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19 December 2014
The magic comes to London with Teddy, Attila, the neanderthals and Larry.
Re-telling of anthropologist Thor Heyerdahl’s transformational 1947 journey by raft from Peru to Polynesia.
The Broadway musical of crooks, gamblers and a Sally Army sergeant, called Sarah.
12 December 2014
Bilbo and his pals do battle at the Lonely Mountain as the trilogy draws to a close.
A man in a Prussian village dreams of escape to South America.
How the son of a senior leader of Hamas spied for the Israeli secret services over the course of a decade.
A council worker looks for the next of kin of those found dead and alone.
Life in a cable car that carries pilgrims and tourists to and from a mountain top temple in Nepal.
08 December 2014
A sceptical boy rides on a magic train to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. Out on re-issue.
05 December 2014
Crusty old guy makes friends with new neighbour's son
A skeleton crew in a decommissioned submarine launch a clandestine search for Nazi gold under Russian waters.
Four young penguins become embroiled in an animated power play between an evil octopus and a grey fox
Santa Claus is on the run.
One man's quest to win back his ex takes him on a series of adventures through London
The story of Ip Man, the martial arts master who trained Bruce Lee.
A comedy of misunderstandings.
28 November 2014
Starting a business without bosses means that no one takes the blame when it goes belly up
The story of a teenager whose family are Catholic fundamentalists.
The beauty and danger of ice exposed in an animated musical tale of royal siblings and treachery behind the throne.
An examination of colonialism.
Kubrick and Clarke's quest to the stars.
21 November 2014
A chronicle of James Brown's rise from extreme poverty to become one of the most influential musicians in history.
A hotel owner gradually has his delusions stripped away from him.
Two pioneers unite to escort three mentally ill women from Nebraska to Iowa.
20 November 2014
Now the games are over, it's civil war in Part 1 of the final chapter
14 November 2014
Alan Turing helps crack the Enigma code.
A barman finds himself embroiled in mob trouble after a robbery and facing personal threat after finding a puppy in a dustbin.
07 November 2014
Humanity's last hope lies in a journey into space.
Documentary about famed animation Studio Ghibli.
A car mechanic tries to defend his property with tragic consequences.
A semi-biographical drama depicting the life of Dylan Thomas.
Girl on the brink of a disastrous marriage escapes into the teenage world for life enhancing R&R
Documentary about the legal case against Proposition 8, which sought to prevent same sex couples from marrying in California.
A documentary journey into the lives of people who inhabit the outskirts of Rome.
31 October 2014
A young journalist embraces corruption as he becomes the star of his stories.
Documentary about Edward Snowden
A biopic of artist J.M.W Turner
Harry Potter and the Spooky Old House? Not quite. Out on re-issue.
A doctor finds his community is being secretly taken over by an alien invasion.
Ripley is back in another alien-killing spree.
29 October 2014
A man sprouts horns after the mysterious death of his girlfriend.
28 October 2014
Who ya gonna call?
24 October 2014
The opening chapters of The Jimi Hendrix Story in London
A middle class family spends a week together when dirty secrets, emotional dysfunction, naughty behavior and artificial breasts are revealed
A young man has to journey to the land of the dead and face his greatest fears.
Melodrama about a logging magnate who discovers his wife can't have children.
Documentary about hip hop artist Nas.
Story of a blind teenager who yearns for independence.
A character in a pop up book haunts the nightscape of a six-year-old boy
Changing reality, part 2 Atom Egoyan on Remember, Die Walküre and the real life stories behind The Captive.
A dance of death, part 2 Paolo Virzì on Human Capital, Italian culture and this year's Oscar submissions.
Changing reality, part 1 Atom Egoyan on The Captive, fairy tales and the desolation of Niagara.
Billie Whitelaw dies Celebrated actress was 82.
Boyhood wins again Linklater film tops Criticwire end of year poll.
Mark Adams appointed EIFF artistic director Screen International chief critic to take up position in March.