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Fire Will Come - by Oliver Laxe - CANNES 2019 : Oliver Laxe crafts an austere and very powerful film about the forces of nature, following a paria leaving prison and returning to his mother
Fire Will Come
by Oliver Laxe
CANNES 2019 : Oliver Laxe crafts an austere and very powerful film about the forces of nature, following a paria leaving prison and returning to his mother
Dogs Don’t Wear Pants - by J.-P. Valkeapää - CANNES 2019: Finnish helmer J-P Valkeapää proves that all you need is love. And a plastic bag
Dogs Don’t Wear Pants
by J.-P. Valkeapää
CANNES 2019: Finnish helmer J-P Valkeapää proves that all you need is love. And a plastic bag
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
A Hidden Life - by Terrence Malick - CANNES 2019: Terrence Malick’s powerful new opus tells the story of conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter
A Hidden Life
by Terrence Malick
CANNES 2019: Terrence Malick’s powerful new opus tells the story of conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter
Adam - by Maryam Touzani - CANNES 2019: Maternity, friendship and the position of women in Moroccan society all feature in Maryam Touzani’s exquisite debut film
Adam
by Maryam Touzani
CANNES 2019: Maternity, friendship and the position of women in Moroccan society all feature in Maryam Touzani’s exquisite debut film
Young Ahmed - by Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne - CANNES 2019: The Dardenne brothers return to their core film values, painting a modest portrait of a child caught in the vortex of religious radicalisation
Young Ahmed
by Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne
CANNES 2019: The Dardenne brothers return to their core film values, painting a modest portrait of a child caught in the vortex of religious radicalisation
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
On a Magical Night - by Christophe Honoré - CANNES 2019: Christophe Honoré delivers a conceptual tale that’s reflexive, inventive, fast-paced and funny about a couple in crisis after 25 years of marriage
On a Magical Night
by Christophe Honoré
CANNES 2019: Christophe Honoré delivers a conceptual tale that’s reflexive, inventive, fast-paced and funny about a couple in crisis after 25 years of marriage

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The Whistlers - by Corneliu Porumboiu - CANNES 2019: In his playful new film, Corneliu Porumboiu starts with Iggy Pop’s “The Passenger”, and then he rides and he rides – all the way to the Canary Islands
The Whistlers
by Corneliu Porumboiu
CANNES 2019: In his playful new film, Corneliu Porumboiu starts with Iggy Pop’s “The Passenger”, and then he rides and he rides – all the way to the Canary Islands
The Wild Goose Lake - by Diao Yinan - CANNES 2019: Co-produced by France, the new film noir by Chinese director Diao Yinan, who triumphed at the Berlinale 2014 with Black Coal, Thin Ice, is a work of stunning virtuosity
The Wild Goose Lake
by Diao Yinan
CANNES 2019: Co-produced by France, the new film noir by Chinese director Diao Yinan, who triumphed at the Berlinale 2014 with Black Coal, Thin Ice, is a work of stunning virtuosity
Diego Maradona - by Asif Kapadia - CANNES 2019: In this documentary of two halves, Asif Kapadia pits the loveable, vulnerable Diego against the less endearing public figure of Maradona
Diego Maradona
by Asif Kapadia
CANNES 2019: In this documentary of two halves, Asif Kapadia pits the loveable, vulnerable Diego against the less endearing public figure of Maradona
Vivarium - by Lorcan Finnegan - CANNES 2019: Lorcan Finnegan’s new outing is a slice of involuntary suburban family life, chillingly well executed
Vivarium
by Lorcan Finnegan
CANNES 2019: Lorcan Finnegan’s new outing is a slice of involuntary suburban family life, chillingly well executed
A White, White Day - by Hlynur Palmason - CANNES 2019: In Hlynur Pálmason’s second feature, death conquers love – or perhaps love conquers death
A White, White Day
by Hlynur Palmason
CANNES 2019: In Hlynur Pálmason’s second feature, death conquers love – or perhaps love conquers death
I Lost My Body - by Jérémy Clapin - CANNES 2019: Animation sends sparks flying on the Croisette with the feature debut from French director Jérémy Clapin, a moving, inventive, and prodigious gem of storytelling
I Lost My Body
by Jérémy Clapin
CANNES 2019: Animation sends sparks flying on the Croisette with the feature debut from French director Jérémy Clapin, a moving, inventive, and prodigious gem of storytelling
The Unknown Saint - by Alaa Eddine Aljem - CANNES 2019: In methodically exploring the precise mechanisms of the burlesque fable, Moroccan filmmaker Alaa Eddine Aljem draws a social portrait evocative of his country
The Unknown Saint
by Alaa Eddine Aljem
CANNES 2019: In methodically exploring the precise mechanisms of the burlesque fable, Moroccan filmmaker Alaa Eddine Aljem draws a social portrait evocative of his country
Land of Ashes - by Sofía Quirós Úbeda - CANNES 2019: The feature debut from Sofía Quirós Ubeda is a coming of age tale about a young Costa Rican woman who goes deep into the world of magic to overcome her grief
Land of Ashes
by Sofía Quirós Úbeda
CANNES 2019: The feature debut from Sofía Quirós Ubeda is a coming of age tale about a young Costa Rican woman who goes deep into the world of magic to overcome her grief
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