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    • Artificial Eye

      The Agnes Varda Collection - Volume 1

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      <p>Agnes Varda used the skills she honed early in her career as a photographer to create some of the most nuanced, thought-provoking films of the past fifty years. She is widely believed to have presaged the French new wave with her first film, La Pointe Courte, which is featured here in this collection of her most prestigious work. Featured in this collection are La Pointe Courte (1954), Cleo 5 to 7 (1961), Le Bonheur (1964), La Glaneurs et la Glaneuse (2000).</p>

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      Cleo from 5 to 7

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      <p>Stars Corinne Marchand as the eponymous heroine, a singer who whiles away a couple of hours in the cafés, shops and streets of Paris at the height of the sixties.</p>

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      Free Men

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      <p>Set during the German occupation of Paris in 1942, Free Men stars Tahar Rahim (A Prophet) as Younes, a young Algerian rogue who is arrested for black marketeering. In police custody he is given an ultimatum - either face an indefinite time in prison or become a spy for Nazi intelligence at the local Mosque, which is suspected of sheltering Resistance fighters and Jewish fugitives. As Younes goes deep undercover at the Mosque, he is drawn into a dangerous and morally complex situation - and must confront a terrible dilemma between serving his own best interests or putting himself in mortal danger to save the lives of innocent people..</p>

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      Kaboom

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      <p>18 year-old Smith’s everyday life in the dorms is hanging out with his arty, sarcastic best friend Stella, hooking up with a beautiful free spirited girl, London and lusting for his gorgeous but dim surfer roommate Thor. This all gets turned upside-down after one fateful, terrifying night. Believing that he witnessed a murder whilst tripping on hallucinogenic cookies, Smith is led deeper and deeper into a mystery. This will not only change his young life but the destiny of the entire world.</p>

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      If I Want to Whistle I Whistle

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      <p>Two weeks before his release, a teenage prisoner learns that his mother has returned. Meanwhile, he finds himself in love with a student working in the penitentary as an intern.</p>

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      Winter's Bone

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      <p>17 year-old Ree Dolly (Jennifer Lawrence) embarks on a mission to find her father after he uses their family house as a way of securing his bail and disappears without a trace. Faced with the possibility of losing her home and being turned out into the Ozark woods, Ree challenges her outlaw kin‘s code of silence and risks her life to save her family. She hacks through the lies, evasions and threats offered by her relatives and begins to piece together the truth. Winner of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize and Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award, Winter's Bone is directed by Debra Granik (Down To The Bone) and adapted for the screen by Granik and Anne Rosellini. Based on the best-selling novel by Daniel Woodrel.</p>

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      Lovely Rita

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      <p>In this directorial debut from Jessica Hausner (Lourdes) presents the story of Rita, a willful and unruly teenager on the verge if womanhood. Her sexual awakening leads her to intimacy with a schoolboy, to young, and a bus driver, too old. Rita's efforts to break out of her solitude and claustrophobix enviroment isolate her even more, until one day she crosses the line.</p>

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      Pina

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      <p>A feature-length dance film with the ensemble of the Tanztheater Wupperta, featuring the unique and inspiring art of the great German choreographer, who died in the summer of 2009. Director Wim Wenders takes the audience on a visually stunning journey of discovery into a new dimension: straight onto the stage with the legendary ensemble and follows the dancers out of the theatre into the city and the surrounding areas of Wuppertal – the place, which for 35 years was the home and center for Pina Bausch’s creativity.</p>

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      In Bloom

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      <p>Tbilisi, Georgia, 1992: Civil war is raging in the province of Abkhazia. Two 14-year-olds, Natia and Eka, find their childhood coming to an end. Natia's alcoholic father constantly terrorises her entire family. And Eka rebels against her mother and older sister. These two inseparable friends try to find peace outside their family as days are filled with anxiety about what the future will hold for them. A thrilling, moving and engrossing drama telling a story from one of the world's most unrepresented countries, this is independent world cinema at its boldest and finest.</p>

