Reconstructing stories from the real-life letters, diaries and interviews of World War 1 veterans through stunning VFX and exclusive access to replica aircrafts, explore the incredible true story of the Royal Flying Corps’ struggle for air superiority over the Western Front like never before.Find Out More
In a once glamorous Scarborough hotel, away from prying eyes, two couples laugh, quarrel, and make love as they come to terms with the impossibility of their forbidden love. At 16 years old, two of them are still at school... and the others, their teachers.Watch TrailerFind Out More
Launched in 2008, Kaleidoscope is a global independent all-rights entertainment distributor, with theatrical, digital, physical and international distribution operations. The catalogue now contains more than 1,700 features.
Projects include new family animation StarDog and TurboCat, voiced by Luke Evans, Nick Frost, Bill Nighy and Gemma Arterton; and madcap espionage animation feature, Spycies, from the team behind Secret Life of Pets, Despicable Me and Minions, Joss Whedon’s acclaimed Much Ado About Nothing, Sundance Grand Jury Prize Winner, The Wolfpack, family animated features, Spark and Khumba: A Zebra’s Tale, respectively featuring the voices of Jessica Biel, Susan Sarandon, Patrick Stewart and Hilary Swank, and Steve Buscemi and Liam Neeson, Alice Lowe black comedy Prevenge, the Idris Elba starring Second Coming, the epic tale of the Dunlop road racing dynasty, Road, narrated by Liam Neeson, World War 2 thriller, Winter in Wartime.
Recently Kaleidoscope has acquired Platform Entertainment and Icon Film Distribution, adding to the catalogue titles such as rip-roaring TV series’ Spartacus and Black Sails, Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto, We Were Soldiers and What Women Want, the Ryan Gosling starred Drive and Nice Guys, alongside Russell Crowe, Ryan Reynolds in Buried, the acclaimed WW2 thriller, Anthropoid, Nicolas Winding Refn’s, The Neon Demon, and The Road, starring Viggo Mortensen.