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While Caroline Keller is away on business, hit men gun down her wealthy husband and his mistress. Caroline realises she is the next target. Enter the insane Frenchman, Fred Coelbert.


1997 / 90 Minutes



In this hilariously charming crime caper set in the eccentric London art world, Nick Edwards owes £50,000 to the super-smooth yet brutal crime lord Foster Wright and has four days to find the cash.


2003 / 86 minutes / UK

The Farthest  



Is it humankind's greatest achievement? 12 billion miles away a tiny spaceship is leaving our Solar System and entering the void of deep space. It is the first human-made object ever to do so. Slowly dying within its heart is a plutonium generator that will beat for perhaps another decade before the lights on Voyager finally go out.


2017 / 1 x 121-minutes or 1 x 90-minutes / Ireland



Shot around the world in 2010 and 2011, FASTEST distills the thrilling, terrifying reality of the MotoGP World Championship into a maximum-speed, full-length documentary feature film.


2011 / USA

Feral Company   


1948, a team of British soldiers led by a tough but fair soldier, Captain Mason, are ordered, alongside American intelligence officer, Major Ryan, on a scouting mission in a remote French forest. Not long after they arrive, Mason and his team discover that they have been sent in under false pretenses. 


2019 / 1 x 90-minutes / UK



Filmed at Pandora’s Box, the luxurious S&M parlour in New York, Fetishes reveals in both a humorous and informative manner the full range of fetishes, from rubber and infantilism, to asphyxiation and mummification.


1996 / 84 minutes / UK



Based on Ric Meyers’ definitive book on Kung Fu movies, this action packed feature documentary reveals the legend, the lore and outright lunacy of the most ridiculously exhilarating martial arts films ever made.


Fireflies in the Garden  


Returning to his hometown in the Midwest for a family celebration, romantic novelist Michael Taylor is filled with dread and trepidation at the impending reunion. But when he arrives at the family home, Michael is faced with an unimaginable scenario, a devastating car accident that will change everything.


2009 / USA

Fish Tank  


Jury Prize Winner at the Cannes Film Festival 2009.


2009 / 124 minutes / UK

Flashbacks of a Fool  


Brit Joe Scott is living the movie-star dream: a house in the Hollywood hills, beautiful girls at his feet and staff indulging his every whim. When his childhood friend suddenly dies, Joe goes back to England for the funeral.


2008 / UK

Flying Blind  


The passionate love story of an older woman and a young Muslim man, in a world where security is paramount and nothing is quite what it seems.


2012 / UK

The Flying Scotsman  


Based on a remarkable true story, THE FLYING SCOTSMAN is an out-and-out inspirational, against-all-odds, crowd pleasing film, which follows the turbulent life of cyclist Graeme Obree, who broke the World One Hour record on a bike of his own revolutionary design, constructed out of scrap metal and old washing machine parts!


2006 / 96 minutes / UK



From director and producer Paul Van Carter (The Guv’Nor, Churchill) and producer Nick Taussig (Churchill), FRED is a sombre exploration into the psyche of former London gangster Freddie Foreman:  85 years old, allegedly responsible for multiple murders, and nearing the end of his life.


2018 / UK


Funny Cow  


Delivering tragedy and comedy in equal measure, Funny Cow charts the rise of a female comedienne through the 1970s and 1980s industrial Northern England. 


2017 / 1 x 102-minutes / UK

Gangster Glam  


Sonny Daye is a strange introverted kid who hasn't said much ever since age six. When his grandmother dies he is sent to Los Angeles to live with his only remaining family, Franky Syde.


1997 / 92 Minutes

George Washington  


Set in a small town in North Carolina, George Washington is the story of a tight-knit multiracial group of working-class kids caught in a tragic lie.


2000 / 89 minutes / USA

Get The Picture  


GET THE PICTURE is about the remarkable life and work of John G Morris, journalist and picture editor of Life magazine who is probably one of the last living journalists involved in the D-Day Normandy landings.


2012 / 69 minutes / Ireland

The Girl Gets Moe  


Moe, a gangster on the verge of going straight, and his partner Franco, trade guns for a living. When he is double-crossed in a big gun deal his dishonest cousin Donnelly helps settle the score.


