Andy Warhol's Heat (1972)
A former child star tries to get by in Hollywood by taking an older lover.
Cry-Baby (1990)
Musical romance charting juvenile deliquency in the Fifties.
Flesh For Frankenstein (1973)
Dark comedy based - very loosely - on Mary Shelley's novel.
Je T'aime Moi Non Plus (1976)
Jane Birkin and Joe Dellasandro prove falling love can be a real pain.
The Limey (1999)
Terence Stamp is an old lag, out to avenge his daughter's death.
Paul Morrissey box set: Flesh/Trash/Heat (2005)
Trilogy of films about a sometime hustler.
LA Without A Map (1998)
A Scots undertaker falls in love with an actress and moves to LA with comic consequences.
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Making a connection David Chirchirillo on Bad Match, online dating and the legacy of Fatal Attraction

Behind the mask Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo on taking on the legacy of Leatherface

Alberto Vazquez retrospective comes to Scotland Spanish animator will also host masterclass

Palm Springs announces winners Félicité, The Charmer and The Insult among prizes.

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