Scroll through the A-Z list of independent feature films from all over the world.
An architect in Rome tries to enforce his values onto his son at a hefty price.
A young prostitute tries to keep her job secret from her family.
A young man with Tourette’s Syndrome undergoes surgery to correct his disorder. As his symptoms fade, so does his ability to heal the sick and dying.
A matchmaker suffers the consequences of falling in love with one of his clients.
Special When Lit rediscovers the lure of a lost pop icon - pinball. The phenomenon that once swept the world is now a nostalgic footnote...but for some it defines life itself.
A young man discovers evidence of a murder in a storage facility and vows to bring the killer to justice.
Homage to film noir women-in-prison films, diabolically tongue in cheek take on a prison movie.
Documentary of the Acid house era of the 80s. Screening followed by an acid house party at Centro.
Down-and-out indie rocker Sam Bryant takes charge of his 15-year-old nephew and his friend for an ill-fated hiking trip to the mountains.
A stunningly enigmatic, lyrical love story that recalls Tarkovsky in its imagery.
Stunning documentary about black metal and it’s transformation from fiery, deadly underground to high art.
A Middle-age prison guard on death row volunteers to act as a ‘supporter’ during the execution of a condemned prisoner.
An insider’s look at the world of bands like the Black Lips, Deerhunter and Mastodon that started off playing home parties and homemade venues before rising to international prominence.
A kaleidoscopic film portrait, set in Manhattan, of Shelly Brown, a 23 year-old alienated urban misfit recently released from a psychiatric hospital.
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