The curious rediscovery of films once thought to be lost – or possibly to have never even existed.
Examining the newly-released Finnish drama and where it fits in the sorry history of sub-dom cinema.
A crime investigation meets an incredibly strange creature in an oddly brilliant Argentinian curio.
An impressively old-school yet very modern crime thriller that keeps you guessing throughout its many twists and turns.
The great lost film of modern British cinema emerges into the light.
John Cassavetes and Gena Rowland create a study of fear, guilt and personal horror.
Possession – Andrzej Zuwalski’s hysterical, intense and utterly bleak story of a love triangle unlike any other.
The collision of commercial and independent cinema in the cult 1970s vampire movie Ganja and Hess.
Two mysterious, magnificent, surreal and entrancing films by the Polish director.
Ulrich Seidl’s controversial exploration of middle-aged lust and mutual exploitation re-examined.
Another selection of alternative viewing to help make self-isolation more bearable.
Explicit sex and romantic intensity in Aryan Kaganof’s experimental drama.