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1.
Opal Dreams (2006)
Eight-year-old Kellyanne has an idealistic father, Rex, who is one of the many local denizens feverishly mining the landscape for opals; meanwhile, her mother Annie and her 11-year-old brother, Ashmol, are the more 'grounded' members of the family. Much as she loves her parents and big brother, it i
2.
Bright Young Things (2004)
A portrait of a fast, furious, and decadent era that follows the exploits of a group of young aristocrats, slavishly followed by the tabloid press, who refer to them as "bright young things." At the center of the circle is Adam, who runs with a pack of glittering socialites; he embrace every innovat
3.
Shaun of the Dead (2004)
On Friday, Shaun is in a rut. At 29, he''s coasted through life--and still hasn''t gotten very far, usually winding up at the local pub, the Winchester. His roommate Ed looks up to him--when he can take his eyes off the TV, that is. Liz is re-evaluating their relationship, particularly after Shaun fails to do something special for their anniversary on Saturday. That day, there are train delays, people fainting in the streets, TV news reporters on unexplained calamities. No, it can''t be--but it is--the dead have risen. Saturday''s isolated incidents mushroom into a full-on zombie assault and, once daylight breaks, it''s Sunday bloody Sunday. As manners and flesh take a beating, it''s time to seperate men from meat, humans from zombies, and living from undead. Shaun and Ed grab whatever is at hand to repel the attacking zombies, summoning reserves of strength they didn''t know they possessed and straining muscles they forgot they had. Rounding up friends and family, they press on towards the sanctuary of the Winchester. All that stands in their way are hordes of the flesh-eating undead.
4.
Bright Young Things (2004)
A portrait of a fast, furious, and decadent era that follows the exploits of a group of young aristocrats, slavishly followed by the tabloid press, who refer to them as "bright young things." At the center of the circle is Adam, who runs with a pack of glittering socialites; he embrace every innovat
5.
Resident Evil (2002)
Something terrible is lurking in the Hive, a vast underground genetic research facility run by the Umbrella Corporation, a faceless bio-engineering conglomerate. A deadly viral outbreak occurs, and in response, the Red Queen - a vast supercomputer that controls and monitors the Hive - seals the entire facility to contain the leak, killing all the trapped employees. Alice and Rain must lead fellow commandos to isolate the virus that has wiped out Umbrella''s entire research staff. The team soon discovers, however, that the workers are not really dead. They are now the ravenous, zombie-like Undead, and they are prowling the hive and turning their victims into zombies. Alice and the military task force have three hours to complete their mission before the Undead threaten to overrun the Earth.
6.
Gerry (2002)
Two young friends who call each other "Gerry" drive off into the wilderness to hike in a remote area. After losing their way in the forbiddingly beautiful terrain, they rely on humor and confidence to propel them forward. But when the gravity of their situation takes hold, their strength and prospec
7.
Miranda (2002)
Frank is a Yorkshire librarian in love with a beautiful stranger named Miranda. The elusive and enigmatic Miranda presents many facades: she's a businesswoman or a dancer in different tellings, and though Frank enjoys the chase after her identity, he wonders if he can maintain his hold on such an ex
8.
Miranda (2002)
Frank is a Yorkshire librarian in love with a beautiful stranger named Miranda. The elusive and enigmatic Miranda presents many facades: she's a businesswoman or a dancer in different tellings, and though Frank enjoys the chase after her identity, he wonders if he can maintain his hold on such an ex
9.
Invincible (2001)
Zishe Breitbart is a Jewish blacksmith's son from Poland who becomes a sensation in Weimar Berlin as a mythical strongman. His employer, Hanussen, dreams of establishing an all-powerful Ministry of the Occult in Hitler's government. As Hitler's hold on power grows daily and Berlin erupts in a fermen
10.
Warrior, The (2001)
Lafcadia, a skilled and deadly Rajput warrior, works at the behest of a brutal local warlord who regularly sends Lafacadia to carry out such savage punishments as beheadings and pillaging raids of entire villages. Then one day, Lafcadia decides to go straight. In the middle of a massacre, a mystical
11.
Buffalo Soldiers (2001)
It's 1989. The Berlin Wall is about to fall; but outside of Stuttgart, West Germany, at the Theodore Roosevelt Army Base, Specialist Ray Elwood of the 317th Supply Battalion is about to find his own cold war turn white hot. Elwood's a loveable rogue, a conscript who's managed to turn his military se
12.
Buffalo Soldiers (2001)
It's 1989. The Berlin Wall is about to fall; but outside of Stuttgart, West Germany, at the Theodore Roosevelt Army Base, Specialist Ray Elwood of the 317th Supply Battalion is about to find his own cold war turn white hot. Elwood's a loveable rogue, a conscript who's managed to turn his military se
13.
This Filthy Earth (2001)
Sisters Francine and Kath live and work on the family farm, inherited from their parents. Their lifestyle is threatened when Kath's violent boyfriend Buto proposes marriage, hoping to sneak his way into ownership of the sisters' homestead.
14.
