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19/03/2018 Requiem
26/03/2018 Breathless
26/03/2018 Female Fight Club
02/04/2018 Score: A Film Music Documentary
02/04/2018 A Place To Call Home
09/04/2018 Heimat: Limited Edition Box Set
12/04/2018 Marcella Series 2 and Series 1&2 Box Set
23/04/2018 The Good Karma Hospital Series Two and Complete One and Two Box Set
23/04/2018 Striking Out Series Two and Complete One and Two Box Set
30/04/2018 The Parkinsons: A Long Way To Nowhere
07/05/2018 Save Me
14/05/2018 Space Truckers

'Score: A Film Music Documentary' comes to DVD and VOD

From the spine-tingling sounds of the Star Wars theme to the terror-inducing Jaws signature piece via the instantly nostalgia inducing sounds of E.T., Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Raiders of the Lost Ark, what is it about these scores that make a film and a lifetime of memories?

Now a fascinating new feature documentary Score: A Film Music Documentary from director Matt Schrader, featuring the work of some 60 plus of Hollywood's elite composers, takes a privileged look inside the musical challenges and creative secrecy of the world's most international music genre: the film score. It arrives on DVD and VOD, complete with a slew of special features on 2 April 2018 from Dogwoof.

A film composer is a musical scientist of sorts, and the influence they have to complement a film and garner powerful and lasting reactions from global audiences can be a daunting task to take on. Score: A Film Music Documentary contains interviews with dozens of inspiring film composers including Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Danny Elfman, Trent Reznor, Quincy Jones, Rachel Portman, Bear McCreary, alongside director James Cameron.

'Spotlights such a rich and fascinating topic - the craft of motion picture scoring - that its mere presence proves a feast for the eyes and ears'

LA Times

'The Parkinsons: A Long Way To Nowhere' comes to DVD

London. The dawn of the new Millennium. The Britpop party is over and the UK music scene is suffering from a severe hangover. The promise that Things Can Only Get Better now seems like a distant dream. Then, as if from nowhere, The Parkinsons burst onto the scene and give the music business a shot in the arm and a kick up the arse.

Singer Afonso, guitarist Victor, and bassist Pedro, arrive in London from Coimbra, Portugal - land of Fado, Catholicism and boredom, in search of adventure, and team up with fiery Scottish drummer Chris Low. Soon the loud and riotous band The Parkinsons are on the rampage.

Described as a cross between the Sex Pistols and Iggy Pop, their rise to fame and notoriety was rapid, and their reputation for chaos preceded them, with a penchant for getting naked and abusing anyone who got in the way of their rock 'n' roll mentality.

'One of the finest rock'n'roll films'

Uber Rock

Anna Friel 'Marcella' Series 2 & Box Set Arrive on DVD

DESCRIBED AS 'One of the most watchable actresses on telly' (Sunday Mirror), International Emmy award-winning star Anna Friel returns to our screens as the troubled detective for a second-series of Marcella. This darker than dark, Scandi-Noir style drama arrives on DVD following its run on ITV, alongside Marcella Series One and Two Box Set courtesy of Acorn Media International on 16 April 2018.

Following the critically acclaimed first series we join Marcella as she investigates a new that is disturbingly close to home. When a body is discovered inside a wall, the devastated police officer soon works out that it's schoolboy and friend of her son, Leo Priestley, who was abducted a few years beforehand.

Alongside her team, the unflinching and unrelenting detective is willing to push boundaries in her dogged pursuit of the child killer, whatever the emotional and relational collateral damage may be. Driven by justice, Marcella has an innate recklessness and will do whatever it takes in its pursuit, even if it means damaging herself and those around her.

'A gripping British take on Scandi noir'

The Mirror

Hit Australian drama 'A Place To Call Home' Series 5 & Box Set Arrive on DVD

FILLED WITH scandalous secrets, family drama and romance, Australia's multi award-winning A Place To Call Home returns for series five and arrives on DVD, alongside A Place To Call Home Complete Series One to Five Box Set courtesy of Acorn Media International on 2 April 2018, following its run on BBC One.

Featuring Jack Irish favourite Marta Dusseldorp in the lead role and set against the sweeping backdrop of 1950s Australia, A Place To Call Home tells the story of nurse Sarah Adams, a woman with a mysterious past, who returns to Australia after 20 years abroad. An encounter on her voyage home ties her to the Blighs, a wealthy pastoralist family living in New South Wales who have some secrets of their own. The series stars a stellar cast including Noni Hazlehurst, Brett Climo, Craig Hall, Abby Earl and David Barry.

Four years after we first met the Bligh family, series five finds their estate, Ash Park, in danger. It's 1958 and the malicious Sir Richard Bennett's involvement in their financial affairs puts their ownership at risk. Could Regina be their only hope of salvation or can't they trust anyone to help save their home?

Make a place in your heart and a place in your DVD collection for A Place To Call Home.

'A captivating, deeply romantic drama of immense intelligence'

Wall Street Journal