Jamie Wolpert

Highlighted works

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • The Girl with All the Gifts

    The Girl with All the Gifts

    In this post-apocalyptic drama, humanity has been all but destroyed by a mutated fungal disease that eradicates free will and turns its victims into flesh-eating 'hungries'. 

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • God's Own Country

    God's Own Country

    A Yorkshire sheep farmer develops a relationship with a Romanian migrant worker with this acclaimed first feature by Francis Lee.

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