This Danish action-comedy tells the story of a soldier who returns home to care for his daughter after his wife is killed in a tragic train accident. He is led to suspect that his wife was murdered, and he goes on a revenge mission to find those who were responsible.
After nearly all human-kind has been eliminated on earth by multiple disasters, this sci-fi film tells the story of an elite astronaut, who confronts decisions that determine the fate of those forced to remain on Earth, as well as the fate of those who fled Earth, wanting to colonise elsewhere.
The wedding of Charles and Diana in 1981 is the point of reference for this comedy/drama from Norway, tracking marriages through the 1980s and 1990s – and then a transition to a wedding in 2020 and how couples have managed, or not.
This American drama-thriller film is the story of a lonely truffle hunter, who returns from the wilderness to the city to try and find his beloved truffle-hunting pig, which has been kidnapped. It explores his search for peace of mind, and criticises a pretentious world.
This comedy-drama tells the story of a son unable to claim his inheritance, unless he complies with a wishlist left by his dead mother. He responds to her list, with comic results, and the list helps him find a new purpose in life, as his mother intended.
Strong Australian drama about a talented teenage swimmer and dysfunctional family conflicts.
Documenting the murder of three Indigenous children in Bowraville in 1990, the poor police investigation, racist attitudes, almost 30 years of on and off investigation and hearings by the New South Wales government.
This biographical drama tells the factual story of a son, who tells his father that he is bullied at school for being gay, and later suicides. The film weaves fantasy and reality together to explore the complexities of a difficult, but ultimately loving relationship between father and son.
What seems a sadistic terror film develops into a serious probing of treatment of children in institutions.
This French subtitled film tells the story of a French engineer, Gustave Eiffel, who designed and built the famous Eiffel Tower for the 1889 Paris World Fair. The film captures Eiffel's determination to create a lasting legacy, as well as the drama which accompanied its construction.
A stylised musical drama, with surreal overtones, about show business parents, their rise and fall, and their daughter, Annette, who has a powerful singing voice.
Parents face a challenge when a little girl tells her mother that the young son of a friend has interfered with her. Disclosure had its theatrical release in March 2021, but will be available to rent or buy on home entertainment from 15 September.