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Films in our forthcoming catalogue and selected recent titles from the archive.

  • In Bloom

    PREVIEWS THIS FRI/SAT/SUN! Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross’ celebrated drama is an unforgettable story of two young girls navigating the complex ties of friendship, love and family within a world of upheaval.

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  • Still Life

    NOW IN CINEMAS! The long-awaited and award-winning new film from the producer of The Full Monty, STILL LIFE is a poignant drama about a quiet man who finds joy in helping everyone but himself.

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  • Living Is Easy (With Eyes Closed)

    IN CINEMAS 23 OCT! The award-winning LIVING IS EASY WITH EYES CLOSED is a buoyant and heartfelt comedy set in Franco’s Spain, about a free-spirited English teacher determined to meet his idol, John Lennon.

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  • Folies Bergère

    Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Pierre Darroussin and Michael Nyqvist star in the wonderfully charming and poignant new romance FOLIES BERGÈRE, a delicious fable about how everyday choices shape our lives.

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  • Leviathan

    Heralded in Cannes (and declared a “5-star masterpiece” by The Guardian), the stunning new film from modern Russian master Andrey Zvyagintzev (The Return, Elena) is a gripping parable of class, faith and corruption.

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  • Eastern Boys

    The heralded Orizzonti winner of Best Film at the Venice Film Festival, EASTERN BOYS is the astonishing second feature from Robin Campillo, creator of the international phenomenon The Returned.

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  • Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter

    Inspired by true events, this enchanting and powerfully affecting new film from David & Nathan Zellner tells the true story of a young woman’s extraordinary journey from Japan to Minnesota, in search of a mythic fortune.

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  • Suzanne

    Katell Quillévéré confirms the promise of her award-winning debut Love Like Poison with this emotionally-charged drama about the impact of one woman’s unquenchable thirst for life on those around her.

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  • Child’s Pose

    The winner of the Golden Bear at the 2013 Berlinale, Calin Peter Netzer‘s riveting CHILD’S POSE centres on a mother’s twisted affection for her son, and the repercussions of her actions when his wellbeing is placed in jeopardy..

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  • Tenderness

    A film of small moments and grand themes, Marion Hansel’s delicate road movie TENDERNESS brings a long-divorced couple back together, as they put their differences aside to help their only child.

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  • The Great Beauty

    Winner of the 2014 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, THE GREAT BEAUTY is Paolo Sorrentino’s evocative tale of hedonism and lost love, and an extraordinary depiction of contemporary Rome.

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  • The Gilded Cage

    Ruben Alves’ enormously semi-autobiographical Parisian comedy about a hardworking couple whose dream of returning to their homeland is secretly undermined by their friends and family.

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  • After May

    Celebrated French master Olivier Assayas’ loosely autobiographical drama charts social change and the political and artistic awakening of a group of young teenagers in the early 1970s.

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  • Sister

    Lea Seydoux and Kacey Mottet Klein in Ursula Meier’s Berlin Silver Bear-winner SISTER: a deeply affecting humanist drama of two siblings struggling to find a place in the world, and their determination to make it on their own.

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  • Stories We Tell

    Academy Award nominee Sarah Polley’s extraordinary STORIES WE TELL is a deeply moving portrait of a family dealing with a legacy of secrets and lies, and the elusive nature of truth itself.

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  • Upstream Color

    An hallucinatory viewing experience that defies categorisation, Shane Carruth’s follow-up to his acclaimed debut Primer is an entirely original, mythic, romantic thriller that goes in search of truths that lie just beyond our reach.

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  • A Gun In Each Hand

    Featuring one of the most star-studded casts in modern Spanish cinema, A GUN IN EACH HAND is a witty and scathing portrait of forty-something men, and the changing gender roles of contemporary Barcelona.

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  • Tabu

    A love story told in two unique parts, Miguel Gomes’ TABU is, quite simply, a film unlike anything you’ve ever seen: an enthralling story of obsession, memory and dangerous forbidden romance.

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  • The Loneliest Planet

    Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Georgia’s Caucasus Mountains, this award-winning new drama follows a young couple on the journey of a lifetime and an incident that irrevocably transforms their relationship.

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  • Caesar Must Die

    The winner of the Golden Bear at the 2012 Berlin Film Festival, the captivating new drama from legendary Italian auteurs the Taviani brothers’ follows prison inmates as they rehearse Shakespeare.

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  • Elles

    This provocative, adults-only drama stars Academy Award-winner Juliette Binoche as a journalist whose personal life choices are put to the test when she uncovers some discomforting home truths.

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  • Paris-Manhattan

    The eternal wisdom of Woody Allen informs Sophie Lellouche’s delicious romantic comedy about a young woman whose choices in life and love are shaped by the philosophies of her favourite filmmaker.

