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DRIVE MY CAR
DRIVE MY CAR
WINNER of Best International Film: OSCARS | ACADEMY AWARDS

WINNER of 9 Japanese Academy Awards including; Best Picture & Best Director.
WINNER of Best Picture Non-English Language: Golden Globes 2022.
WINNER of Best Foreign Language Film: Critics’ Choice 2022.
WINNER of Best Picture Non-English Language: BAFTAS 2022.
WINNER of Best Screenplay: Cannes Film Festival 2021.
WINNER of the Fipresci Prize: Cannes Film Festival 2021.
WINNER of the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury: Cannes Film Festival 2021.
WINNER of Best Film: New York Film Critics Circle 2021.

Yusuke Kafuku, a stage actor and director, accepts to direct Uncle Vanya at a theater festival in Hiroshima. There he meets Misaki, an introverted young woman, appointed to drive his car. In between rides, secrets from the past and heartfelt confessions will be unveiled.
THE NIGHT OF THE 12TH
THE NIGHT OF THE 12th
★★★★★
The strongest French film of the year.
LE FIGARO

★★★★★
A superb film.
THE PARISIAN

★★★★★
...a dizzying thriller by Dominik Moll, points to the systemic misogyny that undermines investigations into feminicides.
MARIE CLAIRE

★★★★★
Skillfully written...deeply bitter on the issue of violence against women.
ENTERTAINMENT TV

Sooner or later, every police investigator comes across a case that remains unsolved and that haunts him.

For Yohan, Clara’s murder proves to be that case. What starts as a thorough investigation into the victim’s life soon turns into a nagging obsession. One interrogation follows another, there is no shortage of suspects and Yohan has more and more doubts.
Only one thing is sure, the crime occurred on the night of the 12th.
THE BLUE CAFTAN
THE BLUE CAFTAN
WINNER of the Fipresci Prize – Un Certain Regard. Cannes Film Festival 2022

IN CINEMAS FEBRUARY 16, 2023

Mina (Lubna Azabal – Incendies, Paradise Now) and her husband Halim (Saleh Bakri – Costa Brava, Lebanon) run a small business making and selling bespoke caftans in one of Morocco’s oldest medinas. Halim is a master of his trade, and Mina a canny saleswoman, though their wares don’t come cheap and traditional dress is falling out of favour.

Woven with exquisite care, Maryam Touzani’s Cannes Un Certain Regard winning drama reveals a beautiful love triangle in a small Moroccan town (where gay relations are forbidden). Touzani explores a complex marriage with tenderness and grace in a sincere and superbly performed film that unfolds in unexpected and heartening ways.
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