BRAZIL, Germany | 139 minutes | 2019
Rio de Janeiro in the 1950s. Eurídice and Guida have been raised in a conservative household. One night after a clandestine outing with her lover, Guida fails to return, leaving behind only a letter. With their destinies now at odds, the sisters do everything in their power to find each other. Adapting Martha Batalha’s eponymous novel with great sensitivity and impressive narrative force, Karim Aïnouz (Madame Satã) scooped the Un Certain Regard prize at this year’s Cannes. A wrenching epic about two women, elevated by stunning performances from its two leads, Carol Duarte and Julia Stockler, and borne by the power of an unbreakable bond.In collaboration with theConsulate General of Brazil in Montreal."Anyone already familiar with Aïnouz’s work will know to expect a florid sensory experience, but even by the Brazilian’s standards, this heartbroken tale of two sisters separated for decades by familial shame and deceit is a waking dream, saturated in sound, music and color to match its depth of feeling." Variety
Un certain regard Award - Cannes Film Festival
Brazil's entry to the Academy Award for best international feature film
For his 21st feature, the legendary Madrid filmmaker delivers his most personal, intimate work so far. Antonio Banderas (best actor award at Cannes) is...
SPAIN | 112 minutes | 2019
At 83, Ken Loach’s sense of his times is sharper than ever. Sorry We Missed You, his latest feature, gives his trademark neorealism a new turn as it...
UNITED KINGDOM, FRANCE, BELGIUM | 100 minutes | 2019
The enfant terrible of Quebec cinema is back with the story of Albert, a beekeeper and mead brewer working from Montreal’s rooftops. Enter Brother...
QUéBEC, CANADA | 102 minutes | 2019
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