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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...


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Seventies costumes are abundant in this celebration of the ultimate kitsch band. There's loosely a plot in amongst the concert footage. This consists of a deejay chasing the band through their Australian tour. Not exactly thick with storyline, it is however, done with self-depreciating humour and a dabble of panache. find out more...

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Al Gore finds life after the politically crushing embarrassment that was his tenure as vice president and, frankly, it's unlikely he will experience another point as high as his achievement in this profound, engaging and, mercifully, clear documentary on the consequences of our complacent greed. That ‘An Inconvenient Truth' provides little in the way of true revelations pertaining to the earth's (humanity's) looming ecological demise, and ignores some of the more profound problems of trapped car find out more...

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In 2002 three skinheads beat a young gay man, Francois Chenu, unconscious and threw his body into a lake, where he drowned. The killers were quickly caught and the case gained both national and international notoriety. This documentary deals with the ordeal of Francois' family, their horror, anger, grief and, ultimately, forgiveness. Beyond Hatred is a powerful, moving and thought provoking tale, though like the recent Parisian riots and films such as ‘La Haine' it highlights a nation at serious find out more...
BURMA VJ (2008)

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'Burma VJ' is an amazing collection of footage shot by Democratic Action for Burma activists as the 2007 popular attempted up-rising against the evil military junta took place and is both about the demonstrations and, more succinctly, about the brave Burman reporters who filmed them and transmitted the footage to the outside world. The resultant edit by Danish film-maker Anders Ostergaard has won more awards than you've had hot pies. Must watch stuff. find out more...

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Following Cobain from his earliest years in Aberdeen, WA, through the height of his fame, a visceral and detailed cinematic insight of an artist at odds with his surrou find out more...


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An Egyptian-American reporter 'embedded' with Al Jazeera, the Arab world's most popular news outlet, gives a fascinating insight into their coverage of the Iraq War and the personalties who made it, as well as face to face chats with American liasion officers and other members of the press corps. Roundly criticized by Cabinet members and Pentagon officials, eventually bombed for failing to follow the American line and strongly condemned for frequently airing civilian causalities as well as foota find out more...

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Filip Remunda and Vit Klusak are film students who hit on the genius plan to create a fictitious hyper market that sells everything for a bargain, and in doing so outline peoples gullibility and predilection towards capitalist consumerism. What these two slightly naïve young men hadn't expected was the immense turn out for their non existent shop and the murderous wrath their ‘hoax' induced in the expectant consumer, a post communist people who'd embraced consumerism to their bosom like a long l find out more...

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While the Americans were trying to reach the moon the economically and politically suffering British had found a new sort of hero, long distance yachters. The Sunday Times put up a prize for the person who could make the fastest non-stop solo circumnavigation of the globe, a feat thought beyond the endurance of man or machine and so it proved for all but one of the Kiplingesque adventurers who stepped into the breech. This remarkable documentary, from the team that brought us Touching The Voi find out more...