- Films and events
From the mind-altering and unclassifiable to fantasy, sci-fi and horror.
A young woman’s stay with her beloved nana turns into a waking nightmare in the latest scarefest from [Rec] director Paco Plaza.
A young woman undergoes a disturbing transformation in Ruth Paxton’s extraordinary psychological horror tale.
Director Rob Savage teams up with Blumhouse Productions for his much-anticipated follow-up to lockdown horror hit Host.
Fabrice du Welz (Adoration, LFF 2019) returns to the Festival with a psychosexual thriller that will leave your nerves shredded.
Three Nigerian filmmakers come together for a thrilling portmanteau film that presents an alternative Lagos through the modern interpretation of folk tales.
Part mythic fantasy, part batshit take on the vicissitudes of grief, Valdimar Jóhannsson’s Cannes-winning feature is set to be one of the year’s most-talked about films.
Produced and co-written by Na Hong-jin, director of The Wailing, this chilling supernatural mockumentary will give you sleepless nights.
Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night director Ana Lily Amirpour is back with her latest slice of cinematic anarchy.
A team of scientists face a test of faith and survival when they discover a mysterious rope in the middle of a forest, in this riveting French mini-series.
In Charlotte Colbert’s strikingly gothic film, an aging actor recovering from a mastectomy taps into a mysterious power at a remote Scottish retreat.
A grieving widower is overcome by malevolent forces in this visually stunning debut from writer-director Russell Owen.