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Cities of Last Things - by Wi Ding Ho - TORONTO 2018: Malaysian filmmaker Wi Ding Ho competes in the Platform section with an excellent temporal puzzle about three traumatic events experienced by a police officer
Cities of Last Things
by Wi Ding Ho
TORONTO 2018: Malaysian filmmaker Wi Ding Ho competes in the Platform section with an excellent temporal puzzle about three traumatic events experienced by a police officer
The River - by Emir Baigazin - VENICE 2018: Presented in this year’s Orizzonti competition programme, Emir Baigazin’s new movie is easily one of the most visually extravagant titles in the section
The River
by Emir Baigazin
VENICE 2018: Presented in this year’s Orizzonti competition programme, Emir Baigazin’s new movie is easily one of the most visually extravagant titles in the section
Float Like a Butterfly - by Carmel Winters - TORONTO 2018: Irish director Carmel Winters delivers plenty of blows as she tackles toxic masculinity in a picturesque Ireland
Float Like a Butterfly
by Carmel Winters
TORONTO 2018: Irish director Carmel Winters delivers plenty of blows as she tackles toxic masculinity in a picturesque Ireland
Twin Flower - by Laura Luchetti - TORONTO 2018: In her second feature, Italian filmmaker Laura Luchetti combines the tropes of growing up, the refugee crisis and a delicate relationship with remarkable sensitivity
Twin Flower
by Laura Luchetti
TORONTO 2018: In her second feature, Italian filmmaker Laura Luchetti combines the tropes of growing up, the refugee crisis and a delicate relationship with remarkable sensitivity
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
Climax - by Gaspar Noé - CANNES 2018: Gaspar Noé, at the peak of his skills in nightmarish immersion, offers us a film in which a dance troupe is taken hostage by a very bad trip
Climax
by Gaspar Noé
CANNES 2018: Gaspar Noé, at the peak of his skills in nightmarish immersion, offers us a film in which a dance troupe is taken hostage by a very bad trip
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
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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Fortuna - by Germinal Roaux - BERLIN 2018: A lucky strike for Germinal Roaux's second feature film, which won the two main prizes in the Generation section at the Berlinale
Fortuna
by Germinal Roaux
BERLIN 2018: A lucky strike for Germinal Roaux's second feature film, which won the two main prizes in the Generation section at the Berlinale
Just Like My Son - by Costanza Quatriglio - LOCARNO 2018: Screened as a world premiere out of competition at the 71st Locarno Film Festival, Costanza Quatriglio’s latest film weaves together reality and fiction with impressive sensitivity
Just Like My Son
by Costanza Quatriglio
LOCARNO 2018: Screened as a world premiere out of competition at the 71st Locarno Film Festival, Costanza Quatriglio’s latest film weaves together reality and fiction with impressive sensitivity
The Freshmen - by Thomas Lilti - Thomas Lilti directs a fresh and intelligent new comedy about the outrageous medical degree selection process, through the portrait of a friendship
The Freshmen
by Thomas Lilti
Thomas Lilti directs a fresh and intelligent new comedy about the outrageous medical degree selection process, through the portrait of a friendship
Mademoiselle de Joncquières - by Emmanuel Mouret - TORONTO 2018: Emmanuel Mouret directs a brilliant, delectable and remarkably acted film about a woman who seeks sophisticated revenge after being pursued and then rejected
Mademoiselle de Joncquières
by Emmanuel Mouret
TORONTO 2018: Emmanuel Mouret directs a brilliant, delectable and remarkably acted film about a woman who seeks sophisticated revenge after being pursued and then rejected
Maya - by Mia Hansen-Løve - TORONTO 2018: Mia Hansen-Løve travels to India, delving into the heart of love and war and injecting new themes into the refined sweetness that characterises her films
Maya
by Mia Hansen-Løve
TORONTO 2018: Mia Hansen-Løve travels to India, delving into the heart of love and war and injecting new themes into the refined sweetness that characterises her films
Jessica Forever - by Caroline Poggi, Jonathan Vinel - TORONTO 2018: Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel attempt to push boundaries in a first feature film that borders on science fiction and realism
Jessica Forever
by Caroline Poggi, Jonathan Vinel
TORONTO 2018: Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel attempt to push boundaries in a first feature film that borders on science fiction and realism
The Mercy of the Jungle - by Joël Karekezi - TORONTO 2018: Joël Karekezi leads his protagonists into an anti-militarist odyssey, revisiting the troubled contemporary history of the Great Lakes region
The Mercy of the Jungle
by Joël Karekezi
TORONTO 2018: Joël Karekezi leads his protagonists into an anti-militarist odyssey, revisiting the troubled contemporary history of the Great Lakes region
Stupid Young Heart - by Selma Vilhunen - TORONTO 2018: Finnish filmmaker Selma Vilhunen delivers a well-crafted teenage drama that aims to address both the social aspect of teenage pregnancy and the rise of the far right in Europe
Stupid Young Heart
by Selma Vilhunen
TORONTO 2018: Finnish filmmaker Selma Vilhunen delivers a well-crafted teenage drama that aims to address both the social aspect of teenage pregnancy and the rise of the far right in Europe
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