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Sextape - by Antoine Desrosières - CANNES 2018: Antoine Desrosières’ radical comedy focuses on the youth of working-class neighbourhoods and the sexual violence of men against women
Sextape
by Antoine Desrosières
CANNES 2018: Antoine Desrosières’ radical comedy focuses on the youth of working-class neighbourhoods and the sexual violence of men against women
Cassandro the Exotico! - by Marie Losier - Marie Losier directs a remarkable and touching documentary about a larger-than-life gay wrestler – legend of the Mexican Lucha Libre
Cassandro the Exotico!
by Marie Losier
Marie Losier directs a remarkable and touching documentary about a larger-than-life gay wrestler – legend of the Mexican Lucha Libre
The Guilty - by Gustav Möller - Debutant Gustav Möller introduces a crime-thriller that revitalises “Scandi noir” by offering a new approach to building tension and suspense through sound
The Guilty
by Gustav Möller
Debutant Gustav Möller introduces a crime-thriller that revitalises “Scandi noir” by offering a new approach to building tension and suspense through sound
The Tower - by Mats Grorud - The debut film by Norwegian director Mats Grorud tenderly and intelligently recounts the story of a family living at a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon
The Tower
by Mats Grorud
The debut film by Norwegian director Mats Grorud tenderly and intelligently recounts the story of a family living at a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon
The Breadwinner - by Nora Twomey - Irish animation company Cartoon Saloon (Song of the Sea) presents its new feature by Nora Twomey, which focuses on the journey of a little girl in Afghanistan
The Breadwinner
by Nora Twomey
Irish animation company Cartoon Saloon (Song of the Sea) presents its new feature by Nora Twomey, which focuses on the journey of a little girl in Afghanistan
The Escape - by Dominic Savage - Gemma Arterton shines with a dark glow in a feminist film by Dominic Savage that delicately mixes harsh realism with an ephemeral atmosphere
The Escape
by Dominic Savage
Gemma Arterton shines with a dark glow in a feminist film by Dominic Savage that delicately mixes harsh realism with an ephemeral atmosphere
The Guardians - by Xavier Beauvois - TORONTO 2017: French auteur Xavier Beauvois delivers a low-key drama on the impacts of WWI on the women who were left behind, dominated by rising star Iris Bry’s performance
The Guardians
by Xavier Beauvois
TORONTO 2017: French auteur Xavier Beauvois delivers a low-key drama on the impacts of WWI on the women who were left behind, dominated by rising star Iris Bry’s performance
Under the Tree - by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson - VENICE 2017: Icelandic director Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson returns with a dry, dark satire on dismantling social and personal conventions, screening in Orizzonti
Under the Tree
by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson
VENICE 2017: Icelandic director Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson returns with a dry, dark satire on dismantling social and personal conventions, screening in Orizzonti

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Film Reviews

The Story of a Summer Lover - by Paul Negoescu - Romania’s Paul Negoescu is back at the Transilvania IFF with a new, audience-orientated feature, an obvious homage to Woody Allen’s neurotic love stories
The Story of a Summer Lover
by Paul Negoescu
Romania’s Paul Negoescu is back at the Transilvania IFF with a new, audience-orientated feature, an obvious homage to Woody Allen’s neurotic love stories
Boys Who Like Girls - by Inka Achté - Finnish filmmaker Inka Achté's first feature-length documentary forces us to take a step back in considering the roots of misogyny
Boys Who Like Girls
by Inka Achté
Finnish filmmaker Inka Achté's first feature-length documentary forces us to take a step back in considering the roots of misogyny
Bruce Lee and the Outlaw - by Joost Vandebrug - Joost Vandebrug’s feature-length documentary debut follows the lives of homeless children living under the North Station in Bucharest
Bruce Lee and the Outlaw
by Joost Vandebrug
Joost Vandebrug’s feature-length documentary debut follows the lives of homeless children living under the North Station in Bucharest
Female Human Animal - by Josh Appignanesi - Josh Appignanesi’s hybrid documentary is a remarkable and surprising portrait of two women, artist Leonora Carrington and novelist Chloe Aridjis
Female Human Animal
by Josh Appignanesi
Josh Appignanesi’s hybrid documentary is a remarkable and surprising portrait of two women, artist Leonora Carrington and novelist Chloe Aridjis
Panic Attack - by Pawel Maslona - The directorial debut by Poland’s Pawel Maslona is a hilarious black comedy with intertwining plotlines, proving that the more really is the merrier
Panic Attack
by Pawel Maslona
The directorial debut by Poland’s Pawel Maslona is a hilarious black comedy with intertwining plotlines, proving that the more really is the merrier
Funan - by Denis Do - Awarded Best Film at Annecy, Denis Do's directorial debut artfully lifts the veil on a family caught in the turmoil of the Khmer Rouge revolution
Funan
by Denis Do
Awarded Best Film at Annecy, Denis Do's directorial debut artfully lifts the veil on a family caught in the turmoil of the Khmer Rouge revolution
Welcome to Sodom - by Christian Krönes, Florian Weigensamer - Austrian directors Florian Weigensamer and Christian Krönes document life at the world’s largest e-waste dump in Ghana through powerful imagery and the voices of the people who live there
Welcome to Sodom
by Christian Krönes, Florian Weigensamer
Austrian directors Florian Weigensamer and Christian Krönes document life at the world’s largest e-waste dump in Ghana through powerful imagery and the voices of the people who live there
The Poetess - by Stefanie Brockhaus, Andreas Wolff - The documentary by German directors Stefanie Brockhaus and Andreas Wolff portrays modern-day Islamic society through the bravery of the poet Hissa Hilal
The Poetess
by Stefanie Brockhaus, Andreas Wolff
The documentary by German directors Stefanie Brockhaus and Andreas Wolff portrays modern-day Islamic society through the bravery of the poet Hissa Hilal
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