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Directed by Carlos Marques-Marcet

Sergi and Alex, a young couple in Barcelona, are ready to take their passionate affair to the next level when

1001 grams

Directed by Bent Hamer

In this deadpan romantic comedy that recalls the absurdist-observational style of Jacques Tati, recently divorced scientist Marie travels to a

A Borrowed Identity (AKA Dancing Arabs)

Directed by Eran Riklis

Eyad, who grew up in an Arab town in Israel, is given the chance to go to a prestigious Jewish

A Summer’s Tale

Directed by Eric Rohmer

Long out of American distribution, Rohmer’s third installment of his “Tales of Four Seasons” cycle offers a vivid and witty

A Swedish Love Story

Directed by Roy Andersson

Andersson’s first feature, his thesis project at the Swedish Film Institute, was a great critical and popular success in his

Ali: Fear Eats the Soul

Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder

Fassbinder, who in his own way was always examining social norms and systems, here takes on the twin issues of

All Night Long

Directed by Basil Dearden

All Night Long takes the tragic sweep of Othello and narrows it into a brilliant drawing room thriller set in

Atlantic City

Directed by Louis Malle

“As if his 1940s noir hoodlum had lived to see the 1980s, Lancaster’s Lou Pasco catches only faint echoes of

August

Directed by Tomek Ślesicki

A film about first love and the things we do for it.

Awaara

Directed by Raj Kapoor

Known as “The Showman” by his contemporaries, Raj Kapoor produced, directed and starred in some of the most lasting classics

Beauty and the Beast

Directed by Jean Cocteau

A film of immense visual beauty and unparalleled imagination, Jean Cocteau’s Beauty and the Beast was the first of many

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