The French Dispatch (15)
Wes Anderson's love letter to journalism. An anthology of stories set in the fictional French offices of a Kansas newspaper.
I Am Belmaya (12A)
The story of a young Dalit woman living in patriarchal Nepal who decides to venture out of her husband's house to become a documentary filmmaker.
The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão (18)
A vast and heartrending melodrama spanning the latter half of the twentieth century, made with sensuous and flamboyant cinematic style by Brazilian director Karim Aïnouz.
Jozi Gold (18)
In partnership with the UK Green Film Festival 2021 - we present a new environmental documentary Jozi Gold.
Last Night in Soho (15)
In this dark psychological horror, written and directed by Edgar Wright, fashion designer Eloise (Thomasin McKenzie) finds herself caught between 60s nostalgia and the struggles of her life in the big city.
Moonrise Kingdom (12A)
In eager anticipation of Wes Anderson's new movie The French Dispatch, we're screening a few of the gems from his back catalogue. Moonrise Kingdom is a beautifully crafted and charming addition to the Anderson universe.
An unemployed Mancunian vents his rage on unsuspecting strangers as he embarks on a nocturnal London odyssey.
Ninjababy is a wonderfully unconventional, irreverent & warm Norwegian comedy drama of pregnancy, ably assisted by a cartoon baby ninja.
In partnership with the UK Green Film Festival 2021 - we present a new climate activism documentary Now.
The Shining (15)
Join us this Halloween evening, for a screening the icy cold classic of horrific psychic foreboding! Regularly listed as No.1 in charts of the best horror movies of all time, The Shining is as scary today on the big screen as it was on first release.
The Story of a Three Day Pass (15)
A black American soldier is demoted for fraternizing with a white girl in France.
An instant coming-of-age classic. Socially-conscious and surly teenager, AJ (Nell Barlow), is dragged on holiday with her painfully normal family.
T A P E Collective Shorts: The Good Immigrant (18)
We partnering with the wonderful T A P E Collective for three special events in October, November and January. In the first launch event, we're screening six short films featuring women of colour both behind and in front of the camera.
T A P E Collective Shorts: Call Me By My Name (TBC)
The third in a three-part series presented by T A P E Collective, of programmes of short films by mixed heritage filmmakers, around the themes of identity.
T A P E Collective Shorts: Trippin’ Over My Tongue + The Sunday Practise (TBC)
The second in a three-part series presented by T A P E Collective, of programmes of short films by mixed heritage filmmakers, around the themes of identity.