- The Kid with a Bike (rated 12A)
- 11:00 (1)C
- 14:30 (1)
- 18:00 (1)
- 20:15 (1)
- Patience (After Sebald) (rated 12A)
- 15:15 (2)
- 18:15 (2)
- Bel Ami (rated 15)
- 15:30 (3)
- 20:30 (3)
- The Way You Wanted Me (rated 15)
- 18:00 (3)
- Eternity and a Day (rated PG)
- 20:20 (2)
- Audio describedA
- Carers & babies onlyC
Biomedical Ethics Film Festival: The Moral Status of the Embryo
Fri 21 Nov to Sun 23 Nov
Introduction to European Cinema
Until Wed 26 Nov
The First World War in Cinema
Until Sun 11 Nov
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Rod White introduces the November programme.
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