The portrayal of everyday life of a Viennese family in the 1950s, documented by 13-year-old Johanna: a childhood captured on 8mm film.
With visual echoes of Kubrick, an impeccable sense of storytelling, surreal dialogue and Greek tragedy, Yorgos Lanthimos' latest film is a modern take on the myth of Iphigenia.
A documentary following a 14-year-old planning her brother's Holy Communion celebration.
In Beirut, Syrian construction workers are building a skyscraper while at the same time their own houses at home are being shelled.
Ingmar Bergman's semi-autobiographical story follows two children, Fanny and Alexander, as their comfortable lives change dramatically when their father dies.
A film following the journey of a Chinese immigrant who joins her close-knit family in Buenos Aires with no Spanish language skills.
Fritz Lang’s last film sees detective Gert Frobe assembling an unlikely team to help him solve a number of murder mysteries.
The director of the critically acclaimed White God employs his uniquely talented eye to create this riveting Palme d’Or nominated supernatural thriller.
A startling, hallucinatory portrait of a Harlem street corner.
A visionary psychedelic film from artist Niles Atallah, this film probes Chilean history, memory and colonialism with a stylised blend of kaleidoscopic imagery.