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Certification15 Our Rating

Madrid, 1922; a young Salvador Dali arrives at university and meets the likes of Luis Bunuel and Federico Garcia Lorca, the latter of whom he has a brief affair with. Later, moving to Paris, Dali's life is altered by another affair, with married woman, Gala, to the intense heartbreak of besotted Garcia Lorca. find out more...
MAX (2002)

Certification12 Our Rating

1918 and The First World War has just come to an end, Max has only just escaped the trenches with his life but the loss of an arm has left his dreams of continuing as an artist in tatters. While in Munich, Max meets another young veteran of the war, Adolph Hitler, an aspiring painter unfortunately devoid of artistic imagination. The two men strike up an unlikely friendship, but while Max's wealthy middle class Jewish background leaves a number of options open to him, poverty stricken and increas find out more...

CertificationE Our Rating

A mesmerizing deconstruction of the man, his life, his loves, his humanity and their influence on a painter who stands not only as a genius but as the greatest artist of the twentieth century. Covering Picasso's early childhood in Spain towards the end of the nineteenth century up to his death in the South of France in the 1970's this is the definitive film biography of the great man. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Set during the Great Depression, Jacob Janowski finds his promising career as a vetinary student shattered by family tragedy. Bereft and confused Jacob joins the Benzini Brothers circus as the vet for their animals and in particular the company’s elephant, Rosie. But it is the ringmaster’s wife that really holds the young Jacob’s attention, and it is this mutual attraction that forms the heart of the story. Based on Sara Gruen’s best selling novel, ‘Water for Elephants’ is a sumptuous but relati find out more...