Christopher Collins

Born: 16 April 1962
Died: 1 November 2014

Highlighted works

  • 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.

  • Spaceship

    Spaceship

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

  • The Goob

    The Goob

    During a long hot summer in rural Norfolk, it’s a rough coming-of-age for Goob Taylor (newcomer Liam Walpole) in this debut feature from Guy Myhill.

  • Catch Me Daddy

    Catch Me Daddy

    Catch Me Daddy is a bold and blistering British debut from Daniel and Matthew Wolfe about a girl on the run from her family who is hiding out in West Yorkshire.

  • 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.

  • Suffragette

    Suffragette

    The first feature film to tell the story of the ordinary British women at the turn of the last century who risked everything in the fight for equality and the right to vote.

  • Sunset Song

    Sunset Song

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

  • Departure

    Departure

    Juliet Stevenson and Alex Lawther star in this drama about a mother and son, both ‘coming of age’ on their own transformative journeys.

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