In Cinemas in 2023.
Josh O'Connor stars in the captivating new fable of lost love from Alice Rohrwacher (Happy As Lazzaro, The Wonders) as a young British archaeologist who gets caught up in an international network dealing in stolen Italian artefacts.
Writer/director Amjad Al Rasheed’s gripping debut feature follows a determined young Jordanian woman who must contend with both patriarchal laws and familial tensions in a desperate fight for her own independence.
Laure Calamy, Olivia Côte and Kristin Scott Thomas star in the wildly entertaining new comedy from writer/director Marc Fitoussi about estranged childhood friends who tentatively reunite for a trip to the Greek Islands.
Winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes, Charlotte Vandermeersch and Felix van Groeningen's breathtaking and richly involving story follows two people of different classes who forge a decades-long, life-defining friendship in the Italian Alps.
Riccardo Scamarcio, Isabelle Huppert and Louis Garrel star in writer/director Michele Placido's engrossing historical drama depicting the struggles of the notorious Renaissance painter as he's investigated by the Vatican.
Andrea Di Stefano's stylish new crime thriller stars the always-excellent Pierfrancesco Favino (The Traitor, Nostalgia) as an honourable Milanese police lieutenant whose spotless record comes undone over the course of a fateful night.
The new film from Italian maestro Nanni Moretti (Mia Madre, The Son’s Room, Dear Diary) is a multi-layered comedy following a prolific movie director in the midst of personal and professional crisis in the age of the streaming giants.
Award winning writer/director Hlynur Pálmason’s follow-up to his breakout hit A White, White Day is a stunning historical drama about a Danish priest who made a pilgrimage across Iceland in the late 1800s to build a church.
Based on true events that inspired a generation of young Norwegians, Ole Giæver’s award-winning historical drama follows a young woman who is unintentionally drawn into a protest against a dam that threatens Indigenous Sámi land.
Awarded the Golden Bear for Best Film at the 2022 Berlin Film Festival, Carla Simón's superb follow up to her popular debut Summer 1993 charts a multi-generational Catalan farming family who face eviction and an uncertain future.
Featuring a career-best Virginie Efira, Rebecca Zlotowski’s enchanting new romantic drama follows a woman whose outlook on life is upended when she starts a passionate relationship with a single father-of-one.
Set in the world of high cuisine in Bilbao, writer/director Joaquín Mazón’s delicious comedy hit follows a father and son whose unexpected and unpredictable reunion after thirty years apart puts their assumptions about cuisine and life to the test.
Based on remarkable true events, Alberto Rodríguez's captivating new thriller follows a young accountant who, imprisoned in late 70s Spain on trumped up charges, creates a systemic revolution from within.
Léa Seydoux stars in the sensitive and deeply-personal from acclaimed writer/director Mia Hansen-Løve (Things To Come), as a single mother trying to balance the emotional needs of her parents, her child and herself.
The extraordinary narrative debut feature by acclaimed documentarian Alice Diop depicts the gripping story of a young novelist who is forced to confront her own complex family history as she attends a notorious murder trial.
2022's #1 box office success in France, Cédric Jimenez’s captivating new thriller is an edge-of-your seat deep-dive into one of the most incredible manhunts in European history.
The uproariously entertaining new comedy hit from Louis Garrel charts the misguided attempts of a dedicated son who, in trying to protect his mother, finds himself embroiled in an elaborate heist plot.
Inspired by true events, Blandine Lenoir's warm and tender new film features the unstoppable Laure Calamy (Antoinette in the Cévennes, Full Time) as an ordinary woman who becomes emboldened by a cause far bigger than herself.
Karin Viard and Gregory Gadebois star in an enchanting, beautifully crafted romantic comedy about an unappreciated woman who finally allows herself to be open up to life and love.
The most autobiographical film to date from acclaimed writer/director Christophe Honoré (Sorry Angel, Inside Paris) follows a young man who, after being sent reeling by an unexpected loss, looks for comfort in all the wrong places.
The irrepressible Gérard Depardieu is at his best in writer/director Constance Meyer’s deft, highly enjoyable new fable about the unlikely friendship between an irascible, aging movie star and his bodyguard-turned-assistant.
Marion Cotillard and Melvil Poupaud star in the involving drama from Arnaud Desplechin (Kings & Queen, A Christmas Tale), as decades-long estranged siblings forced back into each other’s orbit by a family emergency.
Celebrated as one of the major European discoveries of the year, writer/director Laura Wandel’s extraordinary, sit-up-and-take-notice debut explores the complex world of children, as navigated by a sensitive, empathetic seven-year-old girl.