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Ága - by Milko Lazarov - In his new film, Bulgarian filmmaker Milko Lazarov endearingly explores elderly love and an ancient way of life
Ága
by Milko Lazarov
In his new film, Bulgarian filmmaker Milko Lazarov endearingly explores elderly love and an ancient way of life
Lemonade - by Ioana Uricaru - Ioana Uricaru’s first feature explores the trials and tribulations of a Romanian woman trying to settle in the United States
Lemonade
by Ioana Uricaru
Ioana Uricaru’s first feature explores the trials and tribulations of a Romanian woman trying to settle in the United States
One Day - by Zsófia Szilágyi - 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
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
The Load - by Ognjen Glavonic - Ognjen Glavonić's first fiction feature is a stark look at a war crime from the Kosovo War and its implications, with Leon Lučev giving an amazing performance in the main role
The Load
by Ognjen Glavonic
Ognjen Glavonić's first fiction feature is a stark look at a war crime from the Kosovo War and its implications, with Leon Lučev giving an amazing performance in the main role
The Eyes of Orson Welles - by Mark Cousins - CANNES 2018: Through drawings and doodles made by Orson Welles, filmmaker and scholar Mark Cousins gives us an insight into the man and his movies
The Eyes of Orson Welles
by Mark Cousins
CANNES 2018: Through drawings and doodles made by Orson Welles, filmmaker and scholar Mark Cousins gives us an insight into the man and his movies
The World Is Yours - by Romain Gavras - CANNES 2018: Romain Gavras directs a hilarious film with a well-developed plot that leads to a gang of petty drug dealers pretending to be gangsters on the Costa Brava
The World Is Yours
by Romain Gavras
CANNES 2018: Romain Gavras directs a hilarious film with a well-developed plot that leads to a gang of petty drug dealers pretending to be gangsters on the Costa Brava
Sauvage - by Camille Vidal-Naquet - CANNES 2018: Camille Vidal-Naquet immerses us in a world of male prostitution where brutality, freedom of choice and the search for love endlessly collide. This is a film which takes no prisoners
Sauvage
by Camille Vidal-Naquet
CANNES 2018: Camille Vidal-Naquet immerses us in a world of male prostitution where brutality, freedom of choice and the search for love endlessly collide. This is a film which takes no prisoners
The End? - by Daniele Misischia - Set for the most part in an office lift, Daniele Misischia’s first work envisions an apocalyptic Rome where a deadly virus transforms humans into the blood-thirsty undead
The End?
by Daniele Misischia
Set for the most part in an office lift, Daniele Misischia’s first work envisions an apocalyptic Rome where a deadly virus transforms humans into the blood-thirsty undead

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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
A Land Imagined - by Yeo Siew Hua - LOCARNO 2018: The winner of Locarno’s Golden Leopard is an outstanding detective thriller revolving around the existence of parallel realities and identities
A Land Imagined
by Yeo Siew Hua
LOCARNO 2018: The winner of Locarno’s Golden Leopard is an outstanding detective thriller revolving around the existence of parallel realities and identities
Too Late to Die Young - by Dominga Sotomayor - LOCARNO 2018: Dominga Sotomayor presents her second feature film, world-premiering in the International Competition section of the Locarno Film Festival
Too Late to Die Young
by Dominga Sotomayor
LOCARNO 2018: Dominga Sotomayor presents her second feature film, world-premiering in the International Competition section of the Locarno Film Festival
Shéhérazade - by Jean-Bernard Marlin - CANNES 2018: An ultra-realist portrait of juvenile delinquency in Marseille, and a surprising and engaging love story to boot, courtesy of Jean-Bernard Marlin
Shéhérazade
by Jean-Bernard Marlin
CANNES 2018: An ultra-realist portrait of juvenile delinquency in Marseille, and a surprising and engaging love story to boot, courtesy of Jean-Bernard Marlin
Carmen & Lola - by Arantxa Echevarria - Arantxa Echevarría’s film oozes originality and authenticity, and strives to ensure that last remaining right: passionate love between Gypsy women
Carmen & Lola
by Arantxa Echevarria
Arantxa Echevarría’s film oozes originality and authenticity, and strives to ensure that last remaining right: passionate love between Gypsy women
Ruben Brandt, Collector - by Milorad Krstic - LOCARNO 2018: Milorad Krstić’s new movie is one of the best animated films to come out of Europe since 2003’s Belleville Rendez-vous
Ruben Brandt, Collector
by Milorad Krstic
LOCARNO 2018: Milorad Krstić’s new movie is one of the best animated films to come out of Europe since 2003’s Belleville Rendez-vous
Horizon - by Tinatin Kajrishvili - The second film by Brides director Tinatin Kajrishvili is a layered exploration of the unbearable loss the hero feels after his wife leaves him
Horizon
by Tinatin Kajrishvili
The second film by Brides director Tinatin Kajrishvili is a layered exploration of the unbearable loss the hero feels after his wife leaves him
M - by Yolande Zauberman - LOCARNO 2018: Unstoppable director Yolande Zauberman competes at the Locarno Film Festival with her powerful new film, a portrait of a modern hero that offers no concessions
M
by Yolande Zauberman
LOCARNO 2018: Unstoppable director Yolande Zauberman competes at the Locarno Film Festival with her powerful new film, a portrait of a modern hero that offers no concessions
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