Profound and unsentimental Australian survival drama from director Jennifer Kent (BABADOOK). Set in 1825 in Van Dieman's Land (Tasmania), where a deeply traumatised Irish woman seeks revenge on the man who killed her family, with the reluctant help of an Aboriginal tracker. An unforgettable film grappling…
Renee Zellweger's thoroughly committed and well-researched portrayal of Judy Garland elevates this biopic set in 1968 during the last year of the actresses life, when she relocates her stage career to London and performs a series of sold out concerts.
Madcap fantasy adventure from director Terry Gilliam following a cynical advertising director (Adam Driver) who succumbs to outrageous delusions after an old Spanish shoemaker believes him to be Don Quixote.
Lavish spin-off film following on from events in the TV series, with the same writer and much of the same cast. The Crawley family are visited by King George V and Queen Mary, and an assassin attempts to kill the monarch. Decadent fan-service for those who already know they love it.
A rugged old Scotsman (a winning performance from Brian Cox) reluctantly leaves his isolated Hebridean island to seek medical treatment in San Francisco, where his life in unexpectedly transformed by connecting with his baby grandson. A gentle, unambitious drama exploring generational divides.
An accomplished dramatisation of the formative years of the orphaned author J.R.R. Tolkien (LORD OF THE RINGS) as he finds friendship, love and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school.