A dead cat hanging by its neck, an omen of doom, precipitates a family’s downfall in Yoon Seo-jin’s existential horror film debut.
As fish die, a mother miraculously comes back to life, in Francisca Alegría’s debut, an ecological fable and magical realist ghost tale.
A Primetime Saturday Night Network Television Spectacular curdles into nightmare juice in Amanda Kramer’s uneasily honest television satire.
Fragments of Americana form a foreboding, midnight mosaic in the latest from daring American filmmaker Tyler Taormina.
The six years of Teruo and Yo’s relationship are told in reverse chronology in Daigo Matsui’s beloved COVID-set romance.
Suze and Arthur question their own sexuality after a deadly encounter with a leather-clad gang in Amanda Kramer’s beatnik-era phantasmagoria.
The discovery of a mysterious hurdy-gurdy leads an amateur musician down an audiophile rabbit hole in Jonathan Davies’s shimmering, open-ended debut.
The utopia of a “curated” high-rise community is disturbed in Natalia Sinelnikova’s chilling, speculative debut.
Carlo Francisco Manatad
Son, mother, and friend find ways to survive in the rubble of Typhoon Haiyan. Carlo Francisco Manatad’s award-winning debut, a magical-realist take on the disaster film.