Friday, November 24th, 2017
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Believe: The True Story of Real Bearded Santas

If you think there’s no such thing as Santa Claus, there’s a few hundred very big men would like to prove you wrong. This cinematic sleigh ride into the strange but true world of the Fraternal Order of Real Bearded Santas, the most elite collection of Santas in the world. ...

The Boy Who Flies

Following a dream, Canadian paraglider pilot Benjamin Jordan travels to Malawi to teach children the joys of kite flying. There he meets Godfrey, a young man who has always dreamt of flying. The odd pair tour the country on bikes, building kites with youth while motivating them to follow their ...

As I Die Slowly

What happens when a man who has it all, becomes entangled in a web of lies, deceit, and infidelity? Michael Davenport’s life is great until his wife becomes withdrawn and isolated, taking with her their intimacy. Michael’s resolve is tested one day when he meets Denise James, a beautiful woman ...

Atlanta Law

A legal drama that provides with an exhilarating look into the lives of the people that works in the criminal justice system. A lawyer who specializes in murder will take the viewers on a rollercoaster ride of emotions as they struggle to find love, avoid betrayal, embrace professional jealousy and ...

Alton and Kenya’s Outrageous Wedding

Kenya Jackson is from the inner city; Alton Sheffield comes from a life of privilege. These differences, however, were not enough to keep them from falling madly in love. It s the day of their dream wedding and family and friends have been cordially invited to attend. In spite of ...

A Family Man

Inspired by a true story and set in 1975 in a small northern mining town, A FAMILY MAN is a tale of winners and losers, when a man who schemes on a grand scale but lives small makes a risky leap or the big time. Sam (colin Salmon), a hard-drinking ...

30 Days

Two rival basketball players must perform community service following a brawl between their teams. Duration: 90 minutes For all licensing enquiries and passwords, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains material which is owned by or licensed to us. This material includes, but is not limited to, the design, ...

2 Aces and a Dirty Heart

Two friends drift apart after being thick as thieves and take different paths in life. As one becomes more successful than the other jealousy takes a seat in his heart and drives him to a plot of duplicity. Duration: 90 minutes For all licensing enquiries and passwords, please contact us ...

Single Santa Seeks Mrs Claus

SWM looking for relationship-minded F. Must love children and frigid temps and be willing to travel. A belief in Christmas miracles—a must… Disillusioned since the untimely death of her husband, Beth Andrews (Crystal Bernard, Wings) is devoted to her career in the Los Angeles advertising world—and a new account that ...

Moby Dick

Nantucket. The little island off the east coast of the United States is the capital of American whaling in 1850. Sailors, traders, harpooners – they all hope to make big money on land or on a whaler – and if not, then at least to have big adventures. One of ...

Jingle Hell

This indie feature is a witty and stylish comedy about the Fitzgeralds, a large Irish Catholic clan from New York, whose grown children and spouses and grandchildren have gathered for a holiday that turns out to be a far cry from the picture-postcard Currier & Ives Christmas anyone had in ...

Opening Night: An American Panto

Opening Night is a behind-the-curtain look at the Lythgoe Family’s (American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance) quest to bring the fun British holiday tradition of “Panto” theatre to the United States. British Panto is a holiday tradition going back to the 17th century. Pantos are aimed at the ...

Meet the Santas

As heir to the North Pole throne, Santa’s son Nick (Steve Guttenberg, Three Men and a Baby) had only one obligation—find a new Mrs. Claus to share it with. In the hit holiday romantic comedy Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus, he did just that. Now it’s time for a few ...

An Experience with Conor McGregor

The one hour unscripted interview with the UFC superstar! In a world exclusive, the notorious Conor McGregor entertained a sold out audience in an exclusive one night only “An Experience With” event in Manchester, United Kingdom. The electrifying and divisive UFC Lightweight Champion took to the stage, for an intimate ...

Diana: The Woman Inside

Available June 2017 Twenty years after Diana’s death, this major new documentary rewrites many of the myths of her legacy. Rather than portraying Diana as unhappy, at war with the Royal family and suffering a tragic death, we discover an exceptional woman who changed the future of the Royal family ...

Goodbye Tibet

Goodbye Tibet is the story of a 20,000-foot high mountain pass on the border between Tibet and Nepal. For thousands of Tibetan refugees it has been their gateway to freedom – but for many it has been a fatal gauntlet. It is the story of Kelsang Jigme, a legend among ...

Breakfast with Jonny Wilkinson

An engaging British comedy set on the day of the Rugby World Cup Final in 2003 between England and Australia. Dave, a local rugby club chairman is locked in a bitter power-struggle with the team coach, who has come in to gloat at England’s likely defeat. But who is that ...

