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Certification15 Our Rating

A young filmmaker attempts to understand his life by recording it on film, only to have his experiment turn into an alienating, voyeuristic obsession. One of the neglected milestones in contemporary film history, this legendary independent classic captures the state of mind and the state of the art in late 1960s America. find out more...

CertificationE Our Rating

From the same director-brothers who made Gimme Shelter comes this poignant character study of the Bouvier Beales. It's a film that owes much to Frederick Wiseman's style of unobtrusive observation; the brothers' patiently let the camera roll giving the scenes to breathe and flourish. The interplay between the two women is the real draw here, punctuated by performances for the benefit of the film makers, rich in quotable insights. It's appeal is such that it has spawned a hit broadway show as wel find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Fifteen years ago, director Bradley Beesley began filming the exploits and performances of neighbour Wayne Coyne and his experimental, post-punk rock band The Flaming Lips in their hometown of Oklahoma City. More than a decade later, after sorting through 400 hours of tape representing fame and failure, break-ups and breakdowns, love and loss, 11 albums and a Grammy award, Fearless Freaks was born. A fascinating, intimate, exhaustive and ultimately mesmerising journey of an iconic band. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

San Francisco, 1976. Marty's homage to the music of the 60s era features the now legendary The Band's farewell gig complete with many leading contemperanous musicians. The film contains both musical footage and interviews with the leading players and is both a memorial and tribute to an era. find out more...