Film releases

The latest cinema releases and key classics – many newly restored.

New releases

  • Souad

    Souad

    An engrossing portrait of Middle Eastern Generation Z.
    From 27 August

  • Rose Plays Julie

    Rose Plays Julie

    A young woman seeking her biological mother journeys into dangerous territory in this gripping psychological thriller from Irish directing duo Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor.
    From 17 September

  • Image from Sweetheart

    Sweetheart

    A refreshing and contemporary take on the coming-of-age summer romance.
    From 24 September

  • Never Gonna Snow Again

    Never Gonna Snow Again

    A funny and thought-provoking tale about a masseur with supposed special powers.
    From 22 October

  • Petite Maman

    Petite Maman

    Céline Sciamma’s latest film is her most precious yet.
    From 26 November

  • Rebel Dykes + Q&A (guests TBA)

    Rebel Dykes + Q&A (guests TBA)

    Witness UK post-punk dyke culture, told by those who lived it.
    Friday 26 November

  • Rebel Dykes

    Rebel Dykes

    Witness UK post-punk dyke culture, told by those who lived it.
    From 26 November

Re-releases

  • The Maltese Falcon

    The Maltese Falcon

    An expert adaptation and a star-making turn from Humphrey Bogart.
    From 17 September

  • Seven Samurai

    Seven Samurai

    Kurosawa’s epic samurai movie is a must-see on the big screen.
    From 29 September

  • The Story of a Three Day Pass

    The Story of a Three Day Pass

    Melvin Van Peebles’ French New Wave-inspired first feature, newly restored.

  • Naked

    Naked

    David Thewlis gives an outstanding performance as a morally questionable force-of-nature.
    From 12 November

  • Naked + Q&A with director Mike Leigh

    Naked + Q&A with director Mike Leigh

    David Thewlis gives an outstanding performance as a morally questionable force-of-nature.
    Saturday 13 November

Wong Kar Wai - additional screenings

  • Chungking Express

    Chungking Express

    Brief encounters leave a lasting memory in Wong Kar Wai’s offbeat love story.

  • Days of Being Wild

    Days of Being Wild

    A spectacular cast brings this story of alienation and ennui to life.

  • Fallen Angels

    Fallen Angels

    Bold, hyper cool and stylish stories of urban loneliness and desire.

  • Happy Together

    Happy Together

    Tony Leung and Leslie Cheung have smouldering chemistry as a couple falling out of love.

  • In the Mood for Love

    In the Mood for Love

    Prepare to be dazzled by Wong Kar Wai’s elegant and breathtaking romance.

  • 2046

    2046

    Heartbreak has never looked as sublime as it does in this alluring period drama.