A girl and a gun may be all you need to make movies, but it takes a lot more to open a cinema in the Kazakh steppes, it seems.
After stumbling across an alarming national secret, a Japanese businessman and his wife embark on a treacherous journey to bring this discovery to light.
Continuing in his signature of repetition and difference, Korean auteur Hong Sang-Soo’s latest focuses on women’s interactions, revealing undercurrents of ambivalence.
A young boy must decide between supporting his family or honoring his father’s traditions in this gentle and uplifting Mongolian drama.
Work and welfare take many forms in this free-wheeling and unapologetically rowdy documentary centred on a used-goods trader.
A young girl struggles to deal with her transgender father’s transition in this contemplative semi-autobiographical debut.
A young woman returns to her hometown where she connects with the old, the new, the city and herself.
In Kelly Reichardt’s atypical Western, two outcasts strike an unlikely entrepreneurial friendship in 19th-century Oregon.