The true story of Touko Laaksonen, a decorated Finnish WWII officer, who returns from war only to fight homophobia with his own brand of iconic gay artwork.
This newly restored shadowy noir mingles the story of two gangsters, a murder and a jewellery heist gone wrong into a heady, gleefully convoluted whole.
This rich and compelling portrait of a remarkable artist reveals the critical events, passions and challenges that shaped the life of John Coltrane and his revolutionary sounds.
A suburban landscape plays witness to the inevitable, unfolding events that culminate in a multiplex massacre.
This intimate chronicle of an African-American family in Philadelphia spans ten years, as they navigate through neighbourhood hardships and cultivate a creative sanctuary for their community in their home music studio.
An engaging portrait of the effects of economic catastrophe on individuals’ lives in crisis-stricken Venezuela.
One of Israel’s most celebrated non-fiction filmmakers, Avi Mograbi, will reflect on the role of the filmmaker as an activist and documentary filmmaking as a site for political resistance.
The arrival of a mysterious woman upsets the life of a small town family, who become convinced that something not of this world dwells in the nearby woods.
Filmmaker Avi Mograbi and theatre practitioner Chen Alon meet African asylum seekers confined by the state of Israel at the Holot detention center in the Negev desert.