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Starring George Clooney. Five hapless misfits from the hard-luck streets of Cleveland band together to try and pull off the greatest job they've ever heard of. (2002)

What to Expect When You're Expecting What to Expect When You're Expecting

Starring Cameron Diaz. Following the lives of five interconnected couples as they experience the thrills and surprises of having a baby. (2012)

Moonlighting Moonlighting

An English-speaking Polish foreman (Jeremy Irons) hides news of martial law from his Polish work crew in London.

Prick Up Your Ears

Starring Gary Oldman, Alfred Molina and Vanessa Redgrave. The story of controversial 1960s playwright Joe Orton, revealed in flashback after his murder by lover Kenneth Halliwell. (1987)

The Fall of the Krays

UK Premiere: Simon Cotton as Ronnie Kray and Kevin Leslie as Reggie Kray, picks up the story of the infamous Firm as the sanity of the two brothers bring uncertainties to their business plans

Without A Clue

Starring Michael Caine & Ben Kingsley. When Scotland Yard request that Holmes help them with their latest case, Watson is forced to provide him, in the form of drunken actor Reginald Kincaid. (1988)


Starring Catherine Tate & Brett Goldstein. Robert Kenner is a lonely man looking for love and going on his first date for 6 years. Oh, and he is also the world's only SuperHero. (2015)


Starring John Hurt, Joanne Whalley & Bridget Fonda. Based on the Profumo Scandal of 1963, an affair between an exotic dancer and the Minister of War shakes up the British government.

For Queen and Country

Starring Denzel Washington. When Reuben James is discharged from the British military, he returns to his old neighborhood in London's inner city, a violent ground for class warfare, crime, and drugs.

The Hours

Starring Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore & Nicole Kidman, the Oscar winning story of how the novel 'Mrs. Dalloway' affects 3 generations of women, all of whom have emcountered suicide in their lives.


Film: Starring Kate Winslet & Dougray Scott. A young genius frantically races against time to crack an enemy code and solve the mystery surrounding the woman he loves.


Oscar winning film starring Robert Downey Jr. & Sam Neill. The exiled royal physician to King Charles II devotes himself to helping Londoners suffering from the plague.


Directed by Alfred Hitchcock & starring Ivor Novello. Public schoolboy Roddy is expelled from school when he takes the blame for a friend's charge & his life falls apart in a series of misadventures.


Film: Starring Danny Dyer. A torrid night of passion and terror awaits Phillip after a chance meeting with a beautiful stranger, whose shocking secret past threatens to destroy them both.

A Man Called Dad

A perfect Father's Day watch. A revealing look at the joys and struggles of being a dad through the eyes of black men at different stages of fatherhood.

Common People

UK Film Premiere: Common People weaves together six stories & over thirty characters to present a dramatic, humorous & magical tale of romance, crisis & adventure on one of London's luscious commons.

21 Days

Film: Starring Laurence Olivier & Vivien Leigh. An Englishman kills his lover's husband and plans to give himself up, but his barrister brother objects.

Essex Boys: Retribution

Twenty years after Britain's most notorious gangland murders, the next generation of Essex Boys vie for control as revenge is sought by all sides.

The Escapist

Film: Starring Damian Lewis, Joespeh Fiennes & Dominic Cooper. An institutionalized convict 12 years into a life sentence without parole plans his escape when his estranged daughter falls ill.

Rise & Fall of White Collar Hooligan

Film: Starring Nick Nevern. When unemployed soccer hooligan Mike encounters an old friend during a bloody pregame brawl, he finds the answer to his problems - credit card fraud.

Looking for Eric Looking for Eric

Eric, a football fanatic postman whose life is descending into crisis, receives some life coaching from the famously philosophical Eric Cantona.

The English Teacher The English Teacher

Starring Julianne Moore. An English teacher's life is disrupted when a former student returns to her small town after failing as a playwright in New York. (2013)

A Private Function A Private Function

Starring Michael Palin and Maggie Smith. In post-war Britain, food rationing continues, leading a married couple to become involved in the flourishing bacon black market. Winner of 3 BAFTAs. (1984)

Fanny by Gaslight

During the nineteenth century, Fanny, the illegitimate daughter of a British Cabinet Minister, begins a new life as a lady s maid in the household of her real father.

That Hamilton Woman!

Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier, star in this Academy award-winning story based on one of history's most ill-fated love affairs between Emma Hamilton and Admiral Horatio Nelson.

Zebra Crossing

Justin is looking for a way out. In a brutal world where gangland violence, drug dealing and street fighting is a way of life, getting out of the game was never going to be easy.


Film:A struggling musician talks a local guitarist into joining the band for Saturday practice sessions at the local community centre, only to find the direction of their music taking an unusual turn.

4:00am 4:00am

The story of Doug; a socially reclusive 25 year old who makes a promise to Juniper, his best friend, to have some 'normal fun' for a change at one of Cooper's legendary parties

A Bigger Splash A Bigger Splash

Semi-fictionalized documentary biopic of British artist David Hockney. After a difficult break-up, Hockney is left unable to paint, much to the concern of his friends. (1973)

A Canterbury Tale

A young land girl, arriving in Kent, is attacked by a mysterious man. She and two soldiers determine to track him down and begin a pilgrimage which will lead them to self-discovery. (1944)

A Christmas Carol A Christmas Carol

Miser Ebenezer Scrooge hates Christmas, but then gets a visit from his companion Jacob Marley, who has been dead for seven years. He urges Scrooge to change his life.

A Day to Remember

The darts team of a London public house go on a day trip to Boulogne-sur-Mer in France.

A Hitman in London

HITMAN for hire Bradley decides to turn his back on killing for a living and drops out of society, But, when he encounters a savage pimp and a desperate woman in the London suburbs under his control, Bradley embarks on a quest to save the young girl from the clutches of the brutal gangsters that trade in women as currency and quickly gets entangled in a vile underworld of vice and corruption in which daily survival is not so much a skill, but an instinct.

A Kind of Loving A Kind of Loving

Alan Bates and June Ritchie star. After his girlfriend's pregnancy forces him to marry her, a young man must adjust to his new life and contend with his domineering mother-in-law.

A Month in the Country A Month in the Country

Starring Colin Firth and Kenneth Branagh. Adapted from the novel, A Month in The Country is the story of two shaken soldiers recovering from WWI during one summer in a Yorkshire Village. (1987)

A Night to Remember

Film: On April 14, 1912, the "unsinkable" Titanic struck an iceberg. In this award-winning film, acclaimed British director Roy Ward Baker depicts the the ship's last hours.

A Perfect Man A Perfect Man

Starring Jeanne Tripplehorn. A womanizing husband inadvertently falls back in love with his wife over the phone when she pretends to be another woman. (2013)

A Place to Go A Place to Go

Amidst the pub sing-songs and bombsites and with slums giving way to high-rise flats, life in Bethnal Green is changing for the Flints. Starring Rita Tushingham (1964).

A Royal Scandal A Royal Scandal

Richard E Grant stars as the Prince of Wales in the true story of a royal marriage that fell apart - a story of adultery, bitterness and betrayal 200 years ago.

A Royal Scandal A Royal Scandal

Richard E Grant stars as the Prince of Wales in the true story of a royal marriage that fell apart - a story of adultery, bitterness and betrayal 200 years ago.

A Summer Story A,S,S

Brief, life-shattering moment for a country girl who falls for a young lawyer. Adapted from John Galsworthy's The Apple Tree, it tells of the relationship between a young London lawyer and an innocent girl who helps him during his recovery from a twisted ankle at the farm where she lives.

A Thousand Kisses Deep A Thousand Kisses Deep

Starring Jodie Whittaker. Haunted by the death of a stranger in front of her, Mia starts to investigate what happened only to find herself trapped in another person s life, unable to escape. (2011)

Absolute Beginners Absolute Beginners

Starring Patsy Kensit and David Bowie. In 1958 London a young photographer seeks media stardom to keep the love of a beautiful, aspiring fashion designer. (1986)

Adventures of a Plumber's Mate Adventures of a Plumber's Mate

Film: Sid South gets to meet lots of lusty young ladies through his work, but looks to have landed himself in really hot water when he ends up with a heavy gambling debt.

Adventures of a Private Eye Adventures of a Private Eye

Film: While his boss is away, assistant private eye Bob West helps a model who is being blackmailed with some compromising photographs. With Diana Dors.

Adventures of a Taxi Driver Adventures of a Taxi Driver

Film: Cabbie Joe has no trouble picking up girls, who are more than willing to give him a fun ride. Unfortunately, Joe's back-seat shenanigans look set to land him in trouble.

Age of Kill Age of Kill

A black ops sniper is blackmailed by a psychotic international terrorist into killing 6 unrelated people in 6 hours... but there is more to the victims than meets the eye.

All Neat in Black Stockings

Film: Part bawdy romp, part kitchen-sink drama, this box-office hit features then-rising star Victor Henry as a window cleaner whose womanising is curtailed when he finds himself falling in love.

American Psycho American Psycho

Starring Christian Bale. In New York City in 1987, a handsome, young urban professional, Patrick Bateman, lives a second life as a gruesome serial killer by night.

American Psycho 2 American Psycho 2

Starring Mila Kunis. Rachael Newman has developed a taste for murder and will stand at nothing to become a college professor's assistant. (2002)

Amy Winehouse: Her Legacy Amy Winehouse: Her Legacy

After Amy Winehouse's tragic death, her family set up a charity in her name to help young people tackle the issues Amy struggled with; mental health difficulties drug and alcohol dependency.

An Elephant Called Slowly An Elephant Called Slowly

Starring Bill Travers. Bill and Ginny are invited by a naturalist friend to take care of his home in Africa while he is away, and they find themselves adopted by three orphan elephants. (1969)

An Inspector Calls An Inspector Calls

When a young girl is found dead, an inspector is sent to investigate a prosperous Yorkshire household. Each member of the family has a guilty secret and is partly responsible for her death.(1954)

And Then There Were None And Then There Were None

Starring Richard Attenborough. Ten people are invited to a hotel in the Iranian desert, only to find that an unseen person is killing them one by one. Could one of them be the killer? (1974)

Anna Karenina

Film: Starring Vivien Leigh. A married woman's affair with a dashing young officer has tragic results. Based on Tolstoy's classic novel.

Another Country Another Country

This film is based on the life of the spy and double agent Guy Burgess, Guy Bennett in the film. It explores his homosexuality and exposure to Marxism, while examining the hypocrisy and snobbery of the English public school system. Stars Rupert Everett and Colin Firth.

Appointment with Venus Appointment with Venus

Comedy starring David Niven and Glynis Johns. During WW2, British Major Valentine Moreland is tasked with rescuing a prized pedigree cow from the German-occupied Channel Island of Armorel (1951)

As You Like It As You Like It

Starring James Fox. Hiding out in an industrial wasteland from the murderous wrath of a regional ruler, a woman, disguised as a boy, gives wooing lessons to the edgy lad who proclaims he loves her.

Ask a Policeman

The mirthful adventures of Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot and his two constables, who stage a fabricated crimewave to save their jobs. Starring Will Hay. (1939)

Au Pair Girls Au Pair Girls

Gabrielle Drake gets naked in this saucy tale of four international au pair girls who come to London and find themselves embroiled in nudity, naughtiness and novel sexual situations. (1972)

Aunt Sally Aunt Sally

An American producer trying to set up his new show in London tries to fend off an enthusiastic English performer's attempts to get in his show.

B. Monkey

When wistful introvert Alan Furnace meets quick-witted bombshell Beatrice, he has no idea of her secret life as "B. Monkey" - the top thief-for-hire in London's criminal underworld.

Back-Room Boy Back-Room Boy

After leaving his wife, a man moves to an island and into a lighthouse, soon finds that 12 other people end up living on the island and one-by-one they start to disappear. (1942)

Bad Timing

Starring Art Garfunkel & Harvey Keitel. Nicolas Roeg's darkly erotic film about obsession and destruction

Baffled Baffled

Starring Leonard Nimoy. A race car driver suffers from visions where he sees people killed. But will these visions really happen? (1972)

Band Waggon Band Waggon

A plot involving spies in a haunted castle gives this team of celebrated British wireless comedians plenty of scope for laughs. Comedy starring Arthur Askey (1940).

Bank Holiday

On a 1930s Bank Holiday weekend, a number of people rush for trains to head to the seaside.

Baxter Baxter

A young American boy unable to overcome a speech defect is disturbed by the constant bickering of his parents, and when they get divorced, he slides into an emotional breakdown.

Beautiful People Beautiful People

Charlotte Coleman, Julian Firth and Rosalind Ayres star. October 1993, England play Holland in the preliminaries of the World Cup. The Bosnian War is at its height, and refugees are arriving affecting four families in different ways. (1999)

Bees in Paradise

Set on a mysterious island where warrior women hold all the power and men are regarded as beings useful only for breeding purposes. Comic scenes result when four airmen arrive on the island and become the object of native womenfolk's desires.

Behind the Headlines Behind The Headlines

Starring Paul Carpenter and Adrienne Corri. Two newspaper reporters compete with London Police to solve a murder. (1956)

Best of BFI Black London Best of BFI Black London // 3

A collection of the very best of the short films, documentaries and dramas from our BFI Black London season. (3/3)

Best Pair of Legs in the Business Best Pair of Legs in the Business

Comedy starring Michael Hadley. An ambitious but talentless entertainer at a holiday camp is blind to the fact that his home life is falling apart. (1973)

Beyond Soho

Film: Starring Ray Winstone. Malling is an investigative reporter, set to expose the corrupt public figures behind the Moral Revival Campaign.

BFI Black London: African... BFI Black London: African...

... Student Families: A cinemagazine documentary article about how guest students are supported in London. (1975)

BFI Black London: Ballet Black

A documentary about the Ballet Negres dance company, founded in London in 1946. Part of the BFI Black London season. (1986)

BFI Black London: Blood Ah Go Run BFI Black London: Blood Ah Go Run

Short newsfilm look back at the events of 1981, beginning with the killing of 13 young black people in New Cross and covering the Brixton riots, capturing the anger in the black community. (1982)

BFI Black London: Fords on Water

Two young men - one white and one black - find themselves thrown together because of circumstance and decide to escape London and take off to the North in a stolen car. (1984)

BFI Black London: Get Me to...

...the Crematorium on Time. A moving portrait of undying love and grief. Bonetta must escape the mental hospital to get to crematorium and bid farewell to the man with whom she shared her life. (1994)

BFI Black London: Homecoming BFI Black London: Homecoming

Ajamu, a black gay photographer, returns to his home town for an exhibition of his work which explores personal, sexual and cultural identity. (1996)

BFI Black London: Jemima & Johnny BFI Black London: Jemima & Johnny

Touching short about the friendship between a white boy and a black girl in 1960s Notting Hill.

