Based on a tenth-century Japanese fable, this haunting story tells the tale of a peasant who finds a miniature girl growing inside a bamboo shoot.
A dark, erotically charged drama about a relationship between two women.
Director Frédéric Tcheng followed Raf Simons after his appointment as creative director of Dior in 2012.
A special presentation of three fascinating video essays by The Otolith Group.
Lebanese director Rania Stephan’s found-footage essay film explores the life and work of Souad Hosni.
Canadian auteur Xavier Dolan won the Jury Prize at Cannes 2014 with this powerful new drama.
Based on Thomas Pynchon’s picaresque novel, Inherent Vice is director Paul Thomas Anderson’s funniest work yet.
A special screening of two early Thom Andersen films, followed by a discussion between Andersen and Kodwo Eshun.
Seven female filmmakers make a film together about what it is like to be documentary-maker in Iran today.
The first of Pasolini's consciously "difficult" films was Teorema (1968) which the director had already published as a novel.