Writer-director Dan Kokotajlo’s absorbing debut feature Apostasy masterfully delves into the complexities and suffering of a family of Jehovah’s Witnesses, delivering one quietly devastating blow after another.
To spend time with one of the most creative and profound minds on the planet is a rare gift, and Ryuichi Sakamoto: CODA proves it is far too great an opportunity to turn down. Offering profound insights into Sakamoto’s life, his creative process and commitment to environmental issues, this documentary is not-to-be-missed.
Carla Simón’s autobiographical debut feature, Summer 1993, is a testament to the power of cinematic empathy. Six-year-old Frida must overcome the tragedy of her parents’ deaths, whilst finding her place in her new home.