Gently striking, achingly tense, this subtly explores the shifting relationship between the dimunitive Lilith, a blonde, blue-eyed Argentinian girl, and Josef Menegle, the Nazi doctor on the run for his crimes at Auschwitz.
This is a powerful Palestinian drama about Tarek, a rebellious young refugee who is determined to find his father. Its 1967, the world is alive with change: brimming with reawakened energy, new styles, music and an infectious sense of hope.
This delightful, fly-on-the-wall doc follows grumpy old Pascal and his long-suffering partner Carole as they drive their 800 sheep around the mountains of Switzerland.
Bastards follows the true story of Rabha, an illiterate young woman who took on tradition, her family, and the Moroccan justice system for the sake of her illegitimate child: a powerful and uplifting documentary from the cutting edge of Islam.
BASTARDS is a powerful documentary made by director Deborah Perkin. We're delighted Deborah is joining our daytime screening for a Q & A.