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Release Schedule

22/02/2018 The Tunnel
19/02/2018 The Colour of Pomegranates
12/02/2018 The Holly Kane Experiment
12/02/2018 Girlfriends
07/02/2018 Ealing Music & Film Valentine Festival
05/02/2018 Delicious
22/01/2018 I Am Heath Ledger
15/01/2018 The Battle of Algiers Dual Format
26/12/2017 Love, Lies & Records
18/12/2017 Detectorists Complete Series 3 & Series 1-3 Boxset

Delicious series 2 DVD and series 1 and 2 box set arrive on 5 February 2018

Following the hugely popular first series, Sky One serves up a second season of Delicious, one of its most successful series, bringing the perfect pairing of Dawn French and Emilia Fox back to our screens. It's set to arrive on DVD on 5 February 2018, alongside Delicious Series 1 and 2 Box Set, courtesy of Acorn Media International.

We return to the tranquil, stunning setting of the Cornwall coastline and The Penrose hotel run by Gina (Dawn French), the ex-wife of the recently deceased head chef Leo Vincent (Iain Glen), and his widow Sam (Emilia Fox). Their shaky friendship has endured and with business booming it's time to take on a new chef.

But there's trouble brewing and the delicate balance comes under threat, not least when Gina's estranged father (Franco Nero - Camelot) arrives out of the blue. And there's more surprises from the past too, while the added impact of Leo's legacy puts a further strain on their fragile bond. Can the pair really ever be true friends and business partners?

The stellar cast including Sheila Hancock, Tanya Reynolds, Ruairi O'Connor all make a welcome return and Aaron Anthony joins the cast as the new recruit at The Penrose.

Make a reservation with this darkly Delicious drama.




The Colour of Pomegranates Limited Blu-ray Box Set arrives on 19 February 2018

Sergei Parajanov's celebrated masterwork The Colour Of Pomegranates paints an astonishing portrait of the 18th century Armenian poet Sayat Nova, the 'King of Song' and now arrives on Blu-ray for the first time, presented in a stunning new restoration by Martin Scorsese's Film Foundation World Cinema Project and Cineteca di Bologna/L'Immagine Ritrovata laboratory, in association with the National Cinema Centre of Armenia and Gosfilmofond of Russia.

One of cinema's most revered and beautiful films this masterpiece is not a conventional biography but a cinematic expression of Sayat Nova's work, resulting in an extraordinary visual poem. Key moments in his subject's life are illustrated through a series of exquisitely orchestrated tableaux filled with rich colour and stunning iconography, each scene a celluloid painting alive with stylised movement.

Marking 50 years since the start of production, this cinematic masterpiece arrives as The Colour Of Pomegranates Limited Edition Box Set, a luxury two-disc collector's set on Blu-ray complete with a 112-page perfect-bound book, a host of brand new special features, archive material, short film, documentaries and both the Armenian and Russian versions of the film. It arrives on 19 February 2018.

SPECIAL FEATURES FOR LIMITED EDITION:

Disc 1

- The Film Foundation's World Cinema Project restoration of The Armenian Version ('Parajanov's Cut')

- The Russian Version ('Yutkevich's Cut') prepared using The Film Foundation's restored material

- Optional annotated commentary on The Armenian Version by James Steffen, author of 'The Cinema of Sergei Parajanov' and advisor on the new restoration

- Optional audio commentary on The Russian Version by Levon Abrahamyan

Disc 2

- New 2K restoration of Sergei Parajanov's short film 'Kiev Frescoes' with optional annotated commentary by Daniel Bird

- 'Poetry, Pomegranates and Parajanov: A new appreciation' by Daniel Bird

- 'Pomegranates Rediscovered': Cecilia Cenciarelli of Bologna Cineteca on the multi-national effort to save 'The Colour of Pomegranates'

- 'Free Parajanov!' Tony Rayns on the campaign to free Parajanov

- 'The World is a Window: The Making of the Colour of Pomegranates'

- 'Memories About Sayat Nova: Levon Grigoryan's 2006 documentary featuring extracts from the rushes

- 'Parajanov: A Requiem'

- 114-page limited edition book featuring Martin Scorsese introduction, archive material, new writings, costume designs, storyboards and original literary script.

