While no stranger to his work in documentaries and short films, The Rocket marks director Kim Mordaunt’s first narrative feature. A boy and his family living in a small village of Laos must depart on a journey to find their new home.
Short film PLAY HOUSE adds a small air of unsettling detail to the story’s seemingly normal family. A chillingly crafted yarn directed and written by Brandon LaGanke. In association with Ghost+Cow Films.
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!
An estranged father returns home to an unwelcoming son and wife in Ian Harnarine’s heartfully humurous and deeply thoughtful short Doubles With Slight Pepper. A subtly potent drama focusing on the realistic and metaphorical strengths of family blood. Check out more after the jump.
Director Sally El Hosaini focuses her gaze on two British Arab brothers, and entangles them around the bittersweet coming-of-age hardships sculpted in her latest feature length film My Brother The Devil. More info after the jump.
A woman experiences a whirlwind of fragmented memories past, present, and future while visiting family in the drama-documentary feature film Memories Look At Me // 記憶望著我. Directed and starring Fang Song. Check out more after the jump.
Cate Shortland‘s latest film Lore is a post WWII drama focused on a group of siblings still doting on their ideological upbringings, unaware of the truth beyond their country’s borders. An adaptation of Rachel Seiffert‘s The Dark Room novella.