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Electric Girl - by Ziska Riemann - After its premiere in the competition section of the Max Ophüls Prize in Saarbrücken this January, the second feature by Ziska Riemann has been released in German cinemas
Electric Girl
by Ziska Riemann
After its premiere in the competition section of the Max Ophüls Prize in Saarbrücken this January, the second feature by Ziska Riemann has been released in German cinemas
Persona non grata - by Roschdy Zem - Roschdy Zem continues his directorial adventures with an unusual film noir set in the South of France, a place riddled with economic corruption and blackmail
Persona non grata
by Roschdy Zem
Roschdy Zem continues his directorial adventures with an unusual film noir set in the South of France, a place riddled with economic corruption and blackmail
The Revolution - by Joseph Troia - The first work by Naples’ Joseph Troia marks a brave and original debut, shored up by convincing performances, watertight writing and an attentive directorial approach
The Revolution
by Joseph Troia
The first work by Naples’ Joseph Troia marks a brave and original debut, shored up by convincing performances, watertight writing and an attentive directorial approach
A Beautiful Summer - by Pierre Creton - Pierre Creton gently weaves a compassionate work of fiction that has all the makings of a documentary, set in the heart of a small community brought together by circumstance
A Beautiful Summer
by Pierre Creton
Pierre Creton gently weaves a compassionate work of fiction that has all the makings of a documentary, set in the heart of a small community brought together by circumstance
Jihad Jane - by Ciaran Cassidy - Ciaran Cassidy's first feature, an Irish-Dutch-Swedish co-production, tells the absurd story of two radicalised American women, Colleen LaRose and Jamie Paulin Ramirez
Jihad Jane
by Ciaran Cassidy
Ciaran Cassidy's first feature, an Irish-Dutch-Swedish co-production, tells the absurd story of two radicalised American women, Colleen LaRose and Jamie Paulin Ramirez
Staff Only - by Neus Ballús - BERLIN 2019: Catalan director Neus Ballús’ second feature skilfully intertwines the coming-of-age story of a young girl with the intricate layers of its post-colonial setting
Staff Only
by Neus Ballús
BERLIN 2019: Catalan director Neus Ballús’ second feature skilfully intertwines the coming-of-age story of a young girl with the intricate layers of its post-colonial setting
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
Yuli – The Carlos Acosta Story - by Icíar Bollaín - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Icíar Bollaín directs a biopic on Carlos Acosta, achieving little more than a conventional portrait of an unconventional life, short on risk and narrative arabesques
Yuli – The Carlos Acosta Story
by Icíar Bollaín
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Icíar Bollaín directs a biopic on Carlos Acosta, achieving little more than a conventional portrait of an unconventional life, short on risk and narrative arabesques

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