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      Two Days, One Night

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      <p>Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne continue to mine the lives of individuals faced with potentially tragic consequences in this powerful drama. Oscar winner Marion Cotillard is impressive as Sandra, a woman who returns to work after suffering from depression to find out that her colleagues have chosen to take a bonus at the expense of her job. She has just one weekend to change their minds. What follows is arguably the Dardenne brothers' greatest cinematic achievement to date.</p>

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      Ida

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      <p>Pawel Pawlikowski's critically acclaimed Ida is a moving and intimate drama about a young novitiate nun in 1960s Poland who discovers a dark family secret dating back to the years of the Nazi occupation. 18-year-old Anna (stunning newcomer Agata Trzebuchowska), a sheltered orphan raised in a convent, is preparing to become a nun when the Mother Superior insists she first visit her sole living relative. Naiive, innocent Anna soon finds herself in the presence of her aunt Wanda (Agata Kulesza), a worldly and cynical Communist Party insider who shocks her with the declaration that her real name is Ida and her Jewish parents were murdered during the Nazi occupation. This revelation triggers a heart-wrenching journey into the countryside, to the family house and into the secrets of the repressed past, evoking the haunting legacy of the Holocaust and the realities of postwar Communism. With this beautifully directed Oscar winning drama, Pawlikowski returns to his native Poland for the first time in his career to confront some of the more contentious issues in the history of his birthplace. Powerfully written and eloquently shot, Ida a masterly evocation of a time, a dilemma, and a defining historical moment.</p>

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      Frontier Blues

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      <p>The debut feature of Iranian-born and London-based writer/ director Babak Jalali intertwines 4 stories all set in Iran’s northern frontier with Turkmenistan. With insight and humour, Jalali observes fragments from the sometimes absurd everyday lives of several characters in this diverse and multi-ethnic region.</p>

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      Winters Bone

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      <p>Starring Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games, X-Men First Class) in her star making Oscar nominated performance, Winter's Bone is a tense, naturalistic thriller following 17 year old Ree Dolly as she confronts the local criminal underworld and the harsh Ozark wilderness in order to track down her father, who has put up the family homestead for his bail. Special Features: The Making of Winter's Bone Deleted Scenes Alternative Ending Theatrical Trailer Music Video Hardscrabble Elegy by Dickon Hinchcliffe</p>

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      White Material

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      <p>sabelle Huppert (The Piano Teacher) gives an extraordinary performance as Maria Vial, the formidable owner of a coffee plantation in a former French colony in Africa. But the country is gripped by civil war and her terrified workers flee as increasingly violent clashes between the army and the rebel militia grow ever nearer. As brutal and heavily armed soldiers advance, the headstrong Maria stands defiant in the face of impending disaster. One of the most critically acclaimed films of the year, Claire Denis' riveting and powerful thriller examines the highly charged and controversial legacy of colonialism.</p>

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      The Kid with a Bike

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      <p>The Dardennes create tension out of human drama and draw believable, excellent performances from their entire cast. Cyril, almost 12, has only one plan: to find the father who left him temporarily in a children's home. By chance he meets Samantha, who runs a hairdressing salon and agrees to let him stay with her at weekends. Cyril doesn't recognize the love Samantha feels for him, a love he desperately needs to calm his rage. This affecting and gripping drama is one of the finest films from the directors of 'The Child', 'Rosetta' and 'The Silence of Lorna'.</p>

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      Francofonia

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      <p>Francofonia is the story of two remarkable men, louvre director Jacques Jaujard and Nazi Occupation officer Count Franziskus Wolff-Metternich - enemies then collaborators - whose alliance would be the driving force behind the preservation of museum treasures. v explores the relationship between art and power, the Louvre museum as a living example of civilization, and what art tells us about ourselves even in the midst of one of the bloodiest conflicts the world has ever seen.</p>

