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How UK directors like Ken Loach bring a breath of social realism to the Cannes Film Festival.
We asked Olivier award-winning actor Rory Kinnear about his favourite UK film, The Hill. Find out what he had to say in our exclusive video interview.
We spoke to the UK-based developer Andrew Shouldice and the creative team behind BAFTA Games Award-winner Tunic. Find out what they had to say about the game's aesthetic and musical creativity.
We asked award winning English actress and director Samantha Morton about her favourite UK films. Find out what she had to say in our exclusive video interview.
Check out our video highlights from the red carpet and ceremony at this year's BAFTA TV Awards.
We’re getting closer to summer, it’s finally May! Check out our video round-up of the best film, TV, animation and games titles coming to a screen near you this month.
Andrea Arnold reimagines Emily Brontë’s classic romance novel in this visceral, innovative and intoxicating adaptation.
Acclaimed filmmaker Mike Leigh writes and directs this impressive and passionate reenactment of an important but lesser-known British battle.
The story of feminist disruptions to the 1970 Miss World competition is brilliantly rehashed in this warm and light-hearted comedy-drama.
Follow a group of elderly criminals as they try to execute one of the most ambitious heists in London’s history.
An illuminating portrait of Ken Loach: one of the UK’s most talented, principled and compassionate directors.
With nuance and masses of historical footage, the tumultuous and notorious withdrawal from Afghanistan is examined in this shocking documentary.
Using a wealth of previously unseen archival footage, this fascinating but chilling documentary reconstructs the infamous 1986 Chernobyl disaster.
This high-stakes and extremely addictive reality TV show sees contestants ‘banished’ and ‘murdered 'as they fight for the cash prize.
After Cunk on Britain, Diane Morgan takes on the history of the entire globe in this hilarious six-part mockumentary.
Christopher Walken leads this unique, twice BAFTA-nominated series written by Stephen Merchant and Elgin James.
Fans of Shameless will enjoy this compelling caper co-written by and starring This Is England actor Joe Gilgun.
Starring some of Britain’s leading actors, these stand-alone dramas are a searing exploration of the multi-faceted trials faced by women.
Maxine Peake is a powerhouse in this raw and tender four-part mini-series about the 1989 Hillsborough catastrophe.
The art of lying is elevated in this witty panel show, featuring Brits Rob Brydon, Lee Mack and David Mitchell.
BAFTA Award-winning comedian Graham Norton’s high-octane and infectiously charming persona brings to life this beloved long-standing UK talk show.
Explore the improbable story of a couple who were hurled into the media spotlight after a harebrained scheme went awry.
This gloriously funny Horrible Histories spin-off was deservedly nominated for Best Scripted Comedy at the TV BAFTAs.
This smart and compelling two-season series is based on real-life murders in Nottinghamshire, where the writer James Graham grew up.
Based on Paul Gallico’s 1958 novel Flowers for Mrs Harris, Lesley Manville charms in this delightful and uplifting comedy-drama.
Jim Broadbent, Ruth Sheen and Lesley Manville offer first-class performances in Mike Leigh’s Palme d’Or-nominated ensemble drama.
Succession’s Matthew MacFadyen and Atonement's Keira Knightley give unforgettable performances in this delightful Jane Austen adaptation.
Mike Leigh offers up a beguiling slice of everyday Britain in his nuanced and critically-acclaimed darkly comic drama.
Themes of paranoia and alienation pervade Kent-born Andrea Arnold’s dark and stunning debut feature as writer-director.
In this heartbreaking coming-of-age tale, Ken Loach gives now-famous Martin Compston his first acting role.
This brutal indictment of Britain’s zero-hours contract economy deservedly earned both BAFTA and Palme d’Or nominations.
Ken Loach expertly combines comedy and politics in this surprisingly uplifting and charming Glasgow-set caper.
Benedict Cumberbatch leads this enjoyably chaotic and offbeat biopic about the quirky and cat-obsessed artist, Louis Wain.
Ken Loach’s Palme d'Or-winning indictment of the UK’s punitive welfare system is an unmissable work of empathy and genius.
Taking a break from his role as James Bond, Sean Connery is exceptional in this tense World War II drama.
Ray Winstone and Kathy Burke are outstanding in Gary Oldman’s blistering and uncompromising directorial debut.
Acting newcomer Crissy Rock gives an astounding performance in Ken Loach’s raw and powerful social drama.
This two-part documentary series reveals a refreshed and intimate perspective on King Charles III’s life and character.
Adele James is captivating as Egypt’s last pharaoh, Cleopatra, in this compelling four-part docudrama hybrid.
The life and career of pop giant Ed Sheeran is delicately uncovered in this personal and moving mini-series.
A starry voice cast bring to life this lively, high-stakes animation about a slow loris with a need for speed.
Solly McLeod and Sophie Wilde shine in this enjoyable adaptation of Henry Fielding’s 18th century novel.
Fans of both Pokémon and Dragon Quest Monsters will find themselves delighted by this nostalgic and charming turn-based, open-world game.
Traverse the often-unforgiving Kenyan landscape in this stunning nature series narrated by Bridgerton actress Adjoa Andoh.
