Genre: Drama

  • Joyland

    Joyland

    Touching, bittersweet Pakistani family drama.  Different members of an extended family in Lahore struggle with the restrictions imposed on their lives by strict cultural norms. 

  • 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.

  • 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).

  • Beau Travail

    Beau Travail

    Claire Denis’ sensual, impressionistic masterpiece – loosely based on ‘Billy Budd’, relocated to a French Foreign Legion outpost in Djibouti – was voted 7th Greatest Film of All Time in Sight & Sound’s Critics Poll 2022.

  • Blue Jean

    Blue Jean

    A closeted PE teacher in 1980s Britain struggles to keep her sexuality hidden after the arrival of a new student.

  • Typist Artist Pirate King

    Typist Artist Pirate King

    Warm, darkly funny tragicomedy inspired by real events: unknown artist Audrey Amiss (Monica Dolan) goes on a road trip with her psychiatric nurse (Kelly Macdonald) to exhibit her work.

  • Holy Spider

    Holy Spider

    Zar Amir Ebrahimi won Best Actress at Cannes for her role as an investigative journalist going undercover to track down a killer.

  • Nostalgia

    Nostalgia

    Nostalgia is based on a 2016 novel by Ermanno Rea, brought to the screen by the distinguished and prolific Italian auteur Mario Martone, who was born in Naples in 1959 and has since directed more than 30 films. Now a Rome resident, he was during the 1990s associated with the new wave of Neapolitan cinema…

  • Pretty Red Dress

    Pretty Red Dress

    Debut feature from writer and director Dionne Edwards, who chooses the inner city streets of South London as a backdrop to her complex exploration of black masculinity and self acceptance. Travis, recently released from prison, strives to reintegrate himself into family life but as secrets and desires surface, his life unravels. This moving drama is…

  • Pamfir

    Pamfir

    A family man returned from working abroad is dragged back into crime for one last job. Thrilling and compelling Ukrainian drama set deep in the Carpathians during carnival season, drawing on local folklore to great visual and dramatic effect. "Savagely cinematic, charged with feral energy" (Guardian)."Bold and brave, like its protagonist, PAMFIR gorges on its…

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