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1. The Man-Eaters of Tsavo

55 min | Documentary | Announced

The Man-Eaters of Tsavo is a documentary recounting the story of a pair of man-eating predator lions that were killed by a team, known as the Tsavo Man-eaters.

Stars: Val Kilmer, Michael Douglas, Tom Wilkinson, Bernard Hill

2. The Pub (2017)

Horror | Announced

A country pub is the epicenter of witchcraft in 1970's Britain.

Director: Terry Bamber | Star: Bernard Hill

3. Golden Years (I) (2016)

96 min | Action, Comedy, Crime

7.2
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Fate, the pensions crisis and a steadfast refusal to accept the injustice of old age have contrived to force law abiding, retired couple, Arthur and Martha Goode into a life of crime. ... See full summary »

Director: John Miller | Stars: Simon Callow, Bernard Hill, Phil Davis, Alun Armstrong

Votes: 49

4. Interlude City of a Dead Woman (2016)

122 min | Drama

7.5
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"Interlude City of a Dead Woman" is a story of transformation. The story takes place on the holy island of Patmos. The austere beauty of the Greek island provides a dramatic backdrop that ... See full summary »

Director: Angela Ismailos | Stars: Bernard Hill, Shaun Benson, Erich Wildpret, Angela Ismailos

Votes: 6

5. Wolf Hall (2015 TV Mini-Series)

360 min | Drama, History

8.2
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After the downfall of Cardinal Wolsey, his secretary, Thomas Cromwell, finds himself amongst the treachery and intrigue of King Henry VIII's court and soon becomes a close advisor to the King, a role fraught with danger.

Stars: Mark Rylance, Damian Lewis, Claire Foy, Thomas Brodie-Sangster

Votes: 5,484

6. Unforgotten (2015– )

60 min | Crime, Drama

7.9
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Police start to investigate when the bones of a young man are found under the footings of a demolished house 39 years after his murder.

Stars: Nicola Walker, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Trevor Eve, Bernard Hill

Votes: 2,000

7. North v South (2015)

96 min | Thriller

3.9
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Two star-crossed lovers navigate through all-out war between the North and South criminal underworlds

Director: Steven Nesbit | Stars: Freema Agyeman, Judith Alexander, Keith Allen, Geoff Bell

Votes: 280

8. India's Frontier Railways (2015– )

60 min | Documentary

8.0
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Three-part series about trains crossing borders in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan, reconnecting families, cultures and history

Star: Bernard Hill

Votes: 31

9. Unforgotten Takes Us Back to the 70s (2015 Video)

7 min | Documentary, Short

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Director: Sven Arnstein | Stars: Cherie Lunghi, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Hannah Gordon, Frances Tomelty

10. What Is Unforgotten? (2015 Video)

7 min | Documentary, Short

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Director: Sven Arnstein | Stars: Tamzin Malleson, Claire Goose, Cherie Lunghi, Tom Austen

11. Wolf Hall (2015– )
Episode: Anna Regina (2015)

59 min | Drama, History

8.2
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In 1531, King Henry VIII has proposed a bill which will make him the Head of the Church in England and allow him to marry Anne Boleyn. However, his plans are met with a series of complications.

Director: Peter Kosminsky | Stars: Anton Lesser, Jonathan Aris, Mark Rylance, Joanne Whalley

Votes: 200

12. Wolf Hall (2015– )
Episode: Crows (2015)

59 min | Drama, History

8.3
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In 1535, King Henry VIII's attempt to be declared Head of the Church in England has been denied by the Holy Roman Emperor. Meanwhile, Anne Boleyn's failure to produce a male heir leads Henry toward Jane Seymour.

Director: Peter Kosminsky | Stars: Damian Lewis, Mark Rylance, Paul Ritter, Ed Speleers

Votes: 167

13. Wolf Hall (2015– )
Episode: Entirely Beloved (2015)

90 min | Drama, History

8.1
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As 1529 draws to a close, Cardinal Wolsey moves to York while Thomas Cromwell attempts to gain support for him from King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, and in the process, gradually wins favor for himself.

