A-Z All Films

Scroll through the A-Z list of independent features from all over the world. Click on the title for a detailed page on each film. Remember, this is the 2007 list!

Films By Title:

Films A - F

The Amazing Grace

Not to be confused with the British version of the tale directed by Michael Apted and released this year, Jeta Amata’s film is a historical landmark, in that it is the first 35mm feature ever made in Nigeria.

Amazing Lives Of The Fast Food Grifters

Hit Japanese blockbuster from the director of Ghost in the Shell. - Best International Feature Nominee

La Antena

The cinema of Fritz Lang meets Tim Burton in this beautiful Argentinian movie. - Best International Feature Nominee

Bakushi: The Incredible Lives of The Rope-Masters

A documentary focussing on a strain of this erotic art form peculiar to Japan known as kinbaku, it features three of the country’s leading practitioners of this erotic art form in action, as they perform elaborately binding their models’ bodies using multiple pieces of rope for S&M specialist stage shows, magazine photo shoots and videos specialising in S&M.

Being Michael Madsen

Actor Michael Madsen decides to turn the tables on the notorious paparazzo, Billy Dant, by hiring a trio of up-and-coming documentary filmmakers to chronicle Dant's life, loves, and troubles.A brilliant spoof on tabloid journalism and independent filmmaking.

Belle Epoque

A unique story which historically tries to describe many events in the pre-first world war Sarajevo.

Blitzkrieg Bop

A punk makes a living by selling unexploded shells from WW2.

Bog Of Beasts

Ruthless life-on-the-edge of a young Brazilian girl growing up in a society shaped by violence and sexual abuse.

Bolinao 52

Documentary focusing on the refugee survivors of the Vietnam War.

The Book Of Revelation

An erotic mystery about power and sex, the entanglement of victim and perpetrator, and a man's struggle to regain his lost self.

The Boss Of It All

An IT company hires an actor to serve as the company's president in order to help the business get sold to a cranky Icelander.

Bunny Chow

A light hearted investigation of modern South Africa.

Children

Karitas is a single mother of four who desperately tries to make ends meet. Fighting a losing battle with her ex-husband for custody over her three daughters, she's oblivious to what's going on with her twelve year old son Gudmunder, a victim of brutal bullying at school and whose life is on the fast track to destruction.

Congorama

An eccentric Belgian inventor travels to Quebec to search for his family.

Crazy Love

16 years after Linda Riss has acid thrown in her face by Burt Pagach, the couple marry. - Best Documentary Nominee

The Cream

A man discovers a facial cream which makes him irresistable to others around him, but soon learns that it also has consequences.

Day Watch

Synopsis Excellent sequel to the groundbreaking Russian hit Night Watch which screened at Raindance in 2005.

Day Zero

The draft is back - what would you do if called to serve? In NYC in the near future, three best friends must grapple with everything they believe after they are given thirty days to report for duty.

The Devil Dared Me To

Live fast, die faster - Hilarious action-comedy about stunt car drivers in New Zealand. - Best Debut Feature Nominee

Dolina

At one time Dolina was a flourishing little place, but now everything shows the signs of destruction and poverty, even though the inhabitants are doing their best to smarten things up a bit for the arrival of a high-ranking guest in the person of the Archbishop

Drink Up!

Oscar walks into a bar. The bar's walls are covered in photographs. The pictures are the door to the lives of people that could be any one of us. - Best Debut Feature Nominee

Eloge de L’Amour

Godard’s Cannes hit from 2001 focuses on Edgar (Bruno Putzulu), an author who develops a novel project exploring the four key moments of love. When a beautiful girl is considered for the project he is convinced they have met before, at which point the film jumps back two years in time to investigate his curiosity.

Exhibit A

Found camera footage reveals the story of a normal family disintegrating into an unimaginable nightmare. Best UK Feature Nominee.

Ex Drummer

A Flemish ‘Trainspotting meets Man Bites Dog’. Disturbing and brilliant. - Best Debut Feature Nominee

Flames In The Looking Glass

A ground-breaking documentary, following the glamorous, dark and defiant lives of three Hijras, Indian Transgenders, living with AIDS.

Frank & Cindy

A deeply personal documentary about Frank Garcia, an 80's one-hit wonder musician and his blonde bombshell wife Cindy, who makes him live in the basement. - Best Documentary Nominee.

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