Emperor's New Clothes, The (2001)
History tells us that Napolean Bonaparte died in exile on the desolate island of St. Helena in 1821. Or did he? A revisionist take on history, this tale proposes an alternative truth in which a secret network of loyalists hatch an ingenious plot: the Emperor will return to Paris, in order to reclaim
15.
Lucky Break (2001)
Smalltime crook Jimmy botches a bank robbery, lands in prison and stages a musical, with his fellow British inmates, that turns out to be Act One of the perfect escape plan. The musical, about Napolean's adversary Lord Nelson, is ultimately the cover plan to orchestrate a jailbreak. But it's Act Two
16.
Crush (2001)
A group of 40-year-old career women face questions of love, friendship and the single life. But their lives are turned upside down when a younger man appears. Kate, an expatriate American headmistress of a British private school, gets together weekly with Molly, a doctor, and Janie, a police sergean
17.
Late Night Shopping (2001)
Chronicles the lives of several English youths through their various relationship complications. When one of them unknowingly picks up his friend's missing girlfriend, things become even more complicated.
18.
Emperor's New Clothes, The (2001)
History tells us that Napolean Bonaparte died in exile on the desolate island of St. Helena in 1821. Or did he? A revisionist take on history, this tale proposes an alternative truth in which a secret network of loyalists hatch an ingenious plot: the Emperor will return to Paris, in order to reclaim
19.
Large (2001)
On the eve of his 18th birthday, Jason Mouseley is set to inherit his late father's fortune. But before he can claim his inheritance, the will stipulates that Jason must prove himself a responsible adult. As his stepmother leaves town, Jason is expected to find a job and behave decently. But before
20.
Dog Eat Dog (2001)
Four down on their luck West London guys need to make lots of money in a hurry. As the four friends careen through a dangerous and disreputable world of drug barons, porn dealers and music industry pirates, they're given a revealing look at London's seedy underworld.
21.
Charlotte Gray (2001)
In 1942, London is in the middle of the Blitz. The city is blacked out and bombs shatter the night. Charlotte Gray is an ordinary woman who travels from Scotland to London to see how she can help. At a party, she meets Peter, a battle-weary RAF pilot on leave, and they fall in love. But the affair i
22.
My Brother Tom (2001)
The story of two teenagers, Tom and Jessica. When they meet, Jessica becomes both worried and intrigued by Tom's dark side. The forests are his holy domain; he hides there from misery and oppression at home. He and Jessica form a powerful bond, in which no compromise is possible, but that will event
23.
Emperor's New Clothes, The (2001) as Studio
History tells us that Napolean Bonaparte died in exile on the desolate island of St. Helena in 1821. Or did he? A revisionist take on history, this tale proposes an alternative truth in which a secret network of loyalists hatch an ingenious plot: the Emperor will return to Paris, in order to reclaim
24.
Purely Belter (2000)
Two aimless teenagers get a spark of ambition and set out to raise money for a pair of season tickets to the Newcastle United soccer games.
25.
Gangster No. 1 (2000)
In London's Soho section in the 1960's, a leading gangster boss teaches his ambitious young apprentice the secrets of his trade.
26.
Hotel Splendide (2000)
After an absence of five years, Kath, a spirited young sous-chef, returns to the Hotel Splendide in the hope of reconciling with Ronald, the most level-headed of the three siblings who run this spectacularly dilapidated resort on a desolate stretch of English coastline.
27.
Some Voices (2000)
Schizophrenic Ray tries to adjust to the outside world after being released from an institution.
28.
Sexy Beast (2000)
Ex-con Gary "Gal" Dove has served his time behind bars and is blissfully retired to a Spanish villa paradise with a wife he adores. The idyll is shattered by the arrival of his nemesis Don Logan, intent on persuading Gal to return to London for one last big job. Desperate not to sacrifice his enchan
29.
Filth and the Fury, The (2000)
The Sex Pistols were in existence for only 26 months and recorded only one album, yet they changed the face of music forever. This is the story of the The Sex Pistols, charting their rise from the litter-stacked back streets of 70's London through their crucifixion by the British tabloids, canonisat
30.
Low Down, The (2000)
Frank, in his late twenties, becomes restless as he realizes that his life revolves purely around friends and work. He is aware of a need to move his life into another gear, but while he knows something must change, he is not sure what or how. Some of his friends are settling down, and he knows he i
31.
War Zone, The (1999)
Fifteen-year-old Tom struggles with coming of age as his seemingly normal middle-class London family moves to Devonshire. He is bored and lonely, his older sister has made friends fast, and his mother is about to have a third child. However, Tom's "normal" life becomes shattered when he inadvertent
32.
Sugar Town (1999)
The story of a group of aging rocker friends and wanna-bes in Los Angeles. Gwen is a ruthless aspiring star, who will do anything it takes to get to the top. Producer Burt is trying to engineer a comeback for a group of aging British rockers, all of whom have their own family problems. Clive, one ba
33.
Remember Me? (1999)
Lorna and Ian are married suburbanites whose boring lives are frustrated by the fact the she could have been a promising novelist and he is now unemployed. Into their living room pops Jamie, Lorna's boyfriend from 20 years ago who is now a millionaire businessman. What starts out as a harmless stop
34.
