Thought-provoking and absurd, Damien Powers' Sell Mum Into Slavery sees the award-winner tackle the big, global questions from religion to consumerism to politics.
Based on the award winning stand-up of writer and star, Ivan Aristeguieta, Lost in Pronunciation follows the arrival in Australia of a Venezuelan comedian, Ivan, whose heart is set on breaking into the local comedy scene.
Denzel Washington is an actor who was fully formed from the beginning. Cry Freedom showed an ability that would shine through in Glory and Malcolm X, yet no one can take you to the dark side better than him.
From literally the first second she stepped on to a movie set, Cameron Diaz has been a face to watch in Hollywood, and a force to be reckoned with.
Tall, good-looking, mean and vulnerable, Bradley Cooper's career started in TV, but he's now a movie superstar.
Join Joel Creasey at The Montreal Comedy Gala featuring Jeff Goldblum, Carrie Fisher, Nathan Lane, Adam Hills, Dave Hughes. Jimmy Carr, Celia Pacquola and many more hilarious comics.
A fascinating look at the cinematic genius of Alfred Hitchcock. Briefly covering much of his early British works, the film primarily focuses on his American classics, such as Shadow of a Doubt, Notorious, Rear Window, Vertigo, Psycho and The Birds. The movie also covers his television years and neatly examines the Hitchcock signature touches, from his inevitable brief cameo to his famous MacGuffin. Kevin Spacey narrates, and there are interviews with his delightful daughter Pat as well as such film directors as Brian De Palma, Jonathan Demme, Curtis Hanson, Robert Altman, Ronald Neame and Peter Bogdanovich, along with cast and crew members Tippi Hedren, Joseph Stefano, Norman Lloyd, Robert F. Boyle, Teresa Wright and Janet Leigh.
BAFTA, British Comedy Award and Rose d'Or winner David Walliams returns to the sketch comedy show format in this laugh-packed spectacular with rib-tickling skits and spoofs. Joanna Lumley guest stars.
Hollow Crowns looks at the subject of Shakespeare's great tragedies Hamlet, Macbeth and King Lear - kingship. He lived through the reigns of two extraordinary monarchs: Elizabeth I and James I. Elizabeth was a consummate royal performer in decline. James was an eccentric intellectual who had an obsession with witchcraft and believed he was God's deputy on earth. Shakespeare's theatre company often played at court so he was able to observe the frailty, vanity and folly of kings first hand, this firing his obsession with what lay behind the mask of royalty. In his tragedies Shakespeare stripped away that mask to show kings murdering their way to the throne and going mad. Somehow, he got away with it. Hollow Crowns explores how in his great tragedies he revealed profound truths not just about kings and queens, but about the rest of us too.
Matthew Lochner is on a journey to create his own superhero concept complete with a trailer. Along the way, Matthew enlists the help of Stephen Amell (Arrow), David Hayter (X-Men) and Lloyd Kaufman (The Troma Empire, Toxic Avenger) to understand what it means to be a superhero, what's behind the genre, and what it means to fans while uncovering glimpses of what drives them in their careers.
Michele Placido's film tells of a love triangle set against the political turmoil and student protests in Italy in the late 1960s. Nicola, a young good-looking policeman, finds himself assigned to infiltrate the student protest movement. But before long, he falls in love with Laura, a key protester rallying against the government. Nominated for the Golden Lion at the 2009 Venice Film Festival. Stars Riccardo Scamarcio, Jasmine Trinca and Laura Morante.
Luca is ready to put everything at risk to get his revenge: his position within the Mani Pulite task force is compromised. Pietro has to renege on his own self to save his relationship with Veronica.
Di Pietro and the Mani Pulite team involve Prime Minister Bettino Craxi as a prime suspect in their investigation. Everyone is confronted with extreme choices. It all builds up to a final judgement day: he who is willing to pay the most terrible price will win.
Assigned to protect a small town in Vietnam, Dao arrives to fight against the crime boss; but soon his past catches up with him, threatening to destroy the cherished village.
Accomplished editor Matthew Hannam (Sensitive Skin) sets off to Northern Ontario with his mentors, Don McKellar (Sensitive Skin) and Bruce McDonald (Hard Core Logo), to create a documentary about their careers. Along the way, the two legends explore the iconic power of the Canadian road movie.
As prosecutor Di Pietro finds out, a spy hides within his Mani Pulite investigation team. Leo is close to fulfilling his political hopes and dreams, but he undergoes a crisis of faith.
In apparent summer calm, the old political establishment is hard at work on a major counterattack. Meanwhile, the main characters have to face the uneasy consequences of their ambitions.
Vincenzo Natali (Cube, Splice, Hannibal) takes us through a demonstration of world building step-by-step from conceptualising a project from scratch to a fully realised creation. Graeme Manson (Orphan Black), Michael Hogan (Battlestar Galactica, Fargo), Astronaut and Space-X Engineer Garrett Reisman, and Jesse Wente all weigh in on the genre and the critical point at which science meets fiction. The cyclical conversation of fiction informing scientific creativity and science inspiring art is explored.
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