Films by Country



Satyajit Ray

A rarely seen classic of world cinema, Satyajit Ray’s deft and moving adaptation of a novella by Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore is presented in a brand new digital restoration direct from its Cannes screening.

Fire in the Blood

Dylan Mohan Gray

Withering indictment of Bad Pharma chronicles resistance to the conjunction of Western market forces and health care in Africa. “A testament to human decency and a damning indictment of laissez-faire capitalism.” — The Observer

Monsoon Shootout

Amit Kumar

Direct from the Midnight Movie slot at Cannes. “Juggling three versions of the same scenario à la Run Lola Run... a racy mash-up of Tarantino-esque ultra-violence and gritty but hip contemporary Mumbai actioners.” — Variety

One Track Heart The Story of Krishna Das

Jeremy Frindel

Admiring portrait of a rock singer who became a beloved chant master. “Modest and affecting, it’s a portrait of the possibility of finding peace, contentment and self through both music and spirituality.” — Time Out

Valley of Saints

Musa Syeed

The ravishing glory of the Lake Dal region in Kashmir stands revealed in this delicate tale of two young boatmen who dream and scheme to head to Mumbai together. “A lyrical, tender film.” — Hollywood Reporter