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David D'Arcy

  • An Open Secret

    16-Nov-2014

    Dir: Amy Berg. US. 2014. 100mins
  • I Am Here

    16-Sep-2014

    Dir: Lixin Fan. China. 2014. 88mins
  • Ruth & Alex

    14-Sep-2014

    Dir: Richard Loncraine US. 2014. 92mins
  • Cut Bank

    14-Sep-2014

    Dir: Matt Shakman. US. 2014. 93mins
  • Learning To Drive

    11-Sep-2014

    Dir: Isabel Coixet. US. 2013. 90mins
  • Escobar: Paradise Lost

    10-Sep-2014

    Dir/scr: Andrea di Stefano. France-Belgium-Spain. 2014. 120mins
  • Time Out Of Mind

    9-Sep-2014

    Dir/scr: Oren Moverman. US. 2014. 117mins
  • Atlantic

    8-Sep-2014

    Dir: Jan-Willem van Ewijk. Netherlands-Belgium-Germany-Morocco. 2014. 94mins
  • Pawn Sacrifice

    7-Sep-2014

    Dir: Edward Zwick. US. 2013. 114mins
  • Big Game

    7-Sep-2014

    Dir: Jalmari Helander. Finland-Germany. 2014. 90mins
  • St. Vincent

    6-Sep-2014

    Dir: Theodore Melfi. US. 2014. 102mins
  • Mardan

    5-Sep-2014

    Dir: Batin Ghobadi. Kurdistan. 2014. 110mins
  • 1971

    29-Apr-2014

    Dir: Johanna Hamilton. US. 2014. 80mins
  • Chef

    28-Apr-2014

    Dir/scr: Jon Favreau. US. 2014. 115mins
  • Dior And I

    26-Apr-2014

    Dir: Frederic Tcheng, France, 2014. 90mins
  • The Newburgh Sting

    21-Apr-2014

    Dirs: Kate Davis, David Heilbroner. US. 2014. 87mins
  • Beauty And The Beast 

    15-Feb-2014

    Dir: Christophe Gans. France-Germany. 2014. 112mins
  • 20,000 Days On Earth

    11-Feb-2014

    Dirs: Iain Forsyth, Jane Pollard. UK. 2013. 95mins
  • The Circle

    11-Feb-2014

    Dir: Stefan Haupt. Switzerland. 2014. 102mins
  • Another World

    9-Feb-2014

    Dirs: Rebecca Chaiklin, Fisher Stevens. US. 2014. 87mins
  • Last Hijack

    8-Feb-2014

    Dirs: Femke Wolting, Tommy Pallotta. Netherlands-Ireland-Germany-Belgium. 2014. 83mins
  • Nuoc 2030

    7-Feb-2014

    Dir/scr: Nghiem-Minh Nguyen Vo. Vietnam. 2014. 98mins
  • They Came Together

    27-Jan-2014

    Dir: David Wain. US. 2014. 83mins
  • Little Accidents

    23-Jan-2014

    Dir/scr: Sara Colangelo. US. 2014. 105mins
  • The Skeleton Twins

    20-Jan-2014

    Dir: Craig Johnson. US. 2013. 90mins
  • Happy Valley

    20-Jan-2014

    Dir: Amir Bar-Lev. US. 2013. 98mins
  • God Help The Girl

    19-Jan-2014

    Dir/scr: Stuart Murdoch. UK. 2013. 111mins
  • The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty

    6-Oct-2013

    Dir: Ben Stiller. US. 2013. 114mins
  • Burt’s Buzz 

    13-Sep-2013

    Dir: Jody Shapiro. Canada. 2013. 88mins
  • The Face Of Love

    10-Sep-2013

    Di: Arie Posin. US. 2013. 92mins
  • The Dog

    9-Sep-2013

    Dirs: Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren. US. 2013. 102mins
  • Hateship Loveship

    8-Sep-2013

    Dir: Liza Johnson. US. 2013. 102mins
  • Made In America

    7-Sep-2013

    Dir: Ron Howard. US. 2013. 90mins
  • Triptych

    6-Sep-2013

    Dirs: Robert Lepage, Pedro Pires. Canada. 2013. 90mins
  • Fruitvale Station

    4-May-2013

    Dir/scr: Ryan Coogler. US. 2013. 84mins
  • Trust Me

    1-May-2013

    Dir: Clark Gregg. US. 2013. 90mins
  • The Director

    24-Apr-2013

    Dir: Christina Voros. US-Italy. 2013. 95mins
  • In God We Trust

    23-Apr-2013

    Dirs: Victor Kubicek, Derek Anderson. US. 2012. 82mins
  • The Croods

    15-Feb-2013

    Dir/scr: Kirk DeMicco, Chris Sanders. 2013. US. 90mins
  • Dark Blood

    13-Feb-2013

    Dir: George Sluizer. Netherlands. 2012. 86mins
  • Salma

    10-Feb-2013

    Dir: Kim Longinotto. UK-India. 2013. 90mins
  • Gut Renovation

    10-Feb-2013

    Dir: Su Friedrich. US. 2012. 81mins
  • Fifi Howls From Happiness

    10-Feb-2013

    Dir: Mitra Farahani.  US. 2013. 96mins
  • Lifelong

    10-Feb-2013

    Dir/scr: Asli Ozge. Turkey-Germany. 2013. 102mins
  • Fatal Assistance 

    9-Feb-2013

    Dir: Raoul Peck. France-Haiti-US-Belgium. 2012. 99mins
  • Helio Oiticica

    7-Feb-2013

    Dir: Cesar Oiticica Filho. Brazil. 2012. 94mins
  • jOBS

    26-Jan-2013

    Dir: Joshua Michael Stern. US. 2012. 122mins
  • Austenland

    24-Jan-2013

    Dir: Jerusha Hess. US-UK. 2012. 97mins
  • Sweetwater

    24-Jan-2013

    Dirs:  Logan Miller, Noah Miller. US. 2012. 93mins
  • The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman

