2019

Our films for 2019.

  • Loro

    Seduction, glamour, corruption, drugs and raucous poolside parties: the life and times of scandal-plagued Silvio Berlusconi have long-demanded a screen depiction, and who else to deliver it than Paolo Sorrentino.

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  • Burning

    Based on a Haruki Murakami short story, Korean master Lee Chang-dong’s remarkable new film, the most acclaimed of Cannes, is a gripping psychological study of thwarted love, ambition and obsession.

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  • Sorry Angel

    Winner of the 2018 Prix Louis Delluc, France’s most prestigious cinema award, this is the most personal, resonant and emotionally rich work to date from Christophe Honoré (Inside Paris, Love Songs, Beloved).

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  • Happy As Lazzaro

    Beloved by audiences and critics at Cannes (where it was awarded the Best Screenplay prize), Alice Rohrwacher’s beautiful new film is beguiling allegory of love, loss and compassion exploring the troubled soul of Italy.

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  • Birds of Passage

    The astounding, highly-anticipated new film from the creators of the Embrace of the Serpent tells the epic origin story of the Colombian drug trade through the unique perspective of a proud indigenous family.

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  • Dogman

    The hotly anticipated and award winning new crime thriller from writer/director Matteo Garrone (Gomorrah), DOGMAN is a hugely compelling, based-on-fact tale of a gentle dog lover driven to take a stand against a local bully.

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  • An Unexpected Love

    Juan Vera’s smart, funny and hugely entertaining romantic comedy hit features two of Spanish-language cinema’s most beloved stars, the superb Ricardo Darín and Mercedes Morán.

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