Don’t Eat The Baby
Release TBC

More info coming soon.

Release TBC

More info coming soon.

Hear Me Roar

“Hear Me Roar” tells the rise of Nicola Adams, undefeated WBO champion and double Olympic gold medallist. Overcoming personal struggles, she ended up becoming the first woman to hold the Commonwealth, European, World, and Olympic boxing titles.

Directed by Helena Coan


The film chronicles the young David Bowie’s first visit to the US in 1971 – a trip that inspired the invention of his iconic alter ego Ziggy Stardust.

International Sales Agent: Film Constellation

U.S. Distributor: IFC Films

U.K. Distributor: Vertigo Films

Director: Gabriel Range

Writer: Christopher Bell and Gabriel Range

Cast: Johnny Flyn, Marc Maron, Jena Malone

Made with the support of Telefilm Canada


An intimate and personal portrait of wartime leader Winston Churchill, set in the final few days preceding D-Day, in June 1944.

International Sales Agent: Embankment Films

U.K. Distributor: Lions Gate Films

U.S. Distributor: Cohen Media

Director: Jonathan Teplitzky

Writer: Alex Von Tunzelmann

Cast: Brian Cox, Miranda Richardson, James Purefoy, Ella Purnell, John Slattery

Developed with the support of the BFI

Made with the support of Creative Scotland

My Name is Lenny

A brutal and uncompromising study of Britain’s most feared bare-knuckle fighter, Lenny Mclean, also known as “The Guv’nor”. Set in 1978, the film charts his three fight rivalry with boxer Roy Shaw.

International Sales Agent: Embankment Films

U.K. Distributor: Lions Gate Films

Director: Ron Scalpello

Writer: Paul Van Carter & Martin Askew

Cast: Josh Helman, Sir John Hurt, Chanel Cresswell, Michael Bisping


Lek & The Dogs

Acclaimed arthouse director Andrew Kotting’s adaptation of Hattie Naylor’s play, that tells the true story of a young boy who ran away from home to live with a pack of wild dogs on the streets of 1990’s Moscow – relocated in Kotting’s film to the desert of Northern Chile, South America.

Distributor: Home Artist Film

Director: Andrew Kotting

Writer: based on the play by Hattie Naylor

Made with the support of the BFI Film Fund


Shemira (Short)

Myer – a survivor of humanity’s greatest crime – spends one final night alongside his beloved, Leah. After more than six decades since Leah became his wife, death has separated them. The story takes place across one night during the ritual of Shemira, the important Jewish tradition of guarding a body from death to burial.

Director: Adam Wells