2 - 11 nov 2018

Program 2018

Saturday 03 November

Cold War

Panorama

11:30 - 12:58 Trianon 1

Every single shot is a masterpiece in this impressive drama taking place in a divided Europe. Zula and Viktor are entangled in an intense romance, restrained by political circumstances as well as themselves. After Ida, this is another marvelous feat by Paweł Pawlikowski.

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Wildlife

American Indie Competition

11:45 - 13:29 Kijkhuis 1

In this charming directorial debut by Paul Dano, 14-year-old Joe seems to be the only reasonable one left in the family. A moving family drama with superb acting by Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal.

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The Old Man and The Gun

Panorama

13:45 - 15:18 Trianon 1

Hands up! Throughout his entire career no-one has been able to resist Robert Redford, and he’s never been more charming than he is in The Old Man & the Gun. His final film tells the true story of Forrest Tucker, starting with his audacious escape from San Quentin at the age of 70, and covering the unprecedented string of heists that confounded authorities and enchanted the public.

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Shoplifters: English Subtitles

Panorama

14:15 - 16:16 Trianon 3

Anyone who’s seen Our Little Sister and Like Father, Like Son at earlier editions of our festival will not want to miss out on this one. Neither will anyone who knows it won the Palm d’Or in Cannes. For everyone else: trust us when we say this magnificent family drama is one of the best films of the year

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And Breathe Normally

Nordic Watching

17:00 - 18:35 Kijkhuis 2

A struggling Icelandic single mother forms an unlikely bond with a female asylum seeker from Guinea Bissau in this powerful and impressively acted social-realist drama, set against the background of the grim Icelandic landscape.

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Shoplifters

Panorama

18:45 - 20:46 Kijkhuis 1

Anyone who’s seen Our Little Sister and Like Father, Like Son at earlier editions of our festival will not want to miss out on this one. Neither will anyone who knows it won the Palm d’Or in Cannes. For everyone else: trust us when we say this magnificent family drama is one of the best films of the year.

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The Wife

Panorama

21:45 - 23:25 Kijkhuis 2

Joan Castleman (Glenn Close, in what may be her best role yet) re-evaluates life in the shadow of her arrogant, narcissistic husband as she accompanies him to Stockholm, where he’s about to accept the Nobel Prize for Literature.

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Beautiful Boy

Panorama

21:45 - 23:37 Trianon 1

Brilliant acting by Timothée Chalamet (Call Me By Your Name) and Steve Carell turns this story about a family, struggling with their addicted son, into this festival’s number one tearjerker. A heartbreaking, moving biopic about healing and survival.

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