In 1944 Nazi-occupied France, the young Marguerite Duras is a talented writer and an active Resistance member with her husband Robert Antelme. When he is deported by the Gestapo, she dives into a desperate struggle to get him back. She develops a chilling relationship with the detective Rabier and takes terrible risks to save Robert. Does Rabier he really want to help, or is he trying to dig up information about the anti-Nazi underground? Then comes the end of the war and the return of surviving camp victims, a long and silent agony after the chaos of the liberation of Paris.
A historical epic about a King's struggle to hold on to power. After being struck down by one of his own men, a King recovers in a nearby camp and plots a way to return to his homeland and take back the crown that is rightfully his, by any means necessary.
Henry (Jean Reno) is a legendary hit-man enjoying the isolation of his lakeside cabin deep within the vast wilderness of the Rocky Mountains. When the solitude of his well-earned retirement is shattered by the arrival of Melody (Sarah Lind), the survivor of a dramatic accident, Henry must decide whether to risk his own life to save hers... but is Melody really who she says she is and was her arrival really a coincidence?
Carlos Acosta changed dance forever when he became the first black principal dancer of The Royal Ballet. Born in Cuba, travelling to London and becoming one of the most celebrated performers of our times, this film captures both his incredible life story and footage of Acosta himself interpreting his history through dance. With beautiful recreations of Cuba under Castro, we follow young Acosta as he bridles against a strict training regime to discover his own voice and unique talent, making sense of himself in the unfamiliar world of London. A stunning tribute to the power of dance.
Adding the finishing touches to his difficult second feature, rising star Benjamin (Colin Morgan) has been too long in the edit. Filled with self-doubt, he wastes his nights watching meditation videos on YouTube with tubs of ice cream and a cat for company. With the film's premiere at the London Film Festival looming, encouraged by his best friend Stephen (Joel Fry) and deranged publicist Billie (Jessica Raine), Benjamin is introduced to a mesmeric French singer called Noah (Phenix Brossard). As they brave the boundless obstacles of Benjamin's anxious mind, the pair slowly allow themselves, and each other, to love.
1973, Stockholm, Sweden. Self-styled outlaw Lars Nystrom (Ethan Hawke), high on pills, wearing a wig, shades and a cowboy hat, walks into a bank, pulls out a machine gun and fires into the ceiling, cranks up his portable radio then declares 'the party has begun'. He takes two bank workers hostage and demands his friend Gunnar (Mark Strong) is released from prison, $1 million and a getaway car. As negotiations with the police reach a deadlock, one of the hostages, married mother Bianca (Noomi Rapace), initially terrified by being held captive by the erratic Lars, becomes sympathetic, then strangely attracted to him. As the net tightens, and Lars is forced to take desperate measures, Bianca finds herself siding with the criminal over the cops.
Two brothers - Eli and Charlie Sisters - are hired to kill a prospector who has stolen from their boss. A reimagining of the cinematic Western as a dangerous, witty, and emotionally cathartic exploration of what it means to be a man.
Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley), is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek. Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Her mum Marion (Julie Walters) has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn's Nashville nonsense. Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house (Sophie Okonedo). 'Wild Rose' is an uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth.
Frances, a sweet, naive young woman trying to make it on her own in New York City, doesn't think twice about returning the handbag she finds on the subway to its rightful owner. That owner is Greta, an eccentric French piano teacher with a love for classical music and aching loneliness. Having recently lost her mother, Frances quickly grows closer to widowed Greta. The two become fast friends - but Greta's maternal charms begin to dissolve and grow increasingly disturbing as Frances discovers that nothing in Greta's life is what it seems...