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The short history of Madchester and the club scene, with Steve Coogan as Tony Wilson.
The hapless presenter is caught up in a hostage negotiation situation.
Chop-socky remake of Jules Verne classic.
The difficulty of being Steve Coogan playing Tristram Shandy in a film directed by Jeremy Northam.
There's a new supervillain on the block and Gru is recruited to help the Anti-Villain League.
A girl who is cursed to obey orders goes on a quest to lift the spell.
Tongue-in-cheek British twist on the buddy cop genre.
A bickering gay couple find their lives turn upside down when a young boy arrives on their doorstep saying he is the grandson of one of them.
Biopic of porn king Paul Raymond.
Minions Stuart, Kevin and Bob are recruited by Scarlet Overkill, a super-villain who, alongside her inventor husband Herb, hatches a plot to take over the world.
A portrait of France's most famous Queen.
Colourful sequel sees the world’s largest museum complex spring to life.
The magic comes to London with Teddy, Attila, the neanderthals and Larry.
Two boys form a friendship through a shared love of music.
After their heroes meet a valiant but stupid end, two back-office cops rise to the call and quickly get out of their depth.
A nerdy parole officer witnesses a murder and, with three ex-crooks, attempts to expose the killer
Teenage gods and monsters - classical, but not a classic
The true story of an Irish Catholic woman who decides to find her son more than 50 years after she was forced, as an unmarried mother, to give him up for adoption.
True story of the late years of the comedy double-act.
Hammy the hamster and pals get a re-imagining.
A comic road trip through the north of England.
Two men take a humorous journey through Italy in search of understanding and delicious food.
Actors take their craft a little bit too far in war comedy...
A divorce and custody battle from the perspective of a young girl.
Last exit for a stylish maverick Director of Diva and Betty Blue dies at 75
I see something in your eyes Iva Radivojević on Anne Waldman, Jorge Luis Borges, Alain Resnais, Mohammed Dib and Aleph
Experiencing difference in a positive way Dagmar Schultz on Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years 1984-1992
Women peace Charlotte Sieling and Trine Dyrholm on the architecture of the script in Margrete: Queen Of The North
Berlin announces shooting stars Irish actress Clare Dunne among emerging talent
Berlin Film Festival shortens event Pandemic also leads to reduction in seating capacity
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