Scroll through the A-Z list of independent feature films from all over the world.
A portrait of young New York and the misguided hopefuls who can't afford to live there but do anyway. Gabi on the Roof in July is an ensemble comedy about ex-girlfriends, sibling rivalry and whipped cream set in a city that's constantly in flux.
Genevieve, a New York intellectual, moves to the country with her self-involved journalist boyfriend, Sebastian, while he works on his latest project about sustainable farming.
A portrait of a man who sends vaginal contractions into space to communicate with aliens to save the human race. This is not fiction.
On holiday in the english countryside, two young couples uncover an ancient evil. Without each other, they will not survive.
Holy Rollers follows the rise of arguably the largest and most well-funded blackjack team in America-made up entirely of church-going Christians.
How To Start A Revolution is the remarkable untold story of Nobel Peace Prize nominee Gene Sharp, the world's leading expert on non-violent revolution.
Two fathers, a Romanian searching for his daughter who was forced into prostitution, and a Serbian seeking the body of his son killed in a car accident, meet on the river Danube. .
A poetic, transcendent and darkly tragic coming of age drama set by an ancient hill where spirits about and,shot with real verve and lyricism.
Set in contemporary Zagreb, Just Between Us is a beautifully told tale of infidelity charting the convoluted love lives of two middle-aged brothers, their wives and their mistresses.
The world is Rome, the story is now, the brutality is soul destroyingly real and opinions are as divided as the loyalties.
The omnibus feature film composed of 4 haunting stories written by Japanese literary magnates revisits and revives this culture through the hands of today's most talented Japanese directors.
Part 2 of this omnibus feature film composed of 4 haunting stories written by Japanese literary magnates revisits and revives this culture through the hands of today’s most talented Japanese director
Hit the outlaw highway with M.A Littler as he explores modern skepticism in America with the likes of Noam Chomsky, Will Taylor and Joe Bageant.
Saddam Hussein's cameraman escapes Iraq, hunted by the regime, haunted by guilt and memories, writing letters to his lost son confessing what he witnessed.
When their car breaks down on a site-seeing tour of California, two Japanese siblings wind up stranded in a small desert town.
As a tenant in the historic artists colony atop Carnegie Hall, filmmaker Josef 'Birdman' Astor
documents his neighbors in their battle to preserve the community and its rich heritage.
One ambitious director. One international film festival. 72 hours to shoot, cut and deliver a feature film. What could go wrong?
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