Manana, 52, is fed up with her life. She rents an apartment in Tbilisi, far from her parents, husband and children who wonder why she has left and whether she’ll return. A film that shifts with remarkable ease from solemnity to smiles.
In his new film, titan documentarian Claude Lanzmann takes us to North Korea, 1958, to a random, yet life-changing encounter between a young Frenchman and a nurse at the Red Cross hospital in Pyongyang, North Korea’s capital.
A rookie civil servant stationed in the jungle during elections in India, faces both guerrilla forces and the locals’ apathy toward the democratic process in a dramatic comedy, winner of the CICAE award at the 2017 Berlinale.
Discovering their factory’s equipment has been smuggled out by management, workers fear the worst and fight for their future. A captivating socially aware work, winner of The International Federation of Critics award.
A young artist involved in a complex relationship with a married film director visits a strange city. How important is love? She wonders. Korean master, Hong Sang-soo’s latest work, recipient of the Best Actress award at Berlinale 2017.
In the near future, all actors are computer animated and human actors are unemployed. An aging actor comes to the booth where the computer directs his monologue reading. This is the only place he can act.
An ornithologist’s boat is swept away by currents. Rescued by two Chinese pilgrims, he’s driven in to the forest where mysterious encounters force him to take extreme action. A widely acclaimed film, winner of Best Director at Locarno FF.
In contemporary Finland, a chance meeting between a salesman and a Syrian refugee provides them with abundant hope. Renowned Finnish director, Aki Kaurismäki’s new film won the Silver Bear prize for directing at Berlin this year.
A fascinating documentary that takes us behind the scenes of the Palais Garnier, one of the world’s most prestigious theatres. The film was shot over one performance season, the first under Stephane Lissner’s artistic direction.
Ten years after the games, the Olympic Village in Athens stands deserted and derelict, its facilities in ruins. Through the mischief of children who play on the grounds, the film traces the image of a lost generation, robbed of its future.
Patti Cake$, a white, overweight, charismatic and enormously talented rapper dreams of escaping her tedious life in New Jersey. With the help of good friends and her grandmother, Patti sets out to conquer the Hip-Hop scene.
This entire film takes place in a car - a father and daughter’s makeshift home - as they travel from city to city, sharing their love for music. Shot in virtual reality, it was the first of its kind to win an Oscar nomination.
A story of separation between a mother and her much loved daughter, who leaves the familial home in order to move in with her new boyfriend. A complicated relationship, full of jealously, love, and hatred.
A minimalistic animated film about facing fear. Piper, a baby bird leaves her mother’s nest on the seashore in search for food. With dinner in the water, Piper must overcome her fear of the ocean and dive into the waves.
The married life of an Iranian theatre persona collapses when he discovers he is sterile. A virtuosic film combining multiple cinematic devices to explore damaged masculinity, and show how a lie causes alienation within the couple’s relationship.
A fascinating, funny, and touching documentary about Afghanistan’s most popular filmmaker who over the past 30 years has directed, produced, and acted in more than 110 movies. Widely appreciated at Cannes this year.
A recently released convict, an alcoholic former policeman and a fugitive convict plan a jewelry heist. Gangster movie whiz Melville concocts an electrifying, yet subtle philosophical allegory. Starring Alain Delon and Yves Montand.
The love story between Jean-Luc Godard and actress Anne Wiazemsky against the backdrop of the events of May 1968. Michel Hazanavicius’s (The Artist) homage to the great French New Wave director. A mad comedy, at once witty, intelligent, and touching.
Rebellious rich kid Tubi is getting ready to host a neighborhood meetup with his idol, a socialist politician. When his father tries to take over the event, Tubi must hit the streets and win over the community's support.