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  • Requiem for a Village

    Requiem for a Village

    The idyllic, rural past of a Suffolk village is explored through the memories of an old man in this lyrical, poetic film from filmmaker and painter David Gladwell.

  • Black Five

    Black Five

    This affecting, independently produced documentary celebrates the soon–to–decommissioned ‘black fives’ and the last days of steam.

  • The Moon over the Alley

    The Moon over the Alley

    The multicultural residents of a ramshackle boarding house face multiple problems in this intricate ensemble drama.

  • Distant Voices Still Lives

    Distant Voices Still Lives

    Post-war working-class Liverpool life is impressionistically evoked in Terence Davies’ two-part film, by turns lyrical, humorous and horrific.

  • Herostratus

    Herostratus

    This audacious and prescient work left a profound mark on the landscape of late-1960s British cinema, with elements of its visual style evident in the work of Stanley Kubrick and Nicolas Roeg.

  • Who Cares

    Who Cares

    Who Cares, the first film by documentary provocateur Nick Broomfield (Juvenile Liaison, Kurt and Courtney, Ghosts), listens to the voices of Liverpudlians being rehoused from inner-city terraces to suburban high-rise estates.

  • Dream A40

    Michael Billington and Nicholas Wright play a young gay couple whose relationship is put to the test as a road trip takes a sinister turn.

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