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A writer wrestles with his demons - and his twin - as he tries to adapt a book for the big screen.
An American backpacker searches for happiness in Thailand.
When a disc believed to contain sensitive information falls into the wrong hands, the intelligence services rush headlong into a comedy of errors.
A rock star's holiday is interrupted by the arrival of her old flame and his daughter.
Journey of self-discovery for dead-pan, retired Lothario.
In a magic kingdom beyond the wardrobe four children, with a lion's army, do battle with a white witch.
The comic book adventures of a chain smoking paranormal gumshoe in post-apocalyptic LA.
The Pevensie children and their brattish cousin Eustace are whisked back to Narnia on a quest.
A mother tries to protect her son from suspicion after his lover is found dead.
The story of the disastrous 1968 round the world yacht race.
A former neurosurgeon embarks on a journey of healing only to be drawn into the world of the mystic arts.
A war correspondent's conversation with an extraterrestrial amid the chaos of Black September.
The adventures of a concierge and a lobby boy who becomes his friend.
Capitol Pictures is about to complete its biggest film of the year, but its star has been kidnapped. Can the studio fixer solve the problem in time?
In a future world where dogs have been exiled to the giant rubbish dumps of Trash Island, a Japanese boy sets out alone in search of his beloved pet.
Left on the sidelines, a bored woman embarks on a journey of self discovery.
An alcoholic finds herself in deep trouble after kidnapping a kid.
A mysterious man shares coffee and conversation with people, writing down details on matchbook flaps. But what are his motives?
The artist as gay icon and the thief who stayed.
After witnessing a murder, a railway switchman makes a discovery which will change his life forever.
A lawyer forced to clean up after a colleague's breakdown begins to question the ethics of his job.
Two children make a pact and run off, prompting the local community to go on the hunt for them.
Young girl Mija must risk everything to prevent a powerful, multi-national company from kidnapping her best friend - a massive animal named Okja.
A vampire couple contemplate a changing world.
Young nobleman Orlando is commanded by Queen Elizabeth I to stay forever young. Miraculously, he does just that...
Four film essays about the much loved artist and storyteller.
In a future where a failed global-warming experiment kills off most life on the planet, a class system evolves aboard the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe via a perpetual-motion engine.
A nightmare brews in a dance company.
When a teenager is accused of killing her baby, a forensic psychologist tries to uncover the truth.
The artist as victim of The Patriot Act.
Teenager from the 'burbs attempts to quit suckin'.
A woman with a fear of commitment finds herself falling for a man who wants to settle down in a monogamous relationship.
Tom Cruise is a millionaire New York publisher who falls for Penelope Cruz and smashes his face.
An enigmatic and visually powerful statement against war.
Repression and sexual abuse haunt a family.
The much-anticipated film based on Lionel Shriver's Orange Prize-winning novel about a mother at odds with her dangerous son.
Rootless drifter working on Scottish canal barge discovers dead woman in the water.
A reclusive computer genius, plagued with existential angst, works on a mysterious project aimed at discovering the meaning of life.
Ready, steady, go! GFF Diary days 1&2: Mid90s, Matt Bomer, Mark Millar and a date with Priscilla
Drawing inspiration Batsheva Hay in conversation on Little Women, Wuthering Heights, and establishing relationships with actors
On the level Danishka Esterhazy on telling women's stories in genre films and Level 16
Paradise lost Clément Cogitore on Braguino the film and installation
Unnatural pleasures Nicolas Pesce on working with Christopher Abbott and Mia Wasikowski and channelling Hitchcock in Piercing
French honour for Redford’s American in Paris César awards for domestic violence drama and Audiard’s Western
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