Citadel (2012)
A bereaved, agoraphobic single father is beseiged by hooded teenagers who may not be quite human.
Dead In A Week (Or Your Money Back) (2018)
An ageing hitman offers to help a young man who keeps failing at suicide.
Dunkirk (2017)
Dramatic rescue of British soldiers, trapped on the beaches in France, at a critical moment in WWII.
The Goldfinch (2019)
A boy steals a painting in the wake of a terror attack, a decision that will go on to shape his life.
Guinea Pigs (2012)
A group of test subjects are given a new drug but things don't go quite to plan.
Hunky Dory (2011)
Marc Evans' latest feature is a sweet and sincere paean to the pre-punk 1970s.
Ironclad (2011)
A small group of fighters try stop Rochester Castle falling into the tyrannical hands of King John.
Legend (2015)
The story of gangsters the Kray twins.
Mary, Queen Of Scots (2013)
A biopic of the ill-fated Scottish monarch.
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