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Certification12 Our Rating

Bill Hicks has become emblematic as the rebel, post-punk, chain-smoking comedian whose career was so unfortunately cut short by cancer. This top-notch documentary details the life of the man told by those who knew him best.
There's a wealth of material here and photo-animation is imaginatively deployed using stills from his earlier life to recreate poignant moments. Alongside the 102 minute film are loads of extras; 30 minutes of unseen footage, 3 hours of extended interviews, his audio j find out more...
AMY (2015)

Certification15 Our Rating

BEST (2016)

Certification12 Our Rating

He was football's first rock and roll star - a handsome, charismatic Belfast boy who could thrill and excite the crowds with every turn of the ball. But George Best was also the lead in his own Shakespearean tragedy, a flawed genius, brought down by drink, temptation and depression. 

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BUKOWSKI (2003)

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The film traces the extraordinary life of Charles Bukowski from an abusive childhood through decades of poverty and alcoholism; numerous menial jobs and turbulent relationships to his eventual international celebrity as a poet, novelist and underground cult figure. Director John Dullaghan spent seven years researching and conducting dozens of interviews with relatives, neighbours, fellow post office workers, girlfriends and friends like Bono, Sean Penn, Harry Dean Stanton, Barbet Schroeder an find out more...

CAMP 14 (2012)

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Shin Dong-Huyk was born as a political prisoner in a North Korean re-education camp from where no-one leaves alive. Forced to labor in the mines from the age of 6 years he suffered from beatings, torture and permanent hunger, always at the mercy of the wardens and unaware of a life outside the barbed-wire fences. At the age of 23, encouraged by a recently interned work-mate and in order to find out what meat tasted like, he escaped. Staggered by the clothes and freedom he saw that other North find out more...

CRUMB (1995)

Certification18 Our Rating

Robert Crumb, a nerd from a totally dysfunctional family, became, thru' Fritz the Cat, Mr Natural and Keep on Truckin' et al, the leading subversive cartoonist of the '60s underground generation. Here, through interviews with him, family, friends and critics, you can put together a portrait of his personality and be introduced to his work. find out more...

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Jon Nguyen directs this documentary which explores the life and career of renowned film-maker and screenwriter David Lynch. With the aid of extensive interviews with Lynch himself, the film gives an intriguing insight into the director's formative years and recounts some of the experiences which helped shape his later work. While candidly providing a detailed account of some of his early films, Lyn find out more...


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For decades, Diana Vreeland was one of the leading authorities in fashion through eccentric self-taught skill and a bold stylistic audacity. This film guides you through this fashion pioneer's long career from her youth in Paris until she became a leading magazine fashion columnist and editor. In this medium, Vreeland challenged its preconceptions to present a new definition of beauty and vivaciousness where nice clothes were just the beginning for something deeper. Even when that vocation en find out more...


Certification12 Our Rating