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BrutalBox - Film about an internet site called Brutal Box that shows people doing things like cutting off their own fingers, going on hunger strike, self-humiliation and conversely makes a fortune with thousands of people paying to watch.
El Castor (The Beaver) - We've all heard about Mel Gibson's fall from grace, so its little wonder that reactions to his first film choice since then sees him have a nervous breakdown only to emerge again talking through a beaver puppet in a strange comedy accent. Unfortunately this doesn't look set to be the career saving flick he might have hoped for.
Nowhere Boy - Artist and photographer Sam Taylor-Wood makes her feature film debut with this biopic about a young John Lennon, played by newcomer Aaron Johnson. Focusing on the strained relationship with the two main women in his life, it deals with when Lennon learned that his Aunt Mimi's sister, Julia is actually his mother. The film moves from when Lennon was just 15 years old and charts his life until his move to Hamburg with George Harrison and Paul McCartney.
Pequeñas mentirosas sin importancia - A group of friends decide to go ahead with their habitual summer holiday plans to meet and spend the season together despite one of the group being in an accident some days before they are due to set off to the coast. Once there, their friendships are tested and all have to deal with the little, small lies friends tell each other on a day to day basis.
Senna - The film was Winner of the 2011 World Cinema Documentary Audience Award at Sundance Festival and tells the story of Aryton Senna, a three-time World Champion F1 driver who transcended being a sports hero and become a living legend. Asif Kapadia's documentary charts the rise of the Brazilian boy who liked to race, his stratospheric fame and his untimely death at just 34 years old.