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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
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
Emma Peeters - by Nicole Palo - VENICE 2018: Writer-director Nicole Palo’s black comedy about a suicidal actress finds life
Emma Peeters
by Nicole Palo
VENICE 2018: Writer-director Nicole Palo’s black comedy about a suicidal actress finds life
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
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
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
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
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
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