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An essential and explosive documentary about the Ukrainian civil riots and protest movement.


Kim Longinotto’s inspirational documentary about a Chicago charity worker who helps vulnerable prostitutes leave the industry.

Two Days, One Night

Marion Cotillard stars in this acclaimed drama.

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Every week we publish a list of 10 great films, all of which are available to view in the UK.

    • 10 great films with little or no dialogue

      Winner of the best film award at last year's BFI London Film Festival, the unique and uncompromising The Tribe joins a small but special body of films that involve hardly any dialogue, relying on the purely visual nature of cinema.

      Leigh Singer
      30 April 2015

    • 10 essential Polish film directors

      Your guide to the very best filmmakers to come from Poland, many of whose films can be seen during BFI Southbank's current Masterpieces of Polish Cinema season.

      Michael Brooke
      27 April 2015

    • 10 great Italian films of the 1960s

      As many a film director's favourite film, Fellini's grand opus 8½, returns to cinemas, we round up 10 more masterpieces from what was a golden age for Italian cinema: the 1960s.

      Pasquale Iannone
      23 April 2015

    • 10 great New York noirs

      With the classic thriller Cry of the City, filmed on the streets of Little Italy, back in cinemas, we take a walk on the wild side with 10 of the best film noirs set in New York.

      Samuel Wigley
      16 April 2015

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