Operation Christmas Drop might take Christmas films to tropical levels, but lacks the necessary cold to make the warmth work.
Force of Habit paints a portrait of strength, resilience, and perseverance through claustrophobic narratives of male power women have to live through daily.
Antarctica is a deeply moving, entertaining film that presents the absurdities of US high school reality with a this-can’t-be-real surreal seriousness.
Materna delves deeper into the psyche of the people that inhabit New York, exploring identity, loneliness and life’s tough moments through four brave women.
Non Western depicts a contemporary American fairy-tale where native and non-native values and cultural identities intermix to a terrifying degree
After Love explores what love and loss can do to us, and the unconventional bonds that can form in times of sorrow and suffering.
A Call to Spy depicts the stories of brave WWII spymistresses, whose heroic actions are too many to be joined in a single film which doesn’t do them justice.
Rose: A Love Story follows a young couple in the grips of a mysterious illness, testing if love is enough to stay together.
Wildfire explores the traumatic remnants of (Northern) Ireland’s past conflict and the familial bonds that drive them.
The Reason I Jump goes above and beyond in its description of non-verbal autism and shows us what it means to communicate and be seen for who you are.