Archive for "Season 2018/19"

Boy (15)

Set in New Zealand in 1984, Boy, an 11 year old devoted Michael Jackson fan, gets the chance to meet his criminal absentee father who…

The Breadwinner (12a)

Parvana is young girl living in Kabul in 2001. After the unjust arrest of her father she takes on the responsibility for her family. The…

All the Wild Horses (15)

Filmed in the glorious vastness of the Mongolian steppe, the film is a dynamic portrayal of the extreme and often dramatic Mongol Derby : the…

The Florida Project (15)

‘A superbly sympathetic portrait of life on the margins of Disneyland America’. Mark Kermode, Observer With a remarkable young cast and a fine performance from…

Phantom Thread (15)

In his final film Daniel Day-Lewis delivers a masterful performance as a fastidious and cantankerous 1950’s London couturier beguiled by a young waitress. Decadent and…

The Lost City of Z (15)

Percy Fawcett, a British officer, travels to the Amazon rainforest in 1906 to survey the border between Brazil and Bolivia, and is persuaded by locals…

Baby Driver (15)

Baby, a music loving orphan, is a heist getaway driver for a rotating crew of bank robbers. Accomplished but aloof, he dreams of a different…

The Wife (15)

PLEASE NOTE THIS FILM WILL BE SHOWN ON 13th MARCH 2019. WE WILL SCREEN THE OLIVE TREE ON 9th JANUARY. Glenn Close delivers a masterful…

The Happy Prince (15)

Directed by and starring Rupert Everett, this witty and poignant dramatisation of Oscar Wilde’s final years in exile is a powerful parable of passion and…

The Rider (TBC)

After suffering a near fatal head injury, young cowboy Brady is told to give up rodeo. But Brady needs to support his family, and the…

Classic Film – Members’ Choice The Draughtsman’s Contract

You can find the official HD trailer if you search for it online. I have embedded here a most amusing alternative trailer instead. This evening’s…

The Olive Tree (15)

Writer Paul Laverty brings the same mix of social conscience and human comedy to this gloriously filmed Spanish film as he brought to ’The Angel’s…

The Children Act (12a)

Adapted by Ian McEwen from his novel, this stately, moving drama follows a High Court judge for whom professional and personal crises collide as she…

Shoplifters 15

The 2018 winner of the Palme d’Or at Cannes is the gentle, thrilling tale of Tokyo’s down and outs. Kore-eda’s film contrasts the frigidity of…