HAIR: THE STORY OF GRASS
Cultural attitudes towards beauty standards are exhaustively unpacked in this delirious satire, about how hair dictates the social mobility of a put-upon caretaker and her intellectually challenged ward.
A musician struggling to keep a supernatural affliction in check reluctantly indulges the wishes of zealous fan, but what begins as a comedic spook’em’up disturbingly creeps towards severe terror.
HELSINKI MANSPLAINING MASSACRE
Splatter doesn’t come more inspired or timely than this award-winning and riotous horror-comedy that swaps out your garden-variety backwoods cannibals for a pack of violently patronizing men.
HI-FIVE THE CACTUS
A cowboy cactus learns to hug without harming in this whimsical stop-motion wild west musical.
A high stakes game of Go between two national champions becomes dramatized as an exhilarating and skillfully choreographed martial arts brawl.
I WAS A TEENAGE SERIAL KILLER - PRESENTED BY AGFA
Sarah Jacobson's punk-spirited DIY films combine B-movie aesthetics and riot grrrl feminism in brand new 2K preservations.
Stark and strikingly photographed speculative fiction that documents the first accident involving a driverless car with a peculiar poetic air and patient but absorbing rhythms.
KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT
A witness takes a vow of silence to ensure his survival, but can he keep it?
THE LADY FROM 406
Lee Yeong-ae (LADY VENGEANCE) portrays the titular tenant at the heart of this beguiling psychodrama about a woman driven mad by the habits of her upstairs neighbor.
LAL LA LAND
A fading movie star tries to contemporize his image in order to seize the limelight once more in this nostalgic musical comedy that pays tribute to the two former Korean action icons who star in it, and the cult classics they made.
LAURA & VINETA
A potato farmer connects with the injured alien that crash-landed in his field, much to the chagrin of the local authorities.
Huffing gasoline affords a lovesick trucker a delirious high, but consequently inspires both inner homilies and attempted homicides in this raw but arresting surrealist southern gothic.
A couple tries to reignite the spark in their relationship with some adventurous culinary pursuits.
A cautionary tale about the absurdly dire consequences of oversharing on social media from the director of award-winning Fantastic Fest favorite THE LEGEND OF BEAVER DAM.
Famed composer Michael Giacchino catapults a hapless Patton Oswalt (as himself) into an outrageous series of challenges in his infectiously silly tribute to the eccentricities of Japanese game shows.
MY NAME IS MARC, AND YOU CAN COUNT ON IT
Count on an amusing confluence of abject eccentricity and infectious endearment as this documentary introduces you to one of the country's most bizarre series of furniture store TV spots.
A man discovers the hard way that not everyone can handle a truly original idea.
First you hear it, then you see it, and then it is too late. A quiet vignette of extraterrestrial eeriness.