Bradford International Film Festival celebrates its 17th edition in 2011. It will run from March 16 to 28, opening with a gala performance of You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger.

It will close with The Messenger.

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Doctor Zhivago
Doctor Zhivago
Restored version of the Lean classic sees an idealistic poet/physician and the fiancée of a political activist meet and fall in love against the backdrop of the Russian Revolution.
The Dark Crystal
The Dark Crystal
Two gelfling head to restore a shard to the dark crystal and order to their world.
13 Assassins
13 Assassins
A retired samurai has to assemble a squad of assassins and set a town-sized trap.
A Marine Story
A Marine Story
A highly capable soldier who is quietly dismissed after it's discovered she's a lesbian takes on the training of a troubled local teenager who wants to join up.
Honey
Honey
Examination of the bond between a little boy, the forest and his beekeeper dad.
As If I Am Not There
As If I Am Not There
A schoolteacher suffers brutality at the hands of Serb soldiers during the Bosnian War.
Point Blank
Point Blank
An ordinary nurse defies all odds to help an injured gangster escape from the hospital where he works in order to save his kidnapped, pregnant wife.
Wood Of Value
Wood Of Value
A documentary following a special Christmas tree on its journey across the North Sea from Norway to London.
Oranges And Sunshine
Oranges And Sunshine
A social worker struggles to reunite families after discovering the (real life) scandalous deportation of British children to other Commonwealth countries, which often resulted in abuse.
Essential Killing
Essential Killing
An interrogated man goes on the run.
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