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Brian Jones was fragile and ill-equipped for life in the global spotlight. A musical genius who could play countless instruments, his talent was offset by a weakness for temptation which led him time and again into trouble.

Jones displayed a huge talent for music  - his early obsession with blues and jazz led him to advertise for the bandmates which became the Rolling Stones.  He also was a playboy - fathering six illegitimate children with six different women -  and had an affinity for drugs and alcohol. As one contributor notes, he was the “DNA of the band’s rebellious nature.”

The Disappearance of My Mother

Dir: Beniamino Barrese

After a lifetime in front of the camera lens, 75 year old Benedetta Barzini wants to disappear. Her son, on the other hand, wants more than ever to film her. With this tension at the heart of his film, first time director Beniamino Barrese has made both an intimate, nuanced portrait of an iconoclastic woman, and an enigmatic tract on images, identity and filmmaking itself.

Midnight Family

Dir: Luke Lorentzen

There’s a severe lack of government ambulances in Mexico city - so families like the Ochoas have stepped into the breach. At night they scour the streets of the city in their second hand ambulance, coming to the aid of those in need - from whom they have to ask for payment.


Dir: Lucy Parker

Lucy Parker's subtle but fierce account of blacklisting in the UK construction industry reveals the longlasting impact on workers who found themselves unemployable after their names were added to a secret list.


Dir: Marianna Economou

In a tiny Greek village, hit hard by the economic crisis, cousins Christo and Alexandros are thinking creatively about their tomato farm. With ingenuity, patience and the help of five grannies, they are about to crack the international organic food market.