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  • 1066

    It’s the most famous date in British history: but what was it like for the people caught up in the chaos?This innovative blend of historical drama and original source material re-imagines the story of our most decisive year, not from the saddles of kings and conquerors, but through the eyes of the ordinary men who fought on their behalf.

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  • A Harlot's Progress Gallery

    Catapulting the audience into the seedy world of Georgian London, this film investigates eighteenth century vice from the perspective of a young artist striving for documentary integrity.

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  • Forgotten Fallen Gallery

    Bill Paterson, Mark Gatiss, Charlotte Riley and Kenneth Cranham star in Hardy Pictures’ latest medical drama, written by Peter Harness, illuminating one doctor’s pioneering efforts to protect the people of Manchester from the 1918 Spanish influenza pandemic.

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  • Heist Image Gallery

    A crime caper set against an historical backdrop of dodgy priests, conspicuous consumption, summary justice and the fear of eternal damnation, this is Ocean’s 11 in the Middle Ages.

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  • The Relief of Belsen Image Gallery

    April 17th 1945. The Battle for Berlin raged through Northern Germany. But a British Ambulance unit was diverted from the frontline to handle an unfolding medical crisis.

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  • Trafalgar Battle Surgeon Image Gallery

    Set on the Orlop deck of HMS Victory this alternative, below-decks, take on the battle of Trafalgar, starring Roger Daltrey and Francis Magee and featuring a Gulf War veteran as Admiral Nelson.

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  • True Horror

    Confronting the true face of horror – and combining heart stopping narrative drama with expert interviews - True Horror reveals the inspiration behind three of our most thrilling, visceral and iconic monsters: Dracula, Frankenstein and the Werewolf.

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    1066

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