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Dystopian fairytale about a 'city without a voice'.
The story of what inspired John Newton to write the hymn Amazing Grace.
An IT company trying to sell up hires an actor to pose as its president.
A group of Johannesburg stand-up comedians take a roadtrip to perform at a rock concert.
Documentary about a man who mutilates the woman he claims to love.
The forces of good and evil battle over a device with the power to save or destroy Moscow.
Jean-Luc Godard at his most incomprehensible in a story that might be connected to making a film.
Camcorder footage reveals the events leading up to brutal murders within an ordinary family home.
A group of punk misfits ask a famous novelist to join their band... despite the fact he can't play, only to find their plans spiralling out of control.
Speed dating for butterflies.
A man is grabbed into a twisted dimension. Showing at EIFF 2007 as part of World Animation 1.
A year in the life of a nursery shrub.
Love bites a 20-year-old Texan actor in New York.
Two brothers who hate each other drive to Skye to search for their dead daddy's money.
Lonely in the run-up to New Year, a young man decides to post a personal ad to find someone with whom to spend that special midnight moment.
An exploration of the experiences of Mark Chapman before and after he killed John Lennon.
A tragicomic look at the events preceeding the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand.
Moody and atmospheric picture about unrequited love on skid row.
Canadian documentary filmmakers try in vain to interview Michael Moore.
A man on the run hides in a restaurant.
A millionaire buys his very own one man concert. Winner of the UK Short Film Award at EIFF 2007.
Guy meets Girl and makes beautiful - and Oscar-winning - music with her.
Animation about an old folk's home's sinister secret.
A young skateboarder finds himself in trouble following the death of a security guard.
An alienated woman undertakes a strange spiritual journey.
A look at the world through the eyes of cult film director and trash icon John Waters.
A detective caught in a battle of wits with a killer is forced to pay for his past failings.
The unlikely lives of Canadian junkies.
Life in an African orphanage where the children are united by a love of singing.
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