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A retired secret agent facing terminal brain cancer is persuaded to take on one last job, but has to try and look after his estranged teenage daughter at the same time.
Three corporate executives struggle to come to terms with losing their jobs.
The memories of a dead CIA operative are implanted in a dangerous convict.
A Union soldier goes native in the wide open plains of Sioux country.
A grieving doctor thinks his dead wife is trying to contact him through his patients.
A pitcher in the twilight of his career finds himself torn between the game and the woman he loves.
An ambitious would-be lifeguard learns the ropes from a man who's seen it all.
The story of three black women who revolutionised computing and engineering and helped put Americans in space.
Jack Ryan uncovers a plot to wreck the US economy.
A young journalist is forced to confront his secret extraterrestrial heritage when Earth is invaded by members of his race.
The story of why Stanislav Petrov saved the lives of hundreds of millions of people.
A bottle on the beach sparks romance.
The true story of Molly Bloom, an Olympic-class skier who ran the world's most exclusive high-stakes poker game and became an FBI target.
A glimpse into the life of a serial killer who must struggle against his alter ego as he attempts to quit.
Kevin Costner returns to the wide open spaces of cattle country.
A man restarts the postal service in post-apocalyptic America.
Kevin Costner stars as the noble rogue in this reimagining of the Nottinghamshire legend.
The Graduate - 20 years on? Or boring and uneventful rubbish.
Recreation of the Cuban Missile Crisis, as witnessed from the White House.
How the infamous Chicago gang boss, Al Capone, was brought down.
Deflecting the fury of a woman scorned with frequent showers, Bloody Marys and a little light humour.
The quest for Dry Land as Kevin Costner blows a sub-Titanic budget.
Discovering and forgetting Jean-Paul Civeyrac on Novalis, Flaubert, Pasolini, Rose Pourquoi and A Paris Education
A right royal victory Inside the Glasgow Short Film Festival awards ceremony
The optimism of tragedy Rebecca Miller on family, wisdom and Arthur Miller: Writer
NFTS Scotland courses launched Bursaries available for students from underrepresented groups
Weinstein Company non-disclosure agreements ended "No one should be afraid to speak out," says Bob Weinstein
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