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Querelle

Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s Querelle sees a handsome Belgian sailor arriving in Brest where he quickly gets involved in murder, theft, drugs and sex with both genders. More…

Querelle
The Color Purple

We remember the saying ‘The more things change, the more they stay the same’ as Venky looks back on this classic Steven Spielberg film from 1985, The Color Purple. More…

The Color Purple
Empire Of The Sun

Steven Spielberg’s ‘death of innocence’ film is the story of a British boy brought up in China during World War II and living in a state of cultural confusion. More…

Empire Of The Sun
Meet Joe Black

Based on the 1934 movie Death Takes A Holiday, Death arrives in the form of Joe Black to make a bargain with a man who wants what we want in the end – a little more time. More…

Meet Joe Black
Stigmata

Stigmata offers glimpses into how a powerful organisation like the Vatican has always sought to control the flow of information for the sake of maintaining that power. More…

Stigmata
The Seventh Sign

Demi Moore, Michael Biehn and Jürgen Prochnow star in this 1988 supernatural thriller which sees a mysterious stranger whose arrival coincides with signs of the apocalypse. More…

The Seventh Sign
Lost Souls

If religion is true, then could God’s adversary – the Devil, really be waiting for his moment? We take a closer look at the millennium supernatural thriller, Lost Souls. More…

Lost Souls
Ratcatcher

Kyle brings us a closer look at Lynne Ramsay’s debut feature, Ratcatcher, a film set during the dustbin men strikes of 1973 and focusing on the story of a 12-year old boy. More…

Ratcatcher
Kes

In Ken Loach’s adaptation of Barry Hines’ novel A Kestrel for a Knave, a young boy is caught between those awkward years when he’s not a child but not yet an adult. More…

Kes
32 Short Films About Glenn Gould

François Girard, Don McKellar capture classical musician Glenn Gould’s eccentric but brilliant talent through a series of 32 imaginative vignettes of his life More…

32 Short Films About Glenn Gould
K-PAX

A 2002 sleeper, K-Pax is a film that has lost nothing of its relevance – and has a message that is maybe even more important today than it was 10 years ago. More…

K-PAX
My Best Friend’s Wedding

We’ve all been there, haven’t we? That moment when we realise the object of our affections is about to be with someone else for the rest of their lives…and we hit rock bottom. More…

My Best Friend’s Wedding
East Is East

Written by Ayub Khan-Din, East Is East is the story of the Khan family, with a Pakistani father and an English mother, living in Salford in 1971 and running a fish and chip shop. More…

East Is East
Schindler’s List

We take a closer look at Steven Spielberg’s film about a German businessman who saved more than a thousand refugees during the Holocaust by employing them in his factories. More…

Schindler’s List
The Deer Hunter

Michael Cimino’s The Deer Hunter was the film of its kind to achieve both commercial success and critical acclaim, and in so doing it put Nam resolutely on the map. More…

The Deer Hunter

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