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107 Mothers

107 Mothers

This Venice prize winner captures the challenges of motherhood as experienced by a Ukrainian prison’s female inmates, separated from their children.

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1976

1976

In this tense thriller direct from Cannes, affluence offers no security as a woman wakes up to the dangerous realities of life in Pinochet’s Chile.

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Ahed's Knee

Ahed's Knee

Director Nadav Lapid

A filmmaker faces some home truths in this staggering, stylistically accomplished Cannes prize winner by auteur Nadav Lapid.

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Alcarràs

Alcarràs

The winner of the Berlinale’s Golden Bear for Best Film is a wistful, sun-drenched paean to family and tradition in the face of upheaval.

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All That Breathes

All That Breathes

Director Shaunak Sen

This Sundance winner follows two brothers whose commitment to rescuing birds highlights the need for humans to care for nature – and one another.

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The Apartment With Two Women

The Apartment With Two Women

Director Kim Se-in

This multiple Busan International Film Festival award-winner, including Actress of the Year, is an electrifying portrait of familial rupture.

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Are You Lonesome Tonight?

Are You Lonesome Tonight?

Director Wen Shipei

Screened at Cannes in 2021, this psychological crime thriller pushes genre into daring territory and heralds a major new Chinese filmmaking talent.

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Astel

Astel

An exquisitely told coming-of-age drama about a young Senegalese girl whose relationship with her father undergoes a significant shift.

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Audrey Napanangka

Audrey Napanangka

Producer Penelope McDonald returns to the director’s chair with this 10-years-in-the-making tribute to an artist, actor and proud Warlpiri woman.

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The Balcony Movie

The Balcony Movie

Acclaimed Polish documentarian Paweł Łoziński finds wonder and wisdom in the everyday from two floors up.

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Becoming Male in the Middle Ages

Becoming Male in the Middle Ages

A refreshingly original, sci-fi-tinged tale of gender, reproduction, normativity and family that follows two couples struggling with infertility.

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Before, Now & Then

Before, Now & Then

Amid Indonesia’s 1960s political upheaval, a woman in a loveless second marriage finds comfort and understanding from an unexpected quarter.

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The Blue Caftan

The Blue Caftan

A tailor wrestles with his sexuality in this deeply felt film about the many forms that love can take within and outside a marriage.

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The Box

The Box

A multilayered drama spotlighting the brutal world of labour in Mexico’s industrial borderlands through the eyes of a boy searching for his father.

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Boy From Heaven

Boy From Heaven

Director Tarik Saleh

Cannes’ Best Screenplay winner is a gripping, labyrinthine thriller that depicts the corruption and paranoia of Egypt’s religious and political elite.

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Broker

Broker

Hirokazu Kore-eda presents a film about an unlikely family unit on the run with an abandoned baby, starring K-pop idol IU and Parasite’s Song Kang-ho.

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Burning Days

Burning Days

Director Emin Alper

A community’s dark secrets bubble under the surface in this tense fish-out-of-water thriller.

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CAI-BER

CAI-BER

Desperate to escape the alienation of post-revolution Egypt, a young woman secretly arranges to flee Cairo for Berlin.

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The Cassandra Cat

The Cassandra Cat

This fantastical political allegory about a magical cat with the ability to see the good and bad in people won the 1963 Cannes Special Jury Prize.

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Children of the Mist

Children of the Mist

A delicately handled documentary portrait of a sparky teen girl torn between her community’s traditions and an independent future.

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City of Pirates

City of Pirates

Director Raoul Ruiz

A beguilingly provocative fairytale from Chilean master of experimental cinema Raúl Ruiz (The Wandering Soap Opera, Mysteries of Lisbon).

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Clara Sola

Clara Sola

In remote Costa Rica, a sheltered 40-year-old woman with healing gifts experiences a sexual and mystical awakening.

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Close

Close

Director Lukas Dhont

Childish homophobia poisons two teen boys’ lifelong friendship in this emotionally devastating Cannes Grand Prix–winning film from Lukas Dhont (Girl).

