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WILD INNOCENCE (Philippe Garrel, 2001)
After losing his wife to an overdose, François, a 30-year-old director, decides to make an anti-drugs film. But with a difficult subject matter, it's hard to find backers. Driven by the projec… Read more

WILD TARGET (Jonathan Lynn, 2010)
A black comedy that proves surviving your friends can sometimes be as hard as surviving your enemies. ... When professional hit-man Victor (Bill Nighy) has a change of heart, he ends up saving kooky … Read more

WIN WIN (M) (Tom McCarthy, 2011)
"Possesses a sharp wit and a generous spirit... a master class in offbeat comic brilliance." - New York Times ... Paul Giamatti plays Mike Flaherty, a middle-aged lawyer-cum-high school wrestling coa… Read more

WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY, THE (Ken Loach, 2006)
FRIDAY 11 AUGUST, 9PM - SOLD OUT ... The Wind that Shakes the Barley was winner of the Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Both an ardent observer of reality and a deeply committed politi… Read more

WINDHORSE (Paul Wagner, 1998)
Filmmakers often construct dangerous scenes or situa­tions within their project but rarely do they undertake an entire shoot that places them in personal jeopardy. Director Paul Wagner along with… Read more

WINTER’S BONE (Debra Granik, 2004)
When her meth-cooking father goes missing, violating his bail conditions and putting the family home at risk of repossession, 17-year-old Ree Dolly (the revelatory Jennifer Lawrence) sets out to find… Read more

WITCHCRAFT (Hrafn Gunnlaugsson, 1999)
This chilling 17th century saga is a brutal examination of the occult and the consequences of belief, in the physical presence of dark forces, escalating out of control. The Reverend Jón Magnú… Read more

WOMEN WITHOUT MEN (Shirin Neshat, 2009)
Winner of the Silver Lion for Best Director at the Venice Film Festival. ... It's not surprising that Shirin Neshat's debut feature is so visually transfixing - considering she's one of the most infl… Read more

WORKERS (José Luis Valle, 2013)
"A beautifully crafted, narratively constrained piece of Mexican minimalism." - Hollywood Reporter ... The divergent realities of Mexico's employed poor inform the darkly amusing and distinctively sh… Read more

World mirror cinema (Gustav Deutsch, 2005)
In this new-found footage work by Gustav Deutsch (Film Ist), three historical camera pans take in the streets and squares of Vienna, Surabaya and Porto. They provide a starting point for reflecting o… Read more

WORLD ON A WIRE (1973) (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1973)
“There are movies that make news and movies that are news. World on a Wire is one of the latter.” - Village Voice ... R.W. Fassbinder's epic, made-for-TV, science fiction mystery has been screene… Read more

WORLD'S GREATEST DAD (Bobcat Goldthwait, 2009)
“A crazy, foul-mouthed black comedy that blows up every rule of taste and common sense and somehow gets away with it.” - Entertainment Weekly ... With pitch-black humour and the subtlety of a sle… Read more

WUTHERING HEIGHTS (Andrea Arnold, 2011)
“Brilliant, visceral... the film gave me something I never expect to get from any classic literary adaptation: the shock of the new.” - The Guardian ... Heathcliff is a runaway black slave, found… Read more

Y TU MAMÁ TAMBIÉN (Alfonso Cuarón, )
Armed with the same rawness of films like Kids - not to mention sharp-tongued Mexican lingo and dusty desert vistas - Y tu Mamá También is a dynamic coming-of-age road movie. Like most … Read more

yesterday (Darrell James Roodt, 2004)
Zululand, South Africa. Yesterday (Leleti Khumalo), a woman in her early 30s, and her seven-year-old daughter Beauty are on the way to the nearest clinic. Yesterday has a lingering cough and wants to… Read more

YOSSI & JAGGER (Eytan Fox, 2002)
Yossi and Jagger are officers in the Israeli army, serving mandatory army service, stationed on a remote military base on the border with Lebanon. The two men are lovers, hiding their affair from the… Read more

YOU ARE HERE (Daniel Cockburn, 2010)
"[You Are Here] offers a series of episodes that slide over one another like a palimpsest... That tingle in your frontal lobe means that it's working." - Cinema Scope ... When a reclusive woman (the … Read more

YOUR FRIENDS & NEIGHBOURS (Neil Labute, 1998)
In a pre-credit sequence, a hunky young stud, Gary (Jason Patric), sweating from exercise hisses dramati­cally, "I think you're a great lay." As it transpires, he is dictating the line into a tap… Read more

YOUR SISTER'S SISTER (Lynn Shelton, 2011)
“A lovely example of what a surefooted filmmaker can achieve with a game and talented cast and a generous, heartfelt story.” - The Guardian ... When Iris sends best friend Jack off to her family'… Read more

YURI'S DAY (Kirill Serebrennikov, 2008)
“An allegory about Russia itself, seen here [as] a sort of spiritual Hotel California, from which, to paraphrase the Eagles, you can check out but you can never leave.” - Variety ... Yuri's Day t… Read more

Zombie Honeymoon (Dave Gebroe, )
Denise takes her marriage vows seriously. It should come as no surprise then that when her new hubby Danny is attacked and infected by a zombie sailor, she stands right by her man... at least up unti… Read more

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