The crowded boat has sunk. Would you rather let go and drown, or wait to see if a shark takes you? Asylum seekers on Christmas Island have been confronted with terrifying choices yet treated like criminals by the Australian immigration system.
Witnesses, prosecution and defence prepare for one of the most significant tribunals in recent history in this tense and chilling observation of General Ratko Mladic’s trial at the Hague for crimes against humanity during the Bosnian War.
Constructed entirely out of films shot in San Francisco, The Green Fog builds a mysterious impression of Hitchcock’s Vertigo. Suspense grows in this dreamy, absurd reality, as a green fog threatens to envelop the icons of cinema and TV history.
Bill Murray is a living urban legend. With endless stories popping up across the globe about mysterious appearances at house parties, photo-bombings and pranks in public toilets, director Tommy Avallone goes on a mission to track down the elusive man behind the myth.
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.