Debt Collector, The (1999)
Ex-loan shark and convicted murderer Dryden seems to have paid his debt to society. He has served his sentence in one of Britain's toughest prisons. Eighteen years later he is happily married and is hailed as a talented sculptor by the art world. Yet, Keltie, the policeman responsible for his convic
35.
Gregory's Two Girls (1999)
Gregory is twenty years older and a teacher at the school he once attended. But he's still caught between two girls and as bemused as ever.
36.
Solomon and Gaenor (1999)
Set in a Welsh mining community in 1911, a young Jewish boy falls in love with a Welsh girl. Solomon, a displaced Jew is forced to hide his true identity and turn his back on his faith and family in the pursuit of true love. Gaenor, a gentle and obedient chapel girl, scandalizes her community by pur
37.
With or Without You (1999)
Rosie and Vincent are desperate to have a baby. The constant disappointment begins to corrode their relationship until Benoit, a French postman and old friend of Rosie's, shows up on their doorstop and turns their relationship inside-out.
38.
East Is East (1999)
George Khan is the father of seven free-spirited children. He wants the best for them which, in his mind, means raising them in the traditional Pakistani custom. Unfortunately for George, his family lives in a London suburb surrounded by the current cultural phenomenon: 1970's psychedlic hippiedom.
39.
The Very Thought of You (1999)
An American woman leaves her fast life in New York and moves to London on a whim. There she meets three men who are all friends and as she dates each one, their friendships are put to the test and their lives are changed.
40.
Prometheus (1998)
A contemporary story based on the myth of Prometheus, who gave fire to man by stealing it from the Gods. Using Tony Harrison's poem, the film narrates an allegory of man's cursed misuse of fire, power and industry. Miners from a closed pit in England are taken by Hermes, melted into a statue of Prom
41.
Siberia (1998)
Story of two charming rogues who seduce and rob female tourists in Amsterdam until they meet a cool Russian beauty who puts a stop to their operation.
42.
Acid House, The (1998)
A trilogy of dark, surreal and caustic comedies. In "The Granton Star Cause", Boab finds his life falling apart on all fronts: sacked from his job, dumped by his girlfriend and thrown out of the house by his parents. He meets someone in a pub who radically changes his life and allows him some brief
43.
Vigo - Passion for Life (1998)
Love story set in the 1920s and 30s, based on the relationship between French film director Jean Vigo and his wife, Lydu Lozinska, who met while both patients at a tuberculosis center in the Pyrenees.
44.
Croupier (1998)
Jack Manfred is an aspiring writer who, suffering from a bad case of writer's block, takes a job as a croupier to support his art. Jack remains an observer, viewing the gamblers at his tables with the same cool detachment that he brings to the novel he begins to write about his on-the-job exploits.
45.
Babymother (1998)
Anita is a babymother -- a single mother in a black neighborhood of London -- who's got style, energy, attitude and a burning desire to become the local dancehall diva. Her babyfather Byron is a local reggae star, with his own ambitions, and isn't helping much, along with the rest of the men in the
46.
Jump the Gun (1997)
An ironic look at contemporary South African society, seen through the eyes of a group hanging out in Johannesburg's underbelly.
47.
Slab Boys, The (1997)
Set in the working-class suburb of Paisley, near Glasgow, during 1957, the film follows the high and low points in the lives of a group of fledgling artists who work in a "slab room" and grind colors for the paint used by carpet designers. Phil dreams of going to art school, Spanky wants to go to A
48.
Woodlanders, The (1997)
Giles is a woodsman and cider-maker who is informally engaged to Grace. When Grace returns from finishing school she finds herself increasingly estranged from her background and environment. Encouraged by her social-climbing father Melbury, a former woodsman who is now a self-made merchant, she shun
49.
Food of Love (1997)
An unhappy banker reunites a group of friends to re-stage a Shakespeare play, an event that changes the course of everyone's lives.
50.
Welcome to Sarajevo (1997)
Based in the true saga of British TV journalist Michael Nicholson, story follows Michael Henderson and his news team to war-torn Sarajevo. It''s 1992 and the city has just seen its worst fighting as Bosnian Serbs try to derail the country''s new independence with artillery bombardment. While there, Henderson encounters Flynn, a US TV journalist more famous than the news he''s covering, and Annie, a freelance writer covering her first war. Henderson and company eventually come across an orphanage near the front lines and are so compelled by the scene that they choose to make it front page news. Henderson''s involvement is so deep that he makes plans to take one of the children, Emira, back to England, illegally, with the help of an American aid worker. However, he must eventually return to Sarajevo to face the consequences of his actions.
51.
Brassed Off (1997)
A coaliery brass band tries to win a national competition while their local coal mine faces the prospect of a shutdown.
52.
Break, The (1997)
Dowd, an IRA gunman, breaks out of a Belfast jail and attempts to begin a new life in New York. Trying to avoid the Irish community, he takes a job as a dishwasher where he meets a group of Guatemalan exiles led by Tulio who are planning to assassinate a CIA informant. Dowd falls for one of their
53.
Fever Pitch (1997)
The possibility that Paul's favorite soccer team may win the championship this season threatens to break up his relationship with his girlfriend Sarah.
