New Directors/New Films introduces audiences to the work of emerging filmmakers from around the world. Presented with The Museum of Modern Art.
In this hauntingly oblique yet vivid moral drama, three characters’ lives are affected in different ways by the death of a trans woman.
An endlessly generative ensemble film about a group of young Black artists and activists who decide to live together and form a radical collective.
This spellbinding documentary follows a former Georgian prime minister’s project to move age-old trees from his country’s coastline to his own garden.
Tarkovsky’s fourth feature and perhaps most personal and evocative work traverses three generations of a poet’s family in 20th-century Russia.
This strikingly filmed story of tradition and identity follows a model who is summoned home to a rural Georgian village for her grandmother’s funeral.
Assayas’s radical, thought-provoking cyber-thriller depicts the international aristocracies of capitalism in the early 2000s.
A delicate, metaphorical look at the fragile political state of Brazil from the perspectives of a father and daughter of indigenous Desana descent.
Human Rights Watch Film Festival presents groundbreaking new films, available nationwide May 19-27. Partnered with Human Rights Watch and IFC Center.