ASFF surveys the week’s film releases on demand, including New Zealand comedy ‘Baby Done’ starring Rose Matafeo and Matthew Lewis as an expectant couple and Danish thriller ‘The Exception’.
Director Vadim Perelman return with ‘Persian Lessons’, starring Nahuel Pérez Biscayart as a Jew in Nazi-Occupied France who is sent to a concentration camp but survives execution.
From Chinese documentary film-maker Hao Wu, ’76 Days’ is a harrowing-but-hopeful film set in Wuhan, China, during the city’s lockdown in the first days of the pandemic.
ASFF surveys the week’s releases on demand, including Noël Coward adaptation ‘Blithe Spirit’, and Sam Pollard’s documentary about the FBI’s harassment of Dr. Martin Luther King, ‘MLK/FBI’.
Gabriel Range, co-scripting with Christopher Bell, brings us ‘Stardust’, starring Johnny Flynn as musician David Bowie in an early part of his career when he tours the US for the first time.
Regina King is the actress who won an Oscar for ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’. She now returns behind the camera with ‘One Night In Miami’, an adaptation of Kemp Powers’ play.
Kornél Mundruczó and Kata Wéber, the team behind ‘White God’, make their English-language debut with ‘Pieces of a Woman’, following a couple who suffer the devastating loss of a child.
What’s new to the world of streaming? ASFF highlights the new shows and films on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, including a new French series from the creator of ‘Killing Eve.’
ASFF surveys the week’s film releases on demand, including ‘Robin’s Wish’, a documentary about the final months of comedian Robin Williams, and Stanley Tong’s ‘Vanguard’, starring Jackie Chan.
While 2020 was a challening year for cinema, the art form still produced some wondrous films. Here is a selection of five of the best, including ‘Uncut Gems’ and Robert Eggers’ ‘The Lighthouse’.
ASFF surveys the week’s releases in cinemas and on demand, including the new family film from Robert Rodriguez, ‘We Can Be Heroes’, and David Osit’s documentary ‘Mayor’.
Meditating on the world around us, these multi-faceted films take viewers behind closed doors. Culturally rich, they spark dialogues with a range of timely topics. Discover 5 shorts to watch.
Sibling filmmakers Bill and Turner Ross turn their eye on a Las Vegas dive bar named Roaring 20s for ‘Bloody Noses, Empty Pockets’, a drama-documentary all set over one night.
ASFF surveys the week’s releases in cinemas and on demand, including body swap thriller ‘Freaky’ with Vince Vaughn and South Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo’s latest ‘The Woman Who Ran’.
George Clooney directs and stars in ‘The Midnight Sky’, a drama adapted from the novel by Lily Brooks-Dalton in which the Earth has suffered an environmental catastrophe.
In need of some Christmas spirit? There’s no better way than treating yourself to a festive movie. ASFF rounds up the best Christmas movies to see as we round out the year.
Comedy offers something for everyone, following unwitting characters through their day-to-day lives as they descend into unexpected moments. Discover 5 to see from our online video library.
Thomas Bezucha’s ‘Let Him Go’ stars Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as a married couple whose quiet life in Montana is uprooted when they lose their son.
Patty Jenkins, the director of ‘Monster’ and ‘Wonder Woman’, returns with her first sequel, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, which sees Gal Gadot reprise her role as the DC Comics superhero.
ASFF surveys the week’s releases in cinemas and on demand, including Melissa McCarthy’s latest comedy ‘Superintelligence’ and the Chilean documentary ‘The Mole Agent’.