Your search by 'United Kingdom' identified 13 films
ENDS THURSDAY 2/2/2017.
Yossi, a charismatic kosher butcher, loses his job. When he cannot find work at other kosher establishments, he decides to pretend to be Muslim in order to get work at a halal butcher shop.
A Thai ice factory serves as the backdrop for a hypnotic experience in monochrome.
Set against the breathtaking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, this awe-inspiring documentary follows 13-year-old Aisholopan as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to hunt eagles, a tradition that has been handed down from father to son for centuries.
Imagine spending 50 years of your life with someone—only to one day find that they no longer know who you are.
An enchanting tale about a lonely young man named Hugo, who was born with uniquely long fingers.
Graced with humor and heart, legendary English director Ken Loach’s gripping social-realist tale about a widowed woodworker fighting the system to preserve his dignity—and that of a struggling single mother he meets along the way—won the Palme d’Or at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Through the sacred art of animation, the filmmaker has a series of conversations exploring the inner mind, the fabric of the universe and the nature of reality itself with Mr. Madila, a gifted spiritual healer.
Young love in an urban setting complements Mura Masa’s heartwarming ballad.
The longing of missed connections pulls at the heartstrings in NAO’s video.
Scottish director Ben Sharrock offers a look, comedic and touching by turns, at two young lovers struggling to find privacy and consummate their relationship. But in sleepy Basque country, they’re beleaguered by the economic hardships Europe is facing.
Inspired by true events from Vanessa Kentworth’s life, this is the story of a woman who confounded ideas of what was appropriate or expected and got involved in science in Victorian England.
Otherworldly entities of the forest defy gravity in this visually lush video.