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Costa Brava, Lebanon

Costa Brava, Lebanon

Director Mounia Akl

A family escapes toxic Beirut for the idyllic countryside in this heartfelt, politically charged debut set in a near-future Lebanon.

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The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the Future

The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the Future

This surreal, offbeat fable of environmental destruction and familial reconciliation defies audience expectations at every turn.

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Creature

Creature

This dazzling, Locarno award-winning experimental work explores the interiority of a mind in which pain takes the form of a creature.

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The Crossing

The Crossing

Mixing realism and myth, this award-winning film uses a unique animation style to tell the story of two war-torn siblings with beauty, light and hope.

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The Dam

The Dam

Director Ali Cherri

In this Cannes Directors’ Fortnight feature debut, a humble Sudanese brickmaker has a magical side project: a mud golem with revolution on its mind.

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Decision to Leave

Decision to Leave

Park Chan-wook won Cannes’ Best Director award for this enchanting, exquisitely seductive neo-noir romance – his first film since The Handmaiden.

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De Humani Corporis Fabrica

De Humani Corporis Fabrica

Visionaries Véréna Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor craft a visceral hymn to life, death and the human body unlike anything the ever seen on film.

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Demon Pond

Demon Pond

Discover a masterpiece of Japanese cinema from one of the pioneers of the postwar period, a fantastic kabuki fable now magnificently restored.

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De Natura

De Natura

Two young girls take a walk through a transformative landscape.

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Domingo and the Mist

Domingo and the Mist

In this Cannes-premiering drama, a widower resists attempts to oust him from the land where his wife’s spirit returns to him as an ethereal mist.

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Eami

Eami

Director Paz Encina

The winner of Rotterdam’s Tiger Award melds magic realism, mythology, ecology and ethnography into an exquisite cine-poem.

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The Eight Mountains

The Eight Mountains

This breathtaking Cannes Jury Prize co-winner recounts a deep friendship between two young men whose paths reconnect in the Italian countryside.

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El Gran Movimiento

El Gran Movimiento

Director Kiro Russo

This stylistically daring film, which won Venice’s Orizzonti Special Jury Prize, follows a miner’s labyrinthine (head)trip through Bolivia’s capital.

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Everybody Loves Jeanne

Everybody Loves Jeanne

An unconventional rom-com and a compelling portrait of grief that makes innovative use of hand-drawn animation within its live-action narrative.

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Evolution (Kornél Mundruczó)

Evolution (Kornél Mundruczó)

Contemporary Europe, Jewish identity and the legacy of the Holocaust form a bubbling cauldron in this intergenerational triptych.

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Évolution (Lucile Hadžihalilović)

Évolution (Lucile Hadžihalilović)

The striking second feature from Lucile Hadžihalilović plunges headlong into the mysterious dreamscape of childhood fantasies and fears.

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The Exam

The Exam

Women’s liberation gets the high-stakes treatment in this slick Kurdish thriller about two sisters swindling their way to academic success.

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Final Cut

Final Cut

Romain Duris and Bérénice Bejo star in Cannes’s Opening Night film: a gory, goofy remake of Shin’ichirō Ueda’s cult zombie comedy One Cut of the Dead.

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Foragers

Foragers

Culinary tradition clashes with political sanctions in award-winning Palestinian artist Jumana Manna’s contemplative third feature.

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Futura

Futura

Three of Italy’s finest filmmakers take to the road to craft a humanistic portrait of the country today, as seen through the eyes of its youth.

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Gemini

Gemini

Strange things are afoot at the opera as Angel, a countertenor, and his twin brother prepare for an audition that will change their lives.

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The Goddess

The Goddess

Satyajit Ray’s 1960 masterwork on the dangerous superstitions rumbling through 19th-century Hindu society challenged patriarchy and conservatism.

