Season: 2018-19

  • Funny Cow

    Funny Cow

    Watch one our top screen talents in action, supported by cast of household-name actors in this Loach-influenced gritty Brit film. Maxine Peake excels as Funny Cow, a stand-up comedian trying to break into the 70’s northern comedy circuit against fierce male resistance. What’s the motivation? She’s wants to exorcise some personal demons, using her experiences…

  • The Heiresses

    The Heiresses

    It’s a shame. Chela (Brun) and Chiquita (Irun) are down on their luck, when money’s so short what can you possibly do? They both come from wealthy families, so they start to sell the possessions they’ve inherited, but it’s still not enough. Chiquita’s solution lands her in jail and Chela, alone and aloof, has to…

  • Leave No Trace

    Leave No Trace

    A father and teenage daughter live off the grid in a huge forest environment in Oregon. Solitude is what they know and seek, yet loggers and patrols interrupt their escape from conventional society on an increasingly frequent basis. When social services intervene and insist on young Tom (Thomasin McKenzie) receiving an education, the shift to…

  • In Between

    In Between

    A gripping drama that’s winning audiences’ hearts around the world. Writer/director Hamoud has earned a lot of respect with her first feature film which packs a punch and entertains. In Between presents the lives of three young Palestinian women sharing a flat in Israel and living independent lives. The friends tread the delicate line between…

  • Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

    Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

    Touching biopic of Oscar-winning Gloria Grahame (Bening) and her relationship with Peter Turner (Bell), a struggling actor 28 years her junior. The couple meet as Grahame’s final days are played out in Liverpool. Director McGuigan brings a finely tuned balance of warmth, sadness and humour to the ill-matched relationship. A career-best performance from Jamie Bell…

  • Son of the Bride

    Son of the Bride

    This Argentinian comedy-drama has a stellar pedigree – an Oscar-winning director (Campanella won for thriller The Secret of their Eyes, also shown by WFC) and a cast of some of the most celebrated actors of their generation. Argentine cultural icon Aleandro and the renowned Alterio play the parents of another celebrated actor, Darin, the eponymous…

  • God’s Own Country

    God’s Own Country

    Seen by reviewers as one of the most exciting directorial debuts of the last ten years, the impact of this story comes not only from the fact that it’s about gay love, but from the beautifully observed growth of a relationship between the son of a Yorkshire farmer and a Romanian farm-worker. Why do we…

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