Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
IL NOSTRO ULTIMO
Dir: Ludovico Di Martino
When their mother suddenly dies, two brothers want to fulfill her last wish to visit Sicily, so they make their final family vacation an impromptu road trip with her coffin tied to the roof of their car. This family drama won the award for Best Film at Ferrara Film Festival in 2016.
Rosa is a middle-aged sex worker in Madrid whose neighbor, a Russian sex worker, overdoses, forcing the woman’s young daughter to seek refuge in Rosa’s apartment. This compelling drama took home the best screenplay prize at the Guadalajara International Film Festival. “An admirably abrasive by-women-for-women drama.” - Jonathan Holland, The Hollywood Reporter.
This adaptation of Andrus Kivirähk’s novel Rehepapp follows the lives of pragmatic farmers who co-exist with werewolves, ghosts and the plague in a strange, intriguing tale that boasts a very distinctive visual style. A mixture of magic and romantic comedy, NOVEMBER is making its North American premiere in the International Narrative Competition at the Tribeca Film Festival 2017.