1997 / 96 Minutes

Glorious 39  


In GLORIOUS 39, acclaimed writer/director Stephen Poliakoff has crafted a tense psychological thriller set against the idyllic British countryside during the glorious summer of 1939, just before the outbreak of the Second World War. 


2009 / 129 minutes / UK


Gloves Off  


Following his boxing trainer’s sudden death during his championship fight, Doug  (Brad Moore, The Golden Years) has inherited a crumbling debt-ridden gym, packed full of a mixed bag of crazy would-be pugilists. 


2017 / UK

Going Clear: Scientology and The Prison of Belief  


The highly anticipated and critically acclaimed documentary GOING CLEAR: SCIENTOLOGY AND THE PRISON OF BELIEF is a look inside the controversial religion from Academy Award®-winner Alex Gibney.





The Great Ghost Rescue  


Young Humphrey is a ghost with a big problem. He and his family, the Craggyfords, have been ousted from their home and left without a place to haunt. As they search for new haunting grounds they soon discover that they are not alone.


2011 / UK

Greatest Movie Ever Sold  


Acclaimed filmmaker and master provocateur Morgan Spurlock returns to a cinema near you with tongue-in-cheek perfection as he examines the world of product placement, marketing, and advertising by making a film financed entirely by product placement, marketing, and advertising.




HABIT is a deliciously provocative and subversive genre thriller that combines the twisted romance of LET THE RIGHT ONE IN with the sexiness and intrigue of UNDER THE SKIN.


2017 / UK


Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn  


Based on the globally renowned ‘Halo®’ franchise, the new live-action drama Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn delivers a dramatic and personal story of heroism and sacrifice.


90-minute Feature or 5-episode

Hard Boiled Sweets  


Ex-con Johnny (WILLIAMS) is forced into pulling a heist he wants nothing to do with. Mob boss ‘Shrewd’ Eddie (FREEMAN) has one million in dirty cash stashed at his home, just waiting to be stolen. But what Johnny doesn’t know is that seven other very dangerous criminals also have plans to steal the money…


2011 / UK



Conor is a ticket scalper, gambler and, now, Little League baseball coach for a rag-tag team of kids in one of the toughest parts of Chicago.


2000 / 107 Minutes


He Who Dares  


‘Die Hard’ meets ‘The Raid’ in the violent action thriller HE WHO DARES


2013 / UK

He Who Dares: Downing Street Siege  


Following his actions in HE WHO DARES, Christopher Lowe is summoned to 10 Downing Street to be dishonourably discharged from the SAS for disobeying a direct order, despite the fact his actions saved the Prime Minister’s only daughter. 

Fight. Kill. Win.


2014 / UK



Max (Sigourney Weaver) and Page (Jennifer Love Hewitt) are a brilliant mother and daughter con team who have their gift down to a fine art.


2002 / 123 minutes



After a 14 year hiatus, cult writer/director Philip Ridley is back with a vengeance with the visually stunning horror/thriller HEARTLESS - a fiercely shocking and intelligent spine-chiller that reinvents the horror genre. Jim Sturgess delivers a career defining performance in this twisted story which is equal parts psychological thriller, desperate romance and terrifying Faustian horror…


2009 / UK

Heaven or Vegas  


Rachel, a part-time call girl, consumed with fairy tales, is taken off the streets of Las Vegas by Navy, a high-class gigolo in search of a new way of life in Montana.


1997 / 100 Minutes

The Hebrew Hammer  


A Jewxploitation spoof in the vein of Shaft and Austin Powers, The Hebrew Hammer is the story of Mordechai, a handsome Orthodox Jew (a.k.a. the Semitic super stud!) hired by the Jewish Justice League after discovering that Santa’s evil son — who has come to run the North Pole after staging a coup with the help of a reindeer, Blitzen — has plans to eradicate Hanukkah.


2003 / 85 minutes

Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam  


Who’s Screwing who?


