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A film about a man… and his Dogo.
The comic book adventures of a chain smoking paranormal gumshoe in post-apocalyptic LA.
Stop-motion love story sees a young man inadvertantly marry a dead woman.
Extravagant remake of the Roald Dahl story about a boy who wins a Golden Ticket visit to an eccentric millionaire's sweet factory.
So-so adaptation of Hideo Nakata's Japanese horror movie.
Scary Movie scribes take on the rom-com, with lavatorial enthusiasm
Six girls on a caving expedition find they are not alone in the dark.
A futuristic Marines vs monsters video game adaptation.
Documentary on the child miners of Bolivia.
Road movie on a motorbike in South Africa with 10-year-old Xan and his cheetah cub buddy.
Courtroom drama debates fundamental religious beliefs against a backdrop of imagined horror.
Welsh alien abduction / invasion leads to death by combine harvester
Portrait of the drinker as an artist.
A woman hired to con a man into leaving his parents' home, falls for him instead.
Film adaptation of Lady Windemere's Fan.
A Yank comes to West Ham and learns how to be a hooligan.
Story of the little dog with the big heart.
When a man who thinks his child has been kidnapped discovers they've nabbed the wrong kid, he has to decide if the life of another's son is equally worth saving.
Douglas Adam's classic end of the world comedy finally makes it to the silver screen.
Teen backpackers get more than they bargain for in sex-fuelled horror.
A magical tale in a troubled kingdom on the brink of war.
Twenty-two tales of supernatural thrills in half hour chunks, with bad sex and Terence Stamp.
Tongue-in-cheek British twist on the buddy cop genre.
Inquisitive teenagers in ghost town, where evil twins turn visitors into wax museum exhibits.
Niceguy pimp becomes killa streetsmart rap artist in feelgood Memphis sweetdream.
Futuristic clone colony action escape drama (in clinging white bodysuits).
A day in the life of 15-year-olds from a tough West London school.
The world's most famous dog has an adventure in wartime Britain.
Told she has three weeks left of her life, Queen Latifa shows us all how to live to the full in this charming romantic comedy.
Four animated animals from Central Park Zoo are shipwrecked on the wild shores of Madagascar.
Gentle comedy about a gay scriptwriter 'coming out' to his family.
A recreation of the 1914 Christmas truce in the trenches during the first winter of World War One.
Four nurses behaving badly in realistic TV hospital series.
Lavish adaptation of Charles Dickens' tale of an orphan who crosses paths with a pickpocket.
Thai martial arts goes mental with bad actors in cheap clothes.
Steve Martin attempts to emulate Peter Sellers as incompetent French policeman.
The camera loves Keira as Jane Austen's famous and fabulous writing flows to life.
Nice guy pretends to be mentally handicapped so he can win Special Olympics.
A look at the Icelandic music industry, its roots and stars.
The Rwanda genocide revisited.
A high-octane thriller for adults that exposes US dirty tricks in the Gulf oil business
Darkly comic self-help murder mystery in the Scottish Highlands.
Atmospheric thriller from the Deep South resurrects shades of darker, deadlier incarnations.
In the near future, Britain is a fascist state into which a mysterious, masked terrorist dares to fight fear with flames
Monster horror flick in poundstretched kilted country.
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Director puts femmes to the fore Martin Provost on Juliette Binoche, gender divisions and revolution
Dreams of reality Jason Neulander on perception, reality and breaking the rules in his debut Fugitive Dreams
Césars on the move France's Oscars delayed to March for live celebratory event
Slamdance announces largely virtual line-up Festival also shifts to February for 2021 edition
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