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Three men search for the truth about the Romanian Revolution - and has anything really changed?
Documentary on the Pamir Kirghiz's search for a homeland.
Coming-of-age drama about a janitor striving to turn his dreams into reality.
After a shocking discovery at an investor's family wedding, the supervisor of an orphanage finds himself facing a complex dilemma.
Modern melodrama, tracing four interlocking stories across three continents.
Scathing attack on the World Bank and IMF's role in African poverty, set within a loose narrative framework.
Paul Verhoeven returns to Europe for an epic wartime tale.
Who was in the hotel on the night that Robert Kennedy was shot?
A documentary portrait of a family's experiences following the homophobic murder of their son.
Boy meets boy in a surreal prison for convicted murderers.
A documentary examining the inequities of the coffee trade.
Low budget, endearing look at a young boy’s first crush.
A fake documentary about a Kazakhstani TV reporter on a cultural mission to America.
A man's life falls apart after a tragic accident.
An IT company trying to sell up hires an actor to pose as its president.
A stolen laptop leads to revelations of loss, love and the quality of mercy.
Documenting suicides from the Golden Gate bridge.
A goalkeeper kidnapped and tortured by the Argentinian secret police becomes determined to escape.
A lonely woman finds romance with a stranger only for things to turn nasty when her ex-husband gets out of jail.
A junkie poet falls in love.
Investigating fraud amongst France's fattest fat cats.
Teenagers take up a sinister urban sport.
Two women from the former Yugoslavia have their perceptions and dreams altered by a young Bosnian with a lust for life.
A boy and girl return to where their parents’ plane crashed 7 years earlier.
Four North African men join the French army to fight the Nazis, but will their deeds be remembered?
Love, sex, suicide and depression filmed Truffaut style.
Memories of a working-class Liverpudlian family during and after the Blitz.
Exposing the beef burger industry as bacteria friendly, with blood in the boardroom and illegals in the slaughterhouse.
A young woman goes mad at home whilst the soldier who loves her is surrounded by madness abroad.
The life of an illegal Chinese immigrant, based on a true story.
The long and quiet life of a Chinese Go Master in Japan.
Classic adaptation of Dickens' novel about a orphan who finds a mystery inheritance propels him into high society.
A drug-addicted teacher is befriended by a student.
A fictional exploration of the death of the original Superman.
Italian B-movie film producer attempts to save his marriage, avoid bankruptcy and pitch a movie attacking Berlusconi.
Truman Capote researches the Clutter murders for In Cold Blood.
A man, dogged by guilt, goes on the run after poisoning his lover.
Migrants in Malaysia dream of sleep, recovery, and each other.
Two reporters journey through Afghanistan trying to get a story on the Taliban.
A lonely security guard is exploited by a group of gangsters including a beautiful femme fatale.
The hopes, dreams and secrets of a group of young parents whose lives intersect in small-town America.
A small boy grants wishes, but what should people wish for?
Ugandan dictator's rise to power as seen through the eyes of a young doctor.
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.
A masseur in the Phillippines tries to come to terms with his father's death.
Riotous comedy that isn't scared to highlight social issues.
A Bengali family in America attempt to bridge the divides between cultures and generations.
3D version of Tim Burton's stop-animation film about Hallowe'en Jack's fascination with Christmas gets its annual trot around the cinema block.
Joining a dance class to get some exercise, a middle aged bailiff meets a beautiful woman who inspires him to change his life.
Two friends go camping in Oregon. They take the dog. They have a hot bath in the woods. They come home.
An investigation into where supermarket food comes from.
A lawyer rejects his bourgeois past and moves to the inner city in an attempt to engage with ordinary life.
A priest adopts his orphaned niece and grows furious upon discovering what happened to her and her mother.
A psychological thriller from Glasgow's heart of darkness.
The literary life for two young friends in Norway.
Gritty tale of organised crime and murky Italian politics.
An epileptic student becomes possessed by demonic forces.
An intensely personal story about the filmmaker's artist father and his partner living in their decaying house in New Orleans.
Documentary about one of rock's most enigmatic and influential heroes.
An avant-garde examination of the diverse sexual experiences of a group of New Yorkers.
A boy's eye view of life with his single mum and a nutty neighbour.
A nightclub singer falls in love with a much younger woman.
An offbeat indie comedy about love, lies and your pets.
A forklift driver strives reluctantly to become a country-and-western singer on the pub circuit in Northern Ireland.
A beauty shop owner and transsexual soap opera addict form a friendship which leads to drama of its own.
A fictional character fights for his life in the real world.
Animated birds try to escape a belligerent octopus.
Three generations of grotesque goings on in Hungary.
A young boy adopted by a group of skinheads struggles to find his own identity in a world dominated by racism and war. Now out to own on two-disc DVD.
An Aboriginal hunting party passes the time by retelling an old fable that has a particular resonance for the youngest member.
The FBI's witchhunt against a former Beatle during the years of peacenik protest against the war in Vietnam.
Love, with catheters, for an ageing act-or who is seduced by the beauty of passion’s young promise.
Sexual awakening of a teenager who tries to engage with the object of his affections by posing as a woman on the phone.
Examination of Egyptian society as seen through the eyes of tenants in Cairo.
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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