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Six months after the events of 28 Days Later a US-led force begins a tentative attempt to repopulate Britain.
Robert Carlyle and Emily Watson star in Alan Parker's adaptation of of Frank McCourt's best-selling account of his poor Irish upbringing.
An American backpacker searches for happiness in Thailand.
Reconstruction of famous aboriginal murder trial in South Australia in 1959.
An ageing, faded Britpop star is forced to confront his past if he wants to avoid deportation from the US.
When a simple farm boy discovers a dragon's egg, he also finds his destiny: to recover the lost art of dragon riding and save the kingdom from evil.
South London heist goes wrong when gang members turn on each other
Unemployed labourers get their kits off for cash.
A young boy harbours suspicions that his father is a spy.
A futuristic security force attempts to contain and cover up a man-made deadly virus.
A Glasgow barber accidentally turns killer.
A sad baker helps a dying motorist and discovers that he's not the only one who can't dance.
A boy and his dog in the wake of an IRA ceasefire in Northern Ireland.
Rhys Ifans and Robert Carlyle tussle for the affections of Shirley Henderson.
Johnny Lee Miller and Robert Carlyle are would-be highwaymen in 18th Century England.
A man turns up at a remote fort, claiming he has escaped cannibals.
If Ealing were still alive... they'd probably grab this script and run with it!
Now a carer for his dying friend, a former prisoner laments the way that he has frittered away his life.
A misfit schoolkid dreams of being a footie star.
Renton returns to Edinburgh after running off with the money to find the city changed and his mates in various degrees of rage and despair.
Black comic drama about the Edinburgh drugs scene. On re-release.
After being beaten by her father, a young girl is taken to a children’s home.
007 tumbles down the Thames and battles a bullet-in-the-head madman.
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Five to the fore in Critics’ Week Cannes sidebar maintains support for filmmakers
Wes Anderson ensures Cannes show goes on McQueen, Kawase, Ozon, Vinterberg, Maiwenn and Pixar in the selection
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