For dreamers, adventurers, free spirits and curiosity seekers (or if you’d like to be any of these things).
We know time is short so sometimes you just want us to cut to the chase - this is the gem you need to see - the film that will stay with you for days afterward or the cult movie you should have seen years ago. Or maybe its just time to watch again. From festival favourites to foreign language arthouse we will leave no stone unturned to bring you the most exciting cinema of the day. Join us on the journey.
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Voted the greatest British film of all time by Time Out, Nic Roeg's 1973 thriller is a perfect haunting horror but is also an emotionally devastating portrait of a marriage, with Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland struggling with the loss of their child.
Wednesday 21 August | Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Oxford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria | Wimbledon
Loosely based on the life and work of Gerhard Richter, a talented, avant garde painter of exceptional skill, Never Look Away examines the effects of Nazism on Germany and the post-war fallout on a literally divided nation.
Exploring the psyche of a nation through the prism of one artistic individual, Never Look Away poses questions over its 3 hour runtime as to how pain can be channelled into art.
Wednesday 4 September | Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Oxford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria | Wimbledon
An audacious concept lies at the heart of the new drama by acclaimed German filmmaker Christian Petzold (Barbara, Phoenix).
Transposed from a 1942 novella to a modern day setting, it finds a group of migrants and refugees borderless, awaiting visas and in hope of a new beginning.
Georg has taken on the identity of a dead writer and with his new documents plans to start a life in Mexico.
Wednesday 11 September | Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Richmond | Sheffield
"Plants are characters I compose with and I put them on the stage," says landscape gardener Piet Oudolf. In this stunning documentary, we are invited upon that stage to contemplate his amazing gardens and philosophy.
From his transformation of the Manhattan High Line gardens, to desert wildflowers in West Texas and post-industrial forests in Pennsylvania, this is a rich, satisfying portrait of a little-understood, life-enriching art.
Wednesday 11 September | Knutsford | Oxford | Ripon | Wimbledon
This singularly beautiful debut film tells the story of a Cornish fishing village threatened by the rising tide of gentrification.
Fisherman Martin seethes as his childhood home is bought and renovated into a tourist rental, and his brother uses their fishing boat as a pleasure cruiser.
However, this is no simplistic tale of the old ways dying, and we are soon drawn into a tangled net of resentment, class and capitalism.
Wednesday 18 September | Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria
When the Arab Spring came to Syria in 2012, Waad al-Kateab picked up her camera and began filming the revolution. For five years, under Assad’s brutal assault, she kept filming.
For Sama captures that journey, as she marries her partner Hamza al-Kateab, and gives birth to her daughter Sama.
Wednesday 25 September | Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Oxford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria
Reissued for it's 70th anniversary, Carol Reed's murky film nior The Third Man has a just claim as one of best British films of all time. Joseph Cotten plays pulp writer Holly Martins, who is brought to the city by a promise of work by childhood friend Harry Lime.
But on arrival, it turns out Lime has died, and had made a bad name for himself. Yet there are darker truths hiding in the shadows, ones Holly risks his life in shedding light on.
Wednesday 16 October | Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Oxford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria | Wimbledon