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Films In 2011

WHEN A CITY FALLS (Gerard Smyth, 2011)
“Grippingly emotional. Heartbreaking, humbling and inspiring.” - TVNZ ... When a City Falls documents the effects of the two earthquakes that rocked Christchurch in 2010 and 2011. Made for the bi… Read more

WILD BILL (Dexter Fletcher, 2011)
“Why can't all British crime dramas be so well written and acted, and have a splash of comedy as confident as this?” - The Guardian ... Released from jail, "Wild" Bill Hayward returns home to a S… 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

Winter Poem (Rok Predin, 2011)
A mischievous spirit torments a soldier lost in the woods, in this visual poem filled with mythology, folklore and magic. ... D/S Rok Predin P Richard Barnett WS Trunk Animation L no dialogue TD digi… Read more

WINTER'S DAUGHTER (Johannes Schmid, 2011)
A touching story about a young girl determined to track down her biological father. ... Eleven-year-old Kattaka is celebrating Christmas with her parents when an unexpected phone call turns her world… Read more

WUNDERKINDER (Marcus Rosenmüller, 2011)
“Political systems devour people. Individual struggle is all that's left.” ... In a Ukraine torn between Hitler and Stalin, three children united by their love of music must protect each other in… 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

X (Jon Hewitt, 2011)
A jaded call-girl. A fledgling hooker. The night from hell. ... The seedy underbelly of Sydney's red-light district becomes a violently dangerous place in filmmaker Jon Hewitt's X, the much-awaited f… Read more

Yasmine (Karim Bengana, 2011)
While Sarah is trying to conceive a child, she uncovers the confronting truth about her parents - retired activists from the Algerian communist party - and her own identity. ... Screens with The Rest… Read more

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

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

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

¡VIVAN LAS ANTIPODAS! (Victor Kossakovsky, 2011)
“Constructed around an elegantly simple idea but executed with grace and ingenuity.” - Variety ... What would happen if you drilled a tunnel straight through the centre of the earth? It's a fanta… Read more

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