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What's On Tuesday 19 - Monday 25 June 2018


McQueen (15)

Showing as part of Audio Description, Subtitled Mondays

An intimate portrait of fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen, the boy from East London who became the punk rebel of Paris.


Hereditary (15)

Showing as part of Audio Description, Subtitled Mondays

After the death of her mother, Annie and her family begin to unravel cryptic secrets about their family history

The Ciambra

The Ciambra (15)

Showing as part of Kino Bambino! For parent/guardians + babies under 1 only

14-year-old Pio Amato lives with his family in a small Romani community in Italy. When his older brother is arrested, Pio tries to fill his brother’s shoes but soon finds himself faced with dangerous situations and life-changing decisions.


The Bar

El Bar (18)

The Bar

Showing as part of ¡Viva!

In a bar on an average morning in Madrid, regulars and strangers enjoy their coffee and pastries. Life goes on as normal until one customer exits and is shot in the middle of the deserted square.

The PianoF-Rated

The Piano (15)

Showing as part of Early Doors

25 years ago, Jane Campion became the first female director to win the Palme d’Or for The Piano, her extraordinary, triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian-era New Zealand

The Boy Downstairs Triple F-Rated

The Boy Downstairs (12A)

This Triple F-rated rom-com starring Girls alumni Zosia Mamet is the coming-of-age tale of a young writer looking to find her way back in New York City after a two-year stint in London.

funny cowF-Rated

Funny Cow (15)

Showing as part of Audio Description, Subtitled Mondays

Set against the backdrop of working men’s clubs and the Northern stand-up comedy circuit, ‘Funny Cow’ charts the rise to stardom of a comedienne through the 1970s and 80s.

Showroom Shorts

Showroom Shorts

A night of short films by talented filmmakers, all for free!

  • Tue 19 Jun
    • 21.00

Edie (12A)

Showing as part of Audio Description, Subtitled Mondays

Edie has spent 40 years trapped in controlling relationship. When her husband passes away, she packs a bag, leaves her life behind and embarks on an adventure she never got to have - climbing the imposing Mount Suilven in the Scottish Highlands. The

The Breadwinner Triple F-Rated

The Breadwinner (12A)

Showing as part of Audio Description

11-year-old Parvana is growing up in Afghanistan when her father is wrongfully arrested. Cutting off her hair, she disguises herself as a boy in a bid to save him and reunite her family.


Homelands (15)

Showing as part of Migration Matters

The culmination of a year-long project in which four acclaimed British urban musicians returned to their cultural roots, connecting with their homelands to create and produce new music.


2001: A Space Odyssey (U)

Kubrick’s spectacular, transcendent epic has been the touchstone for all science fiction cinema since its original 1968 release

  • Tue 19 Jun
    • 15.05
  • Wed 20 Jun
Madama Butterfly

Glyndebourne 18: Madama Butterfly - Live

Showing as part of Stage on Screen

Madama Butterfly is a classic love story that never fails to move, a tragic romance that sweeps you along in the intensity of its action.

Seventh Seal

The Seventh Seal (PG)

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Showing as part of Permanent Dreams: The Cinema of Ingmar Bergman

Critically acclaimed, endlessly studied - and parodied to within an inch of its life - The Seventh Seal is one of Bergman’s most iconic and ground-breaking films.

in the fade

In The Fade (18)

After Katja’s husband and young son are killed in a bombing in Hamburg, she struggles to come to terms with her immense grief.


boom for real

Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat (15)

Jean-Michel Basquiat first found fame in the 70s through street art in Downton Manhattan. By the 80s his paintings covered the walls of galleries across the world and in ’92 the Whitney Museum of American Art held a retrospective of his work

the happy prince

The Happy Prince (15)

In 1888, Oscar Wilde published a story called The Happy Prince about a selfless swallow and a heart-broken statue, 115 years before homosexuality was decriminalised.

Calais children

Calais Children + Q&A (12A)

Showing as part of Migration Matters

As the Calais jungle was set to be demolished in October 2016, there were over 1900 unaccompanied minors stranded there - many of whom had a legal case to enter the UK.

The Lion King

The Lion King (U)

Showing as part of Young Cinema, KicStart

A Disney favourite about a little lion cub's journey to fulfill his destiny.

Queens of Syria

Queens of Syria (12A)

Showing as part of Migration Matters

Queens of Syria tells the story of fifty women from Syria, all forced into exile in Jordan.

Smiles of a Summer Nights

Smiles of a Summer Night (12A)

Sommarnattens leende

Showing as part of Permanent Dreams: The Cinema of Ingmar Bergman

It wasn’t all doom and gloom!

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