Season: 2021-22

  • After Love

    After Love

    After Love is essentially a chamber piece about grief that has been expanded out across boundaries both literal and figurative.

  • Boiling Point

    Boiling Point

    It’s the busiest night of the year at a trendy London restaurant, and disaster is looming. The pressure rises, as the charismatic head chef scrambles to salvage the situation.

  • Sometimes Always Never

    Sometimes Always Never

    Bill Nighy stars as an eccentric ex-tailor searching for his estranged son. The theme is strained relationships, but enacted through the British fondness for slightly absurd rituals of conflict, here in the form of high-stakes Scrabble.

  • Breathless


    A classic of the French New Wave, A Bout de Souffle (Breathless) was Godard’s debut feature film, a career breakthrough for Belmondo and a career recovery for Seberg after her travails in Otto Preminger’s Saint Joan and Bonjour Tristesse.

  • Limbo


    Scottish director Ben Sharrock crafts a darkly-comic tale of bureaucracy and humanity set on a Hebridean island where four refugees find themselves trapped between their past and future lives, waiting on the decisions of a British state that is both physically and emotionally distant.

  • I’m Your Man

    I’m Your Man

    “A science-fiction with soul and a romance written for adults.  Just like its mechanical hero, this tender film is attractive, smart and cunningly designed to win your heart.” Pamela Hutchinson, Empire

  • Minari


    “Minari is a story of the American Dream. But Chung’s brilliance is in how he adds depth and complexity to those foundational ideas – it’s in the spaces in between that we find love, loss, hope, and regret.” Clarisse Loughrey, Independent

  • Mr. Jones

    Mr. Jones

    Set in the 1930s, amid the posturing and jostling preceding WWII, Mr. Jones sees Stalin promoting the Soviet “utopia” to the Western world. A young journalist travels to Moscow to uncover the truth behind the propaganda. But what then? Having herself been persecuted and driven out of Communist Poland, Agnieszka Holland has first-hand experience of…

  • White Riot

    White Riot

    In 1976, underground theatre activist Red Saunders co-founded Rock Against Racism to mount demonstrations and concerts against the growing influence of the far-right National Front. RAR brought together punk, ska, reggae and the new wave, joining and harnessing their creative energies in protest against racism, xenophobia and bigotry. Involving numerous RAR key players, Shah’s award-winning…

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse

    An hypnotic and hallucinatory tale of two lighthouse keepers trying to keep a grip on their sanity and humanity on a remote New England island in the 1890s. “As with The Witch, it’s the atmosphere that seeps into you like sea brine. You don’t watch this film, you are submerged in it.” Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro…

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