After the tragic loss of a woman they loved, two friends navigate the five stages of grief and all the absurdity, hilarity and pain that that entails.
We are thrilled to invite you to buy a ticket to Lorien Haynes’ romantic comedy Good Grief directed by Natalie Abrahami (RSC, National Theatre, Young Vic), starring BAFTA award-winning Sian Clifford (Fleabag) and Nikesh Patel (Artemis Fowl).
Part of this predominantly female strong team are Isobel Waller-Bridge as Sound Designer and Composer (Fleabag), Fin Oates as Editor, (I Hate Suzie), award-winning Emma Dalesman as Director of Photography and Natalie Pryce as Production Designer (winner, Production Designer, Black Theatre Awards 2020).
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Carla, 17, lives life locked inside her home with her loving but tyrannical father. But when their isolation is interrupted, dark secrets emerge that redefine their existence.
Starring Francis Magee, Mirren Mack, Aki Omoshaybi and Michelle Collins. Written and directed by Nick Norman - Butler.
We're excited to share set photos from our new short film #EGERTON directed by Finite's Amy Gardner - read more: tellmydaughter.com
Tuesday 24th September - Special screening for Treacle
Raleigh Studios Hollywood, 5300 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038, USA
Slot 9. Members Shorts 2 6 pm- 8 pm @Pickford Screening Room
It got to HollyShorts - Oscar qualifying LA festival.
US Premiere: San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, the longest-running, largest, and most widely recognised lesbian, gay, bi, transgender, and queer film exhibition event in the world.
When friends Belle and Jessie go away for the weekend and drunkenly hook up; what seems like an awkward slip up to firmly heterosexual Jessie, is in fact an incredible betrayal to bisexual Belle.
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Golden Globe winner Dame Joan Collins and BAFTA winner Pauline Collins on an unforgettable journey of finding true friendship and a love triangle.
From the BAFTA winning documentary director Simon Pummell, Identicals is a sci-fi thriller about an organisation that identifies networks of “people who walk like you, talk like you, but are walking through different, better lives” and helps their customers make a life upgrade.
Tommy Flanagan stars as a father consumed by grief who must come to terms with an emotional breakdown in order to save his relationship with his two sons.
Orhan Pamuk, Turkey’s Nobel -Prize winning novelist, has constructed a unique place, set in Istanbul, that bridges imagination and reality, between a fictional love affair and a real-life museum.
A Brixton-set drama about a 15-year-old girl whose desperate need for acceptance leads her to take part in a tragic act of violence.
L.E.S. Film Festival Best Feature Film 2013, Having You is a dramedy about a man whose fear of responsibility is put to the test when a seven year old son he doesn’t know about unexpectedly enters his life. Starring Anna Friel and Romola Garai..
Blinded by the instant rewards of criminal activity, Leo Roberts is sucked into London’s underground world of strip clubs, saunas, drugs and prostitution.
A tale of love and hate between brother and sister, starring Colin Morgan, Natalie Press and Oscar nominated Janet McTeer.
Adam’s past crashes around him when his brother arrives, bringing news that their father’s health is failing, leaving him to pick up the pieces of a deal about to sour.
A 10-year old Korean ballet dancer, and her mother, clash over the course of 24 hours on the eve of a show..
Screening July 28th 2019 at 42nd Asian American International Film Festival in NY
A once renowned photographer, journeys deep into the mountains in search of a mythical beast never photographed before.
A romantic comedy about a night time security guard in a London office tower uniquely courting a cleaner in the opposite tower.
Commissioned by American Express, ‘Small Business Saturday’, celebrates the passion and the commitment of small business owners across the UK.
Can first love survive the lost years? In the three hours he has between flights, Donald Plant finds out.
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Inspired by the true story of a one year secret houseguest in Japan.