Winter Spring 2018

Foreign Language

Still Showing

A Fantastic Woman (Curzon Artificial Eye)
Loveless (Altitude)
Makala (Dogwoof)
Padmaavat (Paramount)


Latest Releases

From around the world come films that offer cinemagoers an insight into the lives of a diverse range of characters, while also reminding us that we all share common hopes and fears.

The Square (Curzon Artificial Eye)

“Force Majeure” director Ruben Östlund returns with “The Square”, a knife-sharp satire on art, culture and communication in the digital age. Winner of the Palme d’Or at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, it stars Claes Bang (“The Bridge”), Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid's Tale”, “Mad Men”) and Dominic West (“The Wire”).

See it in cinemas from March 16th

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Have A Nice Day (Mubi)

The movie focuses on Xiaozhang, a poor driver from a small Chinese city who steals a big amount of money from his boss to save his relationship with his girlfriends. People chase Xiaozhang after the incident, and it leads to several ridiculous situations. “If Quentin Tarantino remade “Pulp Fiction” as an animated movie set in modern day China, it might look something like “Have a Nice Day.” — Indiewire

See it in cinemas from March 23rd

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I Got Life! (Peccadillo)

Award-winner Agnes Jaoui gives an intelligent and affecting performance as Aurore; fifty, flirty and not so-thriving, her world is turned upside down when a past flame returns, reigniting her lust for life and love. A witty and wonderful ode to embracing age whilst staying young, I Got Life! is a timely and uplifting film celebrating womanhood.

See it in cinemas from March 23rd

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A Gentle Creature (Arrow)

A woman lives alone on the outskirts of a village in Russia. One day she receives a parcel she sent to her incarcerated husband, marked 'return to sender'. Shocked and confused, the woman has no choice but to travel to the prison in a remote region of the country in search of an explanation. So begins the story of a battle against this impenetrable fortress, the prison where the forces of social evil are constantly at work. Braving violence and humiliation, in the face of all opposition, our protagonist embarks on a blind quest for justice.

See it in cinemas from April 13th

120 BPM (Beats Per Minute) (Curzon Artificial Eye)

In the early 90s, with AIDS having already claimed countless lives for nearly a decade, activist group ACT UP takes their actions to another level in order to fight general indifference. Nathan, a newcomer to the group, has his world shaken up by radical militant Sean.

See it in cinemas from April 6th

The Wound (Peccadillo)

Xolani, a lonely factory worker, joins the men of his community in the mountains of the Eastern Cape to initiate a group of teenage boys into manhood. When a defiant initiate from the city discovers his best kept secret, Xolani’s entire existence begins to unravel.

See it in cinemas from April 27th