MFF 2019. - program

BEATS

1994, a small town in central Scotland. Best mates Johnno and Spanner share a deep bond. Now on the cusp

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Clergy

One of the greatest film hits in Poland of all time was seen by as many as five million people.

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Deerskin

Jean Dujardin ( The Artist ) plays Georges, a bearded middle – aged man who spends several thousand euros on

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Give Me Liberty

Vic, a hapless young Russian American, drives a handicapped transportation vehicle in Mi lwaukee. Already running late on a day

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Jumpman

As in his previous film Zoology about a woman with a tail, director Tverdovskiy examines the life of a lonely

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Oleg

Inspired by a true story about modern-day slavery experienced by economic immigrants in Western Europe, Oleg premiered in Directors’ Fortnight

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Oray

Laureled with a number of festival awards, including the one for Best First Film at Berlinale, this film tells us

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Stitches

Awarded at Berlinale where it premiered, this film reveals a shocking true story about thousands of baby kidnaping cases that

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Support The Girls

Mumblecore king Andrew Bujalski is back with a new attraction – a comedy on the verge of political correctness that

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The Factory

Almost all transition countries, including Russia, have experienced the horrors of chaotic privatization and corruption. In this riveting thriller with

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The Innocent

Shown at the festivals in Toronto, Rotterdam and San Sebastian, Simon Jacquemet’s second feature is a fascinating and dark, occasionally

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Tusta

The biopic documentary about Branko “Tusta” Črnac and his punk-rock band KUD Idijoti will have its world premiere in Motovun.

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Vox Lux

A terrorist attack takes place on the island of Brač, with Croatian pop star Tajči’s song in the background. The

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White, white day

In a remote Icelandic town, chief of police Ingimundur (played by Ingvar Sigurðsson, who we know from Of Horses and

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