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Survivors run from infected killers after apocalyptic rage virus devastates Britain.
Coming of age comedy drama, with strong central performances from two fast rising British actresses.
A widow falls in love with a handsome young gardener and faces social vilification as a result.
Who or what am I - German or Turkish?' is the main question of this comedy about a Turkish family living in Germany since the late Sixties.
Young love has never been so menacing.
Tragedy strikes a small-town community.
A touching portrayal of love against the odds.
Studio Ghibli's reworking of an English classic about very small people trying to make their way in the world.
A contemplation of the fallibility of memory, especially as we age.
Documentary depicting the love story between Genesis P-Orridge and Lady Jaye.
The story of combat photographers in South Africa's apartheid era.
A short documentary about medical auxiliaries working to save lives on the battlefields of Helmand.
A Mexican illegal immigrant father and his son strive to improve their lot.
How far would you go to protect your daughter? Would you become a refugee?
Winner of the New Current Award at the 2010 Pusan International Film Festival.
A documentary portrait of the brilliant chess champion who gradually lost his mind.
Experimental documentary about residents who live on the shores of the Salton Sea.
Jarvis Cocker, Robyn Hitchcock, Martha Wainwright, KT Tunstall, Marcus Brigstocke, Ryuichi Sakomoto tackle climate change.
Gattaca meets THX1138 meets Blade Runner...
When the past comes calling, don't pick up the phone...
The artist discusses his violent and abusive past and his quest for redemption.
A history of the atomic bomb and the current nuclear arms race.
A ruling class sociopath kills a working class girl in a hit-and-run then determines his fate with a deck of cards.
A dreamlike documentary about an unusual family of artists who live in an old monastery.
Big screen adaptation of the bestselling thriller concerning one cult's obssession with the story of Christ.
A group of survivors from an unexpected attack on an apartment block hide out together, but discover they can't trust each other.
An insight into contemporary neuroscience and its applications in treating psychological disorders.
Spielberg's beloved classic about his stranded and lonely alien.
Conflict ensues as Brazilian politicians and police officers try to solve the problem of gang violence and corruption.
Can just three minutes with a stranger change the course of your life, forever?
With sustenance running short, people start to look around for new things to eat.
A father and son working in the haulage industry are linked by an awkward sentimental attachment to a ring.
Cult musical about the romance between a naive Aussie and school stud. Singalong version back in cinemas for Valentine's Day.
Think Alan Clarke's Scum, updated for 2011.
Story of the 2009 Iranian elections and subsequent protests, told by bloggers from within the country
A small-town cop in Ireland finds himself drawn into an uneasy partnership with an FBI agent trying to smash a drug smuggling racket.
A beautiful woman reclines mysteriously in an anonymous hotel. What is her secret?
A documentary examining one soldier's experiences after he is taken out of action by a serious injury.
Homeless acquaintances discuss the apparent disappearance of a man they know.
A mixed-race woman falls out with her resentful white mother on a turbulent housing estate.
An exploration of family memories now distorted.
Love and friendship in the life of a limo driver and his pals.
A documentary exploring the life of groundbreaking primatologist Jane Goodall.
A refreshing coming of age story which plays like an Icelandic Skins.
A group of young inmates fight for their right to freedom.
A twinned experience of private life and artistic persona.
Three acts. Three sounds. Three attitudes. One goal – a career in music.
A look back at the career of a talented dancer and choreographer tragically killed at the age of just 29.
Two clowns become embroiled in a tug of war for the heart of an acrobat.
A guilt-ridden lion cub goes on an adventure. Reissued in 3D.
A documentary portrait of the acclaimed performer and political campaigner.
The dull lives of a banker's family are filled with magic by a rather unusual nanny.
A young dork seizes the chance of a lifetime to meet the former porn star he idolises.
A glimpse into the lives of a troupe of stage magicians trying to keep the magic alive.
When her daughter wants to get married, Donna has to explain that any one of three men could be her father.
Man with memory damage searches for the rapist who murdered his wife.
Tensions escalate between two brother's as the apparently respectable life of one begins to unravel.
A meditative and hypnotic meditation on grief and loss.
The determined Mrs Carey prepares her pupils to deliver the concert of a lifetime at the Sydney Opera House.
Three brothers go on an unpredictable road trip to replace their dying dad's watch.
Transylvania transported into the new world.
Nerve splintering drama about man's dual capacity for compassion and violence.
In Nice, fifty-year-old police officer Michel Matarasso feels old, weary, and desperate for an all-consuming love.
A bullied youth and a troubled psychiatrist embark on a strange journey together.
An MI5 agent becomes embroiled in intrigue after the death of his boss.
A chef and an epidemiologist fall in love, just as the world is falling apart.
A psychoanalytical look at film.
A couple have trouble with their neighbours as the apocalypse dawns.
The passion a couple reveal during a photo shoot is lost when they are captured in still images.
A mortuary worker begins an unlikely romance with a burlesque dancer against the backdrop of Chile's 1973 military coup.
The turbulent life of a chimpanzee whom scientists tried to teach sign language.
A documentary observing the tedium of work for African Americans in dead end factory jobs.
As a psycho killer lurks in the woods, a group of nervous people might represent a bigger threat to each other.
Animated idealism meets corporate ruthlessness in Rivet Town.
Indiana Jones races the Nazis to find the lost Ark of the Covenant.
A former prisoner struggles to readjust to family life.
A drop-out muso poses as a schoolteacher and finds himself setting up a rock band with a group of schoolkids.
Two men record their loudmouthed neighbours, share their foul ramblings, and accidentally make them into underground stars.
Documentary about the last record shop in Stockton.
Depression-era melodrama where beer baroness runs competition to discover the saddest music in the world.
The story of Shrek the Ogre, a creature that looks like a cross between Danny de Vito and something that just fell out of your nose...
Classic cross-dressing comedy as two unemployed musicians go on the run from gangsters in an all-girl band.
UK horror on a military base.
An unlikely trio head for Florida in search of paradise.
There are other ways to create a monster.
A group of student filmmakers get more than they bargained for when tangling with a man tasked with protecting Norway from giant trolls.
A documentary about the singer/songwriter boom in late Sixties Los Angeles.
Relentless cyborg tries to alter a planet's future by changing one woman's past.
Ever wondered what it would be like to switch sex? Laure, 10, does.
A scriptwriter struggles to find a successful narrative for his own life in this ambitious romantic comedy.
This Berlinale 2011 Silver Bear winner is rumoured to be the swansong from the Hungarian master.
Classic Ealing comedy where a group of Scottish islanders rescue and hide a shipwrecked cargo of whisky.
A wild, kaleidoscopic romp through the rave culture of the 1990s.
The director's long-lost debut, described by Cahiers du Cinéma as one of the best made movies of the 1980s.
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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