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  • The Giants

    The irrepressible Bouli Lanners’ multi award-winning and hilarious new film takes its cues from Mark Twain, in exploring the uncharted and misunderstood world of adolescence.

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  • Monsieur Lazhar

    The 2012 Academy Award Best Foreign Language Film nominee MONSIEUR LAZHAR is a profoundly moving story about a group of young schoolchildren coming to terms with the adult world well before their time.

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  • Beauty

    The internationally-heralded winner of the Queer Palm at the Cannes Film Festival, Oliver Hermanus’ BEAUTY is a stunningly controlled, powerful story of a middle-aged man in turmoil.

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  • Elena

    The winner of the Un Certain Regard Special Jury Prize at Cannes 2011, the new film from Russian maestro Andrey Zvyagintsev (The Return) is a taut & engrossing moral tale of loyalties, familial ties, and a coveted inheritance.

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  • Declaration of War

    Opening Night selection – 2012 Alliance Française French Film Festival. A powerful and free-spirited drama, based on real-life events experienced by filmmaker Valerie Donzelli and co-star Jeremie Elkaim.

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  • King of Devil’s Island

    Based on remarkable true events in Norway in 1915, KING OF DEVIL’S ISLAND tells an extraordinary story of friendship, loyalty and rebellion, set on a remote ice-bound island reform school.

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  • Goodbye, First Love

    The gorgeous new romantic drama from Mia Hansen-Løve (Father of My Children) is a personal story of love, loss and the tender memories from youth that can never truly be erased.

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  • All Our Desires

    Philippe Lioret’s hugely anticipated follow-up to his multi-award winning drama Welcome is a universal story about courage and the importance of standing up for your convictions starring Vincent Lindon and Marie Gillain.

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  • The Look

    Part biographical documentary, part series of musings on life and art, THE LOOK is Angelina Maccarone’s revealing portrait of Charlotte Rampling, one of cinema’s most renowned and extraordinary actresses.

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  • Against the Wind

    From gifted actor-turned-director Jalil Lespert, AGAINST THE WIND is a radiant, emotional and superbly realised story of one father’s challenge to keep his family together after his wife disappears.

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  • Beloved

    Led by Catherine Deneuve and her real-life daughter Chiara Mastroianni, this exquisitely romantic musical-drama from Christophe Honoré spans over four decades as it follows a mother and daughter’s twin misadventures in love.

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  • The Women on the 6th Floor

    Fabrice Luchini & Sandrine Kiberlain head a stellar cast in Philippe Le Guay’s delicious upstairs/downstairs comedy, where the vibrant maids create upheaval in an elegant Parisian apartment complex in 1962.

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  • Ages Of Love

    Featuring an all-star cast including Monica Bellucci and Robert De Niro, the sexy new romantic comedy from writer/director Giovanni Veronesi (Manual of Love) is told in three interconnected chapters.

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  • A Cat In Paris

    2012 Academy Award nominee – Best Animated Film. By day, a child’s beloved companion… by night, a rooftop-roaming thief! Meet Dino, a common house cat who lives a double life.

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  • Love Like Poison

    The tender, frank and award-winning debut feature from Katell Quillévéré has a young girl’s impending confirmation as the setting for a collision between love, faith and burgeoning sexuality.

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  • Angéle & Tony

    Beautiful rising-star Clotilde Hesme shines in the award-winning debut feature from writer/director Alix Delaporte, an arresting and intimate drama about two lost souls in search of human connection.

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  • How I Ended This Summer

    Set against the spectacular, otherworldly landscape of the windswept Arctic Circle, Alexei Popogrebsky’s multi-award winning thriller is an immersive and compelling morality tale of isolation and survival against the elements.

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  • Blue Valentine

    Two of cinema’s most gifted young actors – Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams – star in this powerful romantic drama about a couple who fall in love in their early twenties, and then face challenges to their marriage six years later.

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  • GasLand

    There’s something in the water… Part vérité travelogue, part expose, part mystery, part showdown, Josh Fox’s Oscar-nominated film is a compelling and emotional plea for scrutiny of the powerful gas industry.

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  • Father of My Children

    Mia Hanson-Løve’s moving and engaging drama follows a busy independent film producer who seems to have it all – a wife and three delightful daughters he adores and a stimulating job that he’s devoted to.

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  • The Missing Person

    The extraordinary Michael Shannon is the wry, dry anti-hero of this stylish and unique modern-day noir. He plays John Rosow, an unwaveringly old-fashioned private detective prone to sardonic wit, alcohol, and capital-T trouble.