    23-Jan-2013

    Dir: Fredrik Bond. US. 2013. 108mins
  • The Way, Way Back

    23-Jan-2013

    Dir: Nat Faxon, Jim Rash. US. 2013. 96mins
  • Afternoon Delight

    22-Jan-2013

    Dir/scr: Jill Soloway. US. 2012. 102mins
  • Stoker

    21-Jan-2013

    Dir: Park Chan-wook. US. 2012. 98mins
  • Manhunt

    21-Jan-2013

    Dir: Greg Barker. US-UK. 2013. 90mins
  • Kill Your Darlings

    19-Jan-2013

    Dir: John Krokidas. US. 2012. 104mins
  • First Cousin Once Removed

    25-Nov-2012

    Dir/scr: Alan Berliner. US. 2012. 78mins
  • The Iran Job

    12-Oct-2012

    Dir: Till Schauder. Germany-Iran-US. 2012. 93mins
  • 90 Minutes

    12-Sep-2012

    Dir/scr: Eva Sørhaug. Norway. 2012. 92mins
  • Mr. Pip

    11-Sep-2012

    Dir: Andrew Adamson. New Zealand. 2012. 130mins
  • Capital

    9-Sep-2012

    Dir: Costa-Gavras. France. 2012. 114mins
  • My Awkward Sexual Adventure

    8-Sep-2012

    Dir: Sean Garrity. Canada. 2012. 98mins
  • Road North

    8-Sep-2012

    Dir: Mika Kaurismaki. Finland. 2012.  110mins
  • Ship Of Theseus

    8-Sep-2012

    Dir/scr: Anand Gandhi. India. 2012. 139mins
  • Gayby

    26-Jun-2012

    Dir/scr: Jonathan Lisecki. US. 2012.  89mins
  • Lola Versus

    27-Apr-2012

    Dir: Daryl Wein. US. 2012. 89mins
  • Knife Fight

    27-Apr-2012

    Dir: Bill Guttentag. US. 2012. 99mins
  • Any Day Now

    25-Apr-2012

    Dir: Travis Fine. US. 2012. 97mins
  • The Giant Mechanical Man 

    24-Apr-2012

    Dir/scr: Lee Kirk. US. 2012. 94mins
  • The Fourth Dimension

    21-Apr-2012

    Dirs: Harmony Korine, Alexey Fedorchenko, Jan Kwiecinski. US-Poland-Russia. 2012. 106mins
  • Yossi

    20-Apr-2012

    Dir. Eytan Fox. Israel. 2012. 83mins
  • Babygirl

    20-Apr-2012

    Dir/scr: Macdara Vallely. Ireland. 2012. 77mins
  • First Winter 

    19-Apr-2012

    Dir/scr: Benjamin Dickinson. US. 2012. 91mins
  • Cherry

    17-Feb-2012

    Dir: Stephen Elliott. US. 2011. 97mins
  • Mommy Is Coming

    16-Feb-2012

    Dir: Cheryl Dunye. US-Germany. 2012 64mins
  • The End of Puberty 

    15-Feb-2012

    Dir/scr: Kimura Shoko. Japan. 2011. 116mins
  • Francine

    13-Feb-2012

    Dirs/scr: Brian M. Cassidy & Melanie Shatzky. US-Canada. 2012. 74mins
  • Marley

    12-Feb-2012

    Dir: Kevin Macdonald. UK-US. 2012. 144mins
  • Slavery By Another Name

    30-Jan-2012

    Dir: Sam Pollard. US. 2011. 87mins
  • Four Suns

    27-Jan-2012

    Dir: Bohan Slama. Czech Republic. 2011. 105mins
  • Detropia

    27-Jan-2012

    Dirs: Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady. USA. 2011. 90mins
  • My Brother The Devil

    25-Jan-2012

    Dir/scr: Sally El Hosaini. UK. 2012. 105mins
  • Teddy Bear 

    25-Jan-2012

    Dir: Mads Matthiesen. Denmark. 2012. 93mins
  • Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry 

    25-Jan-2012

    Dir: Alison Klayman. US-China. 2011. 91mins
  • Bachelorette

    24-Jan-2012

    Dir/scr: Leslye Headland. US. 2011. 94mins
  • The Invisible War

    23-Jan-2012

    Dir/scr: Kirby Dick. US. 2011. 93mins
  • Red Hook Summer

    23-Jan-2012

    Dir: Spike Lee. US. 2012. 130mins
  • How To Survive A Plague

    22-Jan-2012

    Dir: David France. US. 2012. 120mins
  • Robot & Frank

    22-Jan-2012

    Dir: Jake Schreier. US. 2012. 89mins
  • Searching For Sugar Man

    20-Jan-2012

    Dir/scr: Malik Bendjelloul. Sweden-UK. 2011. 85mins
  • The Queen Of Versailles

    20-Jan-2012

    Dir: Lauren Greenfield. US. 2012. 100mins
  • Bunohan

    3-Oct-2011

    Dir/scr:  Dain Said. Malaysia. 2011. 97mins
  • Lovely Molly

    15-Sep-2011

    Dir: Eduardo Sanchez. US. 2011. 99mins
  • The Tall Man 

    14-Sep-2011

    Dir: Tony Krawitz. Australia. 2011. 79mins
  • Livid

    13-Sep-2011

    Dirs: Julien Maury & Alexandre Bustillo, France, 2011.  88mins
  • The Education Of Auma Obama

    12-Sep-2011

    Dir: Branwen Okpako. Germany. 2011. 80mins
  • Pearl Jam Twenty

    12-Sep-2011

    Dir/scr: Cameron Crowe. US. 2011. 120mins
  • Urbanized

    10-Sep-2011

    Dir: Gary Hustwit. US. 2011. 85mins
  • The Island President

    10-Sep-2011

    Dir: Jon Shenk. US. 2011 110mins
  • Omar Killed Me

    9-Sep-2011

    Dir. Roschdy Zem. France. 2011. 85mins
  • Splinters

    27-Apr-2011

    Dir: Adam Pesce. US. 2011. 95mins
  • Artificial Paradises

    26-Apr-2011

    Dir: Yulene Olaizola. Mexico.  2011. 83mins
  • Jesus Henry Christ

    25-Apr-2011

    Dir: Dennis Lee. US. 2011. 91mins
  • The Bleeding House

    25-Apr-2011

    Dir: Philip Gelatt. US. 2011. 86mins
  • Treatment

    22-Apr-2011

    Dirs/scr: Sean Nelson, Steven Schardt. US. 2010. 84mins
  • The Union

    21-Apr-2011

    Dir: Cameron Crowe. US. 2010. 90mins
  • Jess + Moss

    10-Feb-2011

    Dir: Clay Jeter. US. 2011. 82mins
  • Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same

