On one fateful evening, Gio, the son of a murdered mobster and the nephew of Brooklyn mob boss Angelo (Kilmer), carries on the family tradition of bringing a cake his mother baked to his uncle’s house for a celebration. Just two hours into the night, Gio’s life is forever changed as he begins to piece together what really happened to his father and ultimately comes face to face with the type of violence he has managed to avoid his whole life.
The Toll is a hugely entertaining, irresistibly clever and darkly-comic Welsh crime caper, reminiscent of the Coen brothers’ finest work. The film stars Michael Smiley (Kill List, Luther), Annes Elwy (Little Women), Iwan Rheon (Game Of Thrones) and Paul Kaye (The Ghoul).
A young sailor with hopes of becoming an artist dreams of rising above his station and marrying a wealthy young university student. He quickly proves himself to be a talented self-taught writer, but his pursuit of individual success leaves him torn between a new bourgeois life and allegiance to his working-class roots. Poverty, politics and poetry are the beating heart of Pietro Marcello’s sweepingly stylish adaptation of Jack London’s 1909 novel.
Writer-director Zoé Wittock brings gleeful energy, buoyant humor, and surrealistic style to an unusual type of love story—one between woman and machine—in her debut feature. Taking the perspective of Jeanne, who is played with focus and emotion by Noémie Merlant (Portrait of a Lady on Fire), allows us to enter her world of self-discovery and exhilaration for her literal object of desire, while her devoted mother struggles to understand and accept her unconventional choices.
Meet the former players of the Japanese women’s volleyball team. Now in their 70s, they used to be known as the ‘Witches of the Orient’ because of their seemingly supernatural powers on the courts.
★★★★ “A nightmarish modern folktale of the strangest and highest order. Highly recommended” Radio Times
In a futuristic, post-apocalyptic world, K and Z roam the streets on the lookout for corpses and something even more valuable – fresh meat.
Anna Kerrigan’s award-winning debut shows a rare understanding of the complexities and challenges of modern family life, when a father and his transgender son escape to the mountains of Montana.
Once Upon a River is a gorgeous, festival-favourite slice of mid-western Americana ideal for fans of work such as Wendy & Lucy, Leave No Trace, We The Animals and Frozen River. Featuring a great folk music soundtrack and compelling central performance from young newcomer Kenadi DelaCerna.
The Rider is an ordinary, hard-working man. Everything he does is done to protect and support his family. He works as a delivery driver for a local Pizza restaurant, which happens to be owned and run by his landlord. The Rider’s wife, Elena, spends her days cleaning grand houses and caring for their two children.
Truman & Tennessee : An Intimate Conversation is a story of two of the greatest writers of the past century examined in a dialogue that stretches from their early days of friendship to their final, unsparing critiques of each other. They lived parallel lives and struggled with a lifelong pursuit of creativity, self-doubt, addiction, and success.