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White as Snow - by Anne Fontaine - Anne Fontaine’s modernisation of the Brothers Grimm fairy-tale tracks the emancipation of a woman played by the dazzling Lou de Laâge, who is relentlessly pursued by a fiendish Isabelle Huppert
White as Snow
by Anne Fontaine
Anne Fontaine’s modernisation of the Brothers Grimm fairy-tale tracks the emancipation of a woman played by the dazzling Lou de Laâge, who is relentlessly pursued by a fiendish Isabelle Huppert
Flesh Out - by Michela Occhipinti - BERLIN 2019: Michela Occhipinti's debut fiction feature tackles an unfamiliar culture and world with simplicity and sincerity
Flesh Out
by Michela Occhipinti
BERLIN 2019: Michela Occhipinti's debut fiction feature tackles an unfamiliar culture and world with simplicity and sincerity
Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles - by Salvador Simó - Salvador Simó adapts Fermín Solís’ comic book of the same name into a film, adding colour as well as images from Land Without Bread, the documentary directed by Luis Buñuel in 1933
Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles
by Salvador Simó
Salvador Simó adapts Fermín Solís’ comic book of the same name into a film, adding colour as well as images from Land Without Bread, the documentary directed by Luis Buñuel in 1933
Until We Fall - by Samanou Acheche Sahlstrøm - Samanou Acheche Sahlstrøm's second feature is a nuanced, delicate and difficult film that deals with one of the most painful subjects: the loss of a child
Until We Fall
by Samanou Acheche Sahlstrøm
Samanou Acheche Sahlstrøm's second feature is a nuanced, delicate and difficult film that deals with one of the most painful subjects: the loss of a child
The Mercy of the Jungle - by Joël Karekezi - TORONTO 2018: Joël Karekezi leads his protagonists into an anti-militarist odyssey, revisiting the troubled contemporary history of the Great Lakes region
The Mercy of the Jungle
by Joël Karekezi
TORONTO 2018: Joël Karekezi leads his protagonists into an anti-militarist odyssey, revisiting the troubled contemporary history of the Great Lakes region
Farewell to the Night - by André Téchiné - BERLIN 2019: André Téchiné directs a film about a grandmother played by Catherine Deneuve, who finds herself in a very stressful situation when her grandson announces he’s going to Syria
Farewell to the Night
by André Téchiné
BERLIN 2019: André Téchiné directs a film about a grandmother played by Catherine Deneuve, who finds herself in a very stressful situation when her grandson announces he’s going to Syria
Superchamp Returns - by Félix Koch - Luxembourg sets its first box-office record courtesy of Félix Koch’s new title: a superhero film that’s 100% homegrown
Superchamp Returns
by Félix Koch
Luxembourg sets its first box-office record courtesy of Félix Koch’s new title: a superhero film that’s 100% homegrown
Greta - by Neil Jordan - TORONTO 2018: Neil Jordan’s latest psychological thriller, starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Maika Monroe and Isabelle Huppert, delves into the world of a young waitress hunted by a mysterious woman
Greta
by Neil Jordan
TORONTO 2018: Neil Jordan’s latest psychological thriller, starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Maika Monroe and Isabelle Huppert, delves into the world of a young waitress hunted by a mysterious woman

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One Day - by Zsófia Szilágyi - CANNES 2018: Zsófia Szilágyi’s first full-length film heaves with tension and a keen sense of realism, following the daily grind of a woman and mother on the verge of breaking down
One Day
by Zsófia Szilágyi
CANNES 2018: Zsófia Szilágyi’s first full-length film heaves with tension and a keen sense of realism, following the daily grind of a woman and mother on the verge of breaking down
Red Joan - by Trevor Nunn - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Not even Dame Judi Dench can salvage Trevor Nunn’s lacklustre adaptation of Jennie Rooney’s spy novel
Red Joan
by Trevor Nunn
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Not even Dame Judi Dench can salvage Trevor Nunn’s lacklustre adaptation of Jennie Rooney’s spy novel
The Realm - by Rodrigo Sorogoyen - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Rodrigo Sorogoyen has come up with a forceful and adrenaline-charged thriller that grapples with Spain’s hottest topic: corruption among the political class
The Realm
by Rodrigo Sorogoyen
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Rodrigo Sorogoyen has come up with a forceful and adrenaline-charged thriller that grapples with Spain’s hottest topic: corruption among the political class
Young and Alive - by Matthieu Bareyre - LOCARNO 2018: Matthieu Bareyre captures a mosaic of words, anger and dreams among the attacks and demonstrations in Paris, bursting with the same energy that lights up the night sky
Young and Alive
by Matthieu Bareyre
LOCARNO 2018: Matthieu Bareyre captures a mosaic of words, anger and dreams among the attacks and demonstrations in Paris, bursting with the same energy that lights up the night sky
Don't Go - by David Gleeson - David Gleeson's third directorial effort is rich in visually stunning atmospheres but could benefit from a more finely tuned script
Don't Go
by David Gleeson
David Gleeson's third directorial effort is rich in visually stunning atmospheres but could benefit from a more finely tuned script
Wild Rose - by Tom Harper - TORONTO 2018: In Tom Harper's film, Jessie Buckley delivers an exhilarating performance as an ex-convict who dreams of country-music stardom
Wild Rose
by Tom Harper
TORONTO 2018: In Tom Harper's film, Jessie Buckley delivers an exhilarating performance as an ex-convict who dreams of country-music stardom
Pain & Glory - by Pedro Almodóvar - This 21st film by Pedro Almodóvar exudes the intense emotions that have shaped his life, and features Antonio Banderas as the mirror-image of the director behind Talk To Her and All About My Mother
Pain & Glory
by Pedro Almodóvar
This 21st film by Pedro Almodóvar exudes the intense emotions that have shaped his life, and features Antonio Banderas as the mirror-image of the director behind Talk To Her and All About My Mother
That Which Does Not Kill - by Alexe Poukine - Alexe Poukine's formally rigorous documentary tackles the issue of rape in a subtly inventive manner and delves deeper into the topic than almost any recent film
That Which Does Not Kill
by Alexe Poukine
Alexe Poukine's formally rigorous documentary tackles the issue of rape in a subtly inventive manner and delves deeper into the topic than almost any recent film
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