Baghdad In My Shadow (2019)
Trouble brews in London for the Iraqi diaspora after a young man begins to be radicalised and a woman encounters a face from the past.
Black And White (2002)
Reconstruction of famous aboriginal murder trial in South Australia in 1959.
Brakes (2016)
Improvised black comedy charting moments in the lives of nine couples.
Bright Star (2009)
The poet John Keats meets the woman who is to become the love of his life.
Fanny and Elvis (1999)
A woman decides she wants a baby... just as her husband walks out.
Intimacy (2000)
A divorced barman has sexual liaison with wife of London cabbie.
Little Joe (2019)
A genetically engineered plant scatters its seeds and seems to cause uncanny changes on living creatures. The afflicted appear strange, as if they were replaced - especially for those, who are close to them. Or is it all just imagination?
Mayhem (2017)
A lawyer betrayed by a colleague fights his way up the building to try and see the boss while it's under quarantine due to a virus that makes everybody lose their inhibitions.
Rag Tale (2005)
Poisonous cynicism and manipulative scheming at the heart of a national tabloid.
Shallow Grave (1994)
Thriller showing what happens when three flatmates find and keep a suitcase of money.
Storm (2009)
Legal drama about a prosecutor of war crimes given a 'cast iron case' but who finds her chief witness unreliable.
Top End Wedding (2019)
A couple mount a hunt for a bride-to-be's AWOL mum, so that they can can tie the knot.
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