Previously at the ICA
Dumont's lean, powerful debut uses non-professional actors to depict disaffected young people in northern France.
Dumont's second feature is a troubling look at the reactions to a murder in a quiet French town.
A Poe classic brought to the screen by director Roger Corman and his dream horror team of Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff.
A dark carnival of jet-black humour, out-there set pieces and vivid imagery that suggests a collision between David Lynch, the Chapman brothers and Monty Python.
One of the great music documentaries of recent years, zooming in on one of the great musicians of recent decades.
A moving documentary about a family in India and Darlington, two super-8 cameras and the cine-letters they sent.
The Taxidermia director's debut - a darkly magical look under the surface of life in a small Hungarian village.
A girl sells her virginity on Ebay, and a young film student makes a film about it that provides more questions than answers.
Director John Maringouin's Faustian confrontation with his estranged father Johnny Roe, a reclusive New Orleans painter who once tried to kill him. Startling, bold and intense.
A feast of national and international work from student and independent filmmakers.