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  • Welcome

    Philippe Lioret’s multi award-winning drama is an inspiring and compassionate story about the hope of new beginnings, centered on two couples contending with issues of separation and dislocation.

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  • The French Kissers

    The breakout comedy sensation of Cannes 2009, graphic artist Riad Sattouf’s debut is a brilliantly hilarious and painfully true-to-life portrait of the humiliations and tribulations of being a teen.

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  • Genova

    An exotic city of secrets, an Italian seduction… a place to start again. Acclaimed director Michael Winterbottom assembles a powerhouse cast in this haunting, suspenseful drama.

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  • Tulpan

    Set on location on the steppes of Kazakhstan and four years in the making, Sergey Dvortsevoy’s debut feature TULPAN is a symphonic celebration of life and nature, disguised as an adorable, sweet-natured love story.



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  • Summer Hours

    How much or how little are we obliged to honour the wishes of our parents after they’re gone? This is the question posed by Olivier Assayas in his rueful and wise film, one of the most internationally heralded of his career.



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  • I’ve Loved You So Long

    Academy award-nominee Kristin Scott Thomas gives the performance of her career in Philippe Claudel’s profoundly touching and thought-provoking story of familial struggles and redemption.

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  • Unfinished Sky

    To love, sometimes we must risk everything. William McInnes and Monic Hendrickx star in Peter Duncan’s award-winning romantic thriller about two strangers who gradually learn to communicate and connect.



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  • The Secret of the Grain

    Lauded at the 2007 Venice Film Festival, Abdellatif Kechiche’s multi award-winning drama is a touching and resoundingly humanistic story set in the rustic port of Sète in southeastern France.

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  • Hunting & Gathering

    From Oscar-winning director Claude Berri (Jean de florette) comes this delightful drama starring the lovely Audrey Tautou (Amelie) and the equally charming Guillaume Canet (Tell No One).

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  • Forbidden Lie$

    Con or Artist? You decide. Norma Khouri’s multi award-winning dramatised documentary weaves murder, deceit, politics, greed and an international literary scandal into an engrossing labyrinth.

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  • Half Nelson

    Ryan Gosling (The Notebook, Blue Valentine) delivers his Academy Award-nominated performance in HALF NELSON as an inspirational young secondary school teacher who is wrestling inner demons.

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  • The Singer

    Xavier Giannoli’s quietly restrained love story brings together Gérard Depardieu, one of the most distinguished actors in French cinema, with one of its most luminous young female talents, Cécile de France.

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  • Ten Canoes

    One Hundred and Fifty Spears, Ten Canoes, Three Wives… Trouble. An extraordinary & ground-breaking comic parable about forbidden love from Rolf de Heer & the Yolgnu people of Ramingining

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  • Lonesome Jim

    Casey Affleck & Liv Tyler star in Steve Buscemi’s LONESOME JIM, a deadpan hilarious coming-of-age story about a young man who begrudgingly returns to his small home town, that was a huge hit at Sundance.

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  • Kokoda

    Papua New Guinea 1942, the battle for the track has begun. A fearsome force of Japanese fighters land on the northern coast of Papua New Guniea, with the intention to seize Port Moresby and invade Australia.

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  • Turtles Can Fly

    The first feature film from Iraq after Saddam’s downfall, Bahman Ghobadi’s TURTLES CAN FLY is a jewel of world cinema: a story of intense joy & profound tragedy featuring an unforgettable cast of child actors.

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  • The Beat My Heart Skipped

    The moody and intense remake of James Toback’s 1978 American film Fingers from acclaimed writer/director Jacques Audiard (A Prophet, Read My Lips), starring Romain Duris as a young man torn between two very different worlds.

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  • The Return

    Andrey Zvyagintsev’s piercing and contemplative father-son tale immediately established the director as a major international talent, winning the Golden Lion at the 2003 Venice Film Festival.

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  • Japanese Story

    Toni Collette stars as Sandy, a feisty Australian geologist who lands the unwanted task of showing a Japanese businessman around the mines and deserts of the Pilbara. Some stories can change your life. This is her story.

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  • Australian Rules

    Paul Goldman’s AUSTRALIAN RULES tells the story of sixteen-year-old Gary Black (Nathan Philips): an average football player, budding wordsmith and ultimately, reluctant hero.

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  • Lantana

    LANTANA is Ray Lawrence’s internationally celebrated masterpiece – a psychological drama about love, infidelity, and mistrust; about the mistakes we make, the consequences we suffer and our attempts to fix things up.

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  • Chopper

    Standover man, repentant underworld executioner and inventive raconteur, Mark Brandon ‘Chopper’ Read was one of Australia’s most infamous ex-criminals, and also one of the country’s most popular authors.

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