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White of the Eye

Donald Cammell, who committed suicide this month, co-directed Performance with Nicolas Roeg, but went out on his own for this shocking, oddly poetic 1986 thriller starring David Keith as a man suspected of being a serial killer.

Tonight 8.40pm, National Film Theatre, London SE1 (0171-928 3232)

Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead

A mess of a film, really, but it marks Treat Williams's comeback, and that's as good a reason as any to see it.

On release in London; nationwide from Fri

COMING UP

Festival of India's South

No films, but plenty of film art: in south India, movies are advertised by means of giant hoardings which dominate the skylines, and this week London will play host to poster artists from Madras who will be brightening up the South Bank with specially painted hoardings. This all serves as a taster for a season of Indian films arriving at the National Film Theatre in June.

From 18 May (Festival hot-line: 0171-354 4141)

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