Channel Four Films Original Movies
Here we collected the best movies from Channel Four Films in order of popularity
Mark Renton stumbles through bad ideas with his friends. Diane is also with him for the ride. After moving from Edinburgh to London, Mark finds he can't escape the life he left behind when a scheming ...
Sister My Sister
The true story of the Papin murder case, where two sisters brutally murdered their employer and her daughter, is the basis of the film. There were rumors that the sisters were having an incestous lesb...
When David, Juliet, and Alex are looking for a fourth roommate for their trendy flat, they settle on Hugo. Hugo was found dead of a drug overdose with a large sum of cash. The three others decided to ...
An Indian family is kicked out of Uganda when Idi Amin is in power. They move to Mississippi. The families have to come to terms with the fact that the Indian daughter fell in love with a black man.
The Long Day Closes
Bud is a sad and lonely boy who is set in a working-class district of England in the 1950s. Cinema is his main source of solace. Even though Bud's family looms large in our peripheral vision, he is th...
The Neon Bible
A teenage boy ponders about his life and his aunt, who was an emotional shield from his troubled family. A film about a boy's life in a rural 1940s Southern town evokes the haunting quality of memory ...
My Beautiful Laundrette
A British-Pakistani man renovated a rundown laundrette with his male lover while dealing with drama within his family, the local Pakistani community, and a persistent mob of skinheads.
Welcome II the Terrordome
The Terrordome is a huge ghetto that all the blacks have been forced to live in. Jodie, Spike's pregnant white girlfriend, ran away from an abusive white boyfriend who, after seeing her with Spike, se...
The Crying Game
Despite warnings from other IRA members, the Irish Republican Army member formed an unexpected bond with Jody, a kidnapped British soldier. Jody promised to visit his girlfriend, Dil, in London when F...
Government secrets, capalistic artists and bungling secret agents are some of the things that can be found in the Charles Dance. Will the truth be out, or will the attempts of agents suppress the trut...
Almost a decade has passed since Brian Slade left the spotlight of the London scene. Arthur Stuart is an investigative journalist. Stuart explores the larger-than-life stars who were once his idols an...
A Life Less Ordinary
O'Reilly and Jackson are sent to Earth to make sure that their next supervised love-connection succeeds. They follow a spoiled rich girl who accidentally shot a suitor and is kidnapped by a janitor. S...
The Red Violin
300 years in the life of one famed musical instrument that ends up in Montreal on the auction block. The red violin was created by the Italian master Bussotti in 1681. The violin travels to Austria, E...
There is a school in Scotland. Mathews, a non-believer, wishes the school would concentrate on teaching the children, as some at the school are trying to discover the two more miracles that would prom...
The Madness of King George
Aging King George III of England is showing signs of madness. As the monarch alternates between bouts of confusion and violent temper, his doctors attempt ineffectual cures. The king's political enemi...
The family house is where the McAllister's deal with work, children, and how to fix the bathroom. Reason cannot be heard above the clock of experience and ambition. How will they respond when they are...
After inheriting a large country estate from his late father, Peter invites his friends from college: married couple Roger and Mary, the Maggie, stylish lonely Sarah, and writer Andrew, who brings his...
Sammy and Rosie Get Laid
Sammy and Rosie are a married couple. Sammy's father, Rafi, a former Indian government minister, will be in London for a visit. Sammy, Rosie, and Rafi are trying to find meaning in their lives.
The film is dedicated to the Armenian monk and genius composer Komitas, and the 2 million victims on his people in Turkey in 1915. The final 20 years of Komitas life were spent in various mental hospi...
The story of a Jewish family living in Hungary through three generations, rising from humble beginnings to positions of wealth and power in the crumbling Austro-Hungarian Empire. The patriarch is torn...
A dramatization of the life and thought of Ludwig Wittgenstein, a Cambridge-educated philosopher, whose main interest was the nature and limits of language. A series of sketches depict the unfolding o...
A Further Gesture
An IRA prisoner in the H-blocks is facing his sentence when he joins a comrade in a risky escape. A new life in New York, but he might as well be in prison again until he befriends a co-worker and get...
Secrets & Lies
Hortense, a successful and well-adjusted Black optometrist who was adopted at birth, is looking for her biological mother. Cynthia is an unhappy white factory worker who has a difficult relationship w...