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The Lunchbox - Trailer image

Mismatched lunchboxes lead to an unlikely romance in this enchanting, award-winning Indian drama.

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Directed by Gianni Di Gregorio

Di Gregorio stars as a bibulous loafer trying to reduce his debts by looking after his friends’ elderly mothers during the holidays. Warm and witty

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How the magnificent Mitchell & Kenyon collection was resurrected, thanks to the dedication and skill of the BFI National Archive.

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Blue is the Warmest Colour - Trailer image

Trailer for the epic, passionate and strikingly naturalistic Palme d'Or-winning romance

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Paolo Sorrentino's dazzling, Oscar-winning portrayal of an ageing writer who becomes bored of his life of decadence.

Interior. Leather Bar - Trailer image

James Franco and Travis Mathews recreate explicit footage cut, rumoured to be lost, from one of the most notorious gay features ever made.

Nymphomaniac Trailer image

The trailer for Lars Von Trier’s explicit, controversial film about a woman recounting the history of her sexuality.

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Directed by James Bidgood

With its highly charged hallucinogenic quality, its atmosphere of lush decadence, and its explicit erotic power, Pink Narcissus is a landmark of gay cinema.

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A far reaching interview with multifaceted artist Derek Jarman, conducted in 1987 by producer and critic Simon Field as part of the ICA Guardian Conversations series.

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