Film4 is a British free-to-air television channel owned by the Channel Four Television Corporation, that broadcasts films.

United Kingdom

TV guide - Wednesday, 04/12/19

Looking for Eric
(2009) Ken Loach's drama stars Steve Evets as a postman trying to win his wife back and who finds advice coming from his footballing hero Eric Cantona. Very strong language/drug use.
The Fighting Kentuckian
(1949) Western with John Wayne and Oliver Hardy. In Alabama in 1818, two ex-Kentucky militiamen side with exiled French settlers against a land-grabber. With Grant Withers and Vera Ralston.
Sword of Sherwood Forest
(1960) Adventure with Richard Greene and Peter Cushing. A reworking of the exploits of the legendary Robin Hood, who foils the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham. With a young Oliver Reed.
Last Train from Gun Hill
(1959) Kirk Douglas and Anthony Quinn star in John Sturges's western. A US Marshal sets out to arrest the men who raped and murdered his wife - only to discover he knows one of them.
The Return of the Musketeers
(1989) Action adventure with Michael York, Oliver Reed, Frank Finlay and Richard Chamberlain. The Musketeers set out to rescue Queen Anne from a dastardly plot hatched by her lover.
The Monuments Men
(2014) George Clooney's fact-based World War II drama. A group of art experts form a unit to prevent the Nazis from stealing or destroying globally important cultural artefacts.
Die Hard 4.0
(2007) Violent action-thriller. Bruce Willis returns as the wisecracking cop John McClane, who takes on a group of terrorists who threaten to hack into America's computer infrastructure.
Blue Is the Warmest Colour
(2013) Award-winning drama charting the romantic relationship between two young women (Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux). In French/subs. Adults only: very strong language/explicit sex.

TV guide - Thursday, 05/12/19

The Gunfight at Dodge City
(1959) Western starring Joel McCrea. After his brother is shot in the back, a man takes a stand against a corrupt sheriff in order to bring justice and the rule of law to Dodge City.
War of the Wildcats
(1943) Western starring John Wayne, Albert Dekker and Martha Scott. A cowboy and an oilman become fierce rivals when they clash over lucrative drilling rights and fall for the same woman.
Arabian Nights
(1942) Adventure starring Jon Hall, Leif Erickson and Maria Montez. In medieval Baghdad, the caliph and his brother bitterly fight for power and the love of the beautiful Scheherazade.
Dakota Incident
(1956) Western. Dale Robertson stars as a bank robber who decides to abandon his life of crime, but finds himself fighting for his life when his stagecoach is ambushed by the Cheyenne.
A Beautiful Mind
(2001) Russell Crowe stars in the multi-Oscar-winning biopic of John Nash, the mathematician who battled paranoid schizophrenia and won the Nobel Prize in Economics. Upsetting scenes.
The Hitman's Bodyguard
(2017) Action-comedy about a bodyguard hired to protect a hitman on his way to give evidence against a ruthless dictator. With Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L Jackson. Strong language/violence.