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Filmed in a whole new way, Waking Life was hailed as a cinematic wonder when it was released back in 2001. Actors were filmed in the traditional way - and then artists were brought in to animate the footage. Combine the eye-popping visuals with a fascinating story about a man who meets people in his dreams to discuss the meaning of life, as well as what exactly constitutes "reality", and you have a great film you'll want to see over and over again. The level of immersion for the audience with the feelings of the film's central protagonist is extraordinary.
Mind-bending and utterly original drama about a broken-hearted man who wipes a whole relationship from his memory.
14+ years 103 mins
Future-set, technically innovative animation involving an undercover LA cop trying to find out who is distributing a brain-damaging drug.
16+ years 96 mins
Charming, offbeat romance about a young tourist who persuades a French stranger to get off the train with him in Vienna to wander round for the night.
14+ years 96 mins
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This mammoth undertaking charts the life and death of artist Vincent Van Gogh, with every single frame of the film actually a painting in Van Gogh's own style.
Reading time 6 mins
Our film programming team cherrypick the best films from this year's London Film Festival, highlighting those likely to be engaging young audiences in 2016-17.
Reading time 3 mins
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