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  • All That Heaven Allows

    • 26 Jun 16:45
    • Douglas Sirk /
    • United States of America /
    • 1955 /
    • 88 mins

    A Douglas Sirk classic of love crossing the divide.

  • American Torso (Amerikai anzix)

    • 18 Jun 13:00
    • Gábor Bódy /
    • Hungary /
    • 1975 /
    • 91 mins

    EIFF 2011 guest creator, Béla Tarr described Hungarian filmmaker Gàbor Bódy as 'one of the highest mountains in Hungarian film history’. This is the postmodern filmmaker at his most experimental.

  • Blue

    • 23 Jun 17:45
    • Derek Jarman /
    • United Kingdom, Japan /
    • 1993 /
    • 79 mins

    Evocative and emotionally resonant, the last great work from a true master of his art.

  • Deep End

    • 26 Jun 14:45
    • Jerzy Skolimowski /
    • Germany, United States of America /
    • 1970 /
    • 91 mins

    Psychosexual thriller, starring Jane Asher, showing the darker side to swinging London.

  • Frontline Club: Martin Bell presents Salvador

    • 25 Jun 12:15
    • Oliver Stone /
    • United Kingdom, United States of America /
    • 1986 /
    • 122 mins
  • Mysterious Object at Noon (Dokfa nai meuman)

    • Apichatpong Weerasethakul /
    • Thailand /
    • 2000 /
    • 83 mins

    The fugue-like first feature from the celebrated Thai indie, which set out the stall of this most inspiring film maverick.

  • Passion (Szenvedély)

    • 18 Jun 15:00
    • György Fehér /
    • Hungary /
    • 1998 /
    • 155 mins

    An adaptation of James M. Cains' classic The Postman Always Rings Twice, set in Hungary in the 1930s.

  • Stranger Than Paradise

    • Jim Jarmusch /
    • United States of America, Germany /
    • 1984 /
    • 89 mins

    Super indie deadpan comedy about America, as seen through the eyes of strangers.

  • The Adventures of Gerard

    • 25 Jun 15:30
    • Jerzy Skolimowski /
    • United Kingdom, Switzerland, Italy /
    • 1969 /
    • 91 mins

    British adventure comedy based on comic short stories The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard by Arthur Conan Doyle.

  • The Angelic Conversation

    • 25 Jun 17:45
    • Derek Jarman /
    • United Kingdom /
    • 1987 /
    • 80 mins

    Dame Judi Dench narrates and John Balance of Coil provides the score for this beautiful, lyrical homage to homosexual love.

  • The Last of England

    • 24 Jun 20:00
    • Derek Jarman /
    • United Kingdom, Germany /
    • 1988 /
    • 91 mins

    Jarman’s impassioned comment on life in Thatcher’s Britain.

  • The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema

    • 25 Jun 19:30
    • Sophie Fiennes /
    • United Kingdom, Austria, Netherlands /
    • 2006 /
    • 150 mins

    An exhilarating ride through some of the greatest movies ever made, starring contemporary philosophy’s own rock ‘n’ roller.

  • The Round-Up (Szegénylegények)

    • Miklós Jancsó /
    • Hungary /
    • 90 mins

    An intense exploration of a dark period of Hungarian history - the detention of political dissidents challenging the nineteenth century totalitarian Austrian regime.

  • The Saddest Music in the World

    • Guy Maddin /
    • Canada /
    • 2003 /
    • 100 mins

    Beer filled glass prostheses, sage tape worms, and a grainy expressionist aesthetic: it’s the beloved masterpiece from the Winnipeg master, to whom we doff our caps this year.

  • The Shout

    • 26 Jun 13:00
    • Jerzy Skolimowski /
    • United Kingdom /
    • 1978 /
    • 85 mins

    Skolimowski’s acclaimed, garlanded British adaptation of a Robert Graves’ short story, is his most unabashedly surreal work.