Stylists at a Dublin hair salon become accidental vigilantes and community heroes when they take on the gang members and gentrifiers threatening their community in writer-director Rachel Carey's black comedy.
A young woman is transported back to the 1960s in this endlessly inventive, time-travelling horror fantasy from the brilliant Edgar Wright.
A woman takes it upon herself to care for her twin brother while he fights cancer, putting her marriage at risk, in Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond's German language Swiss drama starring Nina Hoss (Barbara, Phoenix).
Perry Henzell's little known follow-up to The Harder They Come is a road movie through ‘70s Jamaica and introduced actress Grace Jones to audiences.
The Alpinist is an intimate documentary of a visionary climber who follows the path of his own passion, despite the heaviest of possible consequences.
David Lowery's latest gets the big screen experience it deserves - a daring tale from the Arthurian legend.
The Queen v Patrick O’Donnell reveals on screen for the first time the true story behind one of the most compelling murder plots in Irish history, a thrilling tale of violence, courtroom drama, romance and political intrigue.
QFT presents the debut Irish exhibition of TOKYO JAZZ JOINTS, an ongoing photographic project, created by photographer Philip Arneill and broadcaster James Catchpole, which since 2015 has documented a hidden, rapidly vanishing musical subculture.