Autumn Winter 2017

Dramas

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Goodbye Christopher Robin (Fox)
Brimstone (Thunderbird)
Borg vs McEnroe (Curzon Artificial Eye)
Maze (Lionsgate)
Victoria & Abdul (Universal)
Wind River (STX)
Detroit (eOne)
Patti Cake$ (Fox)
Dunkirk (Warner Bros)

DRAMAS

Latest Releases

Yesterday and today provide the backdrops for new dramas from the UK and the US this autumn and beyond, with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars appearing alongside some of the hottest new names of today.

The Mountain Between Us (Fox)

Stranded after a tragic plane crash, two strangers must forge a connection to survive the extreme elements of a remote snow covered mountain. When they realise help is not coming they embark on a terrifying journey across hundreds of miles of wilderness, pushing one another’s endurance and igniting an unexpected attraction.

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The Glass Castle (Lionsgate)

Oscar® winner Brie Larson brings Jeannette Walls’s best-selling memoir to life as a young woman who, influenced by the joyfully wild nature of her deeply dysfunctional father (Woody Harrelson), found the fiery determination to carve out a successful life on her own terms.

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Loving Vincent (Altitude)

A stunning, fully painted animated feature, “Loving Vincent” explores the life and controversial death of Vincent Van Gogh, told by his paintings and by the characters that inhabit them. The intrigue unfolds through interviews with the characters closest to Vincent and through dramatic reconstructions of the events leading up to his death. Starring Douglas Booth, Jerome Flynn, Chris O’Dowd, Oscar-nominee Saoirse Ronan, Aidan Turner, Helen McCrory, Eleanor Tomlinson and John Sessions.

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Marshall (Sony)

Long before he sat on the United States Supreme Court Thurgood Marshall (Chadwick Boseman) was a young rabble-rousing attorney for the NAACP. “Marshall” is the true story of his greatest challenge in those early days, a fight he fought alongside attorney Sam Friedman (Josh Gad), a young lawyer with no experience in criminal law: the case of black chauffeur Joseph Spell (Sterling K. Brown), accused by his white employer, Eleanor Strubing (Kate Hudson), of sexual assault and attempted murder.

See it in cinemas from October 20th

Brawl In Cell Block 99 (Munro)

A former boxer named Bradley (Vince Vaughn) loses his job as an auto mechanic, and his troubled marriage is about to expire. At this crossroads in his life, he feels that he has no better option than to work for an old buddy as a drug courier. This vocation improves his situation until the terrible day that he finds himself in a gunfight between a group of police officers and his own ruthless allies. When the smoke clears, Bradley is badly hurt and thrown in prison, where his enemies force him to commit acts of violence that turn the place into a savage battleground.

See it in cinemas from October 20th

Call Me By Your Name (Sony)

Italy, summer 1983: Erlo (Timothée Chalamet) is a precocious 17- year-old American-Italian boy, innocent and uninformed about matters of the heart. Oliver (Armie Hammer)is a charming American scholar tasked with helping Elio’s father. Amid the sun-drenched splendor of the setting, Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer that will alter their lives forever.

See it in cinemas from October 27th

Base (Vertigo)

JC (Alexander Polli) is a B.A.S.E. Jumper, a global playboy who lives his life quite literally on the edge, pursuing man's greatest dream - to fly. When a jump goes wrong, that dream is violently shattered. Haunted by the event, JC is drawn to his best friend’s lover, Ash (Julie Dray), as he pushes himself harder than ever before - flying lower, closer, faster and recording every moment on film. Soon JC's dark descent threatens not only his own life but the lives of all those around him...

See it in cinemas from October 27th

Breathe (STX)

Andy Serkis makes his directorial debut with “Breathe”, the inspirational true story of Robin Cavendish (Andrew Garfield), who has his whole life ahead of him when he is paralysed by polio whilst in Africa. Against all advice, Robin’s wife Diana (Claire Foy) brings him home from hospital, where her devotion and witty determination transcends his disability. Together they refuse to be imprisoned by his suffering, dazzling others with their humour, courage and lust for life.

See it in cinemas from October 27th

Thank You For Your Service (eOne)

A group of U.S. soldiers return from Iraq and struggle to integrate back into family and civilian life, while living with the memory of a war that threatens to destroy them long after they’ve left the battlefield. The cast includes Miles Teller, Haley Bennett, Joe Cole, Amy Schumer, Beulah Koale, Scott Haze, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Brad Beyer, Omar J. Dorsey and Jayson Warner Smith.

See it in cinemas from November 10th

A Caribbean Dream (Verve)

“A Caribbean Dream” is a unique and entertaining re-imagination of one of Shakespeare's most beloved comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
 Set in modern day Barbados, Theseus and Hippolyta are returning Nationals. This traditional tale takes a twist with the creation of new characters where Mechanicals are re-imagined as Fishermen, and Bottom as a Black Belly Sheep, along with Birdman and a Changeling Boy. Chaos and madness unfolds at night, exploring Caribbean folklore and culture.

See it in cinemas from November 10th

Only The Brave (Lionsgate)

“Only The Brave” is the heroic, true-life story of one of the most elite fire-fighting teams in the US, a unique brotherhood that comes into focus when they take on one fateful fire. Starring Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, James Badge Dale, Taylor Kitsch and Jennifer Connelly.

