In the Name of the Land is the first feature fiction film for Edouard Bergeon,
The year 1968 was a turbulent time in American history and politics. Martin Luther King
Following a whirlwind romance in Monte Carlo, a naïve unnamed young woman (Lily James) is
The Babysitter: Killer Queen is a hybrid of gory horror, coming-of-age tale and black comedy.
The Devil All the Time is a sprawling and multi-layered Southern Gothic tale of good
An ambitious but unusual take on the superhero/high concept sci-fi genre, Project Power has quickly
Paul Murphy’s NZ feature Lowdown Dirty Criminals is an enjoyable but somewhat derivative crime-comedy. The
“Dead bodies usually mean something bad…” It’s 1945, towards the send of WWII. The German
A disturbing and unsettling drama about madness, toxic masculinity and unhealthy obsession, Deerskin (aka Le
We get to see very few Scandinavian films outside of film festivals in this country.