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Father’s Day: Best films on CinemaWorld that celebrate the special bond

This Father’s Day, we bring you the best films on CinemaWorld that celebrate and honour the special bond that we have with our dads.

Father’s Day: Best films on CinemaWorld that celebrate the special bond

Best films on CinemaWorld to celebrate Father’s Day

Last Updated: 10.03 AM, Jun 16, 2024


Films that celebrate the special bond between family members have resonated with people all over the world. Whether it is the melodramatic portrayal of ‘It is all about loving your family’ in Bollywood films, or the understated show of love in European cinema, films have time and again explored the theme of family bonds, especially the relationship with fathers. But it is not always a picture-perfect scenario as the Italian film Brado portrays that some father-son relationships are broken and need to be mended. So on this Father’s Day, we bring you the best films on CinemaWorld that celebrate and honour the special bond that we have with our dads.

Top films on CinemaWorld to celebrate Father’s Day


Director: Kim Rossi Stuart

Cast: Kim Rossi Stuart, Saul Nanni

Language: Italian

Tommaso would rather stay away from his father. But after a series of events, the son turns up to help his father run the family ranch. The stage is set now for the father-son to erase the slate of painful memories, and start creating fresh ones. The film, written and directed by Kim Rossi Stuart, makes a strong case for second chances.

Director: Marja Pyykkö

Cast: Petteri Summanen, Marja Salo, Ria Kataja

Language: Finnish 

They say it takes a village to bring up a baby. Forget the village, there is just Atti left to take care of the baby after the mother takes off in a cab. The Finnish film humoursouly portrays Atti’s ordeal, utter confusion and the sheer effort needed to look after a baby. Antti has to 'move mountains' just to survive each day.

Director: Matthias Schweighöfer, Torsten Künstler

Cast: Matthias Schweighöfer, Isabell Polak, and Friedrich Mücke

Language: German

Felix is happily single and has no plans to settle down. But then a ‘ferret accident’ leaves him sterilized. Now all he can think of is the sperm donation he made once. Felix then enters uncharted territory as he tracks down the mother and tries to befriend her. Watch this film on CinemaWorld that will take you on a hilarious journey on the Joy Of Fatherhood.

Director: Liina Trishkina

Cast: Reimo Sagor, Nora Altrov, Emily Viikman

Language: Estonian

One phone call changed Erik’s life. His ex-girlfriend has just given birth and she is totally unprepared to take care of an infant, so will he? Erik needs to find courage and affection as he decides to take up this uphill task. The Estonian film about fatherly love won accolades and several awards.

Director: Mehdi Barsaoui

Cast: Sami Bouajila, Najla Ben Abdallah and Youssef Khemiri

Language: French, Arabic

It was supposed to be a fun holiday. But the family finds itself amid a terrorist attack and 10-year-old Aziz is seriously injured. Now he needs to undergo a transplant. But this is just the beginning of the troubles as secrets from the past threaten the very foundation of the family.

Director: Christian Alvart

Cast: Til Schweiger, Luna Schweiger

Language: German, Turkish, Russian

After Lenny finds herself in the clutches of the Russian mafia, her father cop Nick rushes in to save the only person who means the world to him. Nick has already lost his wife to the mafia, he can’t let them get his precious daughter also. German superstar Til Schweiger stars in this film with high-octane action.

Director: Alain Gsponer

Cast: Frederick Lau, Romy Schroeder, Hannah Herzsprung

Language: German

Paul’s happy family life is shattered when his wife suddenly dies. Even as he grapples with grief, Paul has to pick himself up for the sake of his daughter Lily. The pressure at work adds to his burden. This endearing film on CinemaWorld is all about finding a glimmer of hope event in the darkest of nights.

Director: Miloš Radović

Cast: Lazar Ristovski, Petar Korac

Language: Serbian

This award-winning film, directed by Miloš Radović, traces the tale of Ilija, a train driver, and his adopted son. Coming from a long line of train drivers, Ilija holds a rather undesirable record of having caused 28 deaths during his time on the tracks. But the 'unintentional killing' is what he believes makes him a real driver and is scared that his son may not become a real one, if his career chugs along a smooth track without causing any accidents.

Director: Frederike Migom

Cast: Bebel Tshiani Baloji, Mo Bakker

Language: Dutch

Binti is all of 12 years old but she is well aware of her situation. She lives with her dad in Belgium without proper legal documents. The aspiring vlogger runs into another kid, 11-year-old Elias, and she plots a way to get their parents together, so that their lives are secured. Watch this delightful tale of the lively Binti on CinemaWorld.

Director: Natalia Garagiola

Cast: Germán Palacios, Lautaro Bettoni, Boy Olmi

Language: Spanish

The Hunting Season trains its lens on Ernesto as he has to provide a home for his teenage son after his first wife dies. With his new family being not ecstatic over the arrival of the hot-headed teenager, Ernesto has to now walk a tight rope to set things right with his son. This Spanish film takes you on a poignant journey as it explores the complicated theme of father-son conflict.

Director: Nate Parker

Cast: Nate Parker, Omari Hardwick, Beau Knapp

Language: English

This film follows Lincoln as he tries to bond with his son after a divorce. But one fateful night, a squabble with a cop turns violent and his son gets killed. However, the cop walks scot-free. Watch the hard-hitting film on CinemaWorld to know how Lincoln, a war veteran, would avenge the death of his son.

Director: Frédéric Jardin

Cast: Tomer Sisley, Serge Riaboukine

Language: French

Little does Vincent, a cop, know that he has bitten off more than they can chew when he steals a bag of cocaine. But the drug dealers are not known to be forgiving, and they abduct his son in retaliation. Vincent heads to a nightclub to return the bag and rescue his son, but chaos follows. Incidentally, Tamil film Thoongaa Vanam, starring Kamal Haasan, is inspired by this French film.

Director: Tomy Wigand

Cast: Heino Ferch, Picco von Groote

Language: German

This German film follows Paul, who is a brilliant pilot, but a not-so-great dad. He has had three marriages and as many children. He returns home after one sortie to find his three children left under his care. Now, he has to prove that he can be a good dad too. This hilarious movie is sure to bring a smile to your face.

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