Bath Film Festival 2011

I attended Bath Film Festival again this year and had a great time at this local event. It's well run and contains a great mix of films. This list tracks the films I saw at the festival in 2011.
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1.
The British Guide to Showing Off (2011 Documentary)
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British artist and living legend Andrew Logan, loved the world over by celebrities and misfits alike... (98 mins.)
Director: Jes Benstock
 
2.
The Deep Blue Sea (2011)
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The wife of a British Judge is caught in a self-destructive love affair with a Royal Air Force pilot. (98 mins.)
Director: Terence Davies
 
3.
Whisky Galore (1949)
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Scottish islanders try to plunder 50,000 cases of whisky from a stranded ship. (80 mins.)
“ Seen many times before but always on TV/video before this. It still works great today and the audience loved it. ” - Col Needham
 
4.
The Hedgehog (2009)
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Paloma is a serious and highly articulate but deeply bored 11-year-old who has decided to kill herself on her 12th birthday... (100 mins.)
Director: Mona Achache
 
5.
Another Earth (2011)
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On the night of the discovery of a duplicate Earth in the Solar system, an ambitious young student and an accomplished composer cross paths in a tragic accident. (92 mins.)
Director: Mike Cahill
 
6.
Shame (2011)
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A man's carefully cultivated private life is disrupted when his sister arrives for an indefinite stay. (101 mins.)
Director: Steve McQueen
“ My second viewing, originally seen in Toronto. Great Q&A afterwards with producer Iain Canning ” - Col Needham
 
7.
Kill List (2011)
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Nearly a year after a botched job, a hitman takes a new assignment with the promise of a big payoff for three killings. What starts off as an easy task soon unravels, sending the killer into the heart of darkness. (95 mins.)
Director: Ben Wheatley