Director Shekhar Kapur returns with this charming and energetic rom-com featuring Lily James, Shazad Latif and Emma Thompson.
Sir David Attenborough narrates this breathtaking mini-series exploring nature in the UK and Ireland.
We went behind the scenes with the creative masterminds behind BAFTA Games Award winner Rollerdrome, to find out about the making of this stylish, action shooter game.
At the UK premiere of Rye Lane, we met with the cast and creative team to see what they thought of the film's lively South London setting.
Rising stars Vivian Oparah and David Jonsson shine in Rye Lane, a warm and playful romantic comedy from UK director Raine Allen-Miller. We went behind the scenes of the UK premiere and spoke to the cast and creative team behind the film.
As a new King is crowned, we look at the on-screen royals who have made an impact.
Director Raine Allen-Miller shares with us the inspirations behind her feature debut and the importance of shooting in south London.
It’s April! Another month and another run of incredible titles, so why not take a look at our video round-up of the best film, TV, animation and games titles coming to a screen near you this month.
We asked award winning Welsh actress Morfydd Clark about her favourite UK films, Samantha Morton's The Unloved and Richard Ayoade's Submarine.
A man and his dog explore a minimalist and haunting world in this gloriously simple but satisfying sci-fi adventure game.
Choose whether to censor the news or honour the truth in this high pressure and immersive BAFTA-nominated game.
Based on Agatha Christie’s world-famous fictional detective, Poirot, players unravel a complex web of mysteries in this interactive visual novel.
This action-packed and frenetic VR game embroils its player in everything from fast-paced shootouts to more considered puzzle solving.
A tense Northern Ireland-set noir produced by Line of Duty creator, Jed Mercurio, and starring James Nesbitt.
The beloved Gillian Anderson and Fifty Shades of Grey star, Jamie Dornan, go head-to-head in this dark and stimulating thriller.
Scottish stars Kelly Macdonald and John Hannah shine in this intelligent and gripping crime-drama about grief and loss.
Uncover the truth about the murder of a young woman’s mother in this gripping Scottish forensics drama.
This BAFTA-winning cult comedy follows the misadventures of two elderly Scottish friends over the course of nine side-splitting series.
Delve into the life of controversial, opinionated and endlessly talented rapper M.I.A in this candid documentary.
In this lively, multicultural comedy, two teenagers travel to once-popular holiday destination Blackpool in search of their biological father.
Jessie Buckley is outstanding as the fervent but sometimes vulnerable Rose-Lynn in this feel-good drama about a wannabe country singer.
An American singer flees London for the Scottish Highlands to pursue a long dreamed of career in the opera.
UK acting veteran Timothy Spall stars in this uplifting drama about a retiree’s affecting expedition across Britain.
Cinephile Mark Cousins encourages us to slow down and really look at the world in this impossibly absorbing documentary.
Kenneth Branagh directs and stars as William Shakespeare in a screenplay penned by well-known author and playwright, Ben Elton.
Kenneth Branagh’s big-budget fantastical adventure features a young genius and his allies battling against powerful magical forces.
This lavish mini-series featuring Anne-Marie Duff and Tom Hardy exposes the intriguing reign of Elizabeth I.
Director Robert Altman films on British soil for the first time in this intricately plotted, satirical murder mystery.
Kate Winslet and Judi Dench are spellbinding in their portrayal of prominent British novelist Iris Murdoch.
An ever-emotive Timothée Chalamet takes centre stage as Henry V in this coming-of-age historical epic.
Mark Rylance is astonishing as Thomas Cromwell in this six-part series based on the international best-selling novel by Hilary Mantel.
Judi Dench and Billy Connolly star in this exquisite exploration of the tension between love and duty.
Dustin Hoffman directs a top tier cast in a stirring tale of elderly opera singers facing their own mortality.
Emily Blunt shines as Queen Victoria in this BAFTA-winning dramatisation of the first years of her rule.
Oscar-winner Helen Mirren stars as the iconic Elizabeth I in this acclaimed British-American miniseries.
Cate Blanchett returns as a more mature and ethereal Elizabeth I in director Shekhar Kapur’s playful sequel.
Cate Blanchett dazzles as England’s first Queen Elizabeth in this exploration of her rise to power.
Samantha Morton’s impeccably crafted debut is a searing exploration of social care in the UK.
An all-star British cast ooze charm and wit in Richard Ayoade’s accomplished debut feature.
This Country creator Daisy May Cooper strikes again with this absurdly brilliant comedy-thriller.
A gutsy six-part thriller about three courageous women bringing down a powerful mafia organisation.
Tennis giant Boris Becker is the subject of Alex Gibney’s meticulously crafted documentary.
BAFTA-nominated Guy Ritchie directs Jake Gyllenhaal in this tense but emotionally-driven war thriller.
Immerse yourself in this visual novel adventure inspired by the Oscar-nominated film franchise.
Raine Allen-Miller's acclaimed debut feature will enchant and endear in this lively and poignant South London-based romcom.
This Welsh-language crime-thriller based on Iwan 'Iwcs' Roberts' first novel delivers both excitement and charm.
