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Two vampires, mother and daughter, open a seaside bordello.
Let the battle between men and the ancient gods begin...
A claustrophobic thriller about a kidnap where all does not go according to plan.
An English couple move to Normandy and because of their name are drawn into Flaubert's web as if doomed to repeat the follies of Madame Bovery
A scientist and a child make a bid for survival in a world of zombies.
The famous brother and sister team take revenge for their childhood trauma.
In the early years of the 20th century, the Kingsman agency is formed to stand against a cabal plotting a war to wipe out millions.
Four incarnations of a character who is a mistress of reinvention.
Framed for murder, a young prince in possession of a mysterious sacred dagger must fight for justice - and fight to stay alive.
Bond is back... and this time it's personal.
More gangster goings on from Guy Ritchie, this time centring on a property scam and a missing painting.
An elderly man struggles to deal with his terminally ill wife's desire to be part of her local choir.
A lonely writer faces up to past heartbreak during the Second World War.
Trouble is brewing at the anarchic girls' school thanks to a zealous education minister.
A columnist returns to her childhood home... but while she was away she has been transformed from an ugly duckling into a seriously sexy swan.
A Tube driver accidentally runs over two people, then hears of the ‘three and out’ rule, which offers a huge financial incentive to find someone suitably suicidal...
A British film crew in the Second World War makes a propaganda film.
A disturbed factory worker dreams of romance... but will he take advice from his dog or his cat?
A drive for feminism Cat Haigh and Hannah Congdon talk about their Pamir Highway road trip for Women Behind The Wheel
Signals for the wider story Declan Lawn and Adam Patterson on James Norton, Gemma Arterton, Larry Smith and Rogue Agent
Reclaiming Welsh horror Lee Haven Jones and Annes Elwy on Welsh cinema, folk horror and The Feast
Bathroom buddies Rebekah McKendry discusses working with Ryan Kwanten and JK Simmons on Glorious
Memory Game Mathieu Amalric on Claudine Galéa’s play, Vicky Krieps and Hold Me Tight
See How They Run to open GYFF Special guests and programme details announced
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