Our regular programme includes world cinema, archive, experimental, sonic cinema and LGBT events.
Inspirational films by and about the people of Africa, from archive classics to new cinema.
British filmmaker, writer and artist Horace Ové is celebrated in this special double-bill.
Join actor-director Burt Caesar and colleagues for readings, film clips and discussion.
Akeem Sharp (aka Rasta Rocket) is set for sports stardom – if only his family don’t get in the way.
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LGBTQ+ films and events.
Don’t miss this fascinating doc about the first openly gay couple to run a law firm in Japan.
Our festival programming team give you a sneak peek at this year’s line-up.
Don’t miss this feel-good story about falling in love with the boy next door.
Jennifer Tilly and Gina Gershon play two women who fall for each other, despite the complication that one of them is a gangster’s moll.
Experimenta: Artist Film and Alternative Moving Image Culture
Artists’ film and video.
A visual mixtape like no other: expect classic and contemporary artist works, music videos and examples of early cinema…
Your podcast favourites, live and un-edited.
Join Brett Goldstein and his special guest Lolly Adefope as they discuss what film they would choose to define their life.
Projecting the Archive
Rediscovered British features.
When a suave social guru falls in love it’s he who needs guidance.
Anthony Asquith’s 1932 film boasts some excellent comic talent (especially Gordon Harker), and the music of Mischa Spolianski.
Free and paid matinees, talks and presentations for seniors.
Barry Jenkins’ follow-up to Moonlight is a gorgeous and graceful meditation on young love and dignity.
A highly personal essay film written by author and social commentator James Baldwin.
It’s man versus whale in this thrilling adventure starring Gregory Peck.
Celebrating the best international restorations.
Silent star María Corda excels in frothy Parisian society (look out for Marlene Dietrich in a supporting role).
Music-inspired films and events.
Follow world-class beatboxer Reeps One as he explores voice and communication beyond speaking.
This new doc captures Pendergrass’s rise to fame as an R&B singer, and what happened after he became paralysed.
The darker side of cinema.
Woman with a Movie Camera
Celebrating women’s contribution to film.
A fine (and dark) selection of short films from some exciting new female voices.