2016

Films released in 2016.

  • Rosalie Blum

    Julien Rappeneau’s enchanting directorial debut ROSALIE BLUM is a warm, witty and impeccably performed comedy about a random encounter that has unexpected and life-changing consequences.

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  • The Fencer

    Klaus Härö’s multi award-winning new drama movingly depicts the true story of fencing master Endel Neils, who risked his life to give a group of children something to believe in in post-War Estonia.

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  • Where Am I Going?

    Striking a delicious balance between non-stop gags and some very pointed cultural criticism, Gennaro Nunziante’s comedy is the highest grossing film in Italian cinema history.

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  • La Belle Saison

    The award-winning new film by acclaimed director Catherine Corsini is a luminous romance set in the turbulent 1970’s, about love, duty and the courage required to pursue happiness no matter the cost.

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  • Truman

    Two of the greatest talents in modern Spanish cinema – Ricardo Darin and Javier Cámara – take centre stage in the much-anticipated new film from Cesc Gay, director of A Gun In Each Hand.

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  • Embrace Of The Serpent

    Ciro Guerre’s breathtaking, Oscar-nominated cinematic odyssey through the Amazon follows the quests of two Western explorers (one in 1909 and the other in the 1940s) in search of a rare flower.

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  • The Wait

    Academy-Award winner Juliette Binoche gives one of the finest performances of her career in this dazzling, emotionally rich debut feature from Italian wunderkind Piero Messina.

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  • God Willing

    The wildly entertaining and multi award-winning debut feature from writer-director Edoardo Falcone pits a man with a God-complex against the charismatic local parish priest in an almighty battle of wills.

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  • Mia Madre (My Mother)

    Acclaimed Italian auteur Nanni Moretti returns to brilliant form with his semi-autobiographical new dramedy MIA MADRE, starring Margherita Buy as a filmmaker struggling to balance life and art.

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  • Rams

    Winner of Un Certain Regard at Cannes 2015, this wryly observed fable about two obstinate brothers begins as a droll comedy about sheep farming and grows into a gracefully moving tale about family and legacy.

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  • Valley Of Love

    Two of French cinema’s greatest stars – remarkably, sharing the screen for the first time in over 30 years – unite for this haunting and moving tale of love, loss, memory and the mystical.

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  • Looking For Grace

    Richard Roxburgh, Radha Mitchell & Odessa Young star in the long-awaited new film from Sue Brooks (Japanese Story), a richly emotional tale of familial secrets, lies and forgiveness.

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