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People responsible for the mass murder of suspeced Communists at the onset of the military regime in 1965 are challenged to restage their actions and question the pride they still take in them.
First movie ever made in Inuit, it tells a tale of love, tradition and revenge.
Life becomes desperate for a scrap merchant when his pregnant wife needs medical help they can't afford.
Jesse and Celine consider their lives together after nine years of living together.
The director looks back at her youthful romance in Paris with a small-time criminal.
A Boy and his brother find their fantasy version of their dad is somewhat different to the real deal.
Confined to an asylum, the former mistress of sculptor Auguste Rodin tries desperately to obtain a release.
Early nerds congregate at a convention with a surreal twist.
An upper class woman loses all sight of morality as she strives to save her son from a prison sentence for knocking down an killing a child.
A writer and his dog retreat to a coastal villa only to have their peace disturbed by two siblings fleeing the police.
A frustrated woman secretly becomes a lesbian escort.
A prehistoric family leaves the comfort of the cave.
When a couple's car breaks down at an former nuclear test site they are rescued and imprisoned by a local hermit.
A visit to the ruined environment of a military testing site.
A porn-obsessed man tries to give up the one-night stands when he meets a woman whose appeal might exceed his fantasies.
Lightning-in-a-bottle, Noah Baumbach’s love poem to his star and co-writer Greta Gerwig recalls Godard’s early celebrations of Anna Karina, but, as a New York movie, it’s beautiful in a brand new way.
A woman finds late romance at a dance club, but will family intrude?
The story of Ip Man, the martial arts master who trained Bruce Lee.
Tragedy forces a group of children to confront their own mortality.
An attempt to recreate 40 minutes of gay bdsm-focused footage cut from William Friedkin's 1980 crime thriller Cruising.
The story of Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace.
The year in a life of a dairy stockman and his herd.
Desperate not to disappoint his mother, an introverted boy gets into increasingly difficult situations.
A look at the complex and ever-changing relationship between humans and mussels.
With her mother about to emigrate and her affair gone stale, Haewon faces a challenging future.
A former mercenary confesses to the brutal acts for which he is responsible.
A portrait of suffering focused on a young woman forced to become a nun because her parents cannot afford a dowry for her.
After a fight in which their friend is killed, two Alaskan teenagers try to cover up what happened and keep their mutual secret.
A Samoan farmer defends his land and family while coming to terms with himself.
A teenager from a troubled middle class background spends the summer at fat camp and determines to seduce its director.
Five people struggle to get by in the tough economic conditions around Barcelona.
A boy works hard to try and enter the elite class at his school, but is kept out by a brutal clique.
Documentary about a gay black prostitute.
A salesman arrives in a small agricultural town to try and persuade the impoverished locals to sell their land to a natural gas extraction company.
Odd couple comedy about two road workers in the backwaters of Texas.
The poet Elizabeth Bishop falls in love and finds inspiration.
A young Israeli soldier is killed in a guerilla attack in Gaza, with a profound effect on those left behind.
The story of a woman shut away by her family for 25 years, who became a published poet, politician and activist.
Winner of the Camera d'Or at Cannes, sees an Aboriginal couple drawn together after tragedy strikes.
A successful couple's lives spiral out of control after one of them is prescribed a drug to treat anxiety.
An intimate look at a family preparing to eat dinner togather in a Berlin apartment.
An Aboriginal hunting party passes the time by retelling an old fable that has a particular resonance for the youngest member.
A man and woman are drawn together as they try to reassemble their wrecked lives.
A couple, one of whom is just out of prison, hide away in a house in the woods until the past comes calling for them.
The lines between fiction and reality blur for an all-female Shakespeare troupe.
A loyal factory cleaner is refused a pension whilst a maid finds herself employed by the dog who inherited the house where she works.
Personal study of life in the Ain el-Helweh refugee camp.
Filming sensations Mathieu Amalric on Pierre Léon, Jeanne Balibar and the sounds and colours of Barbara
Character arc Seth A Smith on filming with a two-year-old and bringing marbling to life in The Crescent
Keeping up appearances Marcello Martinessi on cultural conservatism and filmmaking honesty in The Heiresses
A different space Kelly Macdonald on working with Marc Turtletaub on Puzzle
Out of the past Susanna Nicchiarelli on Trine Dyrholm and the costume design in Nico, 1988
The iconic man Jonathan Baker on Becoming Iconic and Inconceivable
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