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4 MONTHS, 3 WEEKS AND 2 DAYS (Christian Mungiu, 2007)
A multiple award-winner, including the highly prized Palme D'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Set in the Soviet block during the final days of communism, this is a tale of friendship, love and… Read more

4,000 Hours (Les Platt, 1958)
The story of a Vickers Viscount upon its introduction into the passenger carrying flight — including how maintenance is carried out until the aircraft undergoes complete overhaul after having f… Read more

40 x 15: THE 40 FORTY YEARS OF THE DIRECTORS' FORTNIGHT (Olivier Jahan, 2008)
The legendary May 1968 strike of Paris left its indelible mark on the Cannes Film Festival, just as assuredly as it left its mark on all of French society. ... 1968 saw the Cannes Film Festival halt … Read more

46 Bis (Pascal Baes, 1988)
Two women. A courtyard. A tango. Dancing pixillation. ... Read more

46 Bis (Pascal Baes, 1988)
Filmed over 24 hours in an interior courtyard in the Belleville neighbourhood, in the black and white tones of the early mornings immortalized by the Nouvelle Vague. Rapid, crazy, streetwise and esot… Read more

4:30 (Royston Tan, 2006)
A meditation on absence and longing, 4:30 is about a moment - and a young boy's attempt to cling to it, escaping his drab reality. Told entirely from the perspective of the boy, it concerns his relat… Read more

5 DAYS (Yoav Shamir, 2005)
Deftly capturing the mounting tension of a stand-off between soldiers and hardline settlers, 5 Days is a definitive snapshot of a historical moment which also manages to convey the wider-ranging comp… Read more

5 LOST AT SEA (Jesse Martin, Josh Schmidt, 2009)
Young. Real. Naive. ... In 1999, 21-year-old Jesse Martin became the youngest person ever to sail solo, non stop and unassisted around the world. On his return he took four other young people sailing… Read more

5 X 2 (François Ozon, 2004)
A festival favourite, François Ozon returns with a thoroughly affecting excavation of love. The forensic 5x2 won the Pasinetti Award, for Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi's remarkable performance as Mar… Read more

50% Absolut (Igor Bauersima, 1995)
50% Absolut is the story of a couple walking home from a night at a pub. She is scared of heights and wants to be accompanied over the high bridge. He is in love with her and wants everything, and he… Read more

5150 ELM'S WAY (Eric Tessier, 2009)
A film student stumbles into the lair of a righteous serial killer in this chilling adaptation of a best-selling novel by Patrick Senécal. ... When film student Ian (played by Marc-André Gr… Read more

6 : 14.2 (Anton Gottsdanker, 1968)
The animation of stills breathes life into this ballet of long distance running. ... Read more

60 Cycles (Jean-Claude Labrecque, 1965)
The film powerfully captures the tense atmosphere, and gritty determination of the riders in an international cycle race. The flamboyant colour, the editing and the musical score all add to the tempo. Read more

60 Second Spot: The Making of a Television Commercial (Harvey Mandlin, 1974)
A record of the production of a big-budget television commercial: a take-off on old Hollywood desert movies. ... Read more

60 Seh Kundeh 2. Le Trait Rouge-Und. (Martin Anibas, 1993)
By such techniques as painting and scratching directly onto film, Martin Anibas creates a bold abstract in motion. The film's visual rhythm is echoed in the soundtrack's jazz-influenced score. ... Read more

62 Sleeps (Erin White, )
Capturing a moment in time, this is a poignant film about a young girl yearning for her absent father. Erin White's 62 Sleeps is wonderfully understated and deeply affecting, with Beatrice Bradley as… Read more

6344 (Joseph Pipher, 1973)
"6344" succeeds in letting the viewer watch the demolition of a family's home, calmly. The life-force of three generations slowly dissipates. What's left? A huge apartment complex rises from the smou… Read more

67 (Kasimir Burgess, 2007)
A woman journey's into the night and returns.---D/S Kasimir Burgess P Julia Ciccarone WS Kasimir Burgess TD video/col/2007/4mins ... Read more

6IXTYNIN9 (Pen-ek Ratanaruang, 2004)
6ixtynin9 (Ruang Talok 69) Thailand ... Pen-ek Ratanaruang's second feature is a macabre black comedy that highlights his talents as a filmmaker who can successfully mix genres. Leaving both critics … Read more

6IXTYNIN9 (Pen-ek Ratanaruang, 1999)
After losing her job due to downsizing, Tum despairs until a noodle carton chock full of cash is wrongly delivered to her door (a simple but superb visual gag explained in the title). When a pair of … Read more

7 DAYS IN HAVANA (Benicio Del Toro, Pablo Trapero, Julio Medem, Elia Suleiman, Gaspar Noé, Juan Carlos Tabio, Laurent Cantet, 2012)
“The seven films present a rich, vivid and pointedly non-stereotypical view of the energetic and diverse culture of the Cuban capital.” - The List ... Seven directors - Julio Medem (Earth, MIFF 9… Read more

7.56 AM (Robert Alcock, 1984)
A music-based comedy with surreal undertones showing the dismal suburban environment of an "average" family. On this ... particular morning music starts as a pulse and affects each member of the fami… Read more

71 FRAGMENTS OF A CHRONOLOGY OF CHANCE (Michael Haneke, 1994)
... ... Vienna, Christmas Eve, 1993. A nineteen year old student randomly shoots several people. Framed as a mystery, 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance unfolds in five asymmetrical chapters that… Read more

72 HOUR PROJECT (MA15+) (, 2004)
A team of Irish filmmakers are setting out to make a cinema-quality feature film in just 72 hours. ... The Ballad of Des & Mo is a romantic comedy that will be made on the fly on location in Melbourn… Read more

7UP (Michael Apted, 1963)
The original film that began Michael Apted's lifelong obsession to follow the lives of 14 seven-year-olds documented at seven year intervals. (28UP his latest instalment, is also being screened at th… Read more

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