One of the most unique and innovative documentaries you will ever see, Tarnation is a mesmerising journey into the troubled minds of film maker Jonathan Caouette and his mother who lives with schizophrenia.
Artist, musician, writer and filmmaker Carol Morley returns to Manchester, where in the early 1980s five years of her life were lost in an alcoholic blur. The Alcohol Years is a poetic retrieval of that time - a search for Morley's lost self, where conflicting memories and viewpoints weave in and out, revealing a portrait of the city, its pop culture, and the people who lived it.
A stomping soundtrack and exhilarating direction propel this boisterous and highly entertaining family drama. Director Jean-Marc Vallée went on to direct the Oscar winning Dallas Buyers Club, but for many this is his masterpiece.
Heartbreaking and humorous, the fifth film from Québécois enfant terrible Xavier Dolan takes us on an emotional rollercoaster of briskly edited and passionately performed verbal sparring and stunning musical montages
Leonard Bernstein’s ambitious score, exhilarating dance numbers and inventive staging drive a modernist re-imagining of Romeo and Juliet, the starcrossed lovers coming from rival street gangs in 50s New York.
Narrated as a story to child soldier Komona's unborn child, this hauntingly beautiful drama contrasts brutal violence with some wonderful flights of magical realist fantasy and delightful lyrical interludes.
Following the reading of their mother’s will, twins Jeanne and Simon discover that they have a brother they have never met and that their father is still alive. Their mother’s last wish is that they track down their long lost relatives and deliver sealed letters to them.