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A skeleton crew in a decommissioned submarine launch a clandestine search for Nazi gold under Russian waters.
After receiving a cryptic letter from his estranged father, Norval travels to his dad’s oceanfront home for what he hopes will be a positive experience. If only he’d known the dark truth about his old man beforehand.
Killers consider retribution round the kitchen sink.
Four men have a strange encounter during the English Civil War.
A meeting between two gangs in a deserted warehouse turns into a shootout.
A young cab driver tries to save his mum from alcoholism.
When a visiting conservationist accidentally trespasses in an ancient wood, its denizens set their sights on his family.
After hitting rock bottom, former youth boxing champion Jimmy McCabe returns to his childhood boxing club and his old team.
A hitman's moral compass becomes badly skewed.
A wealthy American persuades her Spanish maid to pretend to be a noblewoman in order to make up the numbers at dinner, only to have an English aristocrat fall in love with her.
A priest and a novice investigate devilish goings on in an isolated Romanian nunnery in the Fifties
A group of soldiers find themselves facing an ancient and seemingly unstoppable enemy.
An intense story of two people who struggle to keep their longings for freedom under control, set against a beautiful and remote landscape that reflects their isolation back at them.
A troubled Belfast boy befriends an English kid, with disturbing results.
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Director puts femmes to the fore Martin Provost on Juliette Binoche, gender divisions and revolution
Dreams of reality Jason Neulander on perception, reality and breaking the rules in his debut Fugitive Dreams
Césars on the move France's Oscars delayed to March for live celebratory event
Slamdance announces largely virtual line-up Festival also shifts to February for 2021 edition
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