Comedic auteur Hitoshi Matsumoto (BIG MAN JAPAN, SYMBOL) delivers his latest dark humored feature film R100. The plot revolves around one man’s admission to an exclusive S&M club, where privacy is exposed and “pleasure” becomes unexpectedly injected into his daily life. More info after the jump.
Alexandros Avranas’ Miss Violence is a silently stunning family drama about a young daughter’s mysterious suicide. A devastating ripple that unhinges a household’s inner most secrets. More info after the jump!
Ben Rivers and Ben Russell collaborate to create the observational wilderness epic that is A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness. A subtly intriguing experimental narrative constantly questioning the products of our cultural output.
A myriad of cinematic talents comprise the making of The Turning. A journey of 18 chapters / shorts narratively stitched together to flesh out the human condition in Western Australia. Adapted from Tim Winton’s novel of the same name.
Writer / director Christopher Bell (previously on EK for the dramatic short BRIDGES) debuts with his feature length film The Winds That Scatter. If the results for this up-and-coming project are anything like his previous work, count me in!
Director Mikkel Nørgaard shifts tones from his previous dark comedic hit KLOVN: THE MOVIE, to the Jussi Adler-Olsen crime thriller adaptation The Keeper of Lost Causes // Kvinden I Buret. More info and media after the jump.
A harrowing escape from Havana to the United States is the backdrop to Lucy Mulloy’s feature length debut Una Noche. Young lives in a perpetual bind of peril, makes this particular day feel like forever. More info after the jump.