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This year's edition of the festival provides an opportunity to see some of the coming season's big awards contenders, which have been highly acclaimed around the world. There's also an Asif Kapadia retrospective and a great line-up of family favourites to take little ones along to.
The festival runs from 19 to 26 October.
View Films by Strand:
- Asif Kapadia
- Camera Catalonia
- Carving Our Futures
- Environment & Community
- Family Film Festival
- Identity & Illuminations
- International Festival Highlights
- Opening & Closing Films
- Powell & Pressburger
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CFF Latest Reviews
The story of a young woman who has been brought back to life.
The story of Eugenie, an esteemed cook, and Dodin, the fine gourmet she has been working for over the last 20 years.
US backpackers Hanna and Liv take a job in a remote Australian pub for some extra cash and are confronted with a bunch of unruly locals and a situation that grows rapidly out of their control.
The course of potential love does not run smooth for shelf-stacker and a metal worker.
An eight-year-old explores her identity over a summer in the Basque country.
A woman realises the source of her trauma and sexual appetite after returning to her coastal-town home.
When a mum makes a promise to her daughter after unfairly punishing her, she finds herself having to go the extra mile to make it come true.
We follow three friends who contend with peer pressure in their decision to “do it”.
A documentary about the development of South Korea's lesbian community in the 1990s.
A road movie which draws from the archives of artist Audrey Amiss.
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