A groundbreaking new film about climate change starring Pete Postlethwaite.
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We get to see a lot of Che’s iconic look in over four hours of film, but sadly, though long on detail, it’s short on insight.
A stirring film, from the first graphic action scenes, showing police attacking demonstrators, and it never flags, never seems staged.
Lorna, an Albanian working in a Belgian laundry, needs money to open a snack bar. The first step is citizenship, so she marries a very sick heroin addict who no-one expects to live very long.
Israeli filmmaker Ari Folman’s latest is an animated docudrama in which the director and his friends play key roles deciphering a dream that is connected to Israel’s war with Lebanon.
An off-beat LA-based comedy as a solitary, hostile young woman with a porn addiction. Written and directed by Marianna Palka
A horrific and unforgettable film about the 1981 Bobby Sands hunger strike directed and co-written by Steve McQueen
What war does to people’s humanity and how, without trust, touch and intimacy, we’re lost.
An outstanding realistic drama that shows these people’s ordinariness, strengths and weaknesses, and never idealizes or diminishes them.
A beautiful contemplative immersion in the children’s sense of the immensity of time and events. Written and directed by Reha Erdem
A film about the Pope’s toilet. Directed by Enrique Fernandez and Cesar Charlone