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List of British films of 2000

A list of British films released in 2000.

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
Aberdeen Hans Petter Moland Stellan Skarsgård, Lena Headey, Charlotte Rampling Drama Co-production with Sweden
The Asylum John Stewart Steffanie Pitt, Nick Waring, Ingrid Pitt Horror
The Beach Danny Boyle Leonardo DiCaprio, Tilda Swinton, Robert Carlyle Drama
Beautiful Joe Stephen Metcalfe Sharon Stone, Billy Connolly Comedy/Drama
Best Mary McGuckian John Lynch, Ian Bannen Sports/Biopic
Billy Elliot Stephen Daldry Jamie Bell, Gary Lewis, Julie Walters Drama
Blood Charly Cantor Adrian Rawlins, Lee Blakemore Horror
Borstal Boy Peter Sheridan Shawn Hatosy, Danny Dyer Drama
Bread and Roses Ken Loach Pilar Padilla, Adrien Brody Drama Entered into the 2000 Cannes Film Festival
Breathtaking David Green Joanne Whalley, Lorraine Pilkington Thriller
Chicken Run Nick Park Julia Sawalha, Mel Gibson, Miranda Richardson Animated Comedy
Chocolat Lasse Hallström Juliette Binoche, Judi Dench Romance
The Claim Michael Winterbottom Peter Mullan, Milla Jovovich Western/Romance
Complicity Gavin Millar Jonny Lee Miller, Brian Cox Drama
Essex Boys Terry Winsor Sean Bean, Alex Kingston Crime drama
Esther Kahn Arnaud Desplechin Summer Phoenix, Ian Holm, Fabrice Desplechin Period drama
Five Seconds to Spare Tom Connolly Andy Serkis, Ray Winstone Thriller
Gangster No. 1 Paul McGuigan Malcolm McDowell, Paul Bettany Crime drama
Gladiator Ridley Scott Russell Crowe, Oliver Reed Drama
The Golden Bowl James Ivory Kate Beckinsale, James Fox Literary drama
Greenfingers Joel Hershman Helen Mirren, Clive Owen Comedy
Honest David A. Stewart Peter Facinelli Crime Screened at Cannes
Hotel Splendide Terence Gross Toni Collette, Daniel Craig Comedy
House! Julian Kemp Kelly Macdonald, Jason Hughes Comedy
How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog Michael Kalesniko Kenneth Branagh, Robin Wright Penn Comedy
Kevin & Perry Go Large Ed Bye Harry Enfield, Kathy Burke, Rhys Ifans Comedy TV spin-off
Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang) Stewart Sugg Stellan Skarsgård, Chris Penn Comedy
Liam Stephen Frears Ian Hart, Claire Hackett, Anthony Borrows Drama
Love's Labour's Lost Kenneth Branagh Kenneth Branagh, Nathan Lane, Adrian Lester Shakespearean
Love, Honour and Obey Dominic Anciano, Ray Burdis Jonny Lee Miller, Jude Law Crime
Mad About Mambo John Forte William Ash, Keri Russell Romantic comedy Co-production with the Republic of Ireland
The Man Who Cried Sally Potter Christina Ricci, Cate Blanchett, Johnny Depp Drama
Maybe Baby Ben Elton Hugh Laurie, Joely Richardson Romantic comedy
No Maps for These Territories Mark Neale William Gibson, Jack Womack Documentary
Nora Pat Murphy Ewan McGregor, Susan Lynch Drama Co-production with Germany, Italy and the Republic of Ireland
One of the Hollywood Ten Karl Francis Jeff Goldblum, Greta Scacchi Drama Co-production with Spain
Out of Depth Simon Marshall Sean Maguire, Danny Midwinter Thriller
Pandaemonium Julien Tempe Linus Roache, John Hannah Biopic
Paranoid John Duigan Jessica Alba, Iain Glen Drama
Purely Belter Mark Herman Chris Beattie, Greg McLane Comedy/Drama
Quills Philip Kaufman Geoffrey Rush, Kate Winslet, Joaquin Phoenix Historical drama
Relative Values Eric Styles Julie Andrews, Colin Firth Comedy
Sabotage! Esteban Ibarretxe,
Jose Miguel Ibarretxe
David Suchet, Stephen Fry Comedy Co-production with Spain and France
Saving Grace Nigel Cole Brenda Blethyn, Craig Ferguson Comedy
Sexy Beast Jonathan Glazer Ray Winstone, Ben Kingsley Crime/Thriller
A Shot at Glory Michael Corrente Robert Duvall, Michael Keaton Sport
Snatch Guy Ritchie Jason Statham, Stephen Graham, Brad Pitt Heist/Thriller
Some Voices Simon Cellan Jones Daniel Craig, David Morrissey Comedy/Drama
There's Only One Jimmy Grimble John Hay Lewis McKenzie, Gina McKee, Ray Winstone Sports/Drama
Up at the Villa Philip Haas Kristin Scott Thomas, Sean Penn Drama
When the Sky Falls John Mackenzie Joan Allen, Patrick Bergin Crime Co-production with Republic of Ireland

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