54.
Bent (1997)
Max is a playboy in the decadent nightclub scene of Berlin during the early years of Hitler's Germany. While his lover and roommate, Rudy, performs at the local club owned by the androgynous Greta, Max partakes in sexual encounters with the club's clientele. One encounter with a soldier in an SA uni
55.
Beautiful Thing (1996)
This urban fairytale and a story of sexual awakening is set in the close-knit, working class community of the Thamesmead Estate, where there are no secrets and no opportunities for privacy, and where the next door neighbor is likely to be a cheeky young woman who loudly plays albums by the Mamas and
56.
Trainspotting (1996)
Smart, funny, sickly and sometimes just plain unconscious, Mark Renton is a hero of our times. Set in an underbelly of Edinburgh the city fathers never dreamed of, this is the story of Mark and his so-called friends--a bunch of losers, liars, psychos, thieves and junkies. This tragi-comedy charts th
57.
True Blue (1996)
The story of the year the Oxford and Cambridge boat race changed from a gentleman''s race to one where winning was everything.
58.
Alive & Kicking (1996)
A dramatic comedy about a gay dancer, living passionately and positively with HIV, who discovers the love of his life, an older man who helps him face the crises in his life and career. It is a love that bonds them together as much as their insecurities and individual passions threaten to keep them
59.
Carla's Song (1996)
Set in 1987, the year of the Contra rebels' assault against the Sandinista government in Nicaragua, a love story which begins on a bus in Glasgow and ends amid the gunfire and explosions of war in Nicaragua. George is a free-spirited Scottish bus driver struggling against the conventionality and bur
60.
Trojan Eddie (1996)
John Power is the leader of the local travellers who has settled into small-town life with a fancy car and string of business interests. Trojan Eddie has worked for Power since leaving prison and is employed as a salesman. Selling is what Eddie does best. From the back of his Trojan van, Eddie sell
61.
Disappearance of Finbar, The (1996)
What has become of Finbar Flynn, a hopeless young loser who was last seen by his friends bouncing a soccer ball along a narrow edge of a highway overpass? His best friend, Danny Quinn, sets out on a trek across Europe, bound for a confrontation with his old friend whom he believes is in Stockholm.
62.
Blue Juice (1995)
A surfer named JC, approaching his 30th birthday, is torn between the sea and his girlfriend Chloe. The sudden arrival in Cornwall of three old schoolfriends, each with problems of their own, brings matters to a head.
63.
Institute Benjamenta (1995)
Jakob von Gunten arrives at the Institute Benjamenta, a training school for domestic service, to enroll for its course--a single endlessly repeated lesson. He develops an unresolved and unarticulated attraction to the principal's beautiful wife, while attempting to penetrate the physical and mystica
64.
Nothing Personal (1995)
Set during 1975, the most difficult period of "The Troubles", story unfolds over a 24-hour period during a tense truce between the Protestant (Loyalists) and Catholic (IRA) militias in Belfast. Once childhood friends, Protestant paramilitarist Kenny and Catholic single father Liam are both caught up
65.
Dead Funny (1995)
Vivian and Reggie share an erratic romance filled with feuding, passion and Reggie's bizarre practical jokes. But the joke's on Reggie when he ends up dead on Vivian's kitchen table.
66.
Sister My Sister (1994)
Christine and Lea are exemplary maidservants whose fastidious appearance and attention to duty are the delight of their tyrannical new mistress, Madame Danzard. Madame Danzard and her daughter command an immaculate townhouse and lead lives of perfect bourgeois respectability. The reward for the sist
67.
Ladybird, Ladybird (1994)
A young woman fights the British bureaucracy to keep her family--four children by four different men--intact.
68.
Shopping (1994)
Set in a unnamed city, story chronicles the lives of two street kids who steal cars.
69.
Bandit Queen (1994)
The legendary story of Phoolan Devi, based on her dictated prison diaries. Devi, India's most famous and feared outlaw, was responsible for the massacre of 30 upper-caste Thakur men in Behmai, a village in Uttar Pradesh. The massacre, with its overtones of class warfare, made Devi a national heroine
70.
Ladybird, Ladybird (1994) as Production Company
A young woman fights the British bureaucracy to keep her family--four children by four different men--intact.
71.
Bandit Queen (1994) as Production Company
The legendary story of Phoolan Devi, based on her dictated prison diaries. Devi, India's most famous and feared outlaw, was responsible for the massacre of 30 upper-caste Thakur men in Behmai, a village in Uttar Pradesh. The massacre, with its overtones of class warfare, made Devi a national heroine
72.
Sister My Sister (1994) as Production Company
Christine and Lea are exemplary maidservants whose fastidious appearance and attention to duty are the delight of their tyrannical new mistress, Madame Danzard. Madame Danzard and her daughter command an immaculate townhouse and lead lives of perfect bourgeois respectability. The reward for the sist
73.
Bad Behavior (1993)
The story of a married couple with two children, frustrated and perhaps disappointed, in the way their lives have turned out.
74.
