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Traitors Series One

Returning to TV screens following runaway hit 'The Bodyguard', Keeley Hawes stars in the highly anticipated spy thriller Traitors, which after its run on Channel 4, arrives on DVD on 1 April 2019 from Acorn Media International. Set in 1945, this epic drama follows a young woman played by Emma Appleton who is thrust into the dark and dangerous world of double agents.

Created and written by Boardwalk Empire scribe Bash Doran in her first original commission for British TV, and starring a stellar line-up including Luke Treadaway (Ordeal by Innocence, Fortitude) Stephen Campbell Moore (The Last Post, The Child in Time) and Matt Lauria (Kingdom, Parenthood), this enthralling series begins after the Second World War as Britain, America and Russia are all vying for a new world order.



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Babylon Berlin Series One & Two

THE CRITICALLY acclaimed, multi award winning hit German period drama Babylon Berlin follows a young police inspector uncovering a tangled web of corruption amongst the political, social and sexual extremes of the Weimar Republic. Making waves at home and internationally after its run on Sky Atlantic, and with its third series due later this year, Babylon Berlin Series One & Two Box Set is set to arrive on DVD courtesy of Acorn Media International.

The lavish $40m series follows Gereon Rath, an ex-soldier from Cologne transferred to Berlin in 1929 to investigate one of Berlin's biggest pornography rings, together with stenotypist Charlotte Ritter and his partner Bruno Wolter. Rath is forced into an existential conflict, torn between loyalty and uncovering the truth as an even greater conspiracy unfolds: Soviet rebels confronting the rise of National Socialism. Berlin's police headquarters increasingly become the melting pot of a democracy whose days are numbered.



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Next of Kin

Lauded by Quentin Tarantino in the documentary Not Quite Hollywood, Australian creep-fest Next of Kin is set for its first UK Blu-ray release courtesy of Second Sight. It will also be available on download and on-demand. Directed by Tony Williams this 1982 Ozploitation classic stars Wolf Creek's John Jarratt alongside Jackie Kerin and Robert Ratti and gets the high-def treatment complete with extensive special features including director and cast commentaries, Not Quite Hollywood extended interview and commentary from its director Mark Hartley, interviews from the documentary and two short films from Tony Williams. The film is set for release on 25 March 2019.



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The Miracle

FROM THE makers of hit drama The Young Pope comes Sky Italia original series The Miracle. Visionary, award winning writer Niccolo Ammaniti (The Crossroads, As God Commands) pens this intense and intriguing tale of politics, mob violence, and the awesome power of belief. After its acclaimed run on Sky Atlantic, The Miracle is set to arrive on DVD and digital courtesy of Acorn Media International.

A fearsome mafia boss, a naive young Prime Minister, a priest who has lost his path, an ill security general, and a haematologist with an ailing mother - these people from disparate walks of life are tied together by something inexplicable: a miracle.

During a raid on a mafia base in an abandoned army swimming pool, a statue of the Virgin Mary is discovered in a pool of blood - not from any violence, but wept from her stone eyes. There is no answer to the mystery, but it has the power to change all of their lives forever.



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A Place to Call Home Series Six and The Complete Collection Boxset

THE HUGELY popular, multi-award-winning Australian drama A Place to Call Home blends 'A-grade period drama' (The Guardian) with 'pointed social critique' (New York Times), and is set to return for its sixth and final series. Following its run on BBC One, A Place to Call Home Series Six arrives on DVD, alongside A Place to Call Home: The Complete Collection a bumper DVD box set featuring all six series.

This critically acclaimed, sweeping romantic drama is set in 1950s rural Australia, and follows the lives of Nurse Sarah Adams and the Blighs, a wealthy and complicated Pastoralist family living in Inverness, New South Wales where love, death and secrets are never far below the surface. Marta Dusseldorp (Jack Irish) leads the cast as Sarah Adams, a woman with a mysterious past who has returned to Australia after 20 years abroad.



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World on a Wire Limited Edition Blu-ray

Rainer Werner Fassbinder's dystopian sci-fi epic World on a Wire was way ahead of its time, with fascinating themes that would later be explored in films such as The Matrix. Now this hugely influential classic arrives as a stunningly restored Limited Edition Blu-ray Box Set from Second Sight on 18 February 2019.



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Ealing Music & Film Festival 2019

Returning for its seventh successive year in February 2019, the acclaimed Ealing Music & Film Festival will again celebrate Ealing's cultural heritage with a delightful array of music from classical to blues alongside an eclectic film line up, to entertain and enrich audiences.

The Festival will take place from 13th - 17th February 2019 with both free and paid for events happening across Ealing at venues including the University of West London, St Barnabas Church, The Brentham Club, St Mary's Church and The MetFilm School.

There will be a range of outstanding concerts and film screenings, covering all genres. Music will vary from Jazz and Soul to the Classics, modern and traditional - films will include Quadrophenia alongside current student productions. Ealing Music & Film Festival launches at lunchtime on Wednesday 13th February with a free concert at St Mary's Church, South Ealing performed by renowned pianist Emilie Capulet and The Household Guards' Wind Quintet, to include Poulenc's vibrant Sextet. In the evening we present a free screening of films by the talented students of UWL and MetFilm School.



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The Boys in the Band

Groundbreaking queer cinema classic The Boys In The Band was one of director William Friedkin's earliest works, and a hugely controversial film on its original 1970 release, dividing the gay community in the US and beyond. Now, years after it became notable not just for featuring an all-gay cast but as being the first mainstream movie to use the C word, making its UK Blu-ray debut courtesy of Second Sight on 11 February 2019.

Based on the seminal Broadway hit of the same name, playwright Mart Crowley adapted his own play for the big screen, creating a script full of acerbic speeches and cutting one liners for his cast of unforgettable characters. The original stage cast including Kenneth Nelson, Peter White and Leonard Frey all starred in the film, one that Friedkin rates as "one of the few films I've made that I can still watch".



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