The New Horizons International Film Festival is a platform for bold, artistic cinema, searching for new forms of expression, which reach far beyond the boundaries of a conventional film. It is a festival of film visionaries and uncompromising artists, who have the courage to follow their own path despite the prevailing fashions and who use their unique cinematic language to talk about the crucial things in life.
The films presented at the upcoming New Horizons IFF, will orbit around one central theme: the body. The festival’s program will include a separate section, titled "Body in which I live", presenting, among others, the outstanding Angelo by Marcus Schleinzer and Flesh Out by Michela Occhipinti or the subversive Daughters of Fire by Albertina Carri (whose retrospective will also be one of the events at this year’s festival).
The program of this year's edition of New Horizons IFF will also include some gems from the largest world film festivals, including new films screened this year in Cannes. Among them, the Golden Palm winner - the brilliant Parasite directed by Bong Joon-ho and films by other winners of the most important awards. The festival will also screen In Fabric – the British comedy/horror directed by Peter Strickland, which premiered at the last Toronto film festival.
Join us at the 19th New Horizons International Film Festival between July 25 and August 4, 2019.
British movies at MFF:
Ian Henry / Great Britain 2019 / 76’
Brian Welsh / Great Britain 2019 / 96’
Derek Jarman / Great Britain 1993 / 79’
Olivier Assayas / France, Canada, Great Britain 2004 / 111’
Sacha Polak / Netherlands, Great Britain, Belgium, Ireland 2019 / 105’
Peter Strickland / Great Britain 2018 / 118’
Captain Morten and the Spider Queen
Kaspar Jancis, Henry Nicholson, Riho Unt / Estonia, Belgium, Ireland, Great Britain 2018 / 79’
A Moon for My Father
Mania Akbari, Douglas White / Great Britain, Iran, Germany 2018 / 85’
Jessica Hausner / Austria, Great Britain, Germany 2019 / 100’
Alex Holmes / Great Britain 2018 / 97’
Make Me Up
Rachel MacLean / Great Britain 2018 / 84’
Agnieszka Holland / Poland, Great Britain, Ukraine 2019 / 119’
Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood
Quentin Tarantino / USA, Great Britain 2019 / 159’
The Beach Bum
Harmony Korine / Switzerland, Great Britain, France, USA 2019 / 95’
Mark Jenkin / Great Britain 2019 / 88’
Ray & Liz
Richard Billingham / Great Britain 2018 / 108’
Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz / Great Britain, USA 2019 / 108’
Joanna Hogg / Great Britain, USA 2019 / 120’
Abel Ferrara / Italy, Great Britain, USA 2019 / 115’
Van Gogh. At Eternity’s Gate
Julian Schnabel / Ireland, Switzerland, Great Britain, France, USA 2018 / 110’
Bart Layton / Great Britain, USA 2018 / 116’