‘A’ is for ‘Aaaaah!’ in this wild and zany schoolyard romp.
A gripping, darkly funny portrait of a middle-aged Iranian man whose life is rapidly unravelling.
This sardonic film, which won Locarno’s Pardino d’oro Swiss Life for the Best Auteur Short Film, recounts a small person’s larger-than-life rebellion.
Spoiler alert: humanity destroyed itself. How will the last two men standing ensure the survival of the species?
A bachelor party takes a feral turn in this genre-defying debut from an exciting new Australian directing duo.
Two crocodile men go to a public pool to cool off. It turns out one of them is distinctly more human – and the other is unable to contain his desire.
Waiting for Guffman meets Wet Hot American Summer as a ragtag cast and crew of theatre nerds bring extra drama to save their beloved summer camp.
Parasite’s Song Kang-ho stars as a 1970s filmmaker-in-crisis in this chaotic comedy from the director of I Saw the Devil.
Australian New Wave stalwart Bruce Spence (Stork; Mad Max 2) stars as a senile man haunted by events he can’t recall.
In this Cannes Directors’ Fortnight hit, two debt collectors face the absurdity of their jobs while dwarfed by the majestic Moroccan desert.
In this Kafkaesque comedy for the selfie age, a woman must confront just what makes her identity her own after her face abruptly changes overnight.
A dark comedy about a teenager craving recognition, a worker who’ll do anything to win the jackpot and a senior executive at the end of his career.
A twisted tale of broken legs, painkillers and phone sex that explores the dark heart of transactional relationships – and the sick thrill of a scam.
A jovial, dreamy rumination on love, time, what we collect and how we connect.
A wildly imaginative, hilarious and heartbreaking trip into a teenage girl’s mind, depicted as a phantasmagoria of self-loathing and angst.
Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman team up in Todd Haynes’s perfectly camp melodrama that dredges up a sexual scandal.
Scissors out! Someone literally slays at a hairdressing competition in this exuberant one-take murder mystery.
In this Cannes Un Certain Regard comedy, the ineffability of romance is put to the test by an unfaithful married philosopher.
Moving cities is the perfect excuse to throw a party … and unpack some awkward home truths.
A grieving girl connects with her estranged father in this Sundance World Cinema Grand Jury Prize–winning debut infused with warmth and light.
This beguiling tale of a middle-aged man who’s lost his bearings doubles as a charming meditation on the frayed bonds of family.
First-time director Randall Park (Fresh off the Boat; Always Be My Maybe) takes on social mores with this fresh and fun misanthropic comedy.
Sean Price Williams makes his feature directorial debut with this freewheeling picaresque trip through the cliques and communes of today’s USA.
An unhinged dumpling chef and her lover race against time in this unforgettably gross and hilariously over-the-top satire of Sydney foodie culture.
A depressed young man must face his intrusive thoughts in lurid colour.