The much-anticipated sequel to the 2011 game will not disappoint as players try to survive a zombie outbreak.
We Are Lady Parts creator Nida Manzoor brings action and familial affection to her distinctive debut feature.
Toni Collette stars as a suburban woman who unexpectedly inherits the position of mafia boss in this hilarious crime-comedy.
ScreenUK joined industry leaders at the London Games Festival 2023 to find out why the UK is home to such exciting and innovative games development.
How the nation became host to some of the biggest fantasy stories around.
Another month and another run of incredible titles. Take a look at our video round-up of the best film, TV, animation and games titles coming to a screen near you in March 2023.
Andie MacDowell stars in this gentle comedy-drama about a fading film star facing a cancer diagnosis.
Pierce Brosnan’s final Bond outing is a jam-packed action epic with lasers, helicopters and Rosamund Pike.
Vampiric happenings haunt a sleepy Irish village in this gruesomely good horror-comedy.
Steve Coogan’s genius creation Alan Partridge gets a feature-length outing in this absurdly funny action-comedy.
Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet impress in Danny Boyle’s operatic ode to the tech entrepreneur.
Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or winning historical drama about the Irish War of Independence, starring Cillian Murphy.
Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard are the Macbeths, in a muscular and macabre Shakespeare adaptation.
Steve McQueen’s unflinching, Oscar Best Picture-winning portrait of Solomon Northrup’s experience of American slavery.
Oscar-winner Steve McQueen directs an intense and intelligent heist thriller, set in Chicago’s criminal underworld.
A big-hearted biopic about a record-store owner in Belfast, instrumental to its punk rock population.
Tudor history gets a star-studded retelling in this Peter Morgan-penned period romp.
A tense psychological thriller set during the Troubles, starring Sir Ben Kingsley and Jim Sturgess.
Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell and Samantha Morton shine in a cinematic adaptation of a classic Swedish play.
Irish villagers fight off alcohol-fearing aliens with drunkenness in this riotous horror-comedy from Jon Wright.
Grabbers director Jon Wright’s irreverent alien invasion comedy, starring Sir Ben Kingsley and Gillian Anderson.
Gemma Arterton leads an ensemble cast in this countryside-set rom-com from director Stephen Frears.
Ben Wheatley adapts JG Ballard in a surrealist dystopian drama starring Tom Hiddleston and Sienna Miller.
Jonathan Glazer’s cult-favourite crime thriller, starring Ray Winstone and Sir Ben Kingsley, is sizzingly-good.
It’s a well-known fact that Bill Forsyth’s chemistry-laden, coming-of-age comedy is a cult favourite.
A landmark British film from Shane Meadows, starring Stephen Graham in a career-making role.
A sequel to the interactive rom-com game Five Dates, this time set in a post-pandemic world.
A lovable merge matching mobile game that combines baking and romance to addictive effect.
Daniel Craig’s farewell as Bond, also starring Rami Malek and Léa Seydoux, is energetic and extravagant.
Daniel Craig, Judi Dench and Gemma Arteron star in this action-packed, desert-set Bond movie.
Daniel Craig is 007 in a barnstorming Bond movie, also starring Eva Green and Mads Mikkelsen.
Sam Mendes steers Daniel Craig’s third outing as Bond into sentimental, but no less spectacular territory.
Immerse yourself in a criminal underworld with this narrative VR game inspired by the BAFTA-winning gangster drama.
Daisy May Cooper is a working-class single mum on the fringes of society in this blistering comedy series.
Toni Colette stars in an electrifying, 10-episode adaptation of Naomi Alderman’s bestselling novel.
A narrative-driven RPG set in a cyberpunk world. Think Blade Runner meets Tharsis meets Disco Elysium.
A BAFTA-nominated third person action shooter that blends extreme sports tricks with high-intesity combat.
The third instalment in the sprawling medieval fantasy series is a cinematic, chaotic delight.
We asked British actress and Hollywood star Florence Pugh about her favourite UK film, the classic feel-good tale of Billy Elliot.
Damian Lewis leads a 60s-set espionage thriller about an agent who defects to the KGB.
Helen Mirren and Liev Schrieber lead a tense historical drama about Israeli prime minister Golda Meir.
Sally Hawkins and Steve Coogan star in a comedic historical caper about Richard III’s remains. Sally Hawkins and Steve Coogan star in a comedic historical caper about Richard III’s remains.
Idris Elba and Cynthia Erivo star in a feature-length follow-up to the Emmy-nominated series.
Bloodthirsty goblins terrorise a couple in this contemporary, Ireland-set creature feature.
We went behind the scenes with the cast and creative team behind the unnerving new Prime Video TV sci-fi thriller, The Rig.
We joined the stars in contention to scoop the industry's most coveted awards at the 2023 British Academy Film Awards.
We asked BAFTA-nominated actress Aimee Lou Wood, star of Living, about her favourite UK films. Find out what she had to say in our exclusive video interview.
We asked British actors Adrian Dunbar and Fionn Whitehead for their thoughts about the beautiful county of Yorkshire, the setting of numerous UK films and TV shows. Find out what they had to say.
Letitia Wright and Shirley Henderson tug on our heartstrings in a musical drama about redemption and rehabilitation.
