Tosh

This is the definitive portrait of John Toshack. Welsh, Liverpool and Swansea legend, and one of football’s most inspirational figures. TOSH will have its UK Premiere on 13th May at Swansea Stadium, in UK Cinemas from 17th May and then available on Digital Download, DVD & Blu-ray from 6th June. More information here. A documentary film directed by lifelong Swansea City fanContinue reading “Tosh”

Wake Up Punk

Joe Corré, son of punk visionaries Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, burns an estimated £5M worth of punk memorabilia protesting the commodification of punk. WAKE UP PUNK takes this incendiary act of ‘cultural terrorism’ and the questions it raised to explore the lifespan and true worth of punk – the 20th century’s most volatile movement. Available OnContinue reading “Wake Up Punk”

Gazza – The Definitive True Story

GAZZA is an unflinching portrait of the ultimate tragic hero, whose love for the riches and limelight of fame proved to be his downfall. An unmissable documentary for any football fan, featuring interviews from friends, family, and former teammates and coaches including Alan Shearer, Bryan Robson, Paul Ince, Ian Wright and Terry Venables. This ‘definitive trueContinue reading “Gazza – The Definitive True Story”

The Loneliest Whale – The Search for 52

In 1992 a top secret program by the US navy discovered an unusual sound at a frequency of 52 hertz. A marine biologist William Watkins said the sound was coming from a solitary whale, but this frequency was unlike any other. The mysterious whale has been dubbed the Loneliest Whale and has never been found,Continue reading “The Loneliest Whale – The Search for 52”

South (1919)

SOUTH is screening at BFI Southbank and in selected cinemas from 28 January and out on Blu-ray/DVD on South and the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration on Film, released by the BFI on 28 February. A black and white silent documentary with music showing unprecedented footage from one of the very first Antarctic expeditions during ‘the Heroic Age of AntarcticContinue reading “South (1919)”

Handsome

Handsome available on digital release from 30th August is a touching documentary film about two brothers Nick and Alex who travel around the world to talk to other siblings, where one or the other lives with Down’s Syndrome, to find out how they have been tackling their lives. It begins with Nick talking about hisContinue reading “Handsome”

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”

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”

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”

The Secrets of the Surface – the Mathematical Vision of Maryam Mirzakhani

Available to watch on Vimeo, The Secrets of the Surface – the Mathematical Vision of Maryam Mirzakhani is a documentary tribute to Maryam Mirzakhani, Iran’s most successful mathematician and the first woman to win the most prestigious prize in mathematics, the Fields Medal. The documentary interviews the lecturers, her collaborators and undergraduate students in theContinue reading “The Secrets of the Surface – the Mathematical Vision of Maryam Mirzakhani”