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Rojo - by Benjamin Naishtat - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Benjamín Naishtat shows a tight command of the crime genre, building up a portrait of a corrupt society in his brilliant third film
Rojo
by Benjamin Naishtat
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Benjamín Naishtat shows a tight command of the crime genre, building up a portrait of a corrupt society in his brilliant third film
The Realm - by Rodrigo Sorogoyen - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Rodrigo Sorogoyen has come up with a forceful and adrenaline-charged thriller that grapples with Spain’s hottest topic: corruption among the political class
The Realm
by Rodrigo Sorogoyen
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Rodrigo Sorogoyen has come up with a forceful and adrenaline-charged thriller that grapples with Spain’s hottest topic: corruption among the political class
A Faithful Man - by Louis Garrel - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: In his second feature-length opus, Louis Garrel pays tribute to Truffaut’s Stolen Kisses and shows a touch of Woody Allen
A Faithful Man
by Louis Garrel
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: In his second feature-length opus, Louis Garrel pays tribute to Truffaut’s Stolen Kisses and shows a touch of Woody Allen
The Innocent - by Simon Jaquemet - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Simon Jaquemet presents his much-anticipated second feature film, a hallucinatory journey that delves deep into the human mind
The Innocent
by Simon Jaquemet
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Simon Jaquemet presents his much-anticipated second feature film, a hallucinatory journey that delves deep into the human mind
Angelo - by Markus Schleinzer - TORONTO 2018: Inspired by the controversial figure of Angelo Soliman, Austrian director Markus Schleinzer delivers a historical drama on the acceptance of the other, which feels extremely contemporary
Angelo
by Markus Schleinzer
TORONTO 2018: Inspired by the controversial figure of Angelo Soliman, Austrian director Markus Schleinzer delivers a historical drama on the acceptance of the other, which feels extremely contemporary
Meteorites - by Romain Laguna - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Romain Laguna directs a promising first feature film, a coming of age story filled with atmospheric charm
Meteorites
by Romain Laguna
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Romain Laguna directs a promising first feature film, a coming of age story filled with atmospheric charm
Midnight Runner - by Hannes Baumgartner - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Switzerland's Hannes Baumgartner sculpts his own character from some fairly rich yet crude material: the true story of the so-called "midnight murderer"
Midnight Runner
by Hannes Baumgartner
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Switzerland's Hannes Baumgartner sculpts his own character from some fairly rich yet crude material: the true story of the so-called "midnight murderer"
Core of the World - by Natalia Meshchaninova - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Bordering on magical realism, Natalia Meshchaninova’s new film is a naturally engaging portrait of an unconventional hero, played masterfully by Stepan Devonin
Core of the World
by Natalia Meshchaninova
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Bordering on magical realism, Natalia Meshchaninova’s new film is a naturally engaging portrait of an unconventional hero, played masterfully by Stepan Devonin

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One Nation, One King - by Pierre Schoeller - VENICE 2018: Pierre Schoeller paints a captivating and uneven fresco portraying the early years of the French Revolution
One Nation, One King
by Pierre Schoeller
VENICE 2018: Pierre Schoeller paints a captivating and uneven fresco portraying the early years of the French Revolution
Girl - by Lukas Dhont - Lukas Dhont delivers a jaw-dropping debut film about the emotional and physical struggle of a young transgender girl on the cusp of a transformation
Girl
by Lukas Dhont
Lukas Dhont delivers a jaw-dropping debut film about the emotional and physical struggle of a young transgender girl on the cusp of a transformation
With the Wind - by Bettina Oberli - LOCARNO 2018: Swiss director Bettina Oberli touches down in the Locarno Film Festival's Piazza Grande with her new film, a light breath of air that turns into a tornado
With the Wind
by Bettina Oberli
LOCARNO 2018: Swiss director Bettina Oberli touches down in the Locarno Film Festival's Piazza Grande with her new film, a light breath of air that turns into a tornado
Donbass - by Sergei Loznitsa - CANNES 2018: Sergei Loznitsa plunges into the heart of the eastern Ukrainian conflict with an impressionist, dark and scathing film – a tragicomedy with absurdist undertones
Donbass
by Sergei Loznitsa
CANNES 2018: Sergei Loznitsa plunges into the heart of the eastern Ukrainian conflict with an impressionist, dark and scathing film – a tragicomedy with absurdist undertones
Angel - by Koen Mortier - TORONTO 2018: Koen Mortier returns with a visually stunning romantic tale of two broken souls whose feelings struggle to overcome their fears
Angel
by Koen Mortier
TORONTO 2018: Koen Mortier returns with a visually stunning romantic tale of two broken souls whose feelings struggle to overcome their fears
To the Four Winds - by Michel Toesca - CANNES 2018: Michel Toesca puts his name to a compassionate and very human documentary, painting a portrait of a man who is the ultimate symbol of solidarity with migrants
To the Four Winds
by Michel Toesca
CANNES 2018: Michel Toesca puts his name to a compassionate and very human documentary, painting a portrait of a man who is the ultimate symbol of solidarity with migrants
The Sisters Brothers - by Jacques Audiard - VENICE 2018: Jacques Audiard continues his exploration of violence and emotion with a very effective twilight western set in America in 1851
The Sisters Brothers
by Jacques Audiard
VENICE 2018: Jacques Audiard continues his exploration of violence and emotion with a very effective twilight western set in America in 1851
We’ll Be Young and Beautiful - by Letizia Lamartire - VENICE 2018: Thirty-year-old Letizia Lamartire, the only female Italian director selected for the festival with a feature film, screened her title at the International Film Critics' Week
We’ll Be Young and Beautiful
by Letizia Lamartire
VENICE 2018: Thirty-year-old Letizia Lamartire, the only female Italian director selected for the festival with a feature film, screened her title at the International Film Critics' Week
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