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Viva Film Festival returns for its 20th year in 2014 - running from March 7 to 23 at the Cornerhouse Cinema in Manchester. The festival will open with Days Of Vinyl, a feel-good Argentinian comedy about four record-obsessed 30-somethings who gradually realise there might be more to life - with first-time director Gabriel Nesci flying over from Buenos Aires to present his film (as well as giving an exclusive Q&A on March 9).
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A gang of juvenile delinquents pool their resources to pay for one of their number to be put on the bill of a bull-fighting contest.
On closing night of an acclaimed restaurant, the lives of the final set of guests intertwine as the courses are served.
A documentary about the art of improvised rhyming verse sung in the Basque tongue.
A couple of months after an epidemic has rendered most of the world's population agoraphobic, and scared to actual death if they go outside, Marc heads underground to make his way across Barcelona in search of his girlfriend.
Documentary examining questions of gender, sexuality and identity for young lesbians in three of the most vibrant European cities: Madrid, London and Berlin.
The evolution of how women have been represented in Spanish cinema, from the 1930s to the present day.
Four friends consider their lives as one of them prepares to get married.
When three men go on the run after a heist goes bad, they run into a coven of witches.
A group of Guatemalan teenagers tries to make it to the US.
The Stars and Stripes Invasion Deauville launches its programme.
Locarno line-up announced Carlo Chatrian announces debut festival of 'contradictions'
Travolta Czechs it out Karlovy Vary in gear to go global.
Tropfest: New York Interviews and coverage from the short film festival.
Audrey's stroll on the dark side The star of Amélie on a new direction as Thérèse Desqueyroux
Bed and bawd Behind The Candelabra Matt Damon on getting into bed with Michael Douglas.
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