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Godland

Godland

In this spectacularly shot late-19th-century-set drama, an unwelcome priest is pushed to the limits of his faith and humanity.

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Goodbye Jérôme!

Goodbye Jérôme!

In this funny, funky and surreal hand-drawn animation, Jérôme arrives in heaven in search of his late wife.

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Harka

Harka

This engrossing, Cannes-premiering debut explores the trials and tribulations of a young Tunisian man in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution.

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Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

A vivid and empathetic inside look at one of Naples’ toughest neighbourhoods, where one boy finds his dreams threatened by a dark legacy.

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Hit the Road

Hit the Road

The debut feature from Jafar Panahi’s son Panah – a 2021 Directors’ Fortnight title – is a chaotic, tender road trip set against a rugged landscape.

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Holy Cowboys

Holy Cowboys

In small-town India, a teenage boy and his friends set off on a quest to become saviours of the holy cow.

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Holy Spider

Holy Spider

Director Ali Abbasi

In this polemical Iranian noir, an intrepid female journalist hunts down a serial killer who believes he’s doing Allah’s work.

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Home

Home

A young Rwandan woman returns to her family home in this Locarno award-winning drama that takes an unflinching look at domestic violence.

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A House Made of Splinters

A House Made of Splinters

This Sundance winner offers a timely, immersive glimpse at the lives of Ukrainian children near the frontlines of the pre-invasion war with Russia.

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I Am Trying to Remember

I Am Trying to Remember

This powerful act of collective cultural memory mixes archival footage, stills and recollections to summon the ghosts of the Iranian Revolution.

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Il Buco

Il Buco

The 2021 Venice competition’s Special Jury Prize winner is a gorgeous meditation on light, landscape and the passage of history.

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I'm So Sorry

I'm So Sorry

Director Zhao Liang

Zhao Liang presents a majestic visual elegy to remind us of nuclear power’s catastrophic potential, even as a viable alternative to fossil fuels.

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Incredible but True

Incredible but True

French fabulist Quentin Dupieux returns with a goofball comedy involving time travel, the pandemic and one man’s robotic penis.

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Inferno

Inferno

One of the 1980s’ most underrated horror films, giallo genius Dario Argento’s thematic sequel to Suspiria is a masterwork of malevolence and unease.

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In Front of Your Face

In Front of Your Face

In this sensitive Cannes-premiering drama, Hong Sang-soo reaffirms his status as a master miniaturist of the human condition.

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In His Mercy

In His Mercy

On the eve of his execution, a prisoner’s attempts to escape lead him down a rabbit hole of hallucinations.

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Inner Outer Space

Inner Outer Space

This Oberhausen Special Mention recipient explores the relationships between characters and landscape, image and sound, materiality and artifice.

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Innocence

Innocence

Marion Cotillard stars in this powerful, Gothic coming-of-age tale from Lucile Hadžihalilović, based on a late-19th-century novella by Frank Wedekind.

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Jane by Charlotte

Jane by Charlotte

Charlotte Gainsbourg makes her directorial debut with this tender, quietly revelatory portrait of her mother, Jane Birkin.

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Joyland

Joyland

Director Saim Sadiq

In the first ever Pakistani film to premiere at Cannes – where it won the Queer Palm – a young man is torn between social conformity and pleasure.

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La bouche de Jean-Pierre

La bouche de Jean-Pierre

In Lucile Hadžihalilović’s evocatively unsettling debut, a child is exposed to a hostile world.

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La Jauría

La Jauría

This Cannes prize winner offers an engrossing take on violence through the lens of an unorthodox attempt at rehabilitation in the Colombian jungle.

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Leila's Brothers

Leila's Brothers

This panoramic family drama – which plays out like a Tehran-based take on Dickens or Zola – heralds one of Iran’s most exciting up-and-coming voices.

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Lingui, the Sacred Bonds

Lingui, the Sacred Bonds

In Chad, where religion rules with an iron fist, a teenage girl seeks to end her pregnancy.

