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The Delegation - by Bujar Alimani - Bujar Alimani’s third feature tells the story of a universal human character and the construction of oppression through focusing on the margins of European history
The Delegation
by Bujar Alimani
Bujar Alimani’s third feature tells the story of a universal human character and the construction of oppression through focusing on the margins of European history
Paper Flags - by Nathan Ambrosioni - At the tender age of 19, Nathan Ambrosioni directs his first astonishingly mature feature film starring Guillaume Gouix, an ex-con in search of reintegration and a sibling bond
Paper Flags
by Nathan Ambrosioni
At the tender age of 19, Nathan Ambrosioni directs his first astonishingly mature feature film starring Guillaume Gouix, an ex-con in search of reintegration and a sibling bond
Sticks and Stones - by Martin Skovbjerg - Danish filmmaker Martin Skovbjerg's feature debut is an ambitious and arresting take on the impact of role models, privilege and technology on a certain type of male psyche
Sticks and Stones
by Martin Skovbjerg
Danish filmmaker Martin Skovbjerg's feature debut is an ambitious and arresting take on the impact of role models, privilege and technology on a certain type of male psyche
Thou Shalt Not Kill - by Cătălin Rotaru, Gabi Virginia Șarga - Cătălin Rotaru and Gabi Virginia Şarga’s first feature explores one of Romania’s most pressing social issues – the healthcare system
Thou Shalt Not Kill
by Cătălin Rotaru, Gabi Virginia Șarga
Cătălin Rotaru and Gabi Virginia Şarga’s first feature explores one of Romania’s most pressing social issues – the healthcare system
Licu, a Romanian Story - by Ana Dumitrescu - Ana Dumitrescu's winner of a Golden Dove from DOK Leipzig, which examines how a nonagenarian looks at the world, is being shown at Astra, in the Mature View thematic sidebar
Licu, a Romanian Story
by Ana Dumitrescu
Ana Dumitrescu's winner of a Golden Dove from DOK Leipzig, which examines how a nonagenarian looks at the world, is being shown at Astra, in the Mature View thematic sidebar
Petra - by Jaime Rosales - CANNES 2018: Jaime Rosales crafts a sophisticated tragedy with classical undertones, which looms ominously over a rich family of artists tainted by lies, abuse, secrets and cruelty
Petra
by Jaime Rosales
CANNES 2018: Jaime Rosales crafts a sophisticated tragedy with classical undertones, which looms ominously over a rich family of artists tainted by lies, abuse, secrets and cruelty
Nothing to Hide - by Fred Cavayé - Fred Cavayé directs an effective and relevant group comedy, a small dinner between friends turns into a settling of scores when everyone's intimacy is exposed to the light of day
Nothing to Hide
by Fred Cavayé
Fred Cavayé directs an effective and relevant group comedy, a small dinner between friends turns into a settling of scores when everyone's intimacy is exposed to the light of day
The House That Jack Built - by Lars von Trier - CANNES 2018: Lars von Trier forcefully explores the circles of hell and his own career. A film that should by no means be taken at face value
The House That Jack Built
by Lars von Trier
CANNES 2018: Lars von Trier forcefully explores the circles of hell and his own career. A film that should by no means be taken at face value

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