February may be the shortest month, but it’s still stacked high with exciting releases! Take a look at our video round-up of the best film, TV, animation and games titles coming to a screen near you in February 2023.
We take a look at the wealth of UK film and talent in the running for recognition at the 2023 British Academy Film Awards.
From The Beatles and Amy Winehouse, to Britpop rivals Blur and Oasis, the UK has produced more than its fair share of world-famous musicians. We take a look at the best documentaries that showcase this rich musical heritage.
Kenneth Branagh returns as Hercule Poirot in an extravagant murder-mystery sequel.
Sparks - and lyrics - fly between Will Poulter and Naomi Ackie in an original genre-blending drama.
John Boyega leads a wonderfully entertaining sci-fi alien invasion comedy from Joe Cornish.
Joe Wright’s Oscar-nominated, BAFTA-winning period drama, starring Keira Knightley, is gorgeous and devastating.
Keira Knightley, Carey Mulligan and Andrew Garfield star in an affecting adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s dystopian novel.
A nostalgic overview of Coldplay’s formation (and continuation) from prolific music documentarian Mat Whitecross.
A new slasher-horror inspired interactive game from award-winning developers Supermassive Games.
A casual and captivating rogue-like ‘shoot-em-up’ that proves simple but effective.
Julien Temple’s fittingly multifaceted tribute to musical icon and frontman of The Clash, Joe Strummer.
Julien Temple directs this dizzying, and thorough documentary portrait of the Sex Pistols.
Go on-the-road with Britpop band Blur in this lo-fi but up-close music documentary.
Go behind-the-scenes of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ creative partnership with this deeply-felt documentary.
Music documentary meets philosophical inquiry in this portrait of Nick Cave from director Andrew Dominik.
Venture into the mind of musical iconoclast Nick Cave with this inventive, introspective documentary.
The life and legacy of punk musician and riot grrrl icon Poly Styrene makes for a loving documentary.
The life and death of Amy Winehouse is reappraised in a gut-wrenching documentary from Asif Kapadia.
British pop phenomenon Bros stage a comeback 28 years later in this moving music documentary.
Edward Lovelace and James Hall direct an extraordinary documentary about Scottish musician Edwyn Collins’ recovery from illness.
Lynne Ramsay’s beguiling directorial debut about a Glaswegian boy contending with poverty and guilt.
Olivia Colman stars in a hard-hitting slice of social realism from actor-turned-director Paddy Considine.
Frances McDormand won an Oscar for her powerhouse performance in Martin McDonagh’s incendiary revenge drama.
Martin McDonagh casts Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson in his self-referential screwball comedy.
Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson are bickering buddies in Martin McDonagh’s blackly comic crime caper.
Fans of The Terror will enjoy this game about polar exploration that places you as the Captain.
Cara Delevingne presents - and participates in - a fun, female-focused docuseries on sexuality.
Sam Riley and Haley Bennett electrify as estranged spouses in this swooning drama from Jamie Adams.
Rory Kinnear and Jo Hartley star in a David and Goliath tale of working class do-goodery.
The Horizon franchise gets a new instalment with this innovative, gorgeously immersive action RPG.
Self-professed indoorsy type Eugene Levy ventures outside his comfort zone in this irreverent travel series.
A Netflix docuseries that delves into the world of competitive golf, via players such as Rory McIllroy.
Murderous nuns and mysterious conspiracies abound in this contemporary religious horror, starring Jena Malone.
Sex Education’s Emma Mackey stars as the Wuthering Heights writer in this fittingly ferocious biopic.
We go behind the scenes with the all-star British cast and creatives bringing this Terry Pratchett animated adaptation to life on screen.
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...
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.
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.
Bonnie and Clyde meets Submarine in this off-kilter and award-winning comedy series.
A beautifully-told adaptation of Sathnam Sanghera’s memoir of growing up Sikh in 1960s Britain.
Alexandra Roach and Adheel Akthar star in this cult-favourite crime series filled with adrenaline-pumping adventure.
Jack O’Connell and Alfie Allen star in a six-part WWII drama about the legendary Special Forces unit.
Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor and Matthew Goode star in a whimsical biopic of a working-class artist.
A BAFTA-nominated documentary exploring the sensation of blindness, as experienced by writer and academic John Hull
A staggeringly brilliant ensemble assembles for Armando Iannucci’s raucous BAFTA-nominated Soviet satire
Hayley Squires and Reece Shearsmith star in a kaleidoscopic horror from British auteur Ben Wheatley.
Filmmaker Edgar Wright directs a documentary odyssey about distinctive musical duo Sparks.
An electric documentary about seminal rock band Oasis, their chart-topping highs and feuding lows.
Liam Gallagher’s post-Oasis slump and subsequent comeback makes for a celebratory documentary.
Liam Gallagher’s epic two-show comeback makes for a rousing, resounding documentary.
Deception and paranoia percolate in a suspenseful limited series starring Charlie Cox and Ciarán Hinds.
Jay Duplass and Tatiana Maslany are a couple confronting fault lines in their relationship.
Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan pop to Paris to salvage their marriage in this charming Hanif Kureishi-scripted drama.
