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Hugh Grant, who hates kids and loves their mums, becomes friends with an odd 12-year-old boy.
Satire of American Idol, George Dubya and suicide bombers.
An Englishman gets more than he bargained for when an American on his cruise ship offers to tell him the story of his relationship with a beautiful but dangerous woman.
Overweight middle-class secretary has trouble with men and other appetites in London.
Bridget continues to put her fat foot in it, ending up in a Thailand prison.
The story of souls across the centuries.
A surgeon begins to suspect one of his eminent colleagues may be in the business of harming rather than healing people.
The story of a New York heiress who dreamed of becoming an opera singer, despite being unable to carry a tune in a bucket.
Comic observations of the emotionally cauterised English upper-middle-classes at play.
An archaeologist discovers that an ancient snake cult may not be as dead as he thought.
Frightfully English ensemble rom-com about middle-class, emotionally dysfunctional Londoners.
Napoleon Solo teams up with a KGB operative for a joint mission.
A young man has to come to terms with his sexuality.
Comedy in which a British auctioneer becomes embroiled in the mob after proposing to a gangster's daughter.
A has-been pop star makes beautiful music with the potted plant maintenance girl.
A world famous film star falls for a bookseller.
Paddington gets into a scrape over his Aunt Lucy's birthday present.
In his quest to become Pirate of the Year, the Pirate Captain leads his crew into peril and risks losing a treasured shipmate.
A butler realises late in life the folly of his devotion to the household he has served.
Scriptwriter who can't sell his movie ideas to Hollywood ends up in a small town education facility as a teacher.
An idealistic young lawyer locks horns with a wealthy property developer.
Protecting the children Carla Juri on playing a 'difficult' character in When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit
The archival activist Dagmar Schultz on Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years 1984-1992
Streaming Spotlight: family time Kith and kin who stick together through thick and thin
Between reality and dreams Sara Driver on Sleepwalk and the New York City she remembers
Dystopian worlds Director Chino Moya on crumbling societies, toxic manhood and fear of the other in Undergods
On a dark and stormy night Cody Calahan on storytelling and shooting The Oak Room
DocFest announces line-up 55 world premieres included in Sheffield festival's line-up
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