Arthur's Hallowed Ground
Arthur's Hallowed Ground

For almost half a century, grounds man Arthur Chapman has dreamed of creating a cricket ground by which all others could be judged. Ignoring his imminent retirement, Arthur steadfastly resists all those who conspire to jeopardize his life’s work.

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The Frog Prince
The Frog Prince

Paris 1960, Jenny, a young English girl, arrives to study French. Initially overwhelmed by the new surroundings, she and her girlfriends become swept away by the air of glamour and decadence of the city. Although her friends are ready to take Paris by storm, Jenny feels that she is looking for something different and so decides to embark on a passionate love affair.

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Robin Of Sherwood
Robin Of Sherwood

The story of Robin Hood is a universal and much-loved legend told in a completely fresh and innovative way, combining action and adventure with sorcery and mysticism. Brought to the screen in 26 episodes, this major series follows the adventures of Robin, as he leads his Merry Men on the relentless struggle against the corrupt and greedy landowners. Robin is part of the forest in which he lives, inextricably linked to the laws of nature, but he is forced by destiny to take a desperate stand against the escalating injustices and the evil Sheriff of Nottingham.

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Winter Flight

A romance, both bitter and sweet. Mal, a shy air force recruit newly arrived at his airbase is teased and bullied by his fellow airmen. Rescued by Angie the barmaid, Mal embarks on his first real romance and when Angie becomes pregnant, Mal is confirmed as one of the boys. But, is he really the father? When Angie is rushed to hospital, Mal abandons his post to be with her.

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Another Country
Another Country

Inspired by the life of one of Britain’s most notorious traitors Guy Burgess, Another Country, is set in a public school in the 1930s. It depicts a rigid system of privilege, hypocrisy and repression as maintained by the English upper classes of the time. When refusal to conform ends in public humiliation for deeply idealistic, Guy, the enemy within is born. Cannes Film Festival: Best Artistic Contribution, 3 BAFTA Nominations including Best Screenplay

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Dance with a Stranger
Dance with a Stranger

The stormy and obsessive love affair between racing driver David Blakely and Ruth Ellis, a glamorous night club hostess and the last woman in Britain to be hanged. When violent quarrels destroy Ruth’s livelihood and threaten her sanity, she is unable to accept the mental torture Blakely has inflicted and forces him to pay the ultimate price.

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Sharma and Beyond

An ironic tale of an aspiring young science fiction writer, Stephen woos Natasha, daughter of a successful novelist, hoping to find favour with her father. In the course of this unusual love triangle, Stephen learns an unexpected lesson about using people and discovers some surprising feelings for Natasha.

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Cal
Cal

The story of a working class boy from war-torn Northern Ireland, whose life is scarred by a struggle he has no wish to join. His relationship with an older woman provides salvation but her tragic past proves to be a dangerous legacy. Best Actress - Cannes Film Festival

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Dream One
Dream One

Seven-year-old Nemo falls asleep in a Manhattan skyscraper and wakes in another dimension. Surrounded by characters from his storybooks, in a land where the snow is blue and the sand bursts into flames, Nemo miraculously becomes a young man and falls in love with a beautiful princess.

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Forever Young
Forever Young

A film about broken dreams, remembered betrayal and the loss of innocence. Childhood friends, a priest and a teacher meet by chance 20 years later. The friends are delighted to see each other but when Jimmy recalls how Michael stole his girlfriend, old rivalries begin to surface and old wounds reopen.

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The Ploughman's Lunch
The Ploughman's Lunch

Reporter James Penfield makes his money rearranging the facts, a talent he ruthlessly exploits in his friendships and love affairs. A political drama, set against the turbulent backdrop of the Falkland’s crisis, the film takes a wry look at the government’s attempt to justify an unnecessary war.

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Treasure Island

Intrigue, comedy, adventure, unforgettable characters and exotic settings... Treasure Island has always stirred the hearts of child and adult, and this spectacular production transforms Robert Louis Stevenson’s immortal tale of treasure and treachery into the brightest, bounciest musical yet.

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Local Hero
Local Hero

When Texan oil developers try to buy up a small Scottish fishing village for their North Sea oil base, the canny residents give the Americans more than they bargained for. BAFTA - Best Direction

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Red Monarch
Red Monarch

In a Russia where fear has become the everyday currency, Stalin and Beria are the double acts to end them all. With the Kremlin as their stage and the Politburo as their stooges, Stalin signs death warrants while Beria chases women. United by their Georgian heritage and moral depravity, they trust each other only as much as they have to. A humorous look at Stalin, dictator and family man.

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Fanny Hill
Fanny Hill

The erotic and sensual story of a young country girl unwittingly forced into prostitution. Throwing herself, body and soul, into her new work, Fanny derives enormous pleasure from her newfound ability to please, but still longs for her first innocent love and to be a lady.

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