Channel 4 Television Original Movies
Here we collected the best movies from Channel 4 Television in order of popularity
A Polish contractor, Nowak, leads a group of workmen to London so they can provide cheap labor for a government official based there. Nowak (Irons) has to manage the project and the men as they encoun...
Jack Whitehall Live
This highly anticipated debut stand-up DVD sees triple British Comedy Award nominee Jack Whitehall at his high energy, laugh-out-loud best. From dates at Nando's to lads' holidays in Magaluf, British ...
Brookside: Friday the 13th
There is trouble a-plenty in store for the Corkhill clan in this video-only special. Series creator Phil Redmond has returned to pen a dramatic script which follows on from a weekend special.
When Football Banned Women
Clare Balding uncovers the remarkable hidden history of women's football, which briefly dominated the game, attracting crowds of up to 60,000, before a Football Association ban in 1921
All the action takes place in a swish London restaurant where two coarse-grained strategy consultants are dining with their respective wives. At an adjacent table a banker and his wife banter over his...
Micky Flanagan: Live - Back In The Game Tour
Micky's sell-out Back In The Game tour was the biggest comedy event of 2013 playing to over half a million people across the UK and Ireland. Recorded live at London's Hackney Empire, join one of the n...
Ross McElwee travels through the North Carolina tobacco belt in search of the ancient southern traditions associated with tobacco growing and use, while comparing his filmmaking to commercial cinema, ...
Backstairs Billy: The Queen Mum's Butler
Providing unique insight into the private world of Clarence House, this documentary follows the rise and fall of William Tallon - a devoted servant, friend and butler to the Queen Mother.
A Very British Sex Scandal
A Very British Sex Scandal tells the story of Peter Wildeblood, a royal correspondent for the Daily Mail newspaper. He is a closet homosexual and like many gay men at that time, lives in secret as hom...
A working-class family in London's East End is struggling to stay afloat during the recession under Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's premiership. Only the mother Mavis is working; father Frank and t...
Spying on Hitler’s Army: The Secret Recordings
British intelligence undertook an audacious operation to listen in on the private conversations of 10,000 German prisoners of war without their ever knowing they were being overheard. The prisoners' ...
After documentarian Ross McElwee gets married, a series of misfortunes follow: his grandmother dies, his wife miscarries, and then his father dies less than a week later. Shaken by the sudden string o...
The Biko Inquest
Based on the official transcripts of the investigation that followed after the very suspicious notorious death in prison of one of the most important leading men of the South African anti-apartheid mo...
The Massacre That Shook the Empire
On 13 April 1919, British troops shot hundreds of peaceful protesters dead in India. Writer Sathnam Sanghera retraces the build-up to the massacre and examines its legacy.
Unmasking Jihadi John: Anatomy of a Terrorist
The inside story behind the hunt for ISIS poster boy "Jihadi John" by the US and British military and intelligence services. An interrogation of the twisted worldview espoused by ISIS and its propagan...
Newly arrived in town Nat and Gabe accept a dinner invitation from the volatile Hungarian Helene and her boorish husband Sasha. Whilst the other guests, ex-Bananarama member Marty, Angie, who 'makes b...
Britain's Greatest Codebreaker
Alan Turing is the genius British mathematician who was instrumental in breaking the German naval Enigma Code during World War II, arguably saving millions of lives. Turing's achievements went unreco...
Arnie's 50 Greatest Ever Stunts
Hollywood action man Arnold Schwarzenegger guides viewers through some of the world's most cunning stunts, including feats of strength, endurance, bravery, and sometimes just dumb luck. Using clips of...
There are two main stories and a couple of minor stories in the visual narrative. A woman brings her baby to a crowd of photographers, and she tries to escape. Two men who are lovers are arrested by t...
Combining a concert film with a making-of documentary, this presentation provides a dramatization of Franz Schubert's famed song cycle along with a unique look at the collaborative process in bringing...
On the Edge of 'Blade Runner'
This is the rare UK Channel 4 documentary about Blade Runner, giving insights into it's history with interviews of Ridley Scott, the writers and nearly all the cast. Interviews with production staff,...
The Inbetweeners Movie
High school graduation just wouldn’t be complete without an un-chaperoned, uninhibited and unforgettable final holiday. At least that’s what Will, Jay, Simon and Neil think when they book a two-week s...
Power Into Art: The Battle for the New Tate Gallery
In May 1994, the Tate Gallery in London announced that it was going to create a huge modern art gallery in London. Instead of commissioning a new building from one of London's "star" architects, they ...
In this quick British comedy short, Amina is a young Muslim guitarist who recently stopped playing due to her nerves. In her pursuit of a man, she seeks the help of Lady Parts, an all-female Muslim pu...
Triangle is a dance in which young man and woman entwine in a succession of lithe movements. The association is with the triangle shape, in a human context involving the introduction of a second woman...
Time of Miracles
September 1945. The new communist authorities go into the church, hang the flag of the Party and paint over the old frescoes, but each time the frescoes miraculously return. A stranger comes to town a...
The Great UFO Conspiracy
Writer and comedian Dan Schreiber meets the people behind modern-day alien conspiracy theories, from Jesus being an alien to humanity being ruled by an evil reptilian overlord.
The Love Child
When he was a little boy, Dillon's rock musician father and hippie mother died in a traffic accident. Now in his twenties, Dillon wants nothing more than a normal, responsible life, working in an offi...
The movie starts at the 1998 bomb attack by the Real IRA at Omagh, Northern Ireland. The attack killed 31 people. Michael Gallagher one of the relatives of the victims starts an examination to bring t...
Not Only But Always
The story of the working and personal relationship between the comedians Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, a hugely popular duo in the UK during the 1960s and 1970s, was written and directed by Terry Johns...
Peter Cook and Dudley Moore: The Missing Sketches
This documentary showcases a number of new clips which have recently come to light from sketches which were thought to have been lost forever, some not seen for over 50 years, plus rare footage of rou...
An MI5 officer's attempts to foil a possible terrorist plot are undermined by bureaucracy and moral dilemmas. Will he make the world a safer place or be complicit in making a tense situation even wors...
Alice Through the Looking Glass
A modern adaptation of the classic children's story 'Alice through the Looking Glass', which continued on from the popular 'Alice in Wonderland' story. This time Alice is played by the mother, who fal...
The Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron
Presenter and actor Rupert Everett follows the footsteps of romantic poet Lord Byron, 200 years after he embarked on his infamous tour of Europe. Described as ‘mad, bad and dangerous to know’, Byron ...
Scientologists at War
Scientologists at War examines the independent Scientology movement and the high level defectors who have publicly renounced their membership from the Church of Scientology. Marty Rathbun is one of t...
Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere
Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere is a British sitcom on Channel 4 starring and written by Peter Kay and Patrick McGuinness. All the episodes were written and directed by Kay. It ran for six 30 minute e...