Happy Valley creator Sally Wainwright constructs a warm and welcoming family drama starring Sarah Lancashire.
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Aubrey Plaza gives a standout performance in this sprightly, playful and exhilarating Guy Ritchie spy thriller.
The legend of Citizen Kane is explored in David Fincher’s gorgeous homage to, and exposé of, Hollywood’s golden age.
John Patrick Shanley directs and adapts his own play in this comedic, moving and wildly romantic tale.
Adjani Salmon co-creates and stars in this innovative sitcom about a Black filmmaker struggling to advance his career.
Beanie Feldstein charmingly leads this rough-and-ready romp about the exploits of a working-class teenager from Wolverhampton.
Join comedy duo Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as they reunite in a series about paranormal investigators.
The sight gags and slapstick sequences come thick-and-fast in this charming animated sci-fi sequel.
Immerse yourself in the stone age in this unique, charming and laugh-out-loud funny Aardman animation.
The fourth and final season of the hugely popular teen TV series is its most tense and powerful yet.
Set in 1935 London, writer-director Adam Sigal constructs a wildly entertaining adventure based on a (possibly) true story.
Craig Roberts and Antonia Thomas are revelatory in this charming eight-episode comedy series about two friends battling insomnia.
Join Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s dinner table as they review restaurants around the UK and beyond.
Steve Coogan leads this enjoyable mockumentary that takes a glimpse into the extravagant lives of the mega-rich.
Developed from the endearing BBC comedy show Outnumbered, Brits Rosamund Pike and David Tennant lead this warm-hearted family film.
Matthew McConaughey leads this entertaining gangster comedy, filled with enjoyably shady characters and comical mishaps.
Hijinks and irreverent horseplay ensue as four hopeless boys travel down under in this sequel spin-off film.
Fans of the beloved TV series will be charmed by this irreverent and endlessly entertaining Brits abroad film.
A decade after the first film, this prequel-sequel blend reunites its likeable ensemble cast with some fresh new faces.
The feel-good songs of seventies pop legends, Abba, permeate this joyous musical, led by Amanda Seyfried and Meryl Streep.
Immerse yourself in blissful Cornish escapism over ten series with the grumpy but entertaining Dr. Martin Ellingham.
Simon Pegg and Michael Sheen lead this boarding school-set horror-comedy in which terror is unleashed from the ground beneath them.
Emily Beecham gives an outstanding central performance in this portrait of a woman facing a period of unexpected upheaval.
A gripping animated tribute to the late Graham Chapman, member of the renowned Monty Python British comedy group.
Andy Coyle directs this animated family film based on the Hilda series, delving into the conflict between trolls and humans.
Harris Dickinson and newcomer Lola Campbell are irresistibly charming in this vibrant, innovative and sweet father-daughter dramedy.
Meet a sweet and likeable singing group from Cornwall in this feel-good and charming story of unlikely success.
The sequel to cherished British classic, The Railway Children, is a heart-warming and captivating adventure for a new generation.
The band is back together for this likeable sequel about a group of sea shanty singers propelled into unexpected fame.
Fans of Bridgerton will be enthralled by this amusing, engaging and self-aware alternative historical romcom.
Bad Sisters writer Ailbhe Keogan pens the script for this uplifting Olivia Colman-led Irish road movie.
This satisfying and highly enjoyable comedy sequel sees the return of a formidable ensemble cast, plus some exciting newcomers.
This pleasurable and sweet drama-comedy about a group of British retirees boasts an impressive and beguiling all-star cast.
A highly-talented cast lead this endearing drama directed and written by American playwright Israel Horovitz.
Newcomer Max Harwood dazzles as an aspiring young drag queen in this cinematic adaptation of the famous musical.
Maggie Smith, Kathy Bates, and Laura Linney shine in this charming tale exploring the power of love and friendship.
Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie dazzle in Greta Gerwig’s whimsical, wonderful and witty take on Barbie and Ken.
Succession’s Matthew Macfayden plays Labour MP, John Stonehouse, in this audacious, fun and thoroughly entertaining three-episode mini-series.
Jon Hamm, Michael Sheen and David Tennant are outstanding in this six-episode fantasy-comedy based on the novel by Terry Pratchett.
Director Autumn de Wilde’s debut feature is a refreshing and good-natured take on the famous Jane Austen novel.
Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany lead this affable drama-comedy where romance blooms on a tennis court.
Riz Ahmed stars in Chris Morris’s incredibly smart black comedy about a group of hopelessly inept aspiring suicide bombers.
Keira Knightley and Parminder Nagra lead this compassionate, much-loved and extremely enjoyable teenage coming-of-age comedy.
British class structures and the notion of being an outsider are skilfully explored in this Rob Lowe led rowing drama.
Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge marks her debut as writer-creator in this hilarious six-episode millennial flat-share sitcom.
This charming, BAFTA-winning drama joyously explores the power of solidarity across lines of class, gender and sexuality.
This imaginative animation featuring Timothée Chalamet and Jaden Smith offers a stunning blend of comic book and graffiti aesthetic.
Actor-turned-director Aml Ameen’s debut feature is a refreshing Black British take on the classic Richard Curtis format.
Little Miss Sunshine directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris dramatise one of the most-watched televised sports events of all time.
Creator and star Roisin Conaty leads this silly, hilarious and downright joyful two-season comedy series.
Renowned satirist Charlie Brooker constructs a darkly comedic retrospective of the turbulent events that defined 2021.
Twenty five years after the Oscar-winning film, this eight-part mini-series is a welcome and warm-hearted reunion.
The story of feminist disruptions to the 1970 Miss World competition is brilliantly rehashed in this warm and light-hearted comedy-drama.
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.
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.
This gloriously funny Horrible Histories spin-off was deservedly nominated for Best Scripted Comedy at the TV BAFTAs.
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.
Mike Leigh offers up a beguiling slice of everyday Britain in his nuanced and critically-acclaimed darkly comic drama.
Ken Loach expertly combines comedy and politics in this surprisingly uplifting and charming Glasgow-set caper.
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.
Director Shekhar Kapur returns with this charming and energetic rom-com featuring Lily James, Shazad Latif and Emma Thompson.
This BAFTA-winning cult comedy follows the misadventures of two elderly Scottish friends over the course of nine side-splitting series.
In this lively, multicultural comedy, two teenagers travel to once-popular holiday destination Blackpool in search of their biological father.
An American singer flees London for the Scottish Highlands to pursue a long dreamed of career in the opera.
Director Robert Altman films on British soil for the first time in this intricately plotted, satirical murder mystery.
Dustin Hoffman directs a top tier cast in a stirring tale of elderly opera singers facing their own mortality.
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.
Toni Collette stars as a suburban woman who unexpectedly inherits the position of mafia boss in this hilarious crime-comedy.
Andie MacDowell stars in this gentle comedy-drama about a fading film star facing a cancer diagnosis.
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.
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.
John Boyega leads a wonderfully entertaining sci-fi alien invasion comedy from Joe Cornish.
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.
A staggeringly brilliant ensemble assembles for Armando Iannucci’s raucous BAFTA-nominated Soviet satire
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.
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.
The dalmatian-hating villain gets a gloriously punk-rock origin story, starring Emma Stone and Emma Thompson.
Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell star in a murder-mystery that promises parody and hilarity.
Harris Dickinson stars in Ruben Östlund’s award-winning, BBC-backed, class-clash comedy.