Director: Peter Kosminsky | Stars: Mark Rylance, Damian Lewis, Luke Roberts, Mark Gatiss

Votes: 228

14. Unforgotten (2015– )
Episode: Episode #1.1 (2015)

45 min | Crime, Drama

8.0
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A skeleton found in the cellar of a building prompts investigation from DCI Stuart and her colleague into the murder of a young man that could potentially span back thousands of years.

Director: Andy Wilson | Stars: Peter Egan, Nicola Walker, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Jonathan Harden

Votes: 83

15. Unforgotten (2015– )
Episode: Episode #1.2 (2015)

45 min | Crime, Drama

8.0
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Having identified the body in the cellar as Jimmy Sullivan the search for his murderer begins, Cassie and Sunny investigate, starting with identifying the names featured in Jimmy's diary.

Director: Andy Wilson | Stars: Nicola Walker, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Pippa Nixon, Lewis Reeves

Votes: 72

16. Unforgotten (2015– )
Episode: Episode #1.3 (2015)

45 min | Crime, Drama

8.0
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Cassie and Sunny pay a visit to Father Robert Greaves, who remembers Jimmy fondly, but is unable to help identify the mysterious 'Jo-Jo' the person who it appears gave Jimmy the diary.

Director: Andy Wilson | Stars: Nicola Walker, Ruth Sheen, Brian Bovell, Sanjeev Bhaskar

Votes: 60

17. Unforgotten (2015– )
Episode: Episode #1.4 (2015)

45 min | Crime, Drama

8.1
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The investigation into Jimmy's death continues with the discovery of marks on his body consistent with known gangland torture methods.

Director: Andy Wilson | Stars: Nicola Walker, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Trevor Eve, Silas Carson

Votes: 65

18. Unforgotten (2015– )
Episode: Episode #1.5 (2015)

45 min | Crime, Drama

8.2
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Sir Phillip makes a difficult decision in order to protect his family and salvage what is left of his reputation. Father Robert comes clean to his family and the police.

Director: Andy Wilson | Stars: Nicola Walker, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Bernard Hill, Tom Courtenay

Votes: 61

19. Unforgotten (2015– )
Episode: Episode #1.6 (2015)

45 min | Crime, Drama

8.0
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Father Robert's revelations have lasting repercussions. Bella and Josh deliberate over how best to deal with their father and the search for Lizzie continues. Maureen is finally able to lay Jimmy to rest.

Director: Andy Wilson | Stars: Gemma Jones, Pippa Nixon, Adam Astill, Dominic Power

Votes: 47

20. Wolf Hall (2015– )
Episode: Master of Phantoms (2015)

59 min | Drama, History

8.7
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In 1536, King Henry VIII's request that Thomas Cromwell find a way to rid him of Anne Boleyn - a sentiment supported by others, who wish for Jane Seymour to take her place - leads to a series of allegations and revelations.

Director: Peter Kosminsky | Stars: Richard Dillane, James Larkin, Ed Speleers, Sarah Crowden

Votes: 173

21. Wolf Hall (2015– )
Episode: The Devil's Spit (2015)

59 min | Drama, History

8.4
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In 1533, Anne Boleyn has given birth to a daughter, much to King Henry VIII's disdain. As Anne's paranoia over her inability to produce a son grows, Thomas Cromwell tries to convince Sir Thomas More to sanctify the royal marriage.

Director: Peter Kosminsky | Stars: Damian Lewis, Will Keen, David Robb, Mark Rylance

Votes: 176

22. India's Frontier Railways (2015– )
Episode: The Last Train in Nepal (2015)

Documentary

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Star: Bernard Hill

23. India's Frontier Railways (2015– )
Episode: The Maitree Express (2015)

Documentary

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Star: Bernard Hill

24. India's Frontier Railways (2015– )
Episode: The Samjhauta Express (2015)

Documentary

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Star: Bernard Hill

25. Wolf Hall (2015– )
Episode: Three Card Trick (2015)

64 min | Drama, History

7.8
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In 1529, as Cardinal Wolsey receives news of his dismissal as Lord Chancellor, his lawyer, Thomas Cromwell, reminisces about how he and Wolsey met and the events leading up to the Cardinal's downfall.

