Son of Sofia (2017)
The Square (2017)
Redoubtable (2017)
A Ciambra (2017)
Ava (2017)
Western (2017)
Ismael's Ghosts (2017)
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Film Focus

Full presentations of films (interviews, videos, trailers, photo gallery, etc.). On this page you will find the more recent focuses. You can search for a specific film by using the Cineuropa "search" function. The films are sorted by title.

 

Redoubtable by Michel Hazanavicius

22/05/2017

Michel Hazanavicius has made an extremely inventive, well-honed and off-the-wall film about a crisis-ridden Jean-Luc Godard, as seen through the eyes of his partner.  

Le Redoutable

Le Redoutable

The Square by Ruben Ostlund

21/05/2017

Sweden’s Ruben Östlund finally enters the Competition at Cannes with an incredibly sardonic film that turns a temple of civilisation into more of a ridiculous zoo.  

The Square

The Square

A Ciambra by Jonas Carpignano

21/05/2017

After Mediterranea, Jonas Carpignano remains in Calabria to tell the story of another marginalised community  

A Ciambra

A Ciambra

Western by Valeska Grisebach

19/05/2017

Valeska Grisebach subtly revisits the codes of the western by transposing them to the modern day in deepest Bulgaria, with a story about German construction workers.  

Western

Western

Ava by Léa Mysius

19/05/2017

Young French director Léa Mysius shows great potential with her atmospheric and original debut feature, which flirts with several genres.  

Ava

Ava

Ismael's Ghosts by Arnaud Desplechin

18/05/2017

Arnaud Desplechin brilliantly toys with interlacing narratives to create a dizzying and fabulous tale worthy of abstract expressionism.  

Les Fantômes d'Ismaël

Les Fantômes d'Ismaël

Butterfly Kisses by Rafael Kapelinski

05/05/2017

A first feature film winner of the Generation 14plus Crystal Bear at the latest Berlinale.  

Butterfly Kisses

Butterfly Kisses

Son of Sofia by Elina Psykou

28/04/2017

Greek filmmaker Elina Psykou follows a new visual path in her second feature film, winner of the international competition of the Tribeca Film Festival.  

O Gios tis Sofias

O Gios tis Sofias

The Divine Order by Petra Volpe

19/04/2017

With her latest film, in competition at Tribeca, Petra Volpe continues to talk to us about women, and does so by turning the spotlight on a somewhat inglorious episode in Swiss history.  

The Divine Order

The Divine Order

Holding Hands by Gianni Amelio

19/04/2017

In his new film, the Calabrian director tackles the bonds of family and the morass of emotions to which they give rise.  

La tenerezza

La tenerezza
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