Highlights from this year's festivals include Neil LaBute's searing black comedy 'In the Company of Men', the Coen brothers' 'The Big Lebowski' and Martin Scorsese's Tibetan ode, 'Kundun'. Gary Oldman made his directing debut with the intense 'Nil By Mouth' and the understated Australian thriller 'The Interview' showcased Hugo Weaving's great talent. Special mention also for the lyrical comedy/drama, 'Lawn Dogs', Tony Gatlif's 'Gadjo Dilo' and the deeply and delightfully weird, 'Gummo'.
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