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A perpetual bridesmaid is torn between loyalty to her sister and passion for her sister's fiance.
A Palestinian journalist chronicles his village’s resistance to a separation barrier being erected on their land and in the process captures his young son’s lens on the world.
When the crew of a plane suddenly gets sick, only one man can land it safely, and he's afraid to fly.
Mike Leigh drama about family, friendship and ageing.
An elderly woman talks about the disappearance of her pregnant daughter under military rule in Argentina.
The experience of awaiting sunrise on Taiwan's Ali Shan Mountain.
A crossword puzzler follows the cameraman she's smitten with all around the country.
A group of climbers take on one of the world's most challenging mountains.
A man wakes up during surgery, unable to move, and hears doctors plotting his murder.
Paul Exben has the perfect life, but when he finds out that Sarah, his wife, is cheating on him, a rush of blood provokes Paul into a fatal error.
Barcelona's underworld as seen through the eyes of a hustling single dad.
The epic story of a family forced to emigrate from Laos after the chaos of the secret air war waged by the US during the Vietnam War.
Chaos reigns as an epidemic of blindness starts to spread with alarming speed.
Animated allegory about the USSR.
Best friends become bitter enemies after inadvertently scheduling their weddings for the same day.
The story of former Burmese soldier Myo Mint who, after becoming disabled in action, educated himself with banned books and became a campaigner against the civil war.
Lonely people whose love binds them in painful situations are united by music.
A documentary about laissez faire capitalism and its effect on American society.
Does what it says on the tin - a personal documentary about a subject for which most blokes will have sympathy.
Quasi-documentary about a group of Parisian school kids.
A look at the early life of the famous Coco Chanel.
A look at the personal conflicts Charles Darwin experienced when deciding whether or not to publish his theory of evolution.
Documentary about the way in which the US blockade of Cuba has affected young skateboarders there.
Four brothers escape Nazi occupied Belarussia and hide out in the woods with other rebels, plotting to rescue their fellow Jews.
Documentary about fashion designer, punk icon and cultural provocateur Vivienne Westwood.
The true story of an aristocrat who came into conflict with the political and moral system of her day.
Two former corporate spies scheme to swindle their bosses.
Germans infiltrate a British squadron in a bid to sabotage a radar warning system.
A young man of Turkish descent travels to the old country to look for the missing daughter of his father's girlfriend.
Exiled to modern New York City, a fairytale princess collides with the real world.
Naomi Wolf explores political changes in the US.
The story of how the Hindu-Muslim riots that ravaged Gujarat in 2002 altered the lives of a number of different characters.
A son struggles to deal with his abusive father.
Two resistance fighters face treachery and are torn over their feelings for a beautiful woman.
An investigation of how the stock market crash really happened, explaining the complex financial issues involved in easily understood terms.
Examination of the global water crisis.
Giant flying 3D dinosaurs introduced by everybody's favourite natural history presenter.
An estranged couple rock the boat while treasure hunting.
Santa's older brother is asked to help out at the North Pole, and everyone gets more than they bargained for.
In a foreign city, a young girl begins to catch glimpses of the mother she lost in a car crash.
A pop-star turned jingle writer seeks solace from his midlife crisis in his dreams.
Five interweaving stories paint a brutal portrait of organised crime in Naples.
An exploration of the politics of gun control in the US.
A woman who lives in the shadow of her mother finds herself locking horns with her after her husband is killed.
A writer creates a media sensation with his fake biography of Howard Hughes.
A criminal tries to adopt the identity of a doctor who looks just like him.
A visit to a special apartment complex and training centre for would-be child stars.
An animated exploration of the tradition of honour killing, asking how it might be brought to an end.
A visit to a Turkish village scarred by war whose cyclical approach to time is confounded by the young people's desire to leave for the city.
A cast-off Playboy bunny is put in charge of a sorority house.
A film that sticks in your throat Robert Morgan on puppets, obsession, inevitability and Stopmotion
The beauty of the road Emma Westenberg on empathy, absurdity and Bleeding Love
Collecting signs Nate Carlson on Alexander Payne’s multiple Oscar-nominated The Holdovers
Under the influence Christine Vrem-Ydstie and Brian Wiebe on I Am A Channel
Coming to life Ethan Barrett on depression, crayons and Rosemary AD (After Dad)
Sorting fact from fiction Roman Bondarchuk on fake news, politics and the situation in Ukraine in The Editorial Office
Oppenheimer and Poor Things are big BAFTA winners Rising Star award for Mia McKenna-Bruce
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