We all have those memories. Indelible, perfect memories that make you glow with happiness. Like the way the sun shone off her hair the morning you met her; or the sound of your best friend’s laughter after an inside joke, or your coach’s inspiring speech; or daydreaming with the love of your life about your future together…
2015 / USA
MOON meets THE DIVIDE in 400 DAYS, a terrifying, high-concept, sci-fi thriller - with a killer ensemble cast. In preparation for a journey into deep space, a group of 4 astronauts spend 400 days in an incredibly realistic space capsule simulator - only to discover that their mission may not be as simulated as they were led to believe.
2015 / USA
‘The Dirty Dozen’ meets ‘Tigerland’ in AGE OF HEROES – an action-packed adrenalin shot based on the true story of the formation of the 30 Commando, one of the most respected, secretive and exclusive special forces regiments formed during the Second World War, from which the now legendary SAS was born.
‘Little Miss Sunshine’ meets ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ in the hilarious and poignant father and son buddy movie AN ACTOR PREPARES.
2016 / USA
Another Life is a true story, Set in Edwardian London, it is the colourful and intensely moving account of Edith Thompson, a woman wrongly accused of the murder of her husband, a case which became a major ‘cause celebre’ of its time.
2001 / 90 minutes
Binh (DAMIEN NGUYEN - debut), a young Vietnamese man, makes an extraordinary six-month journey from his village, 300 miles south of Saigon, all the way to a farm in Texas - in search of his long lost GI father (NICK NOLTE - Hulk, Affliction).
2003 / 126 minutes / Norway
From Emperor Media Ltd. and acclaimed producer/director Jon Brewer, music icon David Bowie narrates this unprecedented celebration of the life and works of guitar virtuoso Mick Ronson – a rock hero virtually unknown despite his direct contribution and involvement in countless compositions, lyrics and recordings that changed the face of music forever.
2017 / USA
Barely escaping a Nazi massacre in the fall of 1944, young and beautiful Rachel Stein - Jewish, former revue star - joins the resistance. But this group is soon shattered by betrayal with Rachel falsely accused as the traitor.
Once Holland is liberated in May 1945, Rachel reveals the real traitor and takes her revenge. But will revenge be sweet?
2005 / 145 minutes / Netherlands
Featuring original music by Justin Timberlake, ‘The Descendents’ meets ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ in THE BOOK OF LOVE, an emotional, funny and life-affirming story. As a promise to his late wife, Henry pursues an unlikely friendship with a street-wise teen and together they embark on a remarkable adventure.
2015 / USA
Based on Rupert Thomson’s novel, this erotically charged and powerfully haunting drama follows the story of a charismatic and physically beautiful dancer Daniel, who, at the height of his career, is accosted by three hooded and cloaked women while out walking one afternoon.
2006 / 120 minutes / Australia
In the tradition of ‘Kill Bill’, BOUND OF VENGEANCE is a gritty, violent, female-driven revenge film, with a kickass, take-no-prisoners heroine who relishes righting wrongs by getting her hands dirty with the blood of those out to destroy her…
2015 / USA
‘La Vie en Rose’ meets ‘The English Patient’ in CALLAS & ONASSIS, the epic, enthralling romantic tale about the life and loves of opera superstar Maria Callas.
CALLAS & ONASSIS is the electrifying, romantic true story of one of the most indelible icons of the 20th century.
2017 / Italy/Greece/Belgium
Captain Jack is the true story of irascible and irresistible Captain Jack, a Whitby sailor with antipathy for authority, appeal to the ladies and a great respect for his predecessor Captain Scoresby, who sailed from Whitby to the Arctic in 1791.
2003 / 126 minutes / Norway
Simon McNeal is a college student renowned for his psychic powers. He is employed by a paranormal researcher to investigate a haunted house where a gruesome murder has taken place.
Set in a school for emotionally disturbed children, CLOCKWORK MICE is a tender drama reflecting the effect one teacher can have on a child. When new teacher Steve (Ian Hart) challenges the rebellious Conrad (Rúaidhrí Conroy) in a race it sparks off a chain of events that will change both thier lives.
1995 / 94 minutes / UK
In fighting the War on Terror, is torture ever justified? This tense and compelling single drama explores the murky moral compromises that underpin the hidden intelligence war, as an MI5 agent takes desperate measures to protect the country he loves.
2013 / UK
Abby, an attractive 40-something, wealthy housewife who – after getting smacked in the head by her son’s baseball – walks around every corner of her suburban life to confront a mounting desire for something else, something more. Determined to take on a new project, she buys a pied-à-terre in Manhattan. But walking around the city streets reminds Abby of what it feels like to be sexy and her pent-up libido compels Abby to invent a secret double life that draws her deeply into the world of high-end prostitution for women.
2012 / 96 minutes / USA
When a man (Aaron Eckhart) and a woman (Helena Bonham Carter) flirt with each other at a wedding reception, the sexual tension seems spontaneous. As they break from the party to a hotel room, the flirtation turns into a night filled with passion and remorse.
2005 / 84 minutes / USA
From the award winning director of DIG!, one of the greatest rock n’ roll movies of all time*, comes COOL IT; a controversial documentary which blasts through the polarizing logjam of the climate change debate, delivering a concrete plan to save the planet for just US$250 BILLION.
MClaire Winslow (Kristen Dattilo) had everything she wanted in life. A beautiful Beverly Hills home and a loving fiancé, Will (Michael Lowry). But when Claire decides to surprise her fiancé on his business trip to Switzerland, the surprise is on her. Will has disappeared to the volatile Central American country of EL CORONADO.
2003 / 90 minutes
Sundance's World Premiere CRIES FROM SYRIA incorporates gripping firsthand accounts from activists, child protesters, and a former army general who joined the uprising.
Acclaimed director Evgeny Afineevsky has created a powerful and immediate depiction of the recent and current situation in Syria.
This compelling documentary bears witness to the resiliency of the people in the wake of their exposure to unthinkable crimes against humanity.
2017 / USA/Syria/Czech Republic
Eric Draven and his fiancée are brutally murdered on Devil’s Night, a night when the henchmen of crime-boss Top Dollar traditionally indulge in wanton acts of violence and arson. But a crow brings Draven’s restless soul back from the dead and he sets out to wreak revenge upon his killers.
1994 / 102 minutes