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Life and times of a budding drunk in the mean streets of Edinburgh.
World Cup summer of 1974 and all 13-year-old Steve wants to be is a glam rocker.
A man goes on a personal voyage of discovery with his Down Syndrome sister.
Confusing refugee shenanigans.
True story about misfit who creates a popular comic series based on his own life.
Who wants holidays if getting there is beyond ruin?
Discourse on electricity - the hows and whats - with moveable graphs and animated thingies.
An Armenian terrorist returns home to see his family and exact revenge.
Animated tale of a boy who loves cycling, his supportive Gran and a dog called Bruno.
A French provincial girl grows up fast in Paris.
A tortured relationship is captured on camera.
Moral parable about greed and deception in rural China.
Gritty Slovenian drama about a girl trying to help her drug-addicted brother.
Documentary about a dysfunctional boy and his family in small town Mississippi.
A summer camp for kids who adore musicals.
A documentary charting the implosion of a family after a child sex scandal.
Deadly virus attacks teens in the woods.
Biopic of the little tramp.
Introspective drama focusing on the trials and tribulations of a family.
A dysfunctional New Zealand family Christmas.
Oliver Stone interviews Fidel Castro.
A series of symbolic works about sexual development and creation.
Anatomy of a murder, Iranian style.
Nostalgia for a working-class Liverpudlian childhood turns sour.
Documentary outlining Hollywood’s 1970s heyday.
Story about a couple stuck in the desert evolves into a modern parable.
Trying for a baby over fish and chips.
Mockumentary on the workings of a global information-gathering organisation.
A lonely French office temp fantasises about a more interesting life, which might include murder.
The birth of Romance.
A year in the life of two small town Texan cops.
A dark noir-ish mystery about a man looking for his wife's killer.
Coping with the loss of a child by indulging in brutal sex.
Documentary about black cowboys in Brooklyn.
Dark Scottish comedy as a man tries to support his family by selling double glazing for the boss from hell.
Portrait of a serial killer from the Barcelona suburbs.
Two men, working undercover for the police and Triads respectively, have to eliminate each other to save their jobs, and their lives.
Once a gangster, always a gangster?
Daft Punk and Leiji Matsumoto’s animated house odyssey.
A family of Irish immigrants tries to find their feet in New York.
Marina De Van indulges in self-harm and enjoys it.
A family tries to evade capture following the military coup in Argentina.
There is a website called www.disposablefriends.com.
A divorced Lithuanian woman leases an apartment and is miserable.
Teenage Iranian conscripts endure basic army training in the mountains.
Culture-clash drama about a man and his fiancee who move with his mother.
An abused child grows into a sad recluse.
Chekov transposed to the failing aristocratic classes of Sri Lanka.
mass murderer runs amok in the dusty streets of Brazil
Murder mystery in Massachusetts resurrects memories of child sex abuse.
A son searches for the spiritual heart of his architect father through his life and work.
The myth The Kelly Gang is brought down to earth in an unromantic biopic.
Exploitative, misogynistic film about men treating women as dogs.
An icy tale of love and rebellion.
Flying by deceit of his pants.
Drink-drivers gang up on a boozy millionaire and relieve him of his large change.
Movie maker sets up an alternative World Cup final between the world's two worst teams.
Flamboyant drama based on the life of club-kid promoter Michael Alig.
A couple find something nasty in the woods.
Scottish estate agent works hard showing clients and colleagues the stairway to heaven.
An intruder in an empty house leads to the discovery of a website address.
A mother and son escape from their past lives in Portugal.
An old lady goes to the butchers - twice - and has a night in with a pal.
Facing the apocalypse, as a secret website devotes itself to the terrible isolation of ghosts and the parable of techno terror.
Subversive comedy about an oddball making his way in a bland world.
The bloody civil war in Russia that followed the October Revolution.
Japanese futuristic action pic about a probable alien invasion.
A romantic comedy road movie, with thriller elements, in Senegal.
A man alone in his car discovers the emotional alienation of sex for hire.
A vagrant lays claim to the kingdom of Haiti.
Finnish male voice choir have a scream on tour.
A Siamese twin is unable to accept his oneness after being separated.
A boy comes to terms with his new baby sister.
What do you do when you meet someone who knows you better than yourself?
Three Georgian women deal with the absence of Otar, the only man in the family.
The tale of a flighty romance.
Is a gambler really fighting for his dad - or just trying to win cash to pay off a debt?
Autobiographical account of life as a boy offender in an Irish Catholic reform school.
Documentary about black cultural renaissance during apartheid in an area of Johannesburg in the Forties and Fifties.
Kill-for-hire sisters get martial arts kicks.
Drama about Slovenian immigrants being smuggled over the Italian border.
Spooky tale of a sick boy and a shed at the bottom of the garden.
A high-caste Indian landowner discovers a wart on his chin that grows like Topsy.
Art is the shape of the city.
Remastered 21-year-old documentary about graffiti artists in New York.
Animation about gardening and friendship.
A prickly English author looks for inspiration in a hedonistic housemate.
A 17-year-old Mexican boy agonises over his lover, who has walked out on him.
Life in a poor Moroccan village, where a school chair is the most valued object.
A rather bad day for Paula.
Jackie Chan reveals the secrets of his family history.
An old Taiwanese gangster agrees on one last hit, which involves a young ex-con, trying to go straight.
A homegrown terrorist escapes from jail in Grenoble and stays one step ahead of the police.
Second part of Belvaux's trilogy is played mostly for laughs as a man comes to believe his wife is caught up in conspiracy.
Final part in the trilogy about a Grenoble detective and an escaped con.
Comedy in which an encyclopedia salesman and his wife start shooting “scientific reproduction” Super 8 films.
Explosive action thriller set on a Korean subway.
A meandering historical epic life story of a traveller/natural historian/writer.
A one-night stand between strangers who meet in a Parisian traffic jam.
A biographical fragment of the life and sacrifice of a disabled priest.
A suicide addict, a bookish brother and a single mother emotionally interact in Glasgow.
Gangster paperboys embark upon a dodgy spree.
Racial prejudice in South London, circa 1960, is relieved by cricket coaching in the back garden.
Korean SWAT team makes a drama out of a crisis.
Rootless drifter working on Scottish canal barge discovers dead woman in the water.
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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