Ruffian Hearts 1995

An off-beat romantic comedy about the complex relationships between the inhabitants of a Glasgow tenement block. The final film in the Love Bites trilogy.

Der Schachtel 1968

Die Schachtel (The Box), 1968. 35mm film transfer to videotape, black-and-white, sound; 29 minutes.

Lord of Misrule 1996

Comedy drama. Retired Lord Chancellor Bill Webster decides to sell his memoirs to a tabloid newspaper in order to save his crumbling Cornish house. The Prime Minister wants to stop him as he believes the government will fall if his book is published. One of Bill's old girlfriends, now the Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries, is sent to try and stop him, but also on his trail is a tabloid journalist who senses a scoop.

(A)lter (A)ction 1968

(A)lter (A)ction, 1968. Videotape, black-and-white, sound; 65 minutes (director's edit: 57 minute television version).

Food for Ravens 1997

A biopic by the dramatist Trevor Griffiths of Aneurin "Nye" Bevan, the British Labour politician who founded the country's National Health Service in the 1940s.

Hochzeit zu viert 2001

14 years ago, the two couples Lukas and Susanne and Johanna and Markus met at the registry office. Since then, they have been celebrating their anniversary together each year. But the beautiful appearance of the harmonious marital happiness deceives. When the two women find out that their husbands go alien, Lukas and Markus are left by their partners. After a year you meet again. "Wedding four" is a great melodrama about two couples who find each other in a roundabout way. With Harald Krassnitzer, Renee Soutendijk, Michaela May and Elmar Wepper.