Bhaji On The Beach (1993)
Three generations of Indian women embark on a day trip to the British resort town of Blackpool: Asha, a young woman in conflict between her traditional upbringing and modern British life; Ginder, an abused wife who has left her husband; Simi, a counselor at a shelter run for women; Hashida, a pre-me
75.
Raining Stones (1993)
An unemployed couple living in a council estate in a northern industrial town try to raise funds to buy their daughter a communion dress.
76.
Naked (1993)
A man abandons Manchester for his ex-girlfriend and the streets of London.
77.
Into the West (1993) as Production Company
Story about an unsettled widower and his children whose lives are transformed by their attachment to a horse.
78.
Bad Behavior (1993) as Production Company
The story of a married couple with two children, frustrated and perhaps disappointed, in the way their lives have turned out.
79.
No Worries (1993)
Story about a young girl whose family moves to the city after a drought damages country life.
80.
Wild West (1992)
Story about the life and dreams of an Asian country band, The Honky Tonk Cowboys.
81.
Long Day Closes, The (1992)
Autobiographical film based on the director''s happiest years of childhood; a time spent amid the love of his mother, sister and brothers, prior to the struggle he experienced in adapting to a new school.
82.
Electric Moon (1992)
The owners of a hotel in India which deceives gullible tourists into thinking they're in colonial India are forced to change their ways.
83.
Best Intentions, The (1992)
The story of the relationship between Ingmar Bergman's parents from the time they met in 1909 to 1918, the year Bergman was born. Although the period covered was a troubled one, the film focuses on the good intentions his parents had entering the marriage.
84.
Immaculate Conception (1992)
Desperate to conceive a child, a British wildlife conservationist based in Karachi and his Jewish-American spouse, daughter of a powerful US senator, visit a eunuch-run shrine reputed to have a cure for infertility.
85.
Howard's End (1992)
A noblewoman''''s surprising bequest puts three families from different social levels on a collision course.
86.
Long Day Closes, The (1992) as Production Company
Autobiographical film based on the director''s happiest years of childhood; a time spent amid the love of his mother, sister and brothers, prior to the struggle he experienced in adapting to a new school.
87.
Secret Friends (1991)
An amnesiac is haunted by the recurring images of his murderous past and repressed childhood.
88.
Riff Raff (1991)
An unemployed young Scotsman, recently released from prison and newly arrived in London, begins a relationship with a young, unstable woman with desperate ambitions to be a singer.
89.
Close My Eyes (1991)
A well-to-do woman and her younger brother engage in a passionate sexual affair.
90.
Fool, The (1991)
Set in 1857 London, the story of an obscure theater clerk who crosses from one world into another by leading a double life as a carefree aristocrat.
91.
Broken Skin (1991)
Following the disappearance of her father, a daughter charts her grieving mother's progress through crisis and collapse to the reawakening of reason.
92.
Arc, The (1991)
Moving from the late 1960s to 1990, a young man embarks on a spiritual quest which takes him from decaying industrial Baltimore to the heart of the Southwest after he's lost his job and his marriage collapses.
93.
Backsliding (1991)
Set in Australia, an English traveller gets involved with two "born again" Christians, caretakers of a remote gas plant.
94.
Waiting (1991)
A surrogate mother awaits the imminent birth of her child while surrounded by friends and various hangers-on in an isolated farmhouse.
95.
Hear My Song (1991)
Inspired by the life story of American-Irish singer Joseph Locke, whose disappearance in the 1950s led to his identity being assumed by an imposter until Locke resurfaced 20 years later.
96.
Prospero's Books (1991) as Production Company
Set between 1599 and 1611, Prospero, a former Duke of Milan, has been exiled to an island far from Europe. By studying the 24 books he was allowed to take with him, he has transformed the island into a civilized kingdom. But Prospero also has magic powers with which he hopes to wreak revenge on the
97.
Hear My Song (1991) as Production Company
Inspired by the life story of American-Irish singer Joseph Locke, whose disappearance in the 1950s led to his identity being assumed by an imposter until Locke resurfaced 20 years later.
98.
Miracle, The (1991)
The fantasies of a teenage boy turn to obsession in this mysterious story set in a small seaside town outside Dublin.
99.
Highway 61 (1991)
A rock 'n' roller and a barber take to the highways for a roadtrip to deliver a body from Canada to New Orleans.
100.
Arc, The (1991) as Production Company
Moving from the late 1960s to 1990, a young man embarks on a spiritual quest which takes him from decaying industrial Baltimore to the heart of the Southwest after he's lost his job and his marriage collapses.
101.
Pope Must Diet, The (1991)
An unlikely priest finds himself elected Pope through a case of mistaken identity.
102.
Bridge, The (1991)
Set during the summer of Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee, the impressionist artist Philip Wilson Steer, traveling to Suffolk for his annual painting holiday, begins a tragic affair with a genteel woman, which ultimately inspires his reknowned work "The Bridge."
103.
London Kills Me (1991)
In 1990's London underground, a group of homeless teens try to better their situation.
104.
Dakota Road (1991)
Recession and environmental pollution effect a small group of ordinary citizens in a small farming community near a US air base.
105.
