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Shot entirely inside Locke's car, the film follows the drive from Birmingham to Croydon, where the woman that he's had an affair with is going into labour. Twenty Feet from Stardom (Morgan Neville) This Oscar-winning documentary shines a light on Darlene Love and other backing singers as the unsung heroes of pop music.
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Narrated by Domnhall Gleeson who plays Frank's eager keyboardist, Lenny Abrahamson's fourth feature is one of the best music films of the year. Clouds of Sils Maria (Olivier Assayas) Kristen Stewart plays her best role to date as the personal assistant to Juliette Binoche's respected actress.
Mia Wasikowska and John Cusack co-star in this story of a dysfunctional Hollywood. Ida (Pawel Pawlikowski) Pawel Pawlikowski's black and white film about a young nun who discovers a dark family secret in Sixties Poland is a masterwork. I, Origins (Mike Cahill) Cahill's follow-up to Another Earth stars Michael Pitt as an eye-obsessed biology student who could hold the secret of life itself. Night Moves (Kelly Reichardt) Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning are a pair of scheming Two young environmental activists in this gripping tale from Meek's Cutoff director Kelly Reichardt. Two Days, One Night (Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne) Marion Cotillard delivers a superb performance in the Dardennes brothers' latest film.
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The film follows a team of astronauts in search of a new home for mankind, and proves the director's most ambitious film to date. The Babadook (Jennifer Kent) Jennifer Kent's chamber shocker about a pop-up book monster that haunts a widow and her outcast son is both thoughtful and terrifying. Fury (David Ayer) This wartime drama was the closing film at this year's London Film Festival and stars Brad Pitt and Shia La Beouf.