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A Male

A Male

A Male is a distinctly authentic coming-of-age story that doubles as a smart and probing study of the havoc wreaked by toxic masculinity.

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Mediterranean Fever

Mediterranean Fever

Director Maha Haj

Un Certain Regard’s 2022 Best Screenplay winner is a disarming odd-couple story of middle age, male bonding and mental health in the Middle East.

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Metronom

Metronom

Betrayal wears many faces in this award-winning debut that recreates the hardships of life for young Romanians in the 1970s.

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The Mole Song - Final

The Mole Song - Final

No flinching: here comes the unfettered concluding instalment of the manic yakuza trilogy that only Takashi Miike can deliver.

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Mom's Cat

Mom's Cat

Gather up your feline friends for this freaky, funny film about a furry manchild.

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Moshari

Moshari

Winner of SXSW’s Midnight Shorts Jury Award, this supernatural short follows two sisters forced inside a mosquito net to survive the end of the world.

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The Mountain

The Mountain

Stunning widescreen cinematography will keep you locked to the screen in this man-in-wilderness tale set among the glaciers of the French Alps.

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Mr Landsbergis

Mr Landsbergis

Ukraine’s greatest living filmmaker returns with another epic hunt through the Soviet archives: a lauded deconstruction of the ‘Singing Revolution’.

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Murmurs of the Jungle

Murmurs of the Jungle

A grandmother teaches her grandson about the origins of their remote Indigenous village in this stunning, ethereal short.

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My Imaginary Country

My Imaginary Country

Direct from Cannes comes Chilean master Patricio Guzmán’s latest razor-sharp reflection on his homeland: a chronicle of the Santiago uprising of 2019.

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My Small Land

My Small Land

Hirokazu Kore-eda protégé Ema Kawawada debuts with this heart-rending drama exploring the little-seen world of Kurdish asylum seekers in Japan.

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Nectar

Nectar

Inside a pavilion in the centre of a flower garden, five women serve their queen.

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A Night of Knowing Nothing

A Night of Knowing Nothing

Youthful passion and India’s turbulent politics come to life in this lyrical documentary that won the 2021 Cannes Golden Eye award.

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No Dogs or Italians Allowed

No Dogs or Italians Allowed

An Annecy Jury Award–winning stop-motion animation that takes us on an adventure across the Alps – and into the dreams of an Italian immigrant family.

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The Novelist's Film

The Novelist's Film

Hong Sang-soo reunites with muse Kim Min-hee for another casually evocative tale of chance encounters, which won the Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize.

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Nowhere to Go but Everywhere

Nowhere to Go but Everywhere

After the sudden and devastating loss of his wife during a tsunami, a Japanese man confronts his grief by learning how to scuba-dive.

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One Fine Morning

One Fine Morning

Léa Seydoux is sublime in Mia Hansen-Løve’s deeply personal family drama about the upheavals and unexpected joys of everyday life.

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Pacifiction

Pacifiction

Catalan provocateur Albert Serra’s most dazzling work yet is a Polynesian fever dream full of dark intrigue, ghost submarines and creeping menace.

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Pamfir

Pamfir

An honest man in a corrupt border village fatefully agrees to one last job, leading to a showdown during the local pagan carnival.

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The Passengers of the Night

The Passengers of the Night

Charlotte Gainsbourg is the essence of Gallic cool in this moody, insouciant film from French dramatist Mikhaël Hers (Amanda).

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The Pawnshop

The Pawnshop

A dark but tender docu-comedy about the eccentric proprietors of Poland’s largest pawnshop – and their absurd idea to save a business lost in time.

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Peter von Kant

Peter von Kant

A classic Fassbinder film is reimagined as a story of sadomasochistic queer male desire – and a riff on the auteur’s own tumultuous personal life.

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Pilgrims

Pilgrims

Blending character drama and procedural piece, this Lithuanian film follows two people visiting the sites of an immense loss in search of closure.

