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Exile - by Visar Morina - Heaps of dead rats and a burning stroller: office bullying takes on a severe dimension in Visar Morina's sophomore film
Exile
by Visar Morina
Heaps of dead rats and a burning stroller: office bullying takes on a severe dimension in Visar Morina's sophomore film
Pompei - by John Shank, Anna Falguères - John Shank and Anna Falguères deliver a crepuscular tale of unconditional love, starring Garance Marillier and Aliocha Schneider
Pompei
by John Shank, Anna Falguères
John Shank and Anna Falguères deliver a crepuscular tale of unconditional love, starring Garance Marillier and Aliocha Schneider
Pinocchio - by Matteo Garrone - Matteo Garrone preserves the original spirit of the famous puppet and isn’t influenced by current tendencies in fantasy storytelling. In Italian cinemas from 19 December
Pinocchio
by Matteo Garrone
Matteo Garrone preserves the original spirit of the famous puppet and isn’t influenced by current tendencies in fantasy storytelling. In Italian cinemas from 19 December
Cuties - by Maïmouna Doucouré - Maïmouna Doucouré has won the Best Director award at the Sundance Film Festival for her feature debut, a multi-faceted coming-of-age drama
Cuties
by Maïmouna Doucouré
Maïmouna Doucouré has won the Best Director award at the Sundance Film Festival for her feature debut, a multi-faceted coming-of-age drama
Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness - by Massoud Bakhshi - In his second feature, a largely European majority production, Iranian filmmaker Massoud Bakhshi creates a redoubtable and thrilling TV procedural with a female touch
Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness
by Massoud Bakhshi
In his second feature, a largely European majority production, Iranian filmmaker Massoud Bakhshi creates a redoubtable and thrilling TV procedural with a female touch
Our Lady of the Nile - by Atiq Rahimi - Atiq Rahimi explores the bonds between violence and the sacred through the roots of the Rwandan genocide in 1973, in the world of seemingly innocent privileged young women
Our Lady of the Nile
by Atiq Rahimi
Atiq Rahimi explores the bonds between violence and the sacred through the roots of the Rwandan genocide in 1973, in the world of seemingly innocent privileged young women
The Earth Is Blue as an Orange - by Iryna Tsilyk - The documentary by Ukraine's Iryna Tsilyk, winner of the Best Director award in Sundance's World Cinema Documentary Competition, is an affectionate homage to subjects who are hungry for life
The Earth Is Blue as an Orange
by Iryna Tsilyk
The documentary by Ukraine's Iryna Tsilyk, winner of the Best Director award in Sundance's World Cinema Documentary Competition, is an affectionate homage to subjects who are hungry for life
Jumbo - by Zoé Wittock - Belgium’s Zoé Wittock sticks her neck out with a screwball, metaphorical first feature film, a highly original yet unfulfilling offering in which Noémie Merlant shines bright
Jumbo
by Zoé Wittock
Belgium’s Zoé Wittock sticks her neck out with a screwball, metaphorical first feature film, a highly original yet unfulfilling offering in which Noémie Merlant shines bright

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A Perfectly Normal Family - by Malou Reymann - Denmark’s Malou Reymann debuts with a film that couldn’t have come out at a better time
A Perfectly Normal Family
by Malou Reymann
Denmark’s Malou Reymann debuts with a film that couldn’t have come out at a better time
Citizens of the World - by Gianni Di Gregorio - In this story of three pensioners who want to retire to Santo Domingo, Gianni Di Gregorio broadens his horizons only to turn his back on them, immortalising his sacred space of Rome once again
Citizens of the World
by Gianni Di Gregorio
In this story of three pensioners who want to retire to Santo Domingo, Gianni Di Gregorio broadens his horizons only to turn his back on them, immortalising his sacred space of Rome once again
My Father Marianne - by Mårten Klingberg - Transsexualism is the timely topic of Mårten Klingberg’s Swedish comedy-drama with the emphasis on the comedy
My Father Marianne
by Mårten Klingberg
Transsexualism is the timely topic of Mårten Klingberg’s Swedish comedy-drama with the emphasis on the comedy
The Best Years - by Gabriele Muccino - Gabriele Muccino homes in once again on his beloved middle-class characters, confirming his filmmaking skill and directorial prowess with a story about love and friendship over the course of 40 years
The Best Years
by Gabriele Muccino
Gabriele Muccino homes in once again on his beloved middle-class characters, confirming his filmmaking skill and directorial prowess with a story about love and friendship over the course of 40 years
The Painter and the Thief - by Benjamin Ree - Benjamin Ree has crafted a deceptive heist movie that paints a portrait of an unlikely friendship in Norway
The Painter and the Thief
by Benjamin Ree
Benjamin Ree has crafted a deceptive heist movie that paints a portrait of an unlikely friendship in Norway
There Was a Little Ship - by Marion Hänsel - From her hospital bed, Belgian filmmaker Marion Hänsel creates an intimate portrait of the cities, events and people that have shaped her life
There Was a Little Ship
by Marion Hänsel
From her hospital bed, Belgian filmmaker Marion Hänsel creates an intimate portrait of the cities, events and people that have shaped her life
Once Upon a Time in Venezuela - by Anabel Rodríguez Ríos - Against a backdrop of a politically divided Venezuela, Anabel Rodríguez Ríos shows two local titans making waves in the floating and forgotten village of Congo Mirador
Once Upon a Time in Venezuela
by Anabel Rodríguez Ríos
Against a backdrop of a politically divided Venezuela, Anabel Rodríguez Ríos shows two local titans making waves in the floating and forgotten village of Congo Mirador
The Tie - by Mathias Théry, Etienne Chaillou - Following on from La Sociologue et l’ourson, Étienne Chaillou and Mathias Théry put their names to a subtle documentary on the far-right, via the portrait of a young activist
The Tie
by Mathias Théry, Etienne Chaillou
Following on from La Sociologue et l’ourson, Étienne Chaillou and Mathias Théry put their names to a subtle documentary on the far-right, via the portrait of a young activist
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