Run With It, is the hilariously funny debut comedy special of Mark Gregory that pays tribute to his uncle, the late Dick Gregory. In this special, Mark takes us on a journey through his life as a dad, divorcee and comedian.
A provocative character driven story that explores the obsessions, betrayals and psychosis of online dating. This movie is a modern day comedy-thriller that exposes our deepest desires, fears and vulnerabilities through online dating.
Seven families live in the Parisian apartment building at 8, Rue de l’Humanite - and they didn’t escape to the countryside at the arrival of the coronavirus. Three months of life under lockdown will reveal the best and worst of these neighbours.
Pilkades (village head election) will still be held in a village when the virus pandemic hits. Sunarta is a village head who will nominate again using other means of campaigning other than using MMT. At the same time, mass back pain also occurred in the village, making Bahar a mosque takmir who felt restless because his mosque was always quiet. The unused mosque car also took part in the Sunarta campaign at the Village Health Center.
Dana, daughter of the only survivor of a massacre in 1993, is going on a weekend trip with her friends. After their car breaks down in the very same town where her mother once fought the Driller Killer, Dana and her friends must come face-to-face with the man who has haunted her mother’s life for the past 30 years.
Ahead of the COP26 climate change summit taking place in Glasgow, Kieran Hodgson presents this irreverent documentary in which he and an all-star cast of comedy actors explain how people may have left it too late to save the planet - and what it will take to fix it.
Filmed in a tiny backyard at the height of the pandemic, Christian Finnegan brings his brand of 'social autopsy' to topics that range from the dumb (pharmaceutical names, baguettes) to the super dumb (QAnon).
Khtobtogone begins as a love story between protagonist Zine and the girl of his dreams, Bulma. But in introspective narration, Zine reflects more broadly on masculinity and coming of age in Marseille’s Maghrebi community.
A story about unrequited love – the shapes it takes, the ways it changes us, and the exhilarating and often heartbreaking ride it takes us on. It is the journey of three characters – Shiv, Bani, and Majaz, on how their lives intertwine and navigate through life, love, and heartbreak.