Following her compelling documentary The Wolfpack, Crystal Moselle makes her feature debut with this authentic account of an all-girl skateboarding gang in New York.
Kicking against stereotypes, the group prove they can hold their own against any skateboarders, but they soon find loyalty to be the greatest challenge.
The Happy Prince
Following his release from prison, Oscar Wilde spent his last years a shadow of the character that he once was. Not that his waspish humour left him, as star and director Rupert Everett highlights in this intelligent and moving portrait. It’s a superb performance by Everett, conveying both the pain and preening of the noted […]199 SEK
Leave No Trace
Debra Granik – director of Winter’s Bone – returns with another gritty story of those on the fringes of American society. Will (Ben Foster) and his teenage daughter, Tom (Thomasin McKenzie), have lived off the grid for years in the forests of Portland, Oregon. When their idyllic life is shattered, both are put into social […]199 SEK
Wolves Likes Us: Portraits of the Angulo Brothers
In 2010, photographer Dan Martensen was introduced to the Angulo brothers by filmmaker Crystal Moselle, who had just begun work on her hit documentary The Wolfpack. The film chronicles the lives of the six home-schooled boys who gained most of their knowledge of the outside world from the movies they watched at home. Confined to […]349 SEK
Art House - Drama
As devout Jehovah’s Witnesses, sisters Alex and Luisa and their mother, Ivanna, are united in The Truth. Alex looks up to her confident older sister, while striving to follow in Ivanna’s footsteps as a ‘good Witness’. But when Luisa starts to question the advice of the Elders, she makes a life-altering transgression that threatens to […]199 SEK