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A teenager's life changes forever after his prediction about the death of his best friend comes true.
A dysfunctional family comes together to deal with a crisis.
Trendy family moves to the country and is threatened by bad things that happened in the house.
Based on a true story, this drama tells of a sister's struggle to prove her brother's innocence.
On the night of the strangest wedding in cinema history, a grotesque gang boss hires a stone cold killer to bring him the finger of a fading, drug-addicted jazz legend.
An odd-couple find themselves on a roadtrip to LA.
An alcoholic father struggles to keep his adolescent son out of jail and give him a better life.
Futuristic animation sees a young man begin to hear voices in his head.
A lonely woman befriends a group of teenagers and lets them party at her house... but things take a sinister turn.
The Griswolds try to stop their Christmas turning into a Turkey.
Two psychopathic murderers become glorified by the media.
Three men who should know better start a college fraternity to get close and personal with girls.
Egyptian student scriptwriter in London endeavours to stay beyond send-home-date.
Forbidden memories on disk, yours for the right price.
Comedy remake of the Seventies most infamous TV cop double act.
The eccentricity of a one parent family, living in a wooden house, near a small town in Texas.
Gangsters hold a surrogate mum to ransom.
A bored suburban girl discovers a new way to live when she attends a roller derby and meets a tough team of competitive skaters.
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
Streaming Spotlight on the union movement Trade unions, strikes and solidarity as seen on the silver screen
Glamorous consciousness Amalia Ulman on El Planeta and opening New Directors/New Films
Verhoeven returns to Cannes Lesbian drama confirmed for festival’s Official Competition