A FLICKERING TRUTH (12A) 2015 AFGHANISTAN BRETTKELLY, PIETRA £19.99
This Dari-language documentary follows a group of Afghan film enthusiasts as they attempt to recover over 8000 hours of film footage which had been concealed during Taliban rule.
BEHEMOTH (E) 2015 CHINA ZHAO, LIANG £15.99
The film looks at how China’s growing industrialism and productivity has altered the environmental and social landscape of the surrounding regions by focussing on the Inner Mongolia’s coal mines and iron works.
BLUE SUEDE SHOES (E) 1980 £12.99
A documentary on 50s rock ‘n’ roll, including rare footage of Gene Vincent, Billy Fury, Eddie Cochran, Bill Haley, Cliff Richard and Tommy Steele.
THE DIVIDE (E) 2016 ROUND, KATHARINE £14.99
Examining current economic and social trends in the context of real lives from a variety of backgrounds, the documentary follows a Wall Street psychologist, a woman on a zero-hours contract and the resident of a neighbourhood in which violent crime is escalating.
ELSTREE 1976 2015 SPIRA, JON £15.99
Film which tells the stories of some of the actors and extras who held minor roles in the acclaimed sci-fi film ‘Star Wars Episode IV – A New Hope’ (1977).
THE FOUNDERS (E) 2016 FISK,C/SCHRADER,C £17.99
Documentary on the emergence of the Ladies Professional Golf Association in the 1940s in the face of strong discrimination and sexism.
KAMPAI!: FOR THE SAKE OF LOVE (PG) 2015 KONISH,I MIRAI £19.99
A look at the traditional and secretive world of the Japanese alcoholic drink sake.
THE KILLING OF AMERICA (18) 1981 RENAN,S/SCHRADER, L £14.99
The film examines the senseless violence prevalent in American society between the 1960s and the 1980s and looks at a number of high-profile gun-related deaths.
THE LAND OF THE ENLIGHTENED (15) 2016 DE PUE, PIETER-JAN £19.99
Pieter-Jan De Pue co-writes and directs this documentary which looks at gangs of tribal children as they attempt to make a living in the remote countryside of war-torn Afghanistan.
THE LOVERS AND THE DESPOT (15) 2016 ADAM,R/CANNAN, R £17.99
In 1978 two of the biggest stars in South Korean cinema, Shin and Choi, were abducted by North Korean agents. This documentary looks at how this abduction was part of Kim Jong-il’s plan to revolutionise the North Korean film industry. While in North Korea, Shin and Choi were befriended by Kim and provided with all the resources needed to make a number of new movies.
MING OF HARLEM – TWENTY ONE STOREYS IN THE AIR (U) 2014 WARNELL, PHILLIP £22.99
Documentary about the relationship between humans and wild animals kept as pets, focusing on Harlem resident Antoine Yates and Ming, his pet tiger.
NOTES ON BLINDNESS (U) 2016 MIDDLETON, P/SPINNEY,J £15.99
Documentary focussing on the audio diaries of British writer and theologian John Hull in which he recorded his experience with blindness.
STRETCH AND BOBBITO – RADIO THAT CHANGED LIVES (15) 2015 GARCIA, BOBBITO £19.99
Music documentary about the 1990s hip hop radio show ‘Stretch and Bobbito’, which became groundbreaking for the number of unknown musical acts it brought to mainstream attention including Jay-Z and Eminem.
UK GOLD (E) 2015 DONNE, MARK £15.99
Journalist Mark Donne looks at the UK’s tax avoidance industry and the role played by the City of London.
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