16 Years Of Alcohol (2003)
Life and times of a budding drunk in the mean streets of Edinburgh.
All Over Brazil (2003)
World Cup summer of 1974 and all 13-year-old Steve wants to be is a glam rocker.
Billy & Zorba (1999)
The friendship between a suicidal fisherman and a young boy.
Filth (2013)
An amoral, junkie police officer will do anything - and break any rule - to win back the affections of his wife and child.
In Fear (2013)
A couple get lost in the countryside and as night falls they realise they may not be alone.
Lost River (2014)
A single mother is swept into a dark underworld, while her teenage son discovers a road that leads him to a secret underwater town.
Not Another Happy Ending (2013)
A publisher tries to improve an author's creativity by making her life less happy.
Shell (2012)
An intense story of two people who struggle to keep their longings for freedom under control, set against a beautiful and remote landscape that reflects their isolation back at them.
Up There (2011)
A dead man stuck in a dead end job welcoming new arrivals to the afterlife fears things will get even worse when he accidentally loses a soul.
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