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: Glazier Blues

A film shown in The Shortest Night set in a Slovenian glass factory.

: Etre et Avoir

One of three World Cinema Award nominees showing tonight,
Nicolas Philibert 's documentary intimately observes life at a tiny French primary school. In French with English subtitles.


Unknown: Nicolas Philibert

: The Man without a Past

**** In director
Aki Kaurismaki 's comedy drama,
Markku Peltola plays an amnesiac who finds himself in Helsinki after a vicious mugging and tries to piece together his past. In Finnish with English subtitles. Film of the Week: page 39 Film Trivia: page 49


Director: Aki Kaurismaki
Unknown: Markku Peltola

: World Cinema Award

Jonathan Ross is joined by Bjork and Robert Carlyle , and directors Alex Cox , Mike Figgis and Gurinder Shadha , to name the inaugural winner. Plus results of the viewers' vote. www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/cinema/film_award


Unknown: Jonathan Ross
Unknown: Robert Carlyle
Directors: Alex Cox
Directors: Mike Figgis
Directors: Gurinder Shadha

: Belleville Rendez-vous

**** In Sylvain Chomet 's comic animated adventure, a grandmother crosses the ocean to rescue her kidnapped grandson. In French with subtitles.


Unknown: Sylvain Chomet

: As 10.30pm.

: BBC4 Session:India Arle

The soulful Atlanta performer plays in London.

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