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  • The Translators

    From writer/director Régis Roinsard (Populaire), this ingenious and entertaining new whodunit is an Agathe Christie-style mystery in the vein of recent hits Knives Out and Murder on the Orient Express, centering on nine international language experts, assembled by a supercilious publisher (Lambert Wilson) to translate an eagerly awaited final book of a best-selling Dragon Tattoo-esque […]

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  • Corpus Christi

    Inspired by true events, Jan Komasa’s 2020 Academy Award-nominated drama CORPUS CHRISTI 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. Featuring a simply jaw-dropping lead performance from Bartosz Bielenia, Komasa’s disciplined and unflinching film astutely navigates themes of […]

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  • In The Name Of The Land

    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. The debut feature of photojournalist Édouard Bergeon, the film is a deeply personal one, inspired by his own childhood and dedicated to his parents. Rich […]

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  • How To Be A Good Wife

    Three of France’s most endearing leading ladies – Juliette Binoche, Noémie Lvovsky and Yolande Moreau – star in HOW TO BE A GOOD WIFE, the eagerly anticipated new comedy by César-winner Martin Provost (Séraphine, The Midwife). In cinemas Boxing Day, with special advance screenings from December 10. Read More →

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