A female psychiatrist is introduced to a patient that seems to demonstrate genuine multiple personalities, something she spends her career disproving. As she tries to explain each detail about him she unearths even more surprising details.
2009 / USA
Featuring hyper intense shoot-outs, choreographed car chases, and lightning fast hand-to-hand combat, the action in “Quick Draw” plays out across the mean streets of Los Angeles.
2017 / USA
Misfit, fast-talking, suburban kid, Placid Lake, raised by non-conformist hippy parents has suffered from being bully-bait all his school life with only brainy Gemma for company. Then he hits on a masterstroke: instead of being different, why not try to fit in by joining an insurance company and being “normal” ? “A funny, subversive and lovable comedy, a celebration of oddball lives in a bland world....an ‘Australian Rushmore’, no less !”
2003 / Australia
Howard Spitz (Kelsey Grammer) writes really bad detective novels and he’s broke. Having realised how much money can be made from kid’s books, he creates “Crafty Cow”, the cow detective – “Days she gives milk, night she’s a detective!
1998 / 97 minutes / UK
There is a conspiracy depicted in Rembrandt’s “The Night Watch”. Greenaway’s new documentary film explains it all – the event, the motive, the conspirators, the murderers, the numerous clues and the outcome. And all the evidence is in the painting “The Night Watch”, Rembrandt’s indictment.
2008 / The Netherlands
The writer and producer of the smash hit NIM’S ISLAND brings you the much anticipated sequel, RETURN TO NIM’S ISLAND, featuring Bindi Irwin in a wild ride filled with pristine beaches, exotic animals, and all your favorite characters from the original.
2012-13 / Australia
Once a decent guy, Rick (Bill Pullman) now finds himself a widower faced with an arrogant boss (Aaron Stanford) who is half his age, a distant daughter (Agnes Bruckner), and a corporate job that forces him to act like the brash and sarcastic jerk he suspects he’s becoming.
2003 / 100 minutes / USA
Set in 1952, as England prepares for the Coronation, The Scapegoat tells the provocative story of two very different men who have one thing in common - a face. Starring Brothers & Sisters actor Matthew Rhys, Quartet actress Sheridan Smith and Gosford Park’s Eileen Atkins.
2012 / 2 Hour Feature / UK
Suspension of Disbelief is an erotic psychological thriller. Blurring the lines between reality and fiction, we watch as a world renowned screenwriter and literature professor becomes deeply implicated in the murder of a mysterious and beautiful young French woman…
From the best-selling novel by Christopher Buckley THANK YOU FOR SMOKING is a hilariously satirical and daring expose of the tobacco corporations, and their unenviable PR task that, until recently, Nick Naylor (AARON ECKHART - Erin Brockovich, Paycheck, The Pledge) breezed through.
2005 / 92 minutes / USA
Having fallen foul of the pension crisis after five decades of law-abiding, tax-paying citizenship, retired couple Martha (Virginia McKenna, Born Free) and Arthur (Bernard Hill, Wolf Hall) are forced into an unexpected life of crime in this star-studded comedy heist caper.
THE PRE-NUP follows the hilarious consequences of an American groom suggesting to his British bride that they should get a pre-nuptial agreement… the night before their wedding.
Following in the tradition of great romantic comedies like ‘Notting Hill’, ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’, and ‘The Proposal’, THE PRE-NUP is a wholly original romantic comedy of errors about what happens when you mix Brits and Americans, marriage and family, and money with love!