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Re-imagining of Alice as a teenager.
Alice returns to Wonderland to save the Mad Hatter.
Mike Leigh investigates the sad, heartfelt lives of high-rise South Londoners.
First season of the comedy drama about brickies abroad.
Partially fictionalised biopic of the outspoken manager, Brian Clough
Harry Houdini falls for a gypsy 'psychic' in an Edinburgh-set period romance.
A film about a real life libel suit that became critical to proving that the Holocaust really happened.
Trying for a baby over fish and chips.
Stop motion animated cave men and a hog learn to play football and take on the best team in the known universe
Exiled to modern New York City, a fairytale princess collides with the real world.
A retelling of one of the UK's most famous real life paranormal investigations.
When a snobbish woman discovers her husband has been having an affair, she takes exile with her bohemian sister on a council estate.
Ghostly goings on ensue when a youngster is sent to live with his grandma at Green Knowe.
It's darker now and Voldemort is close. Can Harry triumph at the Tri-wizard Tournament and save the world?
This long-delayed movie about Harry's sixth form year reveals secrets about Lord Voldemort's fractured soul.
Harry returns to Hogwarts to find he is being pursued by the escaped murderer Sirius Black.
A photographer's son with an unusual birthmark comes to suspect that demons are murdering the people of London.
Twenty-two tales of supernatural thrills in half hour chunks, with bad sex and Terence Stamp.
A divorced barman has sexual liaison with wife of London cabbie.
Animated re-imaginging of a German invasion during the Second World War
Tom Cruise goes native in Japan in the years when honour was prized more highly than life itself.
Stirring adventures of rich orphans on the run from a devious actor who plans their demise.
British cons plan an escape by staging a prison musical.
Story of the artist and his bed-ridden, controlling mother.
A biopic of artist J.M.W Turner
Victims of a terrorist train crash come to terms with tragedy in a sun-drenched Umbrian villa.
BBC Adaptation of Charles Dickens classic.
The most famous hangman in Britain goes about his business.
Mark Wahlberg rises from lead singer of tribute band to lead singer of the band itself
A group of middle-aged rockers hit the road again.
Musical mayhem, murder most foul, and meat pies with a difference in a gothic tale of doomed love and deadly obsession.
Loose biopic of Gilbert and Sullivan in the period leading up to the staging of The Mikado.
Tom Cruise is a millionaire New York publisher who falls for Penelope Cruz and smashes his face.
A Pagan ritual offers a grieving couple the chance to spend three more days with their dead daughter, but when the moment comes, they will do anything to keep from letting her go again.
Avoiding imagery Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne on Young Ahmed
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
Weinstein jury in deadlock Judge says they must strive for a unanimous verdict
New Directors/New Films announces line-up NYC festival opening with Sundance winner Boys State
Made In Italy returns to London Line-up and guests announced
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