Film - Vortex

Picturehouse Entertainment has announced that Vortex, the critically acclaimed film from visionary director Gaspar Noé, will be released in cinemas on May 13th. Watch the trailer...

Press Release

"Life is a short party that will soon be forgotten."

Premiering at Cannes 2021 and featuring two stand out performances from Dario Argento (Suspiria) and Françoise Lebrun (The Diving Bell & The Butterfly), the hugely personal film from Noé follows the last days of an elderly couple stricken by dementia.

A bastion of French cinema, and visceral screen images, Vortex spotlights a new side to Noé, who will also be celebrated by the BFI this Spring. The new season with play in conjunction with Vortex’s release.

Throughout May the BFI will present a season, Cruel Flesh: Films of the New French Extremity, programmed by writer, broadcaster and film programmer Anna Bogutskaya, running at BFI Southbank and on BFI Player; alongside this, BFI Southbank will also present a season, in partnership with Picturehouse Entertainment, celebrating the work of Gasper Noé.

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