Anna Hint’s intimate, drowsy documentary observes a group of women cleansing their bodies and sharing secrets in a traditional smoke sauna.
Molly Gordon and Nick Lieberman direct this lighthearted mockumentary about a struggling theater camp, but its insider humour might only work for am-dram enthusiasts.
A sullen aquarium worker becomes suspicious of his mother's new husband in Louis Garrel's pleasingly offbeat familial drama.
A quartet of mismatched women take a road trip across China in a journey of self-discovery in Adele Lim's raunchy comedy.
An exploration of parodies and subversions of the infamous doll's image, before Greta Gerwig explodes into the tongue-in-cheek canon of Barbie culture.
Eccentric French director Quentin Dupieux is totally dégagé about the ludicrous lameness of his latest comedy.
Carolina Cavalli’s feature debut about a young woman's arrested development is both too real for its whimsy and too whimsical to be realistic.
Dominik Moll grapples with an unsolved murder case taking place in a small Alpine town in this dark, true crime drama.
The story of Amy Powney and her journey to create truly sustainable and ethical clothes oscillates between the fascinating and the tiresome.
A rag-tag group must outwit a bear on a drug-filled rampage in an American national park in Elizabeth Banks' gory comedy-thriller.
After 40 years away, a man returns to his hometown of Naples and discovers vengeful spirits in Mario Martone's crime drama.
A new marine struggles with the restrictive, homophobic environment of the US military in Elegance Bratton's semi-autobiographical drama.
An intrepid filmmaker travels to the Irish nowherestown of Gort to explore the expansive concept of home among its diverse residents.
A humble school teacher is forced into a stand off against a local drug lord in Diego Lerman's compelling, though overly-contrived drama.
Ondi Timoner films the final days of her father’s life in an informative, detailed and unpolished account of assisted death.
Ed Perkins’ archive documentary offers fresh insight into the life and legacy of the People’s Princess.
Some of the best nuggets of glitz and scandal throughout the history of the most famous international film festival.
The sprawling period drama returns to the big screen for a giddy swirl of lawns and penguin suits.
Great detail abounds in Giuseppe Tornatore’s documentary celebrating the life and work of the late film composer Ennio Morricone.
Forty years on from Wim Wenders’ documentary Room 666, this age-old existential question is set to come back around.