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Four young women unwittingly get caught up in the violent aftermath of a diamond heist.
The sequel to Kidulthood follows a young man on his first day out of prison.
A former soldier is taken captive and awakens in the back of a van to learn he only has a few moments to figure out how he got there.
First there was Kidulthood then Adulthood now comes Noel Clarke's last installment of his personal Odyssey.
Russell T Davies' resurrection of the time traveller.
Torchwood, Cybermen and Madame De Pompadour - oh, my! And Peter Kay running around in a fat suit.
A ‘lads’ weekend’ turns into a nightmare when the boys arrive in a village where the women have turned into flesh-eating zombies.
A group of fisherman form a band.
A photographer's son with an unusual birthmark comes to suspect that demons are murdering the people of London.
The long, low road to failure on the stand-up comedy circuit.
A day in the life of 15-year-olds from a tough West London school.
An elf travels back in time to save Santa's sleigh
A group of friends are trapped in a storage bay with a ravenous alien enemy.
The wolf at the door Lisa Immordino Vreeland on Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation
Streaming spotlight: musicians turned actors We celebrate stars who have shone in more than one firmament
Capturing creativity Zaida Bergrothon on Alma Pöysti, Krista Kosonen and filming Tove
Chomet takes on Pagnol Epic animation project revealed at Annecy
Sheffield DocFest announces winners Nũhũ Yãg Mũ Yõg Hãm: This Land Is Our Land! and Ali and His Miracle Sheep take prizes
Gaza Mon Amour leads Critics Awards for Arab films nominations 200 Meters also makes strong showing in shortlist
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