Film Archive

Genocidal Organ

By 2022 the War on Terror has evolved following the terrorist destruction of Sarajevo by a homemade nuclear device. Developed countries like America have become insular with civil
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Kaleidoscope

Carl has had bad nights and bad mornings before. It’s a year since he was released from prison and he no longer drinks. “It sends me off,” he
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Tom of Finland

Screening at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and introduced to the capacity crowd by director Dome Karukoski, the story of Touko Laaksonen is one of contradictions, an artist
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Pilgrimage

In Cappadocia in 55AD, in what is now known as Turkey, a man was dragged by ropes across sand strewn with broken rocks then thrown down as his
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The Farthest

The laws of physics are universal; it has taken thousands of years to extrapolate them from the evidence of the everyday, but they govern the motion of objects
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The Mummy

Three thousand years ago Ahmanet, princess of Egypt, due to inherit the power of the Pharaoh, discovered that power is not given, it must be taken. Threatened with
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