With an impressive ensemble cast including Billy Crudup (Watchmen), Graham Rogers
(Quantico), Liana Liberato (The Best of Me), Stefanie Scott (Wreck-It Ralph) and Tim
Roth (The Hateful Eight), Life at These Speeds is an inspiring, emotional, and heart-warming drama about love, loss and the power of our happiest memories to sustain us in the worst of times.
Fiction / 1 x 105-minutes / USA
In the cutthroat world of pro soccer, a club lives and dies by the stars on its under-21
team. They are the future of any franchise, but most will never make it. 21 Thunder is
the story of the Montreal Thunder U21 team, on and off the field.
Fiction / 8 x one hour / Canada
Being anti-social is simply a way of life for siblings Dee and Marcus in this coming-of-age crime thriller inspired by London’s real-life smash-and-grab gangs, the crime wave that has exploded across the capital, and the New Bond Street diamond robbery - audacious heists carried out by a new generation of young organised criminals.
Fiction / 1 x 116-minutes / UK
Taking audiences on a wild ride, this emotional and humorous documentary from filmmaker Andrea Marini follows the evolution of New York artist Joey Skaggs, a fierce proponent of independent thinking and an early critic of media irresponsibility.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 85-minutes / USA
Producer/director Jon Brewer captures, for the first time, the incredible story of one of rock’s original super-groups, Bad Company, creators of a powerful true rock sound and spirit that imprinted upon the 1970s and continues to sell out stadium tours worldwide.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 85-minutes / UK & USA
Bad Rap follows the lives and careers of four Asian-American rappers trying to break into a world that often treats them as outsiders. Sharing dynamic live performance footage and revealing interviews, these artists make the most skeptical critics into believers.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 82-minutes / USA
A loving tribute to a man who contributed to the landscape of music with a unique style imitated to this day, as told by those who knew him best: his crew, friends and many band members as they symbolically travel from Nashville across America's deep South in B.B. King's tour bus.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 90-minutes
From Emperor Media Ltd. and acclaimed producer/director Jon Brewer, with exclusive voice over contributions from David Bowie, this feature documentary is an unprecedented celebration of the life and works of guitar virtuoso Mick Ronson – a rock hero virtually unknown despite his direct contribution and involvement in countless compositions, lyrics and recordings that changed the face of music forever.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 104-minutes / UK & USA
When a mysterious virus kills everyone over 21 in the idyllic town of Pretty Lake, a government quarantine leaves its remaining inhabitants to fend for themselves in this compelling thriller.
Fiction / Season 1: 6 x one hour, Season 2: 6 x one hour / Canada
Featuring original music by Justin Timberlake, The Descendants meets Silver Linings Playbook in The Book of Love, an emotional, funny and life-affirming story of how a widower’s life is given new meaning thanks to a friendship with a most unusual young drifter.
Fiction / 1 x 109-minutes / USA
At 140 million years old, Borneo’s rainforest is one of the oldest rainforests in the world. Take a look at all the remarkable flora and fauna of Borneo in unprecedented sharpness and colourful 4K Ultra HD.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 50-minutes / Borneo
In the idyllic town of St Denis in rural France, Chef de Police, pillar of the community and eligible bachelor Bruno Courreges cooks, builds his own house, grows his own food… and catches criminals, in these engaging new crime dramas based on Martin Walker’s bestselling novels.
Fiction / The New Crime Movie Franchise / France/Germany
Producer/director Jon Brewer presents this extensive series of fully authorised and seminal documentaries honouring rock music’s greatest legends, featuring globally renowned bands and artists such as Cream, The Moody Blues, Yes, Jethro Tull, Jimi Hendrix, Crosby, Stills & Nash and Jim Morrison.
Non-Fiction / SEASON 1: 1 x 113-minutes, 1 x 153-minutes, 1 x 205-minutes,.. / UK & USA
Following its 7th consecutive sell-out last year, the UK’s No.1 dance festival Creamfields returns this summer, and with a 4th day added, has officially become the world’s biggest electronic music festival!
