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Palestinian farm labourer Emad Burnat documents his family and community’s peaceful but determined resistance against the Israeli plans to build a wall along the West Bank that will slice their land in two. With hundreds of hours of video footage covering a period of over six years, Emad started working with Israeli activist and filmmaker Guy Davidi to produce this film. An effecting work o find out more...


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On a summer's day in 1958, fifty seven of the era's greatest jazz musicians gathered together in Harlem, New York City. The purpose - a now legendary photograph to be taken by top snapper Art Kane. This is the fascinating story of that day and the people, many of whom had never really met before, involved, with home-movie camera clips, some great musical interludes and interviews with many of the participants 35 years on. Narrated by Quincy Jones. find out more...

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The documentary feature 'Arakimentari' explores the work of popular and controversial Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki in a style designed to match Araki's own. Araki's fame and the debate around his photography derive mostly from his work with nudes, which blur the lines normally established between art, erotica, and pornography. Some of Araki's celebrity fans -- Bjork, Takeshi Kitano, Richard Kern and others -- are interviewed to explain the appeal and importance of his photography. find out more...

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The runaway success at last year's Goya Awards, Pablo Berger's Blancanieves takes the tale of Snow White and resets it in 1920s Andalucia, telling the tale of Carmen, the young daughter of a celebrated bullfighter, and her passage into adulthood and conflicts with her evil stepmother (a wondrously wicked Maribel Verdu). A beautifully-realized homage to the silent cinema, it will inevitably draw comparisons with The Artist, though its blend of youthful ebullience and Grimm-like find out more...

BLOW-UP (1966)

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A succesful photograper in swinging sixties London leads an aimless existence. Then one day he apparently witnesses a murder in the park. A slow moving thriller, Antonioni's film is also a meditation on the relationship of film to reality and the relationship of the individual to society. find out more...

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A community worker sets the world to rights teaching prostitutes' children the art of photography in a red light area of Calcutta. As she befriends them she takes it on herself to 'rescue' them from their fate, their friends and their families by getting them enrolled in private education schools to help them change their destiny. Zana is such a powerful person that, as the follow up DVD extra 'Reconnecting with Born into Brothels' demonstrates, she succeeds. This is a superb film animated by th find out more...

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A young filmmaker attempts to understand his life by recording it on film, only to have his experiment turn into an alienating, voyeuristic obsession. One of the neglected milestones in contemporary film history, this legendary independent classic captures the state of mind and the state of the art in late 1960s America. find out more...

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Homeless young Toby ends up sleeping in the cupboard of neurotic, failing, sleazy paparazzi Les. However a chance meeting with equally mentally challenged starlet K'harma starts his meteoric rise to stardom in this fine satire on celebrity and the business opportunities that go with it. find out more...

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An intimate portrait of working-class life in early 20th Century Malmo; Maria is the working class mother of seven, married to a violent, drunken, abusive husband with a bullying nature. By chance she discovers that she has a talent for photography, an ability to see things in a way that others cannot, and it is the confidence that this gives her which enables her not so much to liberate herself, but to learn to live within the rules of the social milieu into which she was born. Powerful stuff, find out more...