Director: Peter Kosminsky | Stars: Mark Rylance, Bernard Hill, Richard Dillane, Jonathan Pryce

Votes: 308

26. From There to Here (2014 TV Mini-Series)

Drama

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A family saga which begins in Manchester in the summer of 1996, on the day when an IRA bomb exploded in the city center.

Stars: Philip Glenister, Steven Mackintosh, Saskia Reeves, Liz White

Votes: 349

27. Hope and Wire (2014 TV Mini-Series)

90 min | Drama

6.4
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Hope and Wire is a dramatized edition of what happened to a group of New Zealanders after the 2010 Christchurch earthquakes telling the "real story". They didn't need any extra drama, Christchurch survivors know that.

Stars: Bernard Hill, Rachel House, Jarod Rawiri, Miriama McDowell

Votes: 41

28. The Breaker (2014)

Thriller

5.0
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A man awakens with no memory of who he is or past events. He stumbles upon a house that holds the key to his past but also a dark secret.

Director: Stuart Drennan | Star: Bernard Hill

Votes: 5

29. From There to Here (2014– )
Episode: Episode #1.1 (2014)

59 min | Drama

6.8
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June 1996: Mancunian Daniel Cotton is married to Clare with two grown up children Louise and Charlie and manages a sweet factory with his gruff, adoptive father Samuel. Samuel is estranged ... See full summary »

Director: James Strong | Stars: Ben Batt, Morven Christie, Claire Cooper, Ben-Ryan Davies

Votes: 20

30. From There to Here (2014– )
Episode: Episode #1.2 (2014)

57 min | Drama

7.2
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A year has passed. Daniel is having an affair with Joanne, who gives birth to their child though both she and Claire are unaware of his duplicity. He is about to tell them both the truth ... See full summary »

Director: James Strong | Stars: Philip Glenister, Steven Mackintosh, Saskia Reeves, Liz White

Votes: 17

31. From There to Here (2014– )
Episode: Episode #1.3 (2014)

58 min | Drama

7.1
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Daniel has to face the wrath of both women in his life though Samuel, whilst berating Robbo for keeping the secret, is oddly sympathetic and Daniel moves in with him. Two years later thy ... See full summary »

Director: James Strong | Stars: Valis Volkova, Neil Ashton, Brooklyn Baker, Ben Batt

Votes: 11

32. Hope and Wire (2014– )
Episode: Part 1 (2014)

87 min | Drama

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The 7.1 September 2010 earthquake in Christchurch New Zealand. A character-based drama.

Director: Gaylene Preston | Stars: Bernard Hill, Rachel House, Jarod Rawiri, Miriama McDowell

33. Hope and Wire (2014– )
Episode: Part 2 (2014)

86 min | Drama

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The 6.3 February 2011 earthquake in Christchurch New Zealand In total, 185 people were killed in the earthquake. A character-based drama.

Director: Gaylene Preston | Stars: Bernard Hill, Rachel House, Jarod Rawiri, Miriama McDowell

34. Hope and Wire (2014– )
Episode: Part 3 (2014)

87 min | Drama

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Director: Gaylene Preston | Stars: Bernard Hill, Rachel House, Jarod Rawiri, Miriama McDowell

35. ParaNorman (2012)

PG | 92 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

7.0
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A misunderstood boy takes on ghosts, zombies and grown-ups to save his town from a centuries-old curse.

Directors: Chris Butler, Sam Fell | Stars: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Anna Kendrick, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Tucker Albrizzi

Votes: 73,715 | Gross: $55.99M

36. Falcón (2012– )

Crime, Drama

6.6
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Falcón is a brilliant detective whose personal and professional life is compromised by dark secrets from the past.

