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A dramatisation of the Iranian Embassy siege in London in 1980.
A young globetrotting journalist partners with an old alcoholic sea Captain to unravel a mystery.
Young lad from up north finds freedom through ballet.
Allegorical story of guns and gun culture set in a mythical American mining town.
First World War horror movie exposes the hell of trench life and the fear of imminent death.
Four brothers escape Nazi occupied Belarussia and hide out in the woods with other rebels, plotting to rescue their fellow Jews.
A faded romance between a young British actor and an aging Hollywood star is rekindled as her terminal illness draws a veil over the sunset finale
An amoral, junkie police officer will do anything - and break any rule - to win back the affections of his wife and child.
America, struggling to finance its war against Japan, needs heroes so badly that it is willing to sacrifice the truth.
A teenage misfit struggles to come to terms with his mum's death.
A neglected young woman struggles to assert herself in 19th century England, finding love in the process.
A young man discovers he has the ability to teleport and that a secret society wants to kill him for it.
Peter Jackson revisits his favourite film in a great remake.
As a police psychologist works to talk down an ex-con who is threatening to jump from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, the biggest diamond heist ever committed is in motion.
A man tries to save his family - and kids at an abusive school - after they fall on hard times.
A self-diagnosed nymphomaniac recounts her experiences.
A musical fantasy reimagining of Elton John's early success, addiction and rehab.
The true story of white supremacist skinhead Bryon Widner and his attempts to leave his extreme right-wing past behind.
In a future where a failed global-warming experiment kills off most life on the planet, a class system evolves aboard the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe via a perpetual-motion engine.
Atmospheric thriller from the Deep South resurrects shades of darker, deadlier incarnations.
On a dark and stormy night Cody Calahan on storytelling and shooting The Oak Room
Celebrating cinema of the New East We talk to Lucía de la Torre and Maria Muzdybaeva about the return of Calvert Journal Film Festival
A snapshot of memory Christos Nikou talks about Apples, the pandemic and his upcoming film with Carey Mulligan
Up close and personal Inon Shampanier and Natalie Shampanier on Paper Spiders
New Directors/New Films live talks launched Ramin Bahrani, Kleber Mendonça Filho and Sara Driver are festival speakers
Verhoeven returns to Cannes Lesbian drama confirmed for festival’s Official Competition