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YOU RE NEXT (Adam Wingard, 2011)
"The best American horror picture of the year, period." – Twitch ... Aubrey and Paul are celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary, and their four grown-up children have returned home wit… Read more

YOU'RE GONNA MISS ME (Keven Mcalester, 2005)
“The good music documentaries don't begin by assuming you care; they end by making you.” - Keven McAlester ... Former music journalist, Keven McAlester, portraits one of rock ‘n' roll's most tr… Read more

You're Soaking In It (Errol Morris, )
After her stepson's tragic shotgun suicide. Joan Dougherty was inspired to start a company that specialises in cleaning crime scenes. With amazing good humour, Dougherty relates the typically bizarre… Read more

Your Face (Bill Plympton, 1985)
A second-rate crooner sings to his love, while his face becomes a permutating landscape. A bizarre animation. reminiscent of Godley & Creme's Cry. ... 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 MOMMY KILLS ANIMALS (Curt Johnson, 2006)
“This film is an easy Oscar contender.” - Stan Lee In 2005, the FBI determined that the number one domestic terrorist threat to the USA were animal rights activists. This surprising statement mo… 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

Yudie (Mirra Bank, 1974)
The story of a whole generation is symbolised in this portrait of a witty and independent woman, Yudie. ... Read more

Yukawa Story (Joseph Krumgold, 1954)
The portrayal of what the son sees in the life of his father. Dr. Yukawa, Japan's Nobel prizewinner, and his world of cosmotrones. ... Read more

Yum, Yum, Yum!: A Taste of Cajun & Creole Cooking of Louisiana (Les Blank, 1990)
Les Blank marries his obsession with spicy, down home food and his fascination for the Cajuns and Creoles of Southern Louisiana, to create this mouth watering exploration into the cooking and culture… Read more

z channel: a magnificent obsession (Xan Cassavetes, 2004)
Directed by Xan Cassavetes, daughter of legendary actor-director John Cassavetes, [Z Channel] is an engrossing account of a TV phenomenon topped off by a bizarre murder-suicide. Jerry Harvey was a vi… Read more

ZABRISKIE POINT (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1969)
Shot in the deserts of Arizona, Antonioni's first American film tells of two young people whose paths cross for a single day and night. In the morning he goes to his death, and the girl escapes into … Read more

ZBIG RYBCZYNSKI VISIONary (Zbigniew Rybczynski, 2004)
Zbig Rybczynski VISIONary Poland/USA ... Filmmaker, video artist, animator, effects wizard, visionary music clip director, new media pioneer: Polish-born iconoclast Zbig Rybczynski is all of these. R… Read more

Zelenka (Robert Rosen, William Henderson, 1969)
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Zergüt (Natasha Subramaniam, Alisa Lapidus, 2011)
Mouldy, decaying foods long forgotten in the depths of the refrigerator rise up against the fresh ingredients, their skirmishes soon escalating into total war. Foodstuffs morph, march, disintegrate, … Read more

ZERO DAY (Ben Coccio, 2004)
Zero Day USAOn 1 May 2001 high-school pals Andre and Cal walked onto their school campus in Middle America with an arsenal of weaponry, intent on unleashing bloody mayhem. In the lead up to the plann… Read more

ZERO IN THE UNIVERSE (George Moorse, 1966)
The story of two enemies, business rivals, and perhaps conspirators - Zero and Steinmetz, and of Vivian, Zero's secretary and constant companion. Time, as well as moving in the ordinary sense, moves … Read more

Zero Zero Romeo (Olaf Sööt, 1965)
The ever-changing moods of air during the course of a day as observed by a sailplane pilot in search of updrafts. ... Silver Wing Award, Vichy Festival; Bronze Award, New York Film and TV Festival. ... Read more

ZIVELI: MEDICINE FOR THE HEART (Les Blank, 1987)
... ... Les Blank's long association with the Melbourne Film Festival ' continues with Ziveli, an anthropologtcal document on the culture and music of the Serbian-American communities of Chicago and … Read more

ZIZEK! (Astra Taylor, 2005)
“We can all come away comforted that in academia, as in poetry and science, adored ‘rock stars' can be old, paunchy, and less than beautiful.” - Village Voice ... Philosopher, Slavoj Zizek, is … 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

ZOO (Robinson Devor, 2006)
In 2005, a 45 year-old executive was anonymously delivered to hospital with a perforated colon. Following his subsequent death, videotapes found at his home showed him having sex with an Arabian stal… Read more

“G” (Jon Huberth, 1971)
An ecobalance is established in New York City. ... Read more

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