Feature Films Archive

  • No is a stylised, comical take on the advertising campaign surrounding the 1988 referendum that was supposed to “elect” General Pinochet to another eight years of dictatorship in Chile.

    No

    No is a stylised, comical take on the advertising campaign surrounding the 1988 referendum that was supposed to “elect” General Pinochet to another eight years of dictatorship in Chile.

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  • John Dies At The End is a post-modernist comedy about a drug that sends its users across time and dimensions, with only one drawback: some people return as no longer human.

    John Dies At The End

    John Dies At The End is a post-modernist comedy about a drug that sends its users across time and dimensions, with only one drawback: some people return as no longer human.

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  • The Falls is a riveting feature film about two young Mormon missionaries who fall in love on their mission, and have to make sense of the conflict between their desires and their faith.

    The Falls

    The Falls is a riveting feature film about two young Mormon missionaries who fall in love on their mission, and have to make sense of the conflict between their desires and their faith.

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  • Temple Wood calls itself an 'experimental folk-Horror B-Movie mystery', which sounds pretty exciting. In reality it's a very flawed film, but it's not without it's charm.

    Temple Wood

    Temple Wood calls itself an 'experimental folk-Horror B-Movie mystery', which sounds pretty exciting. In reality it's a very flawed film, but it's not without it's charm.

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  • Clooney! Depp! Streep! Radioman! They all feature in this documentary about one of the New York film scene's best known personalities. And one who's had more than his fair share of struggles in life

    Radioman

    Clooney! Depp! Streep! Radioman! They all feature in this documentary about one of the New York film scene's best known personalities. And one who's had more than his fair share of struggles in life

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  • Using textured 35mm film, a macabre and repetitive soundtrack and uncompromising black and white, Bela Tarr's The Turin Horse is visual poetry. But the patience required to enjoy this film won't be to everyone’s taste.

    The Turin Horse

    Using textured 35mm film, a macabre and repetitive soundtrack and uncompromising black and white, Bela Tarr's The Turin Horse is visual poetry. But the patience required to enjoy this film won't be to everyone’s taste.

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  • A slightly surreal and poetic pedal-marathon, in which Andrew Kötting and Iain Sinclair pedal a swan-shaped pedalo from the seaside in Hastings to Hackney in London, via the English inland waterways.

    Swandown

    A slightly surreal and poetic pedal-marathon, in which Andrew Kötting and Iain Sinclair pedal a swan-shaped pedalo from the seaside in Hastings to Hackney in London, via the English inland waterways.

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  • A film about sexual awakening, human behaviour and the power struggle between two girls practising equestrian vaulting.

    She Monkeys

    A film about sexual awakening, human behaviour and the power struggle between two girls practising equestrian vaulting.

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  • The whole human experience is documented daily via social media. But can this be filtered into a meaningful documentary?

    Life in a Day

    The whole human experience is documented daily via social media. But can this be filtered into a meaningful documentary?

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  • An all access documentary following President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives and his quest to save his country from disappearing under the sea.

    The Island President

    An all access documentary following President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives and his quest to save his country from disappearing under the sea.

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