Supporting the best of British film-making
Since the 1930’s we have proudly supported the British Film Industry. We are proud to continue this commitment in supporting the very best of British film-making and have pledged to support the industry to ensure its continued growth.
You’ll see the Back British Film icon throughout our site – look out for it and enjoy home-grown-films.
If you’re a member of ODEON Première Club, you’ll get an extra 100 ODEON points if you see our British Film of the Month.
Thriller 'The Imitation Game' centres on the English mathematician and cryptographer who helped crack the Nazi's Enigma code during World War II.
As the Allied forces fought on the battlefields, a team of young geniuses led by the brilliant computer scientist Alan Turing were in a race against time at the Bletchley Park code-breaking centre, trying desperately to demystify the Enigma code used by the Axis powers to protect their communications.
Despite Turing's contributions to the war effort, he was later prosecuted for acts of 'gross indecency' after engaging in homosexual relations. 'The Imitation Game' also stars Keira Knightley (Atonement).
'Mr. Turner' examines the last 25 years of the great if eccentric landscape painter J.M.W. Turner (Timothy Spall), one of the most important figures in British art history.
A popular and anarchic member of the Royal Academy of Arts, Turner visited brothels, stayed with the country aristocracy, and had himself strapped to the mast of a ship so he could paint a snowstorm. He died in Chelsea, having lived there incognito for some time with a seaside landlady.
Timothy Spall won the Best Actor award at Cannes 2014 for his performance as 'Mr. Turner.'