BFI Black London: Sidney's Chair BFI Black London: Sidney's Chair

Stepney, London 1967: the arrival of the film star Sidney Poitier is a momentous event for a young boy and his friends. (1995)

BFI Black London: Steel and Skin BFI Black London: Steel and Skin

The story of Steel 'n' Skin, a music and dance group of African, West Indian and British participants, which their founder believed helped contribute to good inter-racial relations. (1979)

BFI Black London: Ten Bob in Winter BFI Black London: Ten Bob in Winter

The tribulations of a West Indian student during a workless Christmas holiday. (1963)

BFI Black London: Top Deck BFI Black London: Top Deck

Part of the BFI Black London season. A snapshot of 1960s attitudes on board the top deck of a London bus. (1962)

BFI Black London: White Men... BFI Black London: White Men…

... Are Cracking Up: The last day in the life of a white detective who is obsessed by a black 'street goddess'. (1994)

BFI Black London: White Men... BFI Black London: White Men…

... Are Cracking Up: The last day in the life of a white detective who is obsessed by a black 'street goddess'. (1994)

BFI Future Film

In partnership with the BFI, we bring you some of the brightest filmmaking talent from London and beyond with collection of specially curated shorts from the Future Film Festival 2016.

BFI London on Film

London Live presents BFI London on Film; a compilation of some of our favourite moments from this summer's season of specially selected documentaries from the BFI's national archive.

BFI London: A Woman's Place

Film about some of the women now working in the once exclusively male world of the Stock Exchange, as financial journalists, dealers, and in the role of Lord Mayor of London.

BFI London: Bridge of Song

British Transport: Work songs and popular ballads of today serve to remind that history of transport is continuous.

BFI London: Brief City

Shot on the South Bank site during the Festival of Britain 1951. We see the varied styles of architecture employed in the Exhibition and their relevance in relation to modern building techniques.

BFI London: Capital Visit

A party of schoolchildren spend three days in London, visiting the parks, museums, and seeing what London has to offer.

BFI London: Coping With Cupid

Three blonde aliens land in Soho in search of love.

BFI London: Dead London

Two men develop a theory which allows them to predict violent deaths in London - until they share their theory with a newcomer.

BFI London: Festival in London

Record of the 1951 South Bank Exhibition and the Battersea Pleasure Gardens.

BFI London: Hello West Indies

West Indians serving in Britain during World War II talk about their work in the armed forces and civilian life. Part of the BFI Black London season. (1943)

BFI London: London

London is a journal of 1992, the year of John Major's re-election, IRA bombs and the first crack in the House of Windsor. Scathing reflections on the recent past are enlivened by offbeat humour.

BFI London: London Can Take It!

London Can Take It! is the most renowned cinematic representation of the resilient heroism of ordinary Londoners during the early days of the Blitz.

BFI London: Moon Over the Alley

A quirky musical that explores the problems facing the multicultural residents in a Notting Hill boarding house of the early 1970s, destined for demolition.

BFI London: Nice Time

Impressions of Piccadilly Circus on a Saturday night in 1957.

BFI London: Piccadilly

One of the pinnacles of British silent cinema, Piccadilly is a sumptuous showbiz melodrama seething with sexual and racial tension. The Chinese-American screen goddess Anna May Wong stars. (1929)

BFI London: Pressure

A dramatisation of the tensions that exist between first and second generation West Indian immigrants in the Notting Hill area of London.

BFI London: Red

A beautiful tale of love, loss, new beginnings and the strange adventure taken by migrants to the UK. In 1977, young Xiao Mei leaves China for the UK to enter into an arranged marriage.

BFI London: Strip Jack Naked

The film tells of the struggle to get the feature Nighthawks made and released in the UK and the director's life as a gay man growing up in Britain. (1991)

BFI London: Student Power

The battle between students and staff at the London School of Economics and the students' discussions about representation, staff appointments and influences of expatriate American students. (1968)

BFI London: Terminus

The changing patterns of human emotions during 24 hours in the life of Waterloo Station.

BFI London: The Crane

An extremely fresh-faced Jude Law makes his film debut in this unusual short as a man who loses his job, his home and his fiancée, all in the space of one day.

BFI London: The Fairy of the Phone

Musical comedy based on instructions given in the London telephone directory.

BFI London: The Vanishing Street

The vanishing way of life of the Jewish community of Hessel St., Whitechapel.

BFI London: This Year London

A factory employees trip to London with the sights and the bright lights.

BFI London: We the Ragamuffin BFI London: We the Ragamuffin

Set in Peckham, South London, this musical brings together characters from the street and their ragga music culture. (1992) Screening is courtesy of Channel 4.

BFI: Burning an Illusion

A young British-born black woman begins to question her attitude to love and life and desire for middle-class respectability and security through marriage. (1981)

BFI: Every Day Except Christmas

12 hours in the life of Covent Garden fruit and vegetable market. (1957)

BFI: We Are the Lambeth Boys

Members of Alford House Youth Club in Kennington, London, are seen at school, at work, and taking part in the clubs activities. A charming look at youth culture in the 1950s.

BFI: Young Soul Rebels

In the summer of 1977, London prepared for the Silver Jubilee to the sounds of punk and soul. But tensions in the community reach boiling point following the murder of a local black gay man. (1991)

Bhaji On The Beach Bhaji On The Beach

A group of women of Indian descent take a trip together from their home in Birmingham, England to the beach resort of Blackpool, where they discover they have more in common than they thought. (1996)

Big Fat Gypsy Gangster

Film: After sixteen years in prison, Britain's hardest man is released from prison, & into the care of a documentary film crew who follow him for the next week, on an tour of gangland London.

Billy Liar Billy Liar

A young Englishman dreams of escaping from his working class family and dead-end job as an undertaker's assistant.

Billy The Kid and The Green Baize Vampire

Starring Alun Armstrong. Backstreet snooker player Billy Kidd challenges seven times world champion Maxwell Randall (the Green Baize Vampire) to a money-making championship duel. (1985)

Birthday Girl Birthday Girl

Starring Nicole Kidman. A thirtysomething bank clerk from St Albans has his small-town life turned upside down by the arrival of his Russian mail-order bride.

Black Beauty Black Beauty

Black Beauty tells the story of a colt on an English farm and the various hardships and tales he encounters during his life.

Black Joy

An innocent and unsophisticated Guyanese immigrant is exposed to the hustlin' way of life of the Brixton ghetto. Starring Norman Beaton. (1977)

Blackball Blackball

Film: Starring Vince Vaughn. A rebellious young British bowls player teams with another older and more traditional player to take on the Australian bowls team.

Blood and Carpet Blood and Carpet

In the late 1960s there were no CCTV or crime scene DNA testing, but disposing of a dead body was still bloody murder. (2015)11265

Blood Beast Terror

A scientist creates a beast capable of transforming back and forth between a beautiful woman and a giant Death Head moth that feeds on the blood of her victims. Starring Peter Cushing. (1968)

Blooded Blooded

The tables are turned on a group of animal hunters in a remote location where no-one could hear them scream. Starring Neil McDermott and Mark Dexter. (2011).

Bloody Lip Bloody Lip

Mockumentary. Working class inner-city middling professional heavyweight boxer Patrick St George Junior has just seven days to prepare for the fight of his life against childhood rival Liam O'Saink.

Blott on the Landscape

Bawdy adaption of Tom Sharpe's comic tale starring David Suchet & George Cole. A landowning MP attempts to have a motorway built through the grounds of his wife's ancestral home.

Blue Blood

Starring Oliver Reed. The occupants of Longleat country house begin to sense a sinister, demonic intent in the butler Tom's domination over his master and the house. (1974)

Blue Juice Blue Juice

Starring, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ewan McGregor, Sean Pertwee, Steven Mackintosh and Jenny Agutter. JC is living with his girlfriend Chloe in a small town in England. Will he stay with her and run a surfer coffee shop or travel around the world alone? (1995)

Blue Steel Blue Steel

Starring Jamie Lee Curtis. A female rookie in the police force must engage in a cat-and-mouse game with a pistol-wielding psychopath who becomes obsessed with her. (1990)

Bodyguard: A New Beginning Bodyguard: A New Beginning

Leung, the bodyguyard of a Chinese Triad boss, Wong, travels to the UK to protect a young british woman, whose true identity is known only by Wong himself. (2008)

Bonded by Blood Bonded by Blood

Film: Featuring an all-star cast including Tamer Hassan, Adam Deacon & Terry Stone. A brutal portrait of the most notorious firm in British crime history & the infamous Range Rover murders.

Bonded by Blood 2 Bonded By Blood 2

The Next generation. Starring Martin Delaney. In the aftermath of the infamous 'Essex Boys' Range Rover Killings, a group of younger, flashier criminals emerge to fill the power vacuum. (2017)

Boston Kickout Boston Kickout

Starring John Simm. Phil moves from a city slum to what he is told will be a brighter future in the suburbs, but finds himself caught up in a world of alcoholism, violence, and drug abuse. (1995)

Boys in Blue Boys in Blue

Sgt. Cannon (Tommy Cannon) and PC Ball (Bobby Ball) run the police station in the quiet town of Little Botham. When the station is threatened with closure due to a lack of crime, they decide to invent some crimes to justify their existence.

Boys will be Boys Boys will be Boys

Starring Will Hay in his first screen apperance in his famous schoolmaster role. A teacher in prison applies for the Headshup of Narkover. (1935)

Brash Young Turks

UK Film Premiere: From award winning director Naeem Mahmood, comes Brash Young Turks, a bold debut feature telling a fast paced struggle of love, crime and power, against all odds.

Bread Bread

On their way home from the Isle of Wight Pop Festival, Jeff, Trev and Mick along with girlfriends Marty and Cathy decide to pitch a tent on private land.

Breakaway Breakaway

An explosive film starring Dean Cain as Lt. Cornelius Morgan, a highly decorated member of the Chicago Police force, suspended after an accidental shooting.

Britannia Hospital Britannia Hospital

Satirical black comedy charting the chaos that results when the panicked staff of a major English hospital attempts to prepare for a visit by the Queen Mother, only to face every problem imaginable.

Bronson Bronson

Tom Hardy stars in this explosive and controversial biopic about Charles Bronson, who spent three decades in prison. From acclaimed director Nicolas Winding Refn. (2008)

Brothers Day Brothers' Day

Chris feels that Manchester's underworld of crime has taken his brother Ryan away from his side. But he soon learns that the decisions his brother made for him are not as easy as he thought.

Bulldog Jack Bulldog Jack

Starring Ralph Richardson and Fay Wray. Jack Pennington agrees to masquerade as a sleuth, enlisted to help Ann Manders find her jeweler grandfather who has been kidnapped by a gang of crooks. (1935)


Film: Alan Shearman, Mel Smith & Billy Connolly star. Dashing Captain Hugh 'Bullshot' Crummond is a WWI fighter pilot & all round spiffing chap who must put his talents to the test & save the world.

Caesar and Cleopatra

Film: Starring Vivien Leigjh. At the height of the Roman Civil War, a young Cleopatra meets a middle-aged Julius Caesar who teaches her how to rule Egypt.

Cal Cal

Starring Helen Mirren. Cal, a young man on the fringes of the IRA, falls in love with Marcella, a Catholic woman whose husband, a Protestant policeman, was killed one year earlier by the IRA. (1984)

Can You Keep it Up For a Week Can You Keep it Up For a Week

Annette promises to marry her accident-prone boyfriend Gil, on the condition that he keeps his hands off other women and holds down a proper job for seven days. (1975)

Car of Dreams Car of Dreams

Comedy starring John Mills. The son of a factory owner falls in love with one of his father's workers. (1935)

Car Trouble

Having a midlife crisis, a man buys a new Jaguar, and it immediately becomes his new love. What he doesn't know is that his wife is as attracted to the Jaguar salesman as he is to the car.

Caravan Caravan

A young man on a mission in Spain is left for dead by emissaries of his rival in love; he is nursed back to health by a gypsy girl who falls in love with him.

Career Girls Career Girls

Starring Katrin Cartlidge and Lynda Steadman. Two young women reunite and rekindle their friendship after having said goodbye at their college graduation, six years earlier. (1997)


Film: Based upon a series of true stories, Cargo is the intense tale of four refugees escaping from Croatia to the UK in the back of a lorry in the early 1990's, at the height of the Balkan wars.

Cash and Curry

A gang of petty criminals lands in an abandoned farm after a deal goes bad.

Charlie Chaplin Originals The Adventurer

The Little Tramp escapes from prison, saves a girl and her mother from drowning and creates havoc at a party.

Cheese on Toast Cheese on Toast

Cheese on Toast is coming your way so put the grill on! Good old fashioned comedy with a large slice of cheese and a dark edge.

Chromophobia Chromophobia

Film:Starring Ralph Fiennes, Penélope Cruz & Damian Lewis. Encouraged by his editor to seek 'sexy stories that sell', a reporter preys upon the private life of a former friend, with disastrous results

Circle of Danger Circle of Danger

Starring Ray Milland. Clay Douglas an American, comes to England, to find out the truth behind his brothers death during a commando operation in occupied France. (1951)

City Rats

Film: Starring Danny Dyer. Eight lost souls search for solutions to problems ranging from finding a better suicide method, to defeating creative block, to losing their virginity.

City Slacker

Starring Tom Conti and Fiona Gillies. A corporate high flyer who seemingly has it all must find a city slacker to start a family with in order to save her career.

Climbing High Climbing High

British comedy starring Michael Redgrave. A wealthy young man pretends to be poor to try and win the affections of a hard-up model despite his engagement to an aristocrat.

Close My Eyes Close My Eyes

Starring Alan Rickman. After years of tension, Richard begins a sexual relationship with his sister Natalie, who is now married. The relationship between them proves dangerously obsessional. (1991)

Come Play With Me - Mary Millington Come Play With Me - Mary Millington

Britain’s greatest sex symbol, Mary Millington, makes you an offer you can’t refuse as she and a gaggle of other beautiful girls set up a health farm. A true-blue British erotic classic.


Draymen Estate has become an urban legend. Amongst the sinister stories of brutal violence, several people have gone missing. Enter two filmmakers planning to make a documentary on the estate. (2012)

Complicit Complicit

Film: Starring David Oyelowo. Complicit follows Edward an MI5 officer desperate to foil what he believes is another 9/11 style atrocity planned by British terror suspect Waleed.

Confessions From The David Galaxy Affair Confessions From The David Galaxy Affair

Playboy David Galaxy has to prove his mettle with "the only woman in the world who's never had an orgasm." (1979)

Confessions of a Sex Maniac Confessions of a Sex Maniac

Starring Roger Lloyd-Pack.The first film sees an architect trying to find the perfect breast to base his design on, while the second feature is Britain's first ever full-length sex education film.

Conspiracy of Hearts Conspiracy of Hearts

Starring Lilli Palmer. Catholic nuns risk their lives to help Jewish children in an Italian internment camp escape Palestine during World War II. (1960)

Convict 99 Convict 99

A disgraced school master, Benjamin Twist, is mistaken for a tough prison governor and assigned the charge of a prison for particularly hardened criminals. Starring Will Hay (1938).

Cool It, Carol! Cool It, Carol!

