Ancestry, rituals and myths prevail in Alejandro Telemaco Tarraf's ethnological and sensorial docu-drama.
The unassuming romance of two pet cemetery employees evolves into a larger artistic project in Janis Rafa's feature-length docu-fiction debut.
One bag of money ensures a battle royale in a dark crime comedy by Kim Yong-hoon.
Tamil indie filmmaker Arun Karthick offers first-hand observations on the impact of Hindu nationalism.
Carl Olsson's spellbinding documentary blends the banal, the comic and the pragmatic.
Marvin Navas and Carlos Morales El Punisher star, as filmmaker Sebastián Lojo applies neo-noir lenses to a socio-economic docudrama.
The under-reported resistance during the 2016 siege of Sur receives an insider's treatment, while emphasizing female empowerment in the usually male-dominated area of military conflict.
"It´s a rigged game," IFFR director says, on the situation of independent cinema in the era of constant transformations.
Debuting Hungarian director Barnabás Tóth approaches the topic of Holocaust survival from a less bloody angle, without depreciating the severity of WWII events.
One of the most original current Czech filmmakers readies a psychological action thriller with drones, a messiah complex, radicalization and anarchism.
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The emerging Danish filmmaker Eva Marie Rødbro will be unveiling her first feature-length documentary outing from the fringes of American society in late capitalism.
A WWII coming-of-age not for the faint of heart is the Czech Repulic´s bid for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards.
Austrian documentarist Maria Arlamovsky investigates latest advances in A.I. and what it means for humanity in Robolove.
Slovakia´s official entry for the Oscars race is a film Let There Be Light about family disrupted by son´s involvement in a far-right paramilitary troop
Political allegory meets the Ministry of Silly Walks.
A counter-ageism love story in the clothing of a deadpan idiosyncratic comedy.
Filmmaker Ivana Mladenovic scrutinizes her generation in a female-driven psycho-realist dramedy.
Imagine 'Freaks & Geeks' by way of a macabre-less and psychosexual-less euphoric David Lynch and Gus van Sant of 'Paranoid Park.'
The Icelandic writer-director Rúnar Rúnarsson combines gentle and raw in a collective portrait.