Features catalogue

Two young women laughing looking out of a car window

Nadia Fall's debut feature Brides - new in 2024

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 2024 catalogue

Bring Them Down

a young man with bloodied face leans out of a farm truck while another older man watches

Bring Them Down, directed by Christopher Andrews

Michael, the last son of a shepherding family lives with his ailing father, Ray. Burdened by a terrible secret, Michael has isolated himself from the world. When a conflict with rival farmer Gary and his son Jack escalates, Michael is drawn into a devastating chain of events, forcing him to confront the horrors of his past and leaving both families permanently altered.

Dreamers

Two black women lying in between two beds smile at each other

Dreamers, the debut from Joy Gharoro-Akpojotor completes in 2024

A love story and escape movie set in an immigration removal centre. A woman named Isio is caught working without papers. Relocated and trapped inside Hatchworth Removal Centre, she learns that finding love, friendship and freedom sometimes means doing the wrong things.

Sister Midnight

A young woman with a bandaged nose holds her hair off her face and stares at the camera

Sister Midnight, directed by Karan Kandhari

A Mumbai-set twisted love story - part fantastical punk comedy, feminist revenge film, and revamped vampire movie rolled into one. An original, funny and macabre tale centred on a rebellious, misanthropic character introduces the trials and tribulations of Uma – a young, newly-married woman – who discovers the realities of married life in a Bombay slum, and whose thirst for vengeance will not be abated.

Super/Man: The Christopher Reeve Story

A man sits in a wheelchair

Super/Man: The Christopher Reeve Story, directed by Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui

Never-before-seen home movies and extraordinary personal archives reveal how Christopher Reeve went from unknown actor to iconic movie star as the ultimate screen superhero. He learned the true meaning of heroism as an activist after suffering a tragic accident that left him quadriplegic and dependent on a ventilator to breathe.

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