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F For Fake

Trickery. Deceit. Magic. In Orson Welles’s free-form documentary F for Fake, the legendary filmmaker (and self-described charlatan) gleefully engages the central preoccupation of his career—the tenuous line between truth and illusion, art and lies. Beginning with portraits of world-renowned art forger Elmyr de Hory and his equally devious biographer, Clifford Irving, Welles embarks on a dizzying cinematic journey that simultaneously exposes and revels in fakery and fakers of all stripes—not the least of whom is Welles himself. Charming and inventive, F for Fake is an inspired prank and a searching examination of the essential duplicity of cinema.

F#ck Nick Cannon

In his follow up to his tremendously successful debut comedy special 'Mr. Showbiz,' the comic-actor-musician-host responds to anyone who's ever said: 'F#ck Nick Cannon.' A recent health scare has changed how he sees the world and he is here to share his unique perspective on getting older, raising his children, and living with his famous wife (Mariah Carey). Nick Cannon doesn't care what the haters think, and that's what gives him his hilarious edge. Taped at the River Rock Casino in Vancouver, BC.

F*ck For Forest

F*CK FOR FOREST is a profile of the world's first eco-porn organization. An official selection of the SXSW, this film follows members through the streets of Berlin as they present intimate erotic performances which are then filmed for their website.

F1 Review 1976: Hunt For Title

The true story behind Ron Howard’s Rush. 1976 was a year like no other in the high-pressure world of Formula 1. Ferrari’s Niki Lauda was defending Champion and looked to be a strong favourite to retain his crown.Unfazed by the weight of expectation, Britain’s James Hunt started to collect valuable points in his debut year for McLaren. Elsewhere Emerson Fittipaldi made the patriotic switch to the Brazilian funded Copersucar team run by his brother Wilson and Tyrell unveiled the headline-grabbing P34 six-wheeler. At various stages in the year intrigue, officialdom and pure luck played their parts in keeping the drama of the title chase alive. As the battle between Lauda and Hunt intensified it seemed it might have come to a premature conclusion when the Ferrari driver suffered severe burns and smoke inhalation in a crash at Nurburgring. Fighting for his life, Lauda didn’t give up hope of once more claiming the driver’s championship. In less than six weeks he was back on track and the scene was set for the most enthralling end to a season ever. All this took place in the era before global F1 television coverage. Luckily the Brunswick Film archives have extensive footage of the racing and these have been skillfully combined with an informed narrative to create a superb review of a classic year of F1 racing....

Fabulous Baker Boys

Two lounge lizards find their careers revitalized and their lives changed when a sexy young singer joins their act.

Fabulous Dorseys

This is a nostalgic look at the music of an era, The Fabulous Dorseys explores the lives of two of the most important swing and jazz musicians.

Face At Window

In 1880, the criminal called The Face is responsible for a murderous rampage in France. When the Brisson Bank is robbed in Paris and the employee Michelle is murdered, the wealthy Chevalier Lucio del Gardo is the only chance to save the bank.

Face Music

A husband and wife's musical team is in jeopardy because their marriage is breaking up, therefore the end of their successful career together. Sparks begin to fly however, when they reunite to write one last song. But, will they do it for money or for love?

Face Of Another

A staggering work of existential science fiction, The Face of Another dissects identity with the sure hand of a surgeon. Okuyama (Yojimbo's Tatsuya Nakadai), after being burned and disfigured in an industrial accident and estranged from his family and friends, agrees to his psychiatrist's radical new experiment: a face transplant, created from the mold of a stranger. As Okuyama is thus further alienated from the strange world around him, he finds himself giving in to his darker temptations. With unforgettable imagery, Teshigahara's film explores both the limits and freedom in acquiring a new persona, and questions the notion of individuality itself.




The disintegration of a marriage is dissected in John Cassavetes' searing Faces. Captain of industry Richard and his wife Maria attempt to escape the anguish of their empty marriage in the arms of others.