This tragic, compelling drama follows a modern day Job as he tries to hold on to his life in a small town in northern Russia.
This wild, savagely funny black comedy is not at all your usual kind of superhero movie.
Wood Job! is a coming-of-age story by Shinobu Yaguchi, the director behind the Japanese box office smash hits Waterboys and Swing Girls.
Produced in secret, entirely under the radar of the US government, Laura Poitras’ film offers unprecedented access to Edward Snowdon in the days leading up to the NSA leaks in June 2013.
The debut feature from British film critic Charlie Lyne, this delightfully idiosyncratic found-footage documentary examines the representation of adolescence in teen films.
National Gallery takes the audience behind the scenes of a London institution, on a journey to the heart of a museum inhabited by masterpieces of Western art from the Middle Ages to the 19th century.
Directed by Keisuke Yoshida, My Little Sweet Pea is a bittersweet story about family and loss which transcends cultures
This heart-warming film tells a story about family, ambition and the consequences of the choices that we make.
Captivating to watch, this film by Ryoichi Kimizuka reflects the current fears over the perils of social media and privacy, but also deftly weaves a story about the brokenness of modern-day families.
Bennett Miller's powerful psychological thriller tells the true story of brothers Mark and Dave Schultz, wrestling champions taken under the wing of multimillionaire John du Pont.