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Plan 75

Plan 75

This disquieting sci-fi drama direct from Cannes envisions a dark path for Japan’s ageing population.

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Playground

Playground

A gripping child’s-eye view of the cycles of bullying and how the schoolyard mirrors the ‘playground’ of adult life.

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Prayers for the Stolen

Prayers for the Stolen

This adaptation of Jennifer Clement’s bestselling novel explores the visceral impact of Mexican drug cartels on the lives of three young girls.

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The Quiet Girl

The Quiet Girl

Still waters run deep in this Irish-language story of love and loss set in 1980s Ireland, awarded the Berlinale’s Generation Kplus Grand Prix.

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Reflection

Reflection

War and its personal fallout go under the microscope in this tale of one man’s struggle to live on in post-Maidan Ukraine.

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Return to Dust

Return to Dust

Director Li Ruijun

Two discarded people in rural China are forced into an arranged marriage but find themselves falling tenderly in love.

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Rimini

Rimini

Austrian master of discomfort Ulrich Seidl returns with his first narrative feature in nine years: an irresistible study of a sleazy songster.

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R.M.N.

R.M.N.

Palme d’Or–winning director Cristian Mungiu’s latest is an uncompromising, masterful psychodrama that takes on xenophobia in small-town Transylvania.

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Robe of Gems

Robe of Gems

The 2022 winner of the Berlinale’s Silver Bear Jury Prize is a haunting exploration of the murky complexities of the Mexican drug trade.

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Rodeo

Rodeo

A daredevil female motorcyclist revs after a place to belong in this high-octane French genre mashup.

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Saloum

Saloum

Explosive action, supernatural horror and subversive politics collide in this Senegalese film about mercenaries marooned in a spooky coastal paradise.

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Sambizanga

Sambizanga

The first feature film to have been directed by a woman from Africa is a powerful masterwork of anti-colonial and feminist cinema.

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Same Old

Same Old

A Chinese delivery driver has his rental bike stolen in this devastating, Bicycle Thieves–esque drama about lives on the edge of poverty.

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Sandstorm

Sandstorm

Director Seemab Gul

A Karachi schoolgirl’s world falls apart after she shares a sensual dance video with her virtual boyfriend, who proceeds to blackmail her.

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Sick of Myself

Sick of Myself

Meet the new Worst Person in the World: dangerously narcissistic and disastrously insecure, she’s ready to do whatever it takes to get your attention.

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Something in the Garden

Something in the Garden

This spooky SXSW prize-winning short follows a teenager who encounters something eerie in his neighbour’s backyard.

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The Sound of Dreaming

The Sound of Dreaming

Across place and time, lucid dreams reconnect two people who once crossed paths.

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The Spirit of the Beehive

The Spirit of the Beehive

One of the most beloved and admired Spanish films ever made, which has inspired filmmakers for generations – including Lucile Hadžihalilović.

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The Stranger (Ameer Fakher Eldin)

The Stranger (Ameer Fakher Eldin)

Palestine’s stunning entry for the Best International Feature Film Oscar tangles with occupation and oppression in the contested Golan Heights region.

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Subtotals

Subtotals

A haunting, poetic study of life, love and the mysteries of time comprised of super-8 home movies from Iran.

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The Tale of King Crab

The Tale of King Crab

This Viennale FIPRESCI Prize–winning, quasi-doco picaresque parable wrapped in a mythic western treasure hunt would make Herzog and Pasolini proud.

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That Kind of Summer

That Kind of Summer

Following his exploration of male entitlement in Social Hygiene, Denis Côté returns with an intimate look at female sexuality – well, hypersexuality.

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Tori and Lokita

Tori and Lokita

The Dardennes present another heartbreaking, empathetic tale from the margins of Belgium’s underclass, which won the Cannes 75th Anniversary Prize.

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Tremor

Tremor

Fresh from Cannes, this provocative short follows a young disabled man whose life is disrupted after an incident during water therapy for his spasms.

