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A solitary monk slowly paces through bustling streets and tranquil parks. Across town, a curious young man explores an abandoned building.
Over a weekend in Los Angeles, two brothers of Sierra-Leonian descent confront a series of revelations and buried emotions that threaten their bond.
A Burkinabè documentarist returns to her homeland to grapple with the consequences of her influential uncle's passing.
A method actor's ill-fated heist forces an unexpected connection to the accidental victim.
David, a gay man in his fifties who has long struggled with his appearance, becomes enthralled with the idea of changing his eye colour.
Tourists seek extreme combat experiences in war documentary.
Observational documentary creates a snapshot of modern globalisation in one of the poorest countries in the world.
A film director delves into his family’s hidden past, aiming to use it for his latest filmmaking project.
An African woman forced into servitude in 19th-century Brazil, is suddenly transported into present-day Rio de Janeiro.
An in-depth look at the underrated career of an idiosyncratic New York singer-songwriter.
A look into the booming shadow economy catering to pregnant Chinese tourists who travel to America to give birth in order to obtain US citizenship for their babies.
Portrait of the Shaolin Monastery, where Buddhist peace and enlightenment are pursued through the practice of martial arts.
A portrait of an art gallery owner battling cancer.
Farah, an Iranian woman, is forced to migrate to her private planet to be free. She buys other people’s memories in the form of Super 8 films and records and archives her own to create an alternative history of Iran.
Italy 1997. When 17-year-old Clara and Irene meet they are nothing alike but get on marvelously. They run away together to an island in Sicily to live their summer freely, and to hide from a reality they want to forget.
Documentary observing the life of Georgian refugees uprooted by conflict as they navigate life in a deserted Soviet-era sanatorium.
Profile of the New York-based artist who’s been praised as a combination of Warhol and Basquiat.
A Ukrainian filmmaker ventures into his war-torn country hoping to find his dog.
Iris, a wandering woman teaching French to Koreans, navigates her life with few concerns.
James Hamilton's compelling photographic journey through five decades of New York's cultural evolution.
Seeking shelter from the Syrian war, two sisters find refuge in Lebanon, only to realise that their aspirations for their new life are at odds with each other.
Aïcha longs for the return of her oldest sons, Mehdi and Amine, who abandoned the household in search of war. Upon Mehdi's return, a looming darkness surfaces.
Anthology documentary dissects viral media and its offline aftermath.
Some form of melancholy Aylin Tezel on exploring intersecting journeys in Falling Into Place
Turning up the heat Sean Garrity, Jonas Chernick and Sara Canning on The Burning Season
Campillo’s swipe at 'paradise' Red Island director trounces childhood demons and colonisation in the sun
'I really wanted to make a movie for the younger version of myself' Anthony Schatteman on love, authenticity and acceptance in Young Hearts
'President' Dolan returns to Cannes Director 'humbled and honoured' to head Un Certain Regard jury
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