Eye For Film >> Festivals >> Leeds International Film Festival >> 2008 >> A-Z of Films
A teenager struggles for connections - both real and virtual - as her step-father presents an airbrushed version of their lives online.
Klaus Kinski plays a mad conquistador searching for El Dorado.
Inside a juvenile Russian reform school.
Fly-on-the-wall look at the juvenile detention system in Brazil.
The complexities of love and relationships as experienced by various visually impaired people.
When a town's prime lass is kidnapped in the Old West, a posse get together to bring her back. Easier said than done when the kidnappers are underground monsters.
After two teenagers find a dead girl in the basement of a disused mental asylum, the boundary between right and wrong becomes sickeningly blurred.
A youth released from a mental hospital tries to get back to normal but is haunted by the voice of his younger brother, who disappeared.
A woman acts out the dreams of a stranger.
Touching romance between a lonely widow and an immigrant worker.
Examination of the global water crisis.
In a foreign city, a young girl begins to catch glimpses of the mother she lost in a car crash.
Classic western in which three men variously scheme, save and double-cross each other in the search for a legendary stash of gold.
Manchurian homage to Sergio Leone sees unlikely protagonists vie over a treasure map.
Klaus Kinski (so immortally captured in Werner Herzog's My Best Fiend) gives a showstopping performance with a defiant monologue.
Deconstruction of the North Korean official state ideology.
Atmospheric horror film in the vein of Rosemary's Baby, with a descent into obsession and madness with the previous occupants of her boyfriend's flat.
A man in mid-life crisis retreats to his parents' loft.
Washed-up actor Bruce Campbell is forced to save the town of Gold Lick from ghost Guan-Di.
Documentary charting a key moment in Aussie cinema.
A frustrated young nurse finds her life transformed after she meets a troublesome teenager.
Intimate portrait of the icon.
Offbeat comedy in the style of Tati.
An uneven relationship between a westerner and a Thai former sex worker.
Sci-fi drama in which three men make a journey into the unknown in search of their deepest desire.
Training to kill, Afghan style, in the new American sponsored army.
Remastered 21-year-old documentary about graffiti artists in New York.
FW Murnau's tale of love on the run in the South Seas.
An old woman talks to her dog in an attempt to retain a modicum of independance in a material world that does not appreciate a child's desire to play on a swing.
Examination of the influential group of LA-based session musicians who worked alongside many of the greats, including Elvis Presley and The Byrds.
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