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Portrait of a Lady on Fire - by Céline Sciamma - CANNES 2019: Céline Sciamma puts her name to a magnificent period drama on passionate love, art and the destiny of women, featuring the exceptional acting talent of Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
by Céline Sciamma
CANNES 2019: Céline Sciamma puts her name to a magnificent period drama on passionate love, art and the destiny of women, featuring the exceptional acting talent of Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel
A Hidden Life - by Terrence Malick - CANNES 2019: Terrence Malick’s powerful new opus tells the story of conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter
A Hidden Life
by Terrence Malick
CANNES 2019: Terrence Malick’s powerful new opus tells the story of conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter
The Wild Goose Lake - by Diao Yinan - CANNES 2019: Co-produced by France, the new film noir by Chinese director Diao Yinan, who triumphed at the Berlinale 2014 with Black Coal, Thin Ice, is a work of stunning virtuosity
The Wild Goose Lake
by Diao Yinan
CANNES 2019: Co-produced by France, the new film noir by Chinese director Diao Yinan, who triumphed at the Berlinale 2014 with Black Coal, Thin Ice, is a work of stunning virtuosity
The Whistlers - by Corneliu Porumboiu - CANNES 2019: In his playful new film, Corneliu Porumboiu starts with Iggy Pop’s “The Passenger”, and then he rides and he rides – all the way to the Canary Islands
The Whistlers
by Corneliu Porumboiu
CANNES 2019: In his playful new film, Corneliu Porumboiu starts with Iggy Pop’s “The Passenger”, and then he rides and he rides – all the way to the Canary Islands
On a Magical Night - by Christophe Honoré - CANNES 2019: Christophe Honoré delivers a conceptual tale that’s reflexive, inventive, fast-paced and funny about a couple in crisis after 25 years of marriage
On a Magical Night
by Christophe Honoré
CANNES 2019: Christophe Honoré delivers a conceptual tale that’s reflexive, inventive, fast-paced and funny about a couple in crisis after 25 years of marriage
Diego Maradona - by Asif Kapadia - CANNES 2019: In this documentary of two halves, Asif Kapadia pits the loveable, vulnerable Diego against the less endearing public figure of Maradona
Diego Maradona
by Asif Kapadia
CANNES 2019: In this documentary of two halves, Asif Kapadia pits the loveable, vulnerable Diego against the less endearing public figure of Maradona
Vivarium - by Lorcan Finnegan - CANNES 2019: Lorcan Finnegan’s new outing is a slice of involuntary suburban family life, chillingly well executed
Vivarium
by Lorcan Finnegan
CANNES 2019: Lorcan Finnegan’s new outing is a slice of involuntary suburban family life, chillingly well executed
Papicha - by Mounia Meddour - CANNES 2019: With her first feature, Mounia Meddour revisits the dark hours of the dirty war in Algiers, following a very determined young woman who longs for freedom
Papicha
by Mounia Meddour
CANNES 2019: With her first feature, Mounia Meddour revisits the dark hours of the dirty war in Algiers, following a very determined young woman who longs for freedom

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Alice and the Mayor - by Nicolas Pariser - CANNES 2019: Nicolas Pariser delivers a very clever and quirky political comedy, with brilliant performances from Fabrice Luchini and Anaïs Demoustier
Alice and the Mayor
by Nicolas Pariser
CANNES 2019: Nicolas Pariser delivers a very clever and quirky political comedy, with brilliant performances from Fabrice Luchini and Anaïs Demoustier
Pain & Glory - by Pedro Almodóvar - This 21st film by Pedro Almodóvar exudes the intense emotions that have shaped his life, and features Antonio Banderas as the mirror-image of the director behind Talk To Her and All About My Mother
Pain & Glory
by Pedro Almodóvar
This 21st film by Pedro Almodóvar exudes the intense emotions that have shaped his life, and features Antonio Banderas as the mirror-image of the director behind Talk To Her and All About My Mother
Oleg - by Juris Kursietis - CANNES 2019: Latvia's Juris Kursietis delivers a gritty and ultra-realist film on a form of modern slavery taking place behind the scenes between Eastern European posted workers
Oleg
by Juris Kursietis
CANNES 2019: Latvia's Juris Kursietis delivers a gritty and ultra-realist film on a form of modern slavery taking place behind the scenes between Eastern European posted workers
Zombi Child - by Bertrand Bonello - CANNES 2019: Bertrand Bonello puts his name to a film steeped in the occult and brilliant despite its simple façade, blurring the boundaries between times and worlds
Zombi Child
by Bertrand Bonello
CANNES 2019: Bertrand Bonello puts his name to a film steeped in the occult and brilliant despite its simple façade, blurring the boundaries between times and worlds
Little Joe - by Jessica Hausner - CANNES 2019: Austria’s Jessica Hausner puts her name to a hugely cerebral psychoanalytical film with a societal focus, flirting with the genre of sci-fi chiller and the world of genetic mutations
Little Joe
by Jessica Hausner
CANNES 2019: Austria’s Jessica Hausner puts her name to a hugely cerebral psychoanalytical film with a societal focus, flirting with the genre of sci-fi chiller and the world of genetic mutations
Land of Ashes - by Sofía Quirós Úbeda - CANNES 2019: The feature debut from Sofía Quirós Ubeda is a coming of age tale about a young Costa Rican woman who goes deep into the world of magic to overcome her grief
Land of Ashes
by Sofía Quirós Úbeda
CANNES 2019: The feature debut from Sofía Quirós Ubeda is a coming of age tale about a young Costa Rican woman who goes deep into the world of magic to overcome her grief
I Lost My Body - by Jérémy Clapin - CANNES 2019: Animation sends sparks flying on the Croisette with the feature debut from French director Jérémy Clapin, a moving, inventive, and prodigious gem of storytelling
I Lost My Body
by Jérémy Clapin
CANNES 2019: Animation sends sparks flying on the Croisette with the feature debut from French director Jérémy Clapin, a moving, inventive, and prodigious gem of storytelling
The Orphanage - by Shahrbanoo Sadat - CANNES 2019: Following her acclaimed feature debut, Wolf and Sheep, Shahrbanoo Sadat continues to explore the recent history of Afghanistan through the eyes of children
The Orphanage
by Shahrbanoo Sadat
CANNES 2019: Following her acclaimed feature debut, Wolf and Sheep, Shahrbanoo Sadat continues to explore the recent history of Afghanistan through the eyes of children
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