Brexit: The Uncivil War

A new one-off drama based on first-hand accounts from key players in both the Leave and Remain camps, exploring how the opposing data-driven campaigns were run and the behind-the-scenes decisions that led to Britain’s historic decision to leave the EU. This two-hour film penned by James Graham, the writer of hit politically-themed West End plays  … Continue reading


Acclaimed actor Martin Clunes (Doc Martin, Men Behaving Badly) takes the lead role of DCI Sutton who determinedly and tenaciously pursed serial killer Levi Bellfield.  It is the real life story of how the murder of French National, Amelie Delagrange, on Twickenham Green in August 2004 was eventually linked to the murders of Marsha McDonnell in  … Continue reading

Death and Nightingales

Jamie Dornan (The Fall, Fifty Shades of Grey) reunites with The Fall writer, Allan Cubitt, in Death and Nightingales, currently airing on BBC2 on Wednesdays at 9pm.  Also starring Matthew Rhys (The Americans) and Anna Skelly (Red Rock), this gripping drama with a twisted love triangle at its heart, is based on Eugene McCabe’s book  … Continue reading

The Last Tree  

Femi is a British boy of Nigerian heritage who, after a happy childhood in rural Lincolnshire, moves to inner London to Live with his mum. Struggling with the unfamiliar culture and values of his new environment, teenage Femi has to figure out which path to adulthood he wants to take.   The Last Tree is  … Continue reading

The Cry

A new four-part thriller directed by Glendyn Ivin (Safe Harbour, Gallipoli, The Beautiful Lie) which has been adapted by Jacquelin Perske from the popular 2013 novel by Helen Fitzgerald.  Starring Jenna Coleman (Victoria, Doctor Who) as a young mother who travels from Scotland to Australia with her husband Alistair (Ewen Leslie – Safe Harbour, Top  … Continue reading

King Lear

This one-off contemporary TV movie version of King Lear boasts an impressive ensemble cast led by Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson, and including Emily Watson, Florence Pugh, Christopher Eccleston, Jim Broadbent and Jim Carter. Set in the fictional present, King Lear sets Hopkins as the eponymous ruler, presiding over a totalitarian military dictatorship in England.  … Continue reading

Congratulations to BAFTA TV Nominees

Great news came in the form of the 2018 BAFTA TV nominations with 7 nominations going to projects supported by Great Point Media In strong fields, Line of Duty, Boy with the Topknot, King Charles III and Born to Kill all received nominations. Line of Duty was nominated for Best Drama Series amongst big budget  … Continue reading

The Boy with the Topknot

The one-off television drama lays bare the life of Sathnam Sanghera. Based on the critically acclaimed memoirs of the same name, The Boy with the Topknot is a personal exploration into the complexities of being the first to break the mould in a tightly knit Sikh community. As Sathnam prepares to bring two sides of  … Continue reading

The Last Post

The BBC broadcast the first episode of this new six-part- drama on Sunday 1st October. BAFTA- winning Peter Moffat (The Night Of, The Village) has written the glorious period drama set in the 1960s, following a Royal Military Police unit in Aden (Yemen). The officers and their family might be a long way from home  … Continue reading

Kingdom of Us

A poignant documentary following the lives of a family after the suicide of their father. The documentary is an emotional exploration into coping with grief in the most tragic of circumstances. Film-maker Lucy Cohen follows the family unit of seven children, and their mother, as they try to make sense of their loss, and battle  … Continue reading