In the week leading up to their 45th anniversary, a contented, childless couple receive a letter that the husband's previous girlfriend's body has been found.
An engaging documentary that tells the story of about a dozen minor Star Wars cast members who had no idea that it would change their lives forever.
A dark comedy/thriller of murder, drugs, sex, extortion and barrow-loads of profane language when a music industry worker will stop at nothing to advance.
'Filmed in Supermarionation' is so much more than just a fan-fest of 'Thunderbirds', 'Captain Scarlet' and 'Joe 90'.
In the 1950s, a young woman in a small Irish town moves to Brooklyn, New York in search of a better life, discovering the meaning of home and finding romance.
This restored 1969 classic film tells of teacher Jean Brodie who inspires her girls to rise above their own curriculum, raising the ire of the Principal.
A Cambridge lecturer beds and impregnates one of his students but after a chance meeting, he falls in love with her sister and they have a son together.
From the creators of the magnificent BBC series Horrible Histories comes this comical, fictional account of the rise to fame of William ‘Bill’ Shakespeare.
As suffragettes begins to spread around Britain, a young mother's journey of discovering hope uncovers the battle these brave women fought for equality.
Hapless barber, Barney Thomson, finds himself a suspect in a major investigation tracking a local serial killer but from there, things only keep get worse.
A newly restored print of this 1971 epic masterpiece tells the story of a married Irish girl who begins a dangerous love affair with disastrous consequences.
A premiere screening, delicious wine and food and all things British. Check out the socials from the British Film Festival here...
Based on the long-running British spy series, Spooks, the MI5 Intelligence Chief must stop a potential Armageddon when a dangerous terrorist escapes custody.
Returning on 28 October, the 3rd British Film Festival will feature 31 titles, capturing the humour, romance, traditions & new age vitality of British culture.
Julie Christie’s 1965 Oscar-winning performance returns to the big screen for 1 night only in a portrait of a woman's fruitless pursuit for eternal happiness.
Returning to Ireland after an enforced exile in America, social activist Jimmy decides to reopen a village hall to bring much-needed happiness back into the community.
A lonely widower returns to a seaside town where he spent his youth, unearthing a wealth of forgotten memories which may unlock his slowly enveloping despair.
The Swinging Sixties was just beginning and a new youthful vitality was blooming when along came this movie, charting several days in the life of The Beatles.
During Le Week-end, Jim Broadbent’s character remarks that if you truly love someone, then you like and hate something about them every five minutes. This insightful piece of homespun wisdom basically sums up this romantic comedy for elders.
A bomb explodes in a Central London market, killing 120 people but there is more to the terrorism case than meets the eye in this slick thriller by Steven Knight.