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A Hollywood agent tricks an ageing action star into appearing as King Lear in an amdram production.
In the late 1800s, a man arrives in a remote country village to investigate an attack by a wild animal but discovers a much deeper, sinister force that has both the manor and the townspeople in its grip.
An older man, known as The Tramp, who lives in a homemade shack in North London woods attracts support and something more from a lonely widow and a bunch of protesters when he is ordered to leave.
Rebels set out to steal the plans for the Empire's deadly Death Star.
Breaking the cage Ronnie Sandahl on the treatment of young footballers and Swedish Oscar submission Tigers
Extraordinary fabulous moments Bruno Dumont on costumes, the cinematic expression of the narrative, and the internal self of France
A Robust approach Constance Meyer on writing for Gérard Depardieu and Déborah Lukumuena in her debut film
O unholy night Sean Nichols Lynch on vampires, festive horror and Red Snow
Making Make The Devil Laugh The Mino brothers talk about their scrutiny of Japanese society
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