Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal, the director-and-writer team behind The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty, recount the events of July 1967 when a police raid erupted into a street riot that besieged a large expanse of Detroit for five days.
Channing Tatum and Adam Driver play the Logan brothers who decide to carry out a daring heist at a major NASCAR race. To do so they need the help of Joe Bang (Daniel Craig). Unfortunately, he's in jail.
In the American Civil War, an injured Union soldier is taken in and nursed by the staff and pupils of an all-girl school. As he recovers, the man takes advantage of the situation, threatening to incur his hosts' wrath.
From Judd Apatow - producer of Superbad and Bridesmaids - The Big Sick is a smart and engaging New York comedy and a Sundance hit. Pakistan-born comedian Kumail and grad student Emily begin dating, but they struggle as their cultures clash.
Baby (Ansel Elgort) is a gifted getaway driver who wants out, but his boss (Kevin Spacey) has other ideas. Suffering from a severe case of tinnitus, Baby wears earbuds most of the time, which gives Edgar Wright (Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) the perfect excuse for a wall-to-wall soundtrack to accompany his fast-paced, non-stop chase movie.
Spring. Yorkshire. Young farmer Johnny Saxby numbs his daily frustrations with binge drinking and casual sex, until the arrival of a Romanian migrant worker for lambing season ignites an intense relationship that sets Johnny on a new path.
The reality of life as a civilian in modern-day Damascus is explored in gripping and visceral detail in Philippe Van Leeuw’s Insyriated, winner of the Panorama Audience Award at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival.
Sam Shepard, who died on 27 July, had a long and distinguished career as an actor, playwright and director. In tribute to his life and work, Curzon presents a 35mm repertory screening of Philip Kaufman's The Right Stuff, which stars Shepard in an Academy Award nominated performance. The film is introduced by journalist Ian Haydn Smith.
David Gilmour Live At Pompeii is an audio-visual spectacle, featuring lasers, pyrotechnics and a huge circular screen on which specially-created films complement selected songs, but paramount above all is the astonishing music and stellar performances from an all-star band.
1980. Björn Borg (Sverrir Gudnason) is the number one ranked tennis player in the world, dominating the sport both on and off the court. There is only one obstacle in his pursuit of a fifth record-breaking Wimbledon championship; the highly talented but ferociously abrasive young American, John McEnroe (Shia LaBeouf).
Daphne is a young woman negotiating the tricky business of modern life. Caught in the daily rush of her restaurant job and a nightlife kaleidoscope of new faces, she is witty, funny, the life of the party - too busy to realise that deep down she is not happy.
The End of The End chronicles the final tour from the band who forged the sound of metal - Black Sabbath. After nearly 50 years together, the Birmingham band took to the stage for the last time in their home city, bringing down the curtain on their final tour ever. They performed generation-spanning songs that have defined a genre in front of a sold-out arena and, in exclusive new interviews, the band themselves tell it how they lived it.
Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle is a feature documentary directed by Paul Sng (Sleaford Mods – Invisible Britain) and narrated by Maxine Peake, exploring the catastrophic failures that have led to a chronic shortage of social housing in the UK.
This new documentary by acclaimed filmmaker Bill Morrison tells the social and political history of Dawson City, in the Yukon, first a fishing camp for a nomadic First Nation tribe, through its settlement by whites in the Gold Rush (wiping out the Native American populace) and eventual decline.
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami takes the viewer on an intimate and electrifying journey that moves between four cinematic layers – performance, family, artist and gypsy – to explore the fascinating world of this pop cultural phenomenon.
Part documentary, part artwork – Oxide Ghosts: The Brass Eye Tapes is the product hundreds of hours of unseen material from director Michael Cumming’s personal archive from the iconic and still controversial news satire show Brass Eye.