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The life of a ex-con trying to go straight in 1920s Berlin is released on DVD after a massive restoration project by the original editor.
Dramatisation of the life of Hannah Arendt, who reported on the war crimes trial of Nazi Adolf Eichmann for The New Yorker.
A courier who transports data in his brain faces a race against time and those who want the information he is carrying.
A woman goes in search of her mother's doppelganger.
Several intertwining stories of New Yorkers with no sense of direction in life.
Two retired women, who have been in a secret relationship for decades, find their relationship turned upside down when the truth begins to come out.
A lost soul wanders the streets of New York looking for a mysterious stranger.
Highs and lows Thomas Robsahm on dream projects and Aha The Movie
Liotta: The bad guy with the best lines Archive interview shows how late actor took his career 'one movie at a time'
'As an 11-year-old kid, you believe in everything' Director Oualid Mouaness on war and hope in 1982
Binoche at the end of her tether Reality bites with the women workers on the frontline in Between Two Worlds
Borders of information Florian Schmitz on Le Pré Du Mal, Baudelaire, Truffaut, mumblecore and Love Steaks
War Pony poodle scoops Palm Dog Award Cannes honours rolled out for four legged performances
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