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30/09/2017 Inspector George Gently Series Eight and Complete 1 - 8 Box Set
07/08/2017 Forever Pure
24/07/2017 Electric Dreams Blu-ray
24/07/2017 Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
17/07/2017 Love on a Branch Line The Complete Series
17/07/2017 Dries
17/07/2017 Dreamscape DVD and Blu-ray
10/07/2017 Dunkirk
10/07/2017 Loaded
10/07/2017 Marriage Italian Style

Hilarious new Channel 4 sitcom Loaded gets DVD release 10 July

Four life-long friends sell their start-up and become multi-millionaires overnight, but their troubles have only just begun, in Loaded, the hilarious, timely sitcom from Channel 4 which arrives on DVD on 10 July 2017, thanks to Acorn Media International.

Meet Josh, Leon, Ewan and Watto. They started Idyl Hands Games, the team behind inane app, Cat Factory and they've just sold the company to US investors for a cool 300 million. They might have grown up in each other's pockets, but now those pockets are lined with gold and suddenly their loyalties are being tested and the cracks are beginning to show... On top of that, instead of life getting easier, it's become a whole lot harder as the boys discover that suddenly they have bosses they have to report to, including the ruthless Vice President for Acquisitions, Casey (Mary McCormack - The West Wing), who's permanently on their case.

Josh Connors (Jim Howick - Horrible Histories) is the moral compass of the group. Riddled with insecurities, his decisions are mostly driven from a deep sense of worry and anxiety. He's tortured by the windfall and desperate to win back his ex-girlfriend Abi. But will it drive a wedge between the friends?

Leon Harper (Samuel Anderson - Doctor Who), is the smooth talking, cocky business development director, who secured the deal and is always game to party. But will his charm manage to keep the new American bosses sweet?

Mark 'Watto' Watson (Nick Helm - Uncle) is the creative one, an artist, musician and only recently sober after years of drug and alcohol use. He created the game's artwork during his "mushroom period" but now his only addiction is buying things... and trying to form the band of his dreams.

Ewan Fox (Jonny Sweet - Babylon) is the Director of the Coding Team and keeps the Cat Factory servers ticking over. But living with a bucket load of self-doubt, will the money bring a new found confidence - and are the others ready for their beta-pal to become the alpha male?

Loaded is a hugely entertaining look at male friendship, ambition, wealth and what happens when you sell your soul to the devil.

'Sharply written and appealingly performed'

The Guardian

'Very funny...Every character is perfectly cast'


Classic BBC sitcom Love on a Branch Line starring Leslie Phillips hits DVD 17 July 2017

Classic BBC sitcom, Love on a Branch Line based on John Hadfield's best-selling book, arrives on DVD courtesy of Second Sight.

This hugely entertaining, quintessentially British comedy follows the trials and tribulations of respectable, if somewhat boring civil servant Jasper Pye.

Desperate for a radical change and some excitement in his life, his chance arises when he is tasked with dismantling an old government research unit in the country. He soon finds himself seduced by life in the idyllic village in East Anglia and is beguiled by the charms of local eccentric Lord Flamborough and his three beautiful daughters.

Starring Michael Maloney (Notes on a Scandal), Maria Aitken (A Fish Called Wanda) and inimitable comedy favourite Leslie Phillips, this classic slice of comedy is set for release on DVD, on-demand and download as Love on a Branch Line The Complete Series on 17 July 2017.

Get on board for Love on a Branch Line.

Fascinating fashion documentary Dries available on DVD & on-demand 17 July 2017

Described by the New York Times as "one of fashion's most cerebral designers", Dries Van Noten is an awe-inspiring, enduring fashion designer whose career has spanned more than 25-years and whose creativity is limitless.

Now for the first time ever the inspirational Belgian fashion designer has granted a filmmaker unlimited access behind the scenes to follow his creative process and his fulfilling home life in Dries, a new feature length documentary that arrives on DVD and on demand on 17 July 2017 courtesy of Dogwoof.

For an entire year Reiner Holzemer documented the precise steps that Dries takes to conceive of four collections, the rich fabrics, embroidery and prints exclusive to his designs. As well as the emblematic fashion shows that bring his collections to the world and have become cult 'must sees' at Paris Fashion Week.

This fascinating intimate portrait offers an insight into the life, mind and creative heart of a master fashion designer who, for more than 25 years, has remained independent in a landscape of fashion consolidation and globalization.

'His vivid imagination knows no bounds...resulting in collections that are kaleidoscopic in their references'

The Telegraph

Eye-opening music documentary Liberation Day hits iTunes 3 July 2017

When North Korea invited the first foreign rock group ever to perform there, for its 70th Anniversary Liberation Day celebrations, who do you think they chose, was it The Rolling Stones; U2; Pink Floyd maybe? No to the surprise on the whole world they chose Slovenian art-rock group Laibach.

Now in a mind-boggling, eye-opening new feature documentary, Liberation Day, from Norwegian director Morten Traavik and Latvian director Ugis Olte we get to experience what happens when cult band Laibach, from former Yugoslavia, become the first rock group ever to perform in the fortress state of North Korea. The film is set for available exclusively on iTunes from 3 July 2017 thanks to Dogwoof.

Hailing from the then Yugoslavian town Trbovlje, and founded in 1980, the death year of the country's founding father Tito, Laibach rose to fame as Yugoslavia steered towards self-destruction, and are still the most internationally acclaimed band to have come out of the former Communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe. Making songs in their own inimitable, industrial style with cover versions ranging from The Stones' Sympathy for the Devil, to Europe's The Final Countdown, via Opus's Live is Life to songs from The Sound of Music, self-defined engineers of human souls, Laibach can make you think, dance and march to the same music.

Liberation Day sees the band confronting strict ideology and cultural differences, as they struggle to get their songs through the needle's eye of censorship before they can be unleashed on an audience never before exposed to alternative rock 'n' roll. Meanwhile, propaganda loudspeakers are being set up at the border between the two Koreas and a countdown to war is announced.

The hills are alive... with the sound of music.

'Extraordinary...The strangest North Korean tale yet'

The Guardian

'Funny, thoughtful, knowingly absurd'