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A 'Premium Rental' release of this must-see, ingenious sci-fi comedy adventure epic that throws in a million ideas and makes most of them stick.
Joanna Hogg's beautiful and bold meta-drama about a film student making a film in the 1980s about the events that took place in her 2019 arthouse hit.
Kristen Stewart is superb in this striking, highly subjective drama as Princess Diana struggling to maintain composure at the Queen's country estate.
A fascinating, full meal of a documentary that chronicles the life of Julia Child, the pioneering cookbook author and television icon.
Sensational hit rom-com from Norway about a romantically restless thirty-something woman, played by the vivacious Renate Reinsve.
A funny and poignant cross-cultural satire centred around a Syrian refugee who is stuck on a remote Scottish island while he awaits asylum in the UK.
Wonderful cringe comedy about an under-graduate who has to keep up different versions of herself at a hilarious Jewish wake, known as a shiva.
An accomplished, darkly satirical 'two-hander' directed by and starring Daniel Brühl as a pompous movie star who meets his match in a German pub.
Joaquin Phoenix bonds with his nephew on a cross-country trip in this black-and-white, bittersweet paean to a raising and understanding children.
A stimulating, layered drama in which a couple seek inspiration on the island residence synonymous with Swedish filmmaker, Ingmar Bergman. [NZIFF2021]
Quality biopic based on the incredible story of Richard Williams and daughters Venus and Serena's unconventional rise to the top of women's tennis.
Beloved Spanish auteur Pedro Almodovar reunites with Penélope Cruz for this satisfying and elegant fable about the twisted fates of two women.
Visionary Danish director Lars Von Trier displays his precocious talent in this stunning visual essay from 1991, set in post WWII Germany.
A lost cult classic dusted off the 1970s from pioneering female director Elaine May and featuring a brilliant comic performance by Walter Matthau.