Mississippi Masala (1991) as Production Company
Demetrius is a stalwart, self-made man and owner of a carpet-cleaning business. A chance traffic accident introduces him to Mina, a beautiful young Indian woman whose family fled Uganda under the rule of Idi Amin. As Demetrius and Mina begin their secret love affair, each is swept into the other''s exotic world, soon finding themselves at the center of controversy and scandal. Mina''s parents, Jay and his wife Kinnu, are outraged by the relationship and concerned about their daughter''s disregard for the values and traditions of their culture. Demetrius, it seems, fares no better. The Indian community is outraged, his business suffers, the bank wants to repossess his carpet cleaning van and friends whisper that he has crossed the color line. However Demetrius stands steadfast in his belief that a shade of color is all which separates him and Mina.
106.
Young Soul Rebels (1991) as Production Company
Set in 1977, during the week of the Queen's Silver Jubilee, a young black London DJ, who together with his gay partner operates a pirate radio station, becomes implicated in the murder of a mutual friend.
107.
Fool, The (1991) as Production Company
Set in 1857 London, the story of an obscure theater clerk who crosses from one world into another by leading a double life as a carefree aristocrat.
108.
One Man's War (1991) as Production Company
A South American doctor vows revenge when his teenage son is tortured and killed by the military dictatorship.
109.
Backsliding (1991)
Set in Australia, an English traveller gets involved with two "born again" Christians, caretakers of a remote gas plant.
110.
Waiting (1991)
A surrogate mother awaits the imminent birth of her child while surrounded by friends and various hangers-on in an isolated farmhouse.
111.
Blonde Fist (1991)
A working-class mother travels to America to retrieve her long-departed father and works as a boxer to earn enough money to return to Liverpool.
112.
Sam & Me (1991)
A young Indian man finds himself working as a nursemaid for an eccentric Jewish grandfather. They become good friends, despite their age difference and cultural barriers, before family pressures put a permanent end to their relationship.
113.
Secret Friends (1991) as Production Company
An amnesiac is haunted by the recurring images of his murderous past and repressed childhood.
114.
1871 (1990)
A young actress becomes politically aware within the Paris Commune of 1871.
115.
Life Is Sweet (1990)
A tale of everyday survival for several individuals in Margaret Thatcher''''s Britain.
116.
Strike It Rich (1990)
A penniless couple in Monte Carlo win the jackpot.
117.
December Bride (1990)
In turn-of-the-century Ireland, young Sarah goes to work as a housekeeper for two brothers, Hamilton and Frank. Over time, she falls in love with both of them, even bearing children by both. The unusual family shocks the parish and community, but Sarah won't cave in to convention.
118.
Paper Mask (1990)
A hospital worker adopts a dead man's identity and masquerades as a doctor.
119.
Children, The (1990) as Production Company
A middle-aged man's infatuation with a 15 year-old girl jeopardizes his social standing.
120.
Life Is Sweet (1990)
A tale of everyday survival for several individuals in Margaret Thatcher''''s Britain.
121.
December Bride (1990) as Production Company
In turn-of-the-century Ireland, young Sarah goes to work as a housekeeper for two brothers, Hamilton and Frank. Over time, she falls in love with both of them, even bearing children by both. The unusual family shocks the parish and community, but Sarah won't cave in to convention.
122.
Paper Mask (1990) as Production Company
A hospital worker adopts a dead man's identity and masquerades as a doctor.
123.
1000 Pieces of Gold (1990) as Production Company
A young woman, sold into slavery to save her starving family in China, ends up on the market in San Francisco, where her struggle to emancipate herself begins.
124.
1871 (1990) as Production Company
A young actress becomes politically aware within the Paris Commune of 1871.
125.
Journey of Hope (1990)
The tragic tale of an impoverished Turkish family's journey to Switzerland at the hands of illegal immigrant smugglers.
126.
Fools of Fortune (1990) as Production Company
After his family and ancestral home are destroyed by the British Army at the onset of the Irish war of independence, a withdrawn young man bides his time until he can exact revenge.
128.
Duck (1989)
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Speaking Parts (1989)
In the process of trying to get cast in a movie, an actor becomes embroiled in the life of the woman who wrote the script.
130.
Bearskin: An Urban Fairytale (1989)
A man on the run from a couple of hit men escapes from them by becoming a dancing bear.
131.
Resurrected (1989)
Set during the Falklands crisis, a man is pronounced dead after being lost in battle. Months later he turns up apparently suffering from amnesia. Film examines the effect this has on an ordinary family.
132.
Diamond Skulls (1989)
A successful man becomes obssessed with the idea that his beautiful wife is unfaithful to him, leading him to murder and an eventual breakdown.
133.
Arcadia (1989)
134.
Ladder of Swords (1989)
A down-on-their-luck circus act is stranded in a remote town where a series of events unleash bizarre doings.
135.
Kitchen Child, The (1989) as Theatrical Distributor
136.
Making Waves (1989) as Theatrical Distributor
137.
Hangover, The (1989) as Theatrical Distributor
138.
Geh Kinde Geh (1989) as Theatrical Distributor
139.
One Man's Meat (1989) as Theatrical Distributor
140.
Joyriders (1989) as Production Company
The growing relationship of two people who travel through Ireland in a series of stolen cars.
