Starring Joe Cole, Vithaya Pansringarm, Nicolas Shake, Billy Moore, Panya Yimmumphai, Somlock Kamsing, Pornchanok Mabklang, Sura Sirmalai, Sakda Niamhom and Komsan Polsan. Directed by Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire.
The true story of Billy Moore, a troubled young British boxer sent to one of Thailand's most notorious jails. Refusing to die inside prison, Billy becomes a student of the lethal art of Muay Thai Boxing, and in the process, finds a brotherhood that will guide him on an incredible journey to redemption.
Starring Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, Keith Carradine, Emma Bell, Duncan Duff, Jodhi May, Joanna Bacon, Benjamin Wainwright, Catherine Bailey and Annette Badland. Directed by Terence Davies.
Born into privilege in 1803, Emily Dickinson spent most of her life on her parents’ estate in Armherst, Massachusetts. In her youth, the introverted Emily is depicted as a fiercely intelligent young woman who exchanges forthright opinions on life and art – and, more particularly, on the place of women in a deeply patriarchal society.
Emily becomes more and more reclusive as the years pass, gradually withdrawing from society. In her cloistered existence she is consumed by poetry, but the lack of recognition – fewer than a dozen of her nearly 1800 poems were published in her lifetime – and her frustrations regarding gender inequality and creative integrity make for an ever more vociferous dissention...
Starring Timothy Spall, Phyllis Logan, Natalie Mitson, Ben Ewing, Patricia Panther, Js Duffy and Saskia Ashdown. Directed by Gillies Mackinnon.
After his wife passes away, an old man with his free local bus pass travels to the other end of the UK to where they originally moved sing only local buses, on a nostalgic trip but also carrying his wife’s ashes in a small suitcase, "taking her back" - and in doing so meets local people, and by the end of his trip becomes a celebrity.