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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...

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A fascinating and at times stunning series of animation's using the art work of five young people with autism. A is for Autism provides an easily graspable idea of what it is to be autistic and the thought process of those whose lives it dominates. find out more...
APRILE (1998)

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Nanni Moretti, the director of "Dear Diary", sticks with his favoured format of part fact, part fiction in this riotous comedy documentary. Torn between making a film about the imminent birth of his first child, or the state of Italian politics, or a Trotskyist pastry chef, Moretti extravagantly decides to combine all three! And why not? find out more...
ARCADIA (2017)

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From the earliest days of movie-making to the present day, through rare and unseen footage, we see the changing relationship the British have with their land. From images of local celebrations and festivals to agricultural practices through the seasons, village life and lost crafts. 

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Derek Jarman faces up to AIDS, the loss of loved ones, the breakdown of the body, blindness and his own approaching fall into the void. The constant blue screen provides a backdrop for Jarman's words, which are delivered by a host of famous voices. His eloquence, and unsentimental account of his own plight are deeply moving. A challenging and abstract film. The dvd contains Glitterbug, a 60 minute collage of Jarman's super 8 footage which he shot between 1970-1986. find out more...

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The rusting relic of a failed 1950s development scheme, the Salton Sea is a barren California landscape often seen as a symbol of the failed American Dream. First time director Alma Har'el visits this poetically fruitful terrain and finds there a motley cast, including a bipolar seven-year-old, a lovelorn high school football star, and an octogenarian poet-prophet. Together they make up a triptych of manhood in its decisive m find out more...


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Award wining documentary ‘Song of Ceylon’, is a lyrical beauty, but owes its enduring charm to its anachronistic notions of Empire and Englishness. ‘Bread’ is a slice of realism that looks at hunger in Britain. ‘Beyond This Open Road’ shows the urban populace journeying into the countryside during their weekends away from work; the imagery and utopian aesthetic are reminiscent of the work of Leni Riefenstahl. ‘Coal Face’ is an experiment in realism that focuses on the importance of coal mini find out more...
CHRONOS (1985)

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The film imparts a unique vision of our world - the first non-verbal, non-fiction motion picture filmed in time-lapse photography. Presented as a visual symphony in seven movements, Chronos embarks on an unprecedented cinematic journey across the worlds of natural beauty and manmade monuments, majestically exploring the essence of time as it travels. Chronos is the directorial debut of Ron Fricke, director of Baraka and cinematographer of Koyaanisqatsi find out more...

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The 16 films include Gus Van Sant's 1982 adaptation of a William S. Burroughs short story, The Discipline of DE; Tim Burton's early stop motion animated classic Vincent; George Lucas' USC short Freiheit; Alexander Payne's previously unreleased UCLA graduation short Carmen; D.A. Pennebaker's Duke Ellington scored Daybreak Express; Todd Solondz' NYU short Feelings; along with Oscar winner The Lunch Date by Adam Davidson, Stefan Nadelman's multi-award winning documentary Terminal Bar, Joe Nussbaum' find out more...

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Contains shorts by some of the most important British directors of the past twenty years. Includes: 'Boy and Bicycle' (Ridley Scott); 'Dear Phone', (Peter Greenaway); 'Doodlebug' (Christopher Nolan); 'UK Images' (Martin Parr); 'Gasman' (Lynne Ramsey); 'The Short and Curlies' (Mike Leigh). find out more...