Roger Moore: A Matter of Class

Here is Roger Moore’s own story, as told by the famous actor himself. This profile also includes the recollections of colleagues and friends like Gregory Peck, Michael Caine, Tony Curtis, Carroll Baker and Maud Adams. Roger Moore, one of the most popular of actors, has travelled far… from working-class South ...

The Girl in the Boat

In this amusing, good-humoured comedy based on a P.G. Wodehouse novel, Norman Wisdom and Richard Briers are two Englishmen who fall in love with lovely Millicent Martin and chase her aboard of a transatlantic. Norman Wisdom employs the best of his talent in this romantic farce but Richard Briers grabs ...

Double Wedding

Beautiful twin sisters raised to be separate but equal. No “matchy-matchy,” their mother said, and there’d be no competitions—just two completely individual-minded young women going their own ways. Boy, how wrong could they have been? Deanna Warren is a buttoned-up control freak of a career-obsessed attorney and she likes it ...

The Magnificent 7 Deadly Sins

Seven comic episodes from one of the most read book in the World: the Bible! Each episode highlights one of the seven deadly sins and a hilarious comeuppance for the sinner. This comic portmanteau stars the cream of British talent such as Harry H. Corbett, Ian Carmichael, Spike Milligan, Leslie ...

Dr Ravi & Mr Hyde

A comedy about a doctor, who went to film school, to make a film about being a doctor. In this quirky indie feature, a doctor’s search for divine fulfillment is thwarted by unscrupulous agents, reluctant colleagues, an unenthusiastic wife and more. Can a busy doctor moonlight as a filmmaker or ...

The Cradle of Comedy

The Cradle of Comedy reaches right inside Middle Eastern Culture in surprising ways, the series is not so much about the archaeology of jokes but about how humour can reveal the differences and similarities between cultures. Stand-up comedy may have been perfected in the United States and the UK, but ...

Michael Caine: Breaking the Mold

Narrated with gentle self-deprecating humor and honesty by the star himself, this Special features clips from such films as Educating Rita, The Man Who Would Be King, Alfie, California Suite, Hannah And Her Sisters, Mona Lisa, Sleuth, Deathtrap, Zulu, and The Ipcress File. Born into poverty in London, when he ...

Clint Eastwood: The Man from Malpaso

Catapulted to international prominence by Sergio Leone’s Spaghetti Westerns, Clint Eastwood leapt from TV lead to world-class movie star. Then with Dirty Harry came super-stardom. But even that was not enough. Eastwood’s goal was to get behind the camera – to make great films. To achieve this end, he has ...

John Paul II in America: Uniting a Continent

John Paul II in America: Uniting a Continent The papacy of St. John Paul II left an indelible mark on the American continent. Driven by his singular conviction of a “United American Continent “under the patronage of Our Lady of Guadalupe, his papal travels from Argentina to Alaska generated massive ...

The Worlds of Harry Connick, Jr.

Narrated by Harry himself in a candid look at his own life and career, the program features interviews with jazz greats Branford and Wynton Marsalis and their father, Ellis Marsalis. Born in New Orleans, Harry was playing with jazz bands in the French Quarter before he was 10. When he ...

George Best: A Genius and a Legend

Dubbed the ‘fifth Beatle’, George Best crossed the line between sportsman and celebrity, becoming the first ever British sporting superstar and pioneer whose influence can be seen to this day. Includes contributions from Michael Parkinson and Bobby Charlton, as well as footage of interviews with Best himself. Duration: 0:80:00 Genre: ...

Marilyn Monroe: Beyond the Legend

Marilyn Monroe’s story is well known – the lonely child who yearned for affection and approval which she finally seemed to find as Hollywood’s greatest love goddess. But even though she scaled heights few could even dream of, she was one of the loneliest stars. And yet, in spite of ...

Red Dot On The Ocean

Once labeled a “youth-at-risk,” Matt Rutherford risks it all in a death-defying attempt to be the first person to sail alone and nonstop around North and South America. Professional sailors called him crazy and declared the journey “a suicide mission.” Braving the icebergs of the Arctic and the stormy seas ...

Biggles – Adventures in Time

The daring WWI flying ace takes on a dastardly Hun super-weapon and arch rival Eric von Stalhein, aided by Algy, Bertie and Ginger, a British intelligence officer (Peter Cushing) and a bungling American time traveller! The action swings from the Western Front to 1980s London!. Duration: 93mins Year: 1986 Genre: ...