French director Mia Hansen-Løve returns with another tender, bittersweet tale of love, loss and family.
Possession is the name of the game in this neon-tinged underwater puzzler.
Collect and catalogue potent plants in this enchanting botanical-based puzzle game.
A haunting three-part drama about a real-life assassination attempt that shook the town of Salisbury.
David Tennant plays the Russian defector in a four-part limited series about his 2006 murder.
Dev Patel smoulders as a mysterious wedding guest in Michael Winterbottom’s lean and lively thriller.
A comet hurtles towards Earth in this Gerald Butler disaster film, directed by Ric Roman Waugh.
Gerard Butler is pitted against a dangerous militia in this explosive island-set action thriller.
Joe Cornish writes and directs a big-hearted tale that takes inspiration from a classic legend.
Based on the novels by Anthony Horowitz this young adult spy series delivers slick, escapist thrills.
Attack the Block director Joe Cornish helms this young adult series about paranormal investigators.
Emily Blunt and James McAvoy add star power to a Toy Story-esque sequel to Gnomeo and Juliet.
Kung-Fu Panda meets Blazing Saddles in a playful, samurai-infused animation.
A starry voice cast animate this adventurous Terry Pratchett adaptation, featuring talking cats and rats.
Puzzles, crafts and sensory detail combine for a joyful experience in this adventure platformer.
This BAFTA-award winning 3D platformer is a cornucopia of colour and charm.
An adventure-seeking alligator completes island-based quests in search of friends in this open-world exploration game.
We go behind the scenes with the creative team behind The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse to explore the making of this heart-warming and serene adaptation of Charlie Mackesy's book.
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.
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.
Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of the classic Don DeLillo novel is a surreal and thrilling satire.
Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge brings her uniquely British comedy sensibility to this slick and subversive spy series.
Claire Foy, Olivia Colman and Imelda Staunton play various incarnations of Queen Elizabeth II in this Netflix drama.
Benedict Cumberbatch earned an Oscar nomination for his performance in Jane Campion’s sensuous and sinister Western.
A starry cast assembles for Richard Curtis’ irresistible and now iconic Christmas tapestry.
Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in a heart-wrenching rom-com from director Paul Feig.
Keira Knightley and Matthew Goode lead a blackly comic Christmas film about an impending apocalypse.
Explore enchanted forests and dangerous dungeons in this soulful and cerebral action-adventure game.
Alex Garland’s cerebral sci-fi series is an impressively-plotted and realised meditation on big tech.
Turner Prize-nominated photographer Richard Billingham directs his feature debut; a viscerally intimate family portrait.
A stunning, sensory insight into the world of non-speaking autism, from award-winning filmmaker Jerry Rothwell.
Eliza Hittman’s third feature is a tender and urgent drama about a teenager seeking an abortion.
Maxine Peake is a tour-de-force as a Northern stand-up comedian battling sexism in the 70s.
Maxine Peake, Naomi Ackie and Brian Gleeson star in Desiree Akhavan’s dramedy series about queer identity.
From the creators of Monument Valley comes a beautifully-designed mobile game of tactics and talking.
An arcade-style, shoot ‘em up mobile game from Netflix that features gorgeous graphics.
Luke Evans, Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley lend their vocal talents to a lively animated adaptation.
An animated adaptation of Charlie Mackesy’s book, boasting bewitching visuals and a starry voice cast.
Adventure through awe-inspiring Mexican landscapes with this impeccably-crafted open-world racing game.
We go behind the scenes with the cast and crew of Michael Grandage's new film My Policeman, which features the star cast of Harry Styles, Emma Corrin, and David Dawson.
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.
ScreenUK speaks to the stars of the big screen at the 2022 British Independent Film Awards.
A visually dazzling and endlessly exhilarating street racing game from Criterion Games.
A gorgeous, slick and fast-paced racing game from the creators of Need For Speed: Heat.
Joanna Scanlan stars in an emotionally-layered, award-winning drama about the difficulty of knowing those we love.
Joanna Hogg draws from her own life in this ravishing portrait of a toxic relationship.
Joanna Hogg returns with a ghostly gothic horror starring Tilda Swinton in two roles.
Olivia Colman stars in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut; a spiky, sensuous Elena Ferrante adaptation.
Noah Baumbach’s divorce saga, starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson, is razor-sharp and raucously-funny.
The dalmatian-hating villain gets a gloriously punk-rock origin story, starring Emma Stone and Emma Thompson.
A British-Pakistani teenager becomes Bruce Springsteen-obsessed in Gurinder Chadha’s feel-good musical.
Smash-hit musical Matilda gets a cinematic revamp, starring Emma Thompson, Stephen Graham and Lashana Lynch.
Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell star in a murder-mystery that promises parody and hilarity.
Sam Mendes follows up his BAFTA-winner 1917 with a swooning seafront ode to cinema itself.
Gemma Arterton and Gugu Mbatha-Raw star in a sun-kissed WWII drama about friendship and forbidden love.
Oliver Hermanus skewers toxic masculinity and homophobia in a BAFTA-nominated military drama.