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The Tsugua Diaries

The Tsugua Diaries

Both a “lockdown journal” and a piece of fiction, this collaboration between Portuguese auteurs pushes the limits between truth and tale.

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Tsutsué

Tsutsué

A moving story of two Ghanaian boys haunted by the loss of their older brother.

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Unclenching the Fists

Unclenching the Fists

Winner of the 2021 Prix Un Certain Regard at Cannes, this drama from the producers of Beanpole travels to the dark heart of an unusual family.

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Under the Fig Trees

Under the Fig Trees

An elegant, intimate drama of sisterhood and generational conflict that explores the lives of three women on a Tunisian orchard.

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Unicorn Wars

Unicorn Wars

Bambi meets Apocalypse Now in this anti-conflict animation, with teddy-bear crusaders facing off against unicorn eco-warriors in an enchanted forest.

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Unrest

Unrest

A playfully formalist study of a Swiss anarchist movement at the dawn of global capitalism, awarded Best Director in Berlin’s Encounters section.

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Utama

Utama

An elderly Quecha couple face climate change in this tale of love, survival and tradition at high altitude, which won a Grand Jury Prize at Sundance.

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Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

Alice in Wonderland meets Nosferatu in this late masterpiece of the Czech New Wave from Jaromil Jireš (The Safebreaker, Romance).

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Vive L’Amour

Vive L’Amour

A stunning 2K restoration of the Venice Golden Lion winner that secured Tsai Ming-liang’s position as one of the world’s greatest auteurs.

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Vortex

Vortex

Director Gaspar Noe

Gaspar Noé comes for your ageing parents in this pitiless yet emotionally powerful examination of fragile mortality (starring the Dario Argento).

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Warsha

Warsha

Director Dania Bdeir

This surprising and transcendent Sundance award-winner stars a gender-defying belly dancer as a crane operator in Beirut.

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The Water

The Water

A summertime romance awakens a Spanish town’s superstitious history in this lyrical drama about the gifts and burdens of family legacies.

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The Water Murmurs

The Water Murmurs

Director Story Chen

The 2022 Cannes Short Film Palme d’Or winner is a hypnotic work that watches with strange wonder as the world ends in the aftermath of an asteroid.

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We Are Still Here

We Are Still Here

From the ancient past to a dystopian future, this genre-hopping First Nations anthology film challenges colonial myths and celebrates resistance.

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We Might As Well Be Dead

We Might As Well Be Dead

A sanctuary on the fringes of a dystopian civilisation crumbles from its own oppressive prejudices in this inventive and surreal feature debut.

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We, Students!

We, Students!

An rare look at life in the Central African Republic as four students are thrown personal and emotional curveballs on their path to a better future.

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Whether the Weather Is Fine

Whether the Weather Is Fine

Locarno’s Cinema e Gioventù Prize winner blends drama, absurdity and humour in depicting a Philippine city’s survival in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.

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Will My Parents Come to See Me

Will My Parents Come to See Me

Director Mo Harawe

A Somali prison guard accompanies a young man convicted of terrorism through the final 24 hours before his execution.

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Will-o'-the-Wisp

Will-o'-the-Wisp

From the director of The Ornithologist comes a sexy queer sci-fi musical extravaganza, in which a dying king recalls a youth of lust and firefighting.

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Will You Look at Me

Will You Look at Me

Director Shuli Huang

Winner of Cannes’ Short Film Queer Palm, this tender, ethereal essay follows a Chinese filmmaker returning home in search of love and acceptance.

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Winter's Harvest

Winter's Harvest

Calabrians in the outer suburbs of Melbourne slaughter a pig to make food for the winter.

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You Won't Be Alone

You Won't Be Alone

This unique Gothic vision from an uncompromising Australian filmmaker makes for one of 2022’s best first films.

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Yuni

Yuni

Toronto’s 2021 Platform Prize winner is a vibrant yet bittersweet portrait of adolescent girlhood colliding with the weight of cultural expectations.

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