Gentle Ben: Black Gold

In Gentle Ben: Black Gold, the classic adventure that began in Gentle Ben: Terror on the Mountain continues, as a young boy and his buddy, a great black bear, find their spectacular natural habitat threatened by forces they seem powerless to stop. This is the majestic high country of tall ...

Swamp Devil

The southern bogs are among the most amazing of all the habitats on Earth. A miles-wide slow-moving river of grass and decay, a deep mire that’s home to an amazing array of wildlife. Some, wilder than others. Responding to a call that her estranged father, Howard, is dying, Melanie Blaime ...

Diana, Princess of Wales: A Celebration of Life on the Edge

On the twentieth anniversary of her death, this feature programme celebrates the life of Diana, Princess of Wales and draws upon previously unseen archive and fascinating insights since her death to piece together a portrait of the most iconic woman of the 20th century. Duration: 62mins Year: 2012 Genre: Icon, ...

Queen Elizabeth II: The Diamond Celebration

Enjoy this unique commemoration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Year in 2012! This feature length retrospective of the Queen’s reign is packed with rare and beautiful archive footage scanned into Hi-Definition and expert commentary from Robert Lacy, Nicholas Owen, Tim Heald, Ingrid Seward, Gyles Brandreth and great bonus features. Duration: ...

Margaret Thatcher: The Iron Lady

The first major documentary to look back on the life of this remarkable woman, featuring many excerpts from her powerful speeches and contributions from her colleagues, supporters and detractors. Features unseen footage from the events that shaped modern Britain. Duration: 80mins Year: 2012 Genre: Icon, Documentary Starring: Margaret Thatcher, Michael ...

King George VI: The Man Behind the King’s Speech

This totally unique documentary provides both a moving and thorough account of the life of King George VI and takes you behind the scenes of the award winning film, The King s Speech. It includes exclusive interviews with both the director Tom Hooper and the star Colin Firth. Duration: 80mins ...

James Dean: First American Teenager

Filmed by Ray Connolly and David Puttnam, this unique documentary on the life of one of the greatest icons of the 20th Century. Features footage from Dean’s greatest films and interviews with screen icons such as Sammy Davis Jnr, Dennis Hopper, and Natalie Wood. Duration: 80mins Year: 1976 Genre: Film, ...

John Lennon: All You Need is Love

Especially made to mark the 30th anniversary of the singer’s death, this unique collector’s DVD includes previously unseen footage and interviews with all the Lennon family – as well as previously unscreened interviews with Lennon himself. A fitting tribute to a great man. Duration: 83mins Year: 2010 Genre: Music, Documentary ...

Michael Jackson: King of Pop 1958 – 2009

A retrospective look back over the life and career of one of the most celebrated figures in pop. Using rich archive footage, this offers a unique insight into his relationships with Elizabeth Taylor, Princess Di, Lisa Marie Presley and includes coverage of his untimely death and funeral. Duration: 80mins Year: ...

Punk ’76

A brand new documentary tracing punk from the SEX shop of Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood. Featuring contributions from Tony James, Gene October, Jon Savage, Glen Matlock, Jah Wobble, Steve Severin and archive performances, this is British music’s greatest story of the 20th Century. Duration: 85mins Year: 2013 Genre: Music, ...

Keep On Burning: The story of Northern Soul

Keep on Burning tells the fascinating story of the world’s most enduring underground music movement : Northern Soul! Featuring interviews with key DJ’s, journalists and promoters, including soul radio pioneer Tony Blackburn, Marc Almond and key DJ’s, journalists and promoters. Filmed on location at Manchester’s iconic Twisted Wheel and London’s ...

Cream: The Farewell Concert

British supergroup Cream – captured live at the Royal Albert Hall in 1968. This includes the special extended edition and has been digitally remastered from the best available sources. Tracks include Sunshine of Your Love, White Room, Politician, Crossroads, Steppin’ Out, Spoonful, Toad, Behind the Music, I’m So Glad. Duration: ...

Tommy

Only Ken Russell could have done full cinematic justice to The Who’s psychedelic rock opera about a deaf, dumb and blind kid. Roger Daltrey, Oliver Reed, Elton John, Ann-Margaret, Eric Clapton, Keith Moon, Jack Nicholson, Robert Powell & Tina Turner star! Duration: 107mins Year: 1975 Genre: Music, Rock Opera Starring: ...

Mantovani: The King of Strings

Annunzio Mantovani was the most successful orchestra leader ever, selling 70 million records from the 1950’s to the 1970’s. Known for his unmistakable cascading strings and recordings such as Charmaine, Mantovani enthralled the world with his sublime arrangements. This documentary is the story of the man and his music. Duration: ...

