Leon and Felix spend the summer together in a holiday home on the Baltic coast. They meet Nadja and Devid and together they experiment with love. But soon the nearby forest begins to blaze... Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at this year's Berlinale!
Models Carl and Yaya are navigating the world of fashion while exploring the boundaries of their relationship. The couple are invited for a luxury cruise with a rogues’ gallery of super-rich passengers, a Russian oligarch, British arms dealers and an idiosyncratic, alcoholic, Marx-quoting captain....See more details
A group of students have embraced Maoist ideals and strive to incite revolution through terrorist violence. The group eventually plots to assassinate a high-ranking Russian governmental official who is visiting Paris, but things don't go according to plan. Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the 1967 Venice film festival!
Charlie, a morbidly obese English instructor, teaches online writing courses but keeps his webcam off, to hide his physical appearance. Charlie hopes to reconnect with Ellie, his estranged teenage daughter, but she doesn't want to know anything about him. And yet, maybe there is a way... Winner of Academy Awards for Brendan Fraser's performance and for Best Make Up!
Arthur and his wife, Annie, are fugitives, perpetually on the run from federal authorities due to their antiwar activity during the 1960s. The couple moves around the country with their two sons, young Harry and his older teenage brother, Danny. On the verge of adulthood, Danny longs to set out on his own and live a more stable life, but is he ready to leave his family behind?
Danish filmmaker Lea Glob followed famous artist Apolonia Sokol more than a decade, as she sought her place in the art world, grappling with the agonies and joys of womanhood, the relationships with others and her own body and creation. Now the two women reflect on each other's paths in this mesmerizing film about art, love, motherhood, sexuality, representation and how to succeed in a world dominated by patriarchy, capitalism, and war, without losing oneself.
Italian poet, playwright and director Aldo Braibanti is jailed in 1968 due to a Fascist-era anti-gay law. Convicted after a complaint from his partner’s father, Braibanti will become the protagonist of a infamous trial that will cause an extensive debate in Italy... 11 nominations at the 2023 David di Donatello Awards!
A special forces veteran, an uptight property developer, an influencer with half a million followers and an incompetent instructor are thrown together on a high-end fear of flying course. The course’s final challenge is an experience flight from London to Iceland, which ends up being a horrendous ordeal....See more details
Against Eva’s wishes, her mother wants to get rid of the cat, which, disoriented since the divorce, pees everywhere. Eva wants to go and live with her dad, who, disoriented like the cat, is experiencing a second adolescence. Will things ever take a turn for the better? This feature won awards at many festivals, including Locarno, San Sebastian and Thessaloniki!
Frank Serpico este un poliţist din New Work. Când cineva încearcă să-l mituiască, raportează incidentul superiorilor, dar aceştia îi spun că ar fi trebuit să ia banii. Serpico îşi dă seama repede că în secţia sa de poliţie corupţia e endemică. Când este forţat să acompanieze poliţişti care încasează şpagă de la infractori şi mici afaceri, refuză să-şi primească partea....See more details