The Arbor (2010)
Avant-garde documentary exploring the life and legacy of Rita, Sue And Bob Too! playwright Andrea Dunbar.
Blood Diamond (2006)
Diamonds are a smuggler’s best friend during Sierra Leone’s vicious civil war.
Born Romantic (2000)
The tangled love lives of unrequited men and feisty women in London.
East Is East (1999)
Culture clash in a multiracial family in Seventies Britain.
Exam (2009)
Eight strangers are sitting the final exam for a top-level position... but little do they know the stakes are higher than they imagine.
The Guru (2001)
Dance instructor from Bombay goes to New York, meets a porn star and become a sex guru.
It's A Wonderful Afterlife (2010)
A middle class suburban widow would kill to see her daughter married - literally!
The Mystic Masseur (2001)
A failed teacher in Trinidad in the Forties moves to the country, writes books and enters politics
My Kingdom (2001)
Richard Harris is King Lear, as Liverpool gangster in modern times
Partition (2007)
During the chaos following Partition, a Sikh man and a Muslim woman meet and fall in love, but the course of history is against them.
The Truth About Love (2004)
The lies about infidelity and why blindfold sex is better than looking at your wife.
West Is West (2010)
Sequel to East is East, in which the family return to their roots in Pakistan.
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