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  • Special Jury Prize in Venic. Andrei Konchalovsky (co-writer of Andrei Tarkovsky's Rublev and Yvan's Child) tells the story of a violent political disillusionment in a provincial town in the south of the USSR in 1962 in sublime black and white.
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  • "Like Iranian master Asghar Farhadi (“A Separation”), Roustaee blends the best of Eastern and Western cinematic traditions. The result — a stunning Iranian-style riff on “The French Connection” — is a run-and-gun, Hollywood-caliber cop movie grounded by a clear-eyed assessment of how Tehran’s system works, and all the ways in which it doesn’t." Variety
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  • It’s a daringly queer and undoubtedly controversial ride, resulting in a most uncommon monster movie. _ Variety
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  • "One of the most powerful new films I’ve seen in years. The whole film has soul, but the fact that Rockwell didn’t go the easy way and shoot it on digital, but instead (like a real filmmaker) shot it on black and white 16mm film makes it a divine soul." - Quentin Tarantino
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  • Winner of the Sundance Film Festival, winning both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award. Partly autobiographical, Minari revisits a pivotal moment of its director's childhood: when his father decided to reinvent himself as a farmer in the early 1980s.
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  • "An ode to the freedom of the body and feelings that makes "Lara Jenkins" a surprising and delightful creation." Les Inrockuptibles
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  • Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful' tells the story of one of the most iconic photographers of the 20th century, from his childhood in freewheeling Berlin to the height of his art in France.
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  • The touching portrait of eight-year-old Sasha, who questions her gender and in doing so, evokes the sometimes disturbing reactions of a society that is still invested in a biological boy-girl way of thinking.
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  • A contemporary Berlin adaptation of the Ondine legend, starring the magnetic Paula Beer, who won a Silver Bear for her performance.
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