A naive couple leave their small town for success in London's adult entertainment culture. (1970)

Cottage To Let Cottage To Let

Starring Leslie Banks and John Mills. A remote cottage, which has been converted to a hospital during the war, becomes the focus of attention for allied spies and Nazi agents. (1941)

Countess Dracula

Hammer Horror starring Ingrid Pitt in her defining role as the Hungarian Countess Elizabeth Bathory who discovers that bathing in the blood of virgins keeps her looking youthful. (1971)

County Kilburn

Film: A man puts in his last week as a bartender at an eccentric Irish pub in a part of London with a large expatriate Irish community known jokily as County Kilburn.


Starring Stephen Baldwin, Sadie Frost and Pete Postlethwaite. A serial killer made famous by a TV re-enactment of his crimes is inspired to kill again. (1996)

Crush Crush

Starring Andie MacDowell and Imelda Staunton. The world of three 40-something friends is turned upside down when one of them falls in love with a much younger man. (2001)

Cypher Cypher

Starring Lucy Liu. An unsuspecting, disenchanted man finds himself working as a spy in the dangerous, high-stakes world of corporate espionage. (2002)

Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D

Starring Peter Cushing. Dr Whos' arch-enemies, the Daleks, have conquered the Earth by the year 2150 A.D., leaving it up to the good doctor to save Mankind.

Dancer in The Dark Dancer in The Dark

Bjork stars as a Czech immigrant joined by her young son in 60s America who, expecting life to be like a Hollywood film, has a tendency to retreat into musical fantasy. (2000)

Dangerous Davies: Last Detective

Starring Bernard Cribbins. When D.C. Dangerous Davies, not held in high regard by his superiors, is assigned to find a notorious criminal kingpin, he uncovers the details of an old cold case. (1981)

Dangerous Mind of a Hooligan Dangerous Mind of a Hooligan

Five criminals unknown to each other are hired to complete a bank robbery. What should have been a smooth operation soon descends into paranoia, violence and horror. (2014)

Dead Man Running

Film: Starring Danny Dyer & Tamer Hassan. The clock is ticking and the boys have just 24 hours to raise cash to pay back bloodthirsty New York kingpin, Mr Thigo. Fail... and everyone dies.

Deadly Record Deadly Record

Starring Lee Patterson. An airline pilot, falsely accused of his wife's murder, sets out to find who really did it. (1959)

Death Drums along The River Death Drums Along The River

While investigating a murder in the British West African colony of Gambia, Inspector Sanders discovers links to a sinister diamond smuggling operation working further up the River Gambia.

Death to Smoochy Death to Smoochy

Starring Robin Williams. A kids show host, Rainbow Randolph, is fired in disgrace while his replacement finds himself a rising star. But the business of kids television isn't all child's play. (2002)

Decoding Annie Parker Decoding Annie Parker

Starring Helen Hunt. Annie Parker has watched both her mother and sister die of breast cancer and with the help of one doctor, works to prove that the disease is genetically linked. (2013)

Demons Never Die

Starring Tulisa Contostavlos & Reggie Yates. When a young girl takes her own life, the Suicide Kids decide to follow her lead & form a pact unaware they have all become the target of a masked killer.

Derby Day

Film: Starring Googie Withers. Entertaining ensemble piece dealing with several characters who are on the way to the races on Derby day.

Diamond Geezers Diamond Geezers

Starring Mark Jackson. Dodger is sent to Los Angeles by his London Gangster father to retrieve his baby sister and the cash she ran away with, but things don't go as planned...(2011)

Don't Just Lie There, Say Something

Starring Leslie Phillips and Joanna Lumley. Farcical comedy about a privately philandering politician who in public battles hippies in his crusade against smut in British society. (1973)

Don't Take It To Heart Don't Take It To Heart

Starring Richard Greene and Patricia Medina. A friendly castle ghost helps the Lady Mary and a visiting professor in fighting off developers. (1944)

Dorian Gray

Starring Colin Firth, Ben Barnes and Rebecca Hall. A corrupt young man somehow keeps his youthful beauty eternally, but a special painting gradually reveals his inner ugliness to all. (2009)

Dr Crippen Dr Crippen

Starring Donald Pleasence. The real-life story of Dr. Hawley Harvey Crippen, who was hanged in London in 1910 for poisoning his wife so he could be with his lover. But was he truly guilty of murder?

Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde

Starring Ralph Bates. In Victorian London, Dr. Henry Jekyll attempts to create an elixir of life using female hormones stolen from fresh corpses. (1971)

Dr Who and the Daleks Dr Who and the Daleks // 0

Starring Peter Crushing. The doctor's TARDIS time machine takes him, his granddaughters and a friend to war-ravaged planet Skaro. (1965)

Dressage Dressage

At a decadent 1930's party, two very sexy and shameless young women, make a bet with a rich and handsome young Baron to corrupt two innocent teenagers in order to ruin their families reputation.(1986)

Duel in The Jungle Duel in The Jungle

An American insurance investigator is sent to Rhodesia to investigate the mysterious death of a diamond broker who drowned whilst diving off the coast.

Ealing Studios // Saloon Bar Ealing Studios // Saloon Bar

Film: Against a background of Christmas & the pending arrival of another baby for the landlord, a group of pub locals set out to prove that a former customer is not guily of murder.

Ealing Studios // The Bells Go Down Ealing Studios // The Bells Go Down

Film: At the start of World War II, three volunteers sign up for the Auxiliary Fire Service. As London endures the Blitz, the amateurs soon find themselves tested.

Ealing Studios //The Rainbow Jacket

Film: A champion jockey is banned from racing so spends his time helping a young lad to become the next champion.

Ealing Studios- Another Shore

Film: A young Irishman comes up with an unusual plan to get the money to emigrate to Tahiti.

Ealing Studios Fan Club

Ealing Studios has given us Britain’s best-loved back catalogue of films. Find out what's showing each month and get a classic teaser, right here at Ealing Studios Fan Club.

Ealing Studios: Barnacle Bill

Film: Starring Alec Guinness. A seasick sea captain commands an amusement pier despite local opposition.

Ealing Studios: Bitter Springs

Film: A pioneer Australian family take their livestock on a 600-mile trek to reach their government-leased farmland. But their need for water brings them into conflict with Aboriginal tribes.

Ealing Studios: Cheer Boys Cheer

Film: Shades of "Romeo and Juliet" with rival British Brewery owners who hate each other and their children who fall in love.

Ealing Studios: Come On George

Film: George Formby stars as a stable-hand who befriends a nervous horse and discovers that he's the only one who can calm it down enough to win races.

Ealing Studios: Convoy Ealing Studios: Convoy

Film: A tale of the highs and lows of life protecting the vital convoys between America & England during WWII.

Ealing Studios: Crash of Silence

Film: Harry & Christine have a deaf-mute daughter, Mandy. As they realise their daughter's situation, the parents enrol her in special classes to try to get her to speak.

Ealing Studios: Davy

Film: The Mad Morgans are a family song and dance act touring the British Music Halls. Young Davy is the star of the act but should he stay with his family or strike out on his own?

Ealing Studios: Eureka Stockade

Film: In this biopic, Irish emigrant Peter Lalor (Chips Rafferty) travels in 1854 to Victoria, Australia, where he takes an immediate interest in the gold rush.

Ealing Studios: Fiddlers Three

FIlm: A pair of Jolly Jack Tars on shore leave take a Wren (lady sailor) to Stonehenge and get caught in a time warp finishing up in ancient Rome.

Ealing Studios: Frieda

Film: When an RAF officer returns to his small English town with a German bride, and discovers that for many wartime attitudes are hard to shift.

Ealing Studios: His Excellency

Film: The post-war Labour government appoints an ex-docker as Governor of a Mediterranean colony.

Ealing Studios: I Believe in You

Film: Cecil Parker, Celia Johnson, Harry Fowler and Joan Collins star in the BAFTA Nominated story of an unlucky girl, a troubled young man and their sympathetic probation officers.

Ealing Studios: Johnny Frenchman

Film: The fisherman from a Cornish village have a friendly rivalry with the fishermen (and one formidable woman) from a French port. Then war comes and they must all rethink their petty differences.

Ealing Studios: Lease of Life

Film: Starring Robert Donat. The parson of a small rural community knows he is dying and this makes him reconsider his life so far & what he can still do to help the community. BAFTA nominated drama.

Ealing Studios: Lease of Life Ealing Studios: Lease of Life

Film: Starring Robert Donat. The parson of a small rural community knows he is dying and this makes him reconsider his life so far & what he can still do to help the community. BAFTA nominated drama.

Ealing Studios: Let George Do It

Film: George, ukulele player with the Dinky Doo Concert Party, is mistaken for a British intelligence agent and foils a plot by German spies.

Ealing Studios: Let's Be Famous

Film: An Irishman sets out to become famous as a singer on the radio. Due to a mix up he is instead entered as a contestant on a quiz show.

Ealing Studios: Meet Mr Lucifer Ealing Studios: Meet Mr Lucifer

Film: A T.V. set given as a retiremant present is sold on to different households causing misery each time.

Ealing Studios: My Learned Friend

Film: An insane murderer is on the loose, & gunning for the men who put him away. Will Hay is on the list, and co-opts Claude Hulbert to try and stop him from meeting a grisly end.

Ealing Studios: Nine Men Ealing Studios: Nine Men

Film: During World War Two, a group of English troops become cut off from their batallion while behind enemy lines in the western desert.

Ealing Studios: Sailors Three

Film: Three able-seamen mistakenly board a German pocket battleship in a South American port. Comedy starring Tommy Trinder.

Ealing Studios: Ships with Wings Ealing Studios: Ships with Wings

Film: Morale-rousing World War 2 drama starring John Clements as Lieutenant Dick Stacey, a pilot who is dismissed from the Fleet Air Arm after his reckless actions cause the death of a fellow airman.

Ealing Studios: Spare a Copper

Film: A War Reserve Policeman foils saboteurs plotting to destroy a warship. Starring George Formby.

Ealing Studios: The Four Just Men

Film: This innovative thriller sees the unconventional heroes thwarting a dictator's plan to destroy the British Empire.

Ealing Studios: The Gaunt Stranger

Film: When a lawyer receives a bouquet with a note informing him that he'll be dead in 48 hours, Detective Wembury and his men embark on a frantic quest to uncover the killer's identity.

Ealing Studios: The Love Lottery

Film: Comedy drama in which Hollywood superstar Rex Allerton (David Niven) is invited to be the 'prize' of a lottery draw, and bites off more than he can chew.

Ealing Studios: The Man in the Sky

Film: Jack Hawkins is test pilot John Mitchell and the action follows his efforts to save not only his family but his life, too.

Ealing Studios: The Proud Valley Ealing Studios: The Proud Valley

Pen Tennyson directs this early Ealing Studios drama set in a Welsh coal mining valley. Paul Robeson stars as David Goliath, a charismatic seaman who washes up in a small mining village.

Ealing Studios: The Shiralee

Film: Starring Peter Finch. When Jim Macauley finds his wife with another man, he takes their young daughter and they hit the road. BAFTA nominated for best British film (1958).

Ealing Studios: The Ware Case

Film: A financier is accused of murder when his brother-in-law is found dead in his garden pond.

Ealing Studios: Trouble Brewing

Film: Starring George Formby & Googie Withers. An eager newspaper reporter goes undercover to expose a gang of counterfeiters.

Ealing Studios: Turned Out Nice Again

Film: Ealing Studios: An employee at an underwear factory, is caught between his modern wife & his meddling mother.

Ealing Studios: Undercover Ealing Studios: Undercover

Film: A 1943 British war movie that portrays the Yugoslav guerrilla resistance movement in Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia.

Ealing Studios: West of Zanzibar

Film: The story of native tribesmen who move towards Mombasa, getting drawn info the world of ivory smuggling.

Ealing Studios: Young Man's Fancy

Film: An aristocratic Englishman is engaged to a brewery heiress. He's not happy though and, during a visit to a circus he meets and falls in love with a human cannonball.

Ealing Studios:Return to Yesterday

Film: Film star Robert Maine, on his way back to America, decides to stop off at a little English seaside town in an attempt to recapture the happiness of his youth.

Ealing: For Those in Peril

Film: Turned down by the RAF for air service on medical grounds, Pilot Officer Rawlings (Ralph Michael) instead joins Air Sea Rescue, helping to pull downed Allied airmen out of the sea.

Ealing: Six Five Special

Film: At the suggestion of her girlfriend, a young singer decides to try and make her name in London. Catching the overnight '6.5 Special' the two find the train full of 1950's British pop stars.

Ealing: Six Five Special

Film: At the suggestion of her girlfriend, a young singer decides to try and make her name in London. Catching the overnight '6.5 Special' the two find the train full of 1950's British pop stars.

Ealing: The Foreman Went to France Ealing: The Foreman Went to France

Film: An English factory foreman travels to France in 1940 in order to engineer the smuggling of the vital machinery out of the country before the invading Germans can get their hands on it.

Ealing: The Ghost of St. Michael's

Film: New schoolmaster (William Hay) scoffs at the legends of a ghostly piper which haunts the school, until two headmasters come to a grisly end. Who will become the next victim of the phantom piper?

Ealing: The Siege of Pinchgut

Film: Aldo Ray stars as Matt Kirk, a wrongly-convicted prisoner who, along with three other inmates, escapes from jail aboard a small boat.

Ealing:The Night My Number Came Up

Film: A pilot is coaxed into revealing details of a dream in which eight persons take off on a flight and crash. Bafta nominated drama.

Ealing:The Ship that Died of Shame

Film: A trio of ex-servicemen begin smuggling innocuous black market items into post-war Britain but through greed they graduate to more sinister cargo.

Early Bird

Early Bird is a worst-case scenario dark comedy about the entirely ludicrous nature of flatsharing. A process with having strangers into your house for a brief chat, picking one that is not crazy...

East End Gangster: In the Shadows

UK Premiere, also known as 'Jumping the Shadow'. Half big-shot, half crooner, 50-year old Wayne Paul was born & bred in the legendary East End of London. At times sweet or violent, documentary leading us through his own tumultuous life.

East Side Story East Side Story

Follows the lives of boys in the East End of London, who are mentored by a man named Ray Lewis, who dedicates his life to trying to keep the boys off the streets.

Easy Money Easy Money

This British film is about one of the most beloved traditions of the English middle class, the football pool and is composed of four tales about the effect a major win has on four different groups in the postwar period

Easy Money Easy Money

This British film is about one of the most beloved traditions of the English middle class, the football pool and is composed of four tales about the effect a major win has on four different groups in the postwar period

Education Anglaise Education Anglaise

Starring Jean Antolinos. After losing both her parents, young Sylvie is enrolled in a strict and sadistic boarding school by her uncaring ward. (1983)

Enduring Love

Film: Starring Daniel Craig & Rhys Ifans. Two strangers become dangerously close after witnessing a deadly accident.