1995 / 106 minutes / UK/Germany/USA/Canada




Equal measures of David Lynch and Terrence Malick, with nods to classics GIANT and THE WIZARD OF OZ, Martin Scorsese protégé and award winning Director Derick Martini brings us an emotive, often funny but compelling story about 13 year old Luli’s life on the road and the extraordinary experiences that will shape her life forever.


2011 / 90 Minutes / USA

Higher Power  


From the Producer of the ‘Transformers’ franchise,  ‘Salt’, and the ‘G.I. Joe’ franchise, comes an astonishing new Sci-Fi movie.  With mind blowing special effects, and a compelling new character, HIGHER POWER is ‘X-Men’ meets ‘Chronicle’ - the story of a true everyman who risks his life to save his daughter and ends up with powers beyond his wildest imagination.


2017 / USA

His Big White Self  


Broomfield revisits his classic and lethal documentary on the Boer separatist Eugene Terre’Blanche, THE LEADER, HIS DRIVER AND THE DRIVER’S WIFE. This time, he had to go back in disguise, apparently as a character from a Jilly Cooper novel.


2006 / 92 minutes / UK

How To Get Girls  


Zach and Ben are two nerdy childhood best friends with a dream to go to Comic Con. When Ben is forced to move with his dad to Antarctica the two make a vow: when Ben returns they will finish writing their comic book and get it into the hands of their hero, Marvel creator Stan Lee.


2018 / USA

How to go out on a Date in Queens  


A self-proclaimed dating expert tries to get his best friend, who lost his wife two years earlier, back into the dating scene, with disastrous results


2006 / 90 minutes / USA


The Hunters  


Combining the cracking action, exotic locations, and mystical artefacts of ‘Indiana Jones’ with technological know-how and a modern sensibility, THE HUNTERS is a fresh, cool action-adventure picture for the whole family!


2013 / Canada

Hurly Burly  


Welcome to Eddie’s world. It exists at the very juncture where Hollywood meets the mountains, where the almost-rich and not-yet-famous live on cheap thrills and heady ambition while searching for true love and redemption.


1998 / 124 Minutes

The Hustle  


Maya and Tony are a couple of young grifters. Their usual con is for Maya to lure a businessman from a bar into a hotel suite.


1998 / 99 Minutes

I Am Slave  


From the award winning team behind ‘Death of a President’ and ‘The Last King of Scotland’, and inspired by real life events I AM SLAVE is a controversial thriller about London’s shocking slave trade, and one woman’s fight for freedom…


2010 / 83 minutes / UK

I Knew It Was You: Rediscovering John Cazale  


John Cazale was in only five films - The Godfather, The Conversation, The Godfather, Part Two, Dog Day Afternoon, and The Deer Hunter - each was nominated for Best Picture. Yet today most people don’t even know his name. I KNEW IT WAS YOU is a fresh tour through movies that defined a generation


2009 / 40 minutes / USA

I Love Your Work  


Gray Evans is living in a bubble.  He’s a movie star, married to a movie star.  He fears his fans almost as much as he fears life.  His is a world of sycophants and fake sets, in fact the only contact he has with reality is through the lens of his camera.



2003 / USA


I, Dolours  


A cinematic yet intimate and complex portrait of Dolours Price, militant IRA activist, hunger striker

and dissident Republican who two years before she died gave a filmed interview on condition that
it would not be broadcast in her lifetime. Now for the first time her story can be told in full and
entirely in her own words.



I’m Reed Fish  


Starring a fantastic hot young cast, this hilarious, charming and sweetly emotional coming-of-age comedy, follows the laid-back, cool (if a little goofy!) Reed Fish, as he learns, through his many mistakes, how to step out of his fathers shadow and discover who he really is...


2005 / USA

In The Dark Half  


THE DARK HALF is a serious, soulful and scary, psychological horror film about a teenage girl’s journey through her own haunted imagination.


2011 / 82 minutes / UK

The Independent  


A notorious B-movie director tries for a comeback by seeking out the film rights to the life story of a serial killer who wants his biography film to be a musical.


2000 / 85 minutes / USA

The Informers  


Inspired by a collection of short stories by Bret Easton Ellis (American Psycho) based on his own experiences of being a twenty-something growing up in Los Angeles.


2008 / USA

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