Three months after a brutal homophobic attack, Jules, a drag performer encounters his closeted attacker, Preston, in a gay sauna and plots his revenge in this tense and brooding British thriller, examining expressions of gender and notions of masculinity.
Thursday 1 February, 19:45
Friday 2 February, 19:45
Directors: Sam H Freeman, Ng Choon Ping
Cast: George MacKay, Nathan Stewart Jarrett, Aaron Hefferman
Length: 99 minutes
A middle-aged woman begins a relationship with a gruff biker whose son is a flamboyant social media influencer in this low-key British comedy, which features strong language and a sometimes melancholy tone.
Saturday 3 February, 19:45
Saturday 10 February, 19:45
Director: Leo Leigh
Cast: Anthony Adjekum, Thomas Aitch, Anna Calder-Marshall
Length: 99 minutes
An impoverished chocolate-maker with big dreams befriends a young orphan in this colourful musical fantasy film. Moments of peril are balanced by zany humour and a focus on friendship and adventure.
Sunday 11 February, 15:00
Sunday 25 February, 15:00
Director: Paul King
Cast: Timothée Chalamet, Gustave Die, Murray McArthur
Length: 116 minutes
An intense character study of Enzo Ferrari's tumultuous private life and the high-pressure worlds of business and racing in the 1950s. There are themes of grief and ambition, alongside the triumphs and tragedy of racing.
Thursday 15 February, 19:45
Friday 16 February, 19:45
Director: Michael Mann
Cast: Adam Driver, Penelope Cruz, Shailene Woodley,
Length: 130 minutes
Two ex-lovers get snowed in overnight at an airport in this playful but occasionally reflective US romantic comedy dealing with themes of regret and rebirth.
Wednesday 21 February, 15:00
Thursday 22 February, 19:45
Director: Meg Ryan
Cast: Meg Ryan, David Duchovny, Hal Liggett
Length: 103 minutes
Inspiring comedy drama based on true events in which a hapless soccer coach is drafted in to help lead the struggling American Samoa team to World Cup glory. Discrimination and grief are explored, but are treated sensitively.
Friday 23 February, 19:45
Saturday 2 March, 19:45
Director: Taika Waititi
Cast: Michael Fassbender, Oscar Kightley, Kaimana
Length: 104 minutes
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