Non-Fiction / 1 x 90-minutes (Also available: livestream of 32 hours split..
Sundance's World Premiere Cries from Syria incorporates gripping firsthand accounts from activists, child protesters, and a former army general who joined the uprising.
Acclaimed director Evgeny Afineevsky has created a powerful and immediate depiction of the recent and current situation in Syria.
This compelling documentary bears witness to the resiliency of the people in the wake of their exposure to unthinkable crimes against humanity.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 112-minutes / USA/Syria/Czech Republic
Cruel and Unusual has been eight years in the making. But that’s nothing compared to the 43 years that Albert Woodfox spent in a 6 foot by 9 foot cell for a crime he did not commit.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 102-minutes / USA & UK
Ricky Cooper (Barry Watson, Samantha Who?) had the perfect life. A former professional baseball player, he was married to Isabella, the love of his life. Ricky’s world comes crashing down when Isabella passes away leaving him to raise three daughters alone.
Fiction / 10 x one hour / Canada
Law student and all round good guy Harper (Tye Sheridan, Mud, X-Men: Apocalypse) suspects his stepdad Vincent (Stephen Moyer, True Blood, Priest) of causing the car crash that landed his mother in a coma.
Fiction / 1 x 97-minutes / UK
As they work the silver mines of Montana, the ambitious Connolly brothers dream of riches and adventure. Seduced by rumours of a greater prize far to the north, they embark on a dangerous journey to the heart of the Yukon in this epic tale of greed, love, betrayal... and gold.
Fiction / Season 1: 4 x one hour; Season 2: 4 x one hour / Ireland
From the producer (John Giwa-Amu) and director (Caradog James) of The Machine, and starring Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica, Oculus, Riddick) comes this psychologically terrifying urban legend that will have you clinging to the edge of your seat.
Fiction / 1 x 93-minutes / UK
How to live when you're going to die. The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson confronts our worst nightmares of impending death and turns them upside down.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 91-minutes / UK
Executive produced by Academy Award® winner Alex Gibney, this is the remarkable story of Elián González, a five-year-old Cuban boy plucked from the Florida Straits, and how the fight for his future changed the course of US–Cuban relations.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 110-minutes / Northern Ireland & USA
Co-produced by Woodcut Media and The Development Partnership, lifelong football fan Alfie Allen (Game of Thrones) uncovers a century’s worth of stories, moments and characters in this intimate and engaging documentary, as he searches for football’s roots and, at the same time, the seeds of contemporary Britain.
Non-Fiction / 2 x one hour / UK
Using hard-hitting investigative journalism to delve into the world of the scam artist, this awareness-raising TV series addresses the global problem of fraud.
Non-Fiction / 26 x half hours / UK
The 70s cult classic Heartworn Highways intimately explores the roots of outlaw country music, offering a rare insight into the lives of the musicians who set the bar for those who came after.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 92-minutes / USA
Award-winning film and television production company Banger Films (Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey, Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage) presents Hip-Hop Evolution. Critically acclaimed MC and journalist Shad Kabango sets out to uncover the foundations of hip-hop music.
Non-Fiction / 4 x one hour / Canada
Over five years in production, director Martin Stalker’s film examines age-old questions about the existence of the Devil and the debate over good versus evil, through the life of controversial Irish-born Jesuit priest, Father Malachi Martin.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 96-minutes / Ireland/UK
Joy Division tells the story of Thomas, an ex-member of the Hitler Youth and ex-Soviet spy, living life anonymously in Central America and haunted by memories of his troubled past - his lost love, his instinct for survival and his relentless quest for individual freedom
Fiction / 1 x 100-minutes / UK
In 1970s London, a 14-year-old boy is introduced to The Clash by his estranged mother and it changes his life forever.
Fiction / 1 x 92-minutes / UK
Lost in France, an exhilarating new documentary, explores the rise of this Glaswegian music scene, revisiting a defining, chaotic trip to France in the musicians’ early careers.
Non-Fiction / 1 x 97-minutes / Ireland/UK