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The collection opens with Len Lye's modernist abstraction ‘Tusalava’, which, heavily influenced by Maori and Aboriginal art, shares an interest in ‘primitive’ cultures that was typical of the Modernist movement of the time. It was almost refused a certificate by the puzzled British Board of Censors who suspected that the dancing abstract shapes might be about sex. Lye's own explanation was that it showed the beginnings of organic life. ‘Crossing the Great Sagrada’, is a lowbrow spoof on travel 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...
KOSMOS (2011)

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Adapted from three stories by Maupassant. 'Le Masque' describes how an old man wears a mask of youth at a dance hall to extend his youthful memories. 'La Maison Tellier', the longest episode, deals with a day's outing for the ladies from a brothel and a brief romance. In 'Le Modéle' the model in question jumps from a window for love of an artist, who then marries her. These three on old age, purity and marriage are shot with a supreme elegance and sympathy and the central tale in particular luxu find out more...

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Francois Girard (Thirty Two Short Stories About Glen Gould) directs this series of vignettes from renaissance Italy thru' the cultural revolution in China to modern day America, all linked by a now fabled red violin. This is a film about obsession and love spanning continents, cultures and centuries. 'The Red Violin' is a beautiful and unusual film.. find out more...

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Six short films by one of the most leftfield directors of modern American cinema, all introduced by the man himself (although don't expect that to make things any clearer!). find out more...

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"Josephine Decker has created a new style of thriller that employs allegory, incorporates touches of David Lynch as well as Magritte -esque imagery. Decker's setting of a remote farm feels like a metaphor for what turns out to be hell. The raw and emotional (and yes, sometimes funny) dialog tells a story that can seem familiar at points but really is meant to keep you guessing and off balance. I really enjoyed how the undertones of this film came to life through her very deft contrast of the find out more...