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When a beguiling young woman moves in next door, a quiet neighbourhood is awakened, bringing people face to face with their secrets and, ultimately, themselves.
A phonecall from his past prompts a man to go on a journey in the hopes of redemption.
A girl's dreams take her into the mind of a killer.
Two white witches are shackled with a curse that makes men who fall in love with them meet an untimely demise.
Assuming the identity of a dead flatmate to claim her inheritance proves to be a dangerous game.
A journalist uncovers family secrets that link her to a young Jewish girl persecuted 60 years previously.
Autobiographical account of life as a boy offender in an Irish Catholic reform school.
A man fights back after his identity is stolen.
A spoilt LA rich kid is packed off to a traditional English girls’ school. At first she is determined to escape, but then she begins making friends – and catching the eye of the headmistress’ handsome young son...
Making Make The Devil Laugh The Mino brothers talk about their scrutiny of Japanese society
Protecting our communities and the environment Karen Arikian on The Automat, Joan Churchill, Saul Bellow, farming and environmental films
Immersion and collaboration Nicolás Postiglione on working with Moisés Sepúlveda, Agustín Toscano and his cast on his debut film
Hamptons Doc Fest Awards and a movie man Karen Arikian on the Hamptons Doc Fest awards, Stig Björkman and Joyce Carol Oates
A true champion Rex Miller on Citizen Ashe, Arthur Ashe and Rex’s tennis protégé, filmmaker Steven Cantor
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