Richard Ayoade (previously featured on EK for his debut film SUBMARINE) delivers his sophomore feature The Double. A darkly comedic and psychological work about one young man’s discovery of his doppelgänger.
Cambodian feature Ruin presents an enigmatic love on the run set in Cambodia. A journey that subjects the responsibilities of adulthood upon a young couple en route to a better livelihood. Directed by Michael Cody and Amiel Courtin-Wilson (previously featured on EK for their film HAIL).
A new Coppola filmmaker is born with her feature film debut Palo Alto. Gia Coppola focuses on the lives of a handful of teens as they surge through their adolescence by trying to avoid it as much as possible. Adapted from a series of short stories by James Franco of the same title.
Famous Japanese animation director Takahata Isao (GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES, POM POKO), teams up with animation behemoth Studio Ghibli for his latest feature film The Tale of Princess Kaguya // かぐや姫の物語. A visually alluring, simple and intriguing piece of 2D work.
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.
A friendly Glance between two strangers ignites a flash-forwarded montage of numerous possibilities. A thoughtful and creative short by Conkerco. Backed by Academy Films. Check out more after the jump.
Director / writer Eliza Hittman embarks on a bold journey through the mind of an ever-growing sexually-minded teenage girl. It Felt Like Love is a film that never shies away from the consequences of understanding love. Check out more after the jump.
Prolific South Korean filmmaker Hong Sang-Soo (previously mentioned for his work THE DAY HE ARRIVES) is at it again with his latest feature entitled Nobody’s Daughter Hae-Won // 누구의 딸도 아닌 해원. His films may always comprise of the same story elements, but the overall sum of the parts reflect a refreshing approach to his…
The blank and white short DEATH TO THE TINMAN depicts the origin story of one of Oz’ famous protagonists. Adapted from L. Frank Baum’s The Tinwoodman of Oz, directed by Ray Tintori, and produced in support by Court 13 and NoBudge.