Anna Kendrick proves she's more than competent behind the camera in her tension-filled directorial debut.
The team at That Shelf has seen dozens of films so far and we have recommendations to round out your festival.
Mandoob is at once a tragic farce, a melancholic elegy for the many, and an incisive commentary about life in Saudi Arabia.
Who knew a historical epic about potato farming in Denmark in the mid-18th century would be packed with so much blood, determination, and greed?
Leonie Benesch gives a tour-de-force performance in The Teachers' Lounge, a German film about an idealistic teacher in the hotseat.
Aki Kaurismäki’s Fallen Leaves is a wickedly offbeat and deliciously charming love story. With its unsentimental packaging and martini-dry wit, this tragicomedy becomes unexpectedly affecting.
La Chimera sees Alice Rohrwacher at her playful best with this enigmatic tale about a band of grave robbers led by a grimy Josh O'Connor.
Michael Keaton stars in and directs this cold-blooded thriller about a hitman attempting one last job while struggling with dementia.
Hirokazu Kore-eda crafts another bittersweet and morally complex melodrama chronicling love, connection, and resilience.
Director Kitty Green's thriller follows two friends forced to deal with increasingly rowdy and sexist male customers after taking a job bartending in a remote mining town.
The real-life story and players of the Rehabilitation Through the Arts programme at Sing Sing Correctional Facility are at the centre of director Greg Kwedar’s affecting and emotional drama, Sing Sing.
Mr. Dressup: The Magic of Make-Believe is a touching and always entertaining doc that will delight Mr. Dressup fans and newbies alike.
Mahalia Belo’s debut feature is a poetic and layered look at motherhood and resilience in the face of unexpected disaster.
Jonathan Glazer crafts a chilling portrait of normalized evil with The Zone of Interest, a masterful study of a Nazi family's dream home.
While some of the songs fall flat, Dicks: The Musical is still a great time.