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Release Schedule

26/12/2016 The Young Pope
26/12/2016 The Missing Series Two
09/01/2017 Assault on Precinct 13
09/01/2017 Witness for the Prosecution
08/02/2017 Ealing Music & Film Valentine Festival 2017
20/03/2017 Anne of Green Gables

Brand new BBC adaptation of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution set for home entertainment release 9 January 2017

The major new BBC adaptation of Agatha Christie's The Witness For The Prosecution from renowned screenwriter Sarah Phelps (Great Expectations, The Casual Vacancy, And Then There Were None) is set for a home entertainment release in January 2017 courtesy of RLJ Entertainment's Acorn label, following its premiere on BBC One over the festive season.

Featuring a stellar all-star cast including Toby Jones (Detectorists, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Andrea Riseborough (Bloodline, National Treasure), Kim Cattrall (Sensitive Skin, Sex and the City), David Haig (The Thick Of It, Mo), Billy Howle (The Sense of an Ending, Cider with Rosie), and Monica Dolan (Appropriate Adult, The Casual Vacancy) and adapted from Agatha Christie's short story of the same title, the series reunites the team behind last year's critically acclaimed And Then There Were None.

It's 1920s London and the glamorous heiress Emily French (Kim Cattrall) has been found brutally murdered in her handsome townhouse. A young, handsome chancer, Leonard Vole (Billy Howle) is accused of the crime and it seems like an open and shut case. His penniless solicitor, John Mayhew (Toby Jones), clings to the hope that Leonard's wife Romaine (Andrea Riseborough), an enigmatic chorus girl, will provide the alibi to save his life; but she soon proves to be a far from reliable witness.

As Mayhew starts to connect with Leonard, his need to prove the young man's innocence becomes more than a professional obligation. Betrayed by his wife and with the odds stacked against him, all seems lost for Leonard until a piece of evidence surfaces that could change everything.

This dark and thrilling two-part drama arrives on DVD 9 January 2017, alongside the Two By Christie DVD Box Set of The Witness For The Prosecution and And Then There Were None.

Special Features: Extensive Filmed Cast & Crew Interviews - From Page to Screen - Post-War Fashion - Anatomy of a Murder - Filming on the Front


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'Stylish and star-studded'

TV & Satellite Week

The Young Pope starring Jude Law set to arrive on DVD, Blu-ray and digital 26 December

One of the year's most talked about series The Young Pope featuring Jude Law in one of his finest performances yet, is set for its home entertainment release on 26 December 2016 courtesy of Dazzler Media.

Helmed by Oscar-winning Italian director Paolo Sorrentino (The Great Beauty, This Must Be The Place), The Young Pope has taken the world by storm, with its controversial subject matter, stunning performances, epic sets, dark humour, atmospheric mood and gripping plot.

This outstanding papal series follows the early days of Pope Pius XIII, young American Lenny Belardo (Law - Sherlock Holmes, The Talented Mr Ripley), who has been elected to the highest office in the Catholic church, after a failed plot for power by his mentor. It soon becomes clear that Pope Pius XIII is no ordinary pontiff.

With his outrageous demands and rebellious ways, it's clear that Lenny Belardo won't follow the Vatican's rules. Refusing to bow to their guidance, he employs Sister Mary (Diane Keaton - The Godfather, Annie Hall), the woman who looked after him as an orphan, as his closest advisor and soon the very foundations of the church are threatened.

Also starring James Cromwell (L.A. Confidential, The Green Mile), Silvio Orlando (Il Caimano, Giovanna's Father), Ludivine Sagnier (Swimming Pool, Un Secret), Javier Camara (Talk To Her, Bad Education) and Scott Shepherd (Bridge of Spies, Side Effects), the 10-part series is currently airing on Sky Atlantic and is set to arrive as a four-disc set on both DVD and Blu-ray and on digital on 26 December 2016.

'More than lived up to the hype, the most assured, intriguing, and imaginative debut episode of any drama this year, and possibly since Mad Men'

Daily Mail

'Its power is due to Jude Law's lacerating performance - his young pope is brutally calculating, occasionally almost charming and never less than terrifying'

The Guardian

The Ealing Music & Film Festival returns 8-12 February 2017

The Ealing Music & Film Festival returns in 2017 with a marvellous mix of music and film to entertain and lighten February's dark days. Now in its fifth year our wonderful programme continues to celebrate Ealing's cultural heart and in its aim to support the wealth of creative young artistic talent on our very own doorstep through outreach and scholarships.

The festival is set to take place from 8 - 12 February 2017 in and around central Ealing with events at the University of West London, Church of St Barnabas, The Red Room (formerly The Ealing Club), St Mary's Church and The Collective Old Oak.

There will be an array of outstanding concerts with repertoire ranging across three centuries, from Scarlatti, Haydn and Mozart through Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Brahms and Mahler to a selection of 20th century film music.

The festival continues its eclectic range of music including The Ealing Club presents The Blues Band's Paul Jones and Dave Kelly singing the blues at Ealing Broadway's iconic Red Room, where the seminal Rolling Stones and other notable 60s bands started their careers.

This year's film programme includes a screening of David Cronenberg's Spider (2002) starring Ralph Fiennes, Gabriel Byrne, Miranda Richardson and Lynn Redgrave, in partnership with Classic Cinema Club Ealing, at Ealing Town Hall and we are thrilled to announce our first guided location walk and film screening of historical comedy drama Pride (2014), written by Stephen Beresford and directed by Matthew Warchus, at the 'Island Triangle', North Acton - the UK's most filmed location.

All this and much more can be enjoyed at The Ealing Music & Film Festival.

For more information and the full programme, visit

Newly restored, high definition version of Assault on Precinct 13 gets general Blu-ray release 9 January 2017

Following its release on DVD and limited-edition Blu-ray in November 2016, Assault On Precinct 13 will be getting a standard Blu-ray release in a black case on 9 January 2017.

To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the cult classic that helped catapult director John Carpenter (Halloween, Escape From New York), into the mainstream Second Sight is delighted to announce the release of a newly restored high definition version from a 1080p transfer. The Blu-ray is packed full of brand new special features including the early John Carpenter student short Captain Voyeur and the documentary Do You Remember Laurie Zimmer.

An LA gang's revenge-fuelled killing spree leads them to a half-abandoned police station in the throes of closing down. Under siege with power and phone lines cut, lone cop Ethan Bishop (Austin Stoker - Battle for the Planet of the Apes), and his skeleton staff, including two secretaries (Laurie Zimmer - A Dirty Story and Nancy Loomis - Halloween), recruit a condemned killer from the cells in a desperate battle to survive the night. As the gang close in the tension escalates to boiling point in this brutal and unrelenting cult classic.

Special features: Newly restored from High Definition 1080p transfer - DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 and Uncompressed PCM original mono audio options - Return to Precinct 13: A new interview with actor Austin Stoker - Producing Precinct 13: A new interview with executive producer Joseph Kaufman - Filmmaking with John: A new interview with art director and sound effects editor Tommy Lee Wallace - 'Captain Voyeur': John Carpenter student short (Blu-ray exclusive) - Do You Remember Laurie Zimmer documentary (Blu-ray exclusive) - Interview with John Carpenter and Austin Stoker - The Sassy One with Actor Nancy Loomis - Audio Commentary with John Carpenter - Audio Commentary with Tommy Lee Wallace - Trailer - Radio Spots - English subtitles for the hard of hearing

'One of the most effective exploitation movies...sheer delight from beginning to end'

Time Out

'One of the ultimate siege movies'