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Adapted from the 1928 stage play of the same name, Journey's End is set in 1918, towards the end of World War One. There is a stalemate in the trenches of Northern France and, as their Captain Stanhope becomes increasingly disturbed, the men of C-company distract themselves with memories of their earlier lives.
Paul Thomas Anderson directs Daniel Day-Lewis in his final acting role in gothic romance Phantom Thread. Set in 1950s London, a high-end dressmaker's life begins to unravel when a new strong-willed woman enters it. Elsewhere, documentary Makala follows young farmer Kabwita in rural Congo as he attempts to provide for his family in this unflinching portrayal of one man's extraordinary efforts in daily life.
Set in 1950s London, a high-end dressmaker’s ordered life is thrown into disorder after he begins an intense relationship.
Age group16+ years
A series of films looking at representations of World War One throughout cinema, from life in the trenches to those left at home.
No. of films15
A collection of some of the most important documentary films from throughout cinema history.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films34
Made by 15-year-olds Brandon and Danielle, 'Agatha' is a polished and darkly complex tale of family, homelessness, mental health and abuse.
Viewing time 6 mins
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