    3-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Madeleine Olnek. US. 2011. 75mins
  • The Catechism Cataclysm

    2-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Todd Rohal. US. 2010. 81mins
  • Pariah

    1-Feb-2011

    Dir: Dee Rees. US. 2010. 84mins
  • On The Ice

    1-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Andrew Okpeaha MacLean. US. 2011. 96mins
  • Homework

    1-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Gavin Wiesen. US. 2010. 84mins
  • Circumstance

    1-Feb-2011

    Dir: Maryam Keshavarz.  US-Iran-Lebanon. 2011. 105mins
  • The Bengali Detective

    31-Jan-2011

    Dir: Philip Cox. UK-India. 2010. 100mins
  • The Black Power Mixtape 1967-75

    31-Jan-2011

    Dir: Goran Hugo Olsson. Sweden. 2011. 93mins
  • Flypaper

    30-Jan-2011

    Dir: Rob Minkoff. US. 2010 85mins
  • Abraxas

    30-Jan-2011

    Dir: Naoki Kato. Japan. 2010. 113mins
  • Life In A Day

    28-Jan-2011

    Dir: Kevin Macdonald. UK. 2011. 90mins
  • I Melt With You

    28-Jan-2011

    Dir: Mark Pellington. US. 2011. 122mins
  • The Convincer

    27-Jan-2011

    Dir: Jill Sprecher. US. 2010. 114mins
  • Little Birds

    27-Jan-2011

    Dir/scr: Elgin James. US. 2011. 94mins
  • Lord Byron

    27-Jan-2011

    Dir: Zack Godshall. US. 2011. 94mins
  • The Oregonian

    26-Jan-2011

    Dir/scr: Calvin Lee Reeder. US. 2010. 81mins
  • Rebirth    

    26-Jan-2011

    Dir: Jim Whitaker. US. 2010. 105mins
  • Margin Call

    25-Jan-2011

    Dir/scr: J. C. Chandor. US. 2010. 109mins
  • HERE   

    25-Jan-2011

    Dir: Braden King. US. 2010. 120mins
  • THE MILL & THE CROSS

    24-Jan-2011

    Dir: Lech Majewski. Poland/Sweden. 2010.  92mins
  • Happy, Happy

    24-Jan-2011

    Dir: Anne Sewitsky. Norway. 2010. 84mins
  • Septien

    23-Jan-2011

    Dir/scr: Michael Tully. US. 2011. 79mins
  • Hobo With A Shotgun

    23-Jan-2011

    Dir: Jason Eisener. Canada. 2011. 86mins
  • The Future

    22-Jan-2011

    Dir: Miranda July. US. 2011. 91mins
  • The Redemption of General Butt Naked

    22-Jan-2011

    Dirs: Eric Strauss & Daniele Anastasion. US. 2011. 84mins
  • The Guard

    21-Jan-2011

    Dir/scr: John Michael McDonagh. Ireland. 2010. 96mins
  • LENNONYC

    24-Sep-2010

    Dir: Michael Epstein. US. 2010. 112mins
  • Genpin

    16-Sep-2010

    Dir. Naomi Kawase. Japan. 2010. 92mins
  • Pink Saris

    14-Sep-2010

    Dir. Kim Longinotto. United Kingdom. 2010. 96mins
  • As If I Am Not There

    13-Sep-2010

    Dir. Juanita Wilson, Ireland-Macedonia-Sweden. 2010. 109mins
  • Conviction

    12-Sep-2010

    Dir: Tony Goldwyn, US. 2010, 106mins
  • The Way

    11-Sep-2010

    Dir/sc: Emilio Estevez. US. 2009. 128mins
  • Katka

    7-Jul-2010

    Dir/scr: Helena Trestikova. Czech Republic. 2010. 90mins
  • Marwencol

    7-Jul-2010

    Dir: Jeff Malmberg. US. 2010. 84mins
  • William Vincent

    27-Apr-2010

    Dir-scr: Jay Anania. US. 2010, 108mins
  • My Trip to Al-Qaeda

    26-Apr-2010

    Dir: Alex Gibney. US. 2010. 86mins
  • Dog Pound

    26-Apr-2010

    Dir: Kim Chapiron. Canada-France. 2009. 88mins
  • Straight Outta L.A.

    25-Apr-2010

    Dir: Ice Cube. US. 2010. 51mins
  • Sons of Perdition

    24-Apr-2010

    Dirs: Tyler Measom, Jennilyn Merten. US. 2010. 85mins
  • Kawasaki’s Rose (Kawasakiho Ruze)

    17-Feb-2010

    Dir: Jan Hrebejk. Czech Republic. 2009. 100mins
  • Nenette

    16-Feb-2010

    Dir: Nicolas Philibert. France. 2010. 70mins.
  • Obselidia

    31-Jan-2010

    Dir/scr. Diane Bell, US, 2009, 96 minutes
  • Animal Kingdom

    31-Jan-2010

    Dir/scr. David Michod, Australia, 2009, 112 minutes.
  • Winter's Bone

    31-Jan-2010

    Dir. Debra Granik, US, 2009. 100 minutes.
  • Abel

    29-Jan-2010

    Dir. Diego Luna, Mexico/USA, 2009, 85 minutes 
  • Enemies Of The People

    29-Jan-2010

    Dirs. Rob Lemkin, Thet Sambath. Cambodia/UK, 2009, 93 minutes
  • It's A Wonderful Afterlife

    28-Jan-2010

    Dir. Gurinder Chadha, UK, 2009.  100 minute
  • Exit Through The Gift Shop

    27-Jan-2010

    Dir. Banksy. UK, 2009. 85 minutes
  • Kick In Iran

    26-Jan-2010

    Dir. Fatima Geza Abdollahyan, Germany, 82 minutes, 2009
  • The Runaways

    26-Jan-2010

    Dir/scr. Floria Sigismondi, USA, 2009, 102 minutes.
  • Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work

    26-Jan-2010

    Dirs. Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg, USA, 2009, 84 minutes.
  • Peepli Live

