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One of the last British silent films, Piccadilly delves into the heart of London's entertainment industry, exposing its hypocrisies and...
It’s a little late in the day, but not too late if you run, to catch Errol Morris’ scintillating doc – The Fog of...
François Ozon takes a backwards look at relationships.
Frank Miller wrote and drew the original sin city comic books and was writer on the classic batman graphic novels, Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Year One, which were a major influence on the new film Batman Begins. He has recently co-directed a film version of Sin City.
Documentary films with a political bent have enjoyed continued successes over the last year, and in this spirit Musicalbear warmly receives...
Imagine a film shot in the style of the young adventures of Bruce Lee, with table-tennis bats, in Heartbreak High, in a Manga comic, in...
Intelligent, engrossing thriller, but does it give you the fear?
Van Sant's latest has all the dreamy strengths of his last two films - just don't go and see it if you're a wannabe rock star.
The first German film to be accepted at Cannes for 11 years provides some serious food for revolutionary thought.
Ligers, llamas, and beaten egg as tasty drink: welcome to the world of Napoleon Dynamite, the ginger afro-ed, master doodling, eponymous star of the...
Amelie does wartorn France, but is this another example of style over substance from Jean-Pierre Jeunet?
The entrancing story of a musical genius who defies the odds.
It was clear that the spirit of independence was up against the wall when the institutions of power decreed 'you're either with us or against...
This new documentary from the director of Manufacturing Consent begins with a forceful denial that the world we have adapted to –...
It appears that barely a month passes without the release of a film that questions the nature of identity and perceptions of reality, however for...
Low budget innovation and narcissism collide in this arresting debut.
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