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The Forgiven

A starry cast - Ralph Fiennes, Matt Smith, Jessica Chastain - unite for a gripping Morocco-set thriller.

Dashcam

British director Rob Savage’s follow-up to cult hit Host is an equally riotous lo-fi horror.

Benediction

Terence Davies consolidates his sublime reputation with this sensitive portrait of WWI poet Siegfried Sassoon.

Flux Gourmet

Maestro of the macabre Peter Strickland concocts a culinary horror to churn the senses.

Phantom of the Open

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

Brian and Charles

A marvellously charming and quintessentially British buddy comedy about Brian and his robot, Charles.

American Honey

Conversation With Friends star Sasha Lane gave a breakout performance in this riotous road-movie.

A couple stand back to back in green lab coats and gloves surrounded by red flowers.

Little Joe

Ben Whishaw, Emily Beecham and Heartstopper’s Kit Connor star in this unsettling, psychological sci-fi.

Mr. Tuner

Masterful director Mike Leigh gives Turner’s life a fresh coat of paint with this vivid biopic.

The Souvenir Part II

Joanna Hogg follows up the first film with an equally compelling portrait of creative middle-class life.

Ali & Ava

Clio Barnard directs this contemporary Bradford-set love story about two lonely souls embarking on an affair.

Fish Tank

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

Boiling Point

Stephen Graham’s stressed-out head chef has a night that goes from bad to worse in this one-take drama.

Limbo

The refugee experience is relayed with wry humour and humanity in this BAFTA-nominated drama.

The Imitation Game

Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley join forces in this heartfelt biopic of code-cracking genius Alan Turing.

The Courier

Benedict Cumberbatch plays a reluctant spy in this real-life story of Soviet espionage.

Vita & Virginia

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

Ex Machina

Alex Garland’s Oscar-winning sci-fi is an unforgettable exploration of power, deceit and the possibilities of A.I.

The Little Stranger

Domhnall Gleeson and Ruth Wilson star in this lyrical British horror from Normal People’s Lenny Abrahamson.

Men

Alex Garland (Ex Machina, Annihilation) returns with a feverish folk horror to fester in your minnd.

The House

A spellbinding stop-motion trilogy about three different owners occupying the same house.

Rare Beasts

Billie Piper’s directorial debut is a heady blend of genres: raunchy rom-com by way of biting psychological satire.

Saint Maud

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

Prevenge

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

God's Own Country

Josh O’Connor put himself firmly on the map in this full-bodied, Yorkshire-set love story.

Virunga

A devastating and daring documentary about the fight to protect the mountain gorillas of the Congo’s Virunga National Park.

The Library Suicides

A stylish and surprising Welsh-language thriller from director Euros Lyn (Heartstopper, Happy Valley).

Mr. Jones

James Norton and Vanessa Kirby headline a heart-rending historical thriller about Soviet era brutalities.

The Duke

Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren charm in this quintessentially British crime caper.

Cow

Andrea Arnold focuses her unflinching, socially-realist eye on a dairy cow in this defiant documentary.

White Riot

An award-winning, rabble-rousing documentary about the formation of Rock Against Racism.

The Feast

A succulent horror that should more than satiate your appetite for bracing British cinema.

The Favourite

The singular and mischievous period drama for which national treasure Olivia Colman won an Oscar.

The Father

Oscar-winners Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman star in this devastating, dementia-driven drama.

Surge

Ben Whishaw unleashes a kinetic performance in this boundary-pushing drama about what it means to be alive.

Spencer

Kristen Stewart received her first Oscar nomination in this exquisite portrait of royal unravelling.

Sisters with Transistors

A fascinating documentary spotlighting female pioneers in electronic music who synthesised their way beyond the glass ceiling.

Rebel Dykes

Honouring the anarchic spirit of queer and feminist activism, this is a heartfelt and consciousness-raising documentary.

Pirates

Party like it’s 1999 with this peppy comedy about mates, music and the new millennium.

Only You

Josh O’Connor leads this intimate, Glasgow-set story that sees a passionate new relationship unravel.

Mothering Sunday

A sumptuous adaptation of Graham Swift’s novel about young love and class struggle in post-WWI England.

Make Up

A claustrophobic Cornwall-set tale of suspicion and self-discovery, starring rising British actress Molly Windsor.

Lady Macbeth

Revisit Florence Pugh’s breakout performance as a restless chattel bride in this defiantly violent gothic drama.

Here Before

The ever-compelling Andrea Riseborough heads up this haunting head-scratcher about a grieving woman.

Gwen

Bolton-born actress Maxine Peake stars as a woman plagued by a mysterious illness in remote Snowdonia in this effective and nerve-jangling gothic period drama.

Encounter

An alien invasion-esque road movie from the talented filmmaker behind the exhilarating romantic thriller Beast.

Darkest Hour

Gary Oldman won an Oscar for his transformative turn as Churchill in this dynamic biopic.

Cyrano

Peter Dinklage leads this lavish and musical adaptation of the classic tale of unrequited love.

Colette

Keira Knightley portrays French novelist and trailblazer Colette in this playful and bracing biopic.

Censor

This dizzying, disturbing and distinctively tactile tale of a film is British horror at its best.

Calibre

A lean, low-budget thriller that will linger well beyond its 100-minute runtime..

Belfast

Kenneth Branagh returns to his childhood Belfast to tell a feel-good story of growing up amid the Troubles.

'71

Jack O’Connell sets the screen alight in this hair-raising action thriller set over the course of one night in Belfast.