Artificial Eye has been committed to distributing the best in European and world cinema since its foundation in 1976 by Andi Engel.
Artificial Eye has released more winners of the Cannes Palme d'Or than any other UK distributor, including 4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days (2007), The Class (2008), The White Ribbon (2009), Amour (2012) and Blue Is the Warmest Colour (2013).
Artificial Eye's 2014 releases include The Lunchbox, Two Days, One Night, Lilting, Ida, CITIZENFOUR and Leviathan amongst many others.
Other releases since 2005 include Lilting, Exhibition, Nymphomaniac, Mister John, The Selfish Giant, The Great Beauty, Beyond the Hills, Lore, McCullin, I, Anna, Ginger & Rosa, Holy Motors, Berberian Sound Studio, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, The Hunter, Le Havre, The Kid with a Bike, The Deep Blue Sea, Wuthering Heights, We Need To Talk About Kevin, Melancholia, 13 Assassins, Pina, Archipelago, Of Gods And Men, Winter's Bone, Antichrist, Il Divo, Waltz With Bashir, Hidden (Caché), The Beat That My Heart Skipped, The Consequences of Love and Zidane.
Films first released in the UK by Artificial Eye include: Cyrano de Bergerac, Fanny & Alexander, Farewell My Concubine, Jesus of Montreal, One From The Heart, Russian Ark, Short Cuts, Solaris, Three Colours Trilogy.