The Harvest

Ostensibly a seventy-minute study of the cryptocurrency boom in Georgia, The Harvest also charts the cartography, ecology, and history of technology via the vineyard region of Kakheti—a nexus point where agriculture, modern technological infrastructure, and natural wilderness converge. Specifically focusing on the growth of massive computer banks for mining Bitcoin, the film explores the impact…

Don’t Look at me That Way

Hedi is the new neighbor of Iva, who raises her daughter by herself. The two women start a love relationship and Iva is desperately in love. Suddenly Iva’s father appears, to whom Hedi feels strongly attached. It seems that only one world exists for Hedi: her own.

The Joneses

Inimitable 73-year-old Jheri Jones appears to be full of self-confidence, but her journey to embrace it has not been so easy. Through family pictures, everyday interactions and candid interviews, a portrait emerges of an unflappable transgender mom triumphing over adversity and transphobia. The Joneses come together to deal with unresolved issues, shattered dreams, seething resentments…

Entre Nos

Newly arrived to New York City and deserted by her husband Gabriel, Mariana must find a way, in a strange city where she barely speaks the language, to provide for her family, financially and emotionally.

The Shape of Now

According to estimates around 200,000 people lost their lives in the 50-year Colombian civil war. Another 25,000 were kidnapped, many are still considered missing. The Shape of Now illuminates this strenuous process and thus Colombia’s leaden present from very different perspectives. And just like the people of this country – the survivors, the grieving mothers,…

Falling Star

1870. Spanish Courts elect Amadeo of Savoy as the King of Spain. Amadeo is a reluctant King who prefers beauty over power, passion over duty. His reign will be short.

The Suffering of Ninko

Beyond weird even by Japanese standards, according to Variety. The Suffering of Ninko is a wild fever dream that combines several cinematic and artistic traditions, from animation to ukiyo-e, into a jaw-dropping cinematic outburst that must be seen to be believed. Ninko is a devout and unusually handsome young Buddhist monk in Edo-period Japan—with a…


In a perfect world, Lily would have grown up with a loving father, a caring mother, a sane sister and a brother who wasn’t madly in love with her. Instead, Lily finds herself in the living room, staring at four dead bodies. Gone to confess to her therapist, she’s met with her therapist’s insensitive teenage…

The Well

When Anna arrives at Jane’s house for a date, she finds a quick high and kinky sex. But their sexual chemistry can’t quite overcome the class and race differences between them, and the encounter leaves Anna wanting more.

I Believe in Unicorns

Starring Stranger Things’ Natalia Dyer, Femme Fatales founder Leah Meyerhoff crafts this fairy tale of teenage love gone awry. Davina (Dyer) is swept into a whirlwind of romance and adventure, but the enchantment of her new relationship quickly fades when Sterling’s volatile side begins to emerge.