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The Mystery of the Pink Flamingo - by Javier Polo - Despite the fact that John Waters and Divine make an appearance, Javier Polo has not made the filthiest film in the world; rather, this outlandish pop flick shimmers with joy and (rose-tinted) colour
The Mystery of the Pink Flamingo
by Javier Polo
Despite the fact that John Waters and Divine make an appearance, Javier Polo has not made the filthiest film in the world; rather, this outlandish pop flick shimmers with joy and (rose-tinted) colour
What Silent Gerda Knows - by Yevgeni Pashkevich - Yevgeny Pashkevich’s new film offers a unique cinematic experience, although the final result is affected by its disorderly writing, simultaneously its strongest and weakest feature
What Silent Gerda Knows
by Yevgeni Pashkevich
Yevgeny Pashkevich’s new film offers a unique cinematic experience, although the final result is affected by its disorderly writing, simultaneously its strongest and weakest feature
After Love - by Aleem Khan - Aleem Khan's excellent debut offers a new perspective on the British Muslim culture clash story
After Love
by Aleem Khan
Aleem Khan's excellent debut offers a new perspective on the British Muslim culture clash story
DNA - by Maïwenn - Maïwenn returns to her roots by transferring the abundant energy which flows through her films into an intimate, accurate and moving work about grief, family and the transmission of Algerian heritage
DNA
by Maïwenn
Maïwenn returns to her roots by transferring the abundant energy which flows through her films into an intimate, accurate and moving work about grief, family and the transmission of Algerian heritage
February - by Kamen Kalev - Bulgaria's Kamen Kalev plunges into timelessness and explores the union between man and the earth through a fascinating and austere environmental film, recipient of the Cannes 2020 label
February
by Kamen Kalev
Bulgaria's Kamen Kalev plunges into timelessness and explores the union between man and the earth through a fascinating and austere environmental film, recipient of the Cannes 2020 label
The Speech - by Laurent Tirard - Laurent Tirard signs his name to an ironic and intelligent arthouse comedy which appeals to the wider public and advances at pace with its protagonist’s stream of consciousness
The Speech
by Laurent Tirard
Laurent Tirard signs his name to an ironic and intelligent arthouse comedy which appeals to the wider public and advances at pace with its protagonist’s stream of consciousness
Sirley - by Elisa Amoruso - Elisa Amoruso makes her fiction debut with a highly personal story, based upon her adolescence which was marked by a special friendship and a pair of maladjusted parents
Sirley
by Elisa Amoruso
Elisa Amoruso makes her fiction debut with a highly personal story, based upon her adolescence which was marked by a special friendship and a pair of maladjusted parents
We Are the Thousand - by Anita Rivaroli - Anita Rivaroli’s documentary about the tribute paid to the Foo Fighters by 1,000 musicians offers a snapshot of a musical event that oozes pure joy
We Are the Thousand
by Anita Rivaroli
Anita Rivaroli’s documentary about the tribute paid to the Foo Fighters by 1,000 musicians offers a snapshot of a musical event that oozes pure joy

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Bye Bye Morons - by Albert Dupontel - Albert Dupontel delivers an exciting and intense burlesque tragedy, a wonderful mainstream film laced with black humour and offering a caustic view on the digitalised woes of contemporary society
Bye Bye Morons
by Albert Dupontel
Albert Dupontel delivers an exciting and intense burlesque tragedy, a wonderful mainstream film laced with black humour and offering a caustic view on the digitalised woes of contemporary society
Tigers - by Ronnie Sandahl - Swedish director Ronnie Sandahl’s new film is an enthralling exploration of the darker side of professional football, telling the true story of Martin Bengtsson’s experience at Inter Milan
Tigers
by Ronnie Sandahl
Swedish director Ronnie Sandahl’s new film is an enthralling exploration of the darker side of professional football, telling the true story of Martin Bengtsson’s experience at Inter Milan
Fortuna - by Nicolangelo Gelormini - Based on a sinister real-life story, Nicolangelo Gelormini constructs his feature debut as a kind of cubist and surreal horror film, seen from a child’s point of view
Fortuna
by Nicolangelo Gelormini
Based on a sinister real-life story, Nicolangelo Gelormini constructs his feature debut as a kind of cubist and surreal horror film, seen from a child’s point of view
Nimby - Not In My Back Yard - by Teemu Nikki - The Birdcage meets Nazi hillbillies in Teemu Nikki’s Finnish satire that spells things out a bit too clearly
Nimby - Not In My Back Yard
by Teemu Nikki
The Birdcage meets Nazi hillbillies in Teemu Nikki’s Finnish satire that spells things out a bit too clearly
Sisters Apart - by Daphne Charizani - Daphne Charizani’s new feature tells of a young soldier’s desperate search for her sister, a Kurdish fighter battling ISIS
Sisters Apart
by Daphne Charizani
Daphne Charizani’s new feature tells of a young soldier’s desperate search for her sister, a Kurdish fighter battling ISIS
Full Moon - by Nermin Hamzagić - A surprise nominee for the EFA Discovery Award, Nermin Hamzagić's first feature is a convincing and scathing look at Bosnian society
Full Moon
by Nermin Hamzagić
A surprise nominee for the EFA Discovery Award, Nermin Hamzagić's first feature is a convincing and scathing look at Bosnian society
Louloute - by Hubert Viel - With a dash of melancholy and a generous helping of charm, Hubert Viel smoothly blends together the colours of time, looking back over the childhood of a little girl hailing from a farming family
Louloute
by Hubert Viel
With a dash of melancholy and a generous helping of charm, Hubert Viel smoothly blends together the colours of time, looking back over the childhood of a little girl hailing from a farming family
The Barcelona Vampiress - by Lluís Danés - Lluís Danés’ historical film, which scooped the Audience Award at Sitges, excels thanks to its creative mise-en-scène and its slamming of classist abuse from last century
The Barcelona Vampiress
by Lluís Danés
Lluís Danés’ historical film, which scooped the Audience Award at Sitges, excels thanks to its creative mise-en-scène and its slamming of classist abuse from last century
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