141.
Tree of Hands (1989) as Production Company
Psychological thriller centering on a woman's attempt to cope with her son's tragic death, while her mother arrives on an ill-timed visit with her own remedies.
142.
Femme de Rose Hill, La (1989) as Production Company
143.
Strapless (1989) as Production Company
An American woman living in London becomes involved with a mysterious man from Rome.
144.
Queen of Hearts (1989) as Production Company
Story of an immigrant family's move to a big city.
145.
Smack and Thistle (1989) as Production Company
146.
Resurrected (1989) as Production Company
Set during the Falklands crisis, a man is pronounced dead after being lost in battle. Months later he turns up apparently suffering from amnesia. Film examines the effect this has on an ordinary family.
147.
Bearskin: An Urban Fairytale (1989) as Production Company
A man on the run from a couple of hit men escapes from them by becoming a dancing bear.
148.
Ladder of Swords (1989) as Production Company
A down-on-their-luck circus act is stranded in a remote town where a series of events unleash bizarre doings.
149.
Childeater, The (1989) as Production Company
A little girl's misunderstandings lead her to suspect her uncle eats other little girls for dinner.
150.
Diamond Skulls (1989) as Production Company
A successful man becomes obssessed with the idea that his beautiful wife is unfaithful to him, leading him to murder and an eventual breakdown.
151.
Speaking Parts (1989) as Production Company
In the process of trying to get cast in a movie, an actor becomes embroiled in the life of the woman who wrote the script.
153.
High Hopes (1988)
A satirical look at today''s London through the eyes of yuppies, anti-establishment sixties throw-backs, and the upper class bourgeoisie.
154.
Vroom (1988)
155.
Drowning By Numbers (1988)
Three husbands are drowned by their wives.
156.
We Think the World of You (1988)
A man becomes obsessed with the care of his friend's dog when the friend is imprisoned.
157.
Leave to Remain (1988) as Theatrical Distributor
To stay in England and evade immigration, an Iranian student marries an Englishman. Her desire to become more involved with the exiled Iranian community in London, however, slowly evolves into political commitment.
158.
Road Home, The (1988) as Theatrical Distributor
159.
Stormy Monday (1988) as Production Company
A young Irishman and a sophisticated American woman become romantically involved, and get caught between two powerful business adversaries.
160.
The Deceivers (1988) as Production Company
A British tax collector tries to unmask a murderous Indian cult.
161.
Nature of the Beast, The (1988) as Production Company
A mysterious beast destroys herds of sheep in a small north country British town.
162.
Supergrass, The (1988) as Production Company
163.
Pascali's Island (1988) as Production Company
A thriller set on a Greek island under Turkish occupation during the fall of the Ottoman Empire.
164.
Midnight Breaks (1988) as Production Company
165.
Soursweet (1988) as Production Company
A Hong Kong family struggles to survive after immigrating to a London suburb where they open a cheap restaurant.
166.
High Season (1988) as Production Company
167.
Paris By Night (1988) as Production Company
While at a conference in Paris, a female member of the British Parliament meets up with a figure from her past.
168.
Cei Care Platesc Cu Viata (1988) as Production Company
The editor of a progressive newspaper threatens to expose the Minister of Justice as a murderer, but the discovery of past loyalties and affiliations hampers his resolve.
169.
Business As Usual (1988) as Production Company
170.
Alice (1988) as Production Company
Animated remake of "Alice in Wonderland."
171.
Dressmaker, The (1988) as Production Company
A Liverpool family of women is torn apart when the youngest becomes infatuated with an American soldier during World War II.
172.
Katinka (1988) as Production Company
The passion of a young married woman for a man other than her husband.
173.
Drowning By Numbers (1988) as Production Company
Three husbands are drowned by their wives.
174.
A World Apart (1988) as Production Company
A white girl in South Africa experiences Apartheid through the eyes of her activist mother and black housekeeper.
175.
Empire State (1988) as Production Company
176.
Welcome to Germany (1988) as Production Company
A European director returns to Germany from Hollywood to shoot a World War II story.
177.
High Hopes (1988) as Production Company
A satirical look at today''s London through the eyes of yuppies, anti-establishment sixties throw-backs, and the upper class bourgeoisie.
178.
We Think the World of You (1988) as Production Company
A man becomes obsessed with the care of his friend's dog when the friend is imprisoned.
179.
Hidden City (1988) as Production Company
180.
Sammy and Rosie Get Laid (1987)
The ineffectiveness of the Thatcher administration to recognize and address social inequalities in present day Great Britain, as seen through the lives of a mixed race couple, and the husband's Pakistani father.
181.
Kitchen Toto, The (1987)
Political and racial tensions in 1950's Kenya, as seen through the eyes of a young boy.
183.
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186.
E.P. Sculptor (1987) as Theatrical Distributor
Documentary about British sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi.
187.
Eat the Peach (1987) as Theatrical Distributor
The bleak indsutrial bogs of the Irish midlands sets the backdrop for this community experiencing a deculturalization of itself as it plays host/home for every tradition but its own: American country-western music and movies, a high-tech factory built by the Japanese, and a British security device t
188.
