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A trip to a place where the past remains unchanged - but is it all in the mind?
A short, experimental film exploring mystical imagery.
A group of teenagers experiment with ketamine and find themselves out of their depth.
A couple try to hold their relationship together on a weekend in Paris.
An exploration of capitalism, its effect on individuals, and the nature of reality.
An adaptation of the Frank Miller comic about the real life struggle of 300 Spartan soldiers to hold a pass against the full might of the Persian army.
A chorus girl understudy steals the show on Broadway after the leading lady is unexpectedly incapacitated.
Documentary following the removal of Jewish settlers from the Gaza Strip.
The party-hearty lifestyle of bored Californian rich kids is rocked to the core when a botched drug deal has tragic consequences.
French intellectual take on kinky sex between a gay man and a suicidal woman.
A captive, destined for sacrifice, Jaguar Paw is determined to escape and save his wife and child.
The title says it all...
A young couple are torn apart by a confused girl's accusation, by class prejudice and by war.
Sprawling epic sees English toff and drover bond over cattle and kids.
A look at the Flower Power era in America through the eyes of an outsider.
A priest who believes in the essential goodness of everything struggles to deal with a neo-Nazi in his church.
Futuristic sci-fi post-animated superagent is acrobatic in her desire to save paradise from reactionary forces.
A widow falls in love with a handsome young gardener and faces social vilification as a result.
An ordinary man enters politics and finds himself drawn into corruption.
A dramatic look at the legal and cultural processes which led to the abolition of slavery.
Young love has never been so menacing.
A former child star tries to get by in Hollywood by taking an older lover.
Tribute to the writer and performer Spalding Gray.
Paris & philososphy, black & white, rom & com.
Documentary about a wealthy, privileged family who build a community for children whose lives have been devastated by HIV/AIDS.
A couple whose child has died retreat into the woods and discover very dark things.
A thriller set in Cuba under the Batista regime.
Al Gore investigates global warming.
An exploration of the lives of a group of partygoers.
An artist learns to adapt his vision to the world around him.
The love affair between a budding Italian-American writer and a Mexican waitress during The Great Depression.
Infidelity at an institution for the criminally insane.
Surrealist avant-garde classic following a woman's journey of discovery.
A married couple come to terms with Alzheimer's. Enjoying a limited Valentine's re-release in some London cinemas.
Modern melodrama, tracing four interlocking stories across three continents.
A prostitute and her friend go on the rampage after being gang raped.
A grandmother prepares for her last journey - to be taken to the mountains to die - but her son struggles to accept her fate.
People come and go in a Midwestern small town motel.
Two misfits and a pretty student conspire to burgle a big house.
A young heavy, following in his father's violent footsteps yearns for something more.
Bunuel's story of a chaste housewife who gets a job in a brothel still has the power to shock after 40 years. Out now on re-release.
Paul Verhoeven returns to Europe for an epic wartime tale.
A young man befriends a woman in trouble and discovers a sinister side to life in his small town.
Who was in the hotel on the night that Robert Kennedy was shot?
The chase goes on for the rogue CIA assassin in his search for recognition and revenge.
A man becomes attached to a parasite that gives him an unnatural high.
An Irish transvestite, searching for the mother who abandoned him, is caught up in terrorist violence and hilarious goings on in London.
New Wave brat scholar Tarantino swears blind this was not the inspiration for Kill Bill? You decide.
A tour of New York City's bridges and the landscapes surrounding them.
A romantic liaison on a ferry crossing.
Bacri - 'flawless' mover and shaker of French cinema Partner of Agnès Jaoui bows out after struggle with illness
Stay-At-Home Seven: January 18 to 23 - Television and streaming picks for the week ahead
Why French cinema remains alive and well UniFrance head reflects on reactions to the virtual Paris Rendez-vous
Streaming Spotlight: archaeology on film Seven great films about digging up the past
Remembering Michael Apted Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Anne-Katrin Titze on the much admired director
OFCS awards nominations announced Da 5 Bloods leads charge
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