Our three different Festival Passes can be found here!
Women’s Liberation and the sexual revolution come to ultra-conservative 60s France in Martin Provost’s colourful comedy.
A homeless woman, Christine, tries to help Suli, a lost eight-year-old boy from Burkina Faso to find his mother in Paris.
Felicità is an endearing French comedy about the pre-teen, her eccentric mum, her fresh-out-of-jail dad and a road trip.
Available on November 30, 2020.
The complete programme of 10 short films is available for £4.
Gina, 15, is growing up in a loving family, until the day her father tips over the edge and the family's fragile balance is shattered.
Jack, Lisa and Mathis suddenly become orphans and each reacts differently. A new life begins for all siblings.
The 17-year-old protagonist played by Zoé Adjani (niece of Isabelle Adjani) lives between countries and cultures as well as adolescence and adulthood.
Camille is the eldest of a large family. One day, her parents enter a religious community and gradually, indoctrination becomes sectarian.
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