Escort Girls Escort Girls

Starring Maria O'Brian. It's Christmas Eve in London and various lonely men and women turn to male and female escorts for company. (1974)

Essex Heist Essex Heist

Jez and his crew face serious consequences as they attempt an elaborate heist on cash belonging to local crime kingpin, Terry Slade. (2017)

Evergreen Evergreen

A beloved and radiant music hall star leaves her public and flees to South Africa to raise her daughter quietly. The years pass, and her daughter returns to London as a show-biz hopeful (1934).

Everywhere & Nowhere

UK Film Premiere: Starring Adam Deacon & from the director of 'Kidulthood', this coming-of-age drama about a young British-Asian man caught in a culture clash.

Eyewitness Eyewitness

aka Sudden Terror. Starring Mark Lester and Susan George, witnessing an assassination, a boy claims the assassins are hunting him. (1970)

Fathers Doing Fine Fathers Doing Fine

Starring Richard Attenborough. Comedy surrounding the lives of Lady Buckering, an English widow, and her four daughters; Doreen, about to give birth at home, Gerda, Bicky and Catherine. (1952).

Fear of Water Fear of Water

Two teenage girls with parallel lives but coming from different socio-economic backgrounds meet one summer to discover friendship and a sexual awakening. (2015)

Fever Pitch Fever Pitch

Starring Colin Firth. A sports fan's romantic courtship clashes with his obsession with his favorite football team. (1997)

Firechasers Firechasers

Toby Collinsplays a persistent, beautiful reporter who is always the first on the scene of a series of fires ravaging London. She believes an arsonist is to blame but without any proof she has no story to write.

First a Girl First a Girl

Stage hopeful Elizabeth meets Victor, a female impersonator outside a theater. Victor loses his voice and convinces Elizabeth to perform in his place. Starring Jessie Matthews. (1935)

Flying Scot Flying Scot

A gang plans to steal a half-a-million pounds worth of banknotes from an express train.

Follow a Star

Film: Norman Wisdom plays a shop worker who dreams of becoming a famous singer. His attempts are, of course, disastrous, until he is encouraged by music teacher Miss Dobson.

Fools Rush In Fools Rush In

Comedy starring Sally Ann Howes as an impulsive young bride-to-be and Guy Rolfe as her long-lost father who turns up for the wedding. (1949)

Foreign Body

A sexy, sassy comedy about a fake physician who specialises in bedside manners! Starring Victor Banerjee, Warren Mitchell, Denis Quilley and Amanda Donohoe. (1986)


Film: The plan: Kidnap your wife's lover. Take him to a remote warehouse. Hurt him a little. Scare him a lot. Simple? There's no such thing as simple.

Four in the Morning

Bafta winning drama starring Dame Judi Dench, which follows the parallel stories of two couples in crisis and their connection to a drowned woman found in a river. (1965)

Frankenstein Created Woman Frankenstein Created Woman

Starring Peter Cushing and Susan Denberg. The baron puts an angry man's soul in the body of a woman beautified by surgery. (1967)

Frequencies Frequencies

In a parallel world where human frequencies determine luck, love, and destiny, Zak is forced to overcome science to love a woman with a different frequency.

Friday the Thirteenth Friday the Thirteenth

Starring Jessie Matthews. When a lightning strike causes a bus to crash, each passenger recalls what brought them on the ill-fated journey. (1933)

Full English Breakfast Full English Breakfast

A retired small-time London villian who killed his way to the top of Britain's drug empire becomes embroiled in a bloody battle of wits with terrorists who want to take over his criminal empire.(2014)

Fun at St. Fanny's

Film: 25-year-old Cardew, by far the oldest pupil at St. Fanny's boys school, finds himself at the centre of a plot to get him expelled.

Funny Man

Starring Christopher Lee. Having won an ancestral home in a poker game, record producer Max soon finds the home is possessed by a demonic jester with a murderous sense of humour. (1994)


Damien is a London copper with a past he's trying to forget. Now he's on the other side of the law he faces a tough decision: side with his old crew or protect London as it burns and rioters run amok.


Matt Damon, Casey Affleck star. A friendship between two young men is tested when they go for a hike in a desert and forget to bring any water or food with them.

Give Us The Moon Give Us The Moon

A young layabout son of a hotel owner becomes involved with a group equally committed to doing no work and tries to join

Green for Danger Green for Danger

Alastair Sim, Sally Gray, Trevor Howard and Rosamund John star in the Sidney Gilliat classic - Thriller based on a 1944 detective novel, an enigmatic Scotland Yard inspector investigates. (1946).

Green Street 2 Green Street 2

Following the deadly climax of "Green Street Hooligans," several members of the West Ham and Millwall firms end up in jail where they quickly discover the brutality of life on the inside. (2009)

Green Street 3 Green Street 3

An old firm leader returns to Green Street for revenge after hearing that his little brother was killed, but is he able to cope with a new type of hooliganism and can he find his killer? (2013)


Film: Starring Clive Owen, Helen Mirren & Danny Dyer. A prison inmate with a green thumb goes on to compete in a national gardening competition. Based on a true story.

Hackney's Finest

UK Film Premiere: A small-time drug-dealer gets into big trouble when a corrupt East London cop tries to steal a consignment meant for Welsh-Jamaican Yardies.


Film: Laurence Olivier stars in this multi-Oscar winning adaptation. Prince Hamlet struggles over whether or not he should kill his uncle, whom he suspects has murdered his father, the former king.

Hamlet Hamlet

Film: Laurence Olivier stars in this multi-Oscar winning adaptation. Prince Hamlet struggles over whether or not he should kill his uncle, whom he suspects has murdered his father, the former king.

Hand in Hand Hand in Hand

A Roman Catholic boy and a Jewish girl become best friends despite the prejudice that surrounds them.

Hannie Caulder Hannie Caulder

Starring Raquel Welch. After she is raped and her husband murdered, a woman hires a bounty hunter to instruct her in the use of a gun so she can get her revenge on the three outlaws responsible.

Hard Time Bus

UK Film Premiere. After a rude awakening, Mark's carefree lifestyle comes crashing back to reality, forcing him to make hasty plans. His decisions opens his eyes to the friends he thought he knew.

Hard Time Bus

UK Film Premiere. After a rude awakening, Mark's carefree lifestyle comes crashing back to reality, forcing him to make hasty plans. His decisions opens his eyes to the friends he thought he knew.

Hawk the Slayer

Starring Jack Palance. With the aid of his companions, Hawk the Slayer seeks to defeat his evil brother, Voltan, who murdered their father, in this cult fantasy classic. (1980)

Heartless Heartless

Starring Jim Sturgess & Clemence Poesy. A psychological thriller, Sturgess's character confronts demons on the streets of East London.

Heist Heist

When their attempt to rob a gangster's (Robert De Niro) casino goes awry, a desperate man and his partner hijack a city bus to escape from the police and a maniacal thug.

Hello Carter

Down-on-his-luck Carter has recently become homeless, single and unemployed. Desperate to win back his ex-girlfriend, he goes off on an adventure throughout London to find her. (2013)

Henry Vlll and His Six Wives Henry Vlll and His Six Wives

Starring Donald Pleasence and Charlotte Rampling. The 16th-century English king recalls Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour and other wives on his deathbed. (1972)

Hilary and Jackie Hilary and Jackie

Starring Emily Watson and Rachel Griffiths. The tragic story of world renowned classic cellist Jacqueline du Pré, as told from the point of view of her sister, flautist Hilary du Pré-Finzi. (1998)

Hilary and Jackie Hilary and Jackie

Starring Emily Watson and Rachel Griffiths. The tragic story of world renowned classic cellist Jacqueline du Pré, as told from the point of view of her sister, flautist Hilary du Pré-Finzi. (1998)

Hinterland Hinterland

When Harvey hears that his old friend Lola is returning home after years abroard, her arranges to take her away for the weekend. (2014).

Honeymooner Honeymooner

Starring Lisa Faulkner and Chris Coghill. Yearning to be married, Fran Goldman is forced to reassess his strategy of love after being dumped by his fiancée four weeks before the wedding. (2011)

Honeytrap Honeytrap

Network Premiere. Starring Jessica Sula and Lucien Laviscount. Inspired by true events, the story of fifteen-year-old Layla, who sets up the boy in love with her to be killed. (2014)

Honour Honour

Starring Paddy Considine. A story centered on a young woman is targeted by her family for an "honour killing" and the bounty hunter who takes the job. (2014)


Football, violence, mayhem and madness. Sean Bean (Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings series) presents one of the hardest hitting films on football violence ever made. (2012)

Hooligan Legacy Hooligan Legacy

Four men, no strangers to unlawful transgressions, execute a daring football stadium robbery. However it soon turns sour when their leader becomes paranoid. Starring Kris Johnson and Gary Finan (2016)

Horror of Frankenstein Horror of Frankenstein

Starring Ralph Bates and Kate O'Mara. Frankenstein's son seizes his father's castle and housekeeper and builds his own monster. (1970)

House of Mirth House of Mirth

Starring Gillian Anderson. A woman risks losing her chance of happiness with the only man she has ever loved. (2000)

House of Whipcord House of Whipcord

An insane couple take over the operation of an old jail and seek out, abduct, and punish young women who they believe have escaped proper justice. (1974)

How to Get Ahead in Advertising How to Get Ahead in Advertising

Comedy starring Richard E. Grant. A brilliant young advertising executive can't think of a slogan to sell a revolutionary new cream, and the stress affects his work, his marriage and his mind. (1989)


Helen Mirren stars as Beaty, whose life encompasses drugs, prostitution and a dangerous gangster lover. While working as a nightclub hostess she meets and falls for a mysterious young American. (1980)

I Against I

Film: A story of jealousy, murder and betrayal, set over 12 hours, using different timelines to reveal a dark thriller that takes numerous twists and turns en-route to an explosive finale.

I Live in Grosvenor Square

Film: Starring Rex Harrison. An English Duke's daughter, engaged to marry an English army Major, falls in love with a US Air Force sergeant billeted at her father's London residence during the war.

I Really Hate My Job

Film: Starring Neve Campbell & Shirley Henderson. Running late for her job as a kitchen hand in a Soho café, Alice discovers that the chef is drunk and agrees to cover for him, with consequences...

I Really Hate My Job

Film: Starring Neve Campbell & Shirley Henderson. Running late for her job as a kitchen hand in a Soho café, Alice discovers that the chef is drunk and agrees to cover for him, with consequences...

Inland Empire Inland Empire

Starring Laura Dern, Justin Theroux and Jeremy Irons. As an actress starts to adopt the persona of her character in a film, her world starts to become nightmarish and surreal. Directed and Co-produced by David Lynch.

Interview with a Hitman Interview with a Hitman

Starring Luke Goss. An elite hitman returns to erase his past only to find that somebody has messed with his future. (2012)

Intimate Games Intimate Games

Starring George Baker, a psychology teacher assigns his university class a project about personal fantasies. (1976)

Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary? Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary?

Film: Starring Diana Dors & David Tomlinson. An American naval officer's honeymoon is thwarted by the arrival of his first wife, who claims that their American divorce is not valid in England.

Isle of Dogs Isle of Dogs

When London gangland boss Darius Deel discovers his new trophy-wife Nadia is having an affair, he hunts down her lover Riley and a deadly game begins. (2011)

It's all About Love It's all About Love

Starring Joaquin Phoenix and Clare Danes. It's All About Love is the story of two lovers and their attempts to save their relationship in a near-future world on the brink of cosmic collapse.

It's All Over Town It's All Over Town

Lance Percival stars as stagehand Richard Abel, who along with his best friend (Willie Rushton) embarks on a mission to see every West End musical showing in London.

It's Not Cricket It's Not Cricket

Starring Basil Radford. Kicked out of Army Intelligence, a pair of upper class twits set up as private detectives. The result is refined English chaos. (1949)

Jayne Mansfield: From Hollywood... Jayne Mansfield: From Hollywood...

... To Yorkshire. Documentary about the life and career of American bombshell Jayne Mansfield. Focusing on the period in 1967 when she came to Yorkshire for a stint at the Batley Variety Club.

Jayne Mansfield's Car Jayne Mansfield's Car

Starring Kevin Bacon. The death of a clan's estranged wife and mother brings together two very different families. But will the scars of the past hide differences that will tear them apart? (2012)

Jermaine and Elsie Jermaine and Elsie

An emotional story of an unlikely friendship that grows between an elderly woman and her young carer with very different beliefs and backgrounds.

Joey Boy

Film: Busted for running an illegal gambling den during the Second World War, a gang of East End wideboys choose conscription over prison and take their talents on a tour of duty.

John & Julie

Film: Classic British comedy starring Sid James and Peter Sellers. The film follows the adventures of two small children who run off to watch the coronation of Queen Elizabeth in 1953.

Junkhearts Junkhearts

Frank An ex-soldier, haunted by a violent past, Christine, a working mother and Lynette, a young rough sleeper meet when Christine stumbles out a club. Their lives change when they meet Frank.

Just for the Record

Film: Starring Danny Dyer & Craig Fairbrass. Dirty dealings, back-stabbing, insults, threats & deception - it's all in a days work for this motley crew who have been assembled for a business venture.

Just My Luck Just My Luck

Norman Wisdom fantasies about meeting the window dresser across the road. He wants to buy her a diamond pendant but calculates it will take him over 100 years to save up for it. He is talked into betting a pound on a six horse accumulator at the Goodwood races with a slightly shady bookmaker.

Kicking Off Kicking Off

Starring Warren Brown. After their football team is relegated, two fans kidnap the referee who they believe unfairly disallowed a winning goal. (2016)

Kids in Love Kids in Love

Starring Will Poulter and Cara Delevigne. A young man in his gap year is introduced to a world of all-day parties and wild nights in London, changing him forever. (2016)

King George and Queen Mary... King George and Queen Mary... // 2

...The Royals Who Rescued the Monarchy. A two-part portrait of Elizabeth II's grandparents, King George V and Queen Mary, which examines the lasting legacy of the couple. (2/2)

King Lear King Lear

Brian Blessed stars as King Lear who gradually descends into madness, after he divides his kingdom between two of his three daughters egged on by their flattery, bringing tragic consequences for all.

Knight Without Armour Knight Without Armour

Starring Marlene Dietrich. After two years as a Czarist British agent posing as a Russian Commissar, he rescues a Russian countess from her Bolshevik captors. (1937)

Lady Godiva Rides Again Lady Godiva Rides Again // 0

Aka Bikini Baby. Starring Sid James and Diana Dors. An unsophisticated and impressionable young girl finds herself in trouble after winning a beauty pageant. (1952)

Last Chance Harvey Last Chance Harvey

Starring Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoffman. Divorced composer Harvey arrives in London for his daughter's wedding, but his own romantic spirits are lifted by a new woman in his life. (2008)


UK Film Premiere: Latvia is about love and guns. Set in London, it's the story of two young men and the greed and violence that corrupts their childhood friendship.

