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A hedonistic young man gets more than he bargained for when a Spanish flamenco dancer moves in with he and his mother.
Kubrick and Clarke's quest to the stars.
Documentary tracks two women in post-apartheid South Africa.
Interlinking stories, connected by a car crash and dogs.
Beautiful silhouette take on the Arabian nights and a piece of celluloid history.
Intelligent adventure film for kids with its heart in the right place.
Documentary about the non-fiction film-maker.
A filmmaker documents her new neighbourhood.
Tense psychological drama about a young woman whose dream of marrying into riches descends into a nightmare.
Tartan short: a hilarious, old-fashioned slapstick comedy about a criminal clown.
Horror tale revolving round retellings of Little Red Riding Hood.
Intense drama about the plight of a political refugee.
A countess sells her earrings, little realising the huge impact the move will have on her life.
A woman has to keep the peace between her three hubbies and four kids.
Lock up your biologists! Second rate comic sci-fi effort where the jokes fall as flat as the science... though the stars all have glossy kissable hair of course.
Charles II's attempts to elude the Roundheads.
Bleak look at life for single men in the modern world.
A woman tells the tale of her infidelity.
Modern re-examination of Shakespeare's Prince of Denmark.
Three Mother/daughter relationships receive eloborate cinematic analysis in a beautiful but overlong drama.
Black comedy about a dark and dreary hotel spa.
Lonely soldiers make for revealing viewing in this involved documentary.
Documentary about two gay men's struggle to overturn convictions for child abuse.
A lonely young romantic running the signal box at a dilapidated station plans her escape from her small town in this touching little drama.
Night shift workers go slightly insane, consider their navels and ignore the only interesting character among them in this so-so Brit drama.
The true life traumas of one amazing family and their struggle out of the housing projects that have so badly affected their lives.
A woman falls for her neighbour and maintains her unrequited love down the years.
Documentary about a Jewish lesbian folk singer who switches career to sell Tupperware.
Colourful and genuinely revolutionary film, which shows off the considerable imagination and technical prowess of the director. Newly restored version is being show at NYFF 2008.
Lives and loves of a group of twentysomethings.
A chess player falls for a socialite.
A widowed garage owner deals with his wife's death while trying to patch up his relationship with his son.
Communism resurrected in a sweet Croatian Ealing style comedy.
Split personalities lead to a love triangle with a twist in a reasonably funny gross-out caper with Jim Carrey.
Romantic and fantastical cow farming odyssey.
A woman heads to her husband's home town after she begins to suspect he is cheating on her.
The love lives of a series of inter-related characters.
Excellent and enjoyable action flick with high body count - think Korean Nikita.
The story of a woman who has lived a scandalous life.
East meets West in Seventies Berlin.
A painter on a large rail bridge finds the life-change of retirement difficult.
A misfit schoolkid dreams of being a footie star.
A low-key story of young lovers is turned into a beautiful MGM style musical in this French classic.
Climbers in a rescue party battle the harsh realities of K2.
Sex and romance in Seoul.
Monster challenge Tom Sullivan on cast commitment and shooting his debut feature
Wonders and extremes Alba Rohrwacher on Adam Driver in Hungry Hearts, Arnaud Desplechin and Sworn Virgin
Putting Ireland on the map Tom Sullivan and Dathai Keane talk about being trailblazers for an Irish-language film initiative
'It's kind of like magic' Bernardo Barreto on his feature debut The Seeker and the art of a long single take
The Favourite is European Film Awards big winner Yorgos Lanthimos named Best European Director
Sundance announces feature film slate Jolie, Wishaw, Riseborough and Affleck among star names
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