Stars: Carla Sánchez, Hayley Atwell, Rick Bacon, Santiago Cabrera

Votes: 624

37. Outpost 11 (2012)

90 min | Sci-Fi

3.9
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Set in an alternative past where steam power still rules the world, Outpost 11 is the story of three soldiers manning a remote listening post in the Arctic Circle. One day the warning light... See full summary »

Director: Anthony Woodley | Stars: Billy Clarke, Luke Healy, Bernard Hill, Joshua Mayes-Cooper

Votes: 467

38. Titanic: Case Closed (2012 TV Movie)

120 min | Documentary

7.4
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The documentary looks at the reasons behind the sinking and lack of rescue of the RMS Titanic, and sees Tim Matlin, author of several books about the Titanic travel to locations across ... See full summary »

Director: Nigel Levy | Stars: Bernard Hill, Tim Maltin, Don Murphy, Scott Woodruff

Votes: 218

39. How Britain Worked (2012– )

60 min | Documentary

8.4
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Stars: Guy Martin, Bernard Hill, Charles Doble

Votes: 32

40. Reflections on Titanic (2012)

65 min | Documentary

7.5
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A fascinating in-depth exploration of the film.

Stars: James Cameron, Jon Landau, Kate Winslet, Joseph McBride

Votes: 15

41. How Britain Worked (2012– )
Episode: Garden (2012)

Documentary

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Birmingham Botanical Gardens may seem an unlikely place to explore the wonders of the Industrial Revolution, but hidden behind its fragrant borders Guy Martin finds a hidden world of ... See full summary »

Director: James Woodroffe | Stars: Guy Martin, Bernard Hill, Charles Doble

42. How Britain Worked (2012– )
Episode: Mill (2012)

Documentary

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Guy works to get a Yorkshire saw mill up and running again, and then use it to make a replica of one of the less-celebrated inventions of the Victorian era: the first pedal-powered bicycle.

Director: James Woodroffe | Stars: Guy Martin, Bernard Hill

43. How Britain Worked (2012– )
Episode: Mine (2012)

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Director: James Woodroffe | Stars: Guy Martin, Bernard Hill

44. How Britain Worked (2012– )
Episode: Seaside (2012)

Documentary

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Director: James Woodroffe | Stars: Guy Martin, Bernard Hill

45. Falcón (2012– )
Episode: The Blind Man of Seville (2012)

89 min | Crime, Drama

6.6
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Sevillian detective Falcón investigates the murder of a restaurateur. The case triggers uncomfortable memories for Falcón and he is forced to ask difficult questions about his own late father.

Director: Pete Travis | Stars: Hayley Atwell, Rick Bacon, Mauricio Bautista, Santiago Cabrera

Votes: 75

46. How Britain Worked (2012– )
Episode: Train (2012)

Documentary

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Guy helps to overhaul a steam locomotive used on the popular Severn Valley Railway, a 16-mile stretch of track in Shropshire preserved to look just as it did in the 19th century.

Director: James Woodroffe | Stars: Guy Martin, Bernard Hill

47. How Britain Worked (2012– )
Episode: Trawler (2012)

Documentary

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Guy helps restore the oldest surviving Brixham sailing trawler, the boat that launched the modern fishing industry and transformed the way a nation ate.

Director: James Woodroffe | Stars: Guy Martin, Bernard Hill

48. The Long March to Freedom (2011 TV Mini-Series)

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In the final brutal winter of WWII, almost 100'000 Allied Prisoners of War are force-marched away from liberating Russian forces. It is the beginning of an ordeal of starvation, savagery ... See full summary »

Stars: John Akehurst, Sydney Barthorpe, Harry Buckledee, George Bull

49. The Wraith (2011)

15 min | Short, Drama, Fantasy

7.0
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From director Tom Walsh and narrated by Bernard Hill, The Wraith tells the story of a young woman trapped in limbo between the world of the living and the world of the dead. Her only ... See full summary »

Director: Tom Walsh | Stars: Mark Burman, David Clayton, Bernard Hill, Angharad Jones

Votes: 9

50. Analogue Love (2011)

8 min | Short, Drama, Romance

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At the dawn of a new age for television, Analogue Love tells the story of one TV set that technology has forgotten - but love has not.

Director: Stuart Drennan | Stars: Bernard Hill, Emma Rigby, Emmett J Scanlan