The Tragedy Of Macbeth The Tragedy Of Macbeth

This year's edition of the festival will run as a hybrid event, featuring in person screenings and online from October 6 to 17. Several of the films will also be simultaneously screened at partner venues elsewhere in the UK. The festival will open with The Harder They Fall and close with Macbeth.

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Last Night In Soho
Eloise, an aspiring fashion designer, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters a dazzling wannabe singer, Sandie. But the glamour is not all it appears to be.
The Power Of The Dog
The Power Of The Dog
A widow and her son are tormented by her new husband’s sullen and bullying brother.
The Harder They Fall
When an outlaw discovers his enemy is being freed from jail he rounds up his gang to seek revenge.
Memory Box
Memory Box
Three generations of women in Canada, deal with memories of their homeland of Lebanon.
Prayers For The Stolen
Prayers For The Stolen
Life in a town at war seen through the eyes of three young girls on the path to adolescence.
Belfast
Belfast
The tale of a young boy living in Belfast in the late 1960s.
The Tender Bar
The Tender Bar
A young man gets taken under the wing of his bar-owning uncle.
A Hero
A Hero
When an ex-con's decides to try and rehabilitate himself by returning a lost bag of coins and exploiting the media attention, nothing goes to plan.
See For Me
See For Me
A legally blind housesitter turns to a mobile app service for help when the remote mansion she’s looking after is targeted by a gang of thieves.
Azor
Azor
Thriller set in the world of high finance.
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From saving goals to shooting film
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Ideas create the aesthetic
Ed Lachman on Todd Haynes, Christine Vachon, and shooting interviews for The Velvet Underground
Secret plan
Cop Secret writers and stars on how a comedy trailer turned into an action movie
Making space for magic
Alexandre Koberidze on folktales and What Do We See When We Look At The Sky?
A participant observer
Ed Lachman on Songs For Drella, Lou Reed, John Cale, and The Velvet Underground
'I’m always amazed people are shocked by sex in movies'
Benedetta director Paul Verhoeven on religion, nudity, and sexuality
Team Tilda make a splash
Mother and daughter reunion for a Cannes ovation
Fishing for truth
Luzzu director Alex Camilleri on the casting and shooting of his debut
Reinventing herself
Mia Hansen-Løve on Bergman Island, ghosts and Maya
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