Bill Nighy and Aimee Lou Wood light up a life-affirming period drama from director Oliver Hermanus.
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.
Sinéad O'Connor’s rise to fame is reconsidered and recontextualised in a gorgeously intimate documentary.
Emily Watson and Paul Mescal go head-to-head as a mother and son wading murky moral waters.
Guy Ritchie visually impressive, video-game inspired revival of the medieval classic.
Rebel Wilson stars in a Welsh-set drama about a couple contending with a life-changing event.
Damian Lewis and Toni Collette star in a feel-good drama about a racehorse that defied expectation.
Colin Firth and Julie Walters star in a spellbinding adaptation of the beloved novel.
A kaleidoscopic animated series from Blue Zoo about the animals who keep a city on its feet.
Brendan Gleeson and Ciarán Hinds lend their voices to this imaginative, sea-faring stop-motion animation.
Gabriel Byrne stars in a third series of this relentlessly thrilling alien invasion drama.
Hugh Laurie assembles a star-studded cast for his charming three-part Agatha Christie adaptation.
Michaela Coel shines in her filthy, joyous comedy about a young woman intent on losing her virginity.
Kit Harington, Taron Egerton and Alicia Vikander star in a sweeping and moving WWI biopic.
Emma Corrin pairs up with Jack O’Connell for a sensuous new adaptation of the classic novel.
Jude Law and Carrie Coon play husband and wife in this brooding 80s-set psychological drama.
Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams play childhood friends in a sensitive story of forbidden love.
Inspired by Scandinavian folklore, this fairy-tale adventure game combines gorgeous animation and subtle storytelling.
A coming-of-age odyssey through Dune-esque landscapes make for an enchanting exploration game.
Lesley Manville, Paloma Faith and Rocks’ Kosar Ali star in this luscious and lustful period drama.
Keira Knightley and Michael Fassbender star in a provocative period drama about the fledgling days of psychoanalysis.
The Father’s Florian Zeller is back to tug on our heartstrings with a studious, star-studded drama.
Tom Burke and Holliday Grainger team up to solve murders in this cleverly-plotted and comedic crime series.
Andrea Riseborough rediscovers the city of Luxor in a transporting romance-tinged character study.
Filmed in Aleppo, this BAFTA-winning, Oscar-nominated documentary is as intimate as it is imperative.
The miraculous true story of two Syrian sisters makes for a moving and magnificent drama.
Carey Mulligan shines in a dynamic detective drama about a murder and its interconnected suspects.
Martin Freeman gives a tour-de-force performance in a police drama based on real-life experiences.
Beauty and barbarity coalesce in a contemporary Western from Scottish musician-turned-filmmaker John Maclean.
Michaela Coel gives a masterclass in intensity in Hugo Blick’s profound political thriller.
Emily Blunt leads a revenge-fuelled, revisionist and visionary western from Black Earth Rising’s Hugo Blick.
A BAFTA-winning comedy series that follows a teenager’s turbulent life with her bipolar mother.
Raymond Briggs’ graphic novel is brought to spellbinding life, featuring the voices of Jim Broadbent and Brenda Blethyn.
Craig Roberts’ third outing as director is an enchanting, tonally-edgy love story, featuring a whirlwind Sally Hawkins.
Two sets of couples become intertwined in this psychologically-rich Sally Rooney adaptation from Element Pictures.
Claire Foy and James McAvoy star in a Scottish Highlands-set drama about the disappearance of their child.
Oscar-winner Glenda Jackson makes a sublime return to screen as a woman battling dementia.
James Norton is devastatingly good in a Northern Ireland-set drama that will break your heart.
Actor Romola Garai’s directorial debut is a heady concoction of body horror and gothic fantasy.
Emilia Jones, George Mackay and Sienna Guillory power an atmospheric thriller about a fleeing mother and daughter.
Two Point Studios’ spiritual successor to Two Point Hospital is a rewarding university campus management game.
A hospital-building and management simulator that requires you to keep patients sheltered, alive and well.
Lush visuals, vibrant colours and a spirit of adventure make for an epic mobile game.
Riz Ahmed co-writes and stars in this poignant and boundary-pushing meditation on race, family and rap.
A dystopian, rap-based series intertwining several stories that play out against the backdrop of inner city London.
Lynne Ramsay’s BAFTA-nominated thriller is a film as tense, visceral and masterful as they come.
Paul Mescal stars in an exquisitely-crafted 90s-set drama from Scottish director Charlotte Wells.
Harris Dickinson stars in Ruben Östlund’s award-winning, BBC-backed, class-clash comedy.
Jessica Brown Findlay and Sean Harris star in this unnerving horror about the most haunted house in England.
The early life of Edgar Allan Poe is as haunting as his poetry in this gothic horror.
Anna Friel stars as a disturbed Detective Sergeant suffering blackouts in a binge-worthy crime series.
Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle are spellbinding as naive newlyweds in a 60s-set period romance.
Emma Corrin, Harry Styles and David Dawson form a love triangle in this Brighton-based period drama.
Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell reunite with director Martin McDonagh for a macabre meditation on male friendship.
Experience the glitz of the red carpet as we bring you the latest premieres from the 66th BFI London Film Festival.
