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The Tunnel

HARD-HITTING, award-winning drama The Tunnel, from the makers of Broadchurch, returns for a gripping third series The Tunnel Vengeance. It arrives on DVD alongside The Tunnel: Series One – Three DVD Box Set courtesy of Acorn Media International, following its run on Sky Atlantic. This emotionally-charged, critically acclaimed thriller reunites Stephen Dillane in his Emmy award-winning role as Karl Roebuck with Clémence Poésy as Elise Wassermann, in a compelling and deeply disturbing drama, that has had viewers hooked from the very beginning. The dynamic pair have faced murders, kidnapping and personal tragedies together across the channel divide, and join forces for another dark, enthralling case. The Tunnel: Vengeance is set in a post-Brexit Europe where the English and French teams come together once more in an emotionally charged finale. When a stolen fishing boat is found adrift and on fire in the English channel, Karl and Elise believe the missing cargo consisted of trafficked migrant children. As a disenfranchised and toxic duo enact a terrifying endgame, Elise is shocked to the core by a miscarriage of justice from her past.




The Holly Kane Experiment

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 debut on 12 February 2018. 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.




Ealing Music & Film Valentine Festival

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). All this and more can be enjoyed at Ealing Music & Film Festival 2018. As before, the Festival has been organised by the independent Charitable Trust of the same name, specially set up by a group of local residents, and it is being supported by more than 20 local organisations and businesses and the University of West London. Julian Gallant, Festival Artistic Director said: “I’m so proud to be part of the Ealing Music and Film Festival 2018. Once again we are packing a superb series of events - film, classical music, rock, youth, community -  into just five days. Don’t miss Suburban Steps to Rockland, an original exposé of the The Who and others in their early careers. Ealing’s cultural life has no limits and a vital future” Patrick Chapman, Chairman of the Trust, said:  "We are now in our sixth year; each year the Festival is attracting a wider audience and is therefore able to help more local young artists. We are indebted to our local sponsors and audiences who help us achieve this.” For more information, the full programme and tickets for all events please visit www.ealingmusicandfilmfestival.org Notes to editors Ealing Music and Film Festival is funded and organised by an independent Charitable Trust founded by local residents and supported by local business and community organisations.




I Am Heath Ledger

From his breathtaking performance in Brokeback Mountain to his unforgettable and career defining turn as The Joker in The Dark Knight, Heath Ledger proved his talent on the screen but who was the man behind the legend? From the producers of acclaimed documentary Facing Ali, comes I Am Heath Ledger, a captivating, compelling portrait of a unique man - an Oscar winner who transcended the silver screen. The film arrives in the UK for the first time on DVD, Blu-ray and Digital on 22 January 2018 courtesy of Dazzler Media.




The Battle of Algiers Dual Format

CultFilms is delighted to announce the hugely anticipated release of the newly restored 4K version of The Battle of Algiers, Gillo Pontecorvo's multi award-winning masterpiece of political cinema, which arrives for the first time on UK Blu-ray. Winner of the Golden Lion at the 1966 Venice Film Festival and nominated for three Oscars (Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Foreign Picture), The Battle of Algiers is a tour de force of world cinema and features a haunting score from maestro Ennio Morricone. It arrives as a stunning luxury collector's set featuring a host of fascinating special features and a booklet and on both Blu-ray and DVD formats in one set, on 15 January 2018. It will be available on VOD platforms on the same date. The restored 4K version of the film recently premiered at Barbican.




Love, Lies & Records

PENNED BY BAFTA-winning writer Kay Mellor (The Syndicate, Fat Friends) comes a brand-new, riveting, poignant drama Love, Lies & Records starring Ashley Jensen and Rebecca Front. Following its run on BBC One it is set for release on DVD, courtesy of Acorn Media International. It's births, deaths and marriages in this entertaining new series set around a Leeds registry office. The series features a stellar cast including Ashley Jensen (Catastrophe, Extras), Rebecca Front (The Thick of It, Humans), Adrian Bower (Teachers, The Last Kingdom), Kenny Doughty (Vera, Stella) and Mark Stanley (Dark River, Dickensian). Love, Lies & Records arrives on DVD on 26 December 2017.




Detectorists Complete Series 3 & Series 1-3 Boxset

Can you dig it? Mackenzie Crook and Toby Jones return for more comedy gold in a brand-new series of the award-winning Detectorists. Following its broadcast on BBC Four Detectorists Series Three arrives on DVD alongside the box set release of Detectorists Complete Series One to Three including Christmas Special on 18 December courtesy of Acorn Media International.




Medici: Masters Of Florence Season One

HOLLYWOOD GIANT Dustin Hoffman returns to our screens alongside Game of Thrones favourite Richard Madden in the scintillating, epic, historical drama Medici: Masters of Florence, about Italy's most powerful and influential family and banking dynasty. Following its run on Netflix, Medici: Masters of Florence Season One arrives on DVD courtesy of Acorn Media. The House of Medici, one of the most powerful Florentine families and bankers to the pope, are in turmoil. After head of the Bank of Medici, Giovanni (Hoffman), is mysteriously poisoned, his son Cosimo (Madden) must take control. Harbouring the dangerous secret that his father was murdered, Cosimo must fight to protect all his family has worked so hard to attain. As head of the Signoria, with attacks coming from all sides and war looming, he needs to decide whether to side with the nobility, as Giovanni would have done, or to step out from his father's shadow. Full of intrigue and suspense, Medici: Masters of Florence follows the twists and turns through war, plague and even exile as the family attempts to hold on to power. This binge-worthy series arrives on DVD as a two-disc set, complete with a host of special features. Scoring an impressive 88% on Rotten Tomatoes Medici: Masters of Florence is a thrilling tale of money, sex and power.



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