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Venus stands alone. As spring arrives, David and Eros are installed besides her. Venus instantly falls in love with David, while Eros’ jealousy alters the love triangle into a tragedy. Parliament


VIVAN LAS ANTIPODAS! (Germany, Netherlands, Argentina, Chile, Russia) Deckert Distribution, 104mins. Dir: Victor Kossakovsky. Haven’t we all wondered what was happening beneath our very feet on the other side of the planet? The film visits four such antipodal pairs and captures images that turn our view of the world upside down. A feast for the senses. CinemaxX Studio 12

205 – ROOMOF FEAR (Germany) Global Screen, 100mins. Dir: Rainer Matsutani. Key cast: Jennifer Ulrich, Julia Dietze, Inez Bjorg David. Student Kathrin is thrilled to be on her own at last. But when strange things begin to happen in her dorm room, No. 205, she starts to understand why no one rented it since the mysterious disappearance of its former occupant. CinemaxX Studio 13

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MOSQUITA YMARI (US) Maya Entertainment, 85mins. Dir: Aurora Guerrero. Key cast: Fenessa Pineda, Venecia Troncoso, Joaquin Garrido. A coming-of-age story about two 15-year-old Latinas who struggle to recognise the sexual undercurrent in their friendship while growing up in an urban immigrant community within the US. Marriott 1


(Germany) Rise and Shine World Sales, 91mins. Dir: Hannes Lang. The Alps, an ancient region of natural beauty is changing – a result of

or suffering the gruesome consequences. CinemaxX 4


THE ARRIVAL OF WANG (Italy) Rai Trade, 82mins. Dir: Manetti bros. Key cast: Francesca Cuttica, Ennio Fantastichini, Li Yong Gaia, an interpreter, is called on a top-secret job. She meets Curti, a government agent devoid of scruples who needs to interrogate the mysterious Mr Wang. An encounter that will forever change her life and that of the entire planet. CinemaxX Studio 19

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LIPSTIKKA (Israel, UK) The Little Film Company, 90mins. Dir: Jonathan Sagall. Key cast: Clara Khoury, Nataly Attiya, Daniel Caltagirone. Two Palestinian

climate change. Millions of euros are invested in technologies to produce the perfect landscape that is independent from nature. CinemaxX Studio 17

RED LIGHTS (Spain, US) Parlay Films, 120mins. Dir: Rodrigo Cortes. Key cast: Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver, Robert De Niro. When a psychologist’s investigation into paranormal activity focuses on whether or not a world-renowned psychic is actually a fraud, her results are far from expected. Cubix 2

ROMEO ELEVEN (Canada) Reprise Films, 93mins. Dir: Ivan Grbovic. Key cast: Ali Ammar, Joseph Bou Nassar, Sanda Bourenane. Portrait of a shy young man looking for love in all the wrong places. A path of lies slowly catches up to him, which leads to a surprising and moving conclusion. CinemaxX 2

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teenage girls break the curfew imposed by the Israeli military. They sneak into the Jewish part of Jerusalem to see a movie but their youthful prank goes suddenly wrong. CinemaxX Studio 11


ROBOT & FRANK (US) Exclusive Media 90mins. Dir: Jake Schreier. Key cast: Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon, James Marsden Set in the near future, a buddy caper about an elderly ex-jewel thief and his new caretaker robot. Cubix 3

THE OPPOSITE OF LOVE (Spain) DeAPlaneta, 100mins. Dir: Vicente Villanueva. Key cast: Hugo Silva, Adriana Ugarte, Alex Barahona. After a string of failed relationships, Merce and Raul start falling for each other. Romance gives way to fear, to control freakery, to neediness, to attempts to change the other person. dffb-Kino


JUST LIKE A WOMAN (France, US) Doc & Film International, 105mins. Dir: Rachid Bouchareb. Key cast: Sienna Miller, Golshifteh Farahani, Roschdy Zem.

Marylin and Salma travel across the US. One of them wants to make her dream come true and become a professional belly dancer, while the other one tries to run away from the police. CinemaxX 10


FAREWELLMY QUEEN (France, Spain) Elle Driver, 100mins. Dir: Benoit Jacquot. Key cast: Lea Seydoux, Diane Kruger, Virginie Ledoyen. July 1789. Versailles carries on isolated from the rest of the world. Sidonie, the Queen’s reader, knows these will be the last days she’ll spend at her queen’s side. CineStar 2

SUMMER IN ORANGE (Germany) Beta Cinema, 110mins. Dir: Marcus H. Rosenmuller. Key cast: Amber Bongard, Petra Schmidt-Schaller, Bela Baumann. A culture clash comedy about a time when self- discovery was not yet mainstream. CinemaxX Studio 14

SUMMER WINDOW (Germany, Finland) TrustNordisk 96mins. Dir: Hendrik Handloegten. Key cast: Nina Hoss, Fritzi Haberlandt, Lars Eidinger. Juliane’s happiness seems perfect. She is head over heels in love and has just

begun a new life with August. One morning, she wakes up to find that she has been thrown back into her past – before she met her new love. CinemaxX 1


AVALON (Sweden) TrustNordisk 79mins. Dir: Axel Petersen. Key cast: Johannes Brost, Peter Carlberg, Leonore Ekstrand. CinemaxX 6

CODE 37, THEMOVIE (Belgium) Delphis Films, 97mins. Dir: Jakob Verbruggen. Key cast: Veerle Baetens, Michael Pas, Gilles De Schrijver. Chief police inspector Hannah Maes and her team are investigating a series of strange indecency offences. When her private investigation gains momentum, she loses herself completely. Studio 16


REDD INC. (Australia) Arclight Films, 93mins. Dir: Daniel Krige. Key cast: Nicholas Hope, Kelly Paterniti, Sam Reid. Six captive office workers are chained to their desks by a demented serial killer, ex-regional manager Thomas Reddmann. He assigns them the impossible task of proving his innocence

SEXUAL CHRONICLES OF A FRENCH FAMILY (France) Wide 85mins. Dir: Jean-Marc Barr, Pascal Arnold. Key cast: Mathais Melloul, Valerie Maes, Stephan Hersoen Breakfast, when morning silence is sometimes too heavy, when during dinner everything is talked about except sex, where the routine of a contemporary family is disturbed when Romain, the youngest son, is caught masturbating. CinemaxX Studio 18


BLOOD FROMA STONE (France) Wild Bunch, 98mins. Dir: Jacques Maillot. Key cast: Daniel Auteuil. Widower Georges Pierret runs his shipyard like it’s his lifeline. His employees are devoted to making the business work. Then George learns that his credit line is going to be cut off and suddenly his life hangs in the balance. MGB-Kino

CITY STATE (Iceland) Icelandic Film Centre. 87mins. Dir: Olaf de Fleur. Key cast: Agusta Eva Erlendsdottir, Ingvar E. Sigurdsson, Sigurdur Sigurjonsson. An immigrant vows revenge after losing his unborn child in an attack by a crime syndicate, thereby binding his fate with a troubled policewoman, her corrupt police commander and a


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