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2017 DUBLIN Best Irish Feature 2016 MONTREAL LGBT Audience Award Adapted by Irish author and director John Butler from his own screenplay, Handsome Devil is an impressive and vibrant youth film. Forced by his father, the 16-year-old Ned enrols in a...

2017 EDDA AWARDS (ICELAND) Best Icelandic Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actor (B. Hinriksson), Best Supporting Actress (N.D. Filippusdottir), Best Production Design, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Editing2017 PREMIERS...

2016 FLORENCE QUEER Best Feature Film With beautiful visuals, a dynamic soundtrack, and impressive performances from a young cast Center of My World is one of the most delightful coming-of-age stories in recent memory that ably conveys bittersweet affairs...

Premiered at the Rotterdam Film Festival’s Bright Future section in February, Super Dark Times is a story of friendship, guilt, suspicion, and youth, set in the 1990s– a time before the internet, cellphones and social media. Set in a small American town,...

2016 EUROPEAN FANTASTIC FILM FESTIVALS FEDERATION Best European Fantastic Film2016 CANNES FIPRESCI Prize2016 SITGES Best Up-and-coming Director, Young Jury Award2016 LONDON Sutherland Most Original Film Raw, which made some viewers pass out due to its...

2016 GDYNIA Best Debut Director Playground was one of last year’s most controversial and hard to watch films. On the last day of school, 12 year-old Gabrysia wants to bare her feelings to her classmate crush. She chooses an unusual method and blackmails him...

2016 VENICE FIPRESCI Prize–HorizonsThe title and the inspiration for the young and bright Argentinian director Gastón Solnicki’s film comes from Béla Bartók’s opera. Kékszakállú, examines the growing pains of a group of young, upper-middle class girls with...

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