Watch Ukie CEO Dr Jo Twist discuss the UK's rich games heritage - and get a sneak peak of Gamescom award-winner Shadows of Doubt from creator Cole Jefferies.
Explore the UK films that screened at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
Hayley Squires and Rupert Everett star in this darkly funny four-parter about the adult film industry.
Michaela Coel makes history with this brilliant, BAFTA-winning no-holds-barred series from the BBC.
A weird and wonderful take on Victorian London and the monstrous creatures that lurk within.
Vampires, daemons and witches feature in this enchanting fantasy series, based on the bestselling novels.
Gemma Arterton gives an astounding performance in this sensitive drama directed by Dominic Savage.
Freewheeling female friendship takes centre stage in this 90-set, Scottish road-trip comedy.
A farcical, ferociously funny sitcom about four teenage girls growing up in Derry, Northern Ireland.
Lacerating comedy about the lows and sort-of highs of motherhood, from Catastrophe's Sharon Horgan.
BAFTA-winner Aisling Bea writes and stars in a dazzlingly funny exploration of depression.
Gentlemen Jack’s Suranne Jones leads this murky, BAFTA-nominated marine thriller that promises to electrify.
A serial dater who used Tinder to con women is the centre of this gobsmacking documentary.
A dystopian future provides the backdrop for this audacious body-horror about a mind-hijacking hit woman.
Fans of Broadchurch will lap up this layered and chilling crime drama, starring David Tennant.
A surprisingly colourful and compelling wildlife series about the things that animals do in the dark.
Stephen Frears directs a finely-calibrated, undeniably gripping account of Lance Armstrong’s doping scandal.
An unlikely friendship forms between Queen Victoria and an Indian clerk in Stephen Frears’ majestic biopic.
A thrillingly well-acted three-parter about the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? coughing scandal.
A compact comedic drama from Nick ‘High Fidelity’ Hornby and stalwart British director Stephen Frears.
Oscar winner Colin Firth stars in this sobering sophomore feature from British filmmaker Harry Macqueen.
Jodie Whittaker and Brett Goldstein star in this off-kilter, but on-point comedy about coming-of-age.
Ted Lasso’s Nick Mohammed teams up with David Schwimmer to fight cyber-terrorism in this workplace comedy.
Inspired by Anaïs Nin’s erotic stories, this six-part limited series stars Juno Temple.
Lily James and Emily Beecham shine in a lively adaptation of Nancy Mitford’s masterpiece.
Harriet Walter and Conleth Hill star in this uplifting story from the producers of The Favourite and Normal People.
A retelling of Mancunian musician Morrisey’s formative years, prior to starting The Smiths.
The producers of Love Actually and Bridget Jones return with a Beatles-fuelled romantic romp.
A captivating and contemporary rendition of Viking history, based on the novels by Bernard Cornwell.
Dame Maggie Smith is a thrifty, sharp-tongued pensioner in this quintessentially British comedy.
Steve McQueen’s scorching anthology of British-Caribbean history, told with vitality and vehemence.
Sally El Hosaini’s award-winning crime drama about a sibling relationship tested by gang culture.
Ruth Wilson powers an intense family drama from the master of rural realism, Clio Barnard.
Ruth Wilson and Tom Burke beguile as lovers in Harry Wootliff’s mesmerising psychological drama.
A refreshing and deeply intimate documentary, delving into the artistic mind of Orson Welles.
Mark Cousins continues his odyssey through the history of cinema and moves into the modern era.
An effervescent and endlessly witty sitcom about two couples and their respective sex lives.
Jodie Comer stars in this refreshing series of royal court drama, adapted from Philippa Gregory’s novel.
Mayhem and mischief abound in Lena Dunham’s medieval-set coming-of-age comedy, starring Billie Piper.
Paddington returns for more adventure, and jail time, than he bargained for in this original-surpassing sequel.
An unusual and life-changing friendship forms between a quadriplegic teenager and a capuchin monkey.
We take a look at the UK films and talent taking part in the 2022 edition of the festival.
A look at some of the UK films and TV series that led British actress Florence Pugh to Hollywood stardom.
A thrilling and thoroughly accessible adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic, boasting a starry, thoroughbred cast.
Florence Pugh, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Chris Pine go medieval in a sweeping Scottish historical drama.
Stephen Merchant tells the true story of wrestling-mad siblings, starring Florence Pugh and Jack Lowden.
Florence Pugh and Maisie Williams are afflicted by a fainting epidemic in this hypnotic thriller.
An emotionally-intense interactive game where you make difficult choices in a decades-spanning story.
Celebrating The Rolling Stones at 60, this docu-series delves into the making of the world famous band.
A groundbreaking and intimate virtual reality documentary celebrating the love and friendships fostered in VRChat.
Gemma Arterton and James Norton star in a cat-and-mouse thriller, based on a true story.
Sharon Horgan, Anne Marie-Duff and Eve Hewson star in a deliciously dark murder-plot comedy.
The cut-throat world of corporate finance is at the centre of this razor-sharp and riveting drama.
A Polish town, pre-Holocaust, is immortalised on celluloid in this haunting documentary.
