Céline Sciamma is an artist at the height of her powers. Her fourth film is an enigmatic story of love and desire between two women in 18th century Brittany, a cerebral and sensual study of art and the transformative power of the female gaze.
A gem of a film, shot with powdery perfection, Joanna Hogg’s multilayered memoir of self discovery, artistic dreams, class privilege and the pains of first love solidifies her place at the forefront of new British cinema.
A beautifully paced tragicomedy is filmed around the unrequited love experienced by three lonely individuals living in the Iranian capital. "Tehran: City of Love" presents the charms and challenges of this bustling metropolis.
Some films just have it all: Stanley Donen as the director, Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney as the leads, beautiful colours, perfect photography... and an honest story of a married couple in and out of love.