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Just Kids - by Christophe Blanc - Christophe Blanc explores with great psychological accuracy and formal inventiveness the journey of grieving siblings left to their own devices
Just Kids
by Christophe Blanc
Christophe Blanc explores with great psychological accuracy and formal inventiveness the journey of grieving siblings left to their own devices
Eastern - by Piotr Adamski - Girls with guns are rebels with a cause in Piotr Adamski’s feature debut – and that cause is simply to stay alive
Eastern
by Piotr Adamski
Girls with guns are rebels with a cause in Piotr Adamski’s feature debut – and that cause is simply to stay alive
Journey to Utopia - by Erlend E. Mo - This experiential documentary follows in the footsteps of a family who are aware of a need for change - albeit complicated on an individual level - in support of the ecological struggle
Journey to Utopia
by Erlend E. Mo
This experiential documentary follows in the footsteps of a family who are aware of a need for change - albeit complicated on an individual level - in support of the ecological struggle
The August Virgin - by Jonás Trueba - By way of seemingly light-hearted details and conversations, Jonás Trueba introduces the viewer to the mood, the energy and the mindset of those who remain stranded in Madrid over the summer
The August Virgin
by Jonás Trueba
By way of seemingly light-hearted details and conversations, Jonás Trueba introduces the viewer to the mood, the energy and the mindset of those who remain stranded in Madrid over the summer
Bigfoot Family - by Ben Stassen, Jérémie Degruson - Ben Stassen and Jérémie Degruson offer up a slice of slickly directed family entertainment set against a backdrop of urgent environmental issues, celebrity culture and high-octane chases
Bigfoot Family
by Ben Stassen, Jérémie Degruson
Ben Stassen and Jérémie Degruson offer up a slice of slickly directed family entertainment set against a backdrop of urgent environmental issues, celebrity culture and high-octane chases
The Champion - by Leonardo D'Agostini - Leonardo D'Agostini’s debut film starring Stefano Accorsi and Andrea Carpenzano is a compelling story about friendship set in the world of professional, millionaire footballers in Italy
The Champion
by Leonardo D'Agostini
Leonardo D'Agostini’s debut film starring Stefano Accorsi and Andrea Carpenzano is a compelling story about friendship set in the world of professional, millionaire footballers in Italy
One for All - by David Ilundain - David Ilundain, like other filmmakers before him, enters an imaginary classroom to document little-known conflicts between young people, the dynamics between them and their teachers
One for All
by David Ilundain
David Ilundain, like other filmmakers before him, enters an imaginary classroom to document little-known conflicts between young people, the dynamics between them and their teachers
Giraffe - by Anna Sofie Hartmann - Anna Sofie Hartmann trains her gaze on a community uprooted by the construction of a tunnel in this phlegmatic and matter-of-fact reflection on the transitory nature of life
Giraffe
by Anna Sofie Hartmann
Anna Sofie Hartmann trains her gaze on a community uprooted by the construction of a tunnel in this phlegmatic and matter-of-fact reflection on the transitory nature of life

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White Riot - by Rubika Shah - The activist group Rock Against Racism, a key player in 1970s UK punk rock, gets a timely documentary tribute from director Rubika Shah
White Riot
by Rubika Shah
The activist group Rock Against Racism, a key player in 1970s UK punk rock, gets a timely documentary tribute from director Rubika Shah
Tijuana Bible - by Jean-Charles Hue - France's Jean-Charles Hue tackles degeneration and redemption in the slums of the Mexican border town in his shocking, nigh-on documentary-like fiction film, starring a startling Paul Anderson
Tijuana Bible
by Jean-Charles Hue
France's Jean-Charles Hue tackles degeneration and redemption in the slums of the Mexican border town in his shocking, nigh-on documentary-like fiction film, starring a startling Paul Anderson
A Girl Missing - by Koji Fukada - With his new film Kôji Fukada once again questions the seeming stability of Japanese society
A Girl Missing
by Koji Fukada
With his new film Kôji Fukada once again questions the seeming stability of Japanese society
Welcome To The Jungle - by Hugo Benamozig, David Caviglioli - A hare-brained immersion into French Guyana forms the focus of Hugo Benamozig and David Caviglioli’s first feature, following the tracks of Vincent Dedienne, Jonathan Cohen and Catherine Deneuve
Welcome To The Jungle
by Hugo Benamozig, David Caviglioli
A hare-brained immersion into French Guyana forms the focus of Hugo Benamozig and David Caviglioli’s first feature, following the tracks of Vincent Dedienne, Jonathan Cohen and Catherine Deneuve
Voces - by Ángel Gómez Hernández - The feature debut by Ángel Gómez is a deafening and exhausting horror flick that pilfers too many genre references without managing to find its own guttural hallmark
Voces
by Ángel Gómez Hernández
The feature debut by Ángel Gómez is a deafening and exhausting horror flick that pilfers too many genre references without managing to find its own guttural hallmark
The Island of Lies - by Paula Cons - Paula Cons’ crime drama reconstructs a real-life disaster – the 1921 sinking of the Santa Isabel in Galicia – and the ensuing investigation that blew the lid off a dark web of corruption and abuse
The Island of Lies
by Paula Cons
Paula Cons’ crime drama reconstructs a real-life disaster – the 1921 sinking of the Santa Isabel in Galicia – and the ensuing investigation that blew the lid off a dark web of corruption and abuse
Isn't She Lovely? - by Solange Cicurel - Solange Cicurel returns with a family comedy on the theme of adolescence which should appeal to parents and youngsters alike
Isn't She Lovely?
by Solange Cicurel
Solange Cicurel returns with a family comedy on the theme of adolescence which should appeal to parents and youngsters alike
Summer of 85 - by François Ozon - François Ozon revisits the romantic passions of adolescence with the accuracy and great rawness of emotion that are characteristic of his mature and masterful filmmaking approach
Summer of 85
by François Ozon
François Ozon revisits the romantic passions of adolescence with the accuracy and great rawness of emotion that are characteristic of his mature and masterful filmmaking approach
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