Happy Valley creator Sally Wainwright constructs a warm and welcoming family drama starring Sarah Lancashire.
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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.
Cillian Murphy is astonishing in Christopher Nolan’s engrossing and expansive biopic about the creation of the atomic bomb.
This disquieting family drama is led by two career-making performances by British actors Lily Newmark and Joanna Scanlan.
Young Jordanian actor Jacir Eid Al-Hwietat is outstanding in this Bedouin western about betrayal and survival.
Join comedy duo Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as they reunite in a series about paranormal investigators.
Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer is mesmerising in this sensitive five-part exploration of life after kidnapping.
Based on Alexandre Dumas’ celebrated novel, this three-series adventure-drama is a fun, fresh, and modern take on the classic.
Jenna Coleman is outstanding as the slighted wife taking revenge on her cheating husband in this compelling six-episode series.
The fourth and final season of the hugely popular teen TV series is its most tense and powerful yet.
Regularly touted as the UK’s answer to The Wire, follow two complex anti-heroes in this powerful and tense gangster thriller.
An all-star cast - Tina Fey, Michelle Yeoh and Camille Cottin - board Kenneth Branagh’s third Hercule Poirot murder mystery.
This captivating documentary recounts a colossal CIA programme that used Howard Hughes as a cover during the cold war.
Creator Sally Wainwright and actor Sarah Lancashire unite to create an unstoppably compelling and poignant three-series television drama.
Writer-director Brian Helgeland helms this striking portrait of London’s notorious Kray twins, both masterfully played by Tom Hardy.
Scarlett Johansson dazzles in this ambitious and captivating 17th century tale about betrayal and coercion, based on Tracy Chevalier’s novel.
Based on the book by Vikas Swarup, this delightfully entertaining drama stars Dev Patel, Freida Pinto and Madhur Mittal.
Scarlett Johansson gives an incredible central performance in Jonathan Glazer’s haunting, absorbing and visually hypnotic masterpiece.
Steve Coogan leads this enjoyable mockumentary that takes a glimpse into the extravagant lives of the mega-rich.
Rami Malek taps into Freddy Mercury’s untamed and charismatic energy in this spirited Queen biopic.
Let The Right One In filmmaker Tomas Alfredson directs this icily atmospheric and erudite Cold War espionage thriller.
Based on the novel by British author Andrea Levy, this BAFTA-nominated mini-series looks at the life of Jamaican slave, July.
The late Alan Rickman directs, co-writes and stars in this stylish, delightfully dramatic and spectacularly-acted romantic drama.
Seemingly inspired by the work of Jane Austen, a subtle social consciousness permeates this assured costume drama.
Persepolis director Marjane Satrapi constructs an ambitious and unconventional biopic about famed female physicist Marie Curie.
Developed from the endearing BBC comedy show Outnumbered, Brits Rosamund Pike and David Tennant lead this warm-hearted family film.
Based on Sally Rooney’s widely-adored novel, Irish filmmaker Lenny Abrahamson creates and co-directs this impossibly moving series.
Meryl Streep’s deserved Oscar-winning performance is pitch-perfect as Britain’s first female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher.
The UK’s Eddie/Suzy Izzard co-writes, co-produces and stars in this fascinating and fact-based World War Two spy drama.
Immerse yourself in blissful Cornish escapism over ten series with the grumpy but entertaining Dr. Martin Ellingham.
The origin story of Bruce Wayne’s butler, Alfred Pennyworth, is a captivating modern drama with a dark edge.
This five-season post-Jack The Ripper crime thriller is thrillingly led by famed British Succession actor Matthew Macfayden.
This compelling and time-bending drama is led by an excellent performance from I May Destroy You’s Paapa Essiedu.
Director Bill Condon reunites with renowned star Ian McKellen for a playful take on Sherlock Holmes in his later years.
Featuring a range of Downton Abbey favourites, this period drama is based on the novel by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows.
The highs and lows of Elton John’s life are beautifully captured in this authentic and rousing music biopic.
