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Overshadowed

Overshadowed

A story about one of Britains most loved and respected artists in the music industry. Matt Deighton was the front man of ‘Mother Earth’ and famously replaced Noel Gallagher in ‘Oasis’.

Matt takes us on a journey through his life, exploring many musical highs whilst dealing with the challenges of his own mental health issues.

We hear from friends and collaborators such as Paul Weller, Chris Difford, Bill Fay, Marti Pellow and Carleen Anderson.

A warm, magical and remarkable voyage with Matt Deighton – the singer songwriter we ought to know.

 

Delve into Matt Deighton’s music. and the world of Mother Brown Films

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Muscle

Muscle

Muscle is a darkly funny psychological thriller filmed entirely in black and white and set in a testosterone-fueled world of hardcore gyms. It follows Simon (Cavan Clerkin), a directionless and unhappy office worker whose life is gradually taken over by domineering personal trainer Terry (Craig Fairbrass).

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10×10

10×10

Being kidnapped from a car park in broad daylight is shocking enough, but when Lewis (Luke Evans) starts probing Cathy (Kelly Reilly) about her past, she soon realises that she wasn’t a random pick… time is running out for her to escape her 10×10 cell!

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Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope

When Carl (Toby Jones) returns home from a short stint in prison, all he wants to do is forget. But when his overbearing mother (Anne Reid) turns up for a visit, Carl starts to unravel at an alarming rate. Just how far is he prepared to go to escape his mother’s mental stranglehold?

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The Beyond

The Beyond

Having a huge void or wormhole appear next to your home planet is one thing, but when you lose an astronaut into it, then things get a whole lot more serious!

What’s on the other side? Where’s our astronaut? Are we as a species in imminent danger? We have all the questions, but the answers lie somewhere in The Beyond…

 

 

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BrOTHERHOOD

BrOTHERHOOD

Noel Clarke returns as Sam Peel in the final episode of his hugely successful Hood Trilogy – BrOTHERHOOD. A fitting end to an epic 10 years of West London street life!

With Sam settled in to family bliss, a sudden event throws a dark cloud over everything¬†that he holds dear. Hard decisions have to be made with potentially terrifying consequences…

True to form, Noel doesn’t pull any punches in BrOTHERHOOD, so sit back, strap in, and submerge yourself in this gritty finale!