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A LOST AND FOUND BOX OF HUMAN SENSATION

A LOST AND FOUND BOX OF HUMAN SENSATION

AMOROUS

AMOROUS

Directed by Joanna Coates

"...a powerful and visually arresting take on the current crisis in youth culture."
- HungerTV
AT DAWNING

AT DAWNING

Directed by Martin Jones
BALE

BALE

A film by Al Mackay

Short - Drama | United Kingdom | English
BENT

BENT


"Martin Sherman?s play about the persecution of gays in Nazi Germany makes its transition to the big screen with triumphant results. The acting is superb and the ingenious score by Phillip Glass adds a haunting, surreal texture to director, Sean Mathias? opulent, Greenway-esque production. "
, fILM tHREAT

"The film is a punch in the gut and a kiss on the lips...."
- Mark Savlov, Austin Chronicle
BOMBER

BOMBER

Directed by Paul Cotter
Winner - New Directors Grand Jury Prize Honoree - Nashville Film Festival
Official Selection - Nashville Film Festival

"Fresh and insightful! The performances are as good as anything in Hollywood...it's humorous and sweet, a lovely little film!"
- Eric Snider, Cinematical

"With enduring performances and a witty script, BOMBER is one of my favorite films [from the] SXSW Film Festival!"
- Tim Basham, Paste Magazine
BROKEN

BROKEN

Directed by Rufus Norris
Winner - Best Film - British Independent Film Awards (BIFA)
Winner - Best Supporting Actor - British Independent Film Awards (BIFA)
Nominated - 9 Awards - British Independent Film Awards (BIFA)

"The visually pleasing drama is graced by a lovely score from Britpop eminence Damon Albarn...and by fine performances, notably from a soulful Tim Roth and appealing young newcomer Eloise Laurence."
- David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter

"Broken is a valuable showcase for an outstanding up-and-coming talent, and Laurence is an actor to watch."
- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

"A haunting, unexpectedly ambitious gem."
- Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine
FRANTZ FANON: BLACK SKIN, WHITE MASK

FRANTZ FANON: BLACK SKIN, WHITE MASK

Directed by Isaac Julien
  • United Kingdom / 
  • 2019 / 
  • Arabic, French & English with English subtitles / 
  • 72

"Immediately riveting and intensely thought-provoking...makes available to a wide audience the central role and legacy of this pre-eminent theorist of colonial domination."
- Annette Michelson, October

"Visually stunning and intellectually provocative, Isaac Julien's film is an eloquent and complex exploration of the life and legacy of this century's most compelling theorist of racism and colonialism."
- Angela Davis, University of California, Santa Cruz
HAROLD THE AMAZING CONTORTIONIST PIG

HAROLD THE AMAZING CONTORTIONIST PIG

Directed by Carl Prechezer

Short-Comedy | United Kingdom | English | Color

Participating short in FilmFour Lab's and The Film Council's "New Cinema Fund" initiative to inject life back into the British film industry.

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HOCKNEY

HOCKNEY

Directed by Randall Wright

"A wealth of intimate home-movie footage and an affinity for his subject invigorate randall wrights unashamedly affectionate portrait of a british icon."
- Mark Kermode, The Guardian

"An intimate and insightful delve into the life of a charismatic man whose passion for art is still intense and whose wry sense of humor still shines through..."
- Mark Adams, Screen Daily
I AM NOT A WITCH

I AM NOT A WITCH

Directed by Rungano Nyoni

"It's rare and exhilarating that a new filmmaker arrives on the screne so sure of herself and so willing to take bold, counter-intuitive chances."
- Jessica King, Variety

"A fable-like story about a young African girl banished from her village for alleged witchcraft, it blends deadpan humor with light surrealism, vivid visuals and left-field musical choices."
- Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter

"A magic realist fable set in present-day Zambia that has plenty to say about gender and supersition."
- Anna Smith, Time Out
LUCKY

LUCKY

Directed by Avie Luthra
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