The perfect date night comedy stars exciting British talent George Mackay and Alexandra Roach and is an adaptation of Rachel Hiron’s hugely successful critically acclaimed stage play about a second date disaster.
An examination of power in Russia, this exquisitely photographed cinematic portrait of exiled Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky is an engrossing offering from prolific documentarian Alex Gibney.
Based on his own incredible autobiographical story, writer-director Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s follows a young Nigerian boy as he is drawn into the warped world of a racist skinhead gang in 1980s England.
Evocative of Waking Ned and The Full Monty, this uplifting and picturesque comedy tells the true story of the part-time Cornish sea shanty group that hit the big time.
Acclaimed director Ben Wheatley (High-Rise, 2016) presents a domestic drama with a sharp comedic streak in this tense ensemble piece about a dysfunctional family reunion.
Led by the brilliant and layered performances of Annette Bening, Bill Nighy, and BAFTA winner Josh O’Connor, this is a powerful story of finding hope after a marriage breakdown.
The dastardly deeds of history's greatest rulers reign in this entertaining big-screen outing for the CBBC television series that sees ancient Rome attempting to crush the Boudicca uprising in far-off uncivilised Britain.
Liam Gallagher’s revealing and entertaining expedition from the wilderness of booze and legal battles to his attempt to stage the greatest comeback in rock history.
A powerful biopic and essential chapter of history starring James Norton as the real-life Welsh journalist Gareth Jones, who uncovered Stalin’s genocidal famine in Soviet Ukraine.
A stellar cast lead by Kiera Knightly features in Oscar-winning director Gavin Hood’s superb true-life political thriller about an accused British whistle-blower who leaked information about the Iraqi invasion.
Festival audiences are destined to fall for this charming boarding-school comedy set in the 80s, where unspoken crushes and social battles rule supreme.
Angus Macfadyen reprises the role he played so memorably in Braveheart as Scottish leader Robert the Bruce in this spectacular retelling of the legendary story.
Audiences at festivals worldwide have fallen head over heels for this eccentric and adventurous road-trip documentary charting an elderly British couple’s ambitious journey across India in their 1936 Rolls Royce.
Ken Loach returns after his Palme D’Or-winning I, Daniel Blake, with another brilliant study of a struggling working-class couple caught in a hopelessly exploitative system.
Screening in film festivals worldwide, this adaption of the best-selling novel by Fiona Shaw is a moving portrayal of two women in post-war Scotland torn between their true emotions and societal expectations.
Inspired by incredible true events, The Aeronauts combines the leading talents of Academy Award-winner Eddie Redmayne and Academy Award nominee Felicity Jones on a balloon expedition to fly higher than anyone in history.
Based on Henry James’s 1888 novella, this compelling period drama starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Vanessa Redgrave tells of an ambitious American editor obsessed with the famous late Romantic poet Jeffrey Aspern.
Starring Mel Gibson and Sean Penn, this is an extraordinary true tale of madness, genius, and obsession about two remarkable men who created history with the writing of the Oxford English Dictionary.