Laughter In Paradise Laughter in Paradise

Starring Alastair Sim. When a millionaire practical joker dies, he divides his fortune among four heirs who must carry out his zany instructions to cash in. (1951

Law and Disorder

Film: When Percy Brand, a habitual confidence trickster, keeps being sent down, he goes to great lengths to ensure that his son Colin, does not find out about his criminal past.

Let Him Have It Let Him Have It

Film: Starring Christopher Eccleston. The true story of Derek Bentley, a case which gripped the nation in the 1950s with a controversial outcome.

Little Dorrit - Part One

Starring Alec Guinness. Oscar nomiated adaptation of Dickens' novel tells the Dorrit family saga from the viewpoint of youngest daughter Amy born and raised in Marshalsea prison.

Little Dorrit - Part Two

Starring Alec Guinness. Oscar nomiated adaptation of Dickens' novel tells the Dorrit family saga from the viewpoint of youngest daughter Amy born and raised in Marshalsea prison.

London Film Festivals - Raindance London Film Festivals - Raindance 3/3

The acclaimed Raindance Film Festival have brought together a specially selected collection of award winning films from their best submissions. 1/3

London in the Raw London in the Raw

A documentary that tours the strip-clubs and underground dives of London.

London Live Film Festival Global Academy Film Festivals

From intense drama to black comedy, London Live shines a spotlight on some of London's best independent short films with this specially curated selection from Global Academy

London River London River

Film starring Brenda Blethyn: The tragic London bombings of July 7, 2005, bring together the unlikeliest of pairs when a prejudiced British Christian, and a solemn French Muslim cross paths.

London to Brighton

A gritty thriller that follows a prostitute and a young runaway on the run to Brighton in a desperate fight to save their own lives before it's too late.

London Town

Starring Sid Field. The daughter of an aging music hall performer sabotages her father's rival revue star in order to get him back into the spotlight. (1946)

Look Back in Anger Look Back in Anger

Starring Richard Burton. Angry young man, Jimmy Porter is caught in a love triangle between his upper-class wife and her best friend. Nominated for four BAFTAs and a Golden Globe. (1959)

Looking for Eric Looking for Eric

Eric, a football fanatic postman whose life is descending into crisis, receives some life coaching from the famously philosophical Eric Cantona.

Lords of London

UK Film Premiere: Starring Ray Winstone. London gangster Tony Lord is forced to reflect on his past misdeeds when he is transported back to 1950s Italy, where his mother & father originally met.

Love Tomorrow Love Tomorrow

An ex-ballet dancer's life is turned upside down after receiving devastating news. A chance encounter with a charismatic dancer marks the start of a fragile friendship that starts to develop.

Love Variations Love Variations

Britain's first ever sex education film caused widespread tabloid controversy upon its original release. Now more hysterical than educational, models perform a variety of sexual positions. (1971)

Love, Honour and Obey Love, Honour and Obey

Starring Jude Law, Sean Pertwee, Sadie Frost, Jonny Lee Miller & Ray Winstone. A bored postman convinces his best friend to let him join his uncle's criminal gang.

MacBeth MacBeth

Starring Jason Connery as the man who will stop at nothing to gain the Crown and the resulting tragedy.

Madame Sin

Starring Bette Davis, Denholm Elliott and Robert Wagner. A CIA agent is used as a pawn in an insane woman's plan to steal a nuclear submarine. (1972)

Madonna of the Seven Moons

Stricken with amnesia, the wife of an Italian wine merchant abandons her husband and daughter and ends up in Florence as the mistress of jewel thief Nino Barucci. (1944)

Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins

Starring Spike Milligan, Leslie Phillips, June Whitfield and Bruce Forsyth. An all-star cast feature in seven short comedy stories, each based on one of the seven deadly sins. (1972)

Mahler Mahler

Composer Gustav Mahler's life, told in a series of flashbacks as he and his wife discuss their failing marriage during a train journey. (1974)

Make Mine Mink

Starring Terry Thomas. A group of people, hatch a plan to steal fur coats, sell them and give the money to charity. As a group, however, they are not particularly experienced in such matters... (1960)

Malta Story Malta Story

Starring Alec Guinness.In WW2, the island of Malta, strategically located and vital to supply lines in the Mediterranean Sea, is fiercely attacked by the Germans but staunchly defended by the British.

Man of Violence Man of Violence

Starring Michael Latimer. A mercenary joins forces with 2 crooked cops in an attempt to steal a fortune in gold bullion from a corrupt Arab country. (1971)

Maria Callas: Live in London

Maria Callas: A live performance on 27 February 1962 at the Royal Festival Hall, London, accompanied by the Philharmonia Orchestra.

Martha Meet Frank, Daniel...

... & Laurence. Film: Laurence recounts how his life long friendship with Frank & Daniel has been overturned in just three days by their each independently meeting, and falling for, Martha.

May I Kill U?

Film: Starring Kevin Bishop. Baz is one of Britain's new breed of police, a cycle cop. Although he appears to be a figure of fun, a freak accident turns him into a psychopath...

Maytime in Mayfair

Film: Penniless man-about-town Michael Gore-Brown is delighted to hear he has been left a high-class Mayfair fashion salon.

Me You and Everyone We Know Me You and Everyone We Know

Starring John Hawkes and Miranda July. A lonely shoe salesman and an eccentric performance artist struggle to connect in this unique take on contemporary life. (2005)


Film: Starring Mark Lester & Jack Wild. Two youngsters declare to their parents that they want to get married. Not sometime in the future but as soon as possible. Score by the Bee Gees.

Men Are Not Gods

Starring Rex Harrison. A theatre critic's secretary is caught up in a love triangle involving the stars of a production of Othello after she is persuaded to alter a review to make it more favourable.

Michael Bolton: Live in London

Join Michael Bolton for an unforgettable concert at London's famous Royal Albert Hall as he delivers hit after hit in his trademark soulful style in front of a packed audience.

Miss Julie Miss Julie

Over the course of a midsummer night in Fermanagh in 1890, an unsettled daughter of the Anglo-Irish aristocracy encourages her father's valet to seduce her.

Miss Julie Miss Julie

Over the course of a midsummer night in Fermanagh in 1890, an unsettled daughter of the Anglo-Irish aristocracy encourages her father's valet to seduce her.

Miss London Ltd Miss London Ltd

Classic comedy starring Arthur Askey. Askey stars as a man trying to save his flagging escort agency. A new partner suggests getting some new girls in, just in time for the soldiers' leave. (1943)

Miss Tulip Stays the Night Miss Tulip Stays the Night

Adelphi Film Collection: Starring Diana Dors. gorgeous Kate Dax & her crime-writer husband, Andrew, investigate the murder of eccentric spinster Miss Tulip.

Mister Jerico Mister Jerico

Starring Patrick Macnee and Connie Stevens. Dudley Jerico sets out to rob corrupt millionaire Victor Rosso of his legendary Gemini diamond. (1970)

Model for Murder Model for Murder

Hazel Court, Jean Aubrey, Michael Gough and Alfred Burke star. An American officer scours Britain in search of his dead brother's girlfriend and becomes involved in a jewel heist.

Mona Lisa

Film: Starring Bob Hoskins. A small time crook gets a job driving call girl Simone around. He unwittingly becomes entagled in her dangeous game against his boss (Michael Caine).

Monique Monique

Sex is definitely off the menu in Bill and Jean's marriage. That is until they employ Monique. A hot young Au Pair who really puts a 'swing' back into their sex life. (1970)

Montana Montana

Starring Lars Mikkelsen, Ashley Walters and Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones). In London's East End, a Serbian commando and teenage boy plot revenge against a powerful crime lord. (2014)

Movie Movie Movie Movie

Three movie genres of the 1930s, boxing films, WWI aviation dramas, and backstage Broadway musicals, are satirized using the same cast. (1978).

Mulholland Dr Mulholland Dr

After a car wreck on the Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality.

Murder in Soho

Film: The Cotton Club in London's Soho district is operated by American gangster Steve Marco who, when Joe Lane threatens to tell the police of his past, has no qualms about killing him

Murder in The First Murder in The First

Starring Christian Slater and Kevin Bacon. An eager and idealistic young attorney defends an Alcatraz prisoner accused of murdering a fellow inmate. (1995)

My Teenage Daughter My Teenage Daughter

Anna Neagle stars as a woman who, widowed during the war, struggles to keep her infatuated seventeen-year-old daughter under control and out of trouble.

Naked as Nature Intended Naked as Nature Intended

Four young beauties enjoy the sights of the West Country while exploring the joys of nudism. (1961)

Not Now Darling Not Now Darling

A mad cap British farce about mistresses and minks in the London fur salon of Bodley, Bodley, and Crouch. Mistaken identities, scantily clad women kept hidden in closets and suspicious wives. (1973)

Not Now Darling Not Now Darling

A mad cap British farce about mistresses and minks in the London fur salon of Bodley, Bodley, and Crouch. Mistaken identities, scantily clad women kept hidden in closets and suspicious wives. (1973)

Not Now Darling Not Now Darling

A mad cap British farce about mistresses and minks in the London fur salon of Bodley, Bodley, and Crouch. Mistaken identities, scantily clad women kept hidden in closets and suspicious wives. (1973)

Nothing But The Best Nothing But The Best

Starring Alan Bates. Jimmy Brewster is an ambitious clerk who crawls his way to the top of the social pile by using his cocky self assurance and natural cheeky charm to overcome any obstacles...(1964)

Nowhere to Go Nowhere to Go

Paul Gregory is sprung from jail in London by his accomplice after getting a stretch as expected for robbing a woman who falls for his charms. Only he knows how to get to the money, but his partner is getting greedy and as things turn sour Gregory finds that home in Canada is a long way away. Bafta Nominated.

Nuns on the Run Nuns on the Run

Starring Robbie Coltrane and Eric Idle. After a botched heist, two London gangsters find themselve with a briefcase full of cash. Hotly pursued, they hole up in a convent disguised as nuns. (1990)

Nutcracker Nutcracker

Starring Joan Collins. A Russian ballet dancer defects from the USSR, emigrates to England, and joins a ballet company run by a powerful, wealthy lady. (1982)

Of Human Bondage

Film: Starring an Oscar nominated Bette Davis. A young man finds himself attracted to a cold and unfeeling waitress who may ultimately destroy them both.

Oh Mr Porter!

Starring Will Hay. A hopeless railway employee is made stationmaster of Buggleskelly. Determined to make his mark, he devises a number of schemes to put Buggleskelly on the map. (1937)

On the Game On the Game

A light-hearted documentary presenting the history of prostitution with comic sketches.

One Million Years B.C. One Million Years B.C.

Prehistoric man Tumak is banished from his savage tribe and meets pretty Loana who belongs to a gentler coastal tribe but he must fight caveman Payto to win her favours.

One More Time

Two night club owners find themselves in trouble with the law. One goes to his English Lord brother for help, who is later murdered. He swaps places with his dead brother to solve the murder. (1970)

Ooh You Are Awful Ohh You Are Awful

Conmen Charlie Tully and Reggie Peek have successfully conned a couple of Italian men, and are making an easy escape with £500,000. Flushed with success, Tully is unable to resist running a "quick and easy" minor con on a passing American tourist. But "quick and easy" unexpectedly goes awry, and Tully is arrested.

Operation Amsterdam Operation Amsterdam

A British army officer leads a dangerous mission to Amsterdam in 1940 to prevent valuable industrial diamonds falling into the hands of the invading Germans.

Our Miss Fred Our Miss Fred

Starring Danny La Rue. While entertaining the troops with his drag act, the Germans capture Fred.Thinking he's a girl, they let him go. He mustn't break his character until he reaches safety. (1972)

Out of Season Out of Season

A tense story of an unusual romantic triangle. An American (Cliff Robertson) returns after 20 years to his English-coast lover (Vanessa Redgrave) and her now-grown daughter (Susan George).

Over the Moon

Starring Rex Harrison. In this romantic comedy, a humble country girl lives her life in the ramshackle mansion of her aged uncle & is shocked to learn that he has left her an enormous fortune.

Over the Moon

Starring Rex Harrison. In this romantic comedy, a humble country girl lives her life in the ramshackle mansion of her aged uncle & is shocked to learn that he has left her an enormous fortune.

Paradise Found Paradise Found

Starring Kiefer Sutherland. A successful 19th century French stockbroker (Sutherland) leaves his profession to become an artist in Paris. (2003)

Payback Season

Film: Welcome to the world of football stars & gang violence. When an ex-hooligan finds fame as a premiership footballer he thinks he can finally escape his violent past. Starring Adam Deacon.

Pelican Blood

UK Film Premiere: Set in the world of obsessive bird spotters, Nikko, a young man living in London who throws himself into birdwatching as a means of getting over his break up with his girlfriend.

Penelope Penelope

Film: Starring Christina Ricci, James McAvoy & Reese Witherspoon. A modern romantic tale about a young aristocratic heiress born under a curse that can only be broken when she finds true love.

Permissive Permissive

Suzy arrives in London with nowhere to stay. She meets a friend, Fiona, a groupie who has settled into a relationship with Lee, bass player and singer with a rock-band. (1970).

Personal Best

Filmed over four years, PERSONAL BEST follows up-and-coming British sprinters on their journey from the grassroots of athletics to the international stage.

Personal Services Personal Services

BAFTA nominated film starring Julie Walters. The story of the rise of a madame of a suburban brothel catering to older men, inspired by the real experiences of Cynthia Payne.

Peter's Friends Peter's Friends

Six former college friends gather for a New Year's Eve weekend reunion at a large countryside manor to reminisce about the good times. Starring Emma Thompson, Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie. (1992)


Film: Piggy is a dark & brutal tale of revenge & retribution. When his brother is murdered, Joe finds solace in an old family friend, Piggy, who opens the door to a world of violence & revenge.


Film: Starring Danny Dyer. A week in the life of Woody; a Soho pimp, as seen through the eyes of concealed documentary cameras: A week which spirals brutally out of control.

Plastic Gangsters

Independent Comedy drama following the lives of The Tuckers, a disorganised crime family with the 'Shidas' touch.

Play it Cool Play it Cool

Starring Billy Fury. After randomly meeting a band on a plane, Ann Bryant joins up with her new friends to search London's nightclubs for her popstar crush, Larry Granger. (1962)

Please Turnover Please Turnover

The orderly suburban life of a 1950's English town is turned on its head when the daughter of one of the residents writes a steamy novel featuring characters obviously based on the local population.

Plenty Plenty

Starring Meryl Streep. David Hare's account of a one-time French freedom fighter who gradually realises that her post-war life is not meeting her expectations.

Poppy Shakespeare

Film: This funny, original and moving drama takes a candid look at life from the perspective of a worryingly sane patient on the psychiatric ward of a north London day hospital.

Power Play Power Play

Following the murder of a cabinet minister and an almost uncontrollable outbreak of terrorism, the President of this fictional country imposes martial law.

