FILMS BY THEMES 2018 PROGRAMME
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Paris 1930. Nine year old Paul, from an austere orphanage in Paris, is entrusted to Célestine, a cheerful country lady and her husband, Borel, the game-keeper of a vast estate in Sologne that is owned by the Count of Fresnaye.
This unique road trip film from Thailand was the Opening Night feature at Sundance. Discontented middle-aged architect Thana wanders out of his Bangkok office and, as an expression of midlife angst, buys an elephant he’s convinced is his long-lost childhood pet, Pop Aye.
One of the International festival hits of the year, from Director Ruben Ostlund (Force Majeur at BOFA 2014), and starring Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men, The Handmaid’s Tale) and Claes Bang (The Bridge, Borgen). Meet Christian, the respected curator of a prestigious contemporary art gallery who is on the verge of opening his new show The Square