Shot entirely on three mobile phones, Midnight Traveler offers eye-opening insta-glimpses from the journey of the documentarist Hassan Fazili and his family as they flee from the Taliban. What happens to those lost in an endless escape?
A gem of a film, shot with powdery perfection, Joanna Hogg’s multilayered memoir of self discovery, artistic dreams, class privilege and the pains of first love solidifies her place at the forefront of new British cinema.
Some films just have it all: Stanley Donen as the director, Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney as the leads, beautiful colours, perfect photography... and an honest story of a married couple in and out of love.
Family might not be the worst but it definitely is the hardest. Director's Filipino stepmother is living in Sweden, pressured for money by her sons back home who believe she lives in luxury. In reality Yolanda is struggling between two worlds.
A widowed police chief finds out about his deceased wife’s affair in this applauded psychological revenge story by one of Iceland’s most interesting directors, Hlynur Palmason (Winter Brothers, HIFF 2017).