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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
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
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
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
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
Dark River - by Clio Barnard - TORONTO 2017: Clio Barnard’s third feature is a captivating emotional drama that explores the subject of sexual abuse
Dark River
by Clio Barnard
TORONTO 2017: Clio Barnard’s third feature is a captivating emotional drama that explores the subject of sexual abuse
"I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians" - by Radu Jude - KARLOVY VARY 2018: Radu Jude’s new feature points an accusing finger at Romania’s obstinate Holocaust denial
"I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians"
by Radu Jude
KARLOVY VARY 2018: Radu Jude’s new feature points an accusing finger at Romania’s obstinate Holocaust denial
Winter Flies - by Olmo Omerzu - KARLOVY VARY 2018: Olmo Omerzu's third feature is an accomplished and engaging combination of boys' adventure and gritty Central European drama
Winter Flies
by Olmo Omerzu
KARLOVY VARY 2018: Olmo Omerzu's third feature is an accomplished and engaging combination of boys' adventure and gritty Central European drama

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Sueño Florianópolis - by Ana Katz - KARLOVY VARY 2018: Argentinian writer-director Ana Katz creates a tropical dream for a family going through a collective and personal crisis by the Brazilian seaside
Sueño Florianópolis
by Ana Katz
KARLOVY VARY 2018: Argentinian writer-director Ana Katz creates a tropical dream for a family going through a collective and personal crisis by the Brazilian seaside
History of Love - by Sonja Prosenc - KARLOVY VARY 2018: Sonja Prosenc's second feature loses on the emotional front what it gains on the impressive sensorial level
History of Love
by Sonja Prosenc
KARLOVY VARY 2018: Sonja Prosenc's second feature loses on the emotional front what it gains on the impressive sensorial level
Suleiman Mountain - by Elizaveta Stishova - KARLOVY VARY 2018: The winner of Karlovy Vary’s East of the West competition is a blend of Kyrgyz folklore and family melodrama
Suleiman Mountain
by Elizaveta Stishova
KARLOVY VARY 2018: The winner of Karlovy Vary’s East of the West competition is a blend of Kyrgyz folklore and family melodrama
Blossom Valley - by László Csuja - KARLOVY VARY 2018: First-time director László Csuja makes impressive use of a non-professional cast to tell the story of two youngsters with an ambiguous relationship
Blossom Valley
by László Csuja
KARLOVY VARY 2018: First-time director László Csuja makes impressive use of a non-professional cast to tell the story of two youngsters with an ambiguous relationship
Putin's Witnesses - by Vitaly Mansky - KARLOVY VARY 2018: The new film by Vitaly Mansky chronicles Putin's rise through footage the director shot as a member of the president's election campaign team in 2000
Putin's Witnesses
by Vitaly Mansky
KARLOVY VARY 2018: The new film by Vitaly Mansky chronicles Putin's rise through footage the director shot as a member of the president's election campaign team in 2000
Zama - by Lucrecia Martel - VENICE 2017: Lucrecia Martel’s new directorial effort is her most baffling and ambitious work to date, tackling Spanish colonial rule in South America in the 18th century
Zama
by Lucrecia Martel
VENICE 2017: Lucrecia Martel’s new directorial effort is her most baffling and ambitious work to date, tackling Spanish colonial rule in South America in the 18th century
Racer and the Jailbird - by Michaël R. Roskam - VENICE 2017: Matthias Schoenaerts returns to the screen with his constant partner-in-crime Michaël Roskam and alongside Adèle Exarchopoulos in a dark and tragic love story
Racer and the Jailbird
by Michaël R. Roskam
VENICE 2017: Matthias Schoenaerts returns to the screen with his constant partner-in-crime Michaël Roskam and alongside Adèle Exarchopoulos in a dark and tragic love story
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
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