Jim Arnaud (Jim Cummings), a Texan police officer, struggles to raise his daughter as a love letter to his late Mom. A tragicomic portrait of a failing figure of authority in America.Find Out More
Moor portraits a world-renowned opera singer who becomes trapped in a hostage situation when she's invited to perform for a wealthy industrialist in South AmericaFind Out More
A mother concerned about her young son’s disturbing behavior thinks something supernatural may be affecting him.Find Out More
First Light tells the compelling true story behind the youngest Spitfire pilot to fight in the Battle of BritainFind Out More
Destination Wedding is an unconventional and wildly inventive look at two misfits determined not to get suckered by love.Find Out More
A two feature special dedicated to the late, truly great American stand-up comedian, Bill Hicks!Find Out More
Launched in November 2008, Kaleidoscope is an award-winning, London based, independent all-rights distributor with a catalogue in excess of 2,000 features and Television Series.
Kaleidoscope offers our partners a unique 360 distribution model, covering theatrical, all physical and digital distribution channels, TV sales and all ancillary rights.
We maintain long-standing relationships with all major UK exhibitors, digital vendors, physical retailers and wholesalers and broadcasters, offering an unrivalled distribution base for maximum revenue generation.
Our principle management team is highly experienced, and all our executives are highly talented, commercial individuals, with a passion for film, who we believe are among the very best in the business.
Kaleidoscope operates and owns several successful co-brands – the principal four being international distribution company Kaleidoscope Film Distribution, theatrical specialist Icon Film Distribution, Platform Entertainment and acclaimed documentary label, Spectrum.
Past releases include Joss Whedon’s acclaimed Much Ado About Nothing, Sundance Grand Jury Prize Winner, The Wolfpack, high-octane action feature, A Lonely Place To Die, family animated features, Spark and Khumba: A Zebra’s Tale, respectively featuring the voices of Jessica Biel, Susan Sarandon, Patrick Stewart and Hilary Swank, and Steve Buscemi and Liam Neeson, Alice Lowe black comedy Prevenge, the Idris Elba starring Second Coming, the epic tale of the Dunlop road racing dynasty, Road, narrated by Liam Neeson, World War 2 thriller, Winter in Wartime.
Further titles include rip-roaring TV series’ Spartacus and Black Sails, The Complete Adventures of Tintin, Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto, We Were Soldiers and What Women Want, the Ryan Gosling starred Drive and Nice Guys, alongside Russell Crowe, Ryan Reynolds in Buried, the acclaimed WW2 thriller, Anthropoid, Nicolas Winding Refn’s, The Neon Demon, and The Road, starring Viggo Mortensen.