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  • The Humans

    On Curzon Home Cinema Christmas Eve & In Cinemas Boxing Day

  • The Humans

    The Humans explores the hidden dread of a family and the love that binds them together.

  • Natural Light

    Winner of the Silver Bear for Best Director at the Berlin Film Festival, Dénes Nagy’s drama is a searing portrait of military life during wartime.

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  • Gagarine

    Youri, 16, grew up in Gagarin, a huge city of red bricks in Ivry-sur-Seine, where he dreams of becoming a cosmonaut.

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  • Ninjababy

    In Yngvild Sve Flikke’s razor-sharp comedy, a young pregnant woman’s life becomes a little more complex with the arrival of an opinionated animated avatar.

  • I'm Your Man

    From director Maria Schrader (Unorthodox) comes a rom com with a twist. Starring Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey) & Maren Eggert (Berlinale Silver Bear winner), a scientist partakes in an extraordinary experiment: she must live with a humanoid romantic partner for 3 weeks, made specifically for her

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  • Nowhere Special

    From Director Ubert Pasolini, Nowhere Special is a life-affirming tale inspired by true events, featuring a stunning performance from James Norton and a heart-warming debut by Daniel Lamont.

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  • Sweat

    Magnus van Horn’s impressive second feature explores life for Magdalena Koleśnik’s archetypal Insta-star over the course of three eventful days.

  • The Killing of Two Lovers

    Robert Machoian’s terse, Utah-set drama explores the anguish of a couple whose relationship has disintegrated, but with only one of them wanting out.

  • Il Mio Corpo

    Michele Pennetta’s lyrical and melancholic docu-drama follows two young men living separate but equally tough hardscrabble lives on the margins of Sicilian society.

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  • About Endlessness

    Directed by Roy Andersson

    With ABOUT ENDLESSNESS, Roy Andersson adds to his cinematic oeuvre with a reflection on human life in all its beauty and cruelty, its splendour and banality.

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