Decalogue 1 (Thou shall have no other gods before me)

A single-parent father named Krzysztof (which is not only the name of both creators of the Decalogue series, but also a name that literally means “Christian”) puts his faith in the computer and not in other members of his family. The computer’s efficiency is revealed in a series of successes the son and father enjo

The Human Voice

Pedro Almodóvar short film is a charming small jewel in bold colors, adapted from Jean Cocteau’s play of the same name, with a wonderful performance from Tilda Swinton. A short, sharp shot of distilled Almodóvar: passion, emotion, heartbreak, wit, and melodrama exquisitely bound up in a tale for our times more info 

Decalogue 2 (Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain)

An encounter between a physician and a woman who lives one floor above him reveals that the woman is confronted with a difficult dilemma: her husband is sick and in lying in serious condition in hospital in the department this same physician heads, and she doesn’t know if he will live or die. She is also pregnant from another man

Official Competition

In search of an original way to leave his mark on the world and gain esteem, a billionaire with very little knowledge of art decides to plan and fund a movie production. He hires the most talented people the world of cinema has to offer – an eccentric and prizewinning director, a wealthy and glamorous Hollywood star more info

Compartment No. 6

The plot follows Lora, a young Finnish woman who flees Moscow, where she was involved in a failed love affair. She boards a train headed for the arctic, to the freezing Port of Murmansk. She is forced to spend the long journey in a tiny sleeping carriage with a young, coarse, rude, and ignorant Russian miner. Along their journey, a surprising relationship develops between the two more info

 
WolfWalkers

The new animated film by Tomm Moore (Song of the Sea) and Ross Stewart, is a spectacular, one-time work of art that captivates viewers of all ages and takes them on an exciting and emotional journey, through a wonderful combination of art and music, and the ancient and irreplaceable ability to tell a personal story which teaches all of us something about everyone more info

Sundown

Alice and Neil Bennett are the core of a wealthy British family on vacation in Acapulco with younger members Colin and Alexa, until a distant emergency cuts their trip short. When one of the four disrupts the family's tight-knit unity, everything starts to fall apart more info

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Decalogue 3 (Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy)

On Christmas Eve, a taxi driver is forced to abandon his wife and family for an ex- lover of his who needs his help, at least allegedly, to try and locate her missing present partner. He slowly realizes, as do the viewers, that she too, like everyone, simply needs someone she can feel close to on this day of the year

Decalogue 4 (Honor thy father and thy mother)

 A young acting student finds a letter that her mother left for her before she died. Her mother died a few days after giving birth to her daughter, and the father raised her on his own; but the letter, that was kept secret from the daughter for years, raises the question of whether he is her real father

Arthur Rambo

Karim D. is the toast of French society, only 21 and has already written a moving novel about his mother's life, praised by one and all. But Karim D., turns out to be also Arthur Rambo (an intentional misspelling of the name of the great French poet), whose hate-fueled messages enraged for years all Paris, with its racist, homophobic, violent messages more info

Paris, 13th District

Palme D'Or winner Jacques Audiard (RUST AND BONE, DHEEPAN) returns with an adaptation of KILLING AND DYING, the graphic novel by Adrian Tomine, a modern tale of love and friendship, co-written with Léa Mysius and Céline Sciamma and filmed in a sumptuous black and white more info

Pebbles

Ganapathy, a violent alcoholic, forces his young son, Velu, out of school and embarks with him on a craftypursuit to bring his wife back home, who has left him due to his violence. When they arrive at his in-law’s house, he discovers that she has already left, and is on her way back home more info

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The Class

François, is a young teacher, hired to teach French in a high school in a working-class neighborhood in Paris. Immediately upon first sight of the class both he and we discover that the pupils themselves, most of whom are children of immigrants, are not French-speakers at home more info

Decalogue 5 (Thou shalt not murder)

Three characters, who at first have no connection, are revealed to the viewers in a puzzle that we don’t yet know how its pieces will connect: a grumpy and angry taxi driver; a young rebellious man seeking employment asks to develop a photo from the past and instigates random acts of violence; and a lawyer taking his bar exam

Decalogue 6 (Thou shalt not commit adultery)

From his apartment, young Tomek likes to spy on his neighbor, Magda, a woman who has sexual encounters with many men in her apartment. its not long before he is not satisfied with just spying and he starts bothering her and disrupting Magda’s life, claiming he is doing everything out of love. When Magda discovers the identity of the harasser

