This superbly cast feature debut recreates the nightmare years of the German Democratic Republic just prior to the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Abstaining from usual media headlines of hatred and conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, Encounter Point instead focuses on their commonality.
Francisco Vargas Quevedo's tender and poignant debut feature is set in a small Mexican village during the uprisings of the 1970s.
Devils on the Doorstep boldly articulates the horrors and travesty of war in a tragicomedy of surreal proportions.
'Malick brings his film very close to a state of grace' Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
Elia Kazan's profoundly affecting historical epic follows the journey of Stavros from Asia Minor to America at the beginning of the Twentieth century.
Aboriginal tribal elder Bob Randall succinctly outlines how colonisation depleted his people by destroying their 'kanyini'. Followed by Barbeque Area.
Yousaf Ali Khan's sensitive debut feature navigates the lives of two unaccompanied child asylum seekers entering the UK.
Bertolucci traces Italy's social and political history, following two boys born on the same day in 1901.
An intimate story of two Afghani cousins who place their fates in the hands of people smugglers and travel the 'Old Silk Road' to London.
Loach's Land & Freedom is a carefully observed portrait of ordinary people in an extraordinary situation that changes them forever.