An Evening with Matt Monro

Matt Monro was probably the best voice that ever came out of England and was regarded by none other than Frank Sinatra as one of the world’s three greatest singers. As a special celebration of Matt’s unique talent, this special new collection has gathered together some of his best television ...

Where Angels Fear to Tread

Based upon E. M. Forster’s best-selling novel, this scintillating period drama follows a rich Edwardian widow (Helen Mirren) who marries a handsome Tuscan dentist (Rupert Graves) but dies in childbirth. Her English family travel to Italy in order to bring the child back home to England, but are unprepared for ...

Lord of the Flies

Novelist William Golding’s fierce morality tale about schoolboys marooned on a desert island and reverting to religious savagery is given the larger than life treatment by theatrical direct Peter Brook, who can’t quite cope with cinematic character, but who keeps the tension tight as a crossbow. Duration: 90mins Year: 1963 ...

Gregory’s Girl

Bill Forsyth’s second movie is an enchanting sweet comedy about a gangly, spotty 15-year-old Scottish schoolboy (John Gordon Sinclair) with a passion for a schoolgirl soccer star (Dee Hepburn). He turns to his ten-year old sister for advice, but she’s more interested in ice cream than love. Duration: 88mins Year: ...

Who Dares Wins

The exploits of the SAS with their masks, machine guns and deadly efficiency, here gave British filmmakers the chance to reply in kind to the increasingly tough thrillers from Hollywood. Lewis Collins stars as the SAS man who goes undercover to undermine a terrorist organisation planning to hold top politicians ...

Watership Down

This beautifully crafted cartoon based on Richard Adams’s bestseller about a colony of rabbits seeking somewhere safe to live, is an inspirational, serious-minded saga about survival, human insensitivity and courage. Zero Mostel’s bird voice and Art Garfunkel singing Mike Batt’s ‘Bright Eyes’ are highlights. Also featuring the voice of John ...

The Water Babies

A star-studded, who’s who of British cinema features in this delightful tale of a young street urchin, Tom (Tommy Pender) who unwittingly helps petty crooks (James Mason and Bernard Cribbins) rob a rich country house. As Tom escapes the police by jumping into a lake, he is transported to an ...

Treasure Island

Orson Welles himself stars as Long John Silver in this seldom-seen 1972 adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale of pirates and buried treasure! Join Jim Hawkins and his shipmates for an adventure of a lifetime in a swashbuckling spectacular that’s fun for all the family! Duration: 89mins Year: 1972 ...

Black Beauty

The original, unbeatable, 1971 family favourite starring Mark Lester! Joe, a little farm boy, grows up with his magnificent stallion Black Beauty – only to have him stolen. As Beauty escapes and has adventures all over Europe, Joe desperately searches for his beloved horse. Duration: 102mins Year: 1971 Genre: Family, ...

A Mini Adventure

The adventure of a lifetime which started with a newspaper ad, brought three local men on a 14,000 mile odyssey to the other side of the world…all done in 1961 Mini. September 1962 and the three intrepid explorers meet face to face for the first time on the quay-side in ...

Mario Lanza – The Best of Everything

Mario Lanza was the most famous tenor the world had ever known. His voice was big and powerful, rich and golden, with a dazzling top that thrilled everyone. The greatest tenors of the modern era – Pavarotti, Carreras, Domingo and Bocelli – all trace their inspiration back to Lanza. Trained ...

Clash of Nations: I, Superbiker

The MCE British Superbike Championship is The Clash of Nations! It’s Great Britain vs Australia with the prize being the coveted British Superbike Crown. Can Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne become an historic five times British Champion; or will Australian Joshua ‘Bad Boy’ Brookes stand in his way? If popular pin-up boy ...

Mariachi Gringo

Starring Shawn Ashmore (Cyclops, X Men) and Academy Award Nominee, Adriana Barraza – Mariachi Gringo – tells the story of a stifled, small-town man stuck in a dead end life with a reactionary, small-town American family, who is inspired by a love of music and a woman to run away ...

The Little Ponderosa Zoo

The Little Ponderosa Zoo is an uplifting and light hearted family film. The animal loving Freeman family opened the zoo after sharing their own home with the many animals they had rescued through the years. Whilst preparing for their upcoming fundraising festival, the local bank owner discovers some dusty old ...

The Athlete

Running the streets of Rome in 1960, an unknown, barefoot Ethiopian man stunned the world by winning Olympic gold in the marathon. Overnight, Abebe Bikila became an olympic legend. A hero in his own country and the continent, Bikila was the first African to win a gold medal and, four ...