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Mike Leigh drama about family, friendship and ageing.
After a present is missed on Christmas Eve, Santa's son tries to deliver it.
Memories of living with a popular dad.
An artist learns to adapt his vision to the world around him.
A typo leads to an innocent man being confused with a revolutionary, plunging the life of a small time bureaucrat into chaos.
Overweight middle-class secretary has trouble with men and other appetites in London.
Bridget continues to put her fat foot in it, ending up in a Thai prison.
Bridget Jones' life plan goes awry when she discovers she's pregnant - and not sure who the father is.
Biting satire on the Thirties party circuit in London.
1950s Ireland: Eilis must confront a terrible dilemma — a heartbreaking choice between two men and two countries.
In a magic kingdom beyond the wardrobe four children, with a lion's army, do battle with a white witch.
The story of souls across the centuries.
A barrister and a special advocate with a shared history find themselves in trouble after taing on a high-profile terrorism case.
An IRA man questions his ways after befriending a captured soldier, then flees to London and finds himself out of his depth in the soldier's world.
Partially fictionalised biopic of the outspoken manager, Brian Clough
The story of a taxi driver who stole a Goya from London's National Gallery and began to send ransom notes.
The story of Eddie Edwards, the notoriously tenacious British underdog ski jumper who charmed the world at the 1988 Winter Olympics.
Santa Claus is on the run.
This long-delayed movie about Harry's sixth form year reveals secrets about Lord Voldemort's fractured soul.
Tongue-in-cheek British twist on the buddy cop genre.
The whip-cracking archaeologist hero returns.
Children's fiction comes alive in a fantasy adventure story.
Biopic of the novelist who succumbed to Alzheimer's.
Biopic of Margaret Thatcher.
The famous Hatton Garden jewel robbery carried out by a team of retired villains in 2015 that became "the largest burglary in English legal history"
A man forms an unexpected bond with a transient woman living in her car that's parked on his driveway.
Docudrama about penal reform campaigner Lord Longford, with particular reference to Moors murderer Myra Hindley.
Dougal the dog and his roundabout pals battle a springy ice magician to save the world.
Modern romantic musical based around the mythology of a famous Parisian nightclub in 1900. On re-release.
A man tries to save his family - and kids at an abusive school - after they fall on hard times.
Del Boy is talked into carrying diamonds from Amsterdam and Rodney is not happy.
A small bear from darkest Peru tries to adjust to life in London.
Paddington gets into a scrape over his Aunt Lucy's birthday present.
A Dublin wastrel finds his troubles piling up when he attempts to pay off a debt to a gangster.
Beloved cartoon country postman enters TV reality talent contest
Animated idealism meets corporate ruthlessness in Rivet Town.
A second-hand camera dealer remembers his university years when relationships were scarred with tragedy and desire while living a life of selfish isolation.
Trouble brews for a teacher who has taken a last minute and controversial role teaching English to the daughters of high-ranking Nazis.
A scientist investigates the death of an Inuit boy.
Hammy the hamster and pals get a re-imagining.
A wayward tooth fairy accidentally jeopardises Christmas and sets off to salvage it with the help of two children.
Loose biopic of Gilbert and Sullivan in the period leading up to the staging of The Mikado.
Harold is an ordinary man who has passed through life, living on the side lines, until he goes to post a letter one day...and just keeps walking.
An unlikely hero leads the way in the Allied WWII victory.
The gallant adventures of a social mountaineer in the drawing rooms of 18th century England.
A couple take a make or break trip to Paris.
A dramatisation of the early life of Queen Victoria and her initial romance with Prince Albert.
The beauty of the road Emma Westenberg on empathy, absurdity and Bleeding Love
Collecting signs Nate Carlson on Alexander Payne’s multiple Oscar-nominated The Holdovers
Under the influence Christine Vrem-Ydstie and Brian Wiebe on I Am A Channel
Coming to life Ethan Barrett on depression, crayons and Rosemary AD (After Dad)
Sorting fact from fiction Roman Bondarchuk on fake news, politics and the situation in Ukraine in The Editorial Office
Oppenheimer and Poor Things are big BAFTA winners Rising Star award for Mia McKenna-Bruce
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