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List of Channel 4 movies, listed alphabetically with film trailers when available. Channel 4 has produced some popular movies, so film buffs can use this list to find a few that they haven't already seen. This best Channel 4 movies list displays shorts as well as feature films made by Channel 4, including theatrical releases, limited releases, and made-for-TV Channel 4 movies.

List contains movies like Hunger and Maurice.

If you want to answer the questions, "What movies did Channel 4 produce?" and "What films did Channel 4 distribute?" then this list can help you out.
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Maurice is a 1987 British romantic drama film based on the novel of the same title by E. M. Forster. It is a tale of homosexual love in early 20th century England, following its main character Maurice Hall from his school days through university until he is united with his life partner. Maurice was produced by Ismail Merchant via Merchant Ivory Productions and Film Four International, directed by James Ivory, and written by Ivory and Kit Hesketh-Harvey, with cinematography by Pierre Lhomme. In the style of Merchant Ivory's A Room with a View, old book endpapers accompany the theme music played in minor scale at the beginning and in major scale at the end to bracket the film as a ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Helena Bonham Carter, Hugh Grant, Ben Kingsley, Denholm Elliott, Rupert Graves, + more

Released: 1987

Directed by: James Ivory

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The Draughtsman's Contract is a 1982 British film written and directed by Peter Greenaway – his first conventional feature film. Originally produced for Channel 4 the film is a form of murder mystery, set in rural Wiltshire, England in 1694. The period setting is reflected in Michael Nyman's score, which borrows extensively from Henry Purcell and in the extensive and elaborate costume designs. The action was shot on location in the house and formal gardens of Groombridge Place. The film received the prestigious Grand Prix of the Belgian Film Critics Association. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Janet Suzman, Anthony Higgins, Hugh Fraser, Anne-Louise Lambert, Dave Hill, + more

Released: 1982

Directed by: Peter Greenaway

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The Power of the Game is a 2007 documentary directed by Michael Apted. The film shows several stories across the world highlighting the social impact of soccer. The film premiered at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival. ...more on Wikipedia

Released: 2007

Directed by: Michael Apted

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The Red Violin is a 1998 Canadian drama film directed by François Girard. It spans four centuries and five countries as it tells the story of a mysterious violin and its many owners. The film was an international co-production among companies in Canada, Italy, and the United Kingdom. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Samuel L. Jackson, Sandra Oh, Greta Scacchi, Jason Flemyng, Colm Feore, + more

Released: 1998

Directed by: François Girard

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