Mosley: It’s Complicated

Mosley: It’s Complicated is a F1 Motor Racing sports documentary with a difference as it looks at one of the leading figures that has made the sport what it is today but who himself has had his own chequered past filled with controversy and scandal. Available to watch in selected UK Cinemas from 9th July,Continue reading “Mosley: It’s Complicated”

A Perfect Enemy

Available on digital download from 5th July, A Perfect Enemy is a psychological thriller based on the book by Amélie Nothomb. A Spanish, French and German co-production filmed in English, it’s the story of a successful architect Jeremy Angust (Tomasz Kot) who is on a business trip to Paris but when he helps a youngContinue reading “A Perfect Enemy”

Piccadilly (1929)

Piccadilly (1929) is a silent movie based on the glamorous world of a London revue bar and the entangled relationships behind its inner workings with spurned love, rivalry and jealousy that results in murder. This is a newly restored High Definition deluxe edition complete with an array of video extras now available on Blu RayContinue reading “Piccadilly (1929)”

Interview – Rom Boys: Forty Years of Rad

Rom Boys: 40 Years of Rad will be screened at the opening night of The Romford Film Festival on 24th June and is available on digital download here: https://geni.us/RomBoys  DIRECTOR Matt Harris & PHOTOGRAPHER ‘Monkeyglove Matt’ Q&A Matt Harris – Director How did the documentary come about?Around six years ago I was looking for a placeContinue reading “Interview – Rom Boys: Forty Years of Rad”

Sunflowers

In cinemas across the UK from 8th June, Sunflowers is the latest showpiece from Exhibition on the Screen, the experts on bringing the best of the art galleries from around the world, this time in a feature length documentary about Van Gogh’s unmistakable Sunflowers. Directed by David Bickerstaff the story begins with the installation ofContinue reading “Sunflowers”

Maya The Bee: The Golden Orb

In cinemas this week, Studio 100 brings the third in a series of children’s favourite and German classic, Maya The Bee, amazingly over one hundred years old and returning to the big screen once again to lift the young kids’ spirits as the enthusiastic bee looking for adventure. The film starts off with Maya (CocoContinue reading “Maya The Bee: The Golden Orb”

Laddie: The Man Behind The Movies

Laddie: The Man Behind The Movies is a documentary film available to rent and buy from 26th April. It’s a touching tribute movie from Amanda Ladd-Jones the daughter of one of the film industry’s most unknown and yet most influential film executives and producers, Alan Ladd Jnr – Laddie. The film shows a series ofContinue reading “Laddie: The Man Behind The Movies”