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In Focus: Wales on Screen

On the release of Disney+’s hotly anticipated TV remake of Willow, we take a look at the other titles shot and set in the beautiful landscapes and valleys of Wales.

New releases

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The English

Emily Blunt leads a revenge-fuelled, revisionist and visionary western from Black Earth Rising’s Hugo Blick.

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The Wonder

Florence Pugh and writer Alice Birch reunite for a spellbinding period psychodrama.


A dark, unapologetic whirlwind of a show about an aspiring rapper who gets drawn into social media influencing.

What to Watch: Thanksgiving Weekend

Struggling to find something to watch this Thanksgiving weekend? Explore our selection of heart-warming UK titles to enjoy with the whole family.

2022 Nominees for the BAFTA Children & Young People Awards

Take a look at some of the animated UK titles in the running for an award at this year's ceremony.

British Independent Film Award Nominees 2022

Explore a selection of the outstanding UK titles and talent nominated for the 2022 British Independent Film Awards, including critically-acclaimed debuts and many familiar faces.

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The Son

The Father’s Florian Zeller is back to tug on our heartstrings with a studious, star-studded drama.

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A cerebral puzzle adventure game where a tiny fox goes on a Zelda-esque exploration.

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The Capture

Black Mirror meets Homeland in a British crime drama as chilling as it is thrilling.

Live from the BFI London Film Festival

Experience the glitz of the red carpet as we bring you the latest premieres from the 66th BFI London Film Festival.


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The Swimmers

The miraculous true story of two Syrian sisters makes for a moving and magnificent drama.

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Dangerous Liaisons

Lesley Manville, Paloma Faith and Rocks’ Kosar Ali star in this luscious and lustful period drama.

The Suspect

Aidan Turner goes full creep in this moody murder investigation drama.

Video Games

From Grand Theft Auto to Little Big Planet, the UK has produced some of the world's most played video games. Take a look at some of our favourite releases of 2022 so far.

Talent Focus

Falling in with Florence Pugh

With her starring role alongside Harry Styles in Olivia Wilde's Don't Worry Darling premiering at this year's Venice Film Festival, we take a look back on the career of one of the UK's brightest acting talents.

Watch this clip to find out more and take a look at the links below to find out where to watch some of the UK films and TV series that led her to Hollywood stardom.

Animation focus

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No Man's Sky

Want to travel to outer space without the stress? This epic sci-fi exploration game is for you.

Fish Tank

Andrea Arnold’s raw reflection on adolescence, anger and alienation, starring Michael Fassbender.

80 Days

A steampunk-styled choose-your-own-voyage adaptation of Around the World in 80 Days.

The Ipcress Files

The classic Cold War spy thriller gets a joyfully retro reboot, starring Peaky Blinders’ Joe Cole.

A Banquet

Nail-biting chills are on the menu in Scottish filmmaker Ruth Paxton’s disturbing debut.

Vita & Virginia

Gemma Arterton stars as Vita Sackville-West, a celebrated writer and lover of Virginia Woolf.


Two brothers try to get away with (accidental) murder in this pitch-black, Scottish comedy.

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Carey Mulligan shines in a dynamic detective drama about a murder and its interconnected suspects.

Saint Maud

Praise be to British writer-director Rose Glass’s whose audacious debut is an assault to the cinematic senses.


BBC Earth and David Attenborough join forces for a ferocious and fascinating insight into five animal families.