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A banished duke and a young nobleman, Orlando, seek refuge in the Forest of Arden. The duke's daughter, in love with Orlando, pursues him disguised as a boy and devises a test for his love.
Two young men with a shared past set out to try and rescue an imprisoned Djinn fairy, learning about themselves in the process.
A documentary examining the inequities of the coffee trade.
James Bond earns his double zero status and relaxes at the poker table with a mass murderer.
The farmer's daughter and a talkative spider try to save the life of the smallest piglet in the barn.
A girl tries to take her brother to safety after an accident at a nuclear power plant.
Comedy performer finds growing old is a funny business.
A documentary exploring the oil industry and its impact on the world economy.
Two robots' quest to become human.
A teenager becomes convinced his neighbour is a serial killer.
An experimental art film exploring Japanese traditions.
Socially awkward adventures in love.
An old violinist tries to help his son's guerrilla faction.
Armageddon on the subway.
A US congressman is ordered by God to build an ark in preparation for a great flood. Out to own on DVD from November 26.
A young woman goes mad at home whilst the soldier who loves her is surrounded by madness abroad.
Cult musical about the romance between a naive Aussie and school stud. Singalong version back in cinemas for Valentine's Day.
A look at the lives and origins of the young gangsters who control Haiti's shanty towns.
The latest feature length instalment of the renowned anime series.
Documentary following a group of Roma musicians from diverse backgrounds who get together to tour the US.
A writer creates a media sensation with his fake biography of Howard Hughes.
A documentary about famous Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal.
An exploration of the experiences of Mark Chapman before and after he killed John Lennon.
A poetic adaptation of DH Lawrence's classic book about an aristocrat who has an affair with her gamekeeper.
Two strangers meet in a empty apartment and begin a passionate but anonymous affair.
A volunteer firefighter who witnesses the aftermath of a car crash finds his life turned upside down by an obscure, destructive longing.
Horror film addresses madness, both in and out of the asylum.
Shakespeare's classic tale relocated in modern urban Melbourne.
An imaginative look at the 'lost' months of playwright Molière's life, in the style of one of his plays.
A man famous for his smoked meats buries unwary travellers alive and fattens them up...
A traditional Indonesian tale of love and tragedy recounted through the medium of dance.
A dream machine is stolen, leading to people being unable to distinguish reality from fiction.
Three 15-year-old girls talk about their lives.
Several interconnected people search for emotional fulfillment during a Parisian winter.
The experiences of Queen Elizabeth II after the death of Princess Diana.
An optimistic ex-convict tries to rebuild her life.
A nightclub singer falls in love with a much younger woman.
Youth Gang Terrorises Suburbia. Winner of European Film Academy Short Film Prix UIP.
Footage from Shackleton's expedition.
Bergman classic about a knight who plays chess with death. Out on re-release.
Julie Andrews climbs every mountain in the record-breaking World War II-ish musical.
A young prince is caught up in a titanic struggle of sorcerers.
Three generations of grotesque goings on in Hungary.
The picaresque adventures of a pregnant Italian in rural Romania.
Investigating a murder mystery, a sophisticated male escort discovers some unexpected things about himself.
A boy takes on the school establishment in Sixties Denmark.
Offbeat comedy about the trials and tribulations of an unhappily married waitress in small-town America.
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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