Vicky McClure, Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar are the anti-corruption police unit searching for a mole.
A clever and exhilarating heist thriller, with a twist or two, from British documentarian Bart Layton.
Bart Layton’s breathtaking BAFTA winner is a true-crime doc by way of a psychological thriller.
A lyrical coming-of-age portrait on par with American Honey and Moonlight from British-Nigerian filmmaker Shola Amoo.
Anthemic, anarchic comedy series about an all-girl Muslim punk band, created by BAFTA-winner Nida Manzoor.
A vibrantly-animated series about best friends Pip and Posy, based on the popular picture books.
Crazy Rich Asians’ Henry Golding is a man returning to Vietnam in this pensive, poignant drama.
Remi Weekes announces himself as a talent to watch with his atmospheric and assured debut horror.
Jane Horrocks and Samson Kayo star in this ambulance-based sitcom about the perils of paramedicine.
The millennial generation get their Blair Witch with this timely and well-constructed Zoom-based horror.
Terence Davies adapts the classic 1930s novel into a period drama as sombre as it is stunning.
A horror comedy about a havoc-wreaking haute couture dress from the mind of Peter Strickland.
Welsh actor Taron Egerton gives a winning performance as Olympic ski jump hopeful ‘Eddie the Eagle’.
Hear from Jono McLeod, the Scottish director of strange-but-true doc My Old School in this exclusive Screen UK interview.
People who spend any time in the UK soon learn about the special place that Sir David Attenborough occupies in the nation’s affections.
Polar bears, penguins and killer whales feature in this frosty seven-part series, presented by David Attenborough.
Astonishingly good CGI accomplishes a never-before-seen feat: animating the creatures of the Natural History Museum.
Get closer than ever before to the majesty of our natural world with this wide-ranging and awe-inducing documentary series.
Dive into the depths of the oceans with David Attenborough’s exploration of marine life.
BBC Earth and David Attenborough join forces for a ferocious and fascinating insight into five animal families.
This one-off documentary is both a personal retrospective and a rallying cry.
Gastrointestinal problems, Robert Bresson and This Is Spinal Tap are all ingredients in Flux Gourmet, the latest strange brew from Peter Strickland.
The BAFTA nominated actor discusses his role as the romantic lead in Clio Barnard’s Ali & Ava.
Modelled on an 80s slasher, this visually-stunning supernatural game provides some gloriously gory fun.
A colourful and surprisingly complex simulation game that rewards patience and creativity.
A revelatory three-part documentary series about the woman who enabled Jeffrey Epstein.
Sir David Attenborough unravels the mysteries of the plant kingdom in this astonishing docuseries.
Discover the extraordinary wildernesses of Patagonia in this natural history docuseries.
This haunting, high-stakes (but low-budget) post-apocalyptic thriller makes for a grim but gripping watch.
Documentary meets animation in this charming and occasionally chilling tale of a Scottish scandal.
Downton Abbey meets Broadchurch in this spirited period-dramedy about a lovelorn, crime-solving vicar.
Vicky McClure and Adrian Lester lead a team of bomb disposal experts in this explosive series.
ScreenUK talks with the writing team behind the new British animated series Pip and Posy.
We spoke to the team behind Scale, a short animation selected for Cannes and Annecy.
Did you get hooked on Peppa Pig during lockdown? Discover more UK animation through the work of these six exciting studios.
The June event once again introduced great UK films to keen-eyed New York audiences, providing an important launching pad for new filmmakers.
Dolly Alderton’s hit memoir makes for a nostalgic and fun-fuelled TV series.
Ben Whishaw stars in the adaptation of former NHS doctor Adam Kay’s award-winning, bestselling memoir.
A starry cast - Ralph Fiennes, Matt Smith, Jessica Chastain - unite for a gripping Morocco-set thriller.
British director Rob Savage’s follow-up to cult hit Host is an equally riotous lo-fi horror.
Terence Davies consolidates his sublime reputation with this sensitive portrait of WWI poet Siegfried Sassoon.
Maestro of the macabre Peter Strickland concocts a culinary horror to churn the senses.
Welsh actor-turned-director Craig Roberts returns with this big-hearted biopic of not-so-gifted golfer Maurice Flitcroft.
A marvellously charming and quintessentially British buddy comedy about Brian and his robot, Charles.
The ever-wonderful Emma Thompson is intent on achieving an orgasm in this sex-positive comedy.
ScreenUK catches up with the cast of the popular show to find out what's in store for the second outing of the Crawley family on the big screen.
We catch up in Cannes with the team behind Cornish folk horror Enys Men in this exclusive interview.
Conversation With Friends star Sasha Lane gave a breakout performance in this riotous road-movie.
An extraterrestrial Time Lord explores the universe in this long-running, ever-evolving sci-fi series.
Go behind the scenes on this British queer coming of age story which started life as a comic.
UK talent was out in force at this year’s ceremony – and it promises great things to come.
ScreenUK spoke to the stars of the red carpet to hear their thoughts on British television.
ScreenUK spoke to nominees from the new British drama created by Russell T. Davies.
ScreenUK talks with the writing team behind British comedy horror All My Friends Hate Me.