Ciao! Manhattan (1972)

Ciao! Manhattan (1972)

“It’s like she’s in her own little world all by herself.” Warhol’s former superstar, model and actress Edie Sedgwick is the lead in this restoration of her posthumously released autobiographical-ish role that depicts the life of a former star... »
The Changeling (1980)

The Changeling (1980)

The impressive Cheesman house has a dark and sinister history: and it appears that “it doesn’t want people”. It does have a new resident in the form of John Russell (George C. Scott), who will have to face the horrors and ominous revelations of the old... »
The Wound (Inxeba 2017)

The Wound (Inxeba 2017)

Tribal coming-of-age initiation ritual for the Xhosa men take the form of an annual meeting, away from the cities, amidst the mountains of the Eastern Cape. John Trengove’s compelling Oscar nominated film depicts the ancient rituals outside the contemporaneity... »
The Midwife (Sage femme, 2017)

The Midwife (Sage femme, 2017)

“What would you do if someone from your past reappeared?” And what would you do if your step-mother, who is a bit like Patsy from Absolutely Fabulous, suddenly appears in your life after thirty years, with the intention of starting an endless party in your presence?... »
Entertaining Mr Sloane (1970)

Entertaining Mr Sloane (1970)

“He’s attracted to adversity.” Director Douglas Hickox’s succinct and uproarious adaptation of Joe Orton’s play manages to make the transition from stage to screen thanks to a well executed adaptation by Clive Exton. Although this is a drama with... »
Electric Dreams(1984)

Electric Dreams(1984)

A “fairytale for computers” conjures memories of music, fashion and film from times past in this reissue of Electric Dreams in all its amusing sweet innocence. In the year following the launch of the personal computer Electric Dreams takes the ‘personal’... »
Dreamscape (1983)

Dreamscape (1983)

“For once in your life try to use your gift for something positive.” Dreams can prove to be a delight or a nightmare, depending on whether they take the form of a romantic embrace, the prospect of self-provoked apocalypse or a bloodthirsty encounter with a monstrous... »
The Levelling (2016)

The Levelling (2016)

Hope Dickson Leach’s debut drama is one that addresses of a number of issues as a father and daughter attempt to understand the son’s recent brutal death whilst coming to terms with their own differences – their confrontations from the past and their... »