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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
Little Joe - by Jessica Hausner - CANNES 2019: Austria’s Jessica Hausner puts her name to a hugely cerebral psychoanalytical film with a societal focus, flirting with the genre of sci-fi chiller and the world of genetic mutations
Little Joe
by Jessica Hausner
CANNES 2019: Austria’s Jessica Hausner puts her name to a hugely cerebral psychoanalytical film with a societal focus, flirting with the genre of sci-fi chiller and the world of genetic mutations
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
The Orphanage - by Shahrbanoo Sadat - CANNES 2019: Following her acclaimed feature debut, Wolf and Sheep, Shahrbanoo Sadat continues to explore the recent history of Afghanistan through the eyes of children
The Orphanage
by Shahrbanoo Sadat
CANNES 2019: Following her acclaimed feature debut, Wolf and Sheep, Shahrbanoo Sadat continues to explore the recent history of Afghanistan through the eyes of children
Sorry We Missed You - by Ken Loach - CANNES 2019: Two-time Palme d’Or winner Ken Loach tackles the stresses families are put under as a result of the gig economy and the outsourcing of work
Sorry We Missed You
by Ken Loach
CANNES 2019: Two-time Palme d’Or winner Ken Loach tackles the stresses families are put under as a result of the gig economy and the outsourcing of work
Atlantics - by Mati Diop - CANNES 2019: Mati Diop’s first feature film mixes realism and fantasy to weave an intriguing and nebulous moral tale about immigration, love and death
Atlantics
by Mati Diop
CANNES 2019: Mati Diop’s first feature film mixes realism and fantasy to weave an intriguing and nebulous moral tale about immigration, love and death
Song Without a Name - by Melina León - CANNES 2019: Melina León’s film noir tells the story of a mother looking for her kidnapped child in 1980s Peru
Song Without a Name
by Melina León
CANNES 2019: Melina León’s film noir tells the story of a mother looking for her kidnapped child in 1980s Peru
The Swallows of Kabul - by Zabou Breitman, Éléa Gobbé-Mévellec - CANNES 2019: Zabou Breitman and Eléa Gobbe-Mevellec dive into the Taliban’s Kabul and achieve a very beautiful animated adaptation of Yasmina Khadra’s novel
The Swallows of Kabul
by Zabou Breitman, Éléa Gobbé-Mévellec
CANNES 2019: Zabou Breitman and Eléa Gobbe-Mevellec dive into the Taliban’s Kabul and achieve a very beautiful animated adaptation of Yasmina Khadra’s novel

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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
Les Misérables - by Ladj LY - CANNES 2019: With his first fiction feature, Ladj Ly paints an intense and impactful portrait of the relations between police and young people in the Paris suburbs
Les Misérables
by Ladj LY
CANNES 2019: With his first fiction feature, Ladj Ly paints an intense and impactful portrait of the relations between police and young people in the Paris suburbs
Joan of Arc - by Bruno Dumont - CANNES 2019: Sadly, Bruno Dumont’s sequel to his heavy-metal musical Jeannette, the Childhood of Joan of Arc has no burning arrangement
Joan of Arc
by Bruno Dumont
CANNES 2019: Sadly, Bruno Dumont’s sequel to his heavy-metal musical Jeannette, the Childhood of Joan of Arc has no burning arrangement
Bacurau - by Kleber Mendonça Filho, Juliano Dornelles - CANNES 2019: Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles’ new work bobs and weaves with gusto and humour, playing with the traditions of the Western, Brazilian cinema and anti-imperialist resistance
Bacurau
by Kleber Mendonça Filho, Juliano Dornelles
CANNES 2019: Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles’ new work bobs and weaves with gusto and humour, playing with the traditions of the Western, Brazilian cinema and anti-imperialist resistance
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
Deerskin - by Quentin Dupieux - CANNES 2019: Quentin Dupieux delivers a brilliantly refined film, between an absurdist comedy and a realistic drama about madness, with Jean Dujardin and Adèle Haenel excellent in the lead roles
Deerskin
by Quentin Dupieux
CANNES 2019: Quentin Dupieux delivers a brilliantly refined film, between an absurdist comedy and a realistic drama about madness, with Jean Dujardin and Adèle Haenel excellent in the lead roles
Litigante - by Franco Lolli - CANNES 2019: Franco Lolli’s Critics’ Week opener is a sensitive work which follows in the footsteps of a female character who must contend with an accumulation of gruelling circumstances
Litigante
by Franco Lolli
CANNES 2019: Franco Lolli’s Critics’ Week opener is a sensitive work which follows in the footsteps of a female character who must contend with an accumulation of gruelling circumstances
Blow It to Bits - by Lech Kowalski - CANNES 2019: Lech Kowalski’s moving political documentary offers an inside view of the desperate yet dignified social battle fought by the workers of GM&S in France
Blow It to Bits
by Lech Kowalski
CANNES 2019: Lech Kowalski’s moving political documentary offers an inside view of the desperate yet dignified social battle fought by the workers of GM&S in France
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