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Yomeddine - by A.B. Shawky - CANNES 2018: Propelled into the limelight of the Cannes competition, Egyptian director A.B. Shawky's first film is a simple, luminous and moving road-movie with a focus on social exclusion
Yomeddine
by A.B. Shawky
CANNES 2018: Propelled into the limelight of the Cannes competition, Egyptian director A.B. Shawky's first film is a simple, luminous and moving road-movie with a focus on social exclusion
Lucia's Grace - by Gianni Zanasi - CANNES 2018: Gianni Zanasi's ecologically minded comedy sees Alba Rohrwacher cast as a surveyor who is visited by the Madonna and tries to stop a real-estate investment
Lucia's Grace
by Gianni Zanasi
CANNES 2018: Gianni Zanasi's ecologically minded comedy sees Alba Rohrwacher cast as a surveyor who is visited by the Madonna and tries to stop a real-estate investment
Ashore - by Leonor Teles - The Portuguese director Leonor Teles tells a delicate and sweet tale about the passing of time, focusing on a humble yet charismatic fisherman
Ashore
by Leonor Teles
The Portuguese director Leonor Teles tells a delicate and sweet tale about the passing of time, focusing on a humble yet charismatic fisherman
The Vice of Hope - by Edoardo De Angelis - TORONTO 2018: Neapolitan director Edoardo de Angelis has premiered his new drama about surrogacy, prostitution and human trafficking in the world of the Camorra
The Vice of Hope
by Edoardo De Angelis
TORONTO 2018: Neapolitan director Edoardo de Angelis has premiered his new drama about surrogacy, prostitution and human trafficking in the world of the Camorra
A Decent Man - by Hadrian Marcu - SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Romanian filmmaker Hadrian Marcu makes his feature debut with this intimate yet acerbic portrait offering a reflection on what it means to be a man in today’s world
A Decent Man
by Hadrian Marcu
SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Romanian filmmaker Hadrian Marcu makes his feature debut with this intimate yet acerbic portrait offering a reflection on what it means to be a man in today’s world
The Chairs Game - by Lucia Chiarla - Italian-German auteur Lucia Chiarla’s first feature about the distressing life of an author and journalist in her late thirties in Berlin is out now in German cinemas
The Chairs Game
by Lucia Chiarla
Italian-German auteur Lucia Chiarla’s first feature about the distressing life of an author and journalist in her late thirties in Berlin is out now in German cinemas
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
Via Carpatia - by Klara Kochańska - The debut feature by Polish directorial duo Klara Kochańska and Kasper Bajon channels the spirit of Abbas Kiarostami in its examination of the migrant crisis in Europe
Via Carpatia
by Klara Kochańska
The debut feature by Polish directorial duo Klara Kochańska and Kasper Bajon channels the spirit of Abbas Kiarostami in its examination of the migrant crisis in Europe
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