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Amazing Grace (2018)

The most anticipated music documentary of the year offers an oceanic swell of euphoria and joy as 29-year-old Aretha Franklin sings her heart out in a legendary LA concert.
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Beauty and Decay (2019)

A gentle portrait introduces the soft side of Sven Marquardt, a man that the world knows as Europe’s toughest bouncer working on the door of the infamous techno club Berghain.
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A triumph at Sundance, David Crosby's story is universally inspiring, bearing an emotional impact that transcends the rock documentary genre. Only Crowe and Eaton could have composed a cinematic portrait so intimate and unforgettable.
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Du (2019)

A young couple on their vacation far away from other people struggle with unspoken words, frustration, love and power.
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Imagine if Lucian Freud and Mike Leigh got together to make a serial-killer movie, and then Quentin Tarantino turned up to play some vinyl to accompany the scenes of rape and murder, and you basically have Fatih Akin’s The Golden Glove.
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Goliath (2018)

In the tradition of Jacques Audiard (A Prophet) and Ken Loach (Sweet Sixteen), Goliath hits hard, and its cast of authentic and deeply moving characters will leave viewers shattered.
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Hellhole (2019)

Hellhole follows lives of three different kind of Bryssel-dwellers. In Bas Devos' vision EU capital becomes a nest of urban alienation and a symbol of the failure of the European dream.
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Honeyland (2019)

Sundance winner Honeyland is a tough and tender portrait of the delicate balance between humankind and nature, a glimpse at a fast disappearing way of life, and an unforgettable testament to one extraordinary woman’s resilience.
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Hustlers (2019)

Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu turn the tables and steal the show as pole-dancing gold diggers in Lorene Scafaria’s rip-roaring retelling of a real-life strip club heist. A full-force performance from J-Lo genuinely deserving of awards consideration.
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Juice (2018)

A story of singer-songwriter Juice Leskinen, a love professional. Juice felt deeply and extremely sensitively, but wounded many people, including himself.
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Lourdes (2018)

The holy city of Lourdes is a sanctuary for the broken that offers a safe community for the lonely hearts.
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Once Aurora (2018)

In a close-up documentary film, the Norwegian pop-sensation is working on her new album. The record label is expecting radio hits, but Aurora wants to create art that is true to her.
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One-Off Incident short films are part of a film sensation made by fifteen filmmakers, artists, researchers and social activists collectively. The films reveal the hidden way power is exercised on women in both private life and in society.
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Piranhas (2019)

Another gripping Roberto Saviano adaptation, from the Gomorrah writer’s latest book, Claudio Giovannesi’s film is an authentic account of Naples’ Littler Caesars.
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Kim Longinotto’s carefully structured portrait of the fearless photojournalist Letizia Battaglia introduces, who's been capturing indelible images of the brutal atrocities of life under the Mafia in Sicily. Battaglia has the curiosity and ageless spirit of Agnès Varda.
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The Swallows of Kabul (2019)

One of many beauties of The Swallows of Kabul is that it portrays every central character as a complex human being capable of change. The film threads an undying hope for the future through every shade of its tragedy and sacrifice.
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System K (2019)

In the urban jungle of Kinshasa underground visual artists, musicians and performers create amazing art using recycled objects and their own bodies to express their anger, but also their dreams for change.
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Tuntematon mestari (2019)

An elderly art dealer about to retire spots an old painting at an auction. He suspects it is worth much more than the starting price and decides to make one last deal in order to earn proper pension money.
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Typhoon Mama (2019)

Family might not be the worst but it definitely is the hardest. Director's Filipino stepmother is living in Sweden, pressured for money by her sons back home who believe she lives in luxury. In reality Yolanda is struggling between two worlds.
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Where's My Roy Cohn? (2019)

A fascinating film about a very controversial and corrupt hate figure and his association with Donald Trump. An illuminating portrait explains how USA ended up to where it is today.
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