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Talya Lavie's feature film debut is the outrageously brilliant, Zero Motivation; another in a line of fascinating, revealing and powerful filmmaking from Israel telling women's stories.
Pablo Fendrik's The Burning is an extraordinarily beautiful piece of cinema; stunningly captured, delicately acted and grippingly written.
Few people will know Asaf Korman's (who previously edited horror comedy Big Bad Wolves) Next To Her and even fewer will be aware that the best female performance of the year is one of Korman's lead actresses, Dana Ivgy.
When Nelly left the German Democratic Republic or East Germany everything in her life was in turmoil. She lost her Partner Wassily, a famous physicist died in a car accident three years before. Forced from her job as a biologist after this, she has had too spend much of that time waiting for her and her [...]
Paul Feig is back with this summer's blockbuster comedy Spy, starring Melissa McCarthy, Rose Byrne, Jude Law, and many more.