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

United Kingdom

TV guide - Thursday, 12/12/19

Wild Tales
(2014) Argentinian director Damián Szifrón's Oscar-nominated anthology of six darkly comedic short thrillers about violent revenge. In Spanish/subs. Gory violence/sexual scenes.
Mary, Queen of Scots
(1971) Vanessa Redgrave stars in a dramatisation of the life of the 16th-century Scottish queen. Glenda Jackson co-stars as her cousin and rival, England's Queen Elizabeth I. Violence.
Pimpernel Smith
(1941) Leslie Howard directs and stars in this wartime drama, based on Baroness Orczy's novel. A mild-mannered archaeologist smuggles refugees to safety from under the Nazis' noses.
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(1971) Drama. After the Battle of Culloden in 1746, a young and naive lad, Lawrence Douglas, has a succession of dangerous adventures with a fleeing Jacobite rebel, Michael Caine.
Only the Brave
(2017) Josh Brolin, Miles Teller and Jeff Bridges star in a fact-based drama about a team of firefighters who risk their lives to tackle wildfires. With Jennifer Connelly. Upsetting scenes.
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.
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.

TV guide - Friday, 12/13/19

(1979) Drama with Phil Daniels. A youth finds excitement and a sense of belonging in 1960s mod culture. But the scene has its darker side. Violence/very strong, offensive language/drugs.
The Miracle of Morgan's Creek
(1943) Screwball comedy. In director Preston Sturges' sideswipe at 1940s US morals, Betty Hutton stars as a small-town girl whose marital status may be in doubt, but her pregnancy isn't.
The Great Sioux Uprising
(1953) Western starring Jeff Chandler. An ex-army doctor arrives at a frontier outpost and walks straight into a conflict between Native Americans and the town's horse traders.
Fantastic Voyage
(1966) Classic sci-fi adventure. Raquel Welch and Donald Pleasence are among the crew of a miniaturised submarine that's injected into an injured diplomat's body in a bid to save his life.
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.
The Imitation Game
(2014) Benedict Cumberbatch in Oscar-nominated role as Alan Turing, the socially awkward mathematician, WWII code-breaker, father of the modern computer and demonised homosexual. Violence.
The Bank Job
(2008) Bank heist thriller. Jason Statham stars as the leader of a gang of thieves whose lucrative job lands them in grave danger. Very strong language/violence/sexual scenes.