Oscar-nominated documentary made in an evangelical children's summer camp. Funny, moving and mainly terrifying.
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A nine-year-old girl's bourgeois childhood is rudely interrupted by her parents' new-found political activism in this smart, warm debut from Julie Gavras.
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This family archive of Super-8 footage is a time capsule of alienation, discovery, racism and belonging.
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A dazzling documentary celebrating the musical world of the Roma, with contributions from doc icon Albert Maysles.
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This big-budget, epic adaptation of Alaa Al Aswany's bestseller is an absorbing, beautiful film that delves into the nitty-gritty of modern Egyptian life.
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An intimate examination of the lives of those people who chose to end their lives by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge in 2004. "deeply moving and disturbing" Time Out
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Abbie Cornish and Heath Ledger star in a fearless portrayal of a young artist whose lust for life and limitless pleasure takes her to the edge.
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Kirby Dick investigates the censorship secrets of the American movie industry.
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David Lynch meets Jacques Tati in a wonderfully surreal black comedy about an office drone relocated to a strange new city.
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A bleak and blackly funny journey through Helsinki starts with a forged 500 Euro note
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Brilliant microbudget comedy about a relationship under strain on a road-trip, naturally funny and almost effortless in its execution.
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8 April 2012
An extension of Ben Rivers’ short film, Two Years At Sea is a long-form portrait of a man named Jake Williams, who lives a life of solitude in the middle of the Scottish Highlands.
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A stunningly photographed and poetically rendered documentary of war-torn Iraq, seen through the eyes of Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds, shorlisted for the Oscars 2007.
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Classic titles still available from ICA Films.
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