Drawing on his own experience Steve McQueen tells the story of a Black boy victimized by the British racist educational system designed to weed out minority students.
The true story of London Bobbie Leroy Logan who as the first Black recruit fought against the racism of the London Metropolitan Police establishment.
Shut out of white clubs, West Indians stage their own house party where Martha, sneaking out of her house, meets Franklyn for a night of dancing.
The racism of the London police trigger an uprising of London’s West Indian Community when the cops continually raid their beloved Mangrove Cafe.
French Canadian filmmaker writer-director François Girard, who gave us the exquisite The Red Violin in 1998, gives us another film in which a violin is important. Instead of transpiring over several centuries, this film spans the years from Hitler’s invasion of Poland to the night of a concert in 1951 to the 80s when a …
In this account of the 1862 balloon flight that set a world altitude record for many decades, one of the areonauts is depicted as a woman.
An elderly scammer thinks he has an easy mark in a widow until they take a trip together to Berlin where she reveals a traumatic connection between them dating back to WW 2.
During Christmas time a selfish London woman with a transplanted heart falls in love with a mysterious man and is changed for the better.
Depicts the last year of Judy’s life when she sang in London, interspersed by flashbacks to her youth under the dictatorship of the head of MGM.
In this sequel Mary Poppins returns to London to take charge of a 2nd generation of the Banks family while their father & aunt try to save the family home.