It’s not The Beatles, The Kinks or The Who, but Sundance Channel is presenting a British invasion of its own in July.
Sundance will televise new films from emerging and veteran British filmmakers every Wednesday that month at 9 p.m.
The roster is highlighted by the U.S. TV premieres of The Navigators, an absorbing tale of working-class life from Ken Loach; A.K.A., the semiautobiographical debut of writer/director Duncan Roy; and The Heart of Me, a romantic melodrama from award-winning Thaddeus O’Sullivan.
Also on the schedule: Miranda, a comic thriller marking the theatrical debut of Marc Munden (British series Touching Evil).
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