Selected highlights from our earlier catalogue.
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.