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  • Dogman

    Directed by Matteo Garrone

    The latest drama from Matteo Garrone features a Cannes award-winning performance from Marcello Fonte as a gentle dog groomer who finds himself in a dangerous relationship with a violent former boxer.

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  • Faces Places

    Directed by Agnès Varda

    Face Places sees iconic filmmaker Agnès Varda forging an unexpected collaboration with photographer JR as they embark on a road trip like no other.

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  • The Guardians

    Directed by Xavier Beauvois

    Xavier Beauvois' latest is a powerful drama depicting a mother and daughter's struggles to keep the family farm together during the Great War.

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  • Leaning Into The Wind

    Directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer

    A lushly-visualized travelogue, British sculptor and environmentalist Andy Goldsworthy's work and Thomas Riedelsheimer's exquisite cinematography redefine landscape and inextricably tie human life to the natural world.

  • Apostasy

    Directed by Dan Kokotajlo

    Written and directed by Daniel Kokotajlo, a former Jehovah's Witness, 'Apostasy' is a remarkable and authentic debut film that provides rare insight into the complex nature of faith, family, duty and love.

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  • Mary Shelley

    Directed by Haifaa Al-Mansour

    The tempestuous romance that inspired one of Gothic literature’s most influential works is brought to life in Mary Shelley, a luscious and moving period drama starring Elle Fanning and directed by Haifaa al-Mansour (Wadjda).

  • L'Amant Double

    Directed by François Ozon

    François Ozon returns with 'L’Amant Double', a sleek but gleefully irreverent erotic thriller that sees the prolific French auteur ramping up the sexual tension while keeping his tongue firmly in his cheek.

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  • Jeune Femme

    Directed by Léonor Serraille

    First-time filmmaker Léonor Serraille and the dazzling Laetitia Dosch burst onto the scene with 'Jeune Femme', a raucous and playful portrait of a woman in her early 30s in Paris. Anarchic, complicated and undeniably charming, this is the French hot-mess heroine we’ve long been waiting for.

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