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In cinemas Friday 16th November 2012! The Pool is the story of Venkatesh, a "bus boy" working at a hotel in Panjim, Goa, who sees from his perch in a mango tree a luxuriant garden and shimmering pool hidden behind a wall. In making whatever efforts he can to better himself, Venkatesh offers his services to the wealthy owner of the home. Not content to simply dream about a different life, Venkatesh is inquisitive about the home's inhabitants-indeed about the world around him-and his curiosity changes the shape of his future. Remarkably cogent and affecting, this is inspired storytelling distinctive for its ability to transmit a complete viewpoint in just a phrase or brief conversation. In the same vein as his latest documentary, Smith's creative acumen focuses on the gulf between the rich and poor, sharing its insights, observations, poignancy, and truth in a deceptively simple narrative. Working in Hindi with young actors and in a country obviously not his own, Smith has nevertheless created a superbly incisive portrait that will move and delight you. Reviews – **** - Total Film **** - Daily Express **** - MovieScope ‘Wow, a bona fide charmer’ – Little White Lies. Watch now on Distrify:


When beautician Clara Calhoun (Jane Randolph) and her crooked boyfriend Duke Martins’ (John Ireland) plan to rob a bookie goes awry they frame Steve Ryan (Ed Kelly), an innocent man, for the crime and the killing of a cop during the getaway. Homicide Detective Mickey Ferguson is assigned to the case and believes Steve to be guilty, despite his attraction to his sister Rosie (Shelia Ryan). Working together they try to find proof of Steve’s innocence, but the suave and ruthless Duke doesn’t hesitate to keep himself out of the picture. From renowned director Anthony Mann (El Cid, The Glenn Miller Story) Railroaded!, together with T-Men, marked his notable foray into film noir.


Going Vertical is the epic search to unravel surfing’s great mystery… who started the Shortboard Revolution? The debate still rages across the Pacific - who really lit the fuse of this surfing revolution during the tumultuous 1967 ‘summer of love’ that turned the sport, literally, upside down. Was it the Hawaiians or the Californians, or was it the brainchild of Australian surfing legend and surfboard designer Bob McTavish, collaborating with George Greenough. Going Vertical, for the first time, tells both sides of this compelling story. Filmed in Australia, Hawaii and California and featuring extraordinary archive footage of surf legends of the past four decades as well as the hottest surfers today, Going Vertical, is not your usual surfing film. Set to a pumping soundtrack including tracks by Pearl Jam and Powderfinger plus iconic artists from the summer of love including Manfred Man and Thunderclap Newman, Going Vertical is the story of an era, of a revolution and the extraordinary characters who made it happen. Reviews – ‘Fascinating’ – Evening Standard The film fills your mind with the fresh air of big dreams you only experience on a beach. Sober, on a wet Tuesday evening, I am transported round the planet’ – Rowan Chernin, Sabotage Times


Finding Fatima explores the religious phenomenon of Our Lady of Fatima in 1917 Portugal, detailing the initial apparitions of the Angel that prepared three young shepherd children for the arrival of Our Lady, to the ‘Miracle of the Sun’. What was to follow resonated around the World, culminating in what has been described as the greatest miracle of the 20th Century witnessed by over 70,000 people. Combing archive footage, dramatic re-enactments, original interviews with Fatima experts, and stunning imagery, the story of Our Lady of Fatima comes alive in this docu-drama that spans from 1910 to the present day. Written and directed by artist/filmmaker brothers Dominic and Ian Higgins (The 13th Day), Finding Fatima has universal appeal to Christians everywhere and to all who have a spiritual yearning. It is an illuminating and inspiring film, especially in these times


Modern yoga, that is, the form practiced daily by tens of millions of people around the world, goes back directly to Lord Shiva according to Indian tradition. At the same time, however, modern yoga originated in the early 20th century, a creation of Indian savant T. Krishnamacharya, a story that is far less known and is where Breath of the Gods looks to explore further. We see Krishnamacharya’s life and teachings through director Jan Schmidt-Garre’s eyes on his search for authentic yoga. His journey leads him from the legendary students and relatives of Krishnamacharya’s to the source of modern yoga, at the palace of the Maharaja of Mysore. He discovers the different styles and teaching methods of the yoga masters; from Pattabhi Jois he learns the ‘Sun salutation’, from Iyengar the ‘King of Asanas’, the headstand, and finally Sribhashyam reveals to him his father’s secret ‘Life Saving Yoga Session’. Breath of the Gods is an eye-opening journey to the origins of modern yoga, featuring interviews with yoga legends B.K.S Iyengar, Pattabhi Jois, and T. K. Sribhashyam, and rare historical footage. All films can be ordered direct from Blue Dolphin. Payment by Postal Order, Cheque or PayPal. Please contact for more information.


Ten strangers are invited to a lonely mansion on a remote island. One by one they are accused of past murders, and one by one they die. From one of the world’s best selling crime novels by the world’s best selling author, Agatha Christie, And Then There Were None is the critically acclaimed original screen adaptation of the quintessential whodunit. And in true Agatha Christie fashion, if you don’t know the story, you won’t guess who the murderer is until the very end.


When a young village girl (Kulkarni) is attacked and later abandoned on the eve of her wedding, she finds solace in the unlikely form of a transvestite folk singer/actor (Pandey). She, disguised as a man, and ‘he’ as a woman, embark upon a journey of mutual self discovery and enlightenment, examining issues of identity and gender stereotypes – and finding love – along the way. Set against the vast rural landscapes of India, THE SQUARE CIRCLE is a tragic-comic love story that will leave you surprised and deeply moved. Coming soon for the first time on DVD.


Raging Balls of Steel Justice now available on DVD. Order direct from us by emailing Payment by direct bank transfer or cheque - price £2.99 + P&P(£1.00) It’s not 1985 anymore. It’s 1986, and Chuck Steel is ‘the best Goddamn cop on the force’ according to his long suffering boss, Captain Jack Schitt. But even this maverick, renegade, loose cannon, lone wolf, cop on the edge, who doesn’t play by the rules has his work cut out when the city’s most influential banker is kidnapped by a group of escaped convicts armed to the teeth with stolen firearms. With the aid of his sex obsessed robot partner, Chuck must fight a desperate battle against overwhelming odds to save the hostage and stop the commissioner from chewing Jack Schitt a new asshole! Raging Balls of Steel Justice premiered at Frightfest 2013 and has gone on to play at a variety of film festivals around the world. The film won the Jury’s Choice for Short Film award at PiFan 2014 (Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival) and received the Bronze Audience Award for Best Short Film at Fantasia Film Festival 2014. The film premiered on UK TV on Sunday 24th August 2014 on Film4.