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Where Man Returns - by Egil Håskjold Larsen - Norwegian director Egil Håskjold Larsen returns to his childhood home in Finnmark to film the day-to-day of an old man (and his dog) leading a solitary life in the Arctic
Where Man Returns
by Egil Håskjold Larsen
Norwegian director Egil Håskjold Larsen returns to his childhood home in Finnmark to film the day-to-day of an old man (and his dog) leading a solitary life in the Arctic
Keep Going - by Joachim Lafosse - VENICE 2018: The new film by Joachim Lafosse, presented at Venice in the Giornate degli Autori, is a contemporary western with a tense face-off between a mother and her son
Keep Going
by Joachim Lafosse
VENICE 2018: The new film by Joachim Lafosse, presented at Venice in the Giornate degli Autori, is a contemporary western with a tense face-off between a mother and her son
The Deer - by Koldo Almandoz - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Following documentary Sipo Phantasma, Basque director Koldo Almandoz shifts gear with his second film, a more narrative, straightforward and accessible piece of filmmaking
The Deer
by Koldo Almandoz
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Following documentary Sipo Phantasma, Basque director Koldo Almandoz shifts gear with his second film, a more narrative, straightforward and accessible piece of filmmaking
Another Day of Life - by Raúl de la Fuente, Damian Nenow - CANNES 2018: Raul de la Fuente and Damian Nenow present a well-researched and exhilarating rereading of the landmark book by famous Polish journalist, Ryszard Kapuscinski
Another Day of Life
by Raúl de la Fuente, Damian Nenow
CANNES 2018: Raul de la Fuente and Damian Nenow present a well-researched and exhilarating rereading of the landmark book by famous Polish journalist, Ryszard Kapuscinski
Pearl - by Elsa Amiel - VENICE 2018: Director Elsa Amiel debuts with an intense and fascinating portrait of the controversial world of female bodybuilding and shunned motherhood
Pearl
by Elsa Amiel
VENICE 2018: Director Elsa Amiel debuts with an intense and fascinating portrait of the controversial world of female bodybuilding and shunned motherhood
Long Day's Journey Into Night - by Bi Gan - CANNES 2018: Bi Gan proffers an utterly mesmerising film, whose second half, filmed in 3D and through a single unbroken shot, is simply stunning
Long Day's Journey Into Night
by Bi Gan
CANNES 2018: Bi Gan proffers an utterly mesmerising film, whose second half, filmed in 3D and through a single unbroken shot, is simply stunning
Mary Queen of Scots - by Josie Rourke - Josie Rourke’s lavishly staged debut film tells of the regal shenanigans leading up to the union of England and Scotland
Mary Queen of Scots
by Josie Rourke
Josie Rourke’s lavishly staged debut film tells of the regal shenanigans leading up to the union of England and Scotland
The Raft - by Marcus Lindeen - Sweden's Marcus Lindeen directs an exciting documentary about a scientific experiment on violence conducted at sea in 1973
The Raft
by Marcus Lindeen
Sweden's Marcus Lindeen directs an exciting documentary about a scientific experiment on violence conducted at sea in 1973

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