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Arima - by Jaione Camborda - Jaione Camborda makes her feature-length debut with a story about women and ghosts in which the real fuses with the imaginary, creating a new dimension that is simultaneously welcoming and disturbing
Arima
by Jaione Camborda
Jaione Camborda makes her feature-length debut with a story about women and ghosts in which the real fuses with the imaginary, creating a new dimension that is simultaneously welcoming and disturbing
Fight Girl - by Johan Timmers - The Netherlands’ Johan Timmers gives us a likeable film - which won the director the EFA Young Audience Award 2019 - about an angry adolescent who channels her frustrations into kick-boxing
Fight Girl
by Johan Timmers
The Netherlands’ Johan Timmers gives us a likeable film - which won the director the EFA Young Audience Award 2019 - about an angry adolescent who channels her frustrations into kick-boxing
Madre - by Rodrigo Sorogoyen - VENICE 2019: Rodrigo Sorogoyen adapts his Oscar-nominated short film into a feature, with tremendous results
Madre
by Rodrigo Sorogoyen
VENICE 2019: Rodrigo Sorogoyen adapts his Oscar-nominated short film into a feature, with tremendous results
An Officer and a Spy - by Roman Polanski - VENICE 2019: Roman Polanski has made a handsome film about the Dreyfus affair, containing another superb performance from Jean Dujardin as a man determined that the truth will out
An Officer and a Spy
by Roman Polanski
VENICE 2019: Roman Polanski has made a handsome film about the Dreyfus affair, containing another superb performance from Jean Dujardin as a man determined that the truth will out
Little Joe - by Jessica Hausner - CANNES 2019: Austria’s Jessica Hausner puts her name to a hugely cerebral psychoanalytical film with a societal focus, flirting with the genre of sci-fi chiller and the world of genetic mutations
Little Joe
by Jessica Hausner
CANNES 2019: Austria’s Jessica Hausner puts her name to a hugely cerebral psychoanalytical film with a societal focus, flirting with the genre of sci-fi chiller and the world of genetic mutations
Heidi - by Cãtãlin Mitulescu - Cătălin Mitulescu strikes gold with his understated story of an ageing policeman
Heidi
by Cãtãlin Mitulescu
Cătălin Mitulescu strikes gold with his understated story of an ageing policeman
Our Mothers - by César Díaz - CANNES 2019: Through the story of Ernesto, his family, and his friends, César Díaz paints the portrait of a collective resilience, that of the victims of the Guatemalan military dictatorship
Our Mothers
by César Díaz
CANNES 2019: Through the story of Ernesto, his family, and his friends, César Díaz paints the portrait of a collective resilience, that of the victims of the Guatemalan military dictatorship
My Zoe - by Julie Delpy - Julie Delpy presents a packed story about child custody, cloning and motherhood that looks at the moral and ethical questions arising due to advances in science
My Zoe
by Julie Delpy
Julie Delpy presents a packed story about child custody, cloning and motherhood that looks at the moral and ethical questions arising due to advances in science

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