Preaching to the Perverted

A politician on a moral crusade employs a young man to infiltrate the London S&M scene and gather evidence. But he is unwittingly drawn into it and falls for his new mistress. (1997)

Primitive London Primitive London

Film documentary on 'Swinging London' as it actually happened

Privates on Parade Privates on Parade

Starring John Cleese. A troupe of virgin soldiers trek around Malaysia while getting caught in the crossfire between Communists, the locals, and their own sergeant's gun-running activities. (1984)

Punk in England: Women in Rock Punk in England: Women in Rock

Interviews, rare concert footage and music videos featuring ladies who rock.

Punk in London Punk in London

A contemporary documentary covering the Great British punk rock explosion of 1977.

Purely Belter Purely Belter

Starring Chris Beattie. Two teenage boys will do anything to get money to buy season tickets for their local team. (2000)


Film: Wartime spy comedy starring Laurence Olivier. Scotland Yard's Major Hammond is called in to investigate the disappearance of several missing British planes.

QPR: The Four Year Plan

In 2007, investors buy the bottom-ranked Queens Park Rangers soccer team and launch an ambitious plan to promote them to the Premier League.

Raise the Titanic Raise the Titanic

April 14, 1912, Titanic sinks in the Atlantic Ocean. Years later, to obtain a supply of a rare mineral, a ship raising operation is conducted for the only known source, the Titanic. (1980)

Ransom (original title) 1975 Ransom (original title) 1975

Sean Connery, Ian McShane and Jeffry Wickham star. AKA The Terrorists (1975) A gang of hijackers seize a British plane as it lands in Scandinavia. Ruthless military police are assigned to rescue the plane and its passengers.

Reggae in a Babylon Reggae in a Babylon

The young, gifted and black generation of the 70's who started the British Reggae movement is captured in this unique documentary.


Biography of the brilliant but unconventional sixteenth-century Flemish painter, beginning with the death of his beloved wife, Saskia, and following his disgrace in the eyes of the court. (1936)

Remember Me? Remember Me?

Starring Robert Lindsay and Imelda Staunton. A suburban family finds their lives thrown into crisis with the unexpected arrival of one of the wife's old flames. (1997)


Roman Polanski's psychological drama starring Catherine Deneuve. Alone in a Kensington flat an unstable woman's tortured nightmares spill into real life violence when she is visited by two men. (1965)

Resurrecting the Street Walker

Film: An ambitious young filmmaker discovers an abandoned and incomplete horror movie from the 1980s and decides to finish it - big mistake.

Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel

Paris is Burning! Under the Iron Fist of Robespierre hundreds are executed, by the swift and bloodstained guillotine. Through these acts of injustice a new heroism is born - The League of The Scarlet Pimpernel.

Reuniting the Rubins

Film: Starring Timothy Spall. Lenny Rubins, has to put his dream retirement on hold when his ailing mother emotionally blackmails him into reuniting his estranged children for a Jewish holiday.

Ripper Ripper

A young writer believes she has discovered the holy grail of terror, the knives used by Jack the Ripper for his notorious murders.

Romeo and Juliet

Starring Laurence Harvey and John Gielgud. Adaptation of Shakespeare's classic play where the son and daughter of two rival families fall for each other, with tragic consequences. (1954)

Royal Wedding Royal Wedding

Oscar nominated film starring Fred Astaire. American sibling song-and-dance team Tom and Ellen Bowen are in London in 1947, when all of England is in a tizzy over thhe royal wedding.

Rude Boy Rude Boy

A young British punk and roadie for The Clash navigates life in socially torn 1970s England.

Sands of The Desert Sands of The Desert

Comedy starring Charlie Drake as a travel company employee sent to oversee his company's new holiday camp in the desert. (1960)

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

BAFTA winning film starring Albert Finney. A rebellious, hard-living factory worker juggles relationships with two women, one of whom is married to another man but pregnant with his child.

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

BAFTA winning film starring Albert Finney. A rebellious, hard-living factory worker juggles relationships with two women, one of whom is married to another man but pregnant with his child.

Saturn 3 Saturn 3

Two lovers stationed at a remote base in the asteroid fields of Saturn are intruded upon by a retentive technocrat from Earth and his charge: a malevolent 8-ft robot.

Say Hello to Yesterday Say Hello to Yesterday

Starring Jean Simmons. An affluent, middle-aged housewife in a failing marriage is romantically pursued by a young man while running errands in London. (1971)

Scars of Dracula Scars of Dracula

Starring Christopher Lee and Dennis Waterman. Bat's blood hits Dracula's ashes, and he rises again to fight a couple looking for trouble. (1970)

School of Sex School of Sex

Lord Wingate, acquitted after appearing in court for fraud, starts up a 'finishing school' to teach girls how to extract money from rich men, in return for a percentage of their gains. (1969)

Scrubbers Scrubbers

Film: Starring Amanda York & Kathy Burke. Two girls escape from an open borstal. Annetta wants to visit her baby daughter who is being raised in a convent.


Ray Winstone stars in one of the most violent, explosive and controversial British films of all time. Staff at a borstal decide to break a young offender - with savage and relentless violence. (1979

Sea Change

Carol Stewart, an English teacher at a special needs school, is in despair. She always wanted to make a difference, but who is she kidding? She hasn't got it in her. Locked in the school at the end of her last day, an encounter with a mysterious stranger gives her the opportunity to review her life.

Sea of Sand Sea of Sand

Sent to destroy a Nazi petrol dump in the North African desert, a British commando team unexpectedly discovers a large Nazi tank unit and must inform the HQ in time.

Secrets of a Windmill Girl Secrets of a Windmill Girl

The tragic life of a Windmill girl called Pat Lord, a fictional dancer in London's real-life historical striptease nightclub and nudie film theater, The Windmill Theatre.

Sex and the other woman Sex and the other woman

A series of vignettes exposing how women manipulate their men into submission. (1972)

Sherlock Holmes: The Secret Weapon Sherlock Holmes: The Secret Weapon

Film: Starring Basil Rathbone. Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson must protect a Swiss inventor of an advanced bomb sight from falling into German hands.

Sherlock: Dressed to Kill

Film: Starring Basil Rathbone. Sherlock Holmes sets out to discover why a trio of murderous villains, including a dangerously attractive female, are desperate to obtain three unassuming music boxes.

Sherlock: Terror by Night Sherlock: Terror by Night

Film: Starring Basil Rathbone. When a diamond is stolen on a London to Edinburgh train & the son of its owner is murdered, Sherlock Holmes must discover which suspicious passengers is responsible.

Shopping Shopping

Starring Jude Law and Sadie Frost. In the near future, Billy and Jo are leaders of a teen gang of ram-raiders, car thieves who crash into shops and steal whatever they can. (1994)

Smoking Gun (UK Premiere) Smoking Gun (UK Premiere)

Starring Tommy O'Neill. On a Friday afternoon in North London, Jack decides to bet £250 on a horse win treble which, if all three horses win, would net him and his friends a fortune. (2016)

Some Like It Sexy Some Like it Sexy

Starring Christopher Matthews. A young man fantasizes about fornicating with several women. (1969)

Some Like It Sexy Some Like It Sexy

Comedy about the swinging sex society in London in the late 1960s. Mod Peter (Christopher Matthews) moves around the city meeting various women, including Salvation Army officer Jenny (Nicola Pagett), socialite's daughter Miss Beaufort-Smith (Madeline Smith) and hippie Creampuff (Annabel Leventon).

Some voices

Film: Starring Daniel Craig. Upon being released from mental hospital, Ray is taken in by his brother Pete, who now runs their late father's cafe.

Some Will Some Won't Some Will Some Won't

Starring Leslie Phillips and Ronnie Barker. Four beneficiaries of a wealthy practical joker's estate must alter their personalities to collect their inheritance. (1970)

Someone Else Someone Else

Starring Stephen Mangan. Stressing over his lovelife, photographer David is torn between his girlfriend Lisa and the exciting Nina - he has a serious decision to make. (2007)

Song of Songs Song of Songs

Starring Natalie Press. An orthodox Jewish woman is determined to bring her estranged brother back into the fold. (2006)

SOS Titanic SOS Titanic // 0

Starring Helen Mirren. On its maiden voyage in April 1912, the supposedly unsinkable R.M.S. Titanic hits an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean. (1980)

Spaced Out Spaced Out

Low-budget aliens (three nice-looking women and a computer voice-over) crash-land in England and abduct four earthlings. (1979)

Spare the Rod Spare the Rod

It is London in the year 1960 and John Saunders enthusiastically begins his new teaching career at a tough slum-area school. Starring Max Bygraves and Donald Pleasence (1961).

Sparrows Can't Sing Sparrows Can't Sing

Film: Starring Barbara Windsor. Returning home from sea after two years, Charlie Gooding finds his home demolished and his wife Maggie missing. BAFTA nominated comedy, drama.

Speaking of Sex Speaking of Sex

Starring James Spader and Bill Murray. A female marriage counselor and a male depression expert try to solve the marital problems of a troubled couple. (2001)

Spiderhole Spiderhole

When four homeless art students decide to take up residence in an abandoned London House, hidden terror lurks. Horror starring Amy Nobile and Emma Griffiths Malin. (2010)

Spy in Black Spy in Black

Starring Sebastian Shaw and Conrad Veidt. A German submarine is sent to the Orkney Isles in 1917 to sink the British fleet. (1939)

St. George's Day

Film: Starring Charles Dance. A top firm in the capital's gangster underworld is threatened when they lose a drug shipment belonging to the Russian Mafia.

Stalker Stalker

A guide leads two men through an area known as the Zone to find a room that grants wishes.

Stealing Elvis Stealing Elvis // 0

Frank and Danny pull an ingenious robbery. On a night out to celebrate, they hook up with Kristina and Alice. The girls discover the stolen money and plot to steal it for themselves.

Stealing Moses Stealing Moses

The story of 2 fatherless boys on an unlikely journey of brotherly love. Josh needs to get little Moses to his Father, but in doing so he will jeopardise his own future. (2014)

Stevie Stevie

Starring Oscar winner Glenda Jackson. A film about the British poet Stevie Smith and her life in London living with her aunt in Palmers Green. (1978)


UK Film Premiere: Starring Aiden Gillen as a grieving father who comes into confrontation with a youth gang in London. British drama film written & directed by Simon Blake.

Straight on Till Morning Straight on Till Morning

Starring Rita Tushingham. A timid, withdrawn woman meets a man she believes is finally the love of her life, unaware that he is a vicious serial killer. (1972)

Strangerland Strangerland

Starring Nicole Kidman and Joseph Finnes. A family finds their dull life in a rural town rocked after their two teenage children disappear into the desert, sparking disturbing rumors of their past.

Sunday Bloody Sunday

Award winning drama. Divorced working woman Alex & Jewish family doctor Daniel Hirsh share not only the same answering service but also the favours of young Bob Elkin who bed-hops between them.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber

London barber Sweeney Todd (Tod Slaughter) provides the bakeshop next door with grisly makings for meat pies. (1936)


UK Film Premiere: A married man's philandering ways catch up with him when his three girlfriends hold him to ransom.

Take Me High Take Me High

Starring Cliff Richard. After being transferred to an industrial town in Britain, a successful financier becomes partners with a restaurateur. (1973)

The 7th Dimension

UK Film Premiere: Ever wanted to predict the future? The members of Beacon 77, a dedicated group of computer hackers, do and now they have hacked in, they cannot get back out.

The Amazing Howard Hughes The Amazing Howard Hughes

Starring Tommy Lee Jones. Biographical drama on the fascinating life of Texas billionaire Howard Hughes who was privately tormented by demons that got the better of him over time. (1977)

The Anniversary (1968) The Anniversary (1968)

Three sons who work in the family construction business help their overbearing mother celebrate her anniversary to her late husband.

The Arsenal Stadium Mystery The Arsenal Stadium Mystery

A friendly match between Arsenal and The Trojans,turns deadly. Detective Inspector Slade is called in to investigate.

The Arsenal Stadium Mystery The Arsenal Stadium Mystery

A friendly match between Arsenal and The Trojans,turns deadly. Detective Inspector Slade is called in to investigate.

The Astonished Heart

Starring Celia Johnson and Noel Coward. Christian Faber has been happily married to his wife Barbara for twelve years. Into their lives comes Leonora, who embarks on an affair with Christian. (1950)

The Bank Job The Bank Job

A reformed criminal (Jason Statham) is persuaded to pull off a lucrative bank heist. What he doesn't realise is that the vault contains secrets that will lead him into a web of corruption and scandal.

The Bargee The Bargee

Starring Harry H Corbett and Ronnie Barker. Hemel has a girl in every town along his route, and each one is intent on marriage. He is finally caught when one of the girls, falls pregnant. (1964)

The Bear The Bear

Based on the book by Raymond Briggs. After Tilly loses her teddy bear at the zoo it is returned to her by a Polar Bear and the two then begin a magical friendship with humorous complications.

The Beast in the Cellar The Beast in the Cellar

Soldiers in a English town are being brutally murdered by an unknown creature. Two sisters living nearby realize they might understand what's happening. (1970)

The Beat Beneath My Feet The Beat Beneath My Feet

Starring Luke Perry. A teenage boy discovers his unruly neighbour is really a disgraced Rock God who "died" 8 years ago owing a fortune in unpaid tax. (2013)

The Bed Sitting Room

Starring Rita Tushingham, Ralph Richardson and Peter Cook. Sci-fi comedy set in a post-apocalyptic England where a handful of bizarre characters live among the ruins. (1969)

The Best of the Adventures The Adventures of Robin Hood // 34

The classic tale starring Richard Greene. Robin of Locksley, a nobleman, is forced into the life of an outlaw, with his men, he rights the wrongs committed by the rich and powerful against the poor.

The Big I Am

A small-time crook (Leo Gregory) gets in way over his head after he inadvertently saves the life of a mobster who deals in human trafficking.

The Big Sleep The Big Sleep

Starring Joan Collins. A Grizzled American private detective in England investigates a complicated case of blackmail turned murder involving a rich but honest elderly general. (1978)

The Bitch

Joan Collins stars as Fontaine Khaled, an upper class but decidedly unclassy nightclub owner, sex addict and all-round bitch. Based on the bestselling novel by Jackie Collins. (1979)

The Black Tent The Black Tent

Charles inherited a large estate which leaves him full of questions, as his brother was an army officer reported 'missing presumed dead' in 1942. Charles travels to Tripoli to find the truth. (1956)

The Breaking of Bumbo

Film: Richard Warwick and Joanna Lumley star in this sexy, exuberant social satire charting the travails of an angry young man reacting against his environment.

The Brothers The Brothers

Sons of two Scottish clans fight over a convent-bred servant girl on the Isle of Skye in 1900. Starring Patricia Roc and John Laurie. (1947)

The Brothers Grimm The Brothers Grimm

Will and Jake Grimm are traveling con-artists who encounter a genuine fairy-tale curse which requires true courage instead of their usual bogus exorcisms.

The C Word The C Word

Adaptation of Lisa Lynch's candid book about her experience of cancer, based on her popular blog which was launched shortly after her diagnosis. A surprisingly funny story of life, love and cancer.

