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A businessman attends anger management sessions with comic consequences.
An intellectual screenwriter comes to Hollywood to write a script for a wrestling B movie.
When sadistic serial killer the Riddler, begins murdering key political figures in Gotham, Batman is forced to investigate the city's hidden corruption and question his family's involvement.
Chicago, 1968: after having a life-saving secret abortion, a suburban housewife seeks to give women access to healthy and safe abortions through an underground collective of women known as "Jane".
Can the motoring heroes foil a plot to scupper the grand prix?
Arnold Schwarzenegger takes on vigilante role in South America after terrorist bomb blast in LA.
Art and politics in Depression era America.
Research scientists may end up swimming with the fishes after sharks fight back.
Racial tensions come to the boil on the hottest day of summer in Brooklyn.
The story of Moses, the adopted orphan who becomes a prince of Egypt and leads the Hebrew slaves to freedom
A bookseller persuades a florist to have a threesome for money in an Orthodox Jewish neighbourhood of New York
A dark noir-ish mystery about a man looking for his wife's killer.
A history of the CIA told through the life story of an increasingly paranoid agent.
A man tries to find out how his stepson died against the backdrop of blue-collar Philadelphia.
A detective searching for a killer becomes entangled with the cenobites.
Alleged biopic of serial killing cousins who posed as cops in California.
A chess player falls for a socialite.
A Jewish girl hunting her father falls in love with a gypsy against the back drop of the Second World War.
A neurotic woman undermines her whole family and her sister's impending marriage.
Moral ambiguity in the mob.
Detective Monk sets out for a fourth outing, which begins with a crisis in faith and ends in redemption (sort of). Out to own on DVD now.
Adam Sandler plays a small town bumpkin who inherits $40billion and goes to New York.
Tragicomedy, a filmmaker tries to cope with crises.
in which David Caruso departs the series, Jimmy Smits arrives and Dennis Franz dominates.
Chain gang escapees in Deep South emulate a comic Odyssey.
A gambler who has turned his back on the game, has to pick up the cards again to help out a pal.
A writer suffering from block is accused of plagiarism by a spooky stranger.
Sacked biotech whistleblower starts a business inpregnating lesbians who want babies.
Several intertwining stories of New Yorkers with no sense of direction in life.
Robots in disguise!
Sam Witwicky has to save the earth from Decepticon (again).
A group of armed men hold a crowded New York City subway train to ransom in this remake of the 1974 thriller.
The tragedy of 9/11, as seen through the eyes of two survivors and their families.
A desperate film producer tries to stop his latest project (and himself) from going into meltdown.
A Mossad agent fakes his own death in order to start a new life as a hairdresser in America.
Connecting to Leonard Cohen Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller on Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song
Shaping myths Elena López Riera on the shifting nature of stories and gender roles in The Water
A world in miniature Erige Sehiri reflects on the origin and themes of Under The Fig Trees
The almost futuristic Shirin Neshat on Michael Brook, Sheila Vand, Isabella Rossellini, Matt Dillon, Sam Shepard and Land Of Dreams
EIFF announces new strands Festival also brings in new competition section as it returns to August
DocFest announces prizes Sansón and Me, Master Of Light and Lyra among winners
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