Blockbuster of the Week
Stephanie Patrick is devastated by the deaths of her family in a plane crash, which should have also claimed her life. She numbs the guilt and grief with alcohol and anonymous sex. At her lowest ebb, Stephanie meets tenacious journalist Keith Proctor, who reveals the crash was caused by a bomb. Hungry for justice, Stephanie entreats a former MI6 operative codenamed B to mould her into a lean, mean killing machine, capable of hunting the people responsible for the explosive device.
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Drama Choice Of The Week
Editor Ellen commissions award-winning investigative reporter Lloyd Vogel to write an article on beloved children’s TV host Fred Rogers for a forthcoming issue on inspirational people. “He was the only person on our list willing to be interviewed by you,” she explains. Wearing his trademark cynicism as a badge of honour, Lloyd sits down to interview Fred. As Lloyd spends more time with his subject, the writer is compelled to address deep fissures in the relationship with his father.
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Critic’s Choice Of The Week
Ephraim Winslow arrives on an isolated island. He will serve the next four weeks as lighthouse keeper alongside a cantankerous old coot called Thomas Wake, who makes mysterious night-time visits to the lantern room. There is friction between the two men as Wake delegates the most physically gruelling and arduous tasks to Ephraim such as carrying heavy canisters of kerosene across the island’s rocky terrain. As tensions rise, Ephraim experiences hypnotic visions of a beautiful mermaid.
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In 1938, Filipino President Manuel L Quezon receives a plea to grant visas to Jewish refugees from Europe. At that time, the archipelago is under American rule and Quezon will have to jump through bureaucratic hoops to realise his goal of welcoming 10,000 refugees to the Philippines...Find Quezon's Game in the cinemas
In 1996, Richard Jewell is proud to work as a security guard at the 26th Summer Olympics in his home city of Atlanta. During a concert in Centennial Park on the middle weekend of the Games, Jewell spots an unattended bag and raises the alarm. His decisive action saves countless lives...Find Richard Jewell in the cinemas
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In Sudan, the culture of cinema-going has almost died out. Four retired directors travels around the country with a video projector and laptop, staging free screenings in town squares. The filmmakers are encouraged to expand their plans and rejuvenate a theatre in the city of Omdourman...Find Talking About Trees in the cinemas