'Remarkably beautiful and inspiring'

Empire




Ealing Music & Film Festival returns on 7-11 February 2018

The acclaimed Ealing Music & Film Festival is set to celebrate its sixth successive year in 2018 with a wonderful mix of music from a wide range of genres and film to entertain and enliven a cold, dark February. The eclectic programme celebrates Ealing's cultural heart and the Festival also supports the wealth of creative talent on its doorstep, through outreach and scholarships.

The Festival takes place from 7-11 February 2018 with both free and paid for events taking place across the Borough at venues including the University of West London, Church of St Barnabas, The Red Room (formerly The Ealing Club) and St Mary's Church. Also due to popular demand, the walking location tour of the Island Triangle, the most filmed area in Britain, returns for its second outing on Saturday 10 February.

There will be an array of outstanding concerts with classical performances including the works of Debussy (celebrating the year of the centenary of his death), Janacek, Chausson, Verdi, Delius, Dvorak and Strauss. Continuing the eclectic mix, performances will include the music of Gershwin, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Leonard Cohen and Paul Simon.

The diverse music programme continues with a selection of blues, Southern fried soul, soul rock and funk, at Ealing's seminal venue The Ealing Club, now known as The Red Room from Northsyde and Mack featuring Tommy Hare and the renowned singer Robert Hokum, presented in partnership with The Ealing Club CIC and Ealing Eclectic on Thursday 8 February.

We are delighted to announce that we'll be hosting the West London Premiere of the brand new film Suburban Steps to Rockland: the story of the Ealing Club directed by Giorgio Guernier, with a Q & A, on Friday 9 February at Weston Hall, University of West London.

The Ealing Music & Film Festival launches on Wednesday 7 February with a free lunchtime recital from renowned pianist Emilie Capulet celebrating the music of Debussy, at St Mary's Church. In the evening there will be a free screening of a selection of locally produced short films taking place at Weston Hall, University of West London.

On Thursday 8 February at 7.30pm the Tippett Quartet, with violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen and pianist Julian Gallant perform music by Janacek, Debussy and Chausson at Weston Hall, University of West London, followed by the Friday 9 February performance from the Ealing Youth Orchestra, conducted by Leon Gee with Akito Goto on cello, who perform music by Dvorak and Strauss at 7.30pm in St Barnabas Church.

Saturday 10 February brings the hugely anticipated performance by Ealing Symphony Orchestra with conductor John Gibbons and baritone Keel Watson, who perform music by Verdi and Delius alongside Gershwin's Porgy and Bess (concert suite), 7.30pm at St Barnabas Church.

The final day of the Festival Sunday 11 February sees The Love2sing Choir, conducted by Elizabeth Lusty perform songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Leonard Cohen, Paul Simon and many more, at Weston Hall, University of West London. At 5pm the London College of Music, Junior College student concert takes place at Weston Hall, University of West London and includes Junior Samba Ensemble, Junior Jazz Ensemble and Oliver Sabbagha (piano solo).

For more information, the full programme and tickets for all events please visit www.ealingmusicandfilmfestival.org




The Holly Kane Experiment UK digital debut on 12 February 2018

Enter the mind of Holly Kane and the dangerously dark world of power and manipulation, in the gripping psychological thriller The Holly Kane Experiment, which is set for its UK digital debut on 12 February 2018, following its London premiere on 6 February 2018 and a limited theatrical release.

Penned by father-son duo, writer-director team Mick Sands (Three Acts) and Tom Sands (Backtrack) and starring Kirsty Averton (Our Girl) and Nicky Henson (Vera Drake), comes a thrilling intelligent drama that explores the murky depths of mind control and delves into one woman's battle for sanity in the face of extreme psychological pressure.

Driven by fear of insanity, experimental psychologist Holly Kane (Averton), is researching mind control techniques in a quest to control her unconscious thoughts. While experimenting with drug-fuelled subliminal programming two very different men enter her life.

Holly is swept off her feet by Dennis Macintyre (James Rose), a handsome 35-year-old who seems to be impulsive and vulnerable, but what is he hiding?

Then there's the mysterious Marvin Greenslade (Henson), a celebrated 73-year-old psychologist who seems to have the power and influence to give her career a much-needed boost, with the promise of facilitating the clinical trials that will legitimise Holly's experiments. But can Marvin be trusted?

Descending into paranoia and madness, can Holly discover the truth about what is happening to her before it's too late?

Experiment with this mind bending, conspiracy-fuelled thriller.