Films 2014

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  • 36

    • 28 Jun 19:55
    • 29 Jun 14:40
    • Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit /
    • Thailand /
    • 2012 /
    • 68 mins

    How do we save memories in the digital era?

  • A World Not Ours (Alam Laysa Lana)

    • 21 Jun 18:20
    • 23 Jun 15:00
    • Mahdi Fleifel /
    • UK, Lebanon, UAE, Denmark /
    • 2012 /
    • 93 mins
  • Beijing Flickers (You-Zhing)

    • 20 Jun 18:10
    • 22 Jun 18:00
    • Zhang Yuan /
    • China /
    • 2012 /
    • 96 mins
  • Big Boy

    • 24 Jun 18:20
    • 30 Jun 17:00
    • Shireen Seno /
    • Philippines /
    • 2012 /
    • 89 mins

    What’s so good about growth at any cost?

  • Burned Wings

    • 27 Jun 18:15
    • 29 Jun 16:55
    • Zheng Kuo, Sun Yang /
    • Hong Kong, China /
    • 2013 /
    • 105 mins

    The mean streets of China.

  • Celluloid Man

    • 30 Jun 14:55
    • Shivendra Singh Dungarpur /
    • India /
    • 2012 /
    • 150 mins

    The love of cinema is distilled to its essence in this wondrous film.

  • Comrade Kim Goes Flying

    • 22 Jun 19:40
    • 27 Jun 20:35
    • Anja Daelemans, Nicholas Bonner, Kim Gwang-hun /
    • Belgium, UK, North Korea /
    • 2012 /
    • 81 mins

    A candy-coloured view of life and dreams in the Hermit Kingdom.

  • Constructors (Stroiteli)

    • 21 Jun 21:50
    • 23 Jun 19:45
    • Adilkhan Yerzhanov /
    • Kazakhstan /
    • 2012 /
    • 67 mins

    A family race to build a house before their land is confiscated.

  • Emperor Visits the Hell (Tang huang you di fu)

    • 26 Jun 18:15
    • 29 Jun 19:45
    • Li Lou /
    • China, Canada /
    • 2012 /
    • 71 mins

    A unique experiment in mixing fantasy with real life.

  • Everybody’s Gone (Vse ushli)

    • 20 Jun 18:20
    • 22 Jun 16:45
    • Georgy Paradzhanov /
    • Russia, Georgia, Czech Republic /
    • 2012 /
    • 124 mins

    A remembered world of wonder comes alive.

  • Fat Shaker (Larzanandeye Charbi)

    • 22 Jun 15:15
    • 23 Jun 17:40
    • Mohammad Shirvani /
    • Iran /
    • 2013 /
    • 84 mins

    An audacious shocker from Iran.

  • From Tehran to London (Az Tehran Be London)

    • 22 Jun 20:15
    • 23 Jun 15:00
    • Mania Akbari /
    • Iran /
    • 2012 /
    • 45 mins

    The lives, loves and poetry of women.

  • I Catch a Terrible Cat (Koppidoi neko)

    • 21 Jun 20:20
    • 26 Jun 20:15
    • Rikiya Imaizumi /
    • Japan /
    • 2012 /
    • 130 mins

    A web of love affairs, a comedy of errors.

  • I.D.

    • 22 Jun 17:25
    • 23 Jun 12:45
    • Kamal KM /
    • India /
    • 2012 /
    • 87 mins

    What would we see if we looked more closely at the lives of people who work for us?

  • Infiltrators (Mutasalilun)

    • 24 Jun 18:15
    • 26 Jun 18:20
    • Khaled Jarrar /
    • Palestine, UAE, Lebanon /
    • 2013 /
    • 70 mins

    A gripping and exciting film on the ongoing struggle of people against a wall.

  • Jiseul (Ji-seul)

    • 26 Jun 18:00
    • 28 Jun 18:15
    • O Muel /
    • South Korea /
    • 2012 /
    • 109 mins

    A poetic recreation of a long-hidden tragedy.

  • Juvenile Offender (Beom-joe so-nyeon)

    • 24 Jun 18:00
    • 26 Jun 20:35
    • Kang Yi-kwan /
    • South Korea /
    • 2012 /
    • 108 mins

    Is there a future for the family?

  • Keep Smiling (Gaigimet)

    • 28 Jun 18:20
    • 29 Jun 19:05
    • Rusudan Chkonia /
    • Georgia, France, Luxembourg /
    • 2012 /
    • 91 mins

    Competing for the ‘Georgia Mother 2010’ prize, ten women are pushed to their limits…

  • Lilou’s Adventure (Lilou no bouken)

    • 23 Jun 14:50
    • 25 Jun 18:10
    • Izuru Kumasaka /
    • Japan /
    • 2012 /
    • 117 mins

    A surrealistic story of two children’s journey across Japan.

  • Longing for the Rain (Chunmeng)

    • 24 Jun 20:35
    • 25 Jun 20:55
    • 25 Jun 20:55
    • Yang Lina /
    • Hong Kong /
    • 2013 /
    • 98 mins

    A daring erotic ghost story from China.

