British films not to miss in 2015

The year has already served up some great British films, The Theory of Everything which triumphed at a number of Awards ceremonies, Testament of Youth and Ex Machina to name a few, and it’s going to only continue as we get into the fifth month of the year.

Not only is it going to be a brilliant year for British cinema, it’s going to be versatile too, with hard-hitting dramas, period movies, book adaptions and action all set to hit the big screen between now and the end of 2015.

Here we go through eight of the British movies that really can’t be missed.

Far from the Madding Crowd

Far From Madding Crowd film poster

Carey Mulligan stars in the new version of Thomas Hardy's classic love story, that sees her play the independent Bathsheba Everdeneand her struggle with the choice of three very different suitors.

Danish director Thomas Vinterberg takes the helm and author David Nicholls, best known for romance novel One Day, adapted the novel into the screenplay.

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