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On My Screen: Aftersun

We asked the team behind 2023 BAFTA-nominated film Aftersun - actors Paul Mescal and Frankie Corio, and director Charlotte Wells - for their top 5 films of all time. Find out what they had to say in our exclusive video interview.

What to Watch: Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month we've put together a selection of the best UK film and TV showcasing standout Black cinematic talent, both in front of and behind the camera.

The Wrap: January 2023

A new year, and a new collection of amazing titles to kick things off! Check out our video wrap of the best UK film, TV, animation and games coming to a screen near you in January 2023.

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The Amazing Maurice

A starry voice cast animate this adventurous Terry Pratchett adaptation, featuring talking cats and rats.

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Gerard Butler is pitted against a dangerous militia in this explosive island-set action thriller.

Three young adults stand against an industrial night, green-tinged sky, holding swords.

Lockwood & Co

Attack the Block director Joe Cornish helms this young adult series about paranormal investigators.

UK Films at Sundance

Stuck on what to watch this January? Ahead of the 2023 edition of the annual Sundance Film Festival, we revisit a selection of compelling UK films that have screened at the world-famous festival in snowy Utah.

On My Screen: Joanna Scanlan

We asked British actress and star of After Love Joanna Scanlan about the one UK film that she wants everyone to watch: In Bruges, directed by Martin McDonagh and starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. Find out why the film means so...

Year in Review 2022: Best of British

We take a look back at the best UK film, TV, animation, and games titles released in 2022, from mind-blowing documentary and adventurous tales, to thoughtful thrillers and instant family classics.

Behind the Scenes: The English

In The English, Emily Blunt leads a revenge-fuelled, revisionist and visionary western, told with cinematic panache. We go behind the scenes with the cast and crew to explore the story behind the making of this epic series.

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Lil Gator

An adventure-seeking alligator completes island-based quests in search of friends in this open-world exploration game.

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Deception and paranoia percolate in a suspenseful limited series starring Charlie Cox and Ciarán Hinds.

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One Fine Morning

French director Mia Hansen-Løve returns with another tender, bittersweet tale of love, loss and family.

Watch: The Best of 2022

Four nations, one big year of incredible film, TV, animation and games! Watch our round-up of the very best UK screen content of 2022.

Scottish director Charlotte Wells' debut feature film Aftersun swept the board at this year's British Independent Film Awards. Explore below a selection of the outstanding UK titles and talent that were nominated, including critically-acclaimed debuts and many familiar faces.

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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.

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White Noise

Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of the classic Don DeLillo novel is a surreal and thrilling satire.


David Tennant plays the Russian defector in a four-part limited series about his 2006 murder.

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.


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.

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Gemma Arterton gives an astounding performance in this sensitive drama directed by Dominic Savage.

State of the Union

A compact comedic drama from Nick ‘High Fidelity’ Hornby and stalwart British director Stephen Frears.

Mogul Mowgli

Riz Ahmed co-writes and stars in this poignant and boundary-pushing meditation on race, family and rap.

Peaky Blinders

An electric and epic period drama set amid the gangsters and grifters of 1920s Birmingham.

Phantom of the Open

Welsh actor-turned-director Craig Roberts returns with this big-hearted biopic of not-so-gifted golfer Maurice Flitcroft.

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In The Earth

Hayley Squires and Reece Shearsmith star in a kaleidoscopic horror from British auteur Ben Wheatley.

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The dalmatian-hating villain gets a gloriously punk-rock origin story, starring Emma Stone and Emma Thompson.


Directorial debuts don’t come much punchier than this pitch-black portrait of the perils of pregnancy.

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The Souvenir

Joanna Hogg draws from her own life in this ravishing portrait of a toxic relationship.