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An adaptation of the Frank Miller comic about the real life struggle of 300 Spartan soldiers to hold a pass against the full might of the Persian army.
Greek general Themistokles leads the charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy.
Sprawling epic sees English toff and drover bond over cattle and kids.
A man gets paroled and heads home to his brothers and a house where violence rules the roost.
Intrepid animal conservationist, Steve Irwin, wrestles with crocodiles and the CIA.
An indigenous detective arrives in a frontier town on the hunt for a missing person.
An Indian man who was adopted by an Australian couple as a boy heads off to find his real family.
Final part of Peter Jackson's Middle Earth trilogy.
A social worker struggles to reunite families after discovering the (real life) scandalous deportation of British children to other Commonwealth countries, which often resulted in abuse.
Boy from the Australian outishback competes in the world junior paper planes contest in Japan. Frankie should have sung a song.
Sparrow is drunk. Salazar is dead. Barbossa takes charge. The young ones are searching for the trident of Poseidon. There's a lot of water. And magic. If you wait long enough you might glimpse Keira Knightley running.
In the 1880s, an Australian outlaw is offered a pardon if he tracks down and kills his psychotic elder brother.
The FBI is charged with hunting down Public Enemy No. 1: John Dillinger.
CGI overload as Dracula hunter encounters famous fictional characters and assorted beasties
The gatekeeper Matt Tyrnauer on Where's My Roy Cohn?
Edward Lachman and New York remember Robert Frank Photographer/filmmaker passed away aged 94
The magpie Lauren Ashley Carter talks fight scenes, troubled characters, animal inspiration and Artik
A cinematic runway Anna Sui on the influence of cinema and Dennis Nothdruft on fairy tales in The World Of Anna Sui
Forming a mountain Rick Alverson on Tye Sheridan, Jeff Goldblum, Udo Kier, and Denis Lavant in The Mountain
NYFF director Kent Jones to step down "Most of all I thank the filmmakers"
We're looking forward to the New York Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, Manchester's Grimmfest, the Iris Prize Festival in Cardiff and NewFest in New York.
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