Movie Suggestions by Studio

20th Century FoxA24Altitude Film EntertainmentAmazon StudiosAnnapurna PicturesAnonymous ContentAppian WayARDARTEARTE France CinémaBBCBBC FilmsBFIBFI Film FundBig BeachBIM DistribuzioneBleecker StreetBritish Film InstituteBron StudiosCanal+Canal+ EspañaCBS FilmsChannel Four FilmsCiné+CinéCinémaCJ EntertainmentCNCColumbia PicturesDanmarks Radio (DR)Det Danske FilminstitutDuplass Brothers ProductionsElement PicturesEndeavor ContentEntertainment OneEurimagesFFAFilm i VästFilm4 ProductionsFilmNation EntertainmentfilmscienceFocus FeaturesFoxFox SearchlightFox Searchlight PicturesFrance 2 CinémaFrance 3 CinémaFrance TélévisionsGaumontGood MachineHanWay FilmsHBO FilmsIFC FilmsIngenious MediaKiller FilmsLe PacteLes Films du FleuveLikely StoryLionsgateLipsync ProductionsLouverture FilmsMagnoliaMagnolia PicturesMEDIA Programme of the European UnionMemento Films ProductionMiramaxMiramax FilmsMK2 FilmsMK2 ProductionsNEONNew Line CinemaNew Zealand Film CommissionNext Entertainment WorldNippon Television Network CorporationNordisk FilmNordisk Film & TV FondOscilloscopePage 114Pandora FilmParamountParticipantParticipant MediaPathé!Plan B EntertainmentRAIRégion Ile-de-FranceRTBFSamuel Goldwyn FilmsScott Rudin ProductionsScreen AustraliaScreen IrelandSignificant ProductionsSony PicturesSony Pictures ClassicsStudio GhibliStudioCanalSummit EntertainmentSundance SelectsSvenska FilminstitutetSVTTéléfilm CanadaThe Criterion CollectionThe OrchardThe Weinstein CompanyThin Man FilmsTVEUK Film CouncilUniversal PicturesVOOWarner Bros.Warner Bros. PicturesWDRWhy Not ProductionsWild BunchWorking Title FilmsZDFZDF/ArteZentropa Entertainments
studio: A24
studio: Amazon Studios
studio: BBC Films

It’s 1984 and miners in England are on strike against Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s plans to close pits. Their cause has unlikely appeal for Mark Ashton, a human rights activists who decides to take a group of people who had joined an early Gay Pride parade in London to rural England to show support for the (often socially-conservative) miners.You can see how things might go wrong, but in this case they didn’t. This heartwarming tale is based on a true story. An easy, funny, and relevant movie about the bond that oppression brings to the oppressed. Super earnest, too.

studio: Canal+
studio: Film4 Productions

This crazy heist movie is told in a very original way. Because it's based on a true story, the movie (with actors and a story) is sometimes interrupted by the people it's about. The opening scene even reads: "this movie is not based on a true story, it is a true story". Two friends decide to rob their local library from rare books worth millions. They're driven by money but also by wanting something different than their monotonous everyday lives in Kentucky. The need for a change is a big theme in this movie, but the story and the way it's told never cease to be breathtakingly thrilling. American Animals stars amazing actors like Barry Keoghan (Dunkirk), Evan Peters (Kick-Ass), and many more; but perhaps equally as notable is the director: Bart Layton, who is fresh from his amazing 2012 sleeper-hit The Imposter.

studio: Focus Features

A flawless Daniel Day‑Lewis stars in this thought-provoking romance. He plays a successful dressmaker in post-second-World-War London who falls for a waitress while on an excursion to the countryside. It's hard to tell you what this movie is about without ruining the story for you but I can tell you how it made me feel: it kept me guessing the whole time. Day-Lewis' character is so masterfully played that I felt that every move he made was calculated and that every line meant something. Plus, expect stunning dresses, beautiful country-side sequences, and an all-around gorgeous aesthetic experience.

studio: Fox Searchlight Pictures

We all love Jeff Bridges. We all agree that we shouldn't leave a movie he won an Oscar for unwatched. That's enough reason to watch this movie, but there are so many others. The story is fantastic and based on true events: a country musician living rough and having a shot at happiness after he falls for a journalist who interviews him. The score is composed by T Bone Burnett. The journalist is played by Maggie Gyllenhaal and another musician is played by Colin Farrell. So many reasons to watch.

studio: Lionsgate
studio: Sony Pictures Classics

This is the type of movie I completely fell in love with but cannot articulate exactly why. Maybe it's the mixture of beauty and pain portrayed, maybe it's the intricate sounds and beautiful imagery, maybe it's the story, maybe it's all of the above. A woman is hit with sudden disability after an accident and calls on an unlikely companion, a night club bouncer by the name of Ali. Together they explore her new predicament and its implications, while forming a special bond. This is a movie that will call upon your internal strength, while portraying how us humans can become strong together. Most of all it provides an immensely powerful, ultimately simple story that is both touching and will stay with you for a very long time. Directed by Jacques Audiard (A Prophet).