In this Finnish sci-fi love story, Ingmar Bergman’s Scenes from a Marriage meets Philip K. Dick’s philosophies on the existence of android souls.
Through an experimental film essay, filmmaker Coline Confort aims to capture the “rupture and repair” of a relationship.
Ary Zara’s intimate, beguiling portrait of a trans sex worker takes trans* storytelling in new directions.
Rita Barbossa presents a woman in need for real connection and underlines the right to embrace the pleasures of life without shame.
Nicolai G.H Johansen’s horror-thriller investigates the roots of fear and anxiety—the one associated with a first love, a first touch, a first time of carelessly crossing a boundary towards the Other.
This devious domestic animated drama from the acclaimed Špela Čadež seems enthusiastically committed to realist cinema.
In Doytcheva’s account of Bulgarian queer life, we are constantly reminded that identification does not have to be tied in to subjective manner of narrating.
Two young Black men are on a hike together. There are sparks of intense eroticism. But Tebogo Malebogo is not one to kiss and tell, nor are his characters.
In Symbiosis, Hungarian animator Nadja Andrasev tells the story of a deceived wife who starts a bizarre investigation of her husband’s infidelities.