Famous Faces

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  • Inseparable (Benedict Cumberbatch)

    Benedict Cumberbatch plays a young terminally ill dad who decides it’s time to reconnect with his long lost brother.

    Fans of ’The Imitation Game‘ will like this.

    Genre: Drama.
    Additional: British.
    Director: Nick White.

  • Luger (Jack Whitehall)

    When Tom arranges a meeting with his grandfather's carers he is unprepared for the turn it takes in this dark British comedy.

    Fans of ‘Fresh Meat’ will like this.

    Genre: Comedy.
    Additional: British.
    Director: Freddie Waters.

  • Dust (Alan Rickman)

    An unlikely tooth fairy (Alan Rickman) gives dark insight into what happens to all those precious baby teeth in this grisly fairytale.

    Fans of 'Harry Potter' will like this.

    Genre: Fantasy.
    Additional: British. Adult themes.
    Director: Ben Ockrent & Jake Russell.

  • Todays The Day (Danny DeVito)

    A would be musical performer sees his one chance to hit the big time he takes a giant leap of faith... right into the path of Danny Devito.

    Fans of ‘GLEE' will like this.

    Genre: Musical, Drama.
    Additional: American.
    Director: Daniel Cloud Campos.

  • The Super Recogniser (Jacob Anderson)

    Jacob is a normal guy with a very special talent - 90% facial recollection. He never forgets a face and you better hope he doesn't know yours.

    Fans of ‘1984‘ will like this.

    Genre: Sci-fi.
    Additional: British.
    Director: Jennifer Sheridan.

  • Making a Killing (Adrian Scarborough & Tiff Stevenson)

    A cheery handy-person turns up to fix the plumbing only to find themselves at the centre of a breakup. Time to get a bigger toolbox in this British comedy.

    Fans of ‘Gavin and Stacey‘ will like this.

    Genre: Comedy.
    Additional: British.
    Director: Jams Debenham.

  • As One (Neil Morrissey)

    A middle-aged divorcee struggles with her inner demons in the moments before her daughter's wedding.

    Fans of ‘Men Behaving Badly‘ will like this.

    Genre: Drama.
    Additional: British.
    Director: Alan Powell.

  • While You Were Away (Richard Herring)

    Richard Herring plays a husband with a strange confession.

    Fans of Richard Herring will like this.

    Genre: Comedy, Drama.
    Additional: British. Strong language, sexual references, content some viewers might find offensive.
    Directed by Ben Mallaby.

  • Another Cancer Movie (Oliver Cooper)

    A hospice worker looks after an elderly cancer patient Geraldine - but he’s fallen in love.

    Fans of ‘Red Oaks’ will like this.

    Genre: Comedy.
    Additional: American.
    Directed by Joe Burke.

  • Teeth (Richard E. Grant)

    The dark and grisly tale of a man’s life-long obsession with his teeth. British animation.

    Fans of ‘Withnail and I‘ will like this.

    Genre: Animation.
    Additional: British
    Director: Tom Brown, Daniel Grey.

  • Dear Satan (Patrick Stewart)

    When a little girl makes a simple spelling mistake in her letter to Santa little does she know the world-altering events she triggers.

    Fans of ’The Grinch‘ will like this.

    Genre: Animation
    Additional: British.
    Director: Anomaly.

  • Edith (Peter Mullan)

    Haunted the memory of his late wife, Edith, Jake is forced to look back on his life in this emotional British drama.

    Fans of ‘Moving On’ will like this.

    Genre: Drama.
    Additional: British.
    Directors: Christian Cooke.

  • Hymn of Hate (Russell Tovey)

    British war drama following Sgt George May and Pvt Billy Booth sent to patrol the deadly ‘No Man's Land’ by an inexperienced officer, eager to assert authority.

    Fans of ‘1917’ will like this.

    Genre: Drama, War.
    Additional: British.
    Directors: Matt Kennard.

  • O Human Being (Richard E. Grant)

    Peter is having a terrible Christmas…

    Fans of ’Sin City‘ will like this.

    Genre: Animation.
    Additional: British.
    Director: Anomaly.

  • Take Rabbit (Stephen Graham & Matt Berry)

    A man attempts to transport some unlikely passengers across a river in his tiny boat but soon realizes he's taken on more than he bargained for.

    Fans of ‘Creature Comforts’ will like this.

    Genre: Animation.
    Additional: British.
    Director: Peter Peake.

  • 1500 Words (Michael Smiley)

    A man learns he has precisely 1500 words left to live - how long can he survive?

    Fans of ‘Inside No.9’ will like this.

    Genre: Comedy.
    Additional: British.
    Directed by Andrew Chaplin.

  • Edmund The Magnificent (Sir Ian McKellen)

    It’s nearly time for the county pig fete, but an old farmer is having trouble with his piglet… British comedy with Sir Ian McKellan.

    Fans of Ian McKellen, David Bradley, Rebecca Front & Mark Bonnar will like this.

    Genre: Drama, Comedy.
    Additional: British.
    Directed by Ben Ockrent.

  • A Stitch in Time (Paul Barber)

    When Tony wakes up in hospital he has to deal with some serious home truths.

    Fans of ‘Life On Mars‘ will like this.

    Genre: Drama.
    Additional: British.
    Director: Graham Atkins-Hughes.

  • Weighting (Brie Larson)

    She wants to go. He wants her to stay. Neither gets quite what they want. Starring Brie Larson and Satya Bhabha.

    Fans of 'The Room' and 'Captain Marvel' will like this.

    Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Experimental.
    Additional: American.
    Directed by Dustin Bowser & Brie Larson.

  • The Hungry Corpse (Bill Nighy)

    In London's Trafalgar Square an ancient corpse meets a pigeon with a broken wing.

    Fans of Bill Nighy and Stephen Mangan will like this.

    Genre: Animation, Drama, Weepy.
    Additional: British. Contains upsetting themes.
    Directed by Gergely Wootsch.

  • The Moon's Milk (Tom Waits)

    A glorious chronicle of the last expedition by Captain Millipede and his crew to harvest the milk seeping from the craters on the moon.

    Fans of 'A Nightmare Before Christmas' will like this.

    Genre: Animation.
    Additional: American.
    Director: Ri Crawford.

  • Black Swell (Richard Kind)

    A middle-aged man (Richard Kind) checks into a hotel room with a mind to end it all.

    Fans of ‘After Life’ and ‘A Serious Man’ will like this.

    Genre: Drama.
    Additional: American. Contains upsetting themes.
    Directed by Jake Honig & David Rysdahl.

  • Capital (Charlotte Ritchie)

    When a misjudged referendum on capital punishment comes back 50.9% in favour of hanging, a group of junior civil servants meet on the first day of their new job in the Department of Capital Punishment.

    Fans of ‘The Thick of It’ will like this.

    Genre: Comedy, Satire.
    Additional: British.
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  • Deep Clean (Paul Kaye)

    A troubled young man forced into boring work experience with his uncle’s road crew discovers there’s something sinister lurking beneath our streets.

    Fans of ‘Doctor Who’ will like this.

    Genre: Sci-fi, Horror, Comedy.
    Additional: British.
    Directed by Matt Harlock.