Landfill on the edge of town and the bureaucratic process of filming it.
A suite of Midwestern parables that question the historical role of belief.
A girl with unusual eating habits encounters a man with possibly wicked intentions.
An unorthodox feature-length docu-drama that explores a forgotten romance.
A moving glimpse into one filmmaker’s personal journey and an examination of what it means to train a camera on the world.
Chen experiences the past, present and future. Is the world his dream, or the other way around?
The hypnotic rhythm of a freighter reveals the movement of machinery devouring its workers.
A labyrinthine and epic docu-fiction adaptation of Paul Bowles’s “A Distant Episode.”
A profoundly moving portrait of Akerman’s mother in the months leading up to her death.
A collection of short films that has screened in premier venues worldwide.
Six short films, including the world premiere of Bill Morrison’s The Dockworker’s Dream.
Kaul’s performance includes short films, along with a reading of her writing.
Six recent, critically acclaimed experimental shorts.
World premiere of new installation by renowned artist and filmmaker.
A powerful and compassionate statement on race, on politics, on class, on policing, on drugs.
An intimate and compelling reflection on nostalgia, butch identity, and Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
A convulsive video collage of fragmented footage — of notes, sketches, reality, and re-enactments — shot on various formats (RED camera, mobile phones, 16mm).
The latest feature film from Guy Maddin is, like every other film from Guy Maddin, difficult to describe.