Garden of Evil
Release Date: November 4The Garden of Evil, is the winner of best cinematography at DocEdge and one of their best performing films this year.Director Larry Keating delves into the mysterious stories of New Zealand hero, Sir Peter Blake and eco-warrior, Captain Pete Bethune. Both men were brutally attacked in the Brazilian Amazon. Blake was murdered; Bethune narrowly escaped with his life. While they were on separate expeditions, 16 years apart, the film sets out to prove the attacks were closely related. Bethune, together with three investigative journalists, unravels the connections between corruption, organised crime, and violence in one of the most dangerous ports on the Amazon.
The Many Saints of Newark
Offensive Language, R16, Sex Scenes, Violence
Release Date: November 4
THE MANY SAINTS OF NEWARK is a compelling gangster drama that unfolds the origin story of Tony Soprano – the family, circumstances and decisions that pave the path for becoming the most iconic gangster boss of all time. Revealing the influence of his uncle / surrogate father Dickie Moltisanti, this is the backstory of how the man was made, with rich storytelling that shows the humanity behind Tony’s struggles, his choices and the ultimate rise of the brutal mafioso he will one day become.
Starring Alessandro Nivola (Disobedience, American Hustle), Tony®-winner Leslie Odom Jr. (Broadway’s Hamilton, Murder on the Orient Express), Michael Gandolfini (TV’s The Deuce), Jon Bernthal (Baby Driver, The Wolf of Wall Street), Corey Stoll (First Man, Ant-Man), Billy Magnussen (Game Night, The Big Short), Michela De Rossi (Boys Cry, TV’s The Rats), John Magaro (The Finest Hours, Not Fade Away), with Emmy®-winner Ray Liotta (TV’s Shades of Blue, Goodfellas) and Oscar®-nominee Vera Farmiga (Up in the Air, The Conjuring films). Directed by Alan Taylor (Thor: The Dark World, TV’s Game of Thrones, TV’s Madmen), who won an Emmy® for his directing work on The Sopranos.
Exclusively in cinemas from November 4.
Rating to be confirmed
Release Date: December 2
Oscar-nominated Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve directs this adaption of Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel, led by Timothée Chalamet and with an all-star cast including Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Oscar Isaac, Dave Bautista, Zendaya, Javier Bardem Charlotte Rampling and Jason Momoa.