Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time

Dir: Robert B. Weide & Don Argott

Experience the extraordinary life of author Kurt Vonnegut Jr, through the 25-year friendship with the filmmaker who set out to document it. A dazzling, worthy tribute to the much-loved author of Cat's Cradle and Slaughterhouse-Five.

Probably the most energising music film you'll see this year, Keyboard Fantasies finds time-travelling, transgender musical genius Glenn Copeland on tour in his seventies, his visionary blend of folk-electronica finally finding its audience two generations down the line.

Three courageous young revolutionaries in Kinshasa –  the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo – are at the heart of this tense, dynamic film by Congolese director Dieudo Hamadi. Hamadi’s perceptive film reflects the complex layers of their struggle.


Dir: Ceyda Torun

For thousands of years, cats have lived alongside humans in Istanbul becoming an essential part of the community. Captivating and joyous, Kedi explores the lives of seven street cats and their connection to the city and people of Istanbul. 


Dir: Sara Jordenö

Twenty-Five years after Paris is Burning, this film dives back into the fierce world of voguing battles in the Kiki scene of New York City, where competition between Houses demands leadership, painstaking practice, and performances on point.


Dir: Sam Blair & Joseph Martin

Csanád Szegedi, a far-right Hungarian politician, swayed millions with his vehement anti-Semitic rhetoric. Then came a revelation which upended his life: his maternal grandparents were Jewish. 

In 1986 a mass expedition of experienced alpinists ended in tragedy after their attempted climb of K2 left 13 dead in what is now known as K2’s “black summer”. Now, almost 30 years later, the children of these climbers embark...

A story that could have ended the Cold War long before Gorbachev. In the autumn of 1959, with communist paranoia at its peak, the Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrived in Washington for an unprecedented no-holds-barred two week tour of the United States. 


Dir: David Edwards & Gregory Whitmore & Maliha Zulfacar

Kabul Transit explores the soul of a city devastated by nearly three decades of war. The film follows city residents in the course of their daily lives and listens to their stories of the past and their hopes for the future.

Through eyewitness accounts and gripping footage, acclaimed director Eric Kabera takes a deeply moving look at the 1994 Rwandan genocide, its survivors, and the memories created in the victims' honour.