    25-Jan-2010

    Dir. Anusha Rizvi, India, 2009, 106 minutes
  • The Killer Inside Me

    25-Jan-2010

    Dir. Michael Winterbottom,  USA, 2009, 110 min.
  • Welcome To The Rileys

    25-Jan-2010

    Dir.  Jake Scott, USA, 2009, 110 minutes.
  • Four Lions

    24-Jan-2010

    Dir. Chris Morris, UK, 2009, 94 minutes
  • Splice

    24-Jan-2010

    Dir. Vincenzo Natali, France/Canada, 2009, 100 minutes
  • All That I Love

    23-Jan-2010

    Dir/scr. Jacek Borcuch, Poland, 2009, 95 minutes
  • The Waiting City  

    28-Sep-2009

    Dir/scr. Claire McCarthy. Australia, 2009, 108 minutes
  • The Unloved

    18-Sep-2009

    Dir. Samantha Morton. UK, 2009, 108 minutes
  • Suck

    13-Sep-2009

    Dir/scr. Rob Stefaniuk, Canada, 2009, 90 minutes.
  • Backyard

    11-Sep-2009

    Dir. Carlos Carrera. Mexico. 2009. 122 minutes.
  • My Life In Ruins

    4-May-2009

    Dir. Donald Petrie, Spain/USA, 2009, 95 mins 
  • Tell Tale

    29-Apr-2009

    Dir. Michael Cuesta, US, 2009, 92 min
  • The Girlfriend Experience

    29-Apr-2009

    Dir. Steven Soderbergh, US, 2009, 77 mins
  • Whatever Works

    23-Apr-2009

    Dir/scr. Woody Allen, US, 2009, 92mins
  • Sweetgrass

    11-Feb-2009

    Dir: Lucien Castaing-Taylor. US. 2009. 115mins.
  • Fig Trees

    10-Feb-2009

    Dir/prod/scr. John Greyson. Canada. 2009. 104mins.
  • Absolute Evil

    10-Feb-2009

    Dir: Ulli Lommel. US-Germany. 2009. 80mins.
  • Cherrybomb

    9-Feb-2009

    Dirs: Lisa Barros D’Sa, Glenn Leyburn. UK. 2008. 82mins.
  • All Around Us (Gururi No Koto)

    9-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr: Ryosuke Hashiguchi. Japan. 2009. 140mins.
  • My Suicide

    8-Feb-2009

    Dir: David Lee Miller. US. 2009. 105mins.
  • The Fish Child (El Nino Pez)

    7-Feb-2009

    Dir: Lucia Puenzo.Argentina-Spain-France. 2009. 96mins
  • North (Nord)

    7-Feb-2009

    Dir: Rune Denstad Langlo.Norway. 2009. 78mins.
  • 211: Anna

    26-Jan-2009

    Dirs. Paolo Serbandini and Giovanna Massimetti, Italy, 2008, 89 minutes.
  • White Lightnin'

    26-Jan-2009

    Dir: Dominic Murphy. UK. 2008. 90mins.
  • The Reckoning

    26-Jan-2009

    Dir. Pamela Yates, USA, 2009, 100 minutes
  • The Informers

    22-Jan-2009

    Dir. Gregor Jordan, US, 2008, 98 minutes.
  • Cold Souls

    22-Jan-2009

    Dir/scr. Sophie Barthes, US, 2009, 101 minutes.
  • Amreeka

    21-Jan-2009

    Dir. Cherien Dabis, US/Canada/Kuwait, 2009, 97mins.
  • In The Loop

    20-Jan-2009

    Dir. Armando Iannucci, UK, 2008, 109 minutes.
  • An Education

    20-Jan-2009

    Dir. Lone Scherfig, UK, 2009, 100 minutes
  • When You're Strange

    19-Jan-2009

    Dir.Tom DiCillo. US, 2009, 90 minutes.
  • The September Issue

    18-Jan-2009

    Dir: RJ Cutler. US. 2009. 90mins.
  • Big River Man

    17-Jan-2009

    Dir: John Maringouin. US-UK.2008. 94mins.
  • The Glass House

    17-Jan-2009

    Dir: Hamid Rahmanian.US-Iran. 2008. 92min.
  • The Loss Of A Teardrop Diamond

    12-Sep-2008

    Dir. Jodie Markell, US, 2008, 102 minutes.
  • Lymelife

    11-Sep-2008

    Dir. Derick Martini, US, 2008, 93 minutes
  • What Doesn't Kill You

    10-Sep-2008

    Dir. Brian Goodman, US, 2008, 100 minutes
  • Afterwards

    10-Sep-2008

    Dir. Gilles Bourdos, France/Canada/Germany, 2008, 107 minutes.
  • Every Little Step

    8-Sep-2008

    Dirs. James D. Stern, Adam Del DeoUS. 2008. 96 mins.
  • Adam Resurrected

    8-Sep-2008

    Dir. Paul Schrader. Germany/USA/Israel. 2008. 106 mins.
  • Flash of Genius

    8-Sep-2008

    Dir. Mark Abraham. US. 2007. 119 mins
  • 7-Sep-2008

    Dir. Mark AbrahamUS. 2007. 119 mins.Marc Abraham's debut feature about an inventor battling the Ford Motor Company, which steals and markets Robert Kearns's window-wiper invention, puts new mileage on the David-Goliath model. Sentimental but remarkably compelling, the saga of a little man's victory over a corporate giant will ensure that you'll never see your windshield wipers the same way.
  • Last Stop 174

    6-Sep-2008

    Dir. Bruno Barreto, Brazil, 2007, 110 minutes.
  • Bangkok Dangerous

    3-Sep-2008

  • Swing Vote

    30-Jul-2008

    Dir. Joshua Michael Stern, US, 2008, 120 minutes.
  • Production - Armenia - The apricot revolution

    25-Jul-2008

    For more than a century, Armenia's main export has been its people: men like MGM investor Kirk Kerkorian, who fled oppression and settled in Russia, France and North America. The country of 3.2 million people began post-Soviet independence in the early 1990s in the throes of a devastating earthquake and at war with its neighbours. Local cinema was no match for the evening news.
  • Journey To The Centre of the Earth 3-D (2008)

    30-Jun-2008

    Dir. Eric Brevig, 2008, US, 92 minutes
  • The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian

    13-May-2008

    Dir: Andrew Adamson. 2008. UK/US. 144mins.
  • Finding Amanda

    29-Apr-2008

    Dir/scr. Peter Tolan, US, 2008, 100 minutes
  • The Caller

    29-Apr-2008

    Dir. Richard Ledes, 2008, US, minutes.
  • Lake City

    29-Apr-2008

    Dirs. Perry Moore/Hunter Hill, 2008, US, 92 minutes .
  • Trucker

    29-Apr-2008

    Dir/scr. James Mottern, US, 2008, 90 minutes
  • Love Pain And Vice Versa (Sexo, Dolor Y Vice Versa)

