Our films for 2022.
Freely inspired by incredible true events, Jérôme Salle’s gripping espionage thriller depicts the remarkable story of a French public servant who unwittingly finds himself in conflict with one of the modern era’s most powerful forces: Russia’s FSB.
Trine Dyrholm leads an all-star ensemble cast in Charlotte Sieling's gripping historical drama, based on remarkable true events experienced by Denmark's 15th Century queen, Margrete the First.
Written by and starring comic duo Pio and Amedeo, the smash-hit North-South culture clash comedy from Gennaro Nunziante (Where Am I Going?) follows two formerly inseparable friends who reunite in their hometown after years apart.
Directed by, co-written and starring Edoardo Leo, this heartfelt romantic comedy follows two long-term couples in the eternal city contemplating whether their future lies together.
Suspense and a pinch of romance are the ingredients of Davide Minnella’s delicious dramedy about a mafioso sent to Rome to launder money through a restaurant who crosses paths with an ambitious young chef.
Cinema icons Juliette Binoche and Vincent Lindon share the big screen for the first time in the scorching romantic drama from Claire Denis, a blazing story about a passionate, complicated woman caught between two very different men.
The marvellous Laure Calamy (Antoinette in the Cévennes) stars in Eric Gravel’s gripping and award-winning drama, as a single woman pushed to her limits when the delicate balance between her home and work life is upended.
An all-star cast dazzles in the spectacular and exhilarating film by Xavier Giannoli (The Singer, Marguerite), an adaptation of Balzac’s classic novel about a young idealist who learns that anything can be bought and sold.
This exquisite crime drama from Patrice Leconte stars Gérard Depardieu as Georges Simenon's iconic Police Inspector, tasked in '50s Paris with identifying what happened to a young woman whose body is discovered in a town square.
David Kross, Henry Hübchen and Tom Schilling lead a stellar cast in Leander Haussmann's charming comedy about a man who led a double life in 1980s East Berlin as an underground poet... and a Stasi agent.
From award-winning writer/director Jonas Carpignano (A Ciambra, Mediterranea), TO CHIARA is a searing and remarkably poignant drama about a Calabrian teenage girl who learns some difficult truths about her close-knit family.
Based on a multi Molière Award-winning play, Fred Cavayé's gripping historical drama centres on a dangerous pact between a Jewish jeweller (the great Daniel Auteuil) and his assistant (Gilles Lellouche) in Occupied Paris in 1941.
Fanny Ardant, Melvil Poupaud and Cécile de France beguile in Carine Tardieu's eagerly anticipated follow-up to Just To Be Sure, a modern and nuanced romantic drama about a woman who embarks on an affair with a much-younger man.
From Oscar-winning director Fernando Trueba (Belle Époque), FORGOTTEN WE’LL BE is the long-awaited adaptation of Héctor Abad Faciolince's acclaimed memoir about his father, Colombian human rights activist Héctor Abad Gómez.
Vincent Lindon delivers a powerhouse turn in acclaimed writer/director Stéphane Brizé's stunning drama, as a driven white-collar manager torn between duty to his job, his family and his principles.
This lavish new adventure comedy from Julien Rappeneau (Rosalie Blum) is a new take on the beloved children’s character created by Rene Goscinny (Astérix) and Jean-Jacques Sempé.
Natalie Morales and Mark Duplass star in this charming and award-winning comedy about a Spanish teacher and her student whose online connection takes on far more importance than either could have anticipated.
A delicious ensemble cast led by François Damiens and Vanessa Paradis star in an hilariously droll romantic comedy from Samuel Benchetrit about ordinary people finding unexpected love and fulfillment through the arts.
Acclaimed at Cannes, writer/director Leyla Bouzid’s enchanting and seductive romance depicts a university student torn between his desire for a classmate and his deeply-held ideals of cultural and social propriety.
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.