Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present

Matthew Akers delivers a living portrait of Marina Abramović, one of the most radical, provocative, uncompromising and extreme figures of the last 40 years.


Nathalie is consumed by grief when her handsome husband dies, but three years down the line, she surprises herself by falling for an awkward Swedish man.

The Source

The wry humour woven through this initially subversive battle of the sexes never really goes away, even as the drama takes on a harsher, realist perspective.

Bel Ami

Based on the 1885 novel of the same name by Guy de Maupassant, Bel Ami is a fast-paced romp through the Parisian high society of the late 19th century.

You Only Live Once

Based loosely on the Bonnie and Clyde legend, You Only Live Once follows serial criminal Eddie Taylor on his most recent release from prison, as he attempts to make good for himself and his girl.

The Island President

Regime and climate change are the two factors that drive this documentary in which politician Mohamed Nasheed engages in some eloquent doom-saying about the future of his nation.


W.E. combines the story of Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII with Wally Winthrop, an American socialite in an abusive and loveless marriage.


Foreign-language comedy doesn’t always translate but zany French comedienne, Florence Foresti, enjoys something of an international breakthrough in Hollywoo.

Tiny Furniture

Hailed as a major success by The Times, Guardian, Total Film and every other publication inbetween, Tiny Furniture is the debut from the 25-year-old writer/director/actor Lena Dunham.


Two archetypal couples – the middle-class Longstreets, and nouveau riche Cowans – battle it out over a playground confrontation between their sons.

Special Forces

Set in Afghanistan, a French journalist has been kidnapped by the Taliban, so the French Special Forces set off to rescue her.

The Living Wake

After discovering that he has only one day to live, self-proclaimed genius, K. Roth Binew, drags his fellow manservant around on a rickshaw as he attempts to uncover the meaning of life in the face of death. It sounds ridiculous, and it is.

The Awakening

Set in post-war England, The Awakening begins with just the right level of suspense and drama. Florence Cathcart aims to debunk spiritualism and the supernatural.

Las Acacias

Las Acacias invites the viewer to join lorry driver Rubén as he drives single mother Jacinta and her baby from Paraguay to Buenos Aires.

Il Boom

Those familiar with Vittorio De Sica’s work through Italian neorealism are in for a surprise with surreal comedy Il Boom, re-released to mark its 50th anniversary.

Dreams of a Life

Dreams of a Life is the heartbreaking story of Joyce Vincent, whose decomposed remains were found in her London bedsit by the local council.

The Front Line

Set during the Korean War and based around the final and decisive moments between North and South, the battle rages in the Aerok Hills.

The Guard

Following hard-bitten Police Sergeant Gerry Boyle as he closes in on a group of drug smugglers, The Guard’s action takes place on the west coast of Ireland.


As the third instalment in Gary Hustwit’s trilogy on the impact and function of design in the modern world, Urbanized is a concise exploration of the urban habitat of the Homo sapien.


Paddy Considine’s directorial debut about two lonely, damaged people brought together by circumstance is a powerful drama about violence and loss.