The portrait of a woman nad her family of men in contemporary Iran.
Tag: Cannes Film Festival
An urgent and necessary hard film on war, so contemporary.
The trip of a young Danish priest to build a church in Iceland turns into an inner self-discovery, and a hard one too.
By depicting the story of two brothers’ devoting their life to protecting the black knite, Shaunak Sen with the documentary All that Breathes, explores the concept of toxicity in the air and among people.
A reverse Don Juan story to create a duet between two great actors: Tahar Rahim and Virginie Efira.
An unpredictable optimistic philosophical fable by screenwriter turned director Mikko Myllylahti.
Magic realism and the energy from a real and live neighbourhood in France are the keys for Clément Cogitore’s film in the Semaine de la Critique.
A dystopic future that warns today’s world.
A dreamlike tale about the infinite human connections.
Portraying a complex character in the aftermath of the Arab Spring.