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(1974)

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Explores the creative process of Nick Cave and his band as the singer struggles with an unspoken personal tragedy. 

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The Interrupters, all former gang members, bring 500 years of prison time to the table. As members of the experimental anti-violence programme CeaseFire, they aim to intervene in conflicts before they explode into violence. At their heart is Ameena Matthews, an ex-gang enforcer and daughter of a notorious gang leader who launches herself into the middle of erupting conflicts, using her rhetorical gifts to cool the h find out more...

WEINER (2016)

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Many politicians have seen their careers careen off the tracks, but few instances have been captured so completely on film as the incisive and painfully funny Weiner. With unprecedented access to Anthony Weiner, his family, and his campaign team as they mount his New York City mayoral campaign, the film documents the impending political meltdown of epic proportions. What b find out more...

09/11/10 (2002)

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By now most of us probably think we've seen and heard enough about the events of the 11th September 2001, it has rarely been out of the news and many of us watched the tragedy unfold live on our television screens. That said, this documentary is unique in it's access to the attack on the World Trade Centres. That day, two brothers, Jules and Gedeon Naudet were filming a documentary about a rookie firefighter in a New York firestation located close to what we know now of as 'ground zero', they we find out more...

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A hit and miss affair which flits frantically from pretention to mildly diverting and back again. 1 Giant Leap is a new take on the Baraka/Koyaanisqatsi kind of film, showing 'highlights' of life on earth, lobbing in some philosophy and popular culture to keep the Red Bull generation interested. Highlights include the ever-sharp insights of Kurt Vonnegut, dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson and some truly inspired visuals. The downside is the same as with most of these macroscopic attempts to show the find out more...

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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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