Georgia’s Official Submission for International Feature Film at the 94th Academy Awards®

Winner of Best International Feature, Best Screenplay, and Best Actor at the Tribeca Film Festival

“A gentle, naturalistic story of parental devotion and sacrifice… balances rueful humor with genuine sweetness.” – 


Winner of the Critics Prize at the Cannes Film Festival

Official Selection: New York Film Festival

"Lush, lyrical... In contrasting the present with the past, the picture is stunningly evocative." The New York Times



Winner of the Silver Lion (Best Director) at the Venice Film Festival

"Critic's Pick! Linear narrative perfection, with every scene perfectly calibrated." – The New York Times

“Kiyoshi Kurosawa's best movie in years.” – Indiewire


One of the "Best Films of 2021" according to Cahiers du Cinema, The New Yorker, and John Waters!

"Léa Seydoux easily blends the magnetic presence of a genuine star and the deeply felt interiority of a true actor." – Los Angeles Times

"A star vehicle for Léa Seydoux, whose acting is these days hitting a new level of richness." – 



Winner of the Special Jury Prize for Acting at the Sundance Film Festival

“A moving tale of real-world strife.” – 

“A neorealist telling in the tradition of the Dardenne brothers.” – Indiewire 


Official Selection: Telluride Film Festival

Soundtrack by Pulitzer and Grammy Award Winner David Lang

"Critic's Pick! Bill Morrison, the poet laureate of lost films, turns the story of footage found near Iceland into a history of a slice of Soviet cinema." – The New York Times


Winner of the Audience Award, Directing Award, and World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival

"An engrossing, utterly classic tale of overcoming adversity." – 



A portrait of legendary choreographer and New York City Ballet co-founder George Balanchine

"Critic's Pick!" – The New York Times

“An insightful film with brilliant historic dance footage and interviews that make you wish you had been there.” – LA Dance Chronicle




Winner of Best Film, Best Editing, and Best Cinematography at the German Film Awards

Official Selection: Berlin Film Festival

“Exhilarating. An unpredictable visual experience... unfolds like avant-garde jazz.” – Indiewire



A deep look into the 2019 crisis at Hampshire College when students led the longest sit-in in the American college history and a raucous ode to democracy in action.