An army of well-trained criminals led by Laszlo Antonov highjack the Eurostar deep beneath the English Channel.
Director: Magnus Martens
Producers: Laurence Malkin, Allan Niblo
Co-producers: Kwesi Dickson, Jack Drewe, Daniel Findlay, Jonathan Halperyn, Daniel Kresmery
Four girls undertake a diving adventure in an underwater city, only to learn that they are being surrounded by deadly Great White Sharks. As their air supply is swiftly dwindling, they must find an escape in the midst of claustrophobic labyrinths of watery nightmares.
Director: Johannes Roberts
Produers: James Harris, Robert Jones, Mark Lane
Production Companies: Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, The Fizz
Hitsville: The Making of Motown it’s a documentary film narrating the birth of Motown in Detroit in 1958 until its relocation to Los Angeles in the 1970s.
Director: Benjamin Turner, Gabe Turner
Producer: Leo Pearlman
Co-producer: Heather Greenwood, Pip Sansom
Production Companies: Fulwell 73, Capitol Music Group, Motown, Polygram Pictures
Distributors: Altitude Film Distribution, Showtime Networks
Rob loves driving and stealing cars, living his life at a hundred miles an hour in the cash- starved port town he calls home. He shares a house with his dying father who thinks he’s out job hunting. Rob manages to keep his two worlds perfectly separated until best mate Leo gets him involved in a bigger, riskier job which goes terribly wrong. With his relationship with his distant father in shreds and betrayed by his best mate, unexpected hope comes from Leo’s girlfriend Kasia.
Director: Rene van Pannevis
Producers: Jennifer Eriksson, Jessie Magnum
Busby explores the life of one of the greatest and most influential managers in the history of football who transformed the Manchester United team from the second best team in town into one of the world’s most successful and iconic football clubs.
Director: Joe Pearlman
Producer: Leo Pearlman
Co-Producer: Heather Greenwood
Production Company: Fulwell 73
Distributor: Altitude Film Distribution
This documentary follows Tracy Edwards, the valiant leader and skipper of the boat “Maiden”, and her quest to put together a crew as fearless as her, and become the first ever female team to partake in the Whitbread Round the World Race. Through hard-work, determination and humility, the crew of Maiden make the impossible possible, by not only partaking in the competition but also winning a couple of the races, in a time where sailing was a male-dominated sport.
VS. stars Connor Swindells as Adam, a troubled foster kid, who suddenly finds himself in the midst of the Southend rap scene. Guided by Makayla, played by Fola Evans-Akingbola, Adam finds his calling and lets out his anger through competing amongst the rappers in this edgy coming of age story.
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.