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Disco - by Jorunn Myklebust Syversen - Norway’s Jorunn Myklebust Syversen sings, “Ooh, see that girl, watch that scene, digging the Christian dancing queen”
Disco
by Jorunn Myklebust Syversen
Norway’s Jorunn Myklebust Syversen sings, “Ooh, see that girl, watch that scene, digging the Christian dancing queen”
Portrait of a Lady on Fire - by Céline Sciamma - CANNES 2019: Céline Sciamma puts her name to a magnificent period drama on passionate love, art and the destiny of women, featuring the exceptional acting talent of Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
by Céline Sciamma
CANNES 2019: Céline Sciamma puts her name to a magnificent period drama on passionate love, art and the destiny of women, featuring the exceptional acting talent of Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel
Love Child - by Eva Mulvad - Eva Mulvad's remarkable documentary is a heart-breaking chronicle of an Iranian refugee family living in limbo as they await a decision on their request for political asylum in Turkey
Love Child
by Eva Mulvad
Eva Mulvad's remarkable documentary is a heart-breaking chronicle of an Iranian refugee family living in limbo as they await a decision on their request for political asylum in Turkey
Three Summers - by Sandra Kogut - Brazilian Sandra Kogut offers up a dramatic comedy revolving around a domestic cleaner indirectly affected by the famous Operation Car Wash
Three Summers
by Sandra Kogut
Brazilian Sandra Kogut offers up a dramatic comedy revolving around a domestic cleaner indirectly affected by the famous Operation Car Wash
The Audition - by Ina Weisse - Featuring a captivating performance from Nina Hoss, Ina Weisse’s sophomore feature follows a woman trapped in the pursuit of success and abandoning her family
The Audition
by Ina Weisse
Featuring a captivating performance from Nina Hoss, Ina Weisse’s sophomore feature follows a woman trapped in the pursuit of success and abandoning her family
1982 - by Oualid Mouaness - Lebanon’s Oualid Mouaness makes his debut with a stirring tribute to the innocence of a child who witnesses the Israeli invasion of Beirut in June 1982
1982
by Oualid Mouaness
Lebanon’s Oualid Mouaness makes his debut with a stirring tribute to the innocence of a child who witnesses the Israeli invasion of Beirut in June 1982
System Crasher - by Nora Fingscheidt - BERLIN 2019: Nora Fingscheidt’s first feature, presented as one of four German-language films in competition at Berlin, sets the bar high and is powerful in terms of both form and content
System Crasher
by Nora Fingscheidt
BERLIN 2019: Nora Fingscheidt’s first feature, presented as one of four German-language films in competition at Berlin, sets the bar high and is powerful in terms of both form and content
My Extraordinary Summer with Tess - by Steven Wouterlood - BERLIN 2019: Dutch filmmaker Steven Wouterlood's first feature follows a boy and a girl on their paths of self-discovery as they cross the threshold from childhood to adolescence
My Extraordinary Summer with Tess
by Steven Wouterlood
BERLIN 2019: Dutch filmmaker Steven Wouterlood's first feature follows a boy and a girl on their paths of self-discovery as they cross the threshold from childhood to adolescence

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Proxima - by Alice Winocour - France’s Alice Winocour puts her name to an original and very well-executed film on space exploration, painting a portrait of a female astronaut and her daughter
Proxima
by Alice Winocour
France’s Alice Winocour puts her name to an original and very well-executed film on space exploration, painting a portrait of a female astronaut and her daughter
Rocks - by Sarah Gavron - Sarah Gavron's new film revolves around the friendship between female schoolgirls in London's East End – and it rocks
Rocks
by Sarah Gavron
Sarah Gavron's new film revolves around the friendship between female schoolgirls in London's East End – and it rocks
The Cave - by Feras Fayyad - Feras Fayyad offers a feminist documentary on the epic work of a woman-doctor who saves the lives of bombing victims in an underground Syrian hospital
The Cave
by Feras Fayyad
Feras Fayyad offers a feminist documentary on the epic work of a woman-doctor who saves the lives of bombing victims in an underground Syrian hospital
Noura's Dream - by Hinde Boujemaa - Hinde Boujemaa analyses the troubled undercurrents of love and law in Tunisia with a first fiction feature that lets Hind Sabri and Lofti Abdelli shine
Noura's Dream
by Hinde Boujemaa
Hinde Boujemaa analyses the troubled undercurrents of love and law in Tunisia with a first fiction feature that lets Hind Sabri and Lofti Abdelli shine
Martin Eden - by Pietro Marcello - VENICE 2019: In his adaptation of Jack London’s masterpiece, Italian director Pietro Marcello efficiently combines fiction and archive material
Martin Eden
by Pietro Marcello
VENICE 2019: In his adaptation of Jack London’s masterpiece, Italian director Pietro Marcello efficiently combines fiction and archive material
And Then We Danced - by Levan Akin - CANNES 2019: Through the character of a Georgian dancer in love for the first time, and with a fellow pupil, Levan Akin opens up a window onto a traditional world that’s both harsh and beautiful
And Then We Danced
by Levan Akin
CANNES 2019: Through the character of a Georgian dancer in love for the first time, and with a fellow pupil, Levan Akin opens up a window onto a traditional world that’s both harsh and beautiful
The County - by Grímur Hákonarson - Set in a remote Icelandic village inspired by its real-life counterpart Skagafjörður, Grímur Hákonarson's new feature is the powerful story of a brave woman, and much more besides
The County
by Grímur Hákonarson
Set in a remote Icelandic village inspired by its real-life counterpart Skagafjörður, Grímur Hákonarson's new feature is the powerful story of a brave woman, and much more besides
The Moneychanger - by Federico Veiroj - Uruguay’s Federico Veiroj has put his name to a black comedy about Latin America’s historical and financial past, revolving around a greedy currency-exchange expert
The Moneychanger
by Federico Veiroj
Uruguay’s Federico Veiroj has put his name to a black comedy about Latin America’s historical and financial past, revolving around a greedy currency-exchange expert
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