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05/11/20 05/11/20
About Endlessness

The latest from Swedish master Roy Andersson is a characteristically deadpan series of existential sketches, all shot with painstaking minimalist…

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02/11/18 06/11/18
All Good

Eva Trobisch’s stunning debut is a complex character study of a strong willed woman, Janne, anchored by a mesmerising central performance from Aenne…

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03/11/20 19/11/20
And Tomorrow the Entire World

Julia Von Heinz’s immersive thriller follows 20-year-old Luisa, who leaves her wealthy parents to study law, but soon finds herself joining a…

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03/11/17 04/11/17
Beuys

Joseph Beuys was arguably the definitive German artist of the 20th century.

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03/11/20 19/11/20
Black Milk

Writer and director Uisenma Borchu takes on the role of Wessi, a woman who returns to the steppes of Mongolia from Germany to reconnect with her…

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03/11/20 19/11/20
Bring Down the Walls

Bring Down the Walls looks at the prison-industrial complex in America, the industry that profits from the expansion of prisons, and juxtaposes it…

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