The Chain The Chain

Starring Nigel Hawthorne and Bernard Hill. Comedy featuring interweaving stories of seven households caught up in a property chain on moving day, each one dependent on the other. (1985)

The Challenge The Challenge

This true story tells the tale of Edward Whymper, an English climber who led the first successful attempt to climb the Matterhorn

The Comeback The Comeback

A singer moves to an estate to write new songs for his act. The ghost of his murdered wife begins to haunt him. Starring Pamela Stephenson and Jack Jones (1977)

The Comedian

UK Film Premiere: Filmed in and around East London, The Comedian perceptively follows the dreams of a twenty-something year old trying to make it on the London comedy circuit.

The Company of Wolves

Starring Angela Lansbury. Rosaleen's dreams are a nightmarish world populated with werewolves. Her encounters become ever more fantastic as they give life to her own burgeoning sexuality. (1984)

The Constant Husband The Constant Husband // 0

A man (Rex Harrison) wakes up in a hotel room in Wales, suffering from amnesia. He has no recollection of who he is or where he comes from. With the help of mental specialist Doctor Llewellyn (Cecil Parker), he manages to trace himself back to his wife and home in London, but soon discovers that she is just one of his many wives in his many homes all over the country.

The Count of Monte Cristo

Starring Richard Chamberlain, Donald Pleasence and Tony Curtis. A young officer, falsely imprisoned by his jealous friends, escapes and uses a hidden treasure to exact revenge. (1975)

The Cracksman The Cracksman

Starring Charlie Drake. An honest British locksmith, who loves a challenge, becomes a safecracker sought by rival gangs. (1963)

The Criminal The Criminal

In the UK, after pulling a racetrack robbery, repeat offender Johnny Bannion hides the loot in a farmer's field but the police and the local mob come looking for Johnny and for the money. (1961)

The Crowded Day

Film: The loves, laughs and tears of a group of salesgirls and their boyfriends in a big department store, Bunting and Hobbs, on one day during Christmas week.

The Dark Man The Dark Man

Maxwell Reed, Barbara Murray, William Hartnell and Geoffrey Sumner star. A killer called 'The Dark Man' commits double murder, witnessed by the young aspiring actress Molly Lester. Can Detective Inspector Viner of Scotland Yard solve them before The Dark Man gets to Molly?

The Debt Collector The Debt Collector

Nickie Dryden is an ex-convict and debt collector once jailed for murder. Now leading a respectable life, he is still tormented and humiliated by Keltie, the policeman who succeeded in convicting him.

The Diamond Heist

UK Film Premiere: Vinnie Jones & Michael Madsen star. When two dancers mysteriously disappear from outside his London club, Terence a notorious diamond smuggler; needs to find some replacements fast.

The Disappearance The Disappearance

Thriller about a contract killer whose wife has disappeared. When he is hired by an international organisation to carry out a "shy" or hit, he suspects they are connected with her disappearance.

The Divorce of Lady X

Film: Starring Laurence Olivier. Divorce lawyer Everard Logan thinks the woman who spent the night in his hotel room is the erring wife of his new client.

The Drum The Drum

Starring Sabu and Raymond Massey. During the British Raj, Captain Carruthers works under cover to track smuggled shipments of arms on the restless Northwest Frontier of India. (1938)

The Early Bird

Film: Norman Wisdom plays a milkman caught up in a feud between the small, traditional company that employs him and a large, modern dairy planning a hostile takeover.

The English Harem The English Harem

Film: Martine McCutcheon plays a young working class girl, Tracy, who - against the wishes of her parents & racist ex-boyfriend - becomes one of three wives of West London Persian restaurateur, Sam.

The English Patient

Starring Ralph Fiennes. At the close of WWII, a young nurse tends to a badly-burned plane crash victim. His past is shown in flashbacks, revealing an involvement in a fateful love affair. (1996)

The Englishman Who Went Up A Hill, But Came Down A Mountain The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain

Starring Hugh Grant. When an English cartographer tells a Welsh village that their mountain is only a hill, the offended community sets out to change that. (1995)

The Entertainer (1960) The Entertainer (1960)

Laurence Olivier, Brenda de Banzie and Roger Livesey star. Archie Rice, an old-time British music hall performer sinking into final defeat, schemes to stay in show business.

The Estate 10014

The story of a bad boy hoodie & his gang that dominate their zone on a notorious South London Estate, and five families struggle with every day crime.

The Fall of the Essex Boys

Film: The rise and fall of the Essex Boys gang - the drugs, the violence and, of course, the murders. The real story is the most shocking of all.

The Filth and The Fury The Filth and The Fury

A film about the career of the notorious punk rock band, the Sex Pistols.

The Final Test The Final Test

The film centres around leading cricketer Sam Palmer's last appearance for England. He desperately wants his son to be there at The Oval to witness this, but the son is more concerned with meeting a leading poet Alexander Whitehead.

The Flowers of War The Flowers of War

Starring Christian Bale. An American finds refuge during the 1937 Japanese invasion of Nanking in a church with a group of women. Posing as a priest, he attempts to lead the women to safety..

The Football Factory The Football Factory

Starring Danny Dyer and Tamer Hassan. An insight on the gritty life of a bored male, Chelsea football hooligan who lives for violence, sex, drugs & alcohol. (2004)

The Fourth Protocol

Film: Starring Michael Caine. John Preston is a British agent with the task of preventing the Russians detonating a nuclear explosion next to an American base in the UK.

The Frightened City The Frightened City

A small-time thief is recruited by a mobster. He doesn't like the job, but with the mob on his back, a femme fatale in his bed and a sick friend to care for, he will have to keep his wits about him.

The Gentle Gunman (1952) The Gentle Gunman (1952)

The relationship between brothers Terry and Matt, both active in the IRA, comes under strain when Terry begins to question the use of violence.Set In 1941 in wartime UK, starring Dirk Bogarde.

The Ghoul The Ghoul

Professor Morlant is buried with an Egyptian jewel, which is reputed to give the owner eternal life. When his servant steals it, Morlant returns from the grave to reclaim his possession. (1933)

The Girl on the Boat The Girl on the Boat

A British comedy film starring Norman Wisdom, Millicent Martin and Richard Briers and based on the novel of the same name by P.G. Wodehouse.

The Go Between The Go Between

A tale of torrid and forbidden love between a couple in the English countryside.

The Golden Salamander The Golden Salamander

Starring Trevor Howard. A man is torn between tackling a sinister crime syndicate or turning a blind eye to the suffering it creates. (1950)

The Good Night

Comedy starring Penelope Cruz, Gwyneth Paltrow and Martin Freeman. Gary (Freeman) searches for perfection in life, love, and art through a relationship with a literal dream girl when he sleeps at night.

The Goose Steps Out

Starring Will Hay. Schoolteacher William Potts is the double of a German spy, so he is sent to Germany by British Intelligence to obtain the plans of a new secret weapon.

The Guv'nor The Guv'nor // 0

Down-on-his-luck François gets arrested in Paris, but because he coincidentally shares the last name of a well-to-do family, he walks out of jail several thousand francs richer (1935)

The Guv'nor The Guv'nor

The life of notorious bare-knuckle fighter, bouncer and businessman Lenny McLean, as seen through the eyes of his son Jamie and with commentary from Guy Ritchie.

The Hit

Starring Terance Stamp & Tim Roth. Two hit men pick up ex-gangster Willie to escort him to face his betrayed colleagues.

The Hit

Starring Terance Stamp & Tim Roth. Two hit men pick up ex-gangster Willie to escort him to face his betrayed colleagues.

The Holy and The Ivy The Holy and The Ivy

Classic post-war drama starring Ralph Richardson as a clergyman whose commitment to his religious duties leads him to neglect his family. Things come to a head at the family's Christmas gathering.

The Hot Potato

Film: Starring Ray Winstone. London's East End, 1969: Kenny & Danny come into possession of a mysterious box which turns out to contain a large lump of weapons grade Uranium - a true Hot Potato!

The Intruder

Film: Starring Jack Hawkins. Ex regimental commander Colonel Merton catches one of his former NCOs burglarizing his house and investigates to find the reason behind this desperate act.

The Last Horror Movie

A disturbing journey through the mind of Max Parry, a mild mannered wedding photographer with a taste for human flesh who uses a film rental service to lure his victims. (2003)

The League of Gentlemen The League of Gentlemen

Starring Jack Hawkins. An ex-army colonel, resentful of his country's ingratitude, decides to fight back and plans a nice severance package for himself by undertaking an impressive bank robbery.(1960)

The Lion has Wings The Lion has Wings

Starring Ralph Richardson. Acclaimed director Alexander Korda's Second World War film revolving around an RAF officer and his family, and looking at triumphs in England's history. (1939)

The Lodger

Alfred Hitchcock's classic. A landlady suspects her new lodger is the madman killing women in London.

The London Firm

Two hitmen wake up in the back of a truck to discover they have been drugged and their employer murdered. Their attempts to escape bring about a bloody confrontation with a shocking twist in the tale.

The Long Arm The Long Arm

Starring Jack Hawkins. Detective Superintendent Tom Halliday and his new assistant, Detective Sergeant Ward set out to solve a series of unsolved robberies throughout London. (1956)

The Long Day Closes The Long Day Closes

Growing up in the wreckage of post-war Liverpool should be a grim experience for sensitive eleven-year-old Bud but Terence Davies' semi-autobiographical film is an ode to childhood bliss.

The Long Memory The Long Memory

Starring John Mills. Released from prison after 12 years, a wrongfully convicted British man seeks revenge on the witnesses who lied at his trial. (1953)

The Magnificent Eleven

Film: Starring Sean Pertwee. A modernization of the classic western in which the Cowboys are a struggling local amateur soccer team and the Indians run a nearby Tandoori restaurant.

The Man in the Iron Mask

Starring Richard Chamberlain, Ian Holm and Jenny Agutter. The story of D'Artagnan and the aging Musketeers and their attempt to rescue the imprisoned twin brother of France's tyrannical King. (1977)

The Man Inside The Man Inside

Film: Starring David Harewood & Peter Mullan. A thriller centered on a young boxer trying to distance himself from his father's gangster past and the relationship with his trainer.

The Man Upstairs The Man Upstairs

Richard Attenborough stars as a scientist suffering a mental breakdown after he accidently kills the brother of his fiancée.

The Man Who Could Work Miracles The Man Who Could Work Miracles

Starring Ralph Richardson. An ordinary man suddenly finds that anything he says comes true... or at least, almost anything! Written by the master of science fiction, H. G. Wells. (1936)

The Man Who Finally Died The Man Who Finally Died

A mysterious call summons Joe Newman to Bavaria in search of the father he believed dead for 20 years.

The Man Who Loved Redheads The Man Who Loved Redheads

Starring John Justin. After a passionate relationship with redheaded Sylvia in his youth, Mark then starts chasing and having affairs with different women, all of whom have striking red hair. (1955)

The Medusa Touch

Starring Richard Burton and Derek Jacobi. Psychological thriller about a telekinetic novelist who causes disasters simply by thinking about them. (1978)

The Mirror

UK Film Premiere: Three intrepid flatmates who purchase the supposedly haunted antique on eBay & set up round the clock cameras in the hopes of capturing evidence of something going bump in the night.

The Missionary

Film: Starring Maggie Smith & Michael Palin. In 1905, after 10 years of missionary work in Africa, a Rev. is recalled to England for a new assignment - to minister to London's prostitutes.

The Moonraker The Moonraker

Starring George Baker. A Cavalier cuts a path through Cromwell's Roundheads for Charles II to reach France in 1661. (1958)

The Offbeat The Offbeat

Starring William Sylvester. An MI5 officer goes undercover to catch a gang of criminals. (1961)

The One That Got Away The One That Got Away

Starring Hardy Kruger. A cocky German flight officer is shot down over England and makes numerous attempts to escape to fight again. (1957)

The Other Boleyn Girl (2003) The Other Boleyn Girl (2003)

Starring Natascha EcElhone. A fictionalised account of the life of Lady Mary Boleyn who becomes mistress to England's King Henry VIII, before being ousted by her younger sister, Anne. (2003)

The Outsiders The Outsiders // 0

Starring Matt Dillon and Patrick Swayze. The rivalry between two gangs, the poor Greasers and the rich Socs, only heats up when one gang member kills a member of the other. (1983)

The Pianist The Pianist

Roman Polanski Oscar Winning World War II epic. Starring Adrien Brody and Emilia Fox. A Polish Jewish musician struggles to survive the destruction of the Warsaw ghetto. (2002)

The Playbirds The Playbirds

Starring Mary Millington. Two detectives are drawn into the world of porn, while investigating murders of centrefolds...(1978)

The Prince and the Pauper The Prince and the Pauper // 0

Starring Mark Lester and Oliver Reed. aka Crossed Swords. A poor boy and the Prince of Wales exchange identities, but events force the pair to experience each other's lives as well. (1977)

The Principles of Lust The Principles of Lust

A man must choose between a stable relationship with a single mother and his hedonistic thrill-seeking friends.

The Private Life of Henry VIII

Starring Charles Laughton. Academy Award winning biography of the tyrannical Tudor monarch and his six wives, from accliamed director Alexander Korda. (1933)

The Purple Plain The Purple Rain

Starring Gregory Peck. In WW2 Burma, a Canadian bomber pilot becomes reckless after losing his bride in a Luftwaffe air-raid. (1955)

The Riddle of The Sands The Riddle of The Sands

In 1901, two British yachtsmen visiting Germany's Frisian Islands accidentally discover a German plot to invade England.

The Rise of Catherine the Great

A young German princess travels to Russia to marry the heir to the throne. For years she endures the Czar's humiliations, but finally she must take his place for the good of Russia. (1934)

The Romantic Englishwoman

Starring Glenda Jackson and Michael Caine. The discontented wife of a successful novelist goes on holiday where she begins to fall for a mysterious young man. (1975)

The Royal Ballet

Margot Fonteyn leads the Royal Ballet in this showcase which was filmed at the Royal Opera House. The footage includes three performances in which Michael Somes partners the prima ballerina, comprising Stravinsky's The Firebird, Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake and Henze's Ondine for which choreographer Sir Frederick Ashton specifically created the title role for Fonteyn.

The Scarlet Blade The Scarlet Blade

In 1648, during the English Civil War, Captain Sylvester switches sides between the Parliamentary and Royalist camps, while King Charles I is on the run from Oliver Cromwell's troops.

The Scarlet Pimpernel The Scarlet Pimpernel

Starring Leslie Howard. A noblewoman discovers her husband is The Scarlet Pimpernel, a vigilante who rescues aristocrats from the blade of the guillotine. (1934)

The Score The Score

An aging thief hopes to retire and live off his ill-gotten wealth when a young kid convinces him into doing one last heist. Starring Robert De Niro, Marlon Brando and Edward Norton.

The Sex Thief The Sex Thief

Starring Diane Keen and Christopher Biggins. An inspector and an insurance investigator both have a major stake in revealing the identity of an audacious jewel thief. (1974)

The Sickhouse

Film: Terror lurks in the old orphanage, beneath a disused London hospital - a Seventeeth Century malevolence, the Plague Doctor, has returned to complete his evil masterpiece...

