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Love Will Come Later

Documentary Romance Women Directors

Like many young Moroccans, Samir considers marrying a foreigner the key to a better life in Europe—but his family would rather arrange a marriage for him with a Moroccan woman. When he falls in love with a tourist, he weighs a life-changing decision.

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6:30 pm
Fri Sep 30
The Cinematheque
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8:45 pm
Sat Oct 08
VIFF Centre - Vancity Theatre
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Mediterranean Fever

Award Winners Comedy Drama Women Directors

Waleed struggles with depression, married life, and writer’s block. Upon learning that his cocky new neighbour Jalal is indebted to some dangerous men, he starts tagging along for Jalal’s shake-downs, ostensibly as research for a crime novel.

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10:30 am
Sun Oct 02
International Village 9
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9:00 pm
Sun Oct 09
International Village 9
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Concrete Valley

Drama

A Syrian doctor struggles to hold on to his identity as his family adjusts to life in Canada. Director Antoine Bourges (Fail to Appear) continues his social realist project, turning a lens this time to struggles faced by new immigrants to Canada.

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6:30 pm
Mon Oct 03
The Cinematheque
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9:15 pm
Wed Oct 05
The Cinematheque
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The Blue Caftan

Award Winners Drama LGBTQIA2S+ Women Directors

Richly erotic and deeply moving, Maryam Touzani’s queer-themed film takes us to urban Morocco and into the lives of three beautiful souls. Halim is a master tailor; Mina is his loyal wife; Youssef is the man who slowly comes between them.

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9:00 pm
Thu Oct 06
International Village 10
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3:45 pm
Sat Oct 08
International Village 10
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Boy From Heaven

Action & Suspense Award Winners Drama

Adam, a young man studying at a leading religious institution in Egypt, becomes a pawn in the struggle between government spies and radical religious leaders. A shrewdly plotted thriller with a superbly expressive performance from Tawfeek Barhom.

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9:15 pm
Fri Oct 07
SFU Woodwards
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9:15 pm
Sun Oct 09
Vancouver Playhouse
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