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Courtroom drama about a mutiny on a slave ship.
Stilted Oscar Wilde adaptation.
The difficulty of being Steve Coogan playing Tristram Shandy in a film directed by Jeremy Northam.
A look at the personal conflicts Charles Darwin experienced when deciding whether or not to publish his theory of evolution.
Futuristic brainwashed power trip, in which Jeremy Northam keeps changing identity.
A dean recounts tales of his past life... as a dog.
A complex World War Two tale of intrigue, romance and code-breaking.
The moral and practical outcome of a drone strike in rural Kenya is thrashed out at British HQ as an American pilot in Nevada awaits orders to fire the missiles that may cause unacceptable collateral damage
Dangerous infidelities amongst the rich and aristocratic in Edwardian London.
Murder and mystery at a posh shooting party.
Odd goings on at isolated US base in Greenland, as witnessed by a man with two names.
Ex-cons get mistaken for beauty pageant pros.
A psychiatrist stumbling upon an alien invasion fears that her small son may be the only one who can stop it.
Scientists step in to track a monster - with a good line in camouflage - that is picking off kids for lunch.
Caught between the British Secret Service and the Russian mafia, an oligarch with nefarious secrets uses an English teacher on holiday in Morocco to help secure political asylum.
An academic and a descendant of a poet find love is on the cards as they investigate a romance from the past.
The dreams of a psoriasis sufferer stuck in hospital.
BBC series about Henry VIII as a young man.
The optimism of tragedy Rebecca Miller on family, wisdom and Arthur Miller: Writer
Meeting the Maid of Orléans Bruno Dumont on Jeannette, The Childhood Of Joan Of Arc
La difference Tonie Marshall on Numéro Une and the barriers facing women in France and the film industry
Short but sweet We report on the opening of this year's Glasgow Short Film Festival
BFI launches Commonwealth Tales Free online film collection includes oldest surviving cricket film from 1897
East End Film Festival announces line-up Event back in spring for first time since 2011
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