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’71

Directed by Yann Demange

“A riveting thriller set in the mean streets of Belfast over the course of 24 hours, ’71 brings the grim

A Taxi Driver

Directed by Hun Jang

A Taxi Driver begins as a comic, period road movie before taking a serious turn to reflect on a critical

Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas

Directed by Arnaud des Pallieres

Arnaud de Pallières’s adaptation of Heinrich von Kleist’s 1808 novella, a classic of German Romanticism, explores a fault line between

American Epic

Directed by Bernard MacMahon

Presented by Robert Redford, T Bone Burnett and Jack White, and produced for the BBC’s Arena and PBS, MacMahon and

And We Were Young

Directed by Andy Smetanka

Andy Smetanka’s work has ranged from creating a short segment for Guy Maddin’s MY WINNEPEG to ‘The Bachelor and the

Back to 1942

Directed by Feng Xiaogang

In 1942, Henan province was devastated by the most tragic famine in modern Chinese history, resulting in the deaths of

Belle

Directed by Amma Asante

Often missing from the gorgeous settings, romances, and sophisticated language of English period dramas is the institution at the foundation

Beloved Sisters

Directed by Dominik Graf

In this sumptuous costume drama set in late-18th-century Germany, two aristocratic sisters find themselves drawn inexorably to the young ‘Sturm

By the Salish Sea

Directed by Serge Gregory

On the Northwest coast in the early 19th century, a Salish native’s dream quest is disturbed by the arrival of

Carry On

Directed by Yatao Li

During the brutal withdrawal of Japanese forces at the end of WWII, a Chinese father does whatever he can to

Circles

Directed by Srdan Golubovic

Circles unfolds as a triptych, exploring the moral convolutions of guilt and complex story strands that emerge from one fateful moment.

Embrace of the Serpent

Directed by Ciro Guerra

Crosscutting stories set decades apart, Guerra weaves two parallel journeys between a lone Amazonian shaman and western scientists in search of