Marianne Ihlen, Leonard Cohen and the child that was left to his own devices in a bohemian, free and easy society in the 1960s.
An arrestingly minimalist and slow-paced look at architecture, nature and the nature of the outsider.
Jasmine Trinca’s tale of narcissism, mother and daughter bonding and a road trip gone bad is not exactly fun but is nevertheless oddly rewarding.
Disowned by the family, the new David Bowie ‘origins’ film is even worse than you might have feared.
A horror film performed live via video conferencing that has more ambition than scares.
Tradition and revenge in the wild west of modern Poland.
An impressively old-school yet very modern crime thriller that keeps you guessing throughout its many twists and turns.
A joyous celebration of avoiding conventionality and embracing your inner kitsch.
Looking back at the fleeting career of the Netherland’s first punk rock band.
A quiet, cynical and darkly humorous look at Ukrainian life and hopeless dreams of escape that feels both alien and entirely relatable.