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Emma Bovary thinks to escape her dull, provincial life by marrying the local doctor and moving to town, only to find more of the same.
A recreation of the 1914 Christmas truce in the trenches during the first winter of World War One.
A group of unemployed men who see no hope in their future decide to try to turn their fortunes around with a hold-up.
A homegrown terrorist escapes from jail in Grenoble and stays one step ahead of the police.
Second part of Belvaux's trilogy is played mostly for laughs as a man comes to believe his wife is caught up in conspiracy.
Final part in the trilogy about a Grenoble detective and an escaped con.
Bronte's classic is transported to 1930s France.
Connecting to Leonard Cohen Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller on Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song
Shaping myths Elena López Riera on the shifting nature of stories and gender roles in The Water
A world in miniature Erige Sehiri reflects on the origin and themes of Under The Fig Trees
The almost futuristic Shirin Neshat on Michael Brook, Sheila Vand, Isabella Rossellini, Matt Dillon, Sam Shepard and Land Of Dreams
EIFF announces new strands Festival also brings in new competition section as it returns to August
DocFest announces prizes Sansón and Me, Master Of Light and Lyra among winners
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