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

United Kingdom

TV guide - Friday, 12/06/19

Searching for Ingmar Bergman
(2018) Documentary. German director Margarethe von Trotta's exploration of the Swedish filmmaker's life, work and legacy. With contributions from his actors and the directors he influenced.
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
(1958) Fact-based drama. Ingrid Bergman stars as Gladys Aylward, a Christian missionary in 1930s China who saved 100 children from death in the Second Sino-Japanese War.
Man in the Saddle
(1951) Western. Randolph Scott stars as a rancher who's the target of unwelcome harassment by his richer and more powerful neighbour. With Alexander Knox, Joan Leslie and Ellen Drew.
Doctor Dolittle
(1967) Musical family adventure starring Rex Harrison. Tired of treating humans, a doctor trains to be a vet, learns the language of the animals and goes in search of legendary creatures.
(2016) Biblical drama with Joseph Fiennes. A Roman legionary officer is ordered to find the missing body of the crucified Yeshua, who is rumoured to be a Jewish messiah. Violence.
Film4 Interview Programmes:...
...Talking Film: Stars and directors talk about the experience of making movies in this compendium of personal and practical reflections.
Hitman: Agent 47
(2015) Violent action-thriller starring Rupert Friend, Hannah Ware and Zachary Quinto. A scientist's daughter is hunted by a genetically modified assassin. Strong language/flashing images.
Brawl in Cell Block 99
(2017) Thriller starring Vince Vaughn. After losing his job, a man becomes a drugs courier and ends up in jail. But his problems are just starting. Strong language/brutal bloody violence.

TV guide - Saturday, 12/07/19

(2013) Dark comedy-drama. James McAvoy stars as a debauched, misanthropic policeman whose life is in a grim tailspin. Adults only: very strong and offensive language/sex/violence/drug use.
The Choir
(2014) Drama starring Dustin Hoffman and Garrett Wareing. After his mother dies in a car crash, a troubled boy is sent to a prestigious national academy that focuses on choral music.
Stuart Little
(1999) Charming part-animated family fantasy about the adventures of a talking mouse who is adopted as a son by a human family. With Hugh Laurie, Geena Davis and the voice of Michael J Fox.
Holiday Inn
(1942) Classic musical with Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire as a song-and-dance team, and Marjorie Reynolds as the gal who catches both men's eye. Featuring best-selling song White Christmas.
Playing for Keeps
(2012) Romantic comedy-drama. Gerard Butler stars as a man suffering setbacks and temptations as he attempts to rebuild his relationship with his ex-wife, Jessica Biel. With Uma Thurman.
The Imitation Game
(2014) Benedict Cumberbatch was Oscar-nominated for his role as Alan Turing, the socially awkward mathematician, WWII code-breaker, father of the modern computer and demonised homosexual.
The Heat
(2013) Broad-humoured comedy from the director of Bridesmaids. Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy star as mismatched cops who are forced to work together. Strong language/drugs/violence.