New Releases April/May 2019
Paolo Sorrentino trains his eye on Silvio Berlusconi in this sensational satirical sting.
Maggie Gyllenhaal plays a pre-school teacher who becomes obsessed with a prodigious child...
John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix star in Jacques Audiard's adaptation of this award-winning darkly comic literary western.
Festival award winning tale starring Jessie Buckley as a Glasgow country singer.
A holiday on the high sea turns into a rescue mission in Wolfgang Fischer's timely moral thriller.
A dancer pays the price for protecting her mobster boyfriend in Jia Zhangke's gritty drama.
The early years of J.R.R. Tolkien are explored in this moving biopic.
Sergey Loznitsa returns with this pitch-black political comedy-drama.
Jonah Hill's debut feature is a tribute to the '90s and LA skate culture.
Brady Corbet's jaggedly cynical vision of American stardom.
A fascinating documentary exploration of the iconic oddity Frank Sidebottom.
Embrace of the Serpent director Ciro Guerra returns with this entrancing tale set amid the Colombian drug trade.
Mads Mikkelsen stars in this icy survival thriller.
Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen star in this likeable mismatch comedy.
The lost Aretha Franklin concert film finally arrives on the big screen.
A funny and touching tale of an Icelandic environmental heroine that'll charm your socks off.
László Nemes' meticulous historical mystery. Special preview on Sat 11 May in 35mm followed by Q&A with director László Nemes.
Sebastián Lelio's fantastic English-language remake of his award-winning film, Gloria
Claire Denis' voyage into deep-space, starring Robert Pattinson and Juliet Binoche...
Fascinating and insightful documentary about US whistleblower Chelsea Manning, as she adjusts to life after prison.
Bill Nighy and Sam Riley star in this offbeat comedy drama about grief and Scrabble.
Two families bid to escape East Germany - in a home-made hot air balloon. Based on true events.
An affecting story of youth and adolescence in the aftermath of the Pinochet regime.
Peter Strickland's much-anticipated new film is a darkly humorous tribute to classic '70s giallo movies...
A refined adaptation of Marguerite Duras' autobiographical novel, set during WWII.
The aftermath of a cruel acid attack is a journey of immense consequence for a young London mother.
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