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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).
Three of France’s most endearing leading ladies – Juliette Binoche, Noémie Lvovsky and Yolande Moreau – star in the eagerly anticipated new comedy by César-winner Martin Provost (Seraphine, The Midwife).
Guillaume Canet gives a superb, career-best performance in this remarkable and heartfelt rural drama about succession and resilience which became an unexpected box office phenomenon and national talking-point in France in 2019.
Inspired by true events, Jan Komasa’s 2020 Oscar-nominated drama is a remarkable tale of morality and redemption, about a charismatic young ex-convict who fooled an entire Polish village by falsely posing as a priest.
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.
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.
From writer/director Régis Roinsard (Populaire), this ingenious and wicked crime ‘whodunit’ sees nine international language experts as suspects, when the first ten pages of a new literary blockbuster is leaked online.
Writer/director Guillaume Canet reunites the entire cast from his 2010 comedy smash Little White Lies (a film that achieved a stunning 5.2 million admissions worldwide) for this highly-anticipated follow up.
Hlynur Pálmason confirms the promise of his award-winning debut Winter Brothers with this spellbinding and darkly humorous new drama about a stoic grandfather whose emotional reserves are pushed to their limits.
The delicious new film by acclaimed writer/director Christophe Honoré (Love Songs, Inside Paris) is a light and playful new comedy about love and fidelity set over the course of one life-changing night.
A superb all-star quartet in stellar form leads the terrific new comedy of manners from Daniel Cohen, the story of life-long friends whose loyalties to each other are unexpectedly tested.
Vincent Lacoste stars in the wry and engaging comedy debut from Antoine de Bary, the a story of a former child star whose life’s in a downward spiral as he approaches thirty, taking influence not only from the 60’s New Wave but the shaggy-dog indies of Gen-X USA.
Writer/director Julien Rappeneau’s follow-up to his 2016 debut hit Rosalie Blum is an uplifting, family-friendly story about the power of a child’s love, and the lengths that one boy will go to to help get his father’s life back on track.
From master auteur Kore-eda Hirokazu (Shoplifters), THE TRUTH unites French screen icons Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche for the first time, as a movie star diva and her estranged daughter.
From the Oscar-nominated creators of ‘Embrace of the Serpent’ comes an epic, visually exquisite crime sage about the destabilising effect of Western influences on the familial traditions and rituals of a proud indigenous family.
Juliette Binoche is phenomenal in Saffy Nebbou’s gripping and tantalising new drama, as a divorced mother whose life is upended when she becomes entangled in an online relationship with dangerous repercussions.
The smash-hit comedy of the Lavazza Italian Film Festival, Alessandro Genovessi’s hilarious, feel-good new romantic comedy is a heart-warming story of a complicated trip to the altar, based on a long running off-Broadway hit play.
Based on an Haruki Murakami short story, Korean master Chang-dong Lee’s remarkable new film, the most acclaimed of Cannes, is a gripping psychological study of thwarted love, ambition and obsession.
A critical and audience favourite at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, Paweł Pawlikowski’s ravishing, music-fuelled romance charts two mismatched lovers caught between East and West in 1950s Europe.
From César-winning writer/director Martin Provost (Séraphine), THE MIDWIFE marks the remarkable pairing of two of French cinema’s most beloved stars, Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot.
Writer/director Martin Zandvliet’s multi award-winning historical drama tells a gripping story of redemption and forgivenesss, as it follows a group of captured soldiers in Denmark in the immediate aftermath of WWII.
The multi award-winning new comedy of manners from Paolo Genovese is a fiendishly clever take on decorum in the age of modern technology, and poses the question: how well do we really know those close to us?
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.
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.
A captivating new star is born in THE BÉLIER FAMILY, Eric Lartigau’s uproarious new comedy about family ties, the joy of music and breaking free, introducing beautiful newcomer Louane Emera.
Heralded in Cannes (and declared a “5-star masterpiece” by The Guardian), the stunning new film from modern Russian master Andrey Zvyagintzev (The Return, Elena) is a gripping parable of class, faith and corruption.
Winner of the 2014 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, THE GREAT BEAUTY is Paolo Sorrentino’s evocative tale of hedonism and lost love, and an extraordinary depiction of contemporary Rome.
A love story told in two unique parts, Miguel Gomes' TABU is, quite simply, a film unlike anything you’ve ever seen: an enthralling story of obsession, memory and dangerous forbidden romance.
The 2012 Academy Award Best Foreign Language Film nominee MONSIEUR LAZHAR is a profoundly moving story about a group of young schoolchildren coming to terms with the adult world well before their time.