  • Lukas the Strange (Lukas Nino)

    • 26 Jun 18:30
    • 30 Jun 19:00
    • John Torres /
    • Philippines /
    • 2013 /
    • 82 mins

    An adolescent is plunged into a realm of mystery, legend and dreams.

  • Motorway (Che sau)

    • 27 Jun 21:00
    • 30 Jun 20:30
    • Pou-Soi Cheang /
    • Hong Kong /
    • 2012 /
    • 90 mins

    ‘Did you get this job so you could speed legally?’

  • National Security (Namyeong-dong 1985)

    • 23 Jun 21:30
    • 30 Jun 17:15
    • Chung Ji-young /
    • South Korea /
    • 2012 /
    • 106 mins

    The anatomy of inhumanity.

  • Once I Entered a Garden

    • 27 Jun 18:10
    • 29 Jun 21:15
    • Avi Mograbi /
    • France, Israel, Switzerland /
    • 2012 /
    • 97 mins

    A moving and personal take on the Palestinian/Israeli conflict from Israel’s foremost documentarian.

  • People’s Park

    • 21 Jun 18:05
    • 22 Jun 19:15
    • Libbie D Cohn, J P Sniadecki /
    • USA, China /
    • 2012 /
    • 78 mins

    A joyful walk through a park.

  • Pluto (Myungwangsung)

    • 22 Jun 14:25
    • 24 Jun 20:30
    • Shin Su-won /
    • South Korea /
    • 2012 /
    • 114 mins

    When academic competition goes too far.

  • Seconds of Lead (Sanye Haye Sorbi)

    • 23 Jun 20:00
    • 24 Jun 21:50
    • Seyed Reza Razavi /
    • Iran /
    • 2012 /
    • 70 mins

    A warmly engaging gem of a film about a projectionist, a massacre, memory, guilt and cinema.

  • Shanghai

    • 25 Jun 18:05
    • 27 Jun 20:45
    • Dibakar Banerjee /
    • India /
    • 2012 /
    • 110 mins

    A thrilling political drama from one of India’s top new directors.

  • Six Acts (Shesh peamim)

    • 27 Jun 18:20
    • 29 Jun 17:30
    • Jonathan Gurfinkel /
    • Israel /
    • 2012 /
    • 96 mins

    The typical uncertainties of adolescence spiral into sexual exploitation.

  • Taboor

    • 21 Jun 18:00
    • 25 Jun 19:45
    • Vahid Vakilifar /
    • Iran /
    • 2012 /
    • 84 mins

    Indescribably strange Iranian sci-fi, following a lone exterminator through a single mysterious night.

  • The Berlin File

    • 23 Jun 15:55
    • 25 Jun 18:00
    • 30 Jun 20:15
    • Ryoo Seung-wan /
    • South Korea /
    • 2013 /
    • 120 mins

    State-of-the-art thrills from a master action director.

  • The Complex (Kuroyuri danchi)

    • 22 Jun 21:45
    • 25 Jun 20:40
    • Hideo Nakata /
    • Japan /
    • 2013 /
    • 106 mins

    A master of Japanese horror returns.

  • The Obscured Histories and Silent Longings of Daguluan's Children

    • 22 Jun 17:10
    • 30 Jun 20:50
    • Gutierrez Mangansakan II /
    • Philippines /
    • 2012 /
    • 96 mins

    Myth and reality mingle in an isolated village.

  • The Way We Dance (Kwong Mo Pai)

    • 22 Jun 12:40
    • 23 Jun 17:15
    • Adam Wong /
    • Hong Kong /
    • 2013 /
    • 110 mins

    ‘How far are you willing to go for dance?’

  • Three Sisters (San Zimei)

    • 29 Jun 16:20
    • Wang Bing /
    • France, Hong Kong /
    • 2012 /
    • 153 mins

    The resilience of childhood amid extreme poverty.

  • Up & Away

    • 26 Jun 18:25
    • 29 Jun 14:20
    • Karzan Kader /
    • Sweden, Finland, Iraq /
    • 2012 /
    • 92 mins

    Two brothers embark on a journey from Kurdistan to America to meet Superman... on a donkey.

  • Virgin Forest (Wonsirim)

    • 25 Jun 20:30
    • 27 Jun 18:15
    • Lee Hyun-jung /
    • South Korea /
    • 2012 /
    • 73 mins

    A clash of views on the past.

  • When Night Falls (Wo Hai You Hua Yao Shuo)

    • 20 Jun 21:55
    • 22 Jun 12:35
    • Ying Liang /
    • South Korea, China /
    • 2012 /
    • 70 mins

    Injustice exposed through a mother’s love and sorrow.

  • Yumen

    • 21 Jun 20:05
    • 23 Jun 13:45
    • J P Sniadecki, Huang Xiang, Xu Ruotao /
    • China, USA /
    • 2013 /
    • 65 mins

    A playful and poetic visit to a Chinese ghost town.