A gentle exploration of love later in life, starring two greats of British screen, Alison Steadman and Dave Johns.
Autumn de Wilde directs this lavish new adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel.
Ken Loach once again shows us social and economic injustice through sympathetic characters, this time exposing the gig economy.
Powerhouse actors Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren star in this psychological thriller.
Tom Harper directs this gritty, yet optimistic feature, about a young ex-con trying to make it as a country singer.
Michael Caine hosts David Batty's documentary about the cultural changes wrought by the swinging 60s.
This is the kind of film that stays with you, and gives you pause.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is thoroughly enjoyable film. A sure hit with romance gurus and plenty of substance and style to entertain all other film goers too.
This is one of the most grown-up English-language comedies to hit the screens in a long time.
But don’t be fooled by the Englishness and gentleness: this is an intense, strong and somewhat harrowing tale.
This is a totally enjoyable, adorable gem of a film, with a strong message about life and death and ageing.
Rumoured to be Day-Lewis's last film, he shines as Reynolds Woodcock, the society couturier who fears he is doomed in love.
The inspirational true-story of Robin and Diana Cavendish is a star-turn for both Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy, under Andy Serkis's directorial baton.
Domhnall Gleeson and newcomer Will Tilston star in this portrait of the troubled childhood of Christopher Robin Milne, directed by Simon Curtis.
Johnny Harris writes, produces and stars in, this classic tale of a washed up, alcoholic boxer, trying to make some money through a dangerous, unlicensed fight.
An enjoyable romp starring Joan Collins and Pauline Collins, as older women on an adventurous trip.
The quirky directorial flourishes and consistently amusing humour make this a trip worth taking.
Set in a Scottish village around The Great War, a highly intelligent girl rises above the harshness of small village life to become symbolic of Scotland herself.