The Sleeping Giant The Sleeping Giant

Mumbai. India. In a country often described as Football's last untapped frontier, two children are selected from a possible 1700 hopefuls for a once in a lifetime opportunity. To be taken under the wing of a famous English Football club and be trained like pros

The Smoke

Starring Matt Di Angelo. 48 hours in the life of a burnt-out City lawyer who loses his job, falls for a call girl and steals £400,000 from a gangland boss - who wants every penny of it back. (2014)

The Solitary Child The Solitary Child

Starring Philip Friend. A young woman's marriage to a gentleman farmer, acquitted of murdering his first wife, nearly leads to her own untimely end. (1958)

The Squeaker The Squeaker

London's jewel thieves are under the thumb of a mysterious fence, who ruthlessly exposes any thief who crosses him. Desperate, Scotland Yard re-hires ex-Inspector Barrabal. (1937)

The Stud

Based on the bestseller by Jackie Collins. Bored trophy wife Fontaine Khaled seduces nightclub manager Tony, the Stud, to satisfy her nymphomaniac desires. Starring Joan Collins. (1978)

The System

In a picturesque village on the sea, resident Tinker (Oliver Reed) has developed a foolproof plan to seduce -- and then ditch -- wealthy ladies.

The Tamarind Seed

Starring Julie Andrews and Omar Sharif. Cold War-era spy romance - during a Caribbean holiday, a British civil servant finds herself falling in love with a Russian agent. (1974)

The Tempest The Tempest

Shot on location at the ancient and ghostly Stoneleigh Abbey, The Tempest tells the story of Prospero the magician, who lives with his nubile daughter on an enchanted island and punishes his enemies when they are shipwrecked there.

The Thirty Nine Steps The Thirty Nine Steps

Starring Robert Powell in the remake of the Hitchcock classic. After the murder of two cabinet ministers in whom he had confided his fears, Colonel Scudder takes refuge in Richard Hannay's apartment.

The Trials of Oscar Wilde

Starring Peter Finch. A chronicle of Oscar Wilde's libel suit against the Marquis of Queensberry and his tragic downfall that follows. (1960)

The Truth About Women The Truth About Women

Starring Julie Harris and Laurence Harvey. A man recalls his relationships with the women he loved as he tries to help another man try to understand them as well. (1957)

The War Zone The War Zone

Starring Ray Winstone. An alienated teenager saddened that he has moved away from London, must find a way to deal with a dark family secret. (1999)

The Warehouse

UK Film Premiere: Thriller based in London's east end. Things start to go wrong at the warehouse when Charlie discovers a sinister & secretive upstairs tenant who seems to come alive at night

The Wedding Tackle

Film: The sexual rivalries between a group of friends cause comic chaos during a stag night celebration.

The Wind Cannot Read The Wind Cannot Read

Dirk Bogarde, Yôko Tani, Ronald Lewis star. During WW2, a British officer stationed in Asia is recruited by Army Intelligence, is tasked with learning Japanese to interrogate Japanese POWs and he falls in love with his pretty Japanese teacher.

The Wings of the Dove The Wings of The Dove

Starring Helena Bonham Carter. An impoverished woman who has been forced to choose between a privileged life with her wealthy aunt and her journalist lover, befriends an American heiress. (1997)

The Woman in Green

Film: Starring Basil Rathbone. Sherlock Holmes investigates when young women around London turn up murdered, each with a finger severed off.

The Yards The Yards

Starring Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron and Joaquin Phoenix. After being imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, Leo Handler just wants to get his life back on track but things don't go to plan. (2000)

The Yellow Balloon The Yellow Balloon

While running around a ruinous London neighborhood with his friend, young Frankie Palmer (Andrew Ray) unwittingly leads his companion to an untimely demise when the boy falls from a building. As fate would have it, Len Turner (William Sylvester), a small-time crook, witnesses the entire incident, and decides to use the information to blackmail the child into stealing from his parents. However, Turner soon finds Frankie's knowledge of him and his crimes to be a threat that must be removed.

The Young Ones The Young Ones

Starring Cliff Richard. Nicky and his friends find their youth club threatened by a property tycoon who intends to tear it down. Determined to save it, they sing and dance to raise money. (1961)

The Young Visiters The Young Visiters

Starring Hugh Laurie and Jim Broadbent. Bungling bachelor Salteena attempts to woo the beautiful Ethel by impressing her with his lofty, and totally spurious, social connections. (2003)

There Ain't No Justice

Ealing Studios: Jimmy Hanley stars as a young boxer whose family faces financial difficulty. A big-time promoter promises fame and fortune - but is he all he claims to be?

Things To Come Things to Come

The story of a century: a decades-long second World War leaves plague and anarchy, then a rational state rebuilds civilization and attempts space travel. (1936)

This Is What It Is

This Is What It Is follows Cass (Cristian Solimeno) over three pivotal weekends of his life. A searingly honest look at how men actually feel and think about love.

This Sporting Life This Sporting Life

Despite success on the field, a rising rugby star senses the emerging emptiness of his life and atempts to woo his landlady in hopes of finding reason to live. Starring Richard Harris (1963).

Those Glory Glory Days Those Glory Glory Days

Tottenham Hotspur was the first British team in the 20th century to win the League and FA Cup "double". Twenty years later, we speak to the players who made this happen.

Tiger Bay

Rough-and-tumble street urchin Gillie (Hayley Mills) witnesses the brutal killing of a young woman at the hands of visiting Polish sailor Korchinsky (Horst Buchholz).

To The Devil a Daughter To The Devil a Daughter

Starring Christopher Lee. An American novelist battles to save the soul of a young girl from a group of Satanists, led by an excommunicated priest. (1976)

Tom Jones Tom Jones

Oscar winning film starring Albert Finney. The tale of the bawdy exploits of a rustic playboy Tom Jones, a poor country boy who has a taste for wine, women and money.

Tommy the Toreador Tommy the Toreador

Comedy starring Tommy Steele, Sidney James and Janet Munro. A British seaman accidentally saves the life of a famous bullfighter and unwittingly becomes involved with smugglers. (1959)

Tomorrow never comes Tomorrow never comes

Starring Oliver Reed and Stephen McHattie. Frank discovers his girlfriend's affections are being bought by another man. Tensions rise and he holds her hostage, will he give himself up? (1978).


A misunderstanding between David Hooper and his wife Sarah leads to their daughter Ali getting lost, presumed drowned but no corpse was found. Eleven years later Sarah is still obsessed by the trauma.

Treacle Jr Treacle Jr

Tom abruptly walks out on his wife and child and finds himself living on the streets of London where he meets Aidan, has Tom made a big mistake? (2010).

Treasure Island Treasure Island

Starring Orson Welles and Kim Burfield. Young Jim Hawkins has an unforgettable encounter with pirate Captain Long John Silver and his murderous mates. (1972)

Triads, Yardies & Onion Bhajees!

UK Film Premiere. Based on the novel The Stone Shiva by Manish Patel, the film centres on the Holy Smokes crime syndicate and the real-life $6 million Heathrow Airport robbery.

Twelfth Night

This version of William Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT includes an all-star cast, with Sir Alec Guinness in the role of Malvolio and Joan Plowright playing Viola plus Gary Raymond and John Moffat.

Twenty8k Twenty8k

A boy is gunned down outside a nightclub & a young girl dies in a hit & run in two seemingly unrelated deaths. Deeva returns home to clear her brother of the shooting and soon discovers a conspiracy.

UK Premiere: Bypass

Tim has no job, but Tim works selling stolen goods...In the face of mounting internal and external pressure, how far will he go to keep his head above water and protect those he loves?

UK Premiere: In the Blood

Film: The death of his safe cracking grandfather has landed Johnny as the only one left alive who can open a safe for a degenerate crew of gangsters. Starring Philip Davis.

UK Premiere: Selective Listening

Harrison, a nice guy with a history of schizophrenia, battles the diverse and unpredictable voices he hears, a judgemental society and the hazards of social media as he attempts to make a new friend.

Undercover Hooligan Undercover Hooligan

Starring Simon Cotton and Ali Bastian. A suspended cop is tasked with infiltrating an infamous London gang and bringing down its leader. (2016)

Up the Front Up the Front // 0

Frankie Howerd stars in this comedy as a lowly boot-boy who is a terrible coward. He only goes to war in 1914 after he has been hypnotised to 'save England'. With the German master plan tattooed on his backside, he goes to the British headquarters, with the Germans in hot pursuit.


Film: Starring Jaime Winstone. A teenage boy's descent into the dangerous world of the Internet and the harrowing consequences of his actions. A true story.

Val and Elsie Val and Elsie

Pensioner Elsie has become reliant on her new carer Val. Val isn't exactly up to the job and is busy doing whatever it takes to provide for her son. How will Elsie cope with reckless Val?

Velvet Goldmine

Film: Starring Ewan McGregor & Christian Bale. In this BAFTA winning film, British journalist Arthur Stuart investigates the career of 1970s glam superstar Brian Slade.

Vendetta Vendetta

Special ops interrogation officer Jimmy Vickers tracks down a gang who slaughtered his parents.

Very Important Person Very Important Person

A scientist is forced to parachute into captivity when his bomber is damaged over Germany. He poses as a Naval Officer and arrives at a camp where he is suspected to be an informer. (1961)


Film: A career criminal breaks free from his gangland life only to find himself the target of retaliation.

Viking Legacy Viking Legacy

UK Premiere. Europe is brought to the brink of war as men fight to claim sacred scrolls that will grant them power and prosperity, but is a prophecy about to come true which will stop them? (2016)

Voyage of the Damned Voyage of the Damned

The tragic 1939 voyage of SS St. Louis carrying hundreds of German Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany that seemingly no nation is willing to save from certain doom. Starring Faye Dunaway.

War and Peace War and Peace

Starring Audrey Hepburn & Henry Fonda. Adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's epic novel about the life of a Russian family during the War of 1812.

War Requiem

Starring Laurence Olivier and Tilda Swinton. Featuring the music and lyrics of Benjamin Britten's War Requiem and WWI soldier poet Wilfred Owen's poems reflecting the horrors of war. (1989)


Film:Starring Michael Caine, Billy Connolly & Leonard Rossiter. Various forces vie for control of a Caribbean island rich in an especially tasty brand of mineral water.

We Still Kill The Old Way We Still Kill The Old Way

Network Premiere. Starring Ian Ogilvy and Alison Doody. When a retired East End villain is murdered by a street gang, his crew seek revenge (2014).

We Still Steal The Old Way We Still Steal The Old Way

An ageing criminal outfit are caught mid-heist & sentenced to hard-time in Britain's toughest Prison. There they encounter a nemesis from the past who is intent on settling an old score.

Wedding Rehearsal Wedding Rehearsal

Fun-loving bachelor, the Marquis of Buckminster sees his easygoing life coming to an end when his imperious grandmother insists he marry a suitable woman and start a family.

Welcome to Sarajevo Welcome to Sarajevo

Starring Woody Harrelson. Michael and Flynn are reporters covering the Bosnian war in Sarajevo when they find an orphanage near the front line. (1997)

Wet Job Wet Job

Ten years after leaving the S.I.S., a former agent is living a quiet life as the owner of a militaria shop. However he is forced out of retirement to participate in one final assignment. (1981)

Wet Job Wet Job

Ten years after leaving the S.I.S., a former agent is living a quiet life as the owner of a militaria shop. However he is forced out of retirement to participate in one final assignment. (1981)


Film: Starring Judi Dench & Vanessa Redgrave. The mysterious death of an enigmatic young man in Wetherby releases the long-repressed, dark passions of some of its residents.

What a Crazy World What a Crazy World

An unemployed Londoner desperate to get away from his family finds his fortunes changing when a song he writes becomes a success.

When Eight Bells Toll

Starring Anthony Hopkins and Corin Redgrave. Gritty spy drama about secret agent Phillip Calvert, who is sent to investigate the hijacking of a ship carrying gold bullion on the Irish Sea. (1971)

White Collar Hooligan 2... White Collar Hooligan 2...

... England Away. Mike Jacobs thinks he's safe in Witness Protection in Spain. However, when he's spotted at an England game, a deadly game of cat and mouse between ensues. (2013).

Who Dares Wins Who Dares Wins

A trooper with the British Special Air Service (SAS) infiltrates a radical political group who are planning a terrorist operation against American dignitaries

Who Needs Enemies?

Film: When ex-boxer Tom agrees to hire his strip club out to lifelong friend & colleague Ian he soon discovers the private party involves something so atrocious that it sparks a bloody feud.

With or Without You With or Without You

Rosie and Vincent are trying for a baby with no success when one morning Benoit, a Frenchman and former pen pal of Rosie, whom she never met, comes to visit. Did Rosie love him? Does she love him now?

With These Hands With These Hands

Homosexual and heterosexual adventures in a so-called clinic.

Withnail and I Withnail and I

Cult comedy starring Richard E. Grant and Paul McGann. Two down-on-their-luck actors, Withnail and Marwood, decide to leave their squalid Camden flat for an idyllic holiday in the countryside. (1987)

Wolves of Willoughby Chase

Starring Mel Smith and Stephanie Beecham. The adventures of cousins Bonnie and Sylvia and their friend Simon as they thwart the evil schemes of their governess Miss Slighcarp. (1989)

Wombling Free Wombling Free

Adaptation of the classic TV series. Following the adventures of The Wombles, the furry loveable litter-pickers who live on Wimbledon Common and pick up the litter left by the humans. (1978)

Wonderful Life - Cliff Richard Wonderful Life - Cliff Richard

Starring Cliff Richard and Susan Hampshire. A group of (literally) drifting popsters find themselves involved in a grim sand-and-sandals desert movie. (1964)

Wonderful Things Wonderful Things

Frankie Vaughan stars as a young fisherman from Gibralter is unable to make enough money to marry his fiancee. He comes to England to seek his fortune, but fortunes are not easily come by.

Wonderwall Wonderwall

The eccentric professor Oscar Collins lives completely secluded in his chaotic apartment. When a model and her photographer boyfriend move in next to him, he becomes fascinated with her. (1968)


UK Film Premiere: When a family of travellers move to a rural town, conflict ensues amongst the locals. Stigmatised as 'gypsies', they are not welcomed into the community.

Woolwich Boys

UK Film Premiere: Struggling to pay his university tuition, Wale is soon enticed into a life of '419' fraud crime and is lured into the criminal underworld of Woolwich's Nigerian community.

Wrongfully Accused Wrongfully Accused

Starring Leslie Nielsen. Ryan is framed for murder and must prove his innocence by finding a mysterious one-eyed, one-armed, one-legged man after escaping from a bus accident on the way to jail.(1998)

Young Guns Young Guns

Starring Kiefer Sutherland. A group of young gunmen, led by Billy the Kid, become deputies to avenge the murder of the rancher who became their benefactor but have they taken it too far? (1988)