A film that gets inside the mind and feelings of a young person deeply at odds with the world. Written and directed by Andrea Arnold.
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A road movie cum Western. Or, rather, it’s a railroad movie and the ‘West’ - where innumerable migrants are headed on railroad wagons - is more accurately the ‘North’, the US.
At a new age festival in Sweden, a group of people who’ve never met before explore tree-hugging, sweat lodges, shamanism, tantric sex.
Israeli filmmaker Yoav Shamir challenges the idea that there is a ‘new anti-Semitism’.
A gritty, uncomfortable offering from Renzo Martens that brought outraged responses from some of the NGO and media people in the audience.
US documentary-maker Liz Canner takes on Big Pharma over the creation and marketing of a disease called ‘female sexual dysfunction’.
This film documents the corporate chicanery and disinformation that has followed since the Exxon tanker dumped millions of gallons of crude oil into Alaska’s pristine Prince William Sound.
This is the story of ‘Joshua’, an underground video journalist. By Anders Ostergaard
Directed by Jamie J Johnson, yes, it is about Eurovision, and many of the songs are appalling, but what comes over is the solidarity between the contestants, and how un-egotistical they are.
More than a sports film: Sugar explores the American Dream, competitiveness and simple human values.
This is a rallying cry that shows the way in which people in many parts of the world are resisting seed privatization through actions big and small.