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      White Ribbon

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      <p>A village in Protestant northern Germany. 1913-1914. On the eve of World War I.The story of the children and teenagers of a choir run by the village schoolteacher, and their families: the baron, the steward, the pastor, the doctor, the midwife, the tenant farmers. Strange accidents occur and gradually take on the character of a punishment ritual. Who is behind it all?</p>

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      Nenette Et Boni

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      <p>19-year-old Boni is a sex-starved factory worker who combats loneliness by conjuring vivid fantasies involving the baker's wife. Nenette, his estranged 15-year-old sister, is trapped in a boarding school and is pregnant with a child she doesn't want. When their mother dies and fate brings them back together the two warily embark on a journey that will help them heal each other in a most unpredictable yet compelling fashion. A dazzling, mesmerising and deeply moving study of adolescent desire, directed by one of the world's leading contemporary auteur, Clarie Denis.</p>

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      La Ville Louvre

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      <p>This portrait of the venerable stone corridors, galleries and chambers of Paris’s Louvre Museum and its city of inhabitants shows the director’s fascination with work in all its wondrous detail.Nicolas Philibert has a keen sense of how man’s artifacts comment on him differently when estranged from their habitual context.</p>

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      Nostalgia

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      <p>Andrei Tarkovsky’s unforgettably haunting film, his first to be made outside Russia, explores the melancholy of the expatriate through the film’s protagonist, Gorchakov, a Russian poet researching in Italy. Arriving at a Tuscan village spa with Eugenia, his beautiful Italian interpreter, Gorchakov is visited by memories of Russia and of his wife and children, and he encounters the local mystic who sets him a challenging task. Nostalgia is filled with a series of mysterious and extraordinary images, all of which coalesce into a miraculous whole in the film’s final shot. As in all Tarkovsky’s films, nature, the elements of fire and water, music, painting and poetry all play a major role</p>

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      The Claire Denis Collection

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      <p>This collection of films directed by the phenomenally talented Claire Denis serve as a showcase of her decade-spanning, award-winning career, beginning with her international breakthrough Chocolat and carrying through to her most recent work White Material. Brave, challenging and frequently controversial, Claire Denis is one of the most important French filmmakers of her generation and is the most critically acclaimed female director working in the world today. Also includes Beau Travail and Nénette et Boni.</p>

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      Etre Et Avoir

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      <p>Etre at Avoir’ is a charming and intimate portrait of a single-class primary school in rural France and its inspirational teacher. Ranging in age from four to ten, the small handful of pupils are taught by the remarkable and wise Georges Lopez, whose patient and enlightened methods highlight a genuine affection for his young charges. Offering a touching and absorbing look at the heart of a village community, director Nicolas Philibert’s film was a surprise cinema hit which was warmly received by critics and won numerous awards including a BAFTA and a European Film Award.</p>

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      Blue is the Warmest Colour

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      <p>At 15, Adele doesn't question it: girls go out with boys. Her life is changed forever when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire, to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adele grows, seeks herself, loses herself, and finds herself.</p>

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      71 Fragments Of A Chronology Of Chance

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      <p>Haneke’s articulate critique of the isolating effects of western society, the media and television in particular, is composed of an intricate series of unrelated scenes, culminating in an apparently motiveless act of violence. Perfectly paced and executed, Haneke’s skilful weaving of these tableaux into a coherent and compelling whole is mesmerising and strangely beautiful.</p>

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      The Abbas Kiarostami Collection

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      <p>Abbas Kiarostami is an internationally acclaimed Iranian film director, screenwriter, photographer and film producer. An active filmmaker since 1970, Kiarostami has been involved in over 40 films, shorts and documentaries. This DVD collection includes the critically acclaimed Certified Copy as well as these other outstanding features. TenTaste of CherryThe Wind Will Carry UsABC Africa</p>

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      The Theo Angelopoulos Collection - Volume 1

