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Superior biopic of the Austrian composer.
Two small time US criminals get out of their depth after being persuaded to travel to England to steal a mysterious package.
Biting satire on the Thirties party circuit in London.
Sitcom centring on a man who is dogged by coincidence.
A mild-mannered academic takes part in a virtual reality experiment and is possessed by the spirit of notorious British occultist Aleister Crowley.
Dickens' classic tale gets an animated makeover, chagal-style.
Russell T Davies' resurrection of the time traveller.
Comic observations of the emotionally cauterised English upper-middle-classes at play.
An older man, known as The Tramp, who lives in a homemade shack in North London woods attracts support and something more from a lonely widow and a bunch of protesters when he is ordered to leave.
Documentary tracking the director and actor.
A young man has to come to terms with his sexuality.
Black comedy about the Bosnian conflict told from the viewpoint of a trench between warring factions.
Phantom of the opera sings once again that strange duet, this time to the tune of Andrew Lloyd Weber.
Poisonous cynicism and manipulative scheming at the heart of a national tabloid.
A chance encounter in Florence leads a respectable young Englishwoman to develop secret passions.
A farmer needs ten more pigs in a hurry, but the only one he has turns her snout up at prospective suitors.
The young William Shakespeare - suffering writer's block - finds romance provides inspiration.
An 11-year-old English schoolboy blows farts that can fuel an American moon rocket.
In 1947, Lord Mountbatten assumes the post of last Viceroy, charged with handing India back to its people, living upstairs at the house which was the home of British rulers, whilst 500 Hindu, Muslim and Sikh servants lived downstairs.
Queen Victoria's friendship with a young Indian clerk.
Every little moment Samyuktha Vijayan on getting real about transition in Blue Sunshine
'I think, through the screen, we can gain a truthful reality' Dāvis Sīmanis on the cyclical nature of history and why we need to learn from it in Maria's Silence
Some form of melancholy Aylin Tezel on exploring intersecting journeys in Falling Into Place
Turning up the heat Sean Garrity, Jonas Chernick and Sara Canning on The Burning Season
'President' Dolan returns to Cannes Director 'humbled and honoured' to head Un Certain Regard jury
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