Teknolust is a charming, offbeat sci-fi feature that explores the search for love and connection in a world being changed by AI, cloning, and digital tech.
Grand Jeté casts an impartial lens on its otherwise transgressive story of an estranged mother and son’s reunion and their ensuing sexual relationship.
Friend of the World takes us inside two survivors’ paranoid journey through an apocalypse, but sadly never coalesces into a compelling cinematic vision.
Ennio is a masterful and passionate piece of documentary filmmaking, serving as the ultimate tribute to one of cinema and music’s greatest icons.
Bloody Oranges weaves a series of overlapping stories of transgressions and fatal mistakes with a dry, wry sense of dark humor that ultimately leads nowhere.
France follows the tumultuous personal and professional life of a journalist after an accident threatens her carefully crafted onscreen persona.
Taking us on an intimate journey into the shady backroom deals of private banking, Azor crafts a beguiling mystery that its restrained filmmaking never quite realizes.
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown delivers a relentlessly hilarious and delirious story of romantic entanglements, revenge, and spiked gazpacho.
Red Rocket follows a charismatic, self-obsessed porn star’s unwanted return to his hometown and his ill-fated attempts to put his life back together.
Titane offers a daring vision of human-machine sexuality, fractured psyches, and unconventional relationships, although it never coalesces into a cohesive whole.