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A Brutal Game

Director: Jean-Claude Brisseau

Cast Summary: Bruno Cremer, Emmanuelle Debever, Lisa Hérédia


Jean-Claude Brisseau (Secret Things, The Exterminating Angels, A L’Aventure) is an auteur often associated with films that are sexually provocative, risqué and controversial. In this darkly fascinating tale, Professor Tessier (Bruno Cremer), a famous scientist, has an unruly adolescent daughter, Isabelle, who is paralysed from the waist down. From the outset we learn that Tessier is a killer, systematically murdering children who vandalised his lab. Tyrannical and extremely controlling of his daughter, Tessier is also an introverted figure that at times evokes pity. As he descends into a moral abyss his daughter Isabelle increasingly opens up to the world.

A L'Aventure

Director: Jean-Claude Brisseau

Cast Summary:

Carole Brana, Arnaud Binard, Nadia Chibani, Lise Bellynck


Provocateur, philosopher and taboo-breaker, Jean Claude Brisseau (Secret Things, The Exterminating Angels) ends his trilogy with one woman's exploration of her deepest desires in A L'AVENTURE.

Don't Look Down

Director: Eliseo Subiela

Cast Summary: Antonella Costa, Leandro Stivelman


Tantalising, bold and intensely erotic, cult director Eliseo Subiela's latest film explores the tantric possibilities of sexual imaginations and awakenings.

Eisenstein in Guanajuato

Director: Peter Greenaway

Cast Summary:

Elmer Bäck, Luis Alberti


Writer/director Peter Greenaway (Nightwatching, Goltzius & The Pelican Company), awarded Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema at the 2014 BAFTAs, explores the mind of one of the greatest masters of Cinema (in the first of a trilogy of feature films) through ten passionate days that helped shape the rest of his career.

Goltzius & The Pelican Company

Director: Peter Greenaway

Cast Summary:

F. Murray Abraham, Ramsey Nasr, Kate Moran, Guilio Berruti, Anne Louise Hassing, Flavio Parrenti, Lars Eidinger, Hallina Reijn, Pippo Delbono


Recently awarded Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema at the 2014 BAFTAs, Peter Greenaway's latest feature explores the life of celebrated 16th century Dutch painter, printer and engraver, Hendrik Goltzius.

Q

Director: Laurent Bouhnik

Cast Summary:

Déborah Révy, Hélène Zimmer, Gowan Didi, Johnny Amaro, Léticia Belliccini


Laurent Bouhnik's Q is a probing look at the nature of sexual impulses and the unique intimacy that only sex can create between two people. When the enigmatic Cecile walks into the lives of a group of conflicted teenagers, their deepest-felt sexual urges are unleashed and their worlds changed forever.

Student Services

Director: Emmanuelle Bercot

Cast Summary:

Déborah François, Alain Cauchi, Mathiew Demy, Benjamin Siksou


From uncompromising writer-director Emmanuelle Bercot (Clement), and starring the stunning Deborah Francois (Populaire, The Page Turner), STUDENT SERVICES, based on the notorious memoir of a former student prostitute, is as compelling as it is shocking.

The Exterminating Angels

Director: Jean-Claude Brisseau

Cast Summary:

Frederic Van Den Driessche, Maroussia Dubreuil, Lise Bellynck, Marie Allan, Raphaele Godin, Magaret Zenou


THE EXTERMINATING ANGELS is the second part of filmmaker provocateur Jean-Claude Brisseau's (Choses Secrètes, A l'Aventure) startling trilogy exploring societal taboos.

The Housemaid

Director: Im Sang Soo

Cast Summary:

Do-yeon Jeon, Jung-Jae Lee, Seo-Hyeon Ahn, Seo Woo, Yeo-Jong Yun


A sexy and stylishly crafted psychological thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat, THE HOUSEMAID (Cannes ‘Palme d’Or’ nominee) tells the tale of one woman’s influence that tears a rich family apart.

The Kreutzer Sonata

Director: Bernard Rose

Cast Summary: Danny Huston, Elisabeth Röhm, Matthew Yang King, Angelica Huston


The second instalment of a planned trilogy loosely based on the works of the great Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy, acclaimed British director Bernard Rose (CANDYMAN) follows the remarkable IVANS XTC with THE KREUTZER SONATA, a shocking new film set in contemporary Hollywood that graphically emphasizes Tolstoy's brutally controversial views on the corrupting power of sex and accompanying jealousy.

The Sound And The Fury

Director: Jean-Claude Brisseau

Cast Summary: Bruno Cremer, FranCois Negret, Vincent Gasperitsch, Thierry Helaine, Luc Ponette


Jean-Claude Brisseau (Secret Things, The Exterminating Angels, A L’Aventure) is an auteur often associated with films that are sexually provocative, risqué and controversial. Winner of the Special Youth Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, THE SOUND AND THE FURY presents a brutal, shocking and poignant look at the lives of children living in the Paris projects.

The Wayward Cloud

Director: Tsai Ming-Liang

Cast Summary: Lee Kang-Sheng, Chen Shiang-Chyi, Lu Yi-Ching, Yang Kuei-Mei, Sumomo Yozakura


Taiwan's official contender for Oscar nomination, Ming-Liang Tsai's latest outrageous blend of sex, comedy, musical and drama went down a storm at the London Film Festival, leaving some audience members completely stunned. Daring, controversial and very funny.
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