    27-Apr-2008

    Dir. Alfonso Pineda-Ulloa, Mexico, 2008, 86 minutes
  • Paraiso Travel

    27-Apr-2008

    Dir. Simon Brand, Colombia, 2008, 116 minutes.
  • Pathology

    21-Apr-2008

    Dir. Marc Schoelermann, US, 2008, 93 minutes
  • The Children Of Huang Shi

    21-Apr-2008

    Dir. Roger Spottiswoode, 2008, China/Australia/Germany, 125 minutes.
  • Frozen River

    20-Mar-2008

    Dir. Courtney Hunt, US, 2008, 97 minutes
  • Sleepwalking

    18-Mar-2008

    Dir. William Maher, 2008, US, 101 minutes, colour.
  • Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day

    3-Mar-2008

    Dir. Bharat Nalluri, UK, 2008, 92 minutes.
  • Standard Operating Procedure

    12-Feb-2008

    Dir. Errol Morris, USA, 2008, 117minsWhatever the future brings in Iraq, the US role there will always be remembered for the abuse of prisoners documented in the photographs taken by American guards in 2003 at Abu Ghraib prison outside Baghdad. Errol Morris's cold Standard Operating Procedure scrutinizes the pictures and what really happened in interviews with those former guards.Morris's distillation of long talks with young ex-soldiers ...
  • Cherry Blossoms (Kirschblüten - Hanami)

    12-Feb-2008

    Dir: Doris Dorrie, Germany, 2008, 127minsDoris Dorrie's bittersweet film is a story of mourning and the futility of trying to recover something lost. A Bavarian husband who is nearing retirement loses his wife suddenly, and flies to Japan to visit sites that she never had a chance to see while abiding by his strict routine. Distanced from his own children, Rudi (Wepper) is led to Mount Fuji by an oddly angelic Japanese girl.Cherry Blossoms ...
  • Love And Other Crimes (Liebe und andere Verbrechen)

    11-Feb-2008

    Dir. Stefan Arsenijevic, Ger/Serb/Aust/Slovenia 2008, 105minsIn Love and Other Crimes, Anica (Dobra) is a woman approaching middle age who decides to leave her dreary high-rise Belgrade suburb with the money that she plans to steal from a solarium run by an older mobster (Stojanovic) who is her boss and lover. The film takes place in the course of a single day, during which the mass of faceless housing blocks reveals its ugliness and quirks, as well as its ...
  • The Spiderwick Chronicles

    11-Feb-2008

    Dir: Mark Waters, 2008, USIn The Spiderwick Chronicles the Grace family find trouble when they move into their creaky New England home - and it isn't trouble with the mortgage. The house smells strange and creatures are heard moving behind the walls.Mark Waters's film is the adaptation of the popular book series by written by Holly Black and illustrated by Tony DiTerlizzi. The Spiderwick books are not a Harry Potter franchise, ...
  • Chiko

    10-Feb-2008

    Dir. Ozgur Yildirim. Germany, 2008, 92 minutes.
  • Pretty Bird

    6-Feb-2008

    Dir: Paul Schneider, US, 2008, 97mins.The perennial story of Americans trying to get rich quick on a new invention meets the perennial story of Americans betraying each other over property in Pretty Bird. The look, and feel, of the film sing an ode to American kitsch.Pretty Bird's success in the US box office will depend on the draw of its two stars - slick handsome Billy Crudup, as a confidence man determined to peddle a new product, ...
  • Anywhere USA

    5-Feb-2008

    Dir. Chusy Haney-Jardine, USA, 2008, 124minsThe portentously titled Anywhere USA is a triptych of Americana by debut writer/director Chusy Haney-Jardine - a trailer-trash farce, an uncle/niece meditation on the death of parents, and a clumsy satire on racial anxiety among the rich and White.
  • Untraceable

    1-Feb-2008

    Dir. Gregory Hoblit, US, 2008, 100 minsNeither terrifying nor inspiring, Untraceable is still a curious portrait of a society that struggles to police itself, under siege from one of its own children. The much-feared 'enemy within' that Cold Warriors railed about is now sitting at his basement computer and playing with his chemistry set. It's an odd fit in the marketplace, a boiler-plate Jodie Foster tough-girl story (a Silence of the Lambs, several ...
  • Bottle Shock

    30-Jan-2008

    Dir. Randall Miller. US, 2008,112minsBottle Shock is a dramatization of a California winery's rise from obscurity to victory over French wines in a blind-tasting competition in France in 1973. It is based on a true story, and produced by friendly souls from the winemaking region North of San Francisco. The only thing that differentiates this 'movie' from an infomercial is its unbearable feature length. ...
  • Nerakhoon (The Betrayal)

    30-Jan-2008

    Dir: Ellen Kuras and Thavisouk Phrasavath, US, 2008, 87mins.Even by the standards of independent documentaries, Ellen Kuras's Nerakhoon is the ne plus ultra of ultra-marathons. For her directorial debut, the cinematographer spent 23 years with the family of her co-director, Thavisook Phrasavath (Tavi), as Laotions settled in New York City and adjusted uncomfortably into a new culture after being ousted ...
  • The Visitor

    29-Jan-2008

    Dir/scr: Thomas McCarthy. US. 2007, 102mins
  • Baghead

    29-Jan-2008

    Dir. Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass. USA, 2008, 84 minsIn this their second feature, the Duplass brothers have made a wildly funny parody of low-budget horror cinema, and created a bag-headed monster that has a no-budget franchise written all over it. Baghead should go right to the young audience that made a hit out of The Blair Witch Project, which it mocks shamelessly. Its satire seems likely to draw repeat viewings in theatres and ...
  • Donkey Punch (2007)

    28-Jan-2008

    Dir. Olly Blackburn, 2007, UK, 90 minutesDonkey Punch, in young male slang, is a term for a hard blow to the back of the neck during sex, which produces a clench that gives pleasure to at least one person in a couple. This act kills a vacationing girl from Leeds during on orgy onboard a yacht in newcomer Olly Blackburn's thriller, and triggers a desperate scramble to hide any evidence.
  • The Mysteries Of Pittsburgh

