A bittersweet, surprisingly funny drama about the pressures of family, marriage and old rivalries, from the creators of BBC Comedy series Outnumbered.
What We Did On Our Holiday is a must-see British film about Doug (David Tennant) and Abi (Rosamund Pike), an unhappy couple travelling to the Scottish Highlands with their
Playboy Frank Clayton neglects the fragile strands of his relationship with his family – until he’s convinced that he has just a year to live. Frank Clayton works for a sex toy company, has a sex addiction and sees his teenage son every other weekend. With the best intentions in
MUNCHIES, VICE’s online food channel, announces the new series The Politics of Food today, the latest in franchise in VICE’s expanding arsenal of shows and formats.
The Politics of Food is a long-form investigative series looking at politics and policy through a culinary lens to capture the controversial issues that transpire during the journey
The timely and powerful, critically-acclaimed documentary THE SUPREME PRICE about women and the pro-democracy movement in Nigeria, will have its European Premiere on the Anniversary of Nigeria’s independence at the Raindance Film Festival 2014. Directed and Produced by award-winning filmmaker Joanna Lipper (Growing Up Fast, Little Fugitive, Inside Out: Portraits
When Peckham teenager Yemi meets his long-lost Nigerian brother Iku for the first time, his estranged sibling’s African heritage and unimpressive fashion sense soon start to endanger Yemi’s street cred, particularly when trying to impress local troublemaking temptress Armani.
Adolescent angst and cultural tensions erupt in this razor-sharp comedy from a