Features catalogue

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Molly Manning Walker's How To Have Sex launched at Cannes 2023

This catalogue contains a selection of UK feature productions and co-productions currently screening on the global festival circuit or in the final stages of production.

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Highlights from our 2023 catalogue

In Camera

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In Camera, 2023, directed by Naqqash Khalid

A modern fairy tale. Twenty-something Aden spends most of his time recording self-tapes for parts he never gets. After he is sent out on a series of nightmarish commercial auditions, with rejection upon rejection, he takes it upon himself to find a new part to play.

How To Have Sex

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How To Have Sex, 2023, directed by Molly Manning Walker

Three British teenage girls go on a rites-of-passage holiday - drinking, clubbing and hooking up, in what should be the best summer of their lives.

Kneecap

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Kneecap, 2023, directed by Rich Peppiatt

When fate brings disillusioned music teacher JJ into the orbit of self-confessed ‘low life scum’ Naoise and Liam Og, the sound of Irish music is changed forever. Under the name Kneecap, their band begin moulding the language to fit their tough, anarchic and hedonistic lives. A language encumbered with forty words for stone now has one for stoned... But to get their voices heard the trio must overcome police, paramilitaries and politicians as the future status of the Irish language erupts into the public arena.

Your Fat Friend

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Your Fat Friend, 2023, directed by Jeanie Finlay

Aubrey Gordon writes anonymously as "Your Fat Friend", talking about what it means to be a very fat woman in the world. Her searingly honest writing describes in intimate, humorous and unflinching detail what it’s like to be that fat person on the plane... and how the fantasies, peddled by a diet and wellness industry worth $26 billion a year, are on a par with the lies that Big Tobacco told the public in the 1950s.

Chuck Chuck Baby

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Chuck Chuck Baby, 2023, directed by Janice Pugh

A film of love, loss and music set amongst the falling feathers of a chicken factory.

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