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Paul Sanchez Is Back! - by Patricia Mazuy - Patricia Mazuy and the suggestive power of the news. A film with hints of social realism, the detective and western genres and some offbeat comedy
Paul Sanchez Is Back!
by Patricia Mazuy
Patricia Mazuy and the suggestive power of the news. A film with hints of social realism, the detective and western genres and some offbeat comedy
Home Games - by Alisa Kovalenko - Alisa Kovalenko’s new film, shown in the European Documentary Competition section of Odesa, focuses on a promising female football player who faces her biggest struggles off the field
Home Games
by Alisa Kovalenko
Alisa Kovalenko’s new film, shown in the European Documentary Competition section of Odesa, focuses on a promising female football player who faces her biggest struggles off the field
Year of the Monkey - by Vladimir Blazevski - Vladimir Blaževski offers a fundamentally humanistic, touching and colourful film about the escapades of a runaway chimpanzee and his friends across Macedonia
Year of the Monkey
by Vladimir Blazevski
Vladimir Blaževski offers a fundamentally humanistic, touching and colourful film about the escapades of a runaway chimpanzee and his friends across Macedonia
The Belly of the Whale - by Morgan Bushe - Morgan Bushe’s debut feature, which echoes the best American indie films, is certainly promising and lays the foundations for his directorial career
The Belly of the Whale
by Morgan Bushe
Morgan Bushe’s debut feature, which echoes the best American indie films, is certainly promising and lays the foundations for his directorial career
Second Time Around - by Dora García - Spanish director Dora Garcia creates an exciting conceptual documentary open to interpretation amidst the backdrop of the Argentinian dictatorship
Second Time Around
by Dora García
Spanish director Dora Garcia creates an exciting conceptual documentary open to interpretation amidst the backdrop of the Argentinian dictatorship
The Silent Revolution - by Lars Kraume - BERLIN 2018: Lars Kraume gives us a magnificent historical account, both intelligent and shocking, of the act of resistance of some East German students in 1956
The Silent Revolution
by Lars Kraume
BERLIN 2018: Lars Kraume gives us a magnificent historical account, both intelligent and shocking, of the act of resistance of some East German students in 1956
303 - by Hans Weingartner - Hans Weingartner’s “boy meets girl” story, screening at Transilvania, has all the makings of an audience darling
303
by Hans Weingartner
Hans Weingartner’s “boy meets girl” story, screening at Transilvania, has all the makings of an audience darling
The Guilty - by Gustav Möller - Debutant Gustav Möller introduces a crime-thriller that revitalises “Scandi noir” by offering a new approach to building tension and suspense through sound
The Guilty
by Gustav Möller
Debutant Gustav Möller introduces a crime-thriller that revitalises “Scandi noir” by offering a new approach to building tension and suspense through sound

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My Favourite Fabric - by Gaya Jiji - CANNES 2018: With her strange and allegorical first full-length film, Gaya Jiji’s angle is an interesting one from which to explore the condition of women and the Syrian War
My Favourite Fabric
by Gaya Jiji
CANNES 2018: With her strange and allegorical first full-length film, Gaya Jiji’s angle is an interesting one from which to explore the condition of women and the Syrian War
No quiero perderte nunca - by Alejo Levis - Alejo Levis uses spooky imagery and sound to beckon the viewer into the world of a woman grieving deeply
No quiero perderte nunca
by Alejo Levis
Alejo Levis uses spooky imagery and sound to beckon the viewer into the world of a woman grieving deeply
Virgins - by Keren Ben Rafael - Keren Ben Rafael puts her name to an endearing first full-length film: a coming-of-age tale about the importance of nurturing our inner child
Virgins
by Keren Ben Rafael
Keren Ben Rafael puts her name to an endearing first full-length film: a coming-of-age tale about the importance of nurturing our inner child
Summerhouse - by Damir Cucic - Croatian director Damir Cucic delves into the heart of some strange face-to-face encounters with a blind man recording violent memories in a deserted hotel
Summerhouse
by Damir Cucic
Croatian director Damir Cucic delves into the heart of some strange face-to-face encounters with a blind man recording violent memories in a deserted hotel
Bergman – A Year in a Life - by Jane Magnusson - CANNES 2018: Jane Magnusson presents a warts-and-all Ingmar Bergman coverage of the year 1957, during which our (anti-)hero achieved many things, at least some of them destined for greatness
Bergman – A Year in a Life
by Jane Magnusson
CANNES 2018: Jane Magnusson presents a warts-and-all Ingmar Bergman coverage of the year 1957, during which our (anti-)hero achieved many things, at least some of them destined for greatness
Dogman - by Matteo Garrone - CANNES 2018: Inspired by a suburban crime story, Matteo Garrone's new film focuses on the marginalised, with a very clear sentiment
Dogman
by Matteo Garrone
CANNES 2018: Inspired by a suburban crime story, Matteo Garrone's new film focuses on the marginalised, with a very clear sentiment
John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection - by Julien Faraut - Julien Faraut directs a fascinating documentary on the world of tennis, the art of movement and the interior workings of the game, starring the iconic John McEnroe
John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection
by Julien Faraut
Julien Faraut directs a fascinating documentary on the world of tennis, the art of movement and the interior workings of the game, starring the iconic John McEnroe
Cold War - by Pawel Pawlikowski - CANNES 2018: Pawel Pawlikowski reworks the elements of his Oscar-winning Ida to create another fantastic tale that is likely to be a frontrunner in the race for the Palme d’Or
Cold War
by Pawel Pawlikowski
CANNES 2018: Pawel Pawlikowski reworks the elements of his Oscar-winning Ida to create another fantastic tale that is likely to be a frontrunner in the race for the Palme d’Or
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