The most heart-warming sports underdog movie of the year also happens to be a true story: how a poor mining community in Wales came together to sponsor a race horse, Dream Alliance, only to find themselves with a champion on their hands…. "Unforgettable." Daily Telegraph. Winner: Audience Award, Sundance Film Festival
95% Fresh, Rotten Tomatoes
In this candid, compelling, often very funny interview conducted by fellow filmmakers Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow, Brian De Palma talks us through his long rollercoaster career, and talks illuminatingly about the nexus of cinephilia, voyeurism, politics, Hitchcock and Hollywood that have produced such a flamboyantly personal yet commercial body of work. "A cinephile’s nirvana." The Guardian
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With a career that spans over 25 years, Rachel Talalay’s TV directing credits include Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, and Doctor Who. In 2014, Rachel became the first American and seventh woman to direct Doctor Who and was responsible for the last two season finales. This year, she became the first female director of the hit BBC series Sherlock, directing the first episode of the forthcoming fourth season. Rachel is also known for the cult classics Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare and Tank Girl. Her latest film is On The Farm. Join us for a fascinating Master Class with Rachel on July 9th as she dives into the experiences from her diverse and remarkable career.
Manhattan therapist Dr Robert Elliott (Michael Caine) faces true horror when a psychotic killer begins attacking the women in his life (Angie Dickinson; Nancy Allen) with a straight razor stolen from his office. Desperate to find the murderer before anyone else is hurt, Elliott is drawn into a dark and disturbing world. And as the doctor edges closer to the terrible truth he is in danger of losing himself in a labyrinth of obsession, deviance and desire.