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This sequel is every bit as dramatic and tense as the first film, with a second election creating an even more tangled web of violence and deceit.
Herzog mixes documentary footage with an alien fantasy for a lyrical, haunting and often amusing look at space travel.
An unsettling analysis of how vital information was kept from the public through control of movie newsreels in the 1930s.
Buddhist monks are ordained on a mountain in Tibet and in an Austrian exhibition hall in Herzog's beautifully observed documentary.
In 1914, Canada turned away a ship carrying 376 Sikh immigrants - this multi-layered essay looks at the widely felt consequences of that refusal.
The inspiration for this month's Charade event, a stylish, chilling tale adapted from Ray Bradbury's novel, with Oskar Werner and Julie Christie.
US Air Force pilot Dieter Dengler returns to the jungles where he survived as a POW during Vietnam in this astonishing documentary.
Floating over a rainforest in Guyana, Herzog looks for rare animals and plants, and finds a fascinating combination of images, characters, places and ideas.
See this previously unreleased cop classic from Hong Kong director Johnnie To before his new film Exiled comes out this summer.
The grassroots of Venezuela speak openly and critically about their experiences during Chavez's 'Bolivarian revolution'.