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Films for English Speakers

100 Million Views

Dir.: Itamar Rose
| 58 minutes

Itamar Rose, a satirical-activist creator and a failed YouTuber, sets out to uncover the secret of how a video goes viral on YouTube, and reach 100 million views. With dark humor and caustic wit, Rose takes us on a wild global journey to the evolution of YouTube.

Lost Lives

Dir.: Dermot Lavery, Michael Hewitt
| 93 minutes

Inspired by the book of the same name, Lost Lives is a documentary feature about the conflict in Northern Ireland between 1969 and 1998, known as The Troubles. Lost Lives is an astonishing requiem.

Vermeer from The National Gallery, London

Dir.: Phil Grabsky, Ben Harding
| 85 minutes

The National Gallery of London is offering a fresh look at arguably one of the greatest artists of all – Johannes Vermeer. This new cinematic exploration will take their enjoyment of Vermeer’s life and work to a new level. In glorious HD see these paintings as never before.

Extra Ordinary

Dir.: Mike Ahern, Enda Loughman
| 94 minutes

Rose has a love/hate relationship with her supernatural abilities to talk with the dead. She tries to ignore the voices around her, but when she meets Martin and his departed wife, life is about to change…. Extra Ordinary is a sweet treat with a romantic comic twist.

The Dead

Dir.: John Huston
| 83 minutes

During a festive Christmas dinner, a husband and wife stuck in a loveless marriage confront each other.... John Huston’s last film is based on a short story by James Joyce.

Richard Jewell

Dir.: Clint Eastwood
| 131 minutes

Richard Jewell became a national hero after he discovered a bomb at the 1996 Olympic Games. But when the FBI makes him the prime suspect in the incident, Jewell’s life drastically changes. “A good story is a good story, and Eastwood knows how to tell a good story” (Variety).

Waste Land

Dir.: Lucy Walker
| 90 minutes

Waste Land follows renowned artist Vik Muniz as he journeys to his native Brazil and the world’s largest garbage dump, Jardim Gramacho. There he photographs an eclectic band of “catadores” – or self-designated pickers of recyclable materials. 

Black ‘47

Dir.: Lance Daly
| 96 minutes

1847 and Ireland has been in destitute for two years. When an Irish ranger working for the British forces discovers that his mother died of famine and his brothers where executed by the Brits, he sets out to take his revenge…. An uncompromising thought-provoking work. 


Dir.: Ritesh Batra
| 100 minutes

A struggling street photographer in Mumbai sends his grandmother a photo he took of a random woman and tells her she is his fiancée. But when she insists on meeting this woman, life becomes complicated. Photograph is “a lovely, charming and gently transporting journey” (Los Angeles Times).

Claire Dolan

Dir.: Lodge Kerrigan
| 95 minutes

Claire Dolan is an Irish girl who is trying to pay back a debt to a family friend. She develops a relationship with a cab driver and it seems as if her life is turning around, but her lender is unwilling to give up on his money or on her. 

My Days of Glory

Dir.: Antoine de Bary
| 98 minutes

Adrien was a child star, but now at 30 his career is at a standstill. Everything else in his life is also at a deadlock. Where does one go from here…. A bitter-sweet comedy that enjoys the majestic presence of Vincent Lacoste. 

Three Days and a Life

Dir.: Nicolas Boukhrief
| 120 minutes

Christmas, 1999. The disappearance of a young boy ignites shockwaves throughout his small village. 15 years later, past secrets will be uncovered and unsettle everyone’s lives once again. A thrilling and measured Noir that will keep you on the edge of your seat. 

I’ll Go Where You Go

Dir.: Géraldine Nakache
| 100 minutes

Vali is a dreamer who aspires to become a singer and is planning to audition as a backup singer for Celine Dion. Her sister Mina is the complete opposite. Their father has finally found the perfect opportunity to bring them together. 

Big Time

Dir.: Chris Blum
| 87 minutes

Splashy concert performance featuring the talents of the gravel-voiced bard Tom Waits. 

On a Magical Night

Dir.: Christophe Honoré
| 86 minutes

After 20 years of marriage, Maria decides to leave her husband. She moves into a hotel across the street where people from her past appear and share their opinions. A witty comic fantasy, starring Chiara Mastroianni. 

The Truth

Dir.: Hirokazu Kore-eda
| 106 minutes

Fabienne is a veteran star that has published a rather scandalous memoir. Her daughter arrives from the USA to confront her, only to reencounter her mother’s charming narcissism. 


Dir.: Martha Fiennes
| 105 minutes

Based on Pushkin’s poem, Onegin is the story of a St. Petersberg aristocrat who leaves for a country estate, where a local young woman falls in love with him, despite his disdain for her.


Dir.: Paolo & Vittorio Taviani
| 110 minutes

1816. Fulvio Imbriani is released from prison. He wishes to go back to his family, but the authorities expect him to give in the location of his friends, while his friends expect him to return to their activities. A sober portrait of a cynical and treacherous anti-hero, masterfully portrayed by Mastroianni.

A One and a Two

Dir.: Edward Yang
| 173 minutes

N.J. and Min Min must take a break from their career-oriented lives to deal with the sudden illness of Min Min’s mother, and the teenage crisis of their daughter. An emotional drama with literary scope, about simple people.

The Farewell

Dir.: Lulu Wang
| 98 minutes

A Chinese family discovers their grandmother has only a short while left to live and decide to keep her in the dark, scheduling a wedding to gather before she dies. A critically-acclaimed, intelligent, touching, and humorous drama.

The Dazzled

Dir.: Sarah Suco
| 89 minutes

Camille dreams of joining the circus, but when her parents join a religious community, Camille’s life drastically changes. Now, she will have to fight to assert her freedom and save herself and her family. 


Dir.: Hal Hartley
| 105 minutes

Isabelle, an ex-nun, has come to America on an unspecified mission from God. Thomas is a confused amnesiac who cannot remember that he used to be a vicious pornographer. The two fall in love as they search for Thomas’ identity, while corporate try desperately to kill him... 

School Life

Dir.: Mehdi Idir, Grand Corps Malade
| 111 minutes

Fresh from the South of France, Samia, a young educational consultant, arrives in a difficult high school in the suburbs of Paris. Full of enthusiasm and passion, she will do whatever she can to show these desperate kids that their future is bright.

Le Regard de Charles

Dir.: Marc di Demenico
| 83 minutes

In 1948, the great chanson performer Charles Aznavour receives a small camera. From there on, he did not stop filming every performance, film location, and private moments. This extraordinary documentary offers a unique and thrilling journey through the life of the star.