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A master class in film making from the Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami. From scripting to casting and indeed the whole process of film, the acclaimed maker of 'Taste of Cherry' and 'Ten' explains his art as he tours his country. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Episode 17: Cutbacks. Liz is willing to do anything to avoid cutbacks at T.G.S., while Jack is forced to fire his personal assistant and hire Kenneth as his part-time assistant.
Episode 18: Jackie Jormp-Jomp. Jack tries to turn an accidental obituary for Jenna into a marketing opportunity for her Janis Joplin-based biopic. Meanwhile Liz makes friends with a group of single women while away from work for sexual harassment.
Episode 19: The Ones. Jack has second thoughts about marrying find out more...

8 1/2 (1963)

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The story of a director, devoid of inspiration and on the verge of a nervous breakdown, trying to satisfy the anticipation surrounding his next project. Surreal, serio-comic mildly autobiographical and widely acclaimed as one of the great films about movie-making. Fellini's masterpiece. find out more...

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Charlie Kaufman is a screen writer struggling to adapt Susan Orlean's best selling novel "The Orchid Thief". As he tries to get to grips with his work Charlie must also deal with his twin brother/alter ego(?) Donald, a problem compounded by the gradual but seamless blending of reality and fiction. A surreal tale which defies the imagination of us mere mortals, Adaptation is an intelligent, crackingly performed, hilarious and perceptive flick, Spike Jonze's second feature lacks the "you what!!?" find out more...

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Set against the backdrop of an elite American East Coast prep school, protagonist Robert is an apathetic teenager who seems interested only in YouTube-esque videos of either babies, kittens, pornography or violent acts. When Robert takes part in the school's AV club he unexpectedly captures a traumatic event that will irreversibly alter the lives of everyone at his school. Far from ‘easy viewing', 'Afterschool' is an intense, intelligent and provocative account of one boy's conflicted and trou find out more...
ARARAT (2002)

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Atom Egoyan has created a world within a world, shifting between the contemporary and, through the making of a film about the events, the tragic genocidal slaughter of the Armenians in turn of the 20th Century Turkey. Ararat is a thoughtful and thought provoking drama of the highest order. find out more...

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It's 1941 and the golden days of Tinsel Town. Seriously earnest New York scriptwriter Barton Fink is lured to Hollywood with an offer to write a wrestling movie. Stricken by writer's cramp and seeking inspiration, Barton finds it in real life events. This witty drama was a Cannes Film Festival multi-award winner. find out more...

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With videotapes serving as his surrogate parents, a misguided teenager gains the attention he desires through the act of murder. Thematically similar to Haneke's other, better known works and very chilling. find out more...

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Tim Robbins wrote, directed and stars in a film that exposes very cleverly the underbelly of US politics. He plays the charismatic Roberts, a right-wing "protest" singer, whose views begin to capture the nation's interest. Sinister machinations abound behind the scenes, and the documentary style works well. Funny too!

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A man writes and loves in darkness. Fourteen years ago he was in a car crash where he lost not only his sight but also Lena, the love of his life. He had two names; Harry Caine, a pseudonym with which he still signs his written works, and Mateo Blanco, his real name, with which he signed the film he directed. After the accident, the only way Harry could cope with not being able to make films was to imagine that Mateo died along with his beloved Lena. One night, in conversation with his friend an find out more...