On The Line

A late night radio host has to think fast on his feet when a creepy stalker tries to blackmail him live on air after taking his family hostage. On The Line will be available on Amazon Prime from Friday 3rd February. Featuring Mel Gibson who plays Elvis, ‘the legendary’ late night radio host, a likeable butContinue reading “On The Line”

I Love My Dad

An award winning festival film, I Love My Dad is about an estranged father who decides the only way to get his relationship back with his son is to catfish him pretending to be his girlfriend but it’s only a matter of time before his desperate attempts begin to backfire as his son wants toContinue reading “I Love My Dad”

Poison Arrows

This is the darts mockumentary that is long overdue, especially for its makers who have taken 22 years to finish it. It’s the story of Rocky Goldfingers, a 6 times world darts champion put in prison for the murder of his darts protege Perry ‘the Poison Arrow’ Peters. It’s a crime he denies doing andContinue reading “Poison Arrows”

Hunt vs Lauda: The Next Generation

The sons of two legends of Formula One motor racing, Hunt and Lauda, go head to head in celebration of their father’s epic 1976 Championship dual, as they look to recapture some of the famous rivalry and friendship on and off the track. Racing team boss Joseph Thomas first hit upon the idea to re-createContinue reading “Hunt vs Lauda: The Next Generation”

25 Years of UK Garage

’25 Years of UK Garage’ takes a look back at the UK garage scene paying homage to the DJ’s, MC’s and producers who made it happen. With interviews from the breaking artists at the time, the documentary charts the success of the UK garage scene from its fledgling beginnings to its hedonistic peak before itsContinue reading “25 Years of UK Garage”

Something In The Dirt

An eerily entertaining supernatural sci-fi comedy from directors Moorhead and Benson where two new neighbours stumble across some supernatural activity in an L.A. apartment and are determined to get it on camera to make some money regardless of the unknown danger of the paranormal powers at work. The story begins with Levi (Justin Benson) wakingContinue reading “Something In The Dirt”

Hilma

Hilma is the biopic of Hilma af Klint the relatively unknown Swedish artist of the late 19th and early 20th century whose abstract art, locked away for 20 years, famously channelled the spiritual world. Directed by Academy Award-nominated Lasse Hallström (What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, The Cider House Rules) it’s a fascinating journey into the lifeContinue reading “Hilma”

Edgar Wright Teaches Filmmaking

The BBC Maestro series (www.BBCMaestro.com) introduces Edgar Wright Teaches Filmmaking. UK film director Edgar Wright delivers 27 lessons with over 4 hours of expert tuition taking you through every stage of the filmmaking process from writing, directing, casting, location scouting, funding, distribution and plenty more, making this the perfect way to pick up all the tipsContinue reading “Edgar Wright Teaches Filmmaking”

Tomorrow Morning

Tomorrow Morning is a big screen adaption by Nick Winston of the off-Broadway smash hit musical. Set in London, it simultaneously looks back at two significant moments in a couple’s relationship where 10 years have passed. With an all-star cast from the stage and screen featuring Samantha Barks (Frozen The Musical, Les Misérables) and Olivier Award nomineeContinue reading “Tomorrow Morning”

Interview Ian Tripp and Ryan Schafer

Ian Tripp and Ryan Schafer are the US co-directors and first time feature filmmakers of the film ‘Everybody Dies by the End’, one of the closing acts at this year’s FrightFest, the UK’s No.1 horror and fantasy film festival. Please introduce yourselves and your movie Ian Tripp: I’m Ian Tripp one of the co-directors andContinue reading “Interview Ian Tripp and Ryan Schafer”