    25-Jan-2008

    Dir: Rawson Marshall Thurber. US. 2008. 95minsPittsburgh in 1983 is the setting of this coming of age based on Michael Chabon's novel about a young man, entangled in affairs, breaks free from the rule of his mafia-boss father in the first summer of his adult life. A genre that's as common as snow at Sundance, The Mysteries Of Pittsburgh may draw Chabon's many readers to the box office but the smothering adaptation is likely to disappoint them. Stars ...
  • Henry Poole Is Here

    25-Jan-2008

    Dir: Mark Pellington. US. 2008. 100minsThe skeptical notion that ‘believing is seeing’ is put to rest in Henry Poole Is Here, a new twist on magic realism directed by Mark Pellington. Backyard miracles transform the life of a man who retreats from the world into a dull California suburb after a grim medical prognosis.
  • Death In Love

    24-Jan-2008

    Dir: Boaz Yakin. 2008. US. 100min Boaz Yakin's dark drama is about the legacy of pain. We enter it through a smooth-talking scammer in Manhattan whose mother survived the ...
  • Where In The World Is Osama Bin Laden'

    23-Jan-2008

    Dir: Morgan Spurlock. US. 2008. 93minsIn Where In The World Is Osama Bin Laden', Morgan Spurlock super-sizes the scope of the one-man quest for truth and goes global, searching around the Middle East for the Al Qaeda leader with a $25 million price on his head. After sitting down with lots of friendly people everywhere he goes, and a few nasty extremists, Spurlock is optimistic. He finds friendship and some real laughs, but the mastermind of the 9/11
  • August

    22-Jan-2008

    Dir: Austin Chick. US. 2007. 88mins
  • Ballast

    21-Jan-2008

    Dir-scr: Lance Hammer. US. 2008. 96mins.Ballast reminds us that you can find poetry ...
  • Good Dick

    21-Jan-2008

    Dir: Marianna Palka. US. 2008. 85mins.
  • In Bruges

    18-Jan-2008

    Dir. Martin McDonagh, UK/Belgium, 107mins
  • Sweeney Todd

    4-Dec-2007

    Dir. Tim Burton, US, 2007, 105mins
  • There Will Be Blood

    19-Nov-2007

    Dir: Paul Thomas Anderson US, 2007. 158minsThere Will Be Blood is a vivid, sprawling parable about greed and moral corrosion. Set in the majestic American Southwest circa 1900, Paul Thomas Anderson's film will ride to the box-office largely on Daniel Day Lewis's volcanic performance as Daniel Plainview, the monstrous rags-to-riches oil-man. The film's title foretells a trail of bodies and damaged souls in the revaged landscape, quoting the ...
  • Beowulf

    14-Nov-2007

    Dir: Robert Zemeckis. US. 2007. 114mins.
  • Southland Tales

    31-Oct-2007

    Dir: Richard Kelly, USA, 2007, 144minsSouthland Tales, re-cut since its world premiere at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, is apocalyptic vaudeville, as politicians, cops, Iraq veterans porn stars and an amnesiac actor scramble to fulfil or forestall conspiracies in Los Angeles, culminating in a world-ending Fourth of July. It's an incoherent cataclysmic comedy, and often a wildly funny one.
  • Dan In Real Life

    22-Oct-2007

    Dir. Peter Hedges, USA, 2007, 99 minutes, colour, 35 mm.Dan in Real Life takes on a familiar character, the seemingly omniscient newspaper advice-giver (Steve Carell), whose family life as a widower with three daughters doesn't measure up to the wisdom of his daily columns. Dan's love life is even more of a mess in Peter Hedges's new comedy, which plods through heavy doses of sincerity to get a few laughs. Yet the dysfunction of three generations ...
  • Battle for Haditha

    1-Oct-2007

    Dir. Nick Broomfield . United Kingdom, 2007. 94 minsBattle for Haditha dramatises one of the most notorious atrocities of the Iraq War, the alleged massacre of 24 Iraqis by American marines in the city of Haditha on November 19, 2005 , for which five marines stand trial at Camp ...
  • Feast Of Love

    25-Sep-2007

    Dir. Robert Benton, US 2007. 102 mins.Feast of Love weaves its way through the frustrated loves of couples in Portland Oregon who don't have much else to do besides reflect on what they have won and lost in romance. Robert Benton's adaptation of Charles Baxter's 2000 novel coats the original with a honeyed sentimentality, without deepening the drama that was already on the page.
  • Encounters at the End of the World

    24-Sep-2007

    Dir. Werner Herzog, US, 2007, 99 mins
  • Man From Plains

    21-Sep-2007

    Dir. Jonathan Demme. US 2007. 125 mins.Man from Plains follows the former US president Jimmy Carter from his sprawling family peanut farm in southern Georgia to a national book tour on which the earnest man who brokered the Camp David Accords defends his controversial view that Israel imposes rules akin to apartheid on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza.Jimmy Carter is hardly an electoral hero these days, ...
  • Stuck

    18-Sep-2007

    Dir. Stuart Gordon, Canada/US, 2007, 94 mins.Stuck's protagonist is a homeless man who, for most of the film, is pinned on the bonnet of a car with half of his body extending through the smashed windshield into the front seat. The car's young driver tries to hide the evidence of the bloody accident while the victim is still alive and begging for help. Laced with laughs from its improbability, this is a grotesque moral tale. Clever and far more than competent, ...
  • The Kingdom

    18-Sep-2007

    Dir. Peter Berg. US, 110 mins.The Kingdom , about terror against Americans in Saudi Arabia, will confirm some of the worst American prejudices about the Middle East - that most Arabs there hate the US, and that America could eliminate threats there if bureaucrats got out of the way and if a few good men (and a woman) went in with the gloves off and guns ablaze. You can guess who comes out on top in this action movie.Jamie Foxx ...
  • New York City Serenade

    17-Sep-2007

    Dir. Frank Whaley. US 2007. 103 mins.The title of New York City Serenade and an opening aerial skyline shot would lead you to believe that the film is an ode to New York . It's really an ode to friendship with a friend who gets you to the wrong places to drink too much and chase the wrong girls. Frank Whaley's comedy about the perils of perpetual adolescence is inspired by the British comedy Withnail ...
  • Mongol

    12-Sep-2007

    Dir: Sergei Bodrov Germany/Russia/Kazakhstan/Mongolia. 2007. 120 mins.
  • Juno

    12-Sep-2007

    Dir. Jason Reitman, US, 2007, 96 minutes, colour, 35 mm.
  • Captain Mike Across America

