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UPCOMING IN THE EUROPEAN UNION FILM FESTIVAL:

Winner for Best Picture and Best Director at the San Sebastian Film Festival, and nominated for seven Goya Awards, MAGICAL GIRL confirms the talent displayed by director Vermut in his...

This portrait of Federico Fellini is neither a conventional documentary nor a fictional biopic but an imaginative, highly personal tribute to one filmmaker from another. Scola, a major...

A haunting docudrama hybrid, Luxembourg’s submission for Academy Awards consideration conveys a transcendent tragedy that director Cruchten (BOYS ON THE RUN) underlines unforgettably...

Considered by many critics to be the best film to premiere at the 2014 Toronto Film Festival, PHOENIX represents a new peak for director Petzold (BARBARA, JERICHOW) and his go-to leading...

Echoes of Romania’s repressive past reverberate through this story of an uncommitted bachelor’s belated realization that he may have fathered a child in his relatively wilder youth....

One of the rising talents in recent French Cinema, Mia Hansen-Løve (FATHER OF MY CHILDREN, GOODBYE FIRST LOVE) comes up with her most ambitious film, a decades-spanning, music-drenched...

Baxter’s 2011 agit-doc YOU’VE BEEN TRUMPED (a highlight of our 2012 “Stranger Than Fiction” series) attracted worldwide attention with its rousing David-and-Goliath tale of local...

History stands still in spellbinding tableaux vivants, unfolding the story of a dark WWII tragedy that still resonates through the Baltic nations. Based on a survivor’s diary, IN THE...

A young woman finds an unexpected path to emotional and sexual fulfillment in this sly erotic comedy. Working as a hotel chambermaid, the quiet but intrepidly curious Lynn (Krieps)...

First time director Pucis effectively sets up the conflict between heroism and self-preservation in the face of an all-seeing invader in this black-and-white docudrama set in 1945. In...

Coincidence and opportunism become the touchpoints in this droll deadpan comedy rife with absurd marketing maneuvers, fake suicides, and a search for love in all the wrong places. A man...

Remember Spandau Ballet? The fop five with the grisly name (look it up) and the groovy threads jostled Duran Duran and Ultravox in the forefront of the New Romantic movement that...