Shadey (1987) as Theatrical Distributor
189.
Eat the Rich (1987) as Production Company
190.
On the Black Hill (1987) as Production Company
Twin brothers, born at the turn of the century, remain rooted for eighty years to their birthplace, a farm called "The Vision" on the border between England and Wales.
191.
Shadey (1987) as Production Company
192.
Born of Fire (1987) as Production Company
193.
Maschenka (1987) as Production Company
194.
Ping Pong (1987) as Production Company
Elaine is a lawyer in London who is given the task of executing the last will and testament of a wealthy Chinese man. It is a complicated job, made more so by the squabbling between the man's heirs over his fortune. One major headache Elaine faces is the fact that the dead man stipulated that he be
195.
Belly Of An Architect, The (1987) as Production Company
An architect''s obsession with his work leads to his destruction.
196.
Genesis (1987) as Production Company
A weaver and a farmer, wanting to control their own lives, settle near a desert and soon share their home with a lovely young girl.
197.
Rita, Sue and Bob Too (1987) as Production Company
198.
Kitchen Toto, The (1987) as Production Company
Political and racial tensions in 1950's Kenya, as seen through the eyes of a young boy.
199.
Wish You Were Here (1987) as Production Company
200.
Prick Up Your Ears (1987) as Production Company
201.
Sammy and Rosie Get Laid (1987) as Production Company
The ineffectiveness of the Thatcher administration to recognize and address social inequalities in present day Great Britain, as seen through the lives of a mixed race couple, and the husband's Pakistani father.
202.
Maurice (1987) as Production Company
A young Englishman struggles to build a life as a gay man.
203.
Month in the Country, A (1987) as Production Company
204.
Eat the Peach (1987) as Production Company
The bleak indsutrial bogs of the Irish midlands sets the backdrop for this community experiencing a deculturalization of itself as it plays host/home for every tradition but its own: American country-western music and movies, a high-tech factory built by the Japanese, and a British security device t
205.
206.
Lamb (1986)
Michael Lamb, a young Christian Brother teaching at a remote and forbidding Remand Home on the Antrim coast, is made responsible for the welfare and discipline of a young 10-year-old boy, Owen, who has been put into the care of the Home by his callous delinquent mother. The repressive indifferent re
207.
Fatherland (1986)
A writer of protest songs is expelled from East Germany to West Germany.
208.
Caravaggio (1986)
209.
Heavenly Pursuits (1986) as Theatrical Distributor
210.
School For Vandals (1986) as Theatrical Distributor
211.
Silent Scream (1986)
The troubled life of writer Larry Winters, who died from a drug overdose in a Glasgow prison in 1977.
212.
Letter to Brezhnev, A (1986) as Production Company
213.
The Sacrifice (1986) as Production Company
Partygoers on a remote island learn that World War III has broken out and they are only hours from destruction.
214.
Hotel du Paradis (1986) as Production Company
215.
Playing Away (1986) as Production Company
To mark the conclusion of their "Third World Week" celebration, a cricket team in a small English village invites a West Indian cricket team from South London to play a charity game.
216.
Fatherland (1986) as Production Company
A writer of protest songs is expelled from East Germany to West Germany.
218.
Comrades (1986) as Production Company
Six British farm laborers are imprisoned in Australia in 1834 for forming an unauthorized union in their native country.
219.
Kind of English, A (1986) as Production Company
220.
No Surrender (1986) as Production Company
An ex-singer, who inherits a Liverpool nightclub with a dubious past, finds himself in for a few surprises come New Year's Eve.
221.
Play Me Something (1986) as Production Company
A group of travelers waiting for a flight are entertained by a storyteller.
222.
Good Father, The (1986) as Production Company
223.
She'll Be Wearing Pink Pyjamas (1985) as Production Company
224.
Wetherby (1985) as Production Company
When a young man, a casual acquaintance of a middle-aged woman, decides to kill himself right before her eyes, the woman is then forced to reexamine her past and becomes occupied by the memory of a man she was once in love with.
225.
Chain, The (1985) as Production Company
Several stories are linked by a series of house moves. As one couple moves out of a home for something bigger and better, another couple moves in, and so it goes all the way up to the lavish mansion owned by a self-made millionaire. When he decides to move back to the working-class area he came from
226.
Zina (1985) as Production Company
227.
No Man's Land (1985) as Production Company
228.
Vagabond (1985) as Production Company
The story of a young woman who took to a life on the open road and is found frozen to death in a ditch is retold by the people or "witnesses" she encountered along her journey.
229.
Dance With A Stranger (1985) as Production Company
The final days of the doomed Ruth Ellis, the final woman to be executed in England.
230.
Christmas Present (1985) as Production Company
231.
Gospel According to Al Green (1984) as Theatrical Distributor
Documentary portrait of gospel preacher and former soul singer Al Green.
232.
Laughterhouse (1984) as Production Company
233.
Sacred Hearts (1984) as Production Company
234.
Meantime (1983)
A young Londoner tries to escape from poverty.
235.
Reflections (1983) as Production Company

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236.
American Roulette (1988) as Distribution Sales (World Sales)
237.
American Roulette (1988) as Production Company

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