• Courage of One Poster

    Courage of One

    Courage of One Poster

    Courage of One

    Based on a true story of bravery and courage. The year was 1918. Aníbal Milhais was one of 75,000 Portuguese soldiers sent to Flanders in defense of the Western Front. During the Battle of the Lys, when his beleaguered unit was forced into retreat, Milhais ignored superior orders and stood his ground in the trenches. Armed only with his Lewis light machine gun, he single-handedly fought off successive waves of German attack, saving the lives of countless Allied troops. Twenty-five years later, still haunted by the memories of war, Milhais recalls the stories that led to his fame as the soldier “worth a million men.”

  • Into The Labyrinth Poster

    Into The Labyrinth

    Into The Labyrinth Poster

    Into The Labyrinth

    The anomalous heat wave overwhelms everything, forcing everyone to reverse the pace of life: only during the hours of darkness it is possible to work, move, survive. And it is precisely in the middle of the night that Samantha emerges from the darkness that had swallowed her. A thirteen year old kidnapped and long held prisoner, Sam is now suddenly free and, traumatized and wounded, is hospitalized in a hospital room. Next to her, Dr. Green (Dustin Hoffman), an extraordinary profiler. Green in fact does not hunt monsters in the outside world, but in the minds of the victims. Because it is inside the memories of Sam that the clues able to lead to the capture of his jailer are hidden: the Man of the Labyrinth. But Dr. Green is not the only one chasing the monster. There is also Bruno Genko (Toni Servillo), a private investigator with an unexpected talent.

  • Shortcut Poster

    Shortcut

    Shortcut Poster

    Shortcut

    A group of five British teenagers are taking their usual school bus home when an unexpected detour turns their night into a nightmare. But this isn't your average night: a rare lunar eclipse is on the cards, as Nolan (Jack Kane) and his classmates; Bess (Sophie Jane Oliver), Karl (Zander Emlano), Queenie (Molly Dew) and Reggie (Zak Sutcliffe) soon discover.

  • One Man and His Shoes Poster

    One Man and His Shoes

    One Man and His Shoes Poster

    One Man and His Shoes

    'One Man and His Shoes' tells the story of the phenomenon of Air Jordan sneakers showing their social, cultural and racial significance and how ground-breaking marketing strategies created a multi-billion-dollar business.

  • In the Trap Poster

    In the Trap

    In the Trap Poster

    In the Trap

    Philip, a young proof-reader, has been living in a self-imposed prison. Convinced that an evil force wants to take possession of his soul, he secludes himself in his childhood apartment, the only place where he thinks he’s able to keep himself safe. But a meeting with a mysteriously alluring young woman makes him question his beliefs – have the demons that have haunted him all his life been simply a product of his own imagination, or is this new temptation yet another trap the devil has set for him?


    A chillingly claustrophobic take on demonic possession and the nature of faith, IN THE TRAP is a nail-biting suspense thriller where nothing, not even salvation, is as it seems.

  • Love Sarah Poster

    Love Sarah

    Love Sarah Poster

    Love Sarah

    Starring Celia Imrie, Shannon Tarbet, Shelley Conn, Rupert Penry Jones and Bill Paterson.

    With a special appearance by Candice Brown.

    Determined to fulfil her late mother’s dream of opening a bakery in charming Notting Hill, 19-year-old Clarissa enlists the help of her mother’s best friend Isabella and her eccentric estranged grandmother Mimi.

    Three generations of women will need to overcome grief, doubts and differences to honour the memory of their beloved Sarah while embarking on a journey to establish a London bakery filled with love, hope and colourful pastries from all over the world.

  • The Rifleman Poster

    The Rifleman

    The Rifleman Poster

    The Rifleman

    Based on the best of Novel Blizzard of Souls

    The Rifleman pays stark witness to the horrors and brutality of the First World War, as seen

    through the eyes of an innocent 17-year-old farm-boy turned soldier. Though he is underage, and his dad, a former marksman, is overage for the army, they are both conscripted into one of Latvia’s first national battalions. The thrill of training is soon followed by reality, as shells burst around them in the endless mud. He grows up on the battlefield, fighting at the side of his father and brother, their lives are constantly in jeopardy.

    Adapted from the book by Aleksandrs Grins, which was banned in the U.S.S.R., the story was based on Grins’ own war experiences in a Latvian battalion.

  • Provenance Poster

    Provenance

    Provenance Poster

    Provenance

    A classical musician (Christian McKay) travels to the South of France to escape the pressures of his life and career. There he awaits his young lover Sophia (Charlotte Vega).

     

    Relaxing into the slow, easy pace of Provence life, an apparently chance encounter with Englishman, Peter (Harry Macqueen) threatens to shatter his new-found peace.

     

    A tangled web of passion, trauma, memory and love builds towards a tragic climax. With riveting central performances, PROVENANCE is a devastating reminder that we can never escape our past.

  • All At Sea Poster

    All At Sea

    All At Sea Poster

    All At Sea

    A black comedy about an old rogue named Wally, who breaks all the rules to fulfill an old friend's dying wish to be buried at sea.

  • Sometimes Always Never Poster

    Sometimes Always Never

    Sometimes Always Never Poster

    Sometimes Always Never

    Sharp of both suit and vocabulary, Nighy (The Bookshop), is winningly deadpan as Scrabble-obsessed Merseyside tailor Alan, whose eldest son Michael stormed out of the house after a particularly heated round of the popular board game, never to return. Years later, Alan and his other son Peter (Sam Riley) continue the search while trying to repair their own strained relationship. Working from a witty and astute script by veteran screenwriter Frank Cottrell-Boyce (The Railway Man, Goodbye Christopher Robin), Liverpudlian director Carl Hunter deploys a vivid visual style and striking production design to capture the shifting moods of a family who know plenty of words but struggle to communicate.