The world's best creative films, from established names and new artistic talent, and from avant-garde visual art to music video, spoken word and eye-popping animation
A journey from futuristic folk grime and zombies to a dramatic carwash with Shia LaBeouf
Series 2 Episode 1
Including Romeo and Juliet shot by drones and the premiere of Reggie Yates' drama Roadkill
Series 2 Episode 2
Including a satire on the future of data storage and a comedy with a downtrodden husband
Series 2 Episode 3
Including a paranormal dark comedy inspired by a haunted toaster, and much more
Series 2 Episode 4
Including a powerful animation about Greek fishermen rescuing refugees, and much more
Series 2 Episode 5
More creative films, including Jam!, which takes food porn to a beyond-logical conclusion
Series 2 Episode 6
Including a kids-only dystopia. And trees fight back in a trippy animation.
Series 4 Episode 2
Musician Laura Marling catches comedian Tim Key's eye. Plus: how to be rad.
Series 4 Episode 3
Robert Sheehan is down and out in LA. A Chelsea supporter enters frame left.
Series 4 Episode 4
The greatest library you've never seen, a gruesome waking nightmare in a circus, and more
Series 4 Episode 5
A teen finger-swipes her way into digital oblivion. A sexy doughnut is asking to be eaten.
Series 4 Episode 6
A Peckham auntie reclaims the streets on horseback. Plus: a bird puppet jazz ensemble.
Series 5 Episode 1
An insta-perfect life is a waking nightmare. Noel Fielding plays a dying angel.
Series 5 Episode 2
Bodies collide in new configurations in an elegant movement piece. And much more.
Series 5 Episode 3
Botis Seva explores parenthood through dance. A teenager confronts her doppelgangers.
Series 5 Episode 4
A magical tapestry comes to life. Plus: an animated champagne bath for our emotions.
Series 5 Episode 5
A swimming pool receives uninvited guests. Pink balloons are in hot pursuit of a woman.
Series 5 Episode 6
The Gift blends grime with surrealism, exploring the theme of identity
Black Britain: The Gift
Sci-fi art documentary that looks at the unseen presence of black women in science
Black Britain: Dark Matter
Women and non-binary people discuss the intersection of their identities
Black Britain: The Muse