Films

  • Joshua Oppenheimer, The Act of Killing, 2012

    The Act of Killing (Director's Cut)

    28 Jun 201327 Apr 2014

    In this BAFTA Award winning documentary, the unrepentant former members of Indonesian death squads are challenged to re-enact some of their many murders in the style of the American movies they love.

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  • Xavier Dolan, Tom at the Farm, 2013

    Tom at the Farm

    4 Apr 201420 Apr 2014

    Xavier Dolan (Heartbeats) follows up last year’s romantic Laurence Anyways with an altogether darker fourth feature, directing himself as Tom, a young gay man who attends the funeral of his lover and is shocked to discover that the man’s family has no idea who he is or how he is connected to the deceased.

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  • Bruno Barreto, Reaching for the Moon, 2013

    Reaching for the Moon

    18 Apr 201424 Apr 2014

    Academy Award nominated filmmaker Bruno Barreto returns with a sophisticated tale of an unlikely romance between two extraordinary artists, set against the backdrop of political upheaval and a clash of cultures.

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  • Her, Dir Spike Jonze, 2013

    Her

    14 Mar 201420 Apr 2014

    In a near-future Los Angeles, hi-tech, utopian living is the norm and only emotional intimacy seems lacking – at least for Theodore (Joaquin Phoenix), an affable ex-journalist now writing syrupy ‘personalised’ letters for those who don’t have the skills.

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  • Yoshitaro Nomura, The Shadow Within, 1970

    Yoshitaro Nomura Film Season: The Shadow Within

    20 Apr 2014

    Adapted from a 1961 Matsumoto story, The Shadow Within is a sometimes lurid psychological drama about an emasculated husband, Yukio, and an affair with a childhood friend.

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  • Claudia Weill, Girlfriends, 1978

    Girlfriends

    18 Apr 201424 Apr 2014

    Almost 40 years before Girls and Frances Ha made a phenomenon out of a brand of New York neurosis that is distinctly female, debut director Claudia Weill wrote and directed this woefully neglected gem about Susan, a struggling photographer who is forced to fend for herself when her roommate Anne decides to get married.

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  • Jonathan Glazer, Under the Skin, 2013

    Under the Skin

    28 Mar 201422 Apr 2014

    In Jonathan Glazer's (Sexy Beast, Birth) eerie and visually compelling sci-fi horror, a coolly striking brunette (Scarlett Johansson) drives a battered old van around Scotland seducing unremarkable men, whom she then despatches in a nightmarishly bizarre manner.

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  • Věra Chytilová, Daisies, 1966

    Daisies

    18 Apr 201423 Apr 2014

    A satirical, wild and irreverent story of rebellion, Věra Chytilová’s classic of surrealist cinema is perhaps also the most adventurous and anarchic Czech movie of the 1960s.

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  • Luke Dodd and Michael Whyte, Looking for Light: Jane Bown, 2014

    Looking for Light: Jane Bown

    22 Apr 20148 May 2014

    Photographer Jane Bown has worked for the Observer for an extraordinary (and unrivalled) 65 years, making unforgettable images of hundreds of subjects – from Jayne Mansfield to the Queen, from John Lennon to Orson Welles.

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  • Yoshitaro Nomura, The Castle of Sand, 1974

    Yoshitaro Nomura Film Season: The Castle of Sand

    22 Apr 2014

    The film for which Nomura will be forever most associated, The Castle of Sand is a sprawling, twisting police procedural that criss-crosses rural Japan and uncovers a tragic story of anger and discrimination, in search of the solution to a murder mystery.

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