In 1980s GDR, a group of Stasi agents try to infiltrate the counter-culture of East Berlin.
In wartime Germany, a young boy helps a local artist to hide his 'degenerate' paintings from the local policeman: the boy's father
Film director, writer and German Film Festival special guest, Franziska Stünkel talks to Glam about her latest feature, and all things German cinema
Franz Walter works for intelligence in the GDR, but finds their espionage methods immoral. He is eventually caught trying to defect to the West. Based on a true story.
In 1940 France, 12-year-old Rolf and his father Ludwig are being persecuted by the Nazis. The only way to freedom and their escape to New York is a steep path through the Pyrenees. Nuria, a girl only slightly older than Rolf, offers to guide them along the hazardous path
In Germany in 2029 a couple move into a house run by Artificial Intelligence, but soon find it does more than merely turn the lights on.
This year's German Film Festival features new and classic cinema from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
A mother and her young daughter find themselves homeless and must negotiate their broken relationship while they try to find accommodation
When an eccentric director and two ego-maniac actors are put together on a film project, the results are horrifyingly hilarious
A wealthy teenager and her nanny are more like best friends, until a tragic accident threatens to tear them apart
When photographer Marta is forced to return to the working-class neighbourhood she grew up in, she feels superior to her old friends. But is she?
This documentary feature tells the story of Hispanic migrants to Australia, through their own voices.
When a novelist takes a house in rural Spain in order to write his new book, he discovers terrifying legends within the town, and dark secrets within himself.
Columbian-born filmmaker Diana Paez chats to Glam about her latest project, Nuestras Voces, screening in this year's Spanish Film Festival
This year's Moro Spanish Film Festival serves up a delicious selection of cinematic tapas from around the Spanish-speaking world.
Once again the Alliance Française French Film Festival delivers a brilliantly curated selection of Francophone films, including school screenings and special events
This beautiful documentary shows singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett travelling the world, and sharing her human vulnerabilities.
Whilst directing a production of Uncle Vanya in Hiroshima, Yusuke is given young woman Misaki as his driver. Together they slowly unpack their respective griefs and secrets.
Film-makers Wayne Groom and Dr Carolyn Bilsborow chat about their latest film The World at Her Feet, about renowned performer Marjorie Lawrence.
Based on the remarkable true story of the man who stole a painting for a ransom to be used for free TV licences.