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A magnificent career highlight for both Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson, Noah Baumbach’s latest explores a custody battle that pushes a couple to their breaking point.
In his follow-up to the Oscar-nominated Shoplifters, Hirokazu Kore-eda tackles the complexities of family dynamics in this charming French-language film starring Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche.
Oscar-nominated director Fernando Meirelles (City of God) has crafted a riveting character drama in The Two Popes, which sees Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce in a verbal battle of wits over the future direction of the Catholic Church.
Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Cannes Film Festival, Les Misérables, Ladj Ly’s powerful debut, is a timely and bold film that looks unflinchingly at the powder-keg dynamics that fuel social unrest, with insights as valid today as in Hugo’s time.
Set in 18th century Brittany, Portrait of a Lady on Fire is an exquisitely elegant French drama, an enigmatic romance between a painter and her subject.
On vacation in Senegal, a young Spanish woman pursues a romance with a handsome local tour guide, only to discover the destructive forces of barriers wrought by privilege, bias and power imbalance.
With just ten days to plan and execute their wedding, Lauren and Ned must find Lauren’s mother, whose midlife crisis prompted her to disappear in the remote far north of Australia.
Independent filmmaker Alan Berliner considers the power of photography and what may be lost as daily newspapers face extinction, in this documentary exploring his near-lifelong obsession with clipping and indexing photos.
Urgently topical and impossible not to watch, By the Grace of God dramatizes the true story of three adult men in France who bonded together to seek justice against a priest who sexually molested them in their childhood.
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