Quentin Tarantino wrote the scripts for two of his blockbusters – True Romance and Natural Born Killers – whilst working in a video shop...
Steven Soderbergh rose to fame at the tender age of 26 in 1986 when his indie drama Sex, Lies, and Videotape won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival...
The Coen Brothers write, direct, and produce their films jointly. They have a satirical, neo-noir and witty style and a name for genre-busting...
Baz Luhrmann rose to fame with his fabulous film Strictly Ballroom (1992) - his Ballroom Dance teaching mother must have been so proud!
Paul Thomas Anderson has films to his name such as Boogie Nights (1997), Magnolia (1999), Punch-Drunk Love (2002), There Will Be Blood (2007), The Master(2012) and Inherent Vice (2014)...
Apatow is is an American producer, writer, director, actor, and comedian. Judd's comedic talent is what has made his films famous and 2015 saw him triumph again with Trainwreck - starring Amy Shumer, the new queen of American comedy.
Sofia is undeniably one of the finest American Directors of the 2000's and is often cited as such. She is also a much needed female presence and recognised talent in a largely male dominated industry, with a string of very fine films to her name.
In Guinea Conakry, West Africa, four children are learning the secrets of Hamanah tradition. Yakhouba Dabo reaches Koumana during his travel and he meets them. It tells of the cross between village and city.
Sometimes you have to go to the edge of madness to find yourself…
Months after Hosni Mubarak stepped down, Egyptians country-wide seem determined to maintain the insurgency until their demands are met
The Kids Britain Doesn't Want follows the personal stories of three young people seeking asylum in Britain.
An intimate portrait of comic legend Spike Milligan, a complex and multifaceted man who trod the thin line between genius and debilitating depression.
They call it ‘Arc of Fire’. It’s the biggest operation against illegal logging in Brazil’s history.
"The Interconnected World," is a film in four parts about the International Monetary Fund and the global economic crisis.
Australia's first national sudoku team (The Numbats) travel into the unknown of competitive puzzling as they enter the World Sudoku Championships in Goa, India.
NYC painter Jimmy Ernst is linked, on several narrative levels, with his upbringing and his apprenticeship to the one-of-a-kind famous print-making shop Augustine, in Glückstadt, Germany.
This is the compelling story of the international web of speculation and trafficking in African boys, under the guise of international football.