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  • The Innocent

    The Innocent

    Fun French screwball caper.  Writer-director Louis Garrel also stars as young Lyons widower Abel, who becomes suspicious of his mother’s new husband, ex-con Michel. 

  • Joyland

    Joyland

    Touching, bittersweet Pakistani family drama.  Different members of an extended family in Lahore struggle with the restrictions imposed on their lives by strict cultural norms. 

  • Rififi

    Rififi

    Enormously influential French crime classic: Jules Dassin depicts the perfect heist in more ways than one, telling his story so effectively that he provided the template for the entire heist movie genre.  Best Director Award, Cannes. 

  • River

    River

    Charming Japanese sci-fi comedy from the team behind the smash-hit “Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes”. The hundred-year-old Fujiya inn in the quiet region of Kyoto is stuck in a time loop, with hilarious results.

  • Beau Travail

    Beau Travail

    Claire Denis’ sensual, impressionistic masterpiece – loosely based on ‘Billy Budd’, relocated to a French Foreign Legion outpost in Djibouti – was voted 7th Greatest Film of All Time in Sight & Sound’s Critics Poll 2022.

  • Cairo Conspiracy

    Cairo Conspiracy

    A gripping, compelling political thriller: a fisherman’s son becomes embroiled in the power games of contemporary Cairo.

  • Name Me Lawand

    Name Me Lawand

    Inspirational documentary charting, with a striking visual style, the journey of a profoundly deaf child refugee seeking to communicate and be understood.

  • Holy Spider

    Holy Spider

    Zar Amir Ebrahimi won Best Actress at Cannes for her role as an investigative journalist going undercover to track down a killer.

  • All That Breathes

    All That Breathes

    After a successful world premiere at the 2022 Sundance Festival, Shaunak Sen’s documentary on two brothers who tend injured Black Kites in New Delhi went on to pick up major awards at Cannes and the London Film Festival, and was nominated for both the Oscars and BAFTAs. Focusing on a particular ecological crisis in the…

  • Nostalgia

    Nostalgia

    Nostalgia is based on a 2016 novel by Ermanno Rea, brought to the screen by the distinguished and prolific Italian auteur Mario Martone, who was born in Naples in 1959 and has since directed more than 30 films. Now a Rome resident, he was during the 1990s associated with the new wave of Neapolitan cinema…

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