LA CAJA

travels to collect the remains of his father which have been found in a communal grave amid the huge skies and empty landscape of Northern Mexico. But a casual encounter with a man who shares a physical resemblance to his father feels him with doubts and hope about his parent's true whereabouts more info

ONODA - 10,000 Nights in the Jungle

Hiroo Onoda, a lieutenant in the Japanese Armyis sent towards the end of WW2 into the jungles of the Lubang island. Unlike the kamikaze pilots who were being recruited around the same time in order to sacrifice their lives for Japan, Onoda is not allowed to die. He and a small unit are tasked with fighting a guerilla war against the approaching Americans more info

Decalogue 7 (Thou shalt not steal)

 A young woman whose six-year-old daughter was raised believing her grandmother was her mother, and she herself, her real mother, was always presented to the daughter as her older sister, reaches the point where she can no longer continue to pretend. In an outline of the plot that combines

True Things

Kate’s sleepy life routine is interrupted, never to return, when a strange man with bleached hair who sits across from her at the office stares directly at her with a provocative look. She responds and later on risks a daring sexual encounter with, who it turns out, is an ex-convict, with a variety of minor criminal violations in his past more info

Drive My Car

Yusuke, a young theater director, is still mourning the death of his wife who died two years ago. When he is invited to realize his dream and direct Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya he jumps at the opportunity and moves his life to a new city, not sure whether he’s looking at the future or running away from the past. For insurance purposes more info

Decalogue 8 (Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor)

A Jewish guest lecturer from the US joins in as a listener in a course given by a senior Professor of Ethics in Poland. During the discussions between the two, the American guest raises an issue that is familiar to the lecturer from her past – it turns out that when she was only six years old, during the Holocaust in Poland

C'mon C'mon

Johnny is a radio journalist who travels all over the USA and interviews children about their thoughts, their fears and how they see the future. After going through a relationship crisis, his sister, with whom he has a loaded relationship, asks him to watch Jesse, his young nephew, for a few days more info

Memoria

Apichatpong Weerasethakul, who in 2010 won the Cannes Palme d’Or for his film “Uncle Boonmee”, returned to the official Cannes Festival competition with his new film, Memoria. The film resulted in him receiving the Jury’s PrizeAward, alongside an abundance of fantastic reviews of praise more info

Decalogue 9 (Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife)

A physician is shocked to find out after a series of tests that he is impotent, and will remain so for the rest of his life. His wife vehemently claims that despite this fact, she wants to remain with him. As a way of coping with the new situation, at first the physician encourages his wife to have an affair

Lamb

A childless couple live on a farm, with a flock of sheep their only company. María (Noomi Rapace) and Ingvar (Hilmir Snær Guðnason) live a modest and peaceful life in harmony with nature. Yet they defy the natural order of things when a mysterious newborn appears in their barn and they decide to keep it, despite the warning signals more info

Everything Went Fine

When André, 85, suffers a stroke, his daughter, a successful author named Emmanuelle, leaves everything and devotes herself to her father – a vibrant man who was always surrounded by friends and good food, now finds himself bedridden and frustrated. When André ask her and her sister, Pascal, to help him with one last task more info

West Side Story (1961)

One of the modern classic and favorite interpretations of the tale of Romeo and Juliet, set on the streets of New York of the 1950s, in a musical film filled with song and dance scenes,just like the traditional stage musicals. Maria (Natalie Wood at the peak of her radiance, shining in the beauty of her short life that as we know is about to come to more info

Intregalde

Maria, Dan and Ilinca take part in their regular end-of-the-year humanitarian trip, driving an SUV along the mountain dirt roads of the Romanian village of Întregalde. They help a lonely old man reach a sawmill where he supposedly works more info

Decalogue 10 (Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s house ...)

Two brothers meet at their father’s funeral after not having seen each other for a long time. They find out that their father left them a large stamp collection worth millions. The brothers, who didn’t even know about the collection, start to begin to grow paranoid about its completeness for fear of theft on the black and temperamental stamp exchange market

Three Floors

“Three Floors” is an adaptation of the Israeli author Eshkol Nevo’s bestseller which here becomes an Italian drama directed by the popular wizard of cinema,Nanni Moretti, who is also known for the film “My Mother” and the exemplary “The Son’s Room”. One night the lives of all the residents in a building change after  more info

Let It Be Morning

Sami lives in Jerusalem with his wife and kid. An invitation to his brother’s wedding forces him to return to the Palestinian village where he grew up. After the wedding, with no explanation, the village is put under lockdown by Israeli soldiers. Chaos rises overnight amongst those stuck within the walls. Cut off from the outside world more info