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Certification15 Our Rating

Former pro-skater Stacy Peralta wrote and directed this gem of a film about the birth of vert skating that took place in LA in the 70s. Showing the evolution of skateboarding from the traditional flatland style to the surf-inspired vert style which utilized empty swimming pools and mass amounts of courage. Dogtown is a real ode of love to skating and the intensity of which will even appeal to those not obsessed with the skate scene. Actual footage and retrospective interviews with the original find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Whilst films by the likes of Russ Meyer featured scenes of nudity, it was not until Deep Throat, that hardcore was brought to a mass audience. Banned in 23 US States, the film sent shockwaves through American society with cinemas raided and prosecutions for obscenity issued. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A pretty exhaustive documentary that looks back at what some have described as "the artistic crime of the century": tightrope walker Philippe Petit's death defying, utterly illegal, high-wire routine performed between New York City's World Trade Centre's twin towers in 1974. A fascinating and gripping look at a meticulously planned and breathtaking act of defiance. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A self-narrated and consequently potted history of the producer Robert Evans, a man who rose from nowhere and made possible some of the greatest movies of the 1970s. Not least of which being ‘The Godfather'. A prodigious mover and shaker, Evans' rarefied world went belly up when the scandals started to come thicker and faster than the successes. The kid stays in the picture is a fascinating insight into the world of the Hollywood power broker. find out more...