LAS MADRES DE PLAZA DE MAYO

Dir: Susana Blaustein Munoz & Lourdes Portillo

This Academy award-nominated documentary about the Argentinian mothers' movement to demand to know the fate of 30,000 "disappeared" sons and daughters remains as extraordinarily powerful as when it was first released. As well as giving an understanding of Argentinian history in the '70s and '80s, LAS MADRES shows the empowerment of women in a society where women are expected to be silent. LAS MADRES provides a banner of hope in the international struggle for human rights.

FELLINI: I'M A BORN LIAR

Dir: Damian Pettigrew

Fellini: I'm a Born Liar is a 2002 French documentary based on Federico Fellini's last confessions in Rome in 91 and 92, the film eschews straightforward biography to highlight the Italian director's unorthodox working methods, conscience, and philosophy.

BELONGING

Dir: Tamara Gordon

This is a film with a gripping personal narrative, with tears and triumph, with some humour as well as disappointment. And in the most painful and poignant way shows life in Cambodia today.

GREY GARDENS

Dir:  Albert Maysles & David Maysles & Ellen Hovde & Muffie Meyer

Another chance to see the Maysles brothers best loved film about a pair of reclusive New York socialites who live together in a dilapidated Hamptons mansion

MAKE ME PROUD

Dir: Moby Longinotto

Mike is an ex-boxer who lives in Salford with his son Thomas and tries to give Thomas a way out of poverty and crime - the art of boxing. As Thomas' first fight approaches, he father asks: 'Are you going to make me proud?'

NOBODY'S BUSINESS

Dir: Alan Berliner

Alan Berliner takes on his reclusive father as the reluctant subject of this poignant and graceful study of family history and memory. What emerges is a uniquely cinematic biography that finds both humor and pathos in the swirl of conflicts and affections that bind father and son. Ultimately this complex portrait is a meeting of the minds - where the past meets the present, where generations collide, and where the boundaries of family life are pushed, pulled, stretched, torn and surprisingly at times, also healed.

ROGER AND ME

Dir: Michael Moore

Roger and Me is a feature-length documentary film chronicling the efforts of the world's largest corporation, General Motors, as it turns its hometown of Flint, Michigan, into a ghost town.

THE WAR ROOM

Dir: D. A. Pennebaker & Chris Hegedus

A thrilling behind-closed-doors account of Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential election campaign by renowned cinema verité filmmakers Chris Hegedus and D. A. Pennebaker...