We Are Russia

Dir: Alexandra Dalsbaek

In the run up to the 2018 Russian Presidential election, filmmaker Alexandra Dalsbaek follows a group of young activists on the campaign trail for opposition candidate Alexei Navalny.

Filmed several years before the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, Zero Position is an experiential journey through the war already happening in eastern Ukraine, on the cultural borderland between East and West.

He was born illegally—a second child in one-child-policy China. After years of guilt and alienation, director Louis Hothothot tries to find his place in a family that seems to have moved on without him.

Kim Cannon Arm is a true legend of arcade games. Not content to just continue playing in his shed, taciturn Kim is planning to make his mark by setting a new world record, playing his favourite game nonstop for 100 hours - that is four days in a row.

Pina

Dir: Wim Wenders

The boundless imagination and physical marvels of the work of the German modern-dance pioneer Pina Bausch leap off the screen in this exuberant tribute by Wim Wenders.

A spiritual journey into the highlands of Harar, immersed in the rituals of khat, a leaf Sufi Muslims chewed for centuries for religious meditations – and Ethiopia’s most lucrative cash crop today.

The Salt of the Earth

Dir: Wim Wenders & Juliano Ribeiro Salgado

For the last 40 years acclaimed photographer Sebastião Salgado has travelled the world, tracing the footsteps of an ever-changing humanity. His moving work and inspirational life are revealed to us in this new documentary.

Bani Singh’s phenomenal in-depth look into her father's past as a gold medalist hockey player starts off as a lovely look down memory lane that soon develops into an investigative documentary into the lost friendships and fallout of the Partition of India.

Il Buco

Dir: Michelangelo Frammartino

A decade after his critically acclaimed Le Quattro Volte, Michaelangelo Frammartino returns with this equally unclassifiable cinematic delight.

Revealing a rarely discussed but strongly enforced law in South Korea, Shadow Flowers follows a North Korean woman who finds herself trapped in South Korea, unable to return to her family in the North.