Reading Time: 15 minutes Alone. Isolated. Lonely. Grief. In her feature film, debut writer and director Hong Sun-eun expertly crafts a visual narrative of the emotional and mental state of Aloners, the title of …
Reading Time: 2 minutes In the strange spirituality of The Mad Women’s Ball, a merciless medical system, and the systemic abuses that women have historically suffered come together
Reading Time: 4 minutes TIFF 2021: The Eyes of Tammy Faye shows unearned mercy to its subject but does it with such style that all sins are forgiven.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Flee utilizes a unique approach to its documentary format, telling a heartbreaking yet timely story using the medium of animation.
Reading Time: 3 minutes ‘Mlungu Wam (Good Madam)’ is an unnerving South African horror film that explores the trauma of segregation through effective character development.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Smartly using environmental and political themes, ‘Costa Brava, Lebanon’ is a remarkable exploration of hope in times of unrest.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Where Is Anne Frank mixes beautiful animation with a timely message, as director Ari Folman underlines the importance of her words.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Yuni is a deeply honest and unflinching approach to the coming-of-age genre, thanks to writer/director Kamila Andini and Arawinda Kirana.