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A cursed dress passes from person to person, corrupting their lives in this surreal horror from Peter Strickland (The Duke of Burgundy).
A writer and a publisher struggle to cope with a changing industry in this French comedy from Cannes Best Director winner Olivier Assayas.
A no-holds-barred look at media tycoon-turned-politician Silvio Berlusconi from Oscar-winning director Paolo Sorrentino (The Great Beauty).
America's most famous sex therapist, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, is the subject of this documentary.
Antonio de la Torre (The Fury of a Patient Man) is a crooked politician in this award-winning Spanish thriller from Rodrigo Sorogoyen.
Radha Mitchell (Silent Hill) leads this Australian drama that explores the relationship between a troubled opera singer and her stepson.
Dutch documentarian Marjoleine Boonstra explores language extinction through Antoine Saint-Exupéry's classic novella, The Little Prince.
Premiering at Venice, Viktor Kossakovsky's documentary captures the power of water and gives a stern warning about climate change's effects.
A dysfunctional Argentinian family make some surprising personal discoveries while on a Brazilian summer vacation.
Superstar ballet dancer and choreographer Carlos Acosta shares and explores his life story, culminating at the peak of dance.
Award-winning French-Belgian drama from BAFTA-nominated auteur François Ozon, based on the 2016 sexual assault case of Father Bernard Preynat.
Collection of curated short animated films appropriate for anyone aged four or older.
A collection of Māori and Pasifika short films selected to play at this New Zealand International Film Festival screening.
New Zealand International Film Festival short film showcase from Aotearoa filmmakers, selected by NZ filmmaking legend Jane Campion.
In this Swedish sci-fi, passengers on board a spaceship fleeing a ruined Earth to live on Mars are forced to extreme measures when they get knocked off course.
Set in the Scottish summer of '94, two soon-to-depart mates spend one last night together at an illegal rave in this electronic music-driven crowd-pleaser.
A Kabul teenager's dreams of joining Bollywood get trampled on when the Soviets force him into a state facility.
Documentary on Nelson Mandela and the eight others who stood trial in the face of death in mid-60s South Africa.
Palme d'Or-nominated crime comedy following a policeman, naive to the local dialect, who attempts to free a corrupt businessman from prison.
A gangster finds himself on the run, prepared to sacrifice everything for his family in this Chinese crime noir from the director of Black Coal, Thin Ice.
A look at The Floating Piers, a gigantic yellow bridge, and its creator Christo, an 83-year-old artist known for his large-scale installations.
Documentary capturing housing crises from different parts of the world, proving that it's a global issue.
Agnès Varda and the dozens of other female filmmakers at NZIFF 2019
The Lion King constantly imitates the original—and that’s a big problem
RIP Mad magazine and its detail-obsessed movie fanaticism