Apple TV+’s newest series, Lessons in Chemistry, starts off on the right foot with a fantastic premiere that leaves the audience wanting more.
As emotional as it is flawed, One Life tells a moving story of a historical moment that changed the lives of many.
Four Daughters delivers its powerful and timely story with a brilliant use of the documentary form at its best.
The Book of Clarence delivers a fascinating story where biblical epic tones are mixed with humour and satire.
In The Lost Boys, Zeno Graton shares a powerful love story in an unlikely place where the desire for romance and freedom come together.
Steve McQueen’s latest documentary, Occupied City, is a stunning film of monumental proportions where the past encounters the present.
Pat Collins’ That They May Face The Rising Sun is a powerful and delicate portrayal of ordinary life in rural Ireland.
Penal Cordillera (Prison in the Andes) is an uncomfortable film that delivers a chilling and menacing portrayal of the remainders of Pinochet’s dictatorship.
Amat Escalante’s Lost in the Night successfully builds its mystery throughout the entire film in a visually compelling thriller.
With Shoshana, Michael Winterbottom delivers a powerful political thriller intertwined with a historical romance.