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Quo Vadis, Baby?

  After receiving a package containing the video diaries of her sister who died tragically sixteen years previously, Georgia is compelled to re-investigate her sibling’s death. As the mystery deepens, Read More

Mostly Martha

  The head chef at swish Hamburg restaurant The Lido, Martha Klein’s (Martina Gedeck) perfectionism and obsession with good cooking leaves little free time for romantic entanglements. However, when her Read More

The Divine Order

  Switzerland, 1971: Nora is a young housewife and mother who lives with her husband, their two sons and her father-in-law in a little village. Here, in the Swiss countryside, Read More

The Ladies Get Their Say

  Every Thursday a group of ladies would gather to play cards and discuss their loves, lives and children while their daughters played in the next room. Thirty years later, Read More

Always: Sunset on Third Street

  In 1958, with the impending completion of Tokyo’s TV broadcasting tower as a symbol of Japan’s escalating post-war economic recovery, rural schoolgirl Mutsuko (Maki Horikita) arrives from the provinces Read More

Post Mortem

  In 1918, towards the end of the First World War, on a battlefield, the Austrian soldier Thomas is left for dead after an artillery explosion, being thrown into the Read More

The Towrope

  A Columbian drama about the fear that hangs like a dark cloud over a young female refugee who seeks a new life in the High Andes with her uncle. Read More

Land and Freedom

  David Carr (Ian Hart), a committed member of the Communist Party in his native Liverpool, England, travels to Spain in 1936 with the intention of joining the anti-fascist International Read More

Take My Eyes

  One winter night, a woman named Pilar (Laia Marull) can no longer tolerate her abusive husband, Antonio (Luis Tosar), and she leaves home, taking only a few possessions and Read More

See You Up There

  In November 1918, two soldiers–a disfigured but brilliant artist and an ex-accountant–start a memorial con. But in Roaring Twenties France, their adventures soon turn dangerous.  A few days before Read More