Make your cinema visit extra special with The Big Night-Owtski.
Enjoy a two-course dining experience, a large glass of wine (or any drink of your choice) and a film for just £20 at selected screenings.
The fifth feature from Chilean director Pablo Larraín (Post Mortem, No) winner of the Grand Prix at the Berlinale and nominated for Best Foreign Film at the Golden Globes.
Four Catholic priests are exiled to a secluded seaside monastery in Chile following various sins from their past.
A festival celebrating and promoting short film and the people who make them. Great stories shape who we are, introduce us to people we’ve never met and take us to places we never knew existed. We are seeking story telling…
One city. One night. One take.
This exhilarating heist thriller by German actor and director Sebastian Schipper’s was shot entirely in one fluid, continuous take.
This new arthouse horror is a film of darkness and chilly dread.
In their isolated rural home, 10-year-old twins await their mother’s return after cosmetic surgery, but when she come back swathed in bandages nothing is as it was before.
Director Patricio Guzmán (Nostalgia for the Light) returns to take us on a spellbinding documentary journey into the ocean of Southern Chile. With similar thematic lines to his first film, Guzmán investigates the sea which forms Chile’s longest border and holds the secret of two mysterious buttons found on its ocean floor.
Using both archival images and gorgeous new footage the film explores ideas of history, geography and native memory to stunning effect.
We’re recruiting new volunteer stewards, and are looking for enthusiastic people who love film and enjoy working in a customer focused environment.
As one of our stewards, you’ll get to see great films for free while gaining experience in a professional arts organisation.