Two for Joy follows a mother, played by Samantha Morton, battling debilitating mental health problems, as her two children attempt to cope with her mental illness. The family visit a caravan park in an attempt to bring happiness to Morton. On the holiday they encounter another family, including actresses Billie Piper and Bella Ramsay, where the family are pushed to their limit as tragedy strikes.
Ex-soldier Michael Knox (Dave Bautista) attends a sporting event that is quickly seized by a dangerous, heavily armed group of criminals. Can Knox save the crowd of 35,000, and his beloved niece before time is up?
This documentary follows the story of the brave women who underwent the same training, as the famous “Mercury 7”, in a privately funded program outside of NASA. During a time full of prejudice, watch as these women try to defy the odds and prove that women can do anything men can.
After recently moving from the suburbs to the highly stylised and imaginary realisation of London’s Soho, Jim Dickinson manages to find himself with a group of unusual male escorts. With a new job Jim must battle his own condition, Stendhal Syndrome, and pursue his new career.
‘Lee’ Alexander McQueen’s rags-to-riches story is a modern-day fairytale laced with the gothic. Starting as a working-class boy from London, he harnessed his demons and became a global fashion brand. This film is a revelation of McQueen’s tortured and inspired world.
In a far-off Zambian village, a local eight-year-old girl (Margaret Mulubwa) is faced with an existential decision after being accused of being a witch: to either accept her supernatural reputation and stay in the local village, or to be transformed into a goat that may be killed and eaten.
Bruce Parry embarks on a spiritual journey as he travels the world and explores the lives of indigenous people. He dwells on existential questions such as collective human consciousness and the different modes of making sense of the world, both from a Western and Eastern stance.
Produced by our very own Jennifer Eriksson, this brilliant short film tells the story of Russell and Waylen, two car-jackers. Each one reveals something about the personality of its owner. When they discover something of immense personal value, they find themselves in a moral dilemma…
This acclaimed debut film from BAFTA nominated writer/director Babak Anvari is a chilling psychological horror set during the final months of the Iran/Iraq war. As a mother and daughter struggle to cope with the terrors of the post-revolution and war-torn Tehran of the late 1980s, a mysterious evil begins to haunt their home.
Two sisters on a Mexican vacation are trapped in a shark observation cage at the bottom of the ocean. With their oxygen running low and great whites circling nearby, they have less than an hour of air left to figure out how to get to the surface.