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.
Suncoast is a deeply moving, thematically meaningful story, written with brilliant care in addressing sensitive topics such as inevitable grief, the hypocrisy of ethical debates, and the real value of human life.
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.
Molly Manning Walker truly puts herself on the map with this one, proving she's one to watch with a thought-provoking and vital piece of cinema.
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.
With both heart-wrenching emotion and unyielding fortitude, In the Land of Brothers artfully captures the essence of human struggle in forced exile, rendering the tale not as a localized tragedy but as a universal vicissitude etched in the annals of human experience.
Sweeping Landscapes, Stunning Cinematography, Non-Linear storytelling and an Oscar Worthy Performance makes The Outrun a must watch.