Events leading up to the 1996 Port Arthur massacre in Tasmania in an attempt to understand why and how the atrocity occurred.
Featuring rare archival film & photography, reimagine the former glory of the lost city of Melbourne.
The wild ride of maverick entrepreneur Michael Gudinski who defied convention and revolutionised the Australian music industry.
Benjamin Millepied’s CARMEN is a gritty modern day tale with dream-like dance sequences that evoke magic realism.
A young man who, after being sent reeling by an unexpected loss, looks for comfort in all the wrong places.
Léa Seydoux stars as a busy single mom, juggling caring for her daughter and her ailing father, who finds love in unexpected circumstances.
NOVEMBER explores the perspective of the lead investigators of the French anti-terrorism services in the aftermath of the 2015 attacks.
Follows Rama, a novelist who attends the trial of Laurence Coly at the Saint-Omer Criminal Court.
A former American intelligence specialist was given the longest sentence for the release of information to the media about Russian interference.
Adrien, an attractive dancer whose career was shattered by a motorbike accident, wastes his youth in the laziness of the French Riviera.
Knowing the Score is a biopic of Australian conductor Simone Young, an inspiring, brilliant woman who made it to the top in a man's world.
Boxes that are left out for people to anonymously drop off their unwanted babies.
The story revolves around a brother and sister who are nearing their fifties; and actress and a poet who no longer speak to one another.
After 40 years of absence, Felice returns to his hometown: Naples. He rediscovers the places, the codes of the city and a past that eats away at him.
When 7-year-old Nora witnesses her big brother Abel being bullied by other kids, she rushes to protect him by warning their father.
An examination on the effect of Franco-era religious schooling and sexual abuse on the lives of two longtime friends.
Belgian director Lukas Dhont follows up his award-winning debut Girl (NZIFF 2018) with this deft exploration of the fragile world of childhood bonds.
On the left bank of the Seine, this film charts the interwoven relationships between four twenty-somethings.
In 1993, 16-year-old Brandon Lee enrolled at Bearsden Academy, a secondary school in a well-to-do suburb of Glasgow, Scotland.
A reclusive English teacher suffering from severe obesity attempts to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter.
Gilded privilege comes a cropper when abruptly confronted by less luxurious reality in this brilliantly orchestrated satire.
Courtney Barnett pulls back the curtain in this intimate first-person exposition on creativity, vulnerability and artistic life on the road.