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3 WOMEN (1977)

CertificationPG Our Rating

In a dusty, under-populated California resort town, Pinky Rose, a naïve and impressionable Southern waif, begins her life as a nursing home attendant. There, Pinky finds her role model in fellow nurse "Thoroughly Modern" Millie Lammoreaux, a misguided would-be sophisticate and hopeless devotee of Cosmopolitan and Woman's Day magazines. When Millie accepts Pinky into her home at the Purple Sage singles' complex, Pinky's hero-worship evolves into something far stranger and more sinister than eith find out more...

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A beautifully made costume drama set in rural Yorkshire 1920. Two returning servicemen, each in their own way shattered by their experiences, try to rebuild their lives. Intelligent, charming and a pleasure to see. find out more...
ANAMORPH (2007)

Certification15 Our Rating

Stan is a quiet, solitary detective in New York City. A few years before, he solved a gruesome case of serial murders, although an undercover police officer lost her life. A new set of similar murders begin; the bodies are elaborately displayed and the killer uses equipment from art and early movie-making in the tableau or leaves a clue as to where the investigators are to stand to get the full artistic effect. 'Anamorph' is a dark, abstract thriller, although with its slightly American art hous find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Tarkovsky's mysterious masterpiece that charts the life and times of an obscure 15th Century Russian icon painter. Rublev's character is recreated, through 8 separate chapters, as a symbol of Russian suffering at the hands of Tartar invaders. Beautifully told, a fantastic and brilliantly directed tale. find out more...
ARARAT (2002)

Certification15 Our Rating

Atom Egoyan has created a world within a world, shifting between the contemporary and, through the making of a film about the events, the tragic genocidal slaughter of the Armenians in turn of the 20th Century Turkey. Ararat is a thoughtful and thought provoking drama of the highest order. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Talented young sketch artist Jerome Platz escapes from high school to a tiny East Coast art college. Here his ambition is to become, like his hero Picasso, the world's greatest artist. Unfortunately the beauty and craft of Jerome's portraiture are not appreciated in an art class that he finds bewildering and bogus, neither his harsh judgments of his classmates' efforts nor his later attempts to create pseudo-art of his own win him any admirers, though he does attract the attentions of his dream find out more...
BASQUIAT (1996)

Certification15 Our Rating

Low-key biopic of graffiti vandal turned New York darling Jean-Michel Basquiat. Catapulted to art-world super-stardom after a chance meeting with Andy Warhol, the obscene amounts of money his paintings suddenly command soon sends him down the slippery slope of big-time drug abuse. Enthralling. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A documentary about a bunch of mainly New York based loosely connected autodidactic artists who, influenced by the popular street cultures of the day, skateboarding, graffiti, street fashion, punk and hip-hop, began to work in the fields of fashion, music, literature, film and athletics(!). find out more...
BIG EYES (2014)

Certification12 Our Rating

We follow American artist Margaret Keane , who, in the 1960s, allowed her husband Walter to claim credit for her artwork, believing that a female artist could not find success through painting. The Keanes acquired huge amounts of wealth through her work; However, when they later became separated, Margaret announced to the world that she was in fact the true author of the paintings, sparking a long and painful legal battle between the estranged pair.

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CertificationE Our Rating

The collection opens with Len Lye's modernist abstraction ‘Tusalava’, which, heavily influenced by Maori and Aboriginal art, shares an interest in ‘primitive’ cultures that was typical of the Modernist movement of the time. It was almost refused a certificate by the puzzled British Board of Censors who suspected that the dancing abstract shapes might be about sex. Lye's own explanation was that it showed the beginnings of organic life. ‘Crossing the Great Sagrada’, is a lowbrow spo find out more...