Gilles Paquet-Brenner directs and co-writes this intriguing Agatha Christie adaptation starring Glenn Close, Christina Hendricks and Gillian Anderson.
Emily Beecham gives an outstanding central performance in this portrait of a woman facing a period of unexpected upheaval.
Ashley Madekwe is captivating in this absorbing examination of race, class and privilege in the vein of Get Out.
Sarah Parish is outstanding as Detective Superintendent Elizabeth Bancroft, an intelligent career woman who is losing her grip on reality.
Harris Dickinson leads this innovative drama in which a queer and bygone Soho is imaginatively crafted and explored.
This ten-episode imaginative interpretation of King Arthur’s rise to power is a powerful story of enduring courage and sacrifice.
Dazzling visuals permeate this ambitious, animated Vincent Van Gogh biopic, which reimagines the last days of the painter’s life.
This infectiously charming and twice BAFTA-nominated teen series returns with a second eight-episode season of sweet and refreshing LGBTQ+ representation.
Thomas Hardiman’s promising debut is a uniquely stylish, extravagant and comical whodunit set in the world of competitive hairdressing.
This captivating debut feature from writer-directed Andrew Legge expertly blends time travel and found footage in this smart ‘what-if’ drama.
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.
Rap artist Tia Nomore gives a powerful and authentic performance in this intimate, A24-backed exploration of single motherhood.
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.
James Nesbitt gives a standout performance in this tense eight episode remake of popular Danish noir series Forhøret.
Newcomer Max Harwood dazzles as an aspiring young drag queen in this cinematic adaptation of the famous musical.
Based on the DC Comic of the same name, immerse yourself in this fantastical, opulent and absorbing TV series.
This electrifyingly-acted courtroom drama is based on the real-life events of the Argentinian junta trial of 1985.
Joanna Hogg’s beautifully shot drama examines the anxieties of the middle-upper class in this masterful slice of life portrait.
Stanley Tucci is beguiling as a highly intelligent prisoner on death row in this riveting four-episode mini-series.
Maggie Smith, Kathy Bates, and Laura Linney shine in this charming tale exploring the power of love and friendship.
Succession’s Matthew Macfayden plays Labour MP, John Stonehouse, in this audacious, fun and thoroughly entertaining three-episode mini-series.
Director Autumn de Wilde’s debut feature is a refreshing and good-natured take on the famous Jane Austen novel.
Riz Ahmed and Freida Pinto are exceptional in this hypnotic adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s renowned novel, Tess of the d’Urbervilles.
Under The Shadow director Babak Anvari delivers a riveting thriller, brimming with entertaining performances and intelligent themes.
Riz Ahmed stars in Chris Morris’s incredibly smart black comedy about a group of hopelessly inept aspiring suicide bombers.
Based on a catastrophic real-life event, this drama pays homage to the footballers’ lives lost in a devastating plane crash.
Keira Knightley and Parminder Nagra lead this compassionate, much-loved and extremely enjoyable teenage coming-of-age comedy.
Prisoners of War go head-to-head with a Nazi superteam in this Sylvester Stallone vehicle, loosely based on true events.
This highly-intelligent British classic follows two underdog athletes as they prepare for the prestigious 1924 Olympic Games in Paris.
Ron Howard's thoroughly entertaining and action-packed sports drama recreates the famous rivalry between F1’s James Hunt and Niki Lauda.
Michael Sheen gives a career-defining performance as Brian Clough, the infamous and short-lived manager of Leeds United.
Following the acclaimed Tyrannosaur, Paddy Considine’s second feature as writer-director is a powerful but heartfelt boxing drama.
British class structures and the notion of being an outsider are skilfully explored in this Rob Lowe led rowing drama.
Simon Stone directs this arresting and charming multi-BAFTA-nominated drama, set against the stunning English countryside.
The third film in the Kingsman franchise is a deeply enjoyable, action-packed and playfully tongue-in-cheek spy movie.
Fact and fiction blur in Christian Schwochow’s gripping political thriller, exploring the events that led to World War II.
