Gary Numan: Android In La La Land

Directed by Steve Read and Rob Alexander, who filmed and produced it respectively, ‘Gary Numan: Android In La La Land’ is more than just a documentary about the Godfather of Electronic Pop; rather, it’s a love story, about and between Gary and his wife Gemma, and their three daughters.

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All The World’s A Stage In Andrzej Żuławski’s Final Film, ‘Cosmos’

Complex and confusing, and altogether mind boggling, ‘Cosmos’ is the final film from Polish director Andrzej Żuławski.

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It’s A Brand New U With ‘Identicals’ Released On DVD

They say that there are seven people in the world just like you. Now imagine a world where you can upgrade your life to that of one of those people – take over the life of someone who looks like you, walks like you, talks like you, but is living a different, better, but separate life to yours. You bring with you nothing of your past, no “wants”, only your “needs”. That’s the premise of ‘Identicals’, out on DVD and VOD on August 15.

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Sid & Nancy Are a Romeo & Juliet Tale With a Twist in 30th Anniversary Re-Release

In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the birth of punk and 30 years since its own release, Alex Cox’s film ‘Sid & Nancy’ will be screened in UK cinemas on 5 August ahead of it’s DVD and Blu-ray release later this month.

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More Sharks Than You Can Poke A Chainsaw At In ‘Sharknado: The 4th Awakens’

It’s a rare person who’s not yet heard of the Sharknado franchise, and we thoroughly recommend you watch them if you’ve not done so already. Last night saw the premiere in the US of the latest from the Sharknado team, this one subtitled, ‘The 4th Awakens’.

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‘David Bowie is’ (Encore Screening): The Documentary Of The Exhibition Returns To UK Cinemas For One Night Only

‘David Bowie Is’ will be screened in cinemas around the UK on Thursday July 14. Find out more information on cinemas and screening times please visit the official website.

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‘Where You’re Meant To Be’ – Review

‘Where You’re Meant To Be’ is, as the tagline suggests, “a funny wee film about music and death”. But it’s so much more than that.

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Embrace Of The Serpent – Review

Filmed in stunning black and white, ‘Embrace Of The Serpent’, from Colombian Film Director and Screenwriter Ciro Guerra, quietly highlights the true cost of colonialism in South America.

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‘Sing Street’ – Review

John Carney, best known for the Academy Award winning film, ‘Once’, which brought Glen Hansard to the world stage, has perhaps surpassed that with might be considered a thinly disguised memoir, ‘Sing Street’.

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‘Departure’ – Review

‘Departure’, the feature film debut of British director Andrew Steggall, is out on in the UK and Ireland on May 20.

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‘Mila’: Artists Come Together To Raise Awareness Of The Forgotten Victims Of War

Set in Trento, Italy, ‘Mila’ is an animated short film, which tells the story of a little girl who loses her family during the Second World War. Mila survives a bombing raid, and takes cover in the house of a young woman who comes to her rescue.

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