What's on Today Thu 25 May

A fading actor (Julian Barratt) redeems himself by reprising his 80s TV role as a sleuth with a robotic truth-telling eye to catch a deranged killer in this joyously off-the-wall British comedy.

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For many, this paean to New York - and to the mystifying thing called love - remains Woody Allen's most enduring achievement, a love letter from a hometown hero that remains one of Allen's most successful explorations of his enduring themes: complex relationships, compromised romances, and his own creative processes.

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The ever-prolific François Ozon makes a return with this sumptuous period piece set in the aftermath of WWI, where a young woman forms an unlikely bond with a man she encounters at her late fiancé's grave.

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Rising star of UK filmmaking (she was named one of the Stars of Tomorrow by Screen International) Hope Dickson Leach directs her first feature, an intense family drama set on the Somerset Levels.

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Romuald Karmakar’s documentary takes a look at five pioneers of electronic music for whom work is their raison d’être, including Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear, Ata Macias, Roman Flügel and Move D/David Moufang.

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Over sixty years since it won the first Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and launched its director Federico Fellini this marvellous film returns in a sparkling new digital restoration.

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Shedding light on controversial research and investigating the ferocious gender wars in biology, psychology and anthropology, Angela Saini uncovers how women are being rediscovered.

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Feminist and anti-FGM campaigner Nimko Ali shares stories of pregnancy and periods, orgasms and the menopause, from women from all walks of life.

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The air pollution in Tehran, Iran has reached maximum levels because of thermal inversion, making it hard to breathe. So when doctors insist that 30-something Niloofar must move her stricken mother to the less polluted countryside, she's left with a hard choice: family loyalty or pursuing her own life.

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