A powerful and affecting performance from Emma Thompson steers this thought-provoking drama, based on an Ian McEwan novel.
Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz are outstanding in this conspiracy-thriller-cum-love-story from City of God director Fernando Meirelles.
This charming, BAFTA-winning drama joyously explores the power of solidarity across lines of class, gender and sexuality.
Tom Cullen and Chris New are outstanding in writer-director Andrew Haigh’s distinctive and highly-acclaimed second feature.
Writer-director Hong Khaou’s astounding debut feature is a beautiful meditation on grief, loss, language and love.
Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan are sensational in this stunning romantic drama about forbidden love in the Victorian era.
Rocks director Sarah Gavron takes on the suffragette movement in this suspenseful and essential historical drama.
Bend It Like Beckham writer-director Gurinder Chadha explores the tumultuous period of India's partition in this gripping historical drama.
A powerful and uncompromising call-to-action on racial injustice featuring No Time To Die’s Lashana Lynch.
David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike give mesmerising performances in Amma Asante’s absorbing, true-life love story.
Based on the 1992 novel by Victor Headley, Idris Elba’s accomplished directorial debut bursts with energy and ambition.
Little Miss Sunshine directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris dramatise one of the most-watched televised sports events of all time.
Dane DeHaan brings idolised 1950s film star James Dean to life in Anton Corbijn’s atmospheric biographical drama.
Charlie Brooker thrillingly blurs the line between creator and viewer in this groundbreaking feat of interactive television.
Veteran actor Ben Kingsley is outstanding as a transient fugitive who meets his unlikely match.
Ben Kingsley leads this idiosyncratic biopic exploring the latter years of the life of surrealist Spanish painter Salvador Dalí.
The smart, tense and satirical BAFTA-nominated television series Black Mirror returns for a much-anticipated sixth season.
Twenty five years after the Oscar-winning film, this eight-part mini-series is a welcome and warm-hearted reunion.
As both executive producer and leading actor, Idris Elba astonishes in this seven-part hostage drama, thrillingly told in real-time.
Humour, tenderness and punchy Tina Turner numbers abound in Dionne Edwards fresh, distinctive and bold feature debut as writer-director.
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.
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.
Explore the improbable story of a couple who were hurled into the media spotlight after a harebrained scheme went awry.
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.
Adele James is captivating as Egypt’s last pharaoh, Cleopatra, in this compelling four-part docudrama hybrid.
Choose whether to censor the news or honour the truth in this high pressure and immersive BAFTA-nominated game.
A tense Northern Ireland-set noir produced by Line of Duty creator, Jed Mercurio, and starring James Nesbitt.
Scottish stars Kelly Macdonald and John Hannah shine in this intelligent and gripping crime-drama about grief and loss.
Jessie Buckley is outstanding as the fervent but sometimes vulnerable Rose-Lynn in this feel-good drama about a wannabe country singer.
UK acting veteran Timothy Spall stars in this uplifting drama about a retiree’s affecting expedition across Britain.
Kenneth Branagh directs and stars as William Shakespeare in a screenplay penned by well-known author and playwright, Ben Elton.
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.
Dustin Hoffman directs a top tier cast in a stirring tale of elderly opera singers facing their own mortality.
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.
A gutsy six-part thriller about three courageous women bringing down a powerful mafia organisation.
This Welsh-language crime-thriller based on Iwan 'Iwcs' Roberts' first novel delivers both excitement and charm.
Andie MacDowell stars in this gentle comedy-drama about a fading film star facing a cancer diagnosis.
Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet impress in Danny Boyle’s operatic ode to the tech entrepreneur.
Letitia Wright and Shirley Henderson tug on our heartstrings in a musical drama about redemption and rehabilitation.
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.
Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of the classic Don DeLillo novel is a surreal and thrilling satire.
Eliza Hittman’s third feature is a tender and urgent drama about a teenager seeking an abortion.
From the creators of Monument Valley comes a beautifully-designed mobile game of tactics and talking.
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.
Olivia Colman stars in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut; a spiky, sensuous Elena Ferrante adaptation.