Take on Love

Take on Love is our theme programme about the right to be yourself and love whom you want.

Grand Me

Atiye Zare Arandi

A 9-year-old Iranian girl plans to sue her parents after their bitter divorce in a lively and bittersweet film directed by her aunt. A fresh, contemporary contribution to the great Iranian tradition of films about the world of children.


Monica Sorelle

Tender portrait of a Haitian immigrant family in Miami, facing housing insecurities in a rapidly gentrifying neighbourhood. Xavier dreams of buying a bigger house for him and his wife Esperance. Meanwhile, their son struggles to find his place in not one but two communities, while dealing with his father’s immense expectations.

Orlando, My Political Biography

Paul B. Preciado

In 1928, Virginia Woolf wrote Orlando, the first novel in which the main character changes sex. A century later, trans writer and activist Paul B. Preciado decides to send a film letter to Virginia Woolf. Playful, urgent and brilliantly innovative in its way of exploring transgender identity.


Carolina Markowicz

Suellen, a Brazilian toll-booth attendant, falls in with a gang of thieves in an attempt to keep her family afloat. She realises she can use her job to raise some extra money illegally for a ‘noble’ cause: to send her son to expensive conversion therapy.