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The story of a maltreated donkey.
Melodramatic look at love and friendship.
Heart-rending tale of illicit love.
Documentary about an inter-racial relationship.
The friendship between a suicidal fisherman and a young boy.
Handheld, hyped-up horror.
Documentary about the Cuban stars who went on to become an international phenomenon.
Mockumentary about a guy a girl, her ex and his camera.
Ensemble drama centring on a death.
The life of a nihilistic young man.
Unrequited love in 1950s Somerset.
Culture clash in a multiracial family in Seventies Britain.
Scathing high school comedy.
The obsession of a catering manager for a young girl from Cork.
Ensemble piece as characters' lives cross after the disappearance of a toddler.
A writer hooks up with a thief in a tale of cross and double-cross.
A sex-drugs-and-rave-till-you-cave flick?
Gregory as schoolteacher, 20 years on from Forsyth's original, fantasises about a pupil while a fellow teacher tries to win his heart.
Documentary about two Jews living in Austria, in the shadow of the past.
Older and younger generation clash as Tibetan villagers make annual trek across mountains.
Investigation into the rape and murder of a little girl in Northern France.
An elderly man considers his past.
A small town girl goes to the big city and falls for the wrong kind of guy.
A Kurdish emigre tries to take his friend's body home.
A celebration of urban alienation.
Anything goes at the carnival.
The decline of the Anglo-Irish gentry of the Twenties, as seen through the eyes of one family.
A schoolteacher becomes obssessed with a woman half his age.
A drug dealer 'sleep walking' through life begins to wonder about his trade.
Ensemble drama about secrets in smalltown Alaska.
Stripped down version of the Arthurian legend.
A young Turkish man in Berlin discovers his homosexuality.
A tale of blackmail, gangsters and a policeman's wedding.
A man who has lied about his family has to come clean when his father dies.
Life is tough for a young girl in the country.
A chance encounter leads to obssession.
A family man struggles with love and friendship.
A girl splits up with her boyfriend and goes on a series of blind dates after placing a personal ad.
Story of two lads taking salmon from a river.
A feud sparks up between air traffic controllers.
Boy meets girl, boy shags girl, boy loses girl.
An insight into the anguish of a young boy in the wake of a tragic accident.
Two cops hunt a child-killer.
A woman whose boyfriend refuses to have sex with her begins to embrace sadomasochism.
Young lads develop a friendship across racial boundaries.
An isolated teen hunts for a job... and friendship.
Courtroom drama about a herdsman accused of killing a baby.
A woman has 20 minutes to find cash and save her boyfriend.
Comic look at life in a private school.
A teenaged girl develops a crush on her female pal.
A man hooks up with a group of eccentrics on a roadtrip after the death of his wife.
A new railroad spells trouble for a small town.
A wannabe taxi driver finds himself hooked up with a bungling cop, investigating a bank heist.
The 48 hours in the trenches leading up to the Battle of the Somme.
Two gay men have a night of misadventures in Manhattan.
Upperclass thief tries to outwit the police in superior remake.
Repression and sexual abuse haunt a family.
Mockumentary about an actor and director aiming to find 15 minutes of fame in La La Land.
Ghostly murder at a South Korean girls school.
A banker who moonlights as a call girl gets caught up in the life of a moneylaunderer and his wife.
Ensemble drama about the lifes and loves of the working class in London.
After his son is expelled from school for stealing, his father risks everything to restore his good name.
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