The seductive, subversive sound of David Lynch’s Blue Velvet

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Exploring the director’s use and manipulation of music in his 30-year-old masterpiece.

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In a landscape of total celebrity saturation, is this enigmatic Hollywood icon is the last of the pure movie stars?

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Baden Baden

By Catherine Karellis

A surprisingly moving summertime drama from first-time French writer/director Rachel Lang.

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Aloys

By Anton Bitel

Swiss director Tobias Nölle stuns with this haunting feature debut about alienation and hope.

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A Good American

By Lauren Thompson

Could a mass wiretapping programme have prevented the attacks on the World Trade Centre?

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The Girl with All the Gifts

By Anton Bitel

A new star rises in Sennia Nanua who plays a preteen zombie who’s still showing signs of life.

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Little Men

By Trevor Johnston

Writer/director Ira Sachs strikes movie gold with this everyday epic about the making of masculinity.

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Imperium

By Adam Woodward

Daniel Radcliffe goes deep undercover in this thrilling neo-Nazi themed procedural.

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