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  • Tangerines

    Tangerines

    Tangerines is a story of awakening humanity, told with intimacy and elegance. Nominated for an Academy Award as well as a Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2015, the film reveals compassion to be the ultimate response to centuries of political, cultural and ethnic conflict, a compelling and relevant message for contemporary audiences. “The film is a great example of how powerful and universal small but well-crafted stories can be.” -Amber Wilkinson, Eye for Film

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  • Wild Tales (Relatos salvajes)

    Wild Tales (Relatos salvajes)

    Inequality, injustice and the demands of the world we live in cause stress and depression for many people. Some of them, however, explode. This is a movie about those people. An anthology film, it is composed of six standalone shorts united by a common theme of vengeance. “You may find yourself marveling at the fertility of an imagination that could allow itself to toss so many vivid characters and stories—enough to supply four or five movies — into one generous package.” -Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle

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  • The 100 Year Old Man

    The 100 Year Old Man

    Allan finds himself stuck in a nursing home. Determined to escape on his 100th birthday, he leaps out of a window and onto the nearest bus, kicking off an unexpected journey involving, among other surprises, a suitcase stuffed with cash. Like an unruly Nordic cousin of Forrest Gump, Allan’s youthful escapades and current adventures weave together into an offbeat treat for anyone who’s young at heart. “Like 2011's The Intouchables, which became a runaway hit in its home territory of France, unsurprisingly 100 Year Old Man... has captured Swedish hearts - as well as mine.” – Louise Keller. Urban Cinephile (Australia)

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  • Marie

    Marie's Story

    Beginning May 29. Desperate to find a connection with their daughter, a humble artisan and his wife send Marie, their deaf and blind fourteen-year-old daughter, to the Larnay Institute where Catholic nuns manage a school for deaf girls. Marie’s Story recounts the courageous journey of a young nun and the lives she would change forever. "An assured, emotionally satisfying French offering. Isabelle Carré plays her determined character with moving obstinacy and grace." -Peter Debruge, Variety

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  • In The Name Of My Daughter (L’homme qu’on aimait trop)
  • L

    L'Intrepido: A Lonely Hero

    Beginning May 29. Antonio is a solitary man. To deal with the economic crisis and unemployment, he has invented a job for himself as a stand-in. He stands in for anyone who needs to take time off, whatever their job, so he might be a builder, a waiter, a tram driver… Antonio is not a rich man but he never compromises on morals. He is probably a loser, but a loser who never gives up. “A stinging and sobering portrait of the struggle for subsistence and dignity in the face of economic despair, while laced with muted comedic charm.” -Prairie Miller, Critical Women

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