Exclusive Trailer Premiere: I LOVE YOU I MISS YOU I HOPE I SEE YOU BEFORE I DIE, A Candid Observation
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.
Karlovy Vary 2019 Review: A CERTAIN KIND OF SILENCE, A Free Will Undone in the Czech Social Psychothriller
The banality of evil and a stranger-than-fiction tale collide in Michal Hogenauer´s feature debut.
The film called "extremely erotic psychothriller" will premiere at Venice´s sidebar Critics´ Week.
A Czech drama by directors Martin Dušek and Ondřej Provazník.
PSYCHOMAGIC, AN ART THAT HEALS Trailer: Alejandro Jodorowsky Unleashes the Healing Power of Theatrical Shamanism
The latest feature by legendary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky is a documentary about his healing therapy.
Exclusive premiere of a poster for Rúnar Rúnarsson's latest feature.
Clothes do not make a man in Tim Mielants' procedural coming-of-grief dramedy.
Greek filmmaker Syllas Tzoumerkas delivers an eclectic, psycho-noir mystery thriller.
THE PAINTED BIRD Trailer: Controversial, Atrocities-Ridden Holocaust Novel Adaptation Heads to Venice
An adaptation of Jerzy Kosinski's controversial novel is set for Venice and Toronto.
Coming-of-age, madness and macabre in new aesthetics.
What would you get if you crossed the talking toaster from 'Red Dwarf,' 'Twilight Zone' and '8 Mile'?
By a Sharp Knife, a drama by up-and-coming Slovakian director Teodor Kuhn, is described by the creators as a generational film. Mainly, it's because real-life events that inspired the film impacted a whole generation, the one where the director and...