Our films for 2021.
Sigourney Weaver and radiant new talent Margaret Qualley star in a hugely enjoyable adaptation of Joanna Rakoff’s internationally bestselling memoir from Oscar-nominee Phillipe Falardeau (Monsieur Lazhar).
An Official Selection at Cannes, Caroline Vignal’s hilarious and life-affirming comedy hit stars the wonderful Laure Calamy as a woman who finds herself on a journey of self-discovery in somewhat unexpected circumstances.
The remarkable Pablo Larraín (No, Jackie, Neruda) unites Gael García Bernal with striking newcomer Mariana Di Girolamo in EMA, an immersive and incendiary new drama about art, desire, performance and family.
The new film from Oscar-winning writer/director Alejandro Amenábar (The Sea Inside) is a powerful and hugely resonant historical drama set during the first months of the Spanish Civil War.
Featuring an all-star Argentinian cast (including Ricardo Darin and Chino Darin coming together for the first time), Sebastián Borensztein’s new comedy is a rousing tale of working-class solidarity and collective revenge.
Racial and psychological tensions, claustrophobically observed in both the workplace and at home, come to a head in Visar Morina’s masterfully directed thriller about one man’s identity crisis as a foreigner in Germany.
The eagerly anticipated new film from the award-winning director of Rams, THE COUNTY tells the story of a middle-aged widow in rural Iceland who’s forced to rise up against corruption and injustice in her community.
Bold and dazzling, acclaimed writer/director Pietro Marcello’s adapts Jack London’s novel about a self-taught and outspoken writer, provocatively transposing the story into a pivotal moment in Italy’s pre-War history.