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The Hippopotamus

The Hippopotamus

The Hippopotamus, is an adaptation of the novel by Stephen Fry. The Hippopotamus is currently shooting in and around London, UK. The film is directed by John Jencks and the script was adapted by Tom Hodgson and Blanche McIntyre. Other cast include Matthew Modine, Tim McInnerny and Fiona Shaw. The plot follows a disgraced poet and […]

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Jack to a King

Jack to a King, is the remarkable story of a group of life long fans who band together, with courage and determination to reclaim their club from the brink of extinction. United against an owner who’s first task is to sack the six best players, they risk everything to get Swansea City a shot at […]

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Little Black Book

  A woman snoops through her boyfriend’s palm pilot and reveals his former girlfriends, which causes her to question why they’re still listed in his little black book. Official website Little Black Book at the Internet Movie Database Little Black Book at AllRovi Little Black Book at Box Office Mojo Little Black Book at Rotten […]

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It’s a Boy Girl Thing

It’s A Boy Girl Thing is a 2006 romantic comedy film directed by Nick Hurran and written by Geoff Deane, starring Samaire Armstrong and Kevin Zegers and set in the United States but produced in the United Kingdom. The producers of the film are David Furnish, Steve Hamilton Shaw of Rocket Pictures and Martin F. Katz […]

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Plots with a View, (Undertaking Betty – USA)

In a small town in Wales, Betty (Brenda Blethyn) is married to philandering town councillor Hugh Rhys-Jones (Robert Pugh) and has to care for his obnoxious and demanding mother. When the latter chokes to death on a bowl of breakfast bran, she comes into contact with local funeral director Boris Plotz (Alfred Molina) who has […]

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Girls Night

Girls’ Night

Dawn and Jackie, two workers in an electronics factory, have been best friends since childhood and share practically everything. So it is no surprise to anybody when Dawn shares her big bingo win with Jackie. Eventually Dawn discovers the results of her tests and knows for sure that she has terminal cancer. Dawn has always […]

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A group of homosexual people try to live with dignity and self-respect while events build to the opening battle in the major gay rights movement.

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The Portrait

The Portrait is a 2014 Bafta award wining short film produced with funding from the BFI Shorts 2012. A one year scheme to support emerging UK filmmakers. The film examines a complex dilemma within three generations of one family. At the centre is Laura Burrell, played by Juliet Stevenson.  When Laura’s daughter Eva (Charlotte Ritchie), a young art […]

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Room to Rent

Room To Rent is a bittersweet comedy about Ali, a young Egyptian screenwriter determined to succeed in London where he’s been a student. He loves the artistic and political freedom, the colours, the music, and the individualism. But Britain isn’t an easy place for a foreigner to break through and nobody takes his efforts seriously. […]

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