Drama (Japanese language)
In a remote Kyoto mountain village, Tayoko mourns her elderly husband’s imminent death while coming to embrace what will be the first real freedom of her life.
This is the follow-up film to ‘The Anchorage’ (2009), which was awarded Locarno Film Festival’s Golden Leopard (Filmmakers of the Present) and was named one of the year’s Top 10 Films by ‘Variety’, ‘IndieWire’, ‘Cinema Scope’ and ‘Film Comment’. ‘The New York Times’ awarded ‘The Anchorage’ Best First Film of the Year.
Writer – C.W. Winter, Directors – C.W. Winter and Anders Edström.
1984. After viewing a strangely familiar video nasty, Enid, a film censor, sets out to solve the past mystery of her sister’s disappearance, embarking on a quest that dissolves the line between fiction and reality.
Writers – Anthony Fletcher & Prano Bailey-Bond, Director – Prano Bailey-Bond, Executive Producer – Kim Newman.
Prano Bailey-Bond is a multi-award winning director. Prano and Anthony’s most recent collaboration ‘Nasty’ launched at the BFI London Film Festival and has since played in over 100 international festivals, winning more than 10 awards. Censor is supported by Creative England and Ffilm Cymru Wales.
War, Coming of age
An idealistic teenage girl and her group of friends decide to take back a key street from the German forces during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944.
Based on the book ‘Wira of Warsaw: Memoirs of a Girl Soldier’ by George Szlachetko, the screenplay for this film is being written by BAFTA-nominated writer Robin Mukherjee (‘Lore’) and co-produced by Anna Rozalska (‘Arbitrage’) and Klaudia Smieja (‘The Innocents’, ‘Rams’) in Poland.
Writer – Robin Mukherjee, Director – Naomi Wright.
A young couple on a road trip in Iceland are forced to go on the run when they are accused of kidnapping a missing hitchhiker’s baby.
Writer and Director – Laura Scrivano.
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