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Certification15 Our Rating

Saved from a group of drifters by Kim Byung-moon uncouth and self-taught painter Jang Seung-up offers a drawing as a means of thanks. Examining the picture, Kim realises Jang's extraordinary potential and becomes his mentor, encouraging him to pursue the life of an artist. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating


Certification15 Our Rating

Aspirant and amateur French film-maker Guetta wishes to make a film about the successful street artist Banksy, but Banksy, aware of the failings of the film turns the cameras and makes a film about Guetta making street art.
Or does he?
The mocumentary makers pull off a coup halfway through and give the rug under your feet a sharp tug, in the process revealing the contemporary art world as a scene populated by venture capitalists and sociopathic svengalis.
And if you haven' find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Welles wryly reflects on art, creativity and the fabrications that sustain them in this documentary about forgery and illusion. He weaves the stories of forgers de Hory, Clifford Irving and Kodar with a self-portrait in this meditation on the meaning of truth. A cinematic equivalent to an Escher painting. find out more...

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Arriving into the chaos of mid-60s New York, Edie is taken under the dubious wing of Andy Warhol, who sees in her untamed vulnerability the makings of an irresistible muse. Warhol invites Edie into the wild world of 'The Factory', where a rag-tag mix of musicians, poets, artists, actors and misfits gather to create avant-garde movies by day and throw glam parties at night. Edie quickly ascends to become the star of Warhol's movies, an idol at The Factory and a media darling, but, when she falls find out more...
FAKERS (2004)

Certification15 Our Rating

Nick owes Foster Wright £50,000, which is bad, because Foster Wright is a smooth and cold-hearted crime lord. Nick has four days to pay the money back, which is very unlikely…until he stumbles across a rare lost sketch and the idea for a forgery scam begins to take place. Fakers is an enjoyable British crime caper, OK so occasionally the plot takes a side turn without mentioning it to the rest of the story, but hey…it's still fun. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

The most perverse Frankenstein flick ever. While the Baron's sister/wife gives the village stud a good going over in her boudoir, the man himself is carving up the locals to create two perfect zombies to spawn a master race. Incest, necrophilia and yards of technicolour entrails. Stomach-churning! find out more...
FRIDA (2002)

Certification15 Our Rating

A visually stunning and passionate potted history of one of the greatest artists of the 20th Century, the Mexican, Frida Kahlo. This film deals primarily with Frida's private life, the enduring relationship with her husband and fellow artist, Diego Rivera, and her many scandalising affairs. Frida is a dramatic and affectionate portrait of a remarkable woman. find out more...
GAMBIT (2012)

Certification12 Our Rating

 

Art curator for unpleasant media tycoon Lord Lionel Shahbandar, Harry Deane plans to acquire the piece his employer longs for, Monet's 'Dusk’. However, Harry has no interest in procuring the actual painting for his boss, inste find out more...

GAMBIT (1966)

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One of the classic comic-heist movies of the 60's, Ronald Neame's GAMBIT stars Michael Caine as Harry Dean, the cockney con-man with the perfect plan to steal a priceless statue. He just needs the right accomplice to play the part of his wife and Shirley MacLaine's Euroasian showgirl has just the face he's looking for. Events don't unfold quite as planned, but then little is what it seems in a plot that keeps the audience guessing as it twists and turns to the very end. Features audio comment find out more...