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The life story of a self-obsessed young woman determined to succeed as a romance novelist at the beginning of the 20th Century.
A psychotherapist discovers a horrifying secret about his patients that leads him on a journey to confront his past.
A robot strives to be human.
A man finds himself racing against time on a commuter train.
Vampires have overthrown the human race... but now blood stocks are running low.
Yank mafiosi try to muscle in on Aussie gangsters' one-armed bandit biz.
Trapped on a yacht with a serial killer.
A dean recounts tales of his past life... as a dog.
Character-driven comedy drama about how an isolated Australian radio telescope was crucial to the first Apollo moon landing.
Deep space rescue mission crew are tormented by evil from another dimension.
When a security expert is framed and trapped in the world's most secure prison, he will need all his skills - and more - to make his escape.
A trainer is enlisted to heal a horse but also works magic on those around him.
A biotech company hires a hunter to track down the last Tasmanian tiger.
A kid and his foster uncle run off into the New Zealand bush.
A children's book illustrator becomes obsessed with her husband's new secretary.
A trip to a dinosaur theme park turns deadly.
Sam Neill goes back to dinosaur island and is chased all over again.
A woman struggles to escape her criminal past.
A mute woman in an arranged marriage makes a dangerous bargain in an attempt to retrieve her stranded piano.
After his wife walks out on the family with no explanation, a distressed man hires a detective to help him find out why.
A biopic of Sandra Laing, a dark skinned girl born to white parents in Apartheid-era South Africa.
Story about the father and son relationship between the founders of the modern game of golf.
Talking the long route under sail to Australia in the 19th century.
BBC series about Henry VIII as a young man.
30-love and one set of jokes adds an air of romance to the serious business of tennis.
A lonely microbiologist embarks on passionate romance in verse with Middle Eastern cook.
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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