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World Cinema Panorama
The latest films by such masters as Werner Herzog and Terrence Davies, a love story from the isolated island of Tanna, real stories and famous actresses. Tilda Swinton as a rock star named Marianne in the centre of a love quadrangle in A Bigger Splash. Maggie Smith as the Lady in the Van in a bizarre story of a friendship between the playwright Alan Bennett and an eccentric homeless woman. Suffragette, a historical drama about the fight for equal voting rights, focuses on a young, frail & obstinate mother in the front line portrayed by Carrie Mulligan, alongside Helena Bonham-Carter and Meryl Streep. Political and personal levels fatefully intertwine also in Natalie Portman's directorial debut, an adaptation of Amos Oz's memoir called A Tale of Love and Darkness. The film is in Hebrew and the actress/director also plays the protagonist's idolised mother as he recollects his childhood years in the early days of Israel. Reality surpassing fiction in its absurdity is the central theme of three very different biographical features: Jack, the unsettling story of an Austrian serial murderer who was released under controversial circumstances and became a celebrity in the country, the inspirational adventure of Eddie the Eagle, who fulfilled his dream of participating in the Olympics as Britain's representative in ski-jumping – because he was the only candidate. The third is Karbala, a Polish war drama reconstructing the battle of Polish troops while defending a besieged city hall during the Afghan war. War trauma plagues the discharged protagonist of Alice Wincour's intimate French thriller, Maryland, who becomes the bodyguard of a beautiful woman (Diane Kruger) hiding in an isolated luxurious villa. Violence and the protagonist's mental breakdown are the central theme of the intense, harsh story of a petty thief in the hell of an Algerian suburb, Madam Courage, by Merzak Allouache. You can also travel to the other side of the continent, to South Africa, with The Endless River where Oliver Hermanus examines the crimes of the past which time cannot erase. A grievance from long ago also destroys the wedding of a young couple when the soul of a murdered girl turns the celebration to horror in Polish Demon. Atom Egoyan's Remember, on the other hand, offers a road-movie across North America on a quest for revenge against Nazi crimes. The Lobster travels in the opposite direction, to a dystopic future. The film enchanted the whole Cannes and emphasises the wide range of films at this year's World Cinema Panorama.
11 Minutes / 11 Minutes / 11 minut (Poland, Ireland) Director: Jerzy Skolimowski (World Cinema Panorama )
A Bigger Splash / A Bigger Splash / Nemravné léto (Italy, France) Director: Luca Guadagnino (World Cinema Panorama )
Demon / Demon / Démon (Poland, Israel) Director: Marcin Wrona (World Cinema Panorama )
Disorder / Maryland / Maryland (France) Director: Alice Winocour (World Cinema Panorama )
Eddie the Eagle / Eddie the Eagle / Orel Eddie (United Kingdom, USA, Germany) Director: Dexter Fletcher (World Cinema Panorama )
The Endless River / The Endless River / Nekonečná řeka (South Africa, France) Director: Oliver Hermanus (World Cinema Panorama )
Every Thing Will Be Fine / Every Thing Will Be Fine / Vše bude v pořádku (Germany, Canada, France, Sweden, Norway) Director: Wim Wenders (World Cinema Panorama )
Jack / Jack / Jack (Austria) Director: Elisabeth Scharang (World Cinema Panorama )
Karbala / Karbala / Karbala (Poland, Bulgaria) Director: Krzysztof Łukaszewicz (World Cinema Panorama )
The Lobster / The Lobster / Humr (Ireland, United Kingdom, Greece, France, Netherlands, USA) Director: Yorgos Lanthimos (World Cinema Panorama )
Madame Courage / Madame Courage / Madam Kuráž (Algeria, France) Director: Merzak Allouache (World Cinema Panorama )
Remember / Remember / Vzpomeň si (Canada, Germany) Director: Atom Egoyan (World Cinema Panorama )
Strange Heaven / Obce niebo / Podivné nebe (Poland, Sweden) Director: Dariusz Gajewski (World Cinema Panorama )
Suffragette / Suffragette / Sufražetka (United Kingdom) Director: Sarah Gavron (World Cinema Panorama )
Sunset Song / Sunset Song / Píseň západu slunce (United Kingdom, Luxembourg) Director: Terence Davies (World Cinema Panorama )
Tanna / Tanna / Tanna (Australia, Vanuatu) Director: Martin Butler, Bentley Dean (World Cinema Panorama )
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