Our regular programme includes world cinema, archive, experimental and much more…
Inspirational films by and about the people of Africa, from archive classics to new cinema and docs. Programmed by David Somerset.
Carlos Marighella (Seu Jorge) fights for justice in the face of human rights abuses, following a military coup in Brazil in 1964.
Cold Case Hammarskjöld + intro and presentation by Tony Warner, director of Black History Walks, Chair of the African Odysseys steering committee
This provocative documentary investigates the mystery surrounding the death of UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld.
Projecting the Archive
Anthony Steel plays a racing driver tormented by inadequacy, and Julie London co-stars in her only British movie appearance.
Free and paid matinees, and talks for the over-60s. Programmed by David Somerset.
A nostalgic, comic and vibrant re-creation of the Victorian music hall.
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without this beautiful film on the big screen.
Terry Jones of Monty Python fame directed this 1980s hit based on true events.
Enjoy the best international restorations, often with a live musical accompaniment. Programmed by Bryony Dixon.
A rare chance to experience more of AA Milne’s unique humour in two silent comedies and a wonderful animation.
The darker side of cinema; films that will horrify and astound. Programmed by Michael Blyth.
An ex-marine brings home a discarded robot head, and that’s when things get bloody…
Woman with a Movie Camera
We celebrate women’s contribution to cinema and spotlight female stories.
A bracing coming-of-age drama about abuse and exploitation in high-performance sport.
A timely documentary delving into the consequences and dangers of biases in facial-recognition software.