Based on the popular Nickelodeon TV series Rugrats, this is the first full-length feature animated movie to star the little tots.
One day, anime-obsessed and aspiring voice actor Mugiko’s estranged mother unexpectedly reappears in her and her brother’s lives
You voted for it, so we've bought it back just in time for Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter. Arguably the best film the Coen brothers have ever made, this is a highly original crime story-cum-black comedy.
This lively debut feature from Northumberland-raised Garry Sykes mixes documentary and reality TV techniques to tell the story of one eventful Saturday in the lives of eight Byker teens.
Legendary documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman gives a fascinating and uplifting subtle, fly-on-the-wall exploration of one of Britain’s most important artistic centers.
David Lynch’s bizarre romantic road movie sees Nicolas Cage as Sailor Ripley reuniting with his girlfriend Lula Fortune played Lynch regular, Laura Dern, after he has served prison time for a self-defense killing
The Royal Shakespeare Theatre present Love’s Labour’s Lost and Love’s Labour’s Won (usually known as Much Ado About Nothing) as part of a season marking the centenary of the First World War.
An anthology of four short animated films from Japan’s most talented creators bought together by the renowned animation filmmaker Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira).
An achingly cool comedy that feels like a cross between Woody Allen and Lena Dunham (Girls).
The critically acclaimed director of Mysterious Skin, Gregg Araki returns with this visually intoxicating adaptation of Laura Kasischke novel.
Julianne Moore looks set to the hot contender for this year's Oscar with her role as a woman who is diagnosed with early on-set Alzheimer's.
The King has returned! Disney’s rousing adventure comes back to the big screen.
Momo is recovering from her father's death and her mother's decision to move their family from Tokyo to a remote island when she discovers a message from her father that causes strange events to occur.
William Shakespeare’s timeless story, written in 1595, is brought to the stage through breathtaking choreography and Sergei Prokofiev’s much-loved score.
To mark International Women’s Day we’re delighted to screen one of Pedro Almodóvar’s most successful and moving films, and celebrate the strength of women’s friendships
Haruo, a failed stage magician gets struck by lightening and sent back in time to just before he is born where he meets his 'future' parents.
Swapping country life for the big city, young Carmen escapes her miserable life at home to travel to Osaka, becoming a hugely popular nightclub singer with men falling at her feet.
Meera Syal (The Kumars, Goodness Gracious Me, Rafta Rafta at the National) returns to the National Theatre, directed by Rufus Norris (Broken, London Road).
If you’re looking for something to lift you out of the winter doldrums then X+Y has the perfect formula for you.
Homeward Bound meets Hitchcock’s The Birds in this astonishing Hungarian live-action fable.
From the director of The Duchess and starring Kristen Scott Thomas and Michelle Williams, comes this adaptation of the best-selling book by Irene Nemirovsky.
Get ready for the wildest and most adventure-filled Night At the Museum
Bel canto superstars Joyce DiDonato and Juan Diego Flórez join forces for this Rossini showcase of vocal virtuosity, set in the medieval Scottish highlands and based on a beloved novel by Sir Walter Scott.
One of the great movies about World War Two and the German Occupation, Louis Maille's breath-taking semi-autobiographical film is back at the Tyneside.
After failing his university entrance examinations and being left by his girlfriend, Yuki Hirano decides to join a forestry training program only to discover that the job is much harder than he expected.
The striking British epilepsy drama filmed in the North East returns for a special SciScreen show as part of Brain Awareness Week.
The final film from Mikio Naruse follows a recently widowed newlywed and the relationship that develops with the man responsible.
Ryan Reynolds is on top comedic form in this loopy but loveable indie black comedy from Marjane Satrapi, the director of Persepolis.
Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Cannes, this challenging drama from prolific young Canadian director Xavier Dolan
Those geniuses at Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away) have done it again with this Oscar nominated, modern animated treasure.
Super spy teams aren't born...they're hatched. Discover the secrets of the greatest and most hilarious covert birds in the global espionage biz: Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private.
In 1923, a man leaves an isolated island in the far South of Korea for Osaka, Japan, dreaming of making his fortune in a new land.
Join us for a selection of short film direct from the Oberhausen short film festival. Five films that confront the past and ask in diverse ways “What remains?”
From its sell-out run at Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre comes this unique and critically acclaimed production of Shakespeare's tragic Hamlet.
Every year, 60 works are selected from over 4,000 entries to compete in the Oberhausen short film competition. This specially-selected programme brings together some of the best and most interesting works featured in the 2014 International Competition.
You shall go to the ball! Kenneth Branagh directs this dazzling new live action adaptation of the classic fairytale starring Cate Blanchet as Cinder's wicked stepmother and Helena Bonham Carter as the Fairy Godmother.
Director Susanne Bier crafts a riveting and moving drama about a police officer who, upon discovering a mistreated baby in a drug dealer’s home, decides to rescue it and raise it as his own.
Mind-bending Sci-Fi thrills come thick and fast in this stylish indie that dares to think big and go places other films of the genre fear to tread.
Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at this year's Oscars, Damián Szifrón’s wickedly hilarious comedy perfectly reinvents the anthology film.
When E.B., the Easter Bunny's teenage son heads to Hollywood to become a drummer in a rock 'n' roll band, he is taken in by out-of-work slacker who hits him with his car, though he's not exactly the best house guest...
Alain Resnais’ extraordinary dreamlike film returns as part of A Guide To The Art Of Cinema.
If you adore Dior then you definitely won’t want to miss this behind the scenes look inside the celebrated world of the Christian Dior fashion house.
Acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard (Shakespeare in Love, Arcadia, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead) returns to the National Theatre with his highly-anticipated new play The Hard Problem, directed by Nicholas Hytner (Othello, Hamlet, One Man, Two Guvnors).
Yuri Grigorovich’s powerful and fascinating epic dramatises Ivan the Terrible’s controversial reign, and portrays events in 16th-century Russia in visually stunning scenes.
Opera’s most enduring tragic double bill returns in an evocative new production from Sir David McVicar, who sets the action across two time periods but in the same Sicilian village.
Academy Award nominee Ralph Fiennes (The English Patient, Schindler’s List; Oedipus at the National Theatre) plays Jack Tanner in this exhilarating reinvention of George Bernard Shaw’s witty, provocative classic.
Polly Findlay (Arden of Faversham 2014) directs Shakespeare’s uncompromising drama set in the melting pot of Venice in which trade is god.
After leaving us shaken and stirred with the box office smash Skyfall, Daniel Craig and director Sam Mendes returns with the 24th Bond outting that pits 007 against the evil organisation SPECTRE.
Grab your lightsaber and get ready to go into light speed because the biggest Sci-Fi franchise of all-time is about to blast into the Tyneside Cinema.