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La Haine

A bold and blisteringly effective look at social and economic division against the backdrop of '90s Paris.

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Little Joe

British-Austrian director Jessica Hausner's first English language feature.

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Last and First Men

A stunning audio-visual, science-fiction essay on human mortality and the end of all things from the late, great Jóhann Jóhannsson.

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A semi-autobiographical story of family devotion, migration and a sense of belonging in ‘80s America from director Lee Issac Chung.

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The Rider

Chloé Zhao’s astonishing portrayal of life among rodeo cowboys in South Dakota’s Sioux community.

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In My Blood It Runs

An intimate observational documentary following a 10-year-old Aboriginal boy and his family as they strive to give him the best education possible.

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See the world through the eyes and ears of three canine friends.

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Iorram (Boat Song)

A lyrical portrait of the fishing community in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides.

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Poly Styrene: I am a Cliché

The death of punk icon Poly Styrene sends her daughter on a journey through her mother's archives in this intimate documentary.

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British aid worker Hana finds solace in the majestic city of Luxor, where she encounters a former lover.

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Two mysterious strangers dressed in black appear at a Hungarian village. Within a few hours, everything changes.

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A thoughtful and strikingly elegant portrait of the emigrant experience.

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Gints Zilbalodis' dreamy and minimalist animation, which was over three years in the making.

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Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins

A sharp and intensely enjoyable documentary looking at the life and work of media firebrand Molly Ivins.

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Love Child

A poignant portrait of a family of asylum seekers desperate to start a new life, but stalled in bureaucratic limbo.

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Viggo Mortensen explores the fractures and contrasts of a contemporary family in his feature directorial debut.

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Amber and Me

A tender portrait of the bonds of sisterhood, marking World Down Syndrome Day.

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The Three Kings

The Three Kings offers a fascinating look at three remarkable men and managers and how their upbringings shaped their lives and their football teams.

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The Traitor

The true story of Tommaso Buscetta, the man who brought down the Cosa Nostra.

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Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan

A deep dives into the life of the tortured Irish vocalist, best known as the lead singer and songwriter of the Pogues.

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Les Misérables

A fast-paced and urgent feature challenging traditional opinions of what it means to be French.

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An elite, corporate assassin uses brain-implant technology to take control of other people's bodies in this intriguing, psychological horror.

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The Painted Bird

A story exposing the relentlessly brutal nature of war on an immersive and monumental scale.

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A White, White Day

This story of grief, revenge and unconditional love is both visually arresting and emotionally rewarding.

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Persian Lessons

A powerful look at truth, memory and the power of language.

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The Capote Tapes

The film explores the impact of Capote's explosive unfinished novel.

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Jeremy Sims' funny and touching comedy takes inspiration from Grímur Hákonarson's 2015 film Hrútar.

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Documentary on the famed jazz singer, Billie Holiday.

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A 38 year old handyman at a naturist camp goes on a quest to find his stolen hammer.

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