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Wim Wenders’ beautiful documentary is a love letter to and for German choreographer Pina Bausch.
The Iron Lady is a non-linear ‘biographical’ film on Margaret Roberts, the daughter of a grocery shop owner with a political knack, who would eventually become Margaret Thatcher, the first (and only) female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
My Week with Marilyn tells the story of Colin Clark, a young man who sets off with Marilyn Monroe for a week of fun.
Kaitakushatachi, or simply The Pioneers, is a drama commemorating the 40th anniversary of diplomatic ties between China and Japan.
A society woman investigates the mechanics of power in 1880s Washington D.C.
Freud against Jung in the battle of the human mind. Mortensen against Fassbender in the battle of hottest man in a mustache. A Dangerous Method takes us behind the friendship and rivalry of two great men that established modern psychology.
Commissioned by the British Film Institute as part of the 100 Years of Cinema celebrations, Stanley Kwan takes a look back into the history of Chinese films with a broad array of filmmakers.
Author Eric Enno Tamm follows the footsteps of a 1900s spy across Central Asia and China.
An Army of Phantoms is an admirably researched, if somewhat rushed, tour of Hollywood history from the end of World War II through 1956.
Director Carol Morley undertakes the difficult task of reconstructing the life of Joyce Vincent, and explores how a vibrant and much-loved young woman could so easily slip through the cracks of society.