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Fortunata - by Paweł Banasiak - Telling the story of a former model who kept Berlusconi entertained and who now promotes pre-marital chastity, Paweł Banasiak’s film is an endearingly cringeworthy premiere at the Krakow Film Festival
Fortunata
by Paweł Banasiak
Telling the story of a former model who kept Berlusconi entertained and who now promotes pre-marital chastity, Paweł Banasiak’s film is an endearingly cringeworthy premiere at the Krakow Film Festival
Rocambola - by Juanra Fernández - Juan Diego Botto stars in an entirely independent thriller boasting surprising twists and turns, featuring very few locations and bursting with psychological tension and violence
Rocambola
by Juanra Fernández
Juan Diego Botto stars in an entirely independent thriller boasting surprising twists and turns, featuring very few locations and bursting with psychological tension and violence
La rivincita - by Leo Muscato - Leo Muscato’s debut film, available on RaiPlay in Italy from 4 June, portrays the daily reality of the country’s new poor with all the tragedy and irony that goes with it
La rivincita
by Leo Muscato
Leo Muscato’s debut film, available on RaiPlay in Italy from 4 June, portrays the daily reality of the country’s new poor with all the tragedy and irony that goes with it
Dating Amber - by David Freyne - David Freyne's Irish-set twisted romcom is an endearing mid-90s tale of homosexuals pretending to be straight to fit in
Dating Amber
by David Freyne
David Freyne's Irish-set twisted romcom is an endearing mid-90s tale of homosexuals pretending to be straight to fit in
Slow News - by Alberto Puliafito - Alberto Puliafito’s Italian documentary explores an informal international movement that looks to adapt good journalism practices in the social media-dominated world of information overload
Slow News
by Alberto Puliafito
Alberto Puliafito’s Italian documentary explores an informal international movement that looks to adapt good journalism practices in the social media-dominated world of information overload
Tales from the Prison Cell - by Ábel Visky - In his first feature film, up and coming director Ábel Visky explores the bond between imprisoned fathers and their families with originality, generosity and great skill
Tales from the Prison Cell
by Ábel Visky
In his first feature film, up and coming director Ábel Visky explores the bond between imprisoned fathers and their families with originality, generosity and great skill
La nova escola - by Ventura Durall - Ventura Durall illustrates the adventurous educational movement that aspires to change teaching for children and youngsters so that they can face the future and avoid repeating past failures
La nova escola
by Ventura Durall
Ventura Durall illustrates the adventurous educational movement that aspires to change teaching for children and youngsters so that they can face the future and avoid repeating past failures
Be Good or Be Gone - by Cathal Nally - Cathal Nally's debut feature is a promising dramedy, rich in surprises and sparkling dialogue
Be Good or Be Gone
by Cathal Nally
Cathal Nally's debut feature is a promising dramedy, rich in surprises and sparkling dialogue

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The Happiest Man on Earth - by Joonas Berghäll - Just like Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker before him, in his new documentary Joonas Berghäll starts to wonder what it takes to be a man
The Happiest Man on Earth
by Joonas Berghäll
Just like Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker before him, in his new documentary Joonas Berghäll starts to wonder what it takes to be a man
The Music of Things - by Menios Carayannis - Greek filmmaker Menios Carayannis reminds us of the essence of the things that we love doing through this immersive, sensorial, dialogue-free documentary about three craftsmen
The Music of Things
by Menios Carayannis
Greek filmmaker Menios Carayannis reminds us of the essence of the things that we love doing through this immersive, sensorial, dialogue-free documentary about three craftsmen
Walchensee Forever - by Janna Ji Wonders - Janna Ji Wonders’ winning film of Thessaloniki Documentary's Newcomers section is an autobiographical family saga spanning four generations of women who grew up and lived on the titular lake
Walchensee Forever
by Janna Ji Wonders
Janna Ji Wonders’ winning film of Thessaloniki Documentary's Newcomers section is an autobiographical family saga spanning four generations of women who grew up and lived on the titular lake
18% Grey - by Viktor Chouchkov - Viktor Chouchkov's film about love and failed relationships is back in Bulgarian cinemas after a cancelled festival premiere at Sofia
18% Grey
by Viktor Chouchkov
Viktor Chouchkov's film about love and failed relationships is back in Bulgarian cinemas after a cancelled festival premiere at Sofia
Il mio corpo - by Michele Pennetta - The third feature from Michele Pennetta shows with respect and elegance the intimate lives of two characters searching for themselves
Il mio corpo
by Michele Pennetta
The third feature from Michele Pennetta shows with respect and elegance the intimate lives of two characters searching for themselves
Salka, In No Man's Land - by Xavi Herrero - Xavi Herrero embarks upon an astonishing and engaging journey through the desert aboard a freight train running on sand along the Mauritanian-Saharan border
Salka, In No Man's Land
by Xavi Herrero
Xavi Herrero embarks upon an astonishing and engaging journey through the desert aboard a freight train running on sand along the Mauritanian-Saharan border
Fadma: Even Ants Have Wings - by Jawad Rhalib - Jawad Rhalib’s film follows the quest for emancipation embarked upon by the women of a small douar in the High Atlas Mountains and led by a city-dweller come home to the village for her holidays
Fadma: Even Ants Have Wings
by Jawad Rhalib
Jawad Rhalib’s film follows the quest for emancipation embarked upon by the women of a small douar in the High Atlas Mountains and led by a city-dweller come home to the village for her holidays
A Loss of Something Ever Felt - by Carlos E. Lesmes - The dark reality of drug addiction and the complexity of familial ties are explored in Carlos E Lesmes’ moving documentary
A Loss of Something Ever Felt
by Carlos E. Lesmes
The dark reality of drug addiction and the complexity of familial ties are explored in Carlos E Lesmes’ moving documentary
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