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Festen

by Thomas Vinterberg

It's summertime in Denmark, and at the Great House a celebration is about to begin: Helge Klingenfeldt, patriarch and lord of the manor, is turning sixty.
Invitations have been issued, the seating plan drawn up, and now the guests' cars are pulling onto the courtyard outside the main steps: friends, relatives, and of course, the patriarch's next of kin: Elsa, his wonderful wife, and their three grown-up children, Christian, Michael, and Helene. The head of the family is to be fêted in a way nobody will ever forget...

Fill The Void

Fill The Void

by Rama Burshtein

Shira, the youngest daughter of an Orthodox Hassidic family from Tel Aviv has to choose between her heart's wish and her family duty...

First of all, Felicia

First of all, Felicia

by Razvan Radulescu and Melissa de Raaf

In a time of no-thrill traveling, where taking a plane is like taking the bus, and in a culture that supports us to find our place everywhere, »First of all, Felicia« talks about the alienated condition of a 40 year old woman who believed to have followed her passion and now doesn't know anymore where she belongs.

Fists in the Pocket

Fists in the Pocket

by Marco Bellocchio

50 years after its magnificent premiere at the Locarno International FIlm Festival Marco Bellocchio's FISTS IN THE POCKET returns to the Piazza - remastered in 4K!

Flame

Flame & Citron

by Ole Christian Madsen

Copenhagen 1944. While the Danish population hopes for a swift end to the war, freedom fighters Bent Faurschou-Hviid (23), a.k.a. Flame and Jørgen Haagen Schmith (33), a.k.a. Citron, secretly put their lives at stake fighting for the Holger Danske resistance group.

Forget About Nick

Forget About Nick

by Margarethe von Trotta

Former model Jade and the struggling academic Maria have only one thing in common: their ex-husband. During his absence, the women find themselves living together in his New York luxury loft apartment. Two worlds collide and a heated hostility ensues.

Foxtrot

Foxtrot

by Samuel Maoz

Michael and his wife Dafna are devastated when army officials show up at their home to announce the death of their son Jonathan. Michael spirals into a whirlwind of grief and anger only to experience one of life‘s unfathomable twists which rivals the surreal military experiences of his son...

FRENZY

FRENZY

by Emin Alper

Istanbul is in the grip of political violence. The state uses new underground techniques in the hunt for terrorists in shantytowns. Escalating pressure from the authorities creates suspicion and mistrust. For brothers Kadir and Ahmet, there’s no escape from the suffocating atmosphere that can turn friends into enemies.Their frenzied paranoia can only lead to destruction... A tense political drama from the acclaimed director of BEYOND THE HILL (2012 Berlinale Forum - Caligari Film Prize).