    9-Sep-2007

    Dir: Michael Moore. US. 97 mins.Move over, Meatloaf. Michael Moore is a rock star, or at least he was for a short season, in an autumn 2004 US tour to exhort non-voting young Americans to register and cast ballots for the Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry. Captain Mike Across America chronicles that tour. More Moore will be welcomed ...
  • Before the Devil Knows You're Dead

    7-Sep-2007

    Dir: Sidney Lumet, 2007 , US , 123mins.Sidney Lumet is back on familiar territory with this caper gone awry. This time it's a plot by two desperate adult brothers, Andy and Hank (Philip Seymour Hoffman and Ethan Hawke), to rob their parents' suburban jewellery store, which ends up killing their mother (Rosemary Harris). As the truth emerges in overlapping flashbacks, we get a portrait of two failed sons, mired in debt, drugs ...
  • The Nanny Diaries

    21-Aug-2007

    Dir. Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, US, 105 minutes, colour, 35 mm.In The Nanny Diaries, adapted from the best-selling picaresque roman a clef about tending to the offspring of New York's elite, Scarlett Johansson plays a would-be anthropology student immersed in a foreign culture as a nanny to a Fifth ...
  • Death At A Funeral

    18-Jul-2007

    Dir. Frank Oz. UK. 2007. 90mins.Death At A Funeral reprises the old formula of assembling a raucous ensemble comedy from the mourners at a respectable upper middle-class funeral that comes unwound. Dysfunction becomes delirium, fuelled here by hallucinogens and the dead man's gay lover, a dwarf. The bawdy farce then turns wholesome, offering some well-meaning lessons about tolerance.
  • Hairspray

    12-Jul-2007

    Dir. Adam Shankman. US. 107mins.As an adaptation of an adaptation, Hairspray beats the odds against turning a musical based on a film into a credible movie, with a punchy cast that delivers the musical numbers without sacrificing the comedy. The score also ups the ante with new numbers added to the songs in the stage version.
  • Evening

    18-Jun-2007

    Dir. Lajos Koltai. US. 2007. 117mins.In Evening, director Lajos Koltai makes his English-language feature debut with an earnest adaptation of Susan Minot's successful novel about a dying woman looking back at the love of her youth. With a dream-team cast of actresses - Vanessa Redgrave, Clare Danes, Meryl Streep, Natascha Richardson, Toni Collette, Mamie Gummer, and Glenn Close - Evening will draw on the always-underserved women's audience in the US ...
  • Georgia Rule

    13-May-2007

    Dir: Garry Marshall. US. 2007. 111mins.Georgia Rule is a comedy about women that comes with stars and a mighty promise -that honesty and humor can heal the most bitter rifts that fray mother-daughter bonds over three generations.
  • We Are Together (Thina Simunye)

    8-May-2007

    Dir. Paul Taylor. UK. 2006. 86minsThe young singers in We Are Together (Thina Simunye) are some of the estimated 1.2m orphans in South Africa today, most of whom lost their parents to AIDS-related illnesses. The motivational documentary by Paul Taylor observed them singing and struggling over three years.
  • Watching The Detectives

    6-May-2007

    Dir: Paul Soter. US. 2007. 91mins. Watching The Detectives, Paul Soter's feature debut, is intended to be a cinephile's movie, a geek cinephile's movie, where the hapless proprietor of video store and slacker haven is seduced by a femme fatale who walks in off the street. The tale than unfolds from there is every film nerd's unfulfilled dream.
  • The Air I Breathe

    6-May-2007

    Dir: Jieho Lee. US. 2007. 97mins.In his debut feature, The Air I Breathe, Jieho Lee turns a Chinese proverb into a story that explores the interlocking fates of four characters, all of whom all are trapped in the grip, literally, of a violent gangster boss called Fingers.
  • The Grand

    6-May-2007

    Dir: Zak Penn. US. 2006. 95minsIf you hesitated to believe that gambling casinos were a magnet for misfits, The Grand, an improvised ensemble comedy set at a high-stakes poker tournament in Las Vegas, will confirm that impression. Zak Penn's new film is a high-stakes vaudeville Love Boat with more stars than a Global Warming benefit.
  • Beyond Belief

    4-May-2007

    Dir: Beth Murphy. US. 2007. 98mins.Beyond Belief follows two 9/11 widows outside Boston as they rebuild their families. The women move beyond grief and beyond their own experience to start a charity to help the thousands of Afghan women whose hardships from decades of war and discrimination is barely know to most Americans. The documentary is a motivational tale about turning a misfortune into an opportunity for empathy and healing.
  • Live!

    3-May-2007

    Dir: Bill Guttentag. US. 2007. 96mins.Bill Guttentag's hilarious satire of reality/game show media culture, Live! takes its subject to the wall with a live televised Russian Roulette competition. Presented as a The Making Of story, Live! also attacks the ghoulish opportunism of independent documentaries.
  • Smiley Face

    3-May-2007

    Dir: Gregg Araki. US. 2007. 87mins.Smiley Face opens as a would-be LA actress's pot-induced journey stumbles to an end, with blonde stoner Jane (Anna Faris) reflecting on the binge that, as the omniscient narrator (Roscoe Lee Browne) puts it, took a young woman 'from point A to point Z.'
  • The Power Of The Game

    2-May-2007

    Dir: Michael Apted. 2007. UK. 70mins. Michael Apted's new documentary, The Power Of The Game, is a film with a thesis: how football creates a global bond among countries. It also serves as an illuminating reflection of internal tensions within each country that plays the sport, even the United States. It's not a new observation, but it is one that Apted (best known for the The 7 Up series) has leavened with interviews with players and organisers from ...
  • The Cake Eaters

    2-May-2007

    Dir: Mary Stuart Masterson. 2007. US. 95mins. Mary Masterson's directorial debut, The Cake Eaters, is a drama in a rainy small town about two families coming to terms with death and misfortune, counterpointed with a young couple tasting love for the first time.
  • The Gates

    2-May-2007

    Dirs: Albert Maysles, Antonio Ferrera. US. 2007. 100mins. The Gates takes its name from the 2005 project in which the artists Christo and Jean-Claude lined the paths of Central Park in Manhattan with orange portals draped with orange fabric. The event, which drew thousands of tourists to the park in February of that year, is ably filmed by the artists' friend and collaborator, Albert Maysles (Gimme Shelter, Grey Gardens).
  • Nobel Son