See it in cinemas from November 10th

Professor Marston & the Wonder Women (Sony)

This is the incredible true story of what inspired Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston to create the iconic Wonder Woman character in the 1940s. While Marston's feminist superhero was criticized by censors for her 'sexual perversity', he was keeping a secret that could have destroyed him: Marston’s muses for the Wonder Woman character were two empowered women who defied convention, his wife and their shared lover. Starring Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, Bella Heathcote, and Connie Britton

See it in cinemas from November 10th

The Killing of a Sacred Deer (Curzon Artificial Eye)

An eminent surgeon lives a happy and healthy life with his wife and their two children, but when he befriends and introduces a fatherless teenage boy to his family their world is gradually thrown into turmoil. Starring Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman.

See it in cinemas from November 17th

Films Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool (Lionsgate)

Based on the astonishing and moving true-life story of former Oscar winning 1950s Hollywood star Goria Grahan (Annette Bening) who, in 1979, struck up an unlikely romance with an aspiring young actor from Liverpool (played by Jamie Bell). Directed by Paul McGuigan and co-starring , Julie Walters, Kenneth Cranham & Vanessa Redgrave.

See it in cinemas from November 17th

Battle of the Sexes (Fox)

1973: women’s world number one tennis player Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) is challenged by ex-men’s-champion Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) to a tennis match. Together, Billie and Bobby served up a cultural spectacle that resonated far beyond the tennis court, sparking discussions in bedrooms and boardrooms that continue to reverberate today.

See it in cinemas from November 24th

Beach Rats (Peccadillo)

In the multiple award-winning “Beach Rats” Frankie is a Brooklyn teenager full of competing desires. Whilst embarking on a relationship with a young woman he also begins to hook up with guys at a nearby cruising beach, hurtling towards irreparable consequences.

See it in cinemas from November 24th

Wonder (Lionsgate)

Born with facial differences that previously prevented him from going to a mainstream school, young Auggie Pullman becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enrols in the fifth grade of his local school as his parents (Julia Roberts & Owen Wilson), his new classmates and the larger community all struggle to find their compassion and acceptance.

See it in cinemas from December 1st

Roman J. Israel, Esq. (Sony)

“Roman J. Israel, Esq.” is a dramatic thriller set in the underbelly of the overburdened Los Angeles criminal court system. Denzel Washington stars as a driven, idealistic defense attorney whose life is upended when a turbulent series of events challenge the activism that has defined his career. Colin Farrell co-stars as the ambitious, monied lawyer who recruits Roman to his firm.

See it in cinemas from December 1st

Stronger (Lionsgsate)

The inspiring true story of Jeff Bauman (Jake Gyllenhaal), an ordinary man who captured the hearts of his city and the world to become the symbol of hope following the infamous 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Jake who was at the marathon to try and win back his ex-girlfriend Erin (Tatiana Maslany). Waiting for her at the finish line when the blast occurs, he loses both his legs in the attack. After regaining consciousness in the hospital, Jeff is able to help law enforcement identify one of the bombers, but his own battle has just begun...

See it in cinemas from December 8th

Brigsby Bear (Sony)

The show "Brigsby Bear Adventures" is a children's television program produced for an audience of one: James Pope. When the series abruptly ends, Pope's life changes forever as he sets out to finish the storyline himself. To do that, he must learn how to cope with the realities of a new world that he knows nothing about.

See it in cinemas from December 8th

All The Money In The World (Sony)

From director Ridley Scott and based on a shocking true story, “All The Money In The World” follows the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother Gail (Michelle Williams) to convince his billionaire grandfather (Kevin Spacey) to pay the ransom. When Getty Sr. refuses, Gail attempts to sway him as her son’s captors become increasingly volatile and brutal. With her son’s life in the balance, Gail and Getty’s advisor (Mark Wahlberg) become unlikely allies in the race against time that ultimately reveals the true and lasting value of love over money.

See it in cinemas from January 5th

The Current War (Entertainment Films)

Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Thomas Edison and Michael Shannon as George Westinghouse, “The Current War” is the epic story of the cutthroat competition between the greatest inventors of the industrial age over whose electrical system would power the new century. Directed by Alfonso Gomez‐Rejon (“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl”) and written by playwright Michael Mitnick (“Sex Lives of our Parents”), the film also stars Katherine Waterston, Nicholas Hoult, Tom Holland, Matthew Macfadyen, and Tuppence Middleton.

See it in cinemas from January 5th

Darkest Hour (Universal)

A thrilling and inspiring true story begins on the eve of World War II as, within days of becoming Prime Minister of Great Britain, Winston Churchill (Gary Oldman) must face one of his most turbulent and defining trials: exploring a negotiated peace treaty with Nazi Germany, or standing firm to fight for the ideals, liberty and freedom of a nation. As the unstoppable Nazi forces roll across Western Europe and the threat of invasion is imminent, and with an unprepared public, a skeptical King, and his own party plotting against him, Churchill must withstand his darkest hour, rally a nation, and attempt to change the course of world history.

See it in cinemas from January 12th