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The Man Who Invented Christmas

The Man Who Invented Christmas

1840s London. Despite a string of successful novels, Charles Dickens has been struggling to come up with another bestseller. Tormented by writer’s block and at odds with his publishers, he grasps at an idea for a surefire hit, a Christmas story to capture the public’s imagination.

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The Wife

The Wife

Joan Castleman (Glenn Close) has spent forty years sacrificing her own talent, dreams and ambitions to support her charismatic husband Joe (Jonathan Pryce) and his stellar literary career. But Joan has reached her breaking point!

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The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman

Roll up, roll up. The circus is coming!

Hugh Jackman stars in this spellbinding crowd-pleaser musical inspired by the life of P.T. Barnum, the man who dreamed of finding success in the entertainment business.

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Columbus

Columbus

Korean-American Jin travels to Columbus, Indiana after his estranged father falls into a coma. While there, he meets Casey - a 19-year-old who has found herself reluctantly stuck in her hometown. Together they begin to explore Columbus, which is full of buildings from world-renowned architects.

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The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid

The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid

Feargal Ward’s critically acclaimed and award-winning new Irish film details the struggle faced by solitary Kildare farmer Thomas Reid when he challenges the IDA’s attempt to compulsorily purchase his farm for the benefit of multinational company Intel.

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Lucky

Lucky

This award-winning first feature from actor-turned-director John Carroll Lynch (Fargo, Zodiac) allows Harry Dean Stanton to shine as 90-year-old Lucky, an atheist seeking the meaning of his life.

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The Rider

The Rider

Brady, a talented rodeo cowboy and horse trainer, suffers a near-fatal accident that halts his career and forces him to reevaluate his future. The latest award-winning film from acclaimed director Chloé Zhao (Songs My Brothers Taught Me) is an impressionist drama, which casts real-life wrangler Brady Jandreau as the South Dakota cowboy struggling to recover from a serious head-injury.

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Wajib

Wajib

In Wajib, Palestinian director Annemarie Jacir uses a centuries-old custom as a simple device to explore familial and intergenerational tensions for contemporary Palestinians. Real-life father-and-son Mohammad and Saleh Bakri (The Band’s Visit) infuse their characters with warmth and humour in this poignant yet entertaining drama

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The Heiresses (Las Herederas)

The Heiresses (Las Herederas)

Chela and Chiquita - both originating from wealthy families - have been a couple for over 30 years. But over time their financial situation has deteriorated and they are now forced to sell some of their inherited possessions. When Chiquita is imprisoned on fraud charges, the introverted Chela must adapt, a process that leads her on a journey of self-discovery.

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Apostasy

Apostasy

First-time director Dan Kokotajlo draws on his own experiences as a former Jehovah's Witness to provide unique insight into this gripping story of a devoted mother and her two teenage daughters, who are each forced to decide which is more important: their religious beliefs or love of one’s family.

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The Divine Order (Die Göttliche Ordnung)

The Divine Order (Die Göttliche Ordnung)

Housewife Nora lives with her husband, two sons and father-in-law, but if she wants to work she would require her husband’s permission. Fighting such an outmoded notion, Nora starts campaigning for women’s right to vote and becomes a hero as she overthrows the status quo.

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The Image You Missed

The Image You Missed

Irish filmmaker Donal Foreman grapples with the legacy of his estranged father, the late American documentarian Arthur MacCaig, through MacCaig's decades-spanning archive of the conflict in Northern Ireland. 

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Cold War (Zimna wojna)

Cold War (Zimna wojna)

The new film from Pawel Pawlikowski, the director of the Academy Award-winning Ida, follows the passionate romance between musician Wiktor and beautiful young woman Zula, who meet in a post-war Poland. Told over 15 years and shot in stunning black and white, Cold War won the Best Director prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

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Summer 1993 (Estiu 1993)

Summer 1993 (Estiu 1993)

This autobiographical first feature explores six-year-old Frida's conflict as she moves to her Uncles farm from Barcelona, following her mother’s death. Struggling to adjust and process her loss, she also has to contend with an annoying new little sister, three year old Anna. The performances of the two children are disarmingly natural in this gorgeous, yet unsentimental film.

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Guardians, The (Les Gardiennes)

Guardians, The (Les Gardiennes)

France, 1915. Hortense and her daughter Solange take over the running of the family farm while the men go off to war. With the harvest approaching, Hortense hires Francine, a young woman who proves herself as an invaluable help. But when Hortense’s son George returns on leave, romance develops between him and Francine, upsetting the natural balance in the process…

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C’est La Vie! (Le Sens de la fête)

C’est La Vie! (Le Sens de la fête)

Veteran wedding planner Max is organising a lavish wedding in a 17th century chateau. It’s no small task, with dozens of people to manage, unreliable electricity, a last-minute musician change, and a demanding groom. Soon, everything is going very wrong indeed! The latest film from Untouchable directors Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano is a gloriously manic French comedy.

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Michael Inside

Michael Inside

The new film from writer/director Frank Berry (Ballymun Lullaby, I Used To Live Here) is a powerful story about Michael, an impressionable 18-year-old who gets caught holding a bag of drugs for his friend’s older brother and ends up being sent to prison for three months as a result.

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Making the Grade

Making the Grade

Ken Wardrop’s new documentary Making the Grade invites us into the world of the piano lesson as teachers and students throughout Ireland prepare for the annual graded musical exams.

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A Fantastic Woman (Una Mujer Fantástica)

A Fantastic Woman (Una Mujer Fantástica)

After his international hit Gloria, Chilean director Sebastián Lelio presents this Oscar-winning moving drama about a woman struggling with societal prejudice.

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