March 3rd – 30th
Our festival sparkles with new and daring work by some of Europe’s most renowned directors, including: Olivier Assayas (PERSONAL SHOPPER); the Dardennes brothers (THE UNKNOWN GIRL); Doris Dörrie (GREETINGS FROM FUKUSHIMA); Bruno Dumont (SLACK BAY); Eugène Green (THE SON OF JOSEPH); Szabolcs Hajdu (IT’S NOT THE TIME OF MY LIFE); Joachim Lafosse (AFTER LOVE); Sergei Loznitsa (AUSTERLITZ); François Ozon (FRANTZ); and João Pedro Rodrigues (THE ORNITHOLOGIST). Films selected to represent their respective nations in the Academy Awards competition for Best Foreign Film include: STEFAN ZWEIG: FAREWELL TO EUROPE (Austria); LOSERS (Bulgaria); ON THE OTHER SIDE (Croatia); DAWN (Latvia); TONIO (Netherlands); and EVA NOVÁ (Slovakia). A full one-fifth of this year’s festival films are directed by women, including CEZANNE AND ME (France) by Danièle Thompson, SAMI BLOOD (Sweden) by Amanda Kernell, TONIO (Netherlands) by Paula van der Oest, and MASTER AND TATYANA (Lithuania) by Giedrė Žickytė. Click here for more information!
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