Watch here and in cinemas from 25 August
Five friends gather on the rooftop of a building overlooking the grand yet crumbling city of Havana. The Cuban capital is a symbol for the potential and promise that these characters' lives once held. It also represents the feelings of regret and disappointment that accompany a lifetime of experience.
Directed by: Laurent Cantet
"A lovingly made film that acquires unexpected poignancy" The Hollywood Reporter
Directed by: Benedict Andrews
"Simmers with the combustible suspense of a Tarantino movie" Indiewire
Available here and in cinemas from 8 September.
The reality of life as a civilian in modern-day Damascus is explored in gripping and visceral detail in Insyriated - winner of the Panorama Audience Award at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival.
Trapped inside her home as the city around her is reduced to rubble, mother-of-three Oum Yazan takes comfort in the familiarity of household routines. One day, an ominous knock on the door signals that their time in hiding is almost up. And when the world outside finally bursts in, Oum Yazan is forced to make a terrible sacrifice.
Directed by: Philippe Van Leeuw