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A Hungarian village becomes a mirror for the failure of an entire society.
The intrepid creator of the documentary That Sugar Film sets off on another journey, this time to scour the world for solutions and measures to combat climate change.
Backing singers tell their stories.
An alchemist draws on the power of lightning to create splendid jewels.
Views from a bridge.
Recreation of an incident in Iraq in which nine children were massacred by militants.
A soldier's memories play over this animated tale of Korea's demilitarised zone.
A federal agent is kidnapped while he is trying to track a weapons cartel.
Looking down from the mountains of Europe, can one gain an insight into its culture?
A group of British teenagers go on a road trip to an island music festival.
When a man meets a beautiful woman for the second time, the plans the mysterious Adjustment Bureau have for his life go awry.
The sequel to Kidulthood follows a young man on his first day out of prison.
Anna is stuck: she’s approaching 30, living in her mother’s shed, and spending her time making movies with her thumbs. Her mom wants her to move out; she just wants to be left alone.
Renowned Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei has garnered international attention as much for his ambitious artwork as his political provocations and increasingly public clashes with the Chinese government.
A well meaning but thinly stretched British volunteer becomes the last hope for a young teenager alone in a refugee camp.
A Cuban immigrant tries to find her place in New York City.
When the zombie apocalypse hits the sleepy town of Little Haven - at Christmas - teenager Anna and her high school friends have to fight, sing and dance to survive, with the undead horde all around them.
As Scott Lang balances being both a superhero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds Ant-Man fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past.
A former top national security advisor, haunted by having signed off on a controversial military action that cost thousands of innocent lives, sets out to tell the truth
A journalist investigates a woman's claims to have seen the Virgin Mary.
Nocturnal images of prostitutes and recorded monologues in which they speak of their lives.
Rites of passage drama about a youngster on a summer break with her family.
Tragic romance, based on Kevin Sampson's book about Tranmere Rovers hooligans in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
When their accordion is confiscated, two children contemplate the meaning or acceptance, resistance and meaningful political struggle.
Two lazy social workers who reluctantly agree to reunite the cast of a legendary amateur Bollywood musical.
Man meets landscape, on horseback, as a son imagines his father.
The truth behind an alibi that kept a killer from justice for 20 years.
A young girl has a magical experience when taken to a theatrical performance of Alice In Wonderland.
Growing up, a girl tries to come to terms with her father's illness.
A man agrees to help his partner's sister have a baby.
A meditative invocation on transcendence as a means of restoration.
A woman is in love with two different men, but can't decide between them.
A young man tries to reconcile with his father through football.
Film borne out of artist's residency with Edinburgh Mela.
A documentary about the centuries old Feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Randazzo, beneath Mount Etna.
A man and a mechanical bear head to an observatory to confront his past.
A failed asylum seeker dreams or running a bio-dynamic farm.
Helpful advice on what to do to survive a nuclear attack.
A group of detained teenagers get caught up in a series of killings.
On a long summer’s day in rural England, two groups of teenagers find a remote hide away where fun and games soon lose their innocence.
A washed-up former ping pong star infiltrates a suspicious competition on behalf of the FBI.
An experimental exploration of the barbarian spirit.
The tales of people who frequent a barber's shop chair.
A dystopian look at a barren landscape.
Colliding with the dusty window of an abandoned guest-house, an unwitting bird fails to realise the curious horror lurking within.
Docudrama investigating an Iraqi massacre allegedly carried out by US soldiers.
Martin is a cove fisherman whose brother has started using their father’s boat to shuttle tourists, soon causing latent familial tensions to explode.
A Chinese-Canadian woman suffering from an empty nest gets a second shot at motherhood when one of her handmade dumplings comes alive.
Two best friends in a small Scottish town in the summer of '94 head out for one last night together before life takes them in different directions.
A teenager relocated to rural Wyoming sets her sights on a local ranch hand.
Keeping his word Michael Apted in conversation on 63 Up
Talking about juxtapositions Thom Powers on dreams, fashion, identity, nature and bright spotlights in DOC NYC
Dedicated to DA Pennebaker Thom Powers on Martin Scorsese, Michael Apted, the Masters and Winner’s Circle in the tenth edition
EIFF goes coastal Free Film Fest on the Forth announced
DOC NYC award winners announced Viewfinders, Metropolis, Shorts and Short List results
Oscar documentary feature longlist announced 159 entries under consideration for 92nd Academy Awards
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