Order by: Date, A-Z
21 Grams (2003)
The lives of a junkie and ex-con and a college professor intersect.
Abouna (2002)
Two brothers from Chad are affected in different ways when their father leaves home.
Alien Vs Predator (2004)
Alien vs Predator, with man in the middle.
Amores Perros (1999)
Interlinking stories, connected by a car crash and dogs.
Au Revoir Taipei (2010)
Lightweight and funny crime caper about a desperate man trying to score an air fare.
Air Guitar Nation (2006)
A documentary about the air guitar craze in America.
All About Lily Chou Chou (2001)
A disaffected teen finds solace in music and fan chat rooms.
Almanya - Welcome to Germany (2011)
Who or what am I - German or Turkish?' is the main question of this comedy about a Turkish family living in Germany since the late Sixties.
Amadeus - The Director's Cut (1984)
Superior biopic of the Austrian composer.
The American Soldier (1970)
A Vietnam vet who finds himself in a romantic mess after being contracted by cops to kill some gangsters. Out to own now on the RW Fassbinder Commemorative Collection: Volume 1.
American Splendor (2002)
True story about misfit who creates a popular comic series based on his own life.
Anatomie (2000)
An anatomy student encounters creepy goings on at med school.
Andrei Rublev (1966)
Biopic tracing the life of the Russian painter.
Another Public Enemy (2005)
A prosecutor crosses swords with a corrupt businessman.
Antibodies (2004)
A serial killer plays mind games with a policeman.
The Art Of Losing (2004)
Columbian corruption, a decomposing corpse, a hard-drinking reporter and a tearful tart.
Art School Confidential (2006)
An artist learns to adapt his vision to the world around him.
The Avenging Fist (2001)
Hong Kong martial arts stylefest, inspired by computer game and incorporating superhuman powers.
The Ballad Of Genesis And Lady Jaye (2011)
Documentary depicting the love story between Genesis P-Orridge and Lady Jaye.
Ballad Of Narayama (1958)
A grandmother prepares for her last journey - to be taken to the mountains to die - but her son struggles to accept her fate.
Balzac And The Little Chinese Seamstress (2002)
Boys sent for re-education get the hots for local seamstress.
Bangkok Haunted (2001)
Three supernatural tales from Thailand.
Battle Royale II: Requiem (2003)
Japanese high school kids are forced to hunt down a dangerous renegade, or die.
Baadasssss Cinema (2002)
Documentary about the 1970s blaxploitation films.
Bad Education (2004)
Two young school friends meet after 16 years, with tragic consequences.
Berberian Sound Studio (2012)
In the 1970s, a British sound technician is brought to Italy to work on the sound effects for a gruesome horror film where his nightmarish task slowly takes over his psyche.
The Business (2005)
In the mid-80s a young man falls foul of a gangster and is sent to take money to an ex-con in Spain, who invites him to join his team.
Before Sunset (2004)
Two young people meet again in Paris nine years after a romantic night in Vienna.
La Belle Et La Bete (1946)
Timeless classic that lives up to the label.
Benjamin Smoke (1999)
Documentary about an outsider musician.
Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980)
The life of a ex-con trying to go straight in 1920s Berlin is released on DVD after a massive restoration project by the original editor.
Beware Of A Holy Whore (1971)
Film within a film about a movie cast who try to make the best of a bad job when they find themselves short of funding. Out to own on the RW Fassbinder Commemorative Collection: Vol 1.
A Big Girl Like You (2003)
A French provincial girl grows up fast in Paris.
Birth (2004)
A woman is convinced that a boy is the reincarnation of her husband.
Black Christmas (1974)
Killer on campus causes girl fright four years before Halloween.
Black Dynamite (2009)
Blaxploitation spoof.
Black Sun The Nanking Massacre (1995)
Retelling of the Second World War Rape of Nanking.
Bleak Night (2010)
Winner of the New Current Award at the 2010 Pusan International Film Festival.
Blind Spot (2002)
Gritty Slovenian drama about a girl trying to help her drug-addicted brother.
Bloody Moon (1981)
A killer targets the students at a language school.
Boyhood Loves (2001)
A young Frenchman returns from the city to the rural home of his youth to visit his dying father in this subtle, effective drama.
A Brief History of Errol Morris (1999)
Documentary about the non-fiction film-maker.
Bring It On (2000)
Cheerleaders battle to regain their national title.
Broadway Black Sea (2002)
Documentary about a Black Sea holiday locale over one summer season.
Buena Vida Delivery (2003)
A guy moves in with a girl, only to find she comes with a family - and business - attached.
Bundy (2002)
Biopic of serial killer Ted Bundy.
Caesar's Park (2000)
A filmmaker documents her new neighbourhood.
The Canterbury Tales (1972)
Bawdy retelling of the medieval Chaucerian stories.
The Cat Leaves Home (2004)
Two girls fight over men.
Cabin Fever (2002)
Deadly virus attacks teens in the woods.

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