Debate

Riveting films that amplify, scrutinise, argue and surprise.

 

 

Ahed’s Knee

A high-intensity political drama/satire from Israeli director Nadav Lapid, about a filmmaker coming face-to-face with his conscience and the state of a nation’s culture.

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All These Sons

The second collaboration from Academy Award-nominees Bing Liu and Joshua Altman is an urgent document of two community groups in Chicago that empower young Black men.

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Between Two Worlds

Juliette Binoche plays an undercover reporter investigating the conditions faced by France’s working women in this insightful, involving drama.

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BURN IT DOWN!

Exactly 30 years after the original Woodstock, festival organisers attempted to replicate that summer of love vibe. However, times had changed and a new cultural zeitgeist raged.

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Dopesick

Best Director Oscar winner Barry Levinson and Emmy-winning writer and showrunner Danny Strong take aim at Big Pharma in this dynamic series starring Michael Keaton.

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ear for eye

At times furious, joyous and moving, debbie tucker green’s adaptation of her acclaimed play on racial injustice in the UK and USA is nothing short of mesmerising.

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The First Wave

When the Covid-19 pandemic struck, hospital staff found themselves on the front line. This essential film documents the first wave as experienced by New York City’s emergency medical workers.

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A Hero

Asghar Farhadi’s signature cinematic web-weaving is deployed to captivating effect in his Cannes Grand Prix-winning drama – a reflection on the grey line between right and wrong.

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The Hole in the Fence

The politics of privilege are brutally dissected in a striking coming-of-age tale that exposes the fault lines and schisms of contemporary Mexican society.

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Invisible Demons

An environmental disaster is brewing in New Delhi and this unsettling documentary details the profound impact of pollution and climate change.

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Leave No Traces

After the brutal killing of a Polish student by security police in 1983, the State’s supposedly ‘independent’ legal system finds itself under intense political pressure.

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Little Palestine, Diary of a Siege

Yarmouk Camp in Damascus, Syria, was once home to the largest concentration of Palestinian refugees. Abdallah Al-Khatib’s record of its brutal siege is vital viewing.

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Mass

The parents of two boys involved in a school shooting strive for closure in this riveting feature debut from writer-director Fran Kranz.

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The Neutral Ground

In this bitingly satirical and deeply personal documentary, CJ Hunt traces the troubled history of Confederate monuments in America.

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Rehana

An assistant medical professor faces her own #MeToo moment when she discovers that her colleague has assaulted one of her students, in this gripping feminist drama from Bangladesh.

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Welcome to Spain

Spain is viewed through the eyes of recently arrived immigrants, revealing an acute perspective on the refugee experience.

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