Lizzie Francke

Born: London

Highlighted works

  • Remainder

    Remainder

    Omer Fast delivers a startling adaptation of Tom McCarthy’s acclaimed first novel, starring Tom Sturridge.

  • The Duke of Burgundy

    The Duke of Burgundy

    A dark and erotic melodrama from Peter Strickland, the multi-award winning writer and director of Berberian Sound Studio and Katalin Varga.

  • The Falling

    The Falling

    Carol Morley’s second narrative feature is set at a strict English girls’ school in 1969, where a mysterious fainting epidemic breaks out threatening the stability of all involved.

  • Dark Horse

    Dark Horse

    Dark Horse tells the larger-than-life true story of how a barmaid in a former mining village in South Wales bred a racehorse on her allotment that went on to become a champion.

  • Iona

    Iona

    A haunting story about a young woman and her teenage son who seek refuge from a violent crime among a tight-knit religious community on the island of Iona.

  • 45 Years

    45 Years

    A double prize winner at the Berlin Film Festival, Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years follows Kate Mercer (Charlotte Rampling) and her husband (Tom Courtenay) in the turbulent five days leading up to their 45th wedding anniversary.

  • A Syrian Love Story

    A Syrian Love Story

    Filmed over five years, A Syrian Love Story charts an incredible odyssey to political freedom in the west. For Raghda and Amer, it is a journey of hope, dreams and despair: for the revolution, their homeland and each other.

  • Who's Gonna Love Me Now?

    Who's Gonna Love Me Now?

    A heartwarmer about a London-based man who is stuggling to reconcile with his Israeli family, while finding a new ‘family’ in the London Gay Men’s Chorus.

  • The Sky Trembles and the Earth Is Afraid and the Two Eyes Are Not Brothers

    The Sky Trembles and the Earth Is Afraid and the Two Eyes Are Not Brothers

    Part documentary, part fable, Ben Rivers’ film is shot against the dizzying landscape of the Atlas Mountains and the desert sands of the Moroccan Sahara.

  • Innocence of Memories  Orhan Pamuk's Museum & Istanbul

    Innocence of Memories Orhan Pamuk's Museum & Istanbul

    A dreamlike wandering through the streets of Istanbul, Grant Gee's film recounts the tale of doomed love from Orhan Pamuk’s best-selling novel The Museum of Innocence.

  • X + Y

    X + Y

    Directed by BAFTA award winning filmmaker Morgan Matthews, X+Y is the uplifting and inspiring story of a teenager’s struggle to make sense of the world around him.

  • High-Rise

    High-Rise

    Tom Hiddleston stars in Ben Wheatley’s darkly subversive adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s cult novel.

  • Control

    Control

    Photographer-turned-director Anton Corbijn turns the short life of his friend Ian Curtis, lead singer of Joy Division, into a mesmerising black and white elegy.

  • How to Change the World

    How to Change the World

    Using never before seen archive that brings their extraordinary world to life, How to Change the World is the story of the pioneers who founded Greenpeace.

  • Free Fire

    Free Fire

    Ben Wheatley directs this all-guns-blazing bullet opera, starring Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy and Armie Hammer.

  • Love Is All

    Love Is All

    Love Is All takes us on a journey through the 20th century, exploring love and courtship on screen in a century of unprecedented social upheaval.

  • Hyena

    Hyena

    Michael Logan (Peter Ferdinando) is an anti­hero for our times: a natural predator and a complex mix of high­functioning addict and corrupt police officer.

  • Second Coming

    Second Coming

    Jackie (Nadine Marshall) and her husband, Mark (Idris Elba) must come to terms with a seemingly miraculous pregnancy in this exciting feature debut from award-winning British playwright Debbie Tucker Green.

  • My Nazi Legacy

    My Nazi Legacy

    Three men travel together across Europe. For two of them the journey involves a confrontation with the acts of their fathers, who were both senior Nazi officers.

  • Spaceship

    Spaceship

    British teen cinema gets an injection of hallucinogenic imagination, plus a few unicorns and aliens, in Alex Taylor’s debut feature.

  • Sunset Song

    Sunset Song

    Agyness Deyn and Peter Mullan star in Terence Davies' glorious adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s 1932 novel.

  • Slow West

    Slow West

    Set at the end of the 19th century, Slow West follows the story of 16-year-old Jay Cavendish as he journeys across the American Frontier in search of the woman he loves, accompanied by a mysterious traveller named Silas (Michael Fassbender).

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