A fantastic collection of films this year included Wong-kar Wai's 'In The Mood For Love', Christopher Nolan's head-bending 'Memento', kiwi Christine Jeff's sublime 'Rain' and Christopher Guest's gentle doggie satire 'Best in Show'. 'Songs from the Second Floor' was described as 'Short Cuts' meets 'Night of the Living Dead', 'Series 7: The Contenders' took reality TV to the next level and 'Amores Perros' was an astonishing feature debut for Mexican Alejandro Inarritu. And not forgetting Joel Schumacher's 'Tigerland', Australian thriller, 'The Bank' and the revelatory documentary 'One Day in September'.
Aka "For My Sister", "Fat Girl". Disturbing, sexually graphic and violent French drama about an overweight 13-year-old Parisian girl who feels ostraci... Read more
"Basquiat" director Julian Schnabel brings to the screen another doomed creative genius on the fringes of his society - gay Cuban poet Reinaldo Arenas... Read more
'Best in Show' follows five teams of pedigree-pup owners and their canine companions in competitions for the blue ribbon at the prestigious US nationa... Read more
Josh (David Wenham) and Cin (Susie Porter) meet at a party. She's a dressmaker, he's a photographer for National Geographic. In no time at all they ar... Read more