A glimpse into the intimate relationship between a stripper and her customer.
Me & Alan
These five women are all in love with the same man. Here, they explore their shared passion for the man of their dreams.
Sick of taking responsibility for the shitty things that have happened to you in your life? Help is on the way, in the virginal and strangely vacant form of three Bible-thumping teenage exorcists from Phoenix, Arizona.
Every year for a week in August, a group of amateur rocketeers convene at the Fairlie Moor Rocket Site, not far from Glasgow,to blast their DIY shuttles and spaceships into the skies. This is International Rocket Week.
Quietly studying the beauty in Aktau’s extremities, the film explores the culture, isolation and daily life in this small part of Kazakhstan.
Music video for artist Rollo Jean.
A film about the unusual world of an insect obsessive.
Documentary following prima ballerina Maria Kochetkova as she prepares for a performance of a new solo work at Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre.
Nini Hunts Truffles
Deep in the heart of the Perigord forest in south west France, Daniel Chaume and his 250kg sow Nini hunt for the elusive black diamond Truffle.
“Better than a weekend in the country… Delightful!”
Nancy Banks-Smith, The Guardian.
Donna Hunts Moose
3 Minute Wonder following Donna the dog, and her master Goran on a traditional Swedish moose hunt.
The Clan of Gudash Kraun
Last year the Orc Clan of Gudash Kraun were attacked by a group of elves. This year they return to the same forest in Sweden and prepare to take revenge… and maybe a child.
Portrait of the late Leonard Knight, creator of Salvation Mountain.
Let The Forest Judge
Arts Council / RSC
World renowned theatre director Calixto Bieito rehearses his new play composed from original verse from Shakespeare’s woodland scenes. Forests takes audiences from As You Like It’s Forest of Arden, through to the moving trees of Macbeth’s Birnam Wood, and ending in the bare wilderness of King Lear’s cliffs of Dover.
Winner of the FourDocs award for best short documentary, Sheffield DocFest 2006. The intimate portrait of a philosophy student and stripper.
“Surreal, mysterious, biographical, sexy, witty and feminine.” — Charlie Phillips, Sheffield DocFest.