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A Hologram for the King
"'A Hologram for the King' has great energy, and also a languorous, lived-in quality. Adapted by Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run) from the Dave Eggers novel, the movie locates us in a place — Saudi Arabia — and makes us want to stay. It finds a rhythm and engages us in the...
May 6 - Twin
Hadwin's Judgement
“Rather than remind us again that we’re all doomed, this haunting environmental doc accesses a deeper and much stranger area of inquiry.
May 4, 5, 7 - Original
The Waiting Room
May 4 & 5 - Original Princess
Dark Horse
“With its sheer warmth and likability, this good-natured documentary won my heart – a real-life The Full Monty or Billy Elliot. In 2000, Jan Vokes was a barmaid and part-time cleaner in the Welsh village of Cefn Fforest, a place depressed both economically and emotionally.
The Dark Horse
“In most films, a scene that begins with the guitar solo from Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Free Bird isn’t going to end well, it being a soundtrack for a spiralling, escalating and inevitable sort of climactic violence. But The Dark Horse, James Napier Robertson’s strong and true story...
“French director Jacques Audiard's latest film stars previously unknown leads from Sri Lanka and India, and is almost entirely in the Tamil language. Its boldness and its political will to shake up the introversion of the French film world were no doubt factors in its winning last year...
“Neurologist Dr. Laing (Tom Hiddleston) moves into a pristine tower block in the shiny 1970s, only to see the new society crumble into age-old violence. While J.G. Ballard’s source for this film 40 years old, it still feels alarmingly now. The future he imagined in the 1970s, with its...
Into the Forest
“Two sisters keep each other alive while the world goes to hell in Into the Forest, a survival picture by Patricia Rozema that, for a while, almost makes the end times look serene. Beautiful and sensitive to character but gripping when it needs to be, the pic is too grounded to be lumped into...
Maggie's Plan
“Maggie’s Plan is a conscious change-of-pace for writer-director Rebecca Miller, and once the viewer is acclimatised to this offbeat romantic comedy’s rhythms, it becomes an
Midnight Special
“Midnight Special is an engaging, beautifully filmed throwback to the early films of Steven Spielberg and the novels of Stephen King. In Texas, devoted dad Roy Tomlin (Michael Shannon) and his friend Lucas (Joel Edgerton) have grabbed Roy’s eight-year-old son Alton (Jaeden Lieberher).
“French writer/director Alice Winocour's discomforting second feature traps us in the head of a soldier suffering from hearing loss and PTSD, ingeniously illuminating his damaged psyche through music, sound and twitchy, probing camerawork from cinematographer Georges Lechaptois.
Tale of Tales
“Before the Brothers Grimm perfected the bedtime horror story and psychologists turned fairy tales into Freudian templates, there was Giambattista Basile, a 17th-century Neapolitan poet
“A young, gay hairdresser (Héctor Medina) who styles wigs for a drag troupe in a Havana nightclub starts supplementing his meager income by taking to the stage himself, but just as he's discovering the joys of performance, his long-absent father (Jorge Perugorría) is...
Trails in Motion 4
Trails In Motion is an annual tour of short films about trail running and ultra running. The films represent the most exciting films of the year for and about trail runners, shot in some of the most spectacular locations on the planet.

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