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    Cartel Land

    Very few viewers will forget Cartel Land in a hurry. Matthew Heineman follows two vigilantes, one on each side of the USA – Me...

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    Best Of Enemies

    Gore Vidal’s hot-tempered debates with William J. Buckley Jr. at the 1968 American political conventions changed television ne...

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    The Look of Silence

    Oppenheimer returns to screens this month with his follow up documentary The Look of Silence. This time round focussing attentio...

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    Dior and I

    Dior and I is a must see for anyone with a fascination in the visual spectacle of the fashion industry. The film allows you to e...

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    A deeply engaging film about the realities of experiences of abuse for women in Chicago, and the ongoing influence that these ex...

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    Steve James: Hitchcock, Keitel, Renoir and The Direction of Storytelling

    Jean Renoir had an ability to capture the richness and complexity of life in a very artless way, I mean, it’s very artful when...

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What do you like?Most loved
  • Posted 18.10.2012
  • by Kerry McLeod
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by Ali May Tempest by Anthony Fletcher and Rob Curry is a film five years in the m...

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Marathon Boy
  • Posted 13.01.2011
  • by Amber Dobinson
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by Matt Strachan This may be disappointing to a small minority, but Marathon Boy i...

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Interview with Bombay Beach Director Alma Har’El
  • Posted 19.07.2012
  • by Michelle Heighway

Great interview. : )

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