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On this year’s Britflicks must-see British Indie Films list we have something for everyone, drama, animation, thrillers, horror and comedy. UK films from old dogs like Ken Loach (I, Daniel Blake) to debut features from newcomers like, Joe Stephenson (Chicken), Stephen Fingleton (The Survivalist) and Helen Walsh (The Violators). Take a look and of course if you think we've missed some let us know in the comments box below.
The list is in no particular order so just enjoy and keep supporting Independent British Film!
I, DANIEL BLAKE - Directed By Ken Loach - UK
Loach’s film pulls no punches. it’s direct, outspoken and unsparing in its criticism of a callous welfare system.
Read the Britflicks I, Daniel Blake review here.
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CHICKEN - Directed By Joe Stephenson - UK
Chicken is remarkably assured and powerful, Joe Stephenson behind the camera and Scott Chambers in front of it both have more than what it takes.
Read Britflicks' Chicken review here.
URBAN HYMN - Directed By Michael Caton-Jones - UK
You buy into their characters who wholeheartedly deliver their performances.
Read Britflicks' Urban Hymn review here.
ADULT LIFE SKILLS - Directed By Rachel Tunnard - UK
A quirky, witty and moving film about grief and identity.
Read Britflicks' Adult Life Skills review here.
EDDIE THE EAGLE - Directed By Dexter Fletcher - UK/GER/US
A really enjoyable, funny, feel-good and very well-made British film.
Read Britflicks' Eddie The Eagle review here.
ETHEL AND ERNEST - Directed By Roger Mainwood - UK
A social history of 20th century Britain seen through the prism of the everyday life of two decent, ordinary people.
Read Britflicks' Ethel And Ernest review here.
THE CHILDHOOD OF A LEADER - Directed By Brady Corbet - UK/France/Hungary
It ignores convention in ways that bring to mind the early Orson Welles of Citizen Kane.
Read Britflicks' the Childhood Of a Leader here.
THE PASSING (Yr Ymadawiad) - Directed By Gareth Bryn UK/CYMRU
For anyone who wants suspense, a visual feast, and just that little bit of dark, forbidden intensity.
Read Britflicks' review of The Passing here.
THE SURVIVALIST - Directed By Stephen Fingleton - UK
Every unsparing physical detail is uncomfortably convincing and realistic – there are no special effects. Shot in natural light, the images speak for themselves.
Read Britflicks' The Survivalist review here.
THE VIOLATORS - Directed By Helen Walsh - UK
Filmed with a bleak colour palette that’s enlivened by the bright colours of an amusement arcade and a fairground, The Violators is grimly realistic and authentic.
Read Britflicks' review here.
SUNSET SONG – Directed by Terence Davies - UK/ LUX
A young heroine who must endure the hardships of rural Scottish life, whilst the Great War looms ever closer.
REMAINDER - Directed By Omer Fast - UK/GER
A visually stunning mixture of mind-bending puzzle and stylish thriller.
CRUEL SUMMER - Directed By Phillip Escott - UK
Appropriately titled ‘Cruel’ Summer, this remarkable film is unrelenting throughout.
Read Briflicks' review here.
BREAKDOWN - Directed By Jonnie Malachi - UK
A professional Hitman (Craig Fairbrass) has to defend his family after falling out with his employer, played by the very suave James Cosmo.
THE GUV'NOR - Directed By Paul Van Carter - UK
THE GUV’NOR is not simply a documentary following the ups and downs of an East London cheeky-chap, it is also a fascinating study of the fragility and vulnerability of a man mainly associated with ferocity and violence and his position in society.
HALF WAY – Directed By Daisy-May Hudson - UK
A moving documentary portrait of the UK housing crisis told through the eyes of director Daisy-May Hudson whose family is affected.
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