    29-Apr-2007

    Dir: Randall Miller. US. 2007. 107mins.A twist on the father-son conflict, and on the hostage drama, Nobel Son brings gore and some surprising humour to the dysfunctional family potboiler as it skewers academic propriety. The gag-filled comedy, which flaunts its quirkiness and improbable situations, could draw on the audience for Alan Rickman and Danny DeVito, and on the growing public for seductive Eliza Dushku.
  • Taxi To The Dark Side

    29-Apr-2007

    Dir. Alex Gibney. US. 108mins.Taxi To The Dark Side is a troubling look into torture practiced by the US military, beginning with the beating and murder in December 2003 of an Afghan taxi driver in the wrong place at the wrong time, and ending with a probe into how torture became US policy.
  • Dark Matter

    28-Feb-2007

    Dir. Chen Shi-Zheng. 2007. US. 88mins
  • Madonnas

    21-Feb-2007

    Dir/scr Maria Speth. 2007. Ger. 100mins.
  • Alice's House

    21-Feb-2007

    Dir. Chico Teixeira. Braz. 2007. 90mins.
  • Poor Boy's Game

    20-Feb-2007

    Dir: Clement Virgo. Can. 2007. 104mins.
  • Bordertown

    17-Feb-2007

    Dir/scr: Gregory Nava. US. 2007. 112mins.
  • The Walker

    14-Feb-2007

    Dir. Paul Schrader, USA, 2007, English, 107 minutes, colour.Writer/director Paul Schrader has built The Walker around a gay man of style and superficiality (Woody Harrelson) who escorts rich Washington women to lunch and to the cultural events that their powerful husbands scorn. When a friend's lobbyist lover ...
  • When A Man Falls In The Forest

    13-Feb-2007

    Dir. Ryan Eslinger, USA, English, 90 minutes, colour.When a Man Falls In The Forest stars Sharon Stone and Timothy Hutton as middle-aged victims of monotony in their marriage and their work. Yet the real victim of monotony in Ryan Eslinger's second feature is the audience. The dull drama, developed at Sundance Institute labs, will face a challenge ...
  • The Home Song Stories

    11-Feb-2007

    Dir. Tony Ayres, Australia, 2007, 103 min.,With immigration dominating the headlines in Australia as well as in Europe and the US, The Home Song Stories is a period film that gives a twist on current news - a lively melodrama about a roll-with-the-punches beauty whose long march through marriages and crises in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Melbourne, ...
  • The Tracey Fragments

    11-Feb-2007

    Dir: Bruce McDonald. Canada. 2007. 80mins.Canadian Bruce McDonald has moved in a new direction, forsaking gonzo humour for multi-image experimentation in this first-person portrait of an angry persecuted teenager that lurches between tactile realism and fantasy. McDonald (Road Kill, Highway 61, Hard Core Logo) will move beyond his core of fans and into a younger crowd ...
  • Tuya's Marriage (Tu Ya De Hun Shi)

    10-Feb-2007

    Dir: Wang Quan'an. China. 2007. 92mins.Tuya's Marriage is a clever and witty tale of a practical woman searching for a reliable man in a remote part of China in the throes of growing pains. Director and co-writer Wang Quan'an reminds us in his third feature that this quest is as thankless in Inner Mongolia as it is anywhere else. Funny, tender, ...
  • Chapter 27

    3-Feb-2007

    Dir/Writer: Jarrett Schaefer. 100 minutes. US.Pointless and confusingly acted by a purposely hefty Jared Leto, this self-indulgent portrait of an insane Mark David Chapman in the three days before he assassinated John Lennon lacks insight or drama. Lindsay Lohan's supporting role as an excitable Lennon fan who befriends Chapman is fine for what it is but is no reason to see the otherwise-dreary undertaking.
  • Interview

    1-Feb-2007

    Dir: Steve Buscemi. US. 2007. 86 mins.Interview, Steve Buscemi's American adaptation of the 2003 Theo van Gogh film of the same name, offers a polished but tamer version of the original, coming at its subject without van Gogh's rough raunchy edges. Yet the performances, especially Sienna Miller's, are an asset to this picture. So is marketability ...
  • Snow Angels

    29-Jan-2007

    Dir. David Gordon Green. US. 2007. 106mins.
  • Padre Nuestro

    29-Jan-2007

    Dir. Christopher Zalla. US. 2007. 105mins.The issue of illegal immigration from Mexico goes beyond the epithets in Padre Nuestro, the tale of a son crossing a border from one squalid place to another to find the father whom he's never met. The twist in this grippingly realistic drama is that en route, the son's property and identity are stolen by a young impostor who sets out after the unsuspecting immigrant father. It's identity theft, the old-fashioned way. ...
  • My Kid Could Paint That

    26-Jan-2007

    Dir. Amir Bar-Lev. US. 2007. 81mins.My Kid Could Paint That addresses the sceptical notion that has dogged painting ever since art ceased to depict a pure likeness of its subject - that abstract art often looks like it could have been painted by a child. Amir Bar-Lev's documentary then zooms in on abstract paintings that are said to be the work of Marla Olmstead, an adorable untaught four-year-old girl in Binghamton New York, whose huge canvases brought ...
  • Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten

    25-Jan-2007

    Dir: Julien Temple. Ire-UK. 2007. 123minsJulien Temple is the film chronicler of British punk music, first with The Great Rock And Roll Swindle (1979) and twenty years later with the much more accomplished The Filth And The Fury (1999). Temple is still on the upswing with Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten, an admiring yet thorough documentary homage to the founder of The Clash, who died in 2002 at the age of 50.
  • Zoo

    21-Jan-2007

    Dir: Robinson Devor. US. 2007. 80mins.The much-awaited Zoo will draw enviable publicity (already evident at Sundance, where it premiered) because of the salacious nature of the story that inspired the film: the death from a perforated colon of a man who had sex with a horse in 2005 at a gathering of like-minded animal-lovers in Enumclaw, near Seattle.
  • Chicago 10

    19-Jan-2007

    Dir: Brett Morgen. US. 2007. 103mins.The opening film at this year's Sundance, Chicago 10 revisits the violently suppressed anti-war demonstrations during the 1968 Democratic National Convention and the prosecution a year later of the colorful leaders who brought irreverent theatricality to political protest.

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