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AND THEN THERE WERE NONE AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
  • Director: René Clair
  • Cast: Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston, Louis Hayward
  • Genre: Mystery

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.

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ANIMAL FARM ANIMAL FARM
  • Director: John Halas and Joy Batchelor
  • Cast: Gordon Heath, Maurice Denham
  • Genre: Unknown

The celebrated first European animated feature based on the classic satirical novel, Animal Farm, by George Orwell. The film is a political fable, telling the story of Farmer Jones’ animals who wage a revolution, overthrow their brutal master and take over the farm, only to discover their idealism betrayed by power and corruption.

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BLONDE FIST BLONDE FIST
  • Director: Frank Clarke
  • Cast: Margi Clarke, Carroll Baker, Ken Hutchinson, Tina Malone
  • Genre: Unknown

Blonde Fist tells the story of Ronnie O’Dowd played wonderfully by Margi Clarke (Coronation Street), a Liverpool lass who knows how to look after herself. When she’s sent to a women’s prison and her son is taken into care she is determined to put things right the only way she knows how…with her fists! After escaping prison Ronnie sets off to New York to find her father, a bare-knuckle fighter. There she meets ex Las Vegas showgirl Lovelle (legendary Hollywood star Carroll Baker (Baby Doll, Giant, The Big Country)) who becomes her boxing promoter. Also Starring Gary Mavers (Casulaty, Peak Practice). Directed by Frank Clarke (Letter To Brezhnev), Blonde Fist is a fantastic, fun Brit flick, available for the first time on DVD. Reviews – ‘Thelma & Louise meets Rocky’ - Variety

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BREATH OF THE GODS BREATH OF THE GODS
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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 info@bluedolphinfilms.com for more information.

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CHASING GOD CHASING GOD
  • Director: Dylan Burton
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  • Genre: Unknown

Narrated by Dawn French, Chasing God takes us on an enlightening journey to the Vatican & the Ganges, the Wailing Wall & the Dome of the Rock Mosque, the Golden Temple & the Dalai Temple in the Himalayas. Followed by daring & provocative scenes of a World out of balance.

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CHERRYBOMB (Theatrical Only) CHERRYBOMB (Theatrical Only)
  • Director: Lisa Barros D’Sa, Glenn Leyburn
  • Cast: Rupert Grint, James Nesbitt, Robert Sheehan, Kimberley Nixon
  • Genre: Drama

Starring Rupert Grint (‘Harry Potter’) in his first mature role, James Nesbitt and hot new talent Robert Sheehan (‘Misfits’) and Kimberley Nixon (‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’), Cherrybomb tells the story of two best friends locked in fierce rivalry for the same girl as she seductively encourages a ruthless competition for her heart. Cherrybomb’s edgy content and fantastic performances, will be a must see for fans of ‘Skins’ and ‘Misfits’, and cinema lovers of all ages. The film has already captured the attention of the online community and prompted a highly publicised petition to find a distributor. Directed by Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn, screenplay written by Daragh Carville and featuring a cool music soundtrack co-written and supervised by the award winning composer David Holmes (Oceans 11,12 and 13).

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COLOURS OF INFINITY/CLOUDS ARE NOT SPHERES/IS GOD A NUMBER ? COLOURS OF INFINITY/CLOUDS ARE NOT SPHERES/IS GOD A NUMBER ?
  • Director: Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon
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  • Genre: Documentary

COLOURS OF INFINITY Presented by Arthur C. Clarke with music by David Gilmour, delves into the wonderful world of the Mandelbrot set and fractal geometry.CLOUDS ARE NOT SPHERES tells the story of the life and work of Benoît Mandlebrot. A great innovator and discoverer of the Mandlebrot set and fractal geometry - a highly regarded maverick mathematician.IS GOD A NUMBER? A fascinating account of the science of mathematics and its connection to mind and consciousness. Presented by Michael Barnsley featuring Sir Roger Penrose, the film looks at the mystery of consciousness, whilst exploring the links between mathematics, mind and the physical, observable universe. Music by Mood Swings.

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COUNTY KILBURN COUNTY KILBURN
  • Director: Elliot Hegarty
  • Cast: Ciarán McMenamin, Rick Warden, John Bowe, Georgie Mackenzie
  • Genre: Comedy

Drawing its inspiration from bar led comedies such as Cheers and the caustic humour of Father Ted, Elliot Hegarty’s County Kilburn is the funniest film about the Irish in Kilburn ever made. Along the kilometre stretch of Kilburn High road, there are twenty-eight pubs: that’s one every thirty-six metres. Populated predominantly by the Irish, this area has come to be known as County Kilburn.Here we witness the loves, lives and laughs of a disparate group of dreamers, losers and ever hopefuls. Elliot Hegarty has since become one of TVs sharpest comedy directors with shows such as ‘The Kevin Bishop Show’ and ‘Star Stories’. Featuring music from – Ultravux, Killing Joke, Shane MacGowan, Merle Haggard, Andy Williams and Toots and the Maytals – and a guest appearance from Paul O’Grady.

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CRYSTAL VOYAGER CRYSTAL VOYAGER
  • Director: David Elfick
  • Cast: George Greenhough, Ritchie West, Nat Young
  • Genre: Unknown

The classic surf movie. American surfer-cameraman George Greenhough rides the waves from California to Byron Bay, using ground-breaking photography to take us inside the tube on his flexible, high-tech ‘spoon’ kneeboard. At the time of the ‘shortboard’ revolution, Greenhough ignited the imagination of the surfing world and expressed a passion that had lain dormant in the hearts of generations of surfers. Featuring the entire track ‘Echoes’ from the Pink Floyd album ‘Meddle’, this is truly the ultimate ride.

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DARK KNIGHT SEASON 1 DARK KNIGHT SEASON 1
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  • Cast: Ben Pullen, Charlotte Comer, Peter O'Farrell, John Bach
  • Genre: Unknown

Set in the dark ages, a time of fear, magic and mystery, DARK KNIGHT is a radical new look at the Ivanhoe legend; an Ivanhoe for the 21st Century, battling tyranny and oppression and a legion of terrifying, magical and hellish creatures. Ancient evil is about to be unleashed on the land and the only hope is the sharp sword, the pure heart and the mysterious force that protects the ‘Chosen One’, Ivanhoe.

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