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Survivors run from infected killers after apocalyptic rage virus devastates Britain.
Light-hearted take on To Catch A Thief, transplanted to the Bahamas.
Retreating from life after tragedy, a man questions the universe by writing to Love, Time and Death.
The story of an 84-year-old Kenyan man's fight for education and equality.
Biopic of political prisoner who went on to be the first democratically elected South African president
Cop duo Crockett and Tubbs ditch their 80s pastel suits to crack - pardon the pun - down on a gang of ruthless drug dealers in style.
Three-part narrative about the life of a gay African-American.
The story of a boy raised by animals who comes back into contact with humans as he grows up.
Morris dancing mockumentary.
A suicidal man considers the five women he has loved and lost.
A young ninja rebels against his clan.
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.
Action packed finale to the supernatural swashbuckling saga from Disneyworld.
The continuing saga of comic pirates, a posh totty in drag, a ghost ship and the buried heart of Davy Jones.
The life and wild times of Ian Dury - pop singer, artist, hell raiser.
Things get personal as James Bond has to defend MI6.
A message from Bond's past sends him on the trail of a sinister organisation.
A lone cop goes up against a corrupt system.
A man traumatised by the death of his wife becomes implicated in the death of a pop star.
Bacri - 'flawless' mover and shaker of French cinema Partner of Agnès Jaoui bows out after struggle with illness
Stay-At-Home Seven: January 18 to 23 - Television and streaming picks for the week ahead
Why French cinema remains alive and well UniFrance head reflects on reactions to the virtual Paris Rendez-vous
Streaming Spotlight: archaeology on film Seven great films about digging up the past
Remembering Michael Apted Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Anne-Katrin Titze on the much admired director
2021 Glasgow Film Festival launched Full line-up announced as screenings go online
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