Winter Spring 2018


Still Showing

You Were Never Really Here (Studiocanal)
Sweet Country (Thunderbird)
Wonder Wheel (Warner Bros)
Lady Bird (Universal)
Dark River (Arrow)
Phantom Thread (Universal)
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Fox)
Darkest Hour (Universal)


Latest Releases

Yesterday and today provide the backdrops for new dramas from the UK and the US this winter, with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars appearing alongside some of the hottest new names of today.

Mary Magdalene (Universal)

The biblical biopic tells the story of Mary (Rooney Mara), a young woman in search of a new way of living. Constricted by the hierarchies of the day, Mary defies her traditional family to join a new social movement led by the charismatic Jesus of Nazareth (Joaquin Phoenix). She soon finds a place for herself within the movement and at the heart of a journey that will lead to Jerusalem. “Mary Magdalene” also stars Chiwetel Ejiofor and Tahar Rahim.

See it in cinemas from March 16th

Book Tickets

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House (Vertigo)

Based on a true story of the most famous anonymous man in American history: Mark Felt, the FBI second-in-command who was the “Deep Throat” whistleblower in the 1970s Watergate scandal. The film shows us Watergate as we’ve never seen it before, flipping the perspective from the journalists-on-the-street of “ All the President’s Men” to a view from the highest offices of power, an extraordinary window into a government in turmoil. The story of far-reaching White House corruption, of which the Watergate break-in was only a lone example.

See it in cinemas from March 23rd

Book Tickets

Journeyman (Studiocanal)

“Journeyman” tells the story of a champion boxer (Paddy Considine) who collapses at home, following a punishing boxing match. The journey to regain his speech, movement & memory will be his toughest fight yet, with the relationship with his wife (Jodie Whittaker) and baby daughter lying in the balance.

See it in cinemas from March 30th

Book Tickets

Midnight Sun (Studiocanal)

“Midnight Sun” tells the life-affirming story of 17-year-old Katie, sheltered since childhood with a rare disease that makes even the smallest amount of sunlight deadly. During the day she is housebound but it is after nightfall that Katie’s world opens up, in the dark, when she ventures out to the local train station to play her guitar for travellers. One night, fate intervenes when she meets Charlie, an ex-high school all-star athlete, whom she has secretly admired for years. She hides her condition from him as the two embark on a uniquely powerful romance over one nearly perfect summer.

See it in cinemas from March 30th

Love, Simon (Fox)

Everyone deserves a great love story. But for seventeen-year old Simon Spier it’s a little more complicated: he’s yet to tell his family or friends he’s gay and he doesn’t actually know the identity of the anonymous classmate he’s fallen for online. Resolving both issues proves hilarious, terrifying and life-changing. “Love, Simon” is a funny and heartfelt coming-of-age story about the thrilling ride of finding yourself and falling in love.

See it in cinemas from April 6th

Entebbe (eOne)

Starring Rosamund Pike, Daniel Brühl and Eddie Marsan “Entebbe” is based on the 1976 true story of four hijackers who took a plane hostage and forced it to land in Entebbe, Uganda, while they demanded the release of dozens of Palestinian terrorists. The ticking-clock thriller follows the hijackers and hostages as well as the political leaders trying to decide whether to negotiate or send an elite special forces unit on a dramatic rescue mission to free the hostages.

See it in cinemas from April 6th

Wonderstruck (Studiocanal)

Ben and Rose are children from two different eras who secretly wish their lives were different. Ben longs for the father he has never known, while Rose dreams of a mysterious actress whose life she chronicles in a scrapbook. When Ben discovers a puzzling clue in his home and Rose reads an enticing headline in the newspaper, both children set out on quests to find what they are missing that unfold with mesmerizing symmetry.

See it in cinemas from April 6th

Every Day (Vertigo)

Every day a different body. Every day a different life. Every day in love with the same girl.

See it in cinemas from April 20th

The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society (Lionsgate)

Lily James plays free-spirited journalist Juliet Ashton, who forms a life-changing bond with the delightful and eccentric Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, when she decides to write about the book club they formed during the occupation of Guernsey in WWII. Directed by Mike Newell, the film also stars Glen Powell, Matthew Goode, Jessica Brown Findlay and Katherine Parkinson, with Tom Courtenay and Penelope Wilton.

See it in cinemas from April 20th

Beast (Altitude)

Moll (Jessie Buckley) is 27 and still living at home, stifled by the small island community around her and too beholden to her family to break away. When she meets Pascal, a free-spirited stranger, a whole new world opens up to her and she begins to feel alive for the first time, falling madly in love. Finally breaking free from her family, Moll moves in with Pascal (Johnny) to start a new life. But when he is arrested as the key suspect in a series of brutal murders, she is left isolated and afraid. Choosing to stand with him against the suspicions of the community, Moll finds herself forced to make choices that will impact her life forever.

See it in cinemas from April 27th

Lean On Pete (Curzon Artificial Eye)

Charley Thompson is a 15-year-old who has no stability in his life. He wants a home, food on the table and a high school he can attend for more than part of a year. But as the son of a single father, working in warehouses, finding some stability is hard. Hoping for a new start they move to Portland where Charley takes a summer job, and becomes best friends with a failing racehorse named Lean on Pete.

See it in cinemas from May 4th

How To Talk To Girls At Parties (Studiocanal)

London 1977: our teenage hero Henry - known as Enn (Tony Award winner Alex Sharp) - and his two friends are in search of a night to remember. They hear of a party not far away and decide to gate crash, but on arrival nothing is quite as they expected. Soon Enn is in way over his head (and heart) with the beautiful, enigmatic Zan (Elle Fanning), an outsider just like him. As Enn becomes her ambassador to a brave new world of punk, partying and music, he learns that Zen has a new world of her own to share (quite literally) and over the course of twenty four hours the two will go on an adventure that is truly out of this world.

See it in cinemas from May 11th

That Good Night (Trafalgar)

“That Good Night” stars John Hurt in his last leading role as Ralph, a once-famous film director in his seventies who has two missions in life. Ralph wishes to be reconciled with his son, Michael (Max Brown) and, to ensure that he is not a burden to his devoted wife, Anna (Sofia Helin), as he goes "into that good night". Ralph hires the services of the mysterious "Visitor" (Charles Dance) who unexpectedly guides him to find new meaning in his life.

See it in cinemas from May 11th

Edie (Arrow)

“Edie” tells the story of an eighty three year old woman, who sets off to rekindle fond memories of childhood by heading to Scotland to climb a mountain. Starring Sheila Hancock, Kevin Guthrie, Amy Manson, Paul Brannigan and Wendy Morgan.

See it in cinemas from May 25th

Submergence (Lionsgate)

James (James McAvoy) and Danni (Alicia Vikander) meet by chance and soon recognize in each other the love of their lives. When they have to separate, we find out that James works for the British Secret Service and Danni is bio-mathematician working on a deep sea diving project. Soon they are worlds apart: James is taken hostage by Jihadist fighters and has no way of contacting Danni, and she has to go down to the bottom of the ocean not even knowing if James is still alive…

See it in cinemas from May 18th

Superfly (Sony)

“Superfly” – the film that helped define a genre in its characters, look, sound, and feel – is reimagined with Director X, director of legendary music videos (Drake, Rihanna), introducing it to a new generation.

See it in cinemas from June 15