Manjummel Boys is a technically well-made film that cleverly captures the cinematic sensibilities of the audience.
With well-developed characters, a consistently engaging storyline that forces you to change your perspective at each scene and an extremely powerful ending, Monster is a truly beautiful piece of cinema.
Brief History of a Family boldly explores the ambitions and manipulative actions of a young boy seeking a shortcut to social elevation while delicately navigating the complex dynamics between parents and children.
Through the lens of two Senegalese teenagers, Io Capitano exposes the punishing process of illegal migration, delving into the potential for displaced individuals to redefine themselves and revealing a condition of perpetual displacement that leaves an indelible mark on the viewer.
Bramayugam will be remembered for the exceptional performance of Mammootty, who time and again, has proven he is unstoppable.
Riptide presents a promising vision and resourcefulness in storytelling that encourages audiences to embrace diversity and celebrate the richness of human experience.
I Saw the TV glow is a titanic achievement in indie filmmaking that could be a sign of what’s to come in this new and exciting generation of horror, shepherded by Jane Shoenbrun, who has established themselves as a major talent.
Reinas is a personal, small-scale story told in the shadow of world-altering events, a perfect environment in which characters can be explored and developed.
Girls Will be Girls takes us on a delicate journey of self-discovery for a teenage girl as she aligns herself with the symphony of growth, understanding, and shared experiences.