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As Allen Ginsberg talks about his life and art, his most famous poem is illustrated in animation while the obscenity trial of the work is dramatized.

The Girl On The Train

A drama centered on a young woman who claims she was the target of an anti-Semetic attack and the subsequent media sensation it creates.

Interview With Ondi Timoner

It is not everyday that you get to interview a documentary maker, in the backdrop of the Royal Academy, with the sound of a paint canister being sling-shot across a room and hitting a bare wall, every ten minutes, modern art, right? But even this oddity is probably mild for Ondi Timoner, director of DiG! […]

Un Prophete

A young Arab man is sent to a French prison where he becomes a mafia kingpin.

Wah Do Dem

Max lives in Brooklyn. He enjoys playing soccer, skateboarding, and drinking with his friends at local bars. Last summer he and his girlfriend, Willow, won a free cruise to Jamaica but two days before the trip she dumps him cold. When his friends flake, Max winds up alone on the high seas, navigating the crowds of gray-haired cruisers. Over the course of several days he flirts with the staff photographer, drinks cocktails with the boat's celebrity juggler and has several strange encounters with the only other loner.

La Danse – The Paris Opera Ballet

The film follows the production of seven ballets by the Paris Opera Ballet.

Enter The Void

An American drug dealer living in Tokyo is betrayed by his best friend and killed in a drug deal gone bad. His soul, observing the repercussions of his death, seeks resurrection.

Interview with Charlyne Yi and Nick Jasenovec

Comedienne-musician-writer-artist-actress, is there anything uber-geek Charlyne Yi can’t do? In her charming mock-umentary, Yi travels across the United States quizzing the young and old on the most puzzling of questions: does love exist. Showing at The Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival, I got to have a heart-to-heart with both Charlyne and director (and Yi’s […]

We Live In Public

A documentary focusing on the life of dot-com entrepreneur Josh Harris, and his exploits over the last decade.

Shed Your Tears And Walk Away

Real-life drama about why, in a beautiful and quirky rural town, film- maker Jez Lewis' childhood friends are killing themselves. Beginning with a personal quest for understanding, the film moves into a year-long drama of human tragedy and redemption as principal character Cass comes to terms with his own mortality and attempts to lift himself out of his cycle of self-destruction. This core narrative carves an upward arc through an intimate study of a place often described as paradise, but which harbours an undertow of lethal hedonism and disillusionment. As people continue to kill themselves during the making of the film, a maelstrom of conflicting values throws up unexpected truths about the human condition.


During the First Lebanon War in 1982, a lone tank and a paratroopers platoon are dispatched to search a hostile town.


Intent on shaking up the ultimate 'sacred cow' for Jews, Israeli director Yoav Shamir embarks on a provocative - and at times irreverent - quest to answer the question, "What is anti-Semitism today?"