The loss of a family pet reveals a daughter's desperation for her mother's love in this wry feature directorial debut from Jasmine Trinca.
A Chilean housewife (Aline Kuppenheim) learns more about who she is as everyone else feels foriegn under Pinochet in this taut thriller.
Cannes 2022 Review: An Actor Gets a Part He’d Rather Not Play in the Curious Conspiracy Thriller “The Green Perfume”
Character assassination takes on literal meaning in this sly comic thriller about a thespian trying to solve his co-star's murder.
Lea Mysius' inventive drama about a young girl's discovery of who her mother was before she was conceived passes the smell test.
A director asks a lot of his cast for a kitchen sink drama - maybe too much - in this unsettling and self-reflexive look at a film set.
Cannes 2022 Review: Sunlight Gives Way to a Gathering Storm in Erige Sehiri’s Iridescent “Under the Fig Trees”
A day in Tunisia's fig tree fields leads to entanglements of all varieties in this refreshing narrative debut film from Erige Sehiri.
A young woman (Luna Pamiés) goes up against history as much as nature in her small town in Elena López Riera's compelling drama.
Cannes 2021 Review: A Cartel Leaves a Community on Edge in Tatiana Huezo’s Absorbing “Prayers for the Stolen”
The tortured relationship between a mother and daughter shows the damage done without any direct threat of violence in this drama about a community that lives in the shadow of a drug cartel.
A son may have trouble escaping his father's shadow, but this wily crime drama eludes convention at every turn.
On this unsettling and unforgettable short about a family tragedy and how it will be experienced shaped how it was made.
Cannes 2021 Review: The Present Takes On Unexplored Dimensions in Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman’s Wondrous “Neptune Frost”
Music gives a movement shape in this provocative gem where songs become a form of freedom.
Devotion to the lord looks like the work of the devil in this striking Brazilian seriocomic satire.