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      <p>Theo Angelopoulos is Greece’s most celebrated filmmaker and has been acclaimed by British critics Derek Malcolm and David Thompson as one of the world’s greatest living directors. His body of work examines the history of modern Greece from a social and political perspective. This first set includes Reconstruction (1970) Days of '36 (1972) The Travelling Players (1975) and The Hunters (1977).</p>

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      The Satyajit Ray Collection Volume 3

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      <p>Satyajit Ray is internationally acknowledged as one of the great masters of world cinema. This new collection features three more acomplished works. Titles Comprise:Deliverance (1981): An interesting look at the differences in the Indian caste system.The Home and the World (1984): A Journey of a woman who recalls the events that moulded her perspective on the world.The Public Enemy (1990): An adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's 'An Enemy of the People'</p>

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      Under the Rainbow

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      <p>Laura is still waiting for Prince Charming at the age of 24. So when Sandro appears at a party, exactly like her Prince would in her dreams, she thinks she's finally found her knight in shining armour. But then when she meets Maxime the following night, Laura starts to wonder if some Princes could be more charming than others. Will everything end happily ever after for Laura? Or will the prince turn out to be the frog? A sharp, snappy and wonderfully droll comedy of manners and errors, this charming French romantic drama has won over legions of admirers across the channel and is now poised to set hearts aflutter in Britain too.</p>

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      Shun Li and the Poet

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      <p>Shun Li works in a textile factory on the outskirts of Rome and hopes to get Italian citizenship so her eight-year-old son can join her in Italy. When she is suddenly transferred to Chioggia, a small city-island in the Veneto lagoon, to work as a bartender in a pub, she meets Bepi, a Slavic fisherman, nicknamed 'the Poet' by his friends, a regular at that pub for years and a writer of doggerel verse. Shun Li shares with Bepi stories of Qu Yuan, China's most celebrated poet, and the two strike up a friendship that has the potential to become something more. However the budding relationship is threatened by the objections of both the Chinese immigrant population and the local Italian fishing community.</p>

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      Classic Bergman

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      <p>Legendary auteur Ingmar Bergman emerged in the late ‘40s as an art-house icon and remained one for more than four decades. This set includes four early masterpieces on DVD It Rains On Our Love (1946) A Ship Bound For India (1947) Sawdust And Tinsel (1953) Dreams (1955) So Close To Life (1958) Extra Features: The Women and Bergman (Documentary) The Men and Bergman (Documentary)</p>

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      My Father Lord

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      <p>Understated Israeli drama studying the family life of ultra-orthodox rabbi Abraham Eidelmann (Assi Dayan). Unreservedly devoted to his faith, Abraham spends his days praying, studying the Torah and preparing his sermons - leaving little time for his young wife Esther (Sharon Hacohen), who in turn devotes herself to the couple's son Menahem (Ilan Griff).</p>

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      Songs from the Second Floor

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      <p>Set at the dawning of the new millennium, this hilarious masterpiece is from the brilliantly offbeat worldview of Swedish filmmaker Roy Andersson, director of the acclaimed You, the Living. Described by critic J. hoberman as 'slapstick Ingmar Bergman', this witty yet resonant film un- folds as a series of comic interconnected vignettes that portray scenes from an urban world which has ground to a halt and whose citizens teeter on the brink of madness. Described as 'One of the most highly crafted films in recent memory' (Variety), SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR was shot in Andersson's studio between March 1996 and May 2000.</p>

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      Michael H, Profession: Director

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      <p>Over the last 25 years, Michael Haneke has established himself as one of the most important directors in cinema history. From his early work to Amour, he has created a unique universe, revealing like no other the darkest corners of society, our existential fears and emotional outbursts. Through interviews with his actors, Isabelle Huppert, Juliette Binoche, and Emmanuelle Riva and much more as well as previously unseen footage, Michael H. depicts the work of a rare artist.</p>

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      Nenette / Un Animal Des Animaux

