Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! We're screening this classic Disney musical as part of Dementia Friendly Cinema.
Elvis has entered the White House. Inspired by the absurdly iconic photograph of The King of Rock & Roll meeting Richard Nixon in the Oval Office.
Having now won his second Palme d’Or with I, Daniel Blake (released later this year) it’s the perfect time for this reissue of Ken Loach’s influential debut feature.
This adaptation of one of the most unique novels of the 21st century, from acclaimed artist-filmmaker Omer Fast, is both philosophical and thrilling.
Gianfranco Rosi's Berlin Golden Bear winning documentary is a powerful study or the migrant crisis in Lampedusa, an island in the middle of the sea.
This astonishingly beautiful film from Matteo Garrone the director of the astounding Gomorrah is bound to leave you breathless.
Writer-director Rachel Tunnard makes her feature film debut with this adaptation of her BAFTA nominated short, combining a playful, homespun aesthetic with self-awareness and bittersweet humour.
A blistering, bracingly original poetic drama that offers a feast for the senses.
Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe star in this buddy action comedy written and directed with plenty of vigour by genre veteran Shane Black (Lethal Weapon).