“Majewski’s imagninative features are all distinguished by a unique sensibility hovering between absurd and metaphysical, profane and beautiful.” Laurence Kardish MOMA, New York
Provocative, irreverent and refined, Takeshi Kitano’s award-winning films have won over audiences not only in Japan but accross the world.
Exploding on to the French cinema scene with a series of provocative shorts, Ozon has risen to the forefront of world cinema as one of its best know “agent provocateurs”.
The brothers Dardenne craft lean, unfancy movies, full of ordinary people, without complicated plots, but the emotional impact of their movies is devastatingly powerful.
One of cinema’s original ‘enfants terribles’, one of the leaders of the French New Wave, and one of the few auteurs still making movies: Jacques Rivette is all of these and more.
Johnnie To has been one of the most successful and prolific directors in the Hong Kong film industry for the last 15 years with an enormous following both locally and internationally.
Often cited alongside the great Russian masters such as Tarkovsky, Aleksandr Sokurov is a giant of modern cinema.
One of the most influential filmmakers in the Iranian new wave, Jafar Panahi has won awards for all of his films including the prestigious Golden Lion in Venice.
Jia Zang-ke is one of the leading modern Asian directors at the forefront of reflecting the thoughts, attitudes, hopes and dreams of today’s youth in modern China.
Taiwanese director Tsai Ming-liang’s remarkable body of work is collected here with the first 4 films of his career.
Multi award-winner at the Cannes, Venice and Berlin Film Festivals, Otar Iosseliani is a Georgian filmmaker whose career highlights are collected here in four major works.
Laurent Cantet burst onto the international scene with The Sanguinaires, holding a microscope to human relationships, a signature that follows in this collection.
The eclectic career of Jean-Pierre Limosin has surprised audiences the world over. Refusing to be labelled into one genre, he is at once a poet, anthropologist and romantic.
Norwegian director, writer and producer, Bent Hamer’s unique blend of dry, wry humour mixed with often touching, human stories has won him many fans and numerous awards.