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      <p>Born in the jungles of Borneo forty years ago, Nénette the orangutan is now the most senior inhabitant of the world’s oldest zoo – and the star of this awe-inspiring, tender and funny film, from the director who charmed the world in 2002 with the BAFTA nominated Etre Et Avoir.Also includes Un Animal Des Animaux, in which Phlibert visits Paris’ legendary Museum of Natural History and records the painstaking work of artists who repaint, re-feather, fluff and retro-fit a menagerie of stuffed animals.</p>

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      The Essential Eric Rohmer Vol. 2

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      <p>Contains The Romance of Astrea &amp; Celadon, Triple Agent, The Sign of Leo and Rendez-vous in Paris. This set spans the breadth of Rohmer’s remarkable filmmaking career, which remained fresh, vital and inventive until the very end. All the films included display Rohmer’s trademark intelligence and wit, and maintain a remarkably consistent quality, from his debut feature ‘The Sign of Leo’ (one of the first films of the French New Wave), to romantic comedy ‘Rendez-vous in Paris’, espionage thriller ‘Triple Agent’, and his final, extraordinary film ‘The Romance of Astrea and Celadon’.</p>

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      The Tree

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      <p>The second feature film from acclaimed director Julie Bertucelli, The Tree stars Award-winning actress Charlotte Gainsbourg (Melancholia, Antichrist) newcomer Morgana Davies, and Martin Csokas (The Lord of the Rings)Dawn (Gainsbourg) and Peter live together with their children in the Australian countryside. In the middle of their garden stands the kids' favorite playground : a massive Moreton Bay Fig tree, whose branches reach high towards the sky and roots stretch far into the ground. When Peter crashes into the tree and dies, Dawn is left alone with her grief and four children to raise. All of them natually go looking for comfort in their protective tree, but can daughter Simone really hear her father whispering to her through the leaves?</p>

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      The Lars Von Trier Collection

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      <p>By turns profoundly moving, viscerally shocking, intellectually resonant and surprisingly funny, this collection of four films by Lars von Trier contains a selection of some of the most dazzling, daring and devilish works of cinematic art from one of the world’s foremost maverick directors.</p>

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      Michael

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      <p>Markus Schleinzer’s debut film Michael created a stir at its premiere at Cannes in 2011. This is a portrait of an impassive man, remarkably (or un-remarkably) portrayed by Michael Fuith, who we observe quietly going about his suburban life – attending his work, returning with his shopping to cook dinner in his neat and tidy home. We soon learn this man, Michael, has a boy held captive in his cellar. What makes the film so compelling is the ordinariness of their strangely domestic set up, at times they could be mistaken for father and son. Michael cuts the boy's hair, they prepare for Christmas and take trips to local parks. The true horrors of what is going on are only implied to us. The film deftly avoids emotions, judgement and even controversy – and as it should, we hardly need to be coerced into a feeling or opinion on this. What plays out has a cool, slow burning tension, fractured inter- mittently with shocking moments and sometimes even humour, that serve to remind the viewer of the quiet chaos that lies not only in the cellar, but which often lurks beneath the ordinary…</p>

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      Peepli Live

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      <p>In a tiny corner of a giant country, a poor farmer is about to lose everything. His brother has a plan to win it all back!Peepli Live is a satire, which revolves around a villager from Central India called Natha, his brother Budhia and their family.The family is about to lose their land because they are unable to repay a loan, when they hear of a government programme which offers the family of any farmer committing suicide a compensation of 100,000 rupees ($2000).The older brother convinces his sibling to agree to commit suicide. This sets in motion a chain of events which finds Natha in the eye of a storm. The local bigwigs, the state government, high-ranking bureaucrats, federal ministers and the national media, all become stakeholders in the mad circus that errupts.</p>

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      Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow

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      <p>The film bears witness to German artist Anselm Kiefer's alchemical creative processes and renders in film, as a cinematic journey, the personal universe he has built at his hill-studio estate in the South of France.</p>

