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The silent love affair between a battered wife and a respectful intruder.
Two people meet at a gig and have lots of sex, while Michael Winterbottom watches.
Documentary about a filthy joke, told by a succession of professional comedians.
The dangers for impressionable teenage daughter of living with ex-hippie eco warrior dad.
Documentary tracking the pirouettes and personalities in the world-famous ballet company.
American lawyer goes looking for her sister in Mexico and loses her marbles.
A teenager investigates the underworld of a local high school.
Allegorical story of guns and gun culture set in a mythical American mining town.
Biographical documentary about an underground singer/songwriter extraordinaire.
A recently bereaved screenwriter struggles to get his film produced without too many compromises, but personal compromises can be much more dangerous.
Werner Herzog examines the psyche of Timothy Treadwell, a man who lived and died with bears.
In a dystopian near future, counter revolutionaries battle the multimedia conglomerate that runs their lives.
The complication of mixed gender relationships in a modern American "comedy... sort of".
A thirtysomething man picks up an underage girl in a cyber cafe and gets more than he bargained for.
Niceguy pimp becomes killa streetsmart rap artist in feelgood Memphis sweetdream.
Documentary on the making of the most famous blow job in the history of blue movies.
Anarchic behavior in a care home leads to freedom and independence for two disabled Irishmen.
A casualty of war returns to a world that appears strange and unreal.
Love and understanding are tested in a Southern comedy-romance-tragedy.
True story of poacher hunters in the mountains of Tibet.
A good guy, trying to convince people he's a bad guy, runs into serious trouble.
A celebration of the black communities in New York during the Fifties and Sixties.
Cockney drug dealer become enmeshed in gang war over stolen happy pills.
A year in the life of the emperor penguins of Antartica.
A sad baker helps a dying motorist and discovers that he's not the only one who can't dance.
The last fling of a burned out hitman and his uncommon friendship with a failing businessman.
A snapshot of a family and its struggle to adjust to a new life.
A circus girl falls into a fantasy world where darkness threatens the kingdom of light.
On a small planet lived a girl and a cow.
The passionate, violent, disabled world of quad rugby is uncovered as Team USA seeks gold in Athens.
A redundant shipworker from Glasgow dreams of swimming the English Channel.
The life of a Seattle cop, who worries more about his personal life than city crime.
A clever girl in a Beverly Hills private school has no inhibitions about causing emotional havoc.
Surprisingly real road trip movie about a quest to find a piece of furniture.
A dance craze supersedes gang culture in South Central, LA.
Murderers and rapists perform Shakespeare and learn forgiveness.
Story of Canadian Lieutenant General Romeo Dallaire's UN role in Rwanda, tracing his return to the country 10 years after the genocide.
Breaking up is hard to do - especially for the kids.
A horrific discovery in a one room apartment leads into a surreal, claustrophobic nightmare.
Three of Asia's premier horror directors deliver spine-tingling short tales of terror, torture and tormented twins.
Teenager from the 'burbs attempts to quit suckin'.
A lonely man's search for happiness.
Controversial documentary about an amnesiac.
Deflecting the fury of a woman scorned with frequent showers, Bloody Marys and a little light humour.
Avant garde examination of a lonely life.
Backpackers go looking for hedonism in the Aussie outback... and find horror.
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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