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Iranian director Jafar Panahi’s fourth completed feature since he was officially banned from filmmaking is one of his…

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Three interconnected vignettes depict women of various generations at turning points in their lives. In the first episode,…

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A revolutionary bombshell by one of Africa’s first female directors, Sarah Maldoror’s electrifying chronicle of Angola’s awakening independence…

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The only feature from the radical Afro-Cuban filmmaker Sara Gómez—who also worked as an assistant director with Agnès…

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Winner of a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, Dos Estaciones follows iron-willed businesswoman María García…

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Junhee (Lee Hyeyoung, last seen in Hong’s In Front of Your Face) is a novelist who’s grown disenchanted…

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A mystery man, a murder, and a wad of missing cash—in his wryly offbeat breakthrough, Wayne Wang updates…

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From the director of THE CIRCLE and CRIMSON GOLD comes a smart comedy illustrating the fight for women’s…

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With brash stylistic exuberance, this first feature from Bahram Beyzaie helped usher in the Iranian New Wave. When…

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Influenced by Italian Neorealism, The Cow has the beauty and simplicity associated with the great films of that…

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