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A Cat Called Dom (15)

A Cat Called Dom

Real life and fiction blur in this heartfelt, award-winning fusion of animation and documentary filmmaking.

A Cat Called Dom details filmmaker Will Anderson’s relationship with his mother and their journey following the diagnosis of her cancer. Whilst alone, Will privately keeps council with an animated cat called Dom - a curious character living inside his computer screen who interjects with observations, questions and actions that shed a light on Will’s feelings to a darkly humorous and often poignant effect.

We follow Will as he juggles the pressures of filmmaking whilst coming to terms with a potential earth shattering loss, causing tension with his creative collaborator transforming the film into something different from what was originally intended.

“An ingenious experiment in filmmaking as therapy.” - The Skinny

Winner of the Powell & Pressburger award for best feature at the 75th Edinburgh International Film Festival.

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Friday 22 Sep 202318:00
Sunday 24 Sep 202315:30
Tuesday 26 Sep 202313:15

A Life on the Farm (12A)

A Life on the Farm

A strange story from Somerset. A filmmaker inherits a home movie from his late grandfather, shocked by what he sees he sets out to learn about the neighbour who made it, uncovering an artist that was well ahead of his time.

A Life on the Farm is an exploration of the life, work, and inspiring legacy of Charles Carson, an amateur filmmaking farmer and outsider artist. A crowd-pleasing, festival-favourite, touching and slightly crazy documentary about life, death, farming and outsider art.


“A truly fascinating, one-of-a-kind and heart-warming documentary”

★★★★ - Nerdly

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Friday 22 Sep 202316:00
Sunday 24 Sep 202317:15
Tuesday 26 Sep 202315:00
Wednesday 27 Sep 202317:15

Beauty and the Beast (Disney 100) (U)

Beauty and the Beast (Disney 100)

Follow the adventures of Belle, a bright young woman who finds herself in the castle of a prince who's been turned into a mysterious beast. With the help of the castle's enchanted staff, Belle soon learns the most important lesson of all -- that true beauty comes from within.

To celebrate Disney’s centenary, we are offering a selection of their classic, ground-breaking animated family features. Relive the magic on the big screen.

All films in our Disney 100 programme are just £5.

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Saturday 23 Sep 202313:00
Sunday 24 Sep 202313:00

CARLOS: The Santana Journey Global Premiere (15)

CARLOS: The Santana Journey Global Premiere

Celebrate the life of one of music’s greatest icons in this special premiere event. See the new movie CARLOS first, including intro content featuring director Rudy Valdez and Carlos Santana, exclusive to this event.

At the age of 5, in his native Mexico, he learned to play the violin. At 8, he developed a lifelong love for the guitar. At 14, he honed those guitar virtuoso skills and his performance style working as a street musician, starting his own band long after, while still a teenager. And at 22 — just before his first album was released to acclaim — Carlos Santana became one of the major discoveries of Woodstock, anchoring the famous festival’s second afternoon on August 16, 1969.

A music industry legend for 50 years and a 10-time Grammy-winning global sensation, Santana continues to be one of the music world’s premiere artists, blending jazz, blues, and the Mariachi sound with a rock n’ roll spirituality and a sense of connection to music’s primal connection to our deepest emotions.

The electric documentary CARLOS utilizes new interviews with Santana and his family alongside extraordinary, never-before-seen archival footage — including home video recordings Santana himself made; concert footage; and behind- the-scenes moments — as two-time Emmy-winning director Rudy Valdez creates an intimate, rich documentary about a man whose sound casts a spell on fans who love — as one of Santana’s famous titles says— “how his rhythm goes.”

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Saturday 23 Sep 202319:00

Fremont (12A)


Donya, a young Afghan who moved to Fremont, California after serving as a translator for the American army, spends her days working at a fortune cookie factory and her nights wide awake battling between her desire to rebuild her life and the overbearing guilt she carries within. In a bid to connect with the world, she sends an unconventional message through a fortune cookie.

Tinged with Jarmuschian deadpan humour, this sensitive immigrant tale packs a breakout performance by real-life refugee Anaita Wali Zada, joined by a perpetually off-kilter Gregg Turkington and Jeremy Allen White from The Bear as a heartthrob mechanic.

"Fremont is truly one of the most special movies to come out of Sundance Film Festival this year" - Movie Web

“Winningly reminiscent of the mid-80s US indie cinema of Jarmusch and Hartley”

★★★★★ Uncut

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Tuesday 26 Sep 202319:30
Wednesday 27 Sep 202315:00

Klokkenluider (15)


A darkly comic, character-driven thriller of political paranoia. Ewan, a government whistleblower, and Silke, his forthright Flemish wife, are forced to flee to a remote country house in west Belgium, where they are joined by two close protection officers. The group await the arrival of a British journalist, who Ewan hopes will tell his story.

Klokkenluider (Dutch for whistleblower), is the directorial debut from acclaimed actor Neil Maskell (Kill List, Utopia), known for his collaborations with Ben Wheatley, who here serves as executive producer. Featuring a brilliant British cast, including standout performances from Tom Burke (Living, The Souvenir) and Jenna Coleman (Dr Who).

With its slightly off-kilter tone and balance between comedy and thrills, Klokkenluider has shades of Black Mirror and a definite Wheatley influence.

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Thursday 21 Sep 202317:15

Past Lives (12A)

Past Lives

Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, are wrest apart after Nora’s family emigrates from South Korea. Two decades later, they are reunited in New York for one fateful week as they confront notions of destiny, love, and the choices that make a life, in this heartrending modern romance.

"Celine Song’s remarkable debut is a rare mature adult drama of inexpressible connections and one of the most effective films of the year."

★ ★ ★ ★

- The Guardian

"A movie that liberates your tears and makes you fall in love with it, almost assuredly predestined to be the single best movie you see this year."

- Rolling Stone

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Thursday 21 Sep 202319:30

Strange Way of Life + Q&A (15)

Strange Way of Life + Q&A

The maestro of melodrama, Pedro Almodovar, (Parallel Mothers, All About My Mother), is back in the saddle with his long anticiapted tale of gunslinging long-lost lovers. Only his second English language film.

After twenty-five years Silva, Pedro Pascal (The Last of Us, The Mandalorian) rides a horse across the desert to visit his friend Sheriff Jake, Ethan Hawke (Before Sunrise, Training Day).

They celebrate the meeting, but the next morning Jake tells him that reason for his trip is not to go down the memory lane of their friendship.

This special one night only theatrical event will include the anticipated short film, alongside a pre-recorded Q&A with legendary director, Pedro Almodovar, exclusive to cinemas.

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Monday 25 Sep 202320:00

The Lesson (15)

The Lesson

Liam (Daryl McCormack), an aspiring and ambitious young writer, eagerly accepts a tutoring position at the family estate of his idol, renowned author J.M. Sinclair (Richard E Grant).

Soon enough, lies big and small unfurl as a well-intentioned exercise quickly transforms into a saga of lust, betrayal, jealousy, and the quest for legacy-defining relevance.  

Sinclair, his wife Hélène (Julie Delpy), and their son Bertie all guard a dark past, one that threatens Liam’s future as well as their own. A battle of wits begins with everyone carrying much to lose.

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Friday 22 Sep 202319:45
Saturday 23 Sep 202316:15
Sunday 24 Sep 202319:15
Monday 25 Sep 202317:30
Tuesday 26 Sep 202317:00
Wednesday 27 Sep 202319:15