This new page is designed to showcase filmmaking talent from the UK and Ireland and has been specially curated with the help of Creative England, Film London, Creative Scotland, Film Cymru Wales, Archant, The Irish Film Board and Northern Ireland Screen.
The collection boasts a diverse flavor of the regions; from Shane Meadow’s Manc-centric music doc ‘The Stone Roses: Made of Stone’ to Florian Habicht’s love letter to Sheffield, ‘Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets’.
Other available films include the Michael Winterbottom comedy 'A Cock and Bull Story', Hong Khaou’s touching drama ‘Lilting’ and Jon S. Baird’s raunchy adaptation of author Irvine Welsh’s novel ‘Filth’. Penny Woolcock's 'One Mile Away' which received funding through Creative England's Advantage Media Production Fund (AMPF) also features in the collection.
Creative England’s Production Services team provided support to a selection of films on the line up, including crewing on ‘The Stone Roses: Made of Stone’ in Manchester, locations for ‘One Mile Away’ in the Birmingham area, crew and location support on ‘The Selfish Giant’ in Bradford and regional crewing for 'Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets' in Sheffield.
With Curzon Home Cinema, viewers can pay to watch individual movies on-demand at a time that suits their schedule. Where possible, content is uploaded onto the site on the same day as its cinema release, allowing you to watch the latest releases as soon as possible.
For more information on the films featured in The British Isles Collection, visit the Curzon Home Cinema website.