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A preacher on the run finds a new flock.
Michael Caine persuades Dylan Moran to impersonate gangsters in a Dublin money fraud.
The 18th century upbringing in aristocratic circles of the illegitimate mulatto daughter of the Lord Chief Justice of England's son
Plucky chicken caper sees farm birds bid for freedom.
The British prime minister in the run-up to D-Day.
An IRA man questions his ways after befriending a captured soldier, then flees to London and finds himself out of his depth in the soldier's world.
Santa's older brother is asked to help out at the North Pole, and everyone gets more than they bargained for.
It's darker now and Voldemort is close. Can Harry triumph at the Tri-wizard Tournament and save the world?
Three women from different decades connect through the writing of Virginia Woolf.
Animated retelling of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.
True story of how women workers at Ford battled for equal pay.
Puppet retelling of the life of Christ.
Twenty different glimpses of Paris.
Phantom of the opera sings once again that strange duet, this time to the tune of Andrew Lloyd Weber.
Farm girl from Wisconsin falls in love with the prince of Denmark (no, not that one).
Isolated in a remote farmhouse, a pregnant woman begins to feel threatened by her envious neighbours.
Subversive comedy about an oddball making his way in a bland world.
Interweaving science fiction stories set around a future L.A.
A man undergoes a mental collapse.
A naive policeman of impeccable character attempts to uncover the mystery of supernatural murders in 1799.
Story of Jeff Bauman, who became a symbol of hope after the Boston Marathon bombing.
A boy grows up in a broken family as the winds of change blow through Swaziland.
A dramatisation of the early life of Queen Victoria and her initial romance with Prince Albert.
An inconvenient woman Tanya Wexler on Buffaloed and a heroine who doesn't apologise
The fashion historian Mark Bozek on The Times Of Bill Cunningham
Huppert on a perpetual erotic charge Ira Sachs on working with France’s ultimate diva
Binoche out of her comfort zone Director Safy Nebbou on delivering the gift of a role
Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President to open Tribeca Mary Wharton film lined up for 19th edition
César awards furore over Polanski Academy board resign as ceremony looms
Glasgow Short Film Festival line-up announced This year's focus is the politics of place
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