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London Film Festival 2006

New British Cinema - London Film Festival 2006

Period, schmeriod. New British Cinema is shrugging off the wigs for truthful looks at racist tension, orthodox jews and a Britain that is unafraid of the modern world.

Here are the films:
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  • 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep (UK 2006)
  • Almost Adult (UK-Germany 2006)
  • Best Mates (UK 2006)
  • Black Gold (UK 2006)
  • Blindsight (UK 2006)
  • Bro9 (UK 2006)
  • Chicken Soup (UK 2006)
  • Explosions (UK 2006)
  • Ghosts (UK 2006)
  • The Lives of the Saints (UK 2006)
  • Love Story (UK 2006)
  • Mash Up (UK 2006)
  • Mischief Night (UK 2006)
  • Scott Walker: 30 Century Man (UK-USA 2006)
  • Small Engine Repair (UK-Ireland 2006)

    Main Menu:

    French Revolutions Cinema Europa
    Carole Bouquet in Aurore. Studio: France Televisions Dark Blue Almost Black. Tesela P.C.
    World Cinema Short Cuts and Animation
    The Masseur. Directed by Brillante Mendoza Rabbits and Bears. Directed by Hyo-Jeong Kim
    Experimenta Treasures from the Archives
    Wild Tigers I Have Known. Directed by Cam Archer The Tower of Silence (Der Turm des Schweigens). Directed by Dr Johannes Guter
    Galas and Special Screenings Film on the Square
    Climates (Iklimler). Directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan Princess. Directed by Anders Morgenthaler
    New British Cinema Opening and Closing Nights
    Black Gold. Directed by Marc Francis, Nick Francis Brad Pitt in Babel. Paramount Pictures and Paramount Classics present an Anonymous Content production, an Una produccion de Zeta Film, and a Central Films production. Written by Guillermo Arriaga. Directed and produced by Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu. Photo Credit: Murray Close

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