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18/07/2020 Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm
20/07/2020 The Luminaries DVD & digital release
27/07/2020 My Brilliant Friend Series 2 DVD & digital release
27/07/2020 Walkabout Limited Edition Blu-ray
31/07/2020 Acorn TV July Highlights
03/08/2020 Echoes of Fear DVD & digital release
10/08/2020 The Secrets She Keeps DVD & digital
30/10/2020 George A Romero's Dawn of the Dead and Martin

Aussie domestic noir thriller The Secrets She Keeps arrives on digital 8 July & DVD 10 August 2020

The cat is out the bag...Brand-new nail-biting drama The Secrets She Keeps is set to have viewers hooked this summer. This six-part small-screen adaptation of Michael Robotham's best-seller follows the lives of two pregnant women in wildly different circumstances, whose meeting may be more than a coincidence.

This 'domestic noir' drama arrives on digital 8 July and DVD 10 August 2020 from Acorn Media International, following its run on BBCOne.

Successful mummy-blogger Meghan (Jessica De Gouw - The Crown, Vienna Blood) meets shelf-stacker Agatha (Laura Carmichael - Downton Abbey, The Spanish Princess) in the supermarket of her affluent Sydney suburb. The pair are both pregnant, bonding over the similar due dates of their babies, but as they grow closer, Agatha becomes more and more obsessed with Meghan's ''perfect'' life. However under the surface, problems with her high-flying TV exec husband Jack (Michael Dorman - Patriot, The Invisible Man) and tension with his best friend Simon (Ryan Corr - Cleverman, Hacksaw Ridge) mean Meghan is keeping plenty of secrets of her own...

Meanwhile, the father of Agatha's child, Hayden (Michael Sheasby - The Luminaries, A Place to Call Home) is away on duty and might not be as excited about the baby as Agatha is, forcing her to confront the question: when the life you want isn't yours, how far will you go to get it?

A fascinating exploration of female friendship, urban class divide, social media, and motherhood, all wrapped up in an edge-of-your-seat thriller, you'll be guessing The Secrets She Keeps until the very end.

'Hugely enjoyable and suspenseful thriller...great script and powerful performances...a terrifying treat'

Sun TV Magazine

'Tense enough to have you shouting at your TV...Oh boy, are you in for a treat'

Refinery29




Coming to Acorn TV this July: Elizabeth is Missing starring Glenda Jackson, Agatha Christie's ABC Murders starring John Malkovich, and more

6 July: AGATHA CHRISTIE'S THE ABC MURDERS

Acting maestro John Malkovich (The New Pope, Being John Malkovich)takes on the iconic role of detective extraordinaire Hercule Poirot in this critically acclaimed BBC Agatha Christie adaptation from renowned writer Sarah Phelps.

13 July: THE SOMMERDAHL MURDERS

This hit scandi-noir police drama follows Dan Sommerdahl (Peter Mygind) and his best friend, detective superintendent Fleming Torp (Andre Babikian) as they investigate complex murders in the Danish coastal town of Helsingor. When Dan's wife Marianne (Laura Drasbaek) has an affair, their personal lives become almost as complicated as the mysteries they're trying to solve.

27 July: STRAIGHT FORWARD

This gritty, dual language (English and Danish) drama, takes us on an adrenaline-fuelled ride across the globe in a tale of revenge, danger and redemption. Danish con-woman Sylvia Petersen (Cecilie Stenspil), has her life turned upside down when her father is murdered in cold blood. Reeling from his death, she plots revenge on crime kingpin Ravn (Mark Mitchinson).

27 JULY: THE RESTAURANT SERIES 1

This award-winning Swedish drama has been lauded as the next Downton Abbey. A sprawling ensemble drama that begins at the end of WWII and runs across two decades, it follows the ever-changing lives of the Lowander family and the renowned restaurant that they run. Starring Suzanne Reuter, Mattias Nordkvist and Adam Lundgren.

31 JULY: ELIZABETH IS MISSING

This critically acclaimed, BAFTA-nominated drama based on Emma Healey's riveting debut novel originally aired on BBC One, and stars the multi-award-winning, legendary actor-turned-politician Glenda Jackson, who returns to the screen in a powerful, thought provoking role. She plays Maude, an 80-year-old grandmother with Alzheimer's who is determined to find her best friend Elizabeth, who has mysteriously disappeared. But dementia threatens to erase all the clues, giving the search a poignant urgency. Also starring Maggie Steed, Sophie Rundle and Mark Stanley.




Rocking new music documentary Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm premieres on BBC Four & BBC Wales on Saturday 18 July 2020

'Just to go from Birmingham to Monmouth was an adventure. You don't understand, we'd never been in a studio, we'd never been on a farm!'

Ozzy Osbourne

'You lived there and you didn't leave the studio until you had your album finished. It's like the Big Brother house, innit, but with tunes'

Liam Gallagher

Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm, the riveting new feature-length music documentary from award-winning Welsh production company ie ie Productions, and director Hannah Berryman (The Brick in the Wall Kids), in her feature debut, produced by Catryn Ramasut (American Interior, Queerama), is set for its World TV Premiere on BBC Four and simultaneously on BBC Wales this July.

Black Sabbath, Queen, The Stone Roses, Oasis, Coldplay, Simple Minds, Robert Plant, Manic Street Preachers are some of the greatest bands and musicians of our time, but what is the one thing these titans of music have in common?

They've all created music at Rockfield, a recording studio on a farm in Wales, run by two farming brothers who had a dream...a dream that led to Rockfield becoming the birthplace of some of the biggest hits ever made. It's where Queen recorded their seminal Bohemian Rhapsody and featured in the Hollywood blockbuster of the same name, but Rockfield's own story has never been told...until now.

Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm features the studio's founders, Kingsley and Charles Ward, recounting how their humble farm became the stuff of legend. They're joined by a cast featuring some of the biggest names in rock history through the ages, from heavy metal and psychedelic rock, punk and new wave, to Madchester, Britpop and beyond. The film takes us to this unlikely inner sanctum of rock n roll history, where songs everybody knows and loves were made, songs such as I Am The Resurrection, Wonderwall, Yellow, If You Tolerate This, to name but a few...




Spine-chilling haunted house horror 'Echoes of Fear' arrives on digital 20 July & DVD 3 August 2020

Creating waves on the US festival circuit and garnering best feature awards galore Echoes of Fear is set to scare the living daylights out of UK audiences as it arrives on digital and DVD this summer from Second Sight Films.

Turning the haunted house genre on its head, this chilling scare-fest, will have you clamouring for a cushion as the horror creeps up to a truly disturbing climax. The supernatural chiller from Brian and Laurence Avenet-Bradley, has garnered huge critical acclaim and arrives on digital formats on 20 July, followed by its DVD release on 3 August 2020.

When her grandfather dies suddenly, Alisa (Trista Robinson - Purgatory Road) inherits his house and moves in to fix it up. But strange things start to happen, first there's weird sounds in the night and then she senses a supernatural presence. Looking for answers Alisa starts to investigate her grandfather's mysterious death, uncovering the horrific truth and shocking events of the past. Will they be the death of her?

'Terrifying...A fresh, new take on the haunted house film'

Nerdly

'Perfectly-timed moments of horror...brilliant cinematography'

Heaven of Horror