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The Lunchbox - Trailer image

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

A Story of Children and Film image

Mark Cousins' personal and poetic exploration of the cinema of childhood, as told through 53 great films from 25 countries.

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The Passion of Michelangelo image

Directed by Esteban Larraín

In Pinochet's Chile, a 14-year-old boy becomes a media sensation after claiming to have witnessed visions of the Virgin Mary.

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Directed by Simon Chung

A mysterious, exotic and riveting drama about a nameless man discovered naked on a riverbank, who forms a bond with the hospital assistant who can communicate with him.

Kiss Me image

Directed by Alexandre-Therese Keining

Mia is engaged to marry a man, but finds herself falling for Frida, who happens to be her new stepmother's daughter.

Blue is the Warmest Colour - Trailer image

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

Blue is the Warmest Colour image

The epic, passionate and strikingly naturalistic Palme d'Or-winning romance.

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Directed by Basil Dearden

This thought-provoking classic stars Dirk Bogarde as a homosexual lawyer who risks his career to hunt down a blackmailer.

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.

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