The reliably robust market for inspirational tales of World War II derring-do is efficiently targeted by generic action adventure "Age of Heroes."
Five years after helming urban Brit hit "Kidulthood," Menhaj Huda returns with "Everywhere & Nowhere," exploring what it means to be young and Asian in contempo London.
Seven years after his bigscreen debut in Shane Meadows' "Dead Man's Shoes," Toby Kebbell steps into his first leading role in low-budget London-set conspiracy thriller "The Veteran."
Pic should connect with indulgent young target auds locally, especially on ancillary, but internationally, the answer to its characters' oft-posed refrain "Ya get me?" will mostly be "No."
Joe Cornish emerges as an exciting new writer-helmer with this enormously appealing debut feature.
Herman Melville's "Moby-Dick" gets a landlocked remix courtesy of ill-conceived action-adventure "Age of the Dragons."
A strong writing-helming feature debut for Brit thesp Paddy Considine.
Veteran British commercials helmers Karl Howman and Ethem Cetintas work through their own paternal anxieties in their self-funded debut feature, "Fathers of Girls."
Kristin Scott Thomas continues her parallel career in French-language cinema with intense kidnap drama "In Your Hands."
Producer-director Danny O'Connor has done the label's fans a service not only by securing access to all the principals, but also by exhaustively including many of Creation's lesser acts.
The world-beating West Indies cricket team that emerged in the mid-1970s reps the subject of the unashamedly celebratory docu "Fire in Babylon."