Release Year: 2023

  • The Holdovers

    The Holdovers

    The star (Paul Giamatti) and director (Alexander Payne) of Sideways reunite, in this funny and bittersweet comedy-drama about staff and pupils of a New England boarding school ‘held over’ to reluctantly spend the holidays together.

  • Monster


    An incident involving a troubled schoolboy has ramifications for the wider community. Shape-shifting mystery drama from distinguished Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Shoplifters), featuring a score by the late great Ryuichi Sakamoto.  Winner Cannes Best Screenplay Award.

  • That They May Face the Rising Sun

    That They May Face the Rising Sun

    Adaptation of John McGahern’s award-winning novel: an author and his wife relocate from 1980s England to the Irish village in which he grew up. This affecting and visually stunning chronicle of the beauty found in everyday life has been a hit in community cinemas across the UK. 

  • lo Capitano

    lo Capitano

    Gomorrah director Matteo Garrone’s gripping and visually extravagant epic follows two endearing Senegalese teenagers, undertaking a perilous journey across Africa to make a new life in Europe.  Nominated for the Best International Film Oscar & Golden Globe. 

  • The Taste of Things

    The Taste of Things

    Benoit Magimel and Juliette Binoche (formerly a couple in real life) star as a wealthy gourmet & his sous-chef, living and working together in late 19thC rural France. This lavish gastromance won the Cannes Best Director Award, and was France’s submission to the Oscars.

  • How To Have Sex

    How To Have Sex

    Critically acclaimed coming of age movie which won lead actress Mia McKenna-Bruce the BAFTA Rising Star Award. The nature of consent is explored as three teenage girls go on a holiday abroad to celebrate the end of exams.

  • River


    Charming Japanese sci-fi comedy from the team behind the smash-hit “Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes”. The hundred-year-old Fujiya inn in the quiet region of Kyoto is stuck in a time loop, with hilarious results.

  • Raging Grace

    Raging Grace

    Tense, entertaining Gothic satire of life in modern Britain: Filipina worker Joy, struggling to support her daughter Grace, secures the perfect job – but soon starts to realize everything is not as it seems. Nominated for 2 British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs).

  • American Fiction

    American Fiction

    Intelligent, often hilarious American comedy-drama. Jeffrey Wright stars as Monk, a frustrated novelist who challenges and satirises prevailing literary stereotypes about “Black” experience.

  • Seaside Special

    Seaside Special

    Funny, entertaining doc exploring British cultural identity: a Norfolk coastal resort prepares for the 2019 summer season and the UK’s last original end-of-the-pier variety show.

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