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Life-affirming, powerful and utterly moving, this account of Scottish music icon Edwyn Collins is a truly remarkable achievement in filmmaking.
As the cold wind of corruption blows through the Siberian steppes, Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Leviathan sees no hope of redemption. Or maybe just a little.
A monochrome portrait of poet Dylan Thomas running amuck stateside, Andy Goddard’s Set Fire To The Stars runs high on character but low on emotion.
After a decade of not talking to each other, traumatic events bring estranged twins Milo and Maggie back together again. They unexpectedly renew their close…
One ex-tabloid reporter’s entertaining and insightful satire of tabloid journalism’s ethics – or lack of them – through provocative Michael Moore-style stunts and set-ups, with clever use of archive footage.
Mike Leigh’s dazzling biopic of one of Britain’s most celebrated and controversial artists is a masterpiece which earned Timothy Spall the Best Actor award at Cannes.
Insightful and provocative, Laura Poitras’ firsthand account of the days preceding Edward Snowden’s explosive revelations is quietly momentous and powerful.