When water runs out, the world ends
Hiphop and politics in Senegal
A brave documentary on the relationship between Islam and homosexuality as seen from a practicing Muslim
A film about art and the quest for perfection as a young boy turns into a brilliant painter
A film team publishes an internet ad looking for suicidal candidates to follow to the end
The heavy metal band Anvil influenced a musical generation – including Metallica, Slayer and Anthrax
The best music documentary you'll see this year. From WWII to 2008, The Who have kept the volume up
In Iran homosexuality is punishable by death. Sex-change operations, however, are socially accepted
In the lush rain forests of northern Burma a road is being built to connect powerful China and India
An accomplished study of identity and the right to start a new life after committing a terrible crime
Four groundbreaking fly-on-the-wall documentaries on John F. Kennedy's political career
The ultimate version of Wong Kar-Wai's classic swordplay epic!
A strong and highly succesfull war epic – billed as China's first non-propaganda war film
A dramatized portrait of "Hitler's children"
Behind a big muscular body, there's hours of blood, sweat, tears – and steroids
The suicide of two young Guarani Indians leads the tribe off their reserve with dangerous results
A dark spy comedy from Academy Award winners Joel and Ethan Coen
A beautiful and devastating debut, this film will change your ideas about life in rural England.
From the applauded director Kormákur comes an absurd and excentric version of Chekhovs play "Ivanov
Inspiring and awardwinning independent film from Jordan – their first 35mm ever
1999: The town of Crawford, Texas has 705 inhabitants and one American presidential candidate.
You don't have to be an alcoholic to get drunk every day. There are plenty of other good reasons.
No one is safe when Star Trek-spindoctor Harlan Ellison unleashes his wrath on the unrighteous
Pieter-Dirk Uys' alter ego Evita Bezuidenhout rails against South Africa's aids politics
A moving film that asks important questions about guilt, forgiveness, freedom and responsibility
Lars von Triers acidic remembrances from his life as a young film student
Roy Andersson's heartwarming and spectacularly funny sequel to SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR
Water is the new oil. In the future supremacy over water will cause conflicts between states.
At the end of the would, you may find human eccentricity as well as the beauty of nature
A thought-provoking documentary about the increasing privatization of the world's fresh water supply
The story of a familly's epic journey from war-torn Laos to the mean streets of New York
Josh Tickell has spent more than a decade trying to find better solutions than fossil fuels
The legendary writer Hunter S. Thompson was at the centre stage of American politics
Being the boyfriend of a world famous artist isn't always that great
Meet Acrassicauda, the only heavy metal band in Baghdad
First we take Manhattan, then we fail miserably, then we go home
The last six weeks in the life of Irish republican hunger striker Bobby Sands
Giulio Andreotti was the Prime Minister of Italy seven times and ruled on and off over four decades
In the forests of Eastern Europe, brotherhood is transformed into bloodthirsty madness
Africa's first female elected president, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, runs Liberia after a long civil war
The international World Pride Parade, planned for Jerusalem in 2006, is disrupted by - everybody!
A beautiful and evocative portrayal of a family falling apart
A beautiful film about growing up - about love, friendship and vampires
A charming story of a young man's attempt to procure auto parts in the Mexican countryside
BIFF is proud to present the world premiere of David Lynch's latest project!
A beautiful film examining the effect of global warming on the flora and fauna of the Antarctic
Two Mexican illegal immigrants in the US are sent on a mysterious mission by an American
An intimate and insightful encounter with Los Angeles’ notorious gangs Bloods and Crips
Offering one of the most original and in-depth approaches by Arab cinema to the issue of terrorism
A tender and engaging road trip drama about the relationship between three disconnected souls
A love song and eulogy to a city - and at the same time a universal poem about memories
A beautiful portrait of the poet Olav H. Hauge accompanied by his own forceful lyrical words
The greatest soundtrack, and the best Norwegian teen movie ever
The artistic crime of the 20th century - the film of the year!
When Maria Larsson wins a camera in a lottery, her working class world is turned upside-down
A genre mix-up takes the best from the worlds of video games and Hongkong action
Theatre director disappears into a life-sized play
Tibor, a reclusive pathologist, resorts to desperate measures in order save his dying mother
"For me, this movie is about discovering who Patti Smith is." - Steven Sebring
A tribute to the urban artform breakdancing, amidst themes of racism and domestic conflict
The fascinating true story about the campaign to elect Africa's first female head of state
Account of the horrors inflicted on the Karen people in their displacement by the Burmese militia
American stand-up comedian Bill Maher looks at modern religion
Behind the international proliferation of the holy book "Ruhnama" there is international greed
This is the film that once and for all confirms that size does matter
A charming comedy about a middle aged man who in a week has his home invaded by elderly women
A shocking glimpse of what went on behind the walls of the infamous Abu Ghraib prison
The gripping and peculiar tale of a family of surfers who lived their life outside of society
A comedy and feel good movie about family secrets and cherries
The inspiring life story of environmental activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai
A man finds himself in a nightmare as a time machine has sent him back in time
An actress is popular with Amsterdam's cultural elite – but will it last? A Dutch feel-good film
Life imitates art. Art abuses life.
As CERN starts its new accelerator, few know what it's really about. THE ATOM SMASHERS do.
A brutal documentary detailing the atrocities in the Congo where soldiers use rape as a weapon
After the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., James Brown held a legendary concert in Boston
A long absent father must strive to rebuild his bond with his motherless teenage son
THE WAR ROOM from 1993 revisited in an up-to-date film about the presidential election
A warm and loving film about confrontation with the budding modernity in the Iranian big city
"John Lennon came to represent life, while Richard Nixon represents Death" - Gore Vidal
Who am I?
The perils of climate change also lead to new possibilities, but sovereignity issues must be solved
The true story of America's oldest convicted bank robber
Adaptation of Blake Morrison's bestselling novel
A frightening exposé of a corrupt medical system as seen through victims of Lyme disease
The first in a series of six films about private investigator Varg Veum
A chance meeting with an old classmate takes Varg Veum back in time
The fifth film about Varg Veum
A shocking documentary about US girls who sell sex, and who are persecuted, rather than helped
What would John F. Kennedy have done with the Vietnam issue had he not been assassinated?
New York, summer of 94: Streets filled with pulsing hip-hop and the sweet aroma of marijuana
Hip-hop star Emmanuel Jal returns to his native Sudan where he once served as a child soldier