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Red Turtle

The Red Turtle (PG)

A richly textured and visually sumptuous animated co-production with Studio Ghibli. A man is stranded on a dessert island, but the boat he builds in an attempt to escape is repeatedly destroyed at sea by a giant red turtle.

Ted Sieger's Molly Monster

Ted Sieger's Molly Monster (U)

Showing as part of Young Cinema

Molly is a not-so-frightening little yellow monster, who is used to being the only little monster in her family. When her parents, Popo and Etna monster lay an egg her world is flipped upside down.

Spark A Space Tail

Spark: A Space Tail (PG)

Showing as part of Young Cinema

Join cheeky chimp Spark and his friends Chunk and Vix on an intergalactic adventure to reclaim their planet and stop the evil General Zhong from destroying the universe!

Diary of a Wimpy Kind The Long Haul

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (PG)

Showing as part of Young Cinema, Subtitled Mondays

A brand new Wimpy Kid adventure! A Heffley family road trip to attend Meemaw’s 90th birthday party goes hilariously off course thanks to Greg’s newest scheme to get to a video gaming convention.

The Other Side Of Hope

The Other Side of Hope (12A)

A disheartened travelling salesman in need of a change of direction crosses paths with a hopeful Syrian asylum seeker in the latest feature from Finland’s deadpan master of melancholy wit.

Their Finest

Their Finest (12A)

In the midst of WWII Britain, the country’s morale is at stake – enter Gemma Arterton, a young screenwriter hoping to boost the morale of a nation with a propaganda film that will lift spirits and inspire Americans to join the war.

lady Macbeth

Lady Macbeth (15)

An atmospheric take on a young woman sold into a suffocating and loveless marriage, driven to the edge by oppressive societal norms. Lady Macbeth is a subversive and ruthless period drama from the most exciting newcomer at 2016s London Film Festival.

Colossal

Colossal (15)

Showing as part of Kino Bambino!, Early Doors

Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudekis star in this delightfully bizarre comedy. Gloria (Hathaway) finds herself mysteriously connected to a colossal creature halfway across the world that is destroying the city of Seoul.

I Am Not Madame Bovary

I am not Madame Bovary (12A)

A sharp satire with intriguing social commentary on Chinese government, I Am Not Madame Bovary follows a young woman going head to head with the legal system after her husband dupes her into divorce and slanders her reputation.

mindhorn

Mindhorn (15)

The latest comedic brain-child of Julian Barratt and long-time collaborator Simon Farnaby that will not let fans down; a farcical take on washed-up celebrity and 80’s crime drama (think Bergerac & MacGyver).

hippopotamus

The Hippopotamus + Q&A (15)

Disgraced poet Ted Wallace is summoned to his friends Lord and Lady Loganʼs country manor, Swafford Hall, to investigate a series of unexplained miracle healings.

golden clown

The Golden Clown (18)

Showing as part of Yorkshire Silent Film Festival

The Golden Clown is Danish silent cinema at its most most prestigious and visually lush.

My Life as a Courgette

My Life As A Courgette (PG)

A surprising and delightful approach to complex emotional themes, and a remarkable portrait of the joys and struggles of childhood that is accessible to children and adults alike.

After the storm

After The Storm (PG)

Ryota, a former prize-winning author but now divorced gambling addict, is struggling with the death of his father and an increasingly fractured relationship with his young son.

Daughters of the Dust

Daughters of the Dust (PG)

Julie Dash’s groundbreaking Daughters of the Dust remains urgent and poetic and continues to resonate, most recently inspiring Beyoncé’s Lemonade.

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