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Solar activity brings about the end of the world as we know it, but a handful of people are determined to survive.
A robot strives to be human.
Political satire sees a Democrat up for re-election take out a contract on himself, before getting honest with voters.
Has the serial seducer finally met his match?
A chef trying to recover his flagging reputation finds inspiration in romance.
Michael Douglas is a New York shrink, whose daughter is kidnapped by Sean Bean.
A vet discovers he can talk to the animals.
Timely restaging of the Frost/Nixon televised interview and duel of wits.
A Venetian who is too low-class to marry the man she loves, becomes a courtesan.
Colin Firth runs away from Minnie Driver and finds Heather Graham in Vermont
Out-of-work actors pose as ship's stewards after accidentally stowing away.
A loving couple in dire financial straits are offered a million bucks... if the wife to spend the night with another man.
The life and ideas of a scientist who believed in sexual healing.
A crocodile puts the bite on an unsuspecting community.
Dorothy finds herself whisked back to Oz.
Romance blossoms between a commitment-phobic drug salesman and a feisty Parkinson's sufferer.
A music journalist goes on a troubling journey into her own past.
Michelle Pfeiffer is a Mafia widow on the run and under surveillance by Matthew Modine (FBI).
Ensemble comedy drama explores the angst of middle-class New Yorkers.
Black sheep of the litter has a not so happy thanksgiving after organising a family get together.
An unconventional love story of an aspiring actress, her determined driver, and the eccentric billionaire whom they work for.
A child psychologist trapped in an isolated house by a storm tries to rescue a vulnerable boy.
An architect falls for a woman who thinks he is gay.
The origins of the X-Men are explained as they struggle to thwart a villain with nuclear ambitions.
After eating from the tree of knowledge, a Stone Age man gets big ideas and embarks upon a journey of exploration.
A drive for feminism Cat Haigh and Hannah Congdon talk about their Pamir Highway road trip for Women Behind The Wheel
Signals for the wider story Declan Lawn and Adam Patterson on James Norton, Gemma Arterton, Larry Smith and Rogue Agent
Reclaiming Welsh horror Lee Haven Jones and Annes Elwy on Welsh cinema, folk horror and The Feast
Bathroom buddies Rebekah McKendry discusses working with Ryan Kwanten and JK Simmons on Glorious
Memory Game Mathieu Amalric on Claudine Galéa’s play, Vicky Krieps and Hold Me Tight
See How They Run to open GYFF Special guests and programme details announced
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