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No Time to Die
Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
Next to No Time
Unassuming planning engineer David Webb finds himself on the Queen Elizabeth to New York with instructions to negotiate a high-powered loan. His lack of confidence means he is completely out of his depth, at least until he finds his personality changes every day during the hour the ship's clocks stop to make allowance for their westward passage.
A Time to Die
A female photographer teams up with a policeman to try to bring down a corrupt police officer who framed her for drug possession and during her investigation, finds that not everything, or everyone, is what they appear to be.
A Time to Die
A man is released from prison, and after 18 years, returns to his village. But in this village, time, in many ways, has stood still. The time served by Juan complied with the court's justice, but not with some villagers. There are some who still seek true justice.
No compromise when it's time to die
An intimate portrait of New York artist Michael Anderson during the last year of his life. The film is structured by way of Roberto Bolaño's novel 2666.
No Room To Die
Mexican's are being smuggled over the border to work as cheap labour for wealthy land baron Fargo. His gang is made up of known criminals with bounties on their heads, this greatly interests two bounty hunters who may have to team up to achieve their goals.
00K9: No Time to Shed
When a decoding device known as the BARKode goes missing, all fingers - and wet noses - the point at the mysterious black panther Sharposky, a sharp-clawed villain bent on destroying the Canine Intelligence Agency. Major Oddball has no choice but to convince his best CIA agent, 00K9, to come out of retirement and personally recover the BARKode from Sharposky's claws.
In a darkened former gymnasium in TENT, dancers inspired by hiphop, dancehall, modern dance and drag performance respond to the new film by Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz, which unspools as a reflection on the mirrored black dance floor. The dancers – the same ones who appear in the film – incorporate the images seamlessly into their choreography, allowing the filmic and the physical space to reflect and reinforce one another. Although their dance styles differ amongst themselves, they are able to suddenly connect through their movements and muscle memory. In this way, Boudry and Lorenz lead us to doubt what we are seeing: are the dancers in the film projection moving in slow motion, or have the images been digitally doctored?
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