Director: Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon
Cast: Fiona Gordon, Emmanuelle Riva, Dominique Abel
Language: English, French with English subtitles
Country of Origin: France-Belgium 2016 82 mins. (12A)
Released by Arrow Films
Jacques Tati must be smiling. Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon's 'Lost in Paris' is a lighthearted, whimsical, visually stylish, quirky delight.
Director: Eliza Hittman
Cast: Harris Dickinson, Madeline Weinstein, Kate Hodge
Country of Origin: USA 2017 95 mins. (15)
Released by Peccadillo Pictures
With a seedy Coney Island backdrop, writer-director Eliza Hittman's 'Beach Rats,' the follow up to her debut feature, 'It Felt Like Love' builds a compelling character study of a vulnerable teenager struggling with his sexual identity.
Director: Dee Rees
Cast: Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, Jason Mitchell, Mary J. Blige, Rob Morgan, Garrett Hedlund
Country of Origin: USA 2017 132 mins.
Released by Curzon Artificial Eye
Writer-director Dee Rees impressive adaptation of Hillary Jordan's novel exposes racial tensions in the Jim Crow South of the 1940s as it weaves a tale of two families, white farmers, the McAllans and the Jacksons, black sharecroppers who lease land from the McAllans.
Director: Arpad Sopsits
Cast: Karoly Hajduk, Peter Barnai, Zsolt Anger,
Genre: Crime Drama
Language: Hungarian with English subtitles
Country of Origin: Hungary 2016 120 mins. (18)
Released by Eureka Entertainment
Political corruption and the brutal killing of six women between 1957 and 1967 are juxtaposed in Arpad Sopsits award winning story of the Martfu murders. The brutal suppression of the Hungarian1956 uprising is fresh in the memory and the stench of political corruption an accepted norm.
Director: Fiona Murphy
Country of Origin: UK-Iraq-Israel 2016 69 mins.
Released by Dartmouth Films
'Remember Baghdad' is a not-to-be-missed reflection on the time when when Baghdad's Jewish population referred to themselves as Iraqis, a time when Jews and Arabs were neighbours and friends. Fiona Murphy's fascinating documentary relates how Iraq developed through the eyes of the Jews who lived in Baghdad for 2,600 years until bitterness and hatred destroyed their lives.
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