The 2015 LUX Prize reveals its official selection

The ravages of time in a normal life, the misfortunes of humanitarian aid, the traditional connection to nature, the struggle to make a decent life in spite of economical crisis, the odyssey of finding a new and welcoming place to live in, the...

Focus on 45 Years by Andrew Haigh

For his third feature film, 45 Years, in competition at the 65th Berlinale, British director Andrew Haigh chose to focus on another generation than the starring one in Greek Pete (2009) and Weekend (2011). In this film, adapted from a novel by...

Focus on A Perfect Day by Fernando León de Aranoa

The only Spanish representative (with a feature film) at the 68th Cannes Film Festival was a happy man: his seventh work of fiction is treading the Croisette within a section dripping with hero worship and prestige. And he is doing it with an...

Focus on Hrútar (Rams) by Grimur Hakonarson

Never has a cinema audience ever been treated to the sight of a digger being used as a makeshift ambulance to dump a man on the brink of death outside a hospital as if it were dropping off a parcel. Especially when the driver leaves just as...

Focus on La Loi du Marché (The Measure of a Man)

He's a man like any other, an unassuming individual trapped in the net of long-term unemployment and wandering the moral desert created by the large economic machine of the contemporary world. Unlike the imaginary superheroes that flood our...