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      Los Bastardos

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      <p>A multiple award winner and 2008 Cannes Film Festival selection, Amat Escalante's Los Bastardos looks and sounds very impressive (Variety), and makes an indeliby disturbing impact. Like the rest of the day-labouring migrant workers who gather together each morning on a southwesten American strip mall sidewalk, Jesus and Fausto struggle to get ahead in El Norte. But when a callous gringo boss strands them in the middle of a community that exploits them one minute and insults them the next, the two young men cock their sawed off shotgun and calmy take a troubled housewife hostage in her own home. Los Bastardos plumbs the depths of human brutality with the same cool cinematic ceritude as the works of Michael Haneke</p>

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      The Rafi Pitts Collection

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      <p>Sanam (2000) The tale of a woman who is left to raise her son and work the family farm herself after her husband is shot. It's Winter (2006) The struggle to survive, for a generation, torn between wanting to leave its country, yet bound by blood to home. The Hunter (2010) This powerful thriller stars writer/director Rafi Pitts as Ali, a man whose world is shattered when his wife and young daughter go missing. In the face of police indifference to his plight, something snaps inside him and he shoots an officer dead with his hunting rifle and goes on the run. A searing indictment of political corruption, The Hunter is a tense and compelling film set against the background of social unrest in Iran.</p>

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      The Nicolas Philibert Collection

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      <p>From acclaimed filmmaker Nicolas Philibert. This set contains four of his acclaimed documentaries. Nénette (2010) Nénette the orangutan is now the most senior inhabitant of the world’s oldest zoo – and the star of this awe-inspiring, tender and funny film. Un Animal Des Animaux (1996) Philibert visits Paris' legendary Museum and Naturak History and records the painstaking work of artists who repaint, re-feather, fluff a menageries of stuffed animals.Être et avoir (2002) A documenatry portrait of a one-room school in rural France, where the students are educated by a single dedicated teacher. Le Ville Louvre (1990) This revealing behind the scenes look at the world's most famous art museum.</p>

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      We Need to Talk About Kevin

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      <p>Based on the million-selling Orange Prize winning novel by Lionel Shiver and directed by acclaimed film-maker Lynne Ramsay, We Need to Talk About Kevin is an emotional thriller starring Academy Award Winner Tilda Swinton, Academy Award nominee John C. Reilly, &amp; Ezra Miller.Eva (Tilda Swinton) puts her ambitions and career aside to give birth to Kevin. The relationship between mother and son is difficult from the very first years. When Kevin is 15, he does something irrational and unforgivable in the eyes of the community. Eva grapples with her own feelings of grief and responsibility. Did she ever love her son? And how much of what Kevin did was her fault?</p>

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      360

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      <p>360 is a kaleidoscope of interconnected love and relationships linking characters from different cities and countries in a vivid, suspenseful and deeply moving tale of romantic life in the 21st century. Starting in Vienna, the film beautifully weaves through Paris, London, Bratislava, Rio, Denver and Phoenix into a single, mesmerizing narrative.</p>

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      The Soft Skin (Le Peau Douce)

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      <p>Hitchcock-influenced thriller from director Francois Truffaut. Pierre (Jean Desailly) is a married, middle-aged author who begins an affair with an air stewardess (Francoise Dorleac) while on a lecture tour in Portugal. However, when his wife discovers his infidelity, she becomes consumed with a desire for revenge.</p>

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      Ice And The Sky

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      <p>An insightful documentary follows the story of Claude Lorius, a man who has committed to over 22 polar expeditions since the 1960s and for that time has been cautioning the world that global warming is a certainty if we don’t change our ways. Now he is an old man who has been proven right. Ice and the Sky follows his final footsteps as he tries to convince the world to ensure its survival for future generations.</p>

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      La Maison De La Radio

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      <p>From acclaimed documentarian Nicolas Philibert, a documentary that takes us into the depths of one of France’s most popular radio stations - Radio France</p>

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