Oct 17 Loveless
Oct 31 Hotel Salvation
Dec 5 Lost in Paris
Dec 19 The 400 Blows
Jan 2 Wonderstruck
Jan 23 Isle of Dogs
Feb 6 The Red Turtle
Feb 20 Faces, Places
Mar 20 Ride the High Country
Apr 3 Western
Apr 17 In Between
May 29 Everybody Knows
Jun 12 Shoplifters
Jun 26 Cold War & AGM
A shedload of awards for this powerful drama with the great Frances McDormand (FARGO) as a feisty mother “advertising” the unsolved murder of her daughter.
Zvyagintsev's (Leviathan) take on modern-
Relatable and delightful, this subtle Indian comedy-
Paris set French physical comedy from Fiona Gordon and Dominique Abel (The Fairy, Rumba). A film that 'moves to its own loopy life-
In this beacon of the French new Wave all elements contribute to its success: poignant music, the grey streets of Paris and the 27 year old Truffaut’s filmic structure, conveying both freedom and constraint.
Visually gorgeous tale of two deaf children in separate time zones searching for a lost parent. Like Scorsese’s HUGO, an adaptation of a Brian Selznick novel.
Another Wes Anderson (Grand Budapest Hotel) classic-
Outstanding, visually gorgeous Studio Ghibli animation of a shipwrecked man on a desert island, with a red turtle for company. Poetic storytelling at its fulfilling best.
A horse racing a camel! A Chinese restaurant! A cop on the street! This is a Western? Undoubtedly -
Despite the title Griesbach’s film is set in Eastern Europe with German builders in rural Bulgaria working on a hydro-
explores the life styles and problems of three flat-
Favourite director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation, The Salesman), favourite actors Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem and Ricardo Darin in a Spanish thriller. All the ingredients for a fabulous evening!
Humanist Japanese director Hirokazu's (My Little Sister) latest, slow-
1950s Poland is the setting for a passionate love story across different backgrounds. 18 minute standing ovation when shown at Cannes. Pawel Pawlikowski directs.