An assured first feature from Israel charts a forbidden love affair between two teenage girls
Timely documentary about Syrian refugees attempting to settle in the United States
A video camera found deep in the desert reveals the truth behind a series of mysterious deaths.
Two Egyptian women find themselves thrown out onto the busy streets of Cairo.
An actress who has found religion refuses to film an all-important kiss in Ahmed Amer’s feature debut
A run-down mental health hospital in Tehran is the setting for Fereydoun Jeyrani’s brooding and stylish thriller
Winner of the Jury Prize at IDFA, this documentary looks at the reckless courage of an incendiary man in Iraq
A debut from Israel which is surprisingly light on its feet, given the weighty matters it addresses
A complicated, time-travelling narrative from Nabil Ayouch which runs bestween the Atlas mountains and Casablanca
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun takes an authentic look at the immigrant experience in France
Abdellatif Kechiche follows up 2013’s Blue is The Warmest Colour with a South of France-set summer romance
Samuel Maoz delivers a powerful follow up to Lebanon, which won the Golden Lion in 2009
Stunning documentary tracks four characters through the beseiged northeast city of Goma
A family wedding in Palestine puts strain on a father-son relationship in this wry family drama
A tough-themed debut from actor Onur Saylak tackles the issue of refugees through the prism of a father-and-son trafficking operation
The last film from Krzysztof Krauze and his wife Joanna deals with the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide