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Marketing boss of film studio attempts to placate warring husband-and-wife acting team.
Animation about the trials and tribulations of the orphaned daughter of the last Russian tsar.
Documentary about a filthy joke, told by a succession of professional comedians.
Woody Allen comedy that is more about sex than fame.
Dramatised reconstruction and archival footage concerning the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago the subsequent “civil unrest” and trials that followed.
Art and politics in Depression era America.
Black comedy about three generations of a family who come together for a funeral.
The mother of all monsters tries to nest in New York.
After accidentally running over the Easter bunny's son, an unemployed man is forced to get involved in the egg delivery business.
The story of Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace.
Romance blossoms between a commitment-phobic drug salesman and a feisty Parkinson's sufferer.
A team of useless superheroes try to save the day.
An enigmatic woman acts as a catalyst in the lives of a father and his sons.
Colourful sequel sees the world’s largest museum complex spring to life.
A fixer falls in with a rising Israeli politician and is soon trying to bluff his way into the big time.
Comedy about an unfit bloke's marathon.
A big screen outing for Homer and family. Out to own on DVD and Blu-ray on December 10.
Collection of The Simpsons TV cartoons, themed around the subject of the title.
Premiere season of the dysfunctional family's antics.
Homer and his family's odyssey continues.
Gargamel tries to create a new kind of evil smurf.
The smurfs are sucked through a portal into New York City, where they must fight the evil wizard Gargamel.
A cartoonist's repeated attempts to get home to his dog are thwarted by a recurring deadly encounter that forces him to re-live the same day over and over again.
After eating from the tree of knowledge, a Stone Age man gets big ideas and embarks upon a journey of exploration.
Memory Game Mathieu Amalric on Claudine Galéa’s play, Vicky Krieps and Hold Me Tight
Going Off The Rails Director Peter Day on the challenges and aims of shooting his parkour documentary
This appealing man James Norton on costumes, dancing, looking in the mirror and Rogue Agent
EIFF: Choice cuts Seven films and some shorts to catch at this year's festival
Getting the bug Carter Smith on queering horror in Swallowed
Style that’s forever Don Letts on Rebel Dread, The Clash, 99 Records, ESG, Adrian Sherwood and Eighties New York
Acknowledging her anger Tara Thorne and Lesley Smith on telling missing stories in Compulsus
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