8 875 films.
Two lonely neighbours while away the nights watching each other through a tiny hole in the wall dividing their homes. Their evening routines become performances for each other which bring them closer and closer together. The barrier in between them keeps them safe, but will they ever be satisfied?
Directed by: Rose Glass
Natalia Brożyńska's animation debut, about dramatic love, acceptance and happy endings. A stop-motion allegorical fable about the power of fashion magazines on self-image, and how everybody wants to look different instead of being content with themselves.
Directed by: Natalia Brożyńska
In the fall of 2009, Lindsay Ellis, a 26-year old graduate student, went through the painful process of having an abortion. “The A-Word” follows Ellis as she opens up to her family and organizations from both sides of the debate, in search of healing. This is not a film about the protests and debates wrapped up in religious views and political agenda, but rather a personal journey about one woman’s ...
Directed by: Lindsay Ellis
Christopher Merk moves into a building in which every tenant can observe every other tenant through a system of perpetually running cameras installed in the apartments. The tenants are eager participants in this micro-culture of exhibitionism and voyeurism, but Christopher soon finds he has difficulty recognizing himself in his on-screen image.
Directed by: Brandon Cronenberg
Jayram is an upcoming struggling actor who is slated for greatness or at least his sister Jaywanti thinks so. Her husband Manohar is a lawyer. But he is a fraud. One has to count the fingers of ones hand after shaking hands with him. He has not contested a single case in the court of law. He prefers out of court settlements. Jayram is hit by a car driven by Priti. Priti's brother Mahesh Thakur is the ...
Directed by: Sachin Pilgaonkar
A teacher recalls his broken relationship with the girl he loved due to his parents' request to marry a spoiled daughter of the family they were indebted to, while being centered only about giving love to his child in the process. Eight years later ill-fated lovers meet again.
Directed by: Yousuf Shafeeu
Four holidaying children go missing, then encounter a ghost and hoodlums in a dense forest.
After the cataclysmic war that all but destroyed civilization, Authan O'Reilly, a soldier now charged with building rather than destroying, has gone AWOL, in search of his past. As his long search draws to a close he arrives at a once thriving city, now a deserted ghost land, he pushes onwards in the hope that he may find some clues amongst remnants of the past.
Directed by: Aaron Wakem
Shattered mind, shattered images, shattered culture. Fragmented messages bombard us from all directions, like a barrage of letters from every corner of the globe. Should the artist "hold the mirror ball" up to nature, and mesmerize the populace with fractured distractions? Is our decentralized culture doomed to incoherence? Or can the artist build new meanings through the technique of collage? Based on ...
Directed by: David Finkelstein
Déjà Vu is the story of a LAT (Living Apart Together) couple of our time: being in love, their dreams and reality are always connected in some way but when they have the chance to share the same apartment, things start changing.
Directed by: Carlo Perassi
Once discovering his younger brother was honored with a dish before him, an aging stand-up comedian stages a fake robbery at his parent's Italian restaurant so he can "save the day" and have a rigatoni dish named after him.
Directed by: Nicholas Weidner
Starting at a new high school can feel like the greatest challenge to a teenage girl. Popularity is social currency and not fitting in can feel like the end of the world. This revealing year-in-the-life documentary follows April Poplewski's student experiences through her eyes. Lumber in her shoes as she endures all of the peer-pressures, 'in-crowd' influences and struggles to make the most of her high ...
Directed by: Mike Piccirillo
Mary and Bill is a film focusing on Mary Stroebe and Bill Wambach. Mary is a 90-year-old triathlete and Bill an 83-year-old high jumper who holds the National record in his age bracket. Bill was also named "Male Athlete of the Year" by the National Congress of State Games. Mary appeared on the "Regis and Kelly Show" and as a result was nominated for and received a "Relly" award. The film follows Mary and ...
Anoop Chandran, is a famous writer and award winner. Prone to seeing future events that turn out to be real, one day Anoop sees his own death in a trance. He decides to write one final novel before death comes visiting. Anoop has a wife Meena, who never understands the writer in him. At the same time, Anoop is in love with dancer Gatha, with whom he shares a live-in relationship.
Directed by: Vinod Mankara