Our films for 2021.
Featuring an all-star Argentinian cast (including Ricardo Darín and son Chino on screen together for the first time), Sebastián Borensztein’s comedy is a rousing tale of working-class solidarity and collective revenge.
The remarkable Pablo Larraín (No, Jackie, Neruda) unites Gael García Bernal with striking newcomer Mariana Di Girolamo for an immersive and incendiary new drama about a young mother's secretive plan to reunite her family.
Lambert Wilson stars in writer/director Gabriel Le Bomin’s spectacularly-mounted biographical drama, a stirring depiction of a crucial period in the life of one of modern French history's most famous figures.
An Official Selection at Cannes, Caroline Vignal’s hilarious and life-affirming comedy jewel stars the wonderful Laure Calamy as a woman who finds herself on a journey of self-discovery in somewhat unexpected circumstances.
In this darkly comic skewering of celebrity and privilege, Daniel Brühl (Goodbye Lenin, Rush, The Falcon & The Winter Soldier) plays a famous actor whose day gets completely railroaded by a stranger with ulterior motives.
Writer/director Dominik Graf re-unites Never Look Away stars Tom Schiller and Saskia Rosendahl for an exhilarating coming-of-age drama set in Berlin in the hedonistic twilight years of Weimar Germany.
A beguiling fusion of modern romance and futurism, Maria Schrader’s romantic comedy questions what it means to be human, as a scientist agrees to live with a human-like robot that has been designed to be her perfect life partner.
Cultural 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.
Bold and dazzling, acclaimed writer/director Pietro Marcello 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.
Set in Denmark’s underbelly, debut writer/director Jeanette Nordahl’s striking Scandi noir follows an impressionable teenage girl who’s placed in the care of an estranged aunt (a remarkable Sidse Babett Knudsen), the head of a family crime syndicate.
Writer/director Grímur Hákonarson’s eagerly-anticipated follow up to the worldwide hit Rams is a rousing, David-and-Goliath comedy about a farmer’s wife who steps up to take on the corrupt local co-op in her remote Icelandic valley.
Rising Norwegian star Josefine Frida shines in Jorunn Myklebust Syversen’s provocative new drama about a young evangelical dance champion whose faith is tested, prompting her to search for radical solutions.
From writer/director Icíar Bollaín, the joyous new romantic comedy ROSA’S WEDDING features the superb Candela Peña as a woman who finally decides to take charge of her life after always putting others first.
Inspired by true events, Jasmila Žbanić’s gripping, Oscar-nominated thriller depicts the unforgettable story of a UN translator attempting to save the lives of her family, whilst pandemonium and escalating conflict rages around them.
Internationally heralded as a major cinematic discovery, Dea Kulumbegashvili’s multi award-winning debut BEGINNING is an arresting drama about a devout woman who undergoes a dramatic crisis of faith.
Małgorzata Szumowska and Michał Englert's beguiling modern fable is about an affluent Polish community forever altered by the arrival of an enigmatic stranger who may - or may not - have powers of healing.
Set in 1789 France, just prior to the Revolution, Éric Besnard’s mouth-watering comedy pairs Grégory Gadebois and Isabelle Carré as a gifted chef and his apprentice, who must find the resolve to free themselves from servitude.
Inspired by remarkable true events, Emmanuel Courcol’s rousing, Cannes-selected charmer follows a dedicated out-of-work actor (Kad Merad) whose life begins to look up when he takes a new job teaching theatre to inmates.
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.
Set within Vienna's elite, the wickedly entertaining new film from writer/director Marc Fitoussi (Folies Bergère) is a sexy, Chabrol-esque marital thriller featuring the sensational Karin Viard in one of her most vivacious roles.