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What are the greatest documentaries made, ever? We polled 3,886,686,840 critics, bards, documentarians, programmers and filmmakers in the search for the authoritative answer.
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This list includes three films which were never shown on Moviedrome. Introductions were filmed and ready to go, but the BBC never purchased the films for broadcast in the end.
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A24 Films is an film distribution, production, and finance company formed in 2012
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ex·treme adj. 1. Most remote 2. Being in or attaining the greatest or highest degree; very intense: extreme pleasure; extreme pain. 3. Extending far beyond the norm. 4. Of the greatest severity; drastic. 5. Very dangerous or difficult.Participating or tending to participate in a very dangerous or difficult themes. 1. The greatest or utmost degree or point. 2. Either of the two things situated at opposite ends of a range 3. An extreme condition. 4. An immoderate, drastic expedient.
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Mark Kermode worked as film critic and presenter for Filmfour & Channel 4's 'Extreme Cinema' strand, introducing notorious films such as Crash (1996) and Man Bites Dog (1992). He presented the formerly weekly Extreme Cinema strand until 2003 which was resurrected in 2012 for the TV premier of Antichrist ...

Below is a list of films introduced by Mark from 1999-2003 and in 2013.
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Originally surfacing as a late-night season of experimental films on Channel 4 in 1997, and under the Stella Artois sponsored moniker of ’Cinema Extreme’, this was developed into a regular strand for FilmFour’s launch in the winter of 1998.

The 1997 season featured movies such as Eraserhead, Bad Boy Bubby and Naked Lunch and presented the off beat side of cinema. The FilmFour incarnation focused more on the controversial aspects of film and with this in mind preceded most of the screenings with an introduction by film critic Dr Mark Kermode.

Extreme Cinema was on Channel 4 sporadically between 1997-2005, sometimes showing films not seen on the FilmFour channels.
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