We Margiela

We Margiela tells the untold and intimate story of the enigmatic and singular fashion house Maison Martin Margiela. For the first time co-founder Jenny Meirens and members of the creative team that formed the heart of the house speak about the creative processes and unique philosophy of Margiela. Their stories, told through detailed and intimate…

Sisters with Transistors

SISTERS WITH TRANSISTORS is the remarkable untold story of electronic music’s female pioneers, composers who embraced machines and their liberating technologies to utterly transform how we produce and listen to music today.

The Future Perfect

Winner of Locarno’s prize for best first feature, The Future Perfect follows eighteen-year-old Xiaobin (Zhang Xiaobin) , a recent émigré in Buenos Aires, where she’s rejoined her family after an unspecified time living apart. She’s got a job in a deli, but her Spanish is so poor she can’t understand the customers, and she’s fired….

The Yellow Night

A teen movie about fearing the unknown, the dark and death, THE YELLOW NIGHT is a spiritual slasher and a jab at Brazil’s aimless middle-class youth. A group of seven teenagers travels to a beach house for the Brazilian equivalent of spring break. However, the party ends when night falls and lovely Karina disappears. The…

I, Adonis

Emerging Dutch filmmaker Angelo Raaijmakers paints an excruciating vision of a seemingly rare phenomena in this visually striking short film about a young man obsessed with having a perfect physique and the frightening lengths he will go to to achieve sculptural perfection.

Bunny

She’s an actress, she’s a sex symbol, she’s a superstar, she’s my mother. Sandie “The Goddess Bunny” Crisp is the last truly glamorous star left in Hollywood – Born in Santa Monica, CA, stricken with polio, the transgender cult diva is a she-devil on six wheels. She’s a ballerina with a perfect pirouette and it…

Cronofobia

The tiniest glimmer of hope slices through Swiss filmmaker Francesco Rizzi’s critique of affluent, alienated Swiss society. Under the discordant buzzing of Zeno Gabaglio’s sinister electronic score, Rizzi creates a world of industrial landscapes and minimalist office buildings, through which our protagonist Michael glides as though coated in Teflon. A vision of contemporary Swiss life…