Season: 2021-22

  • Paris, 13th District

    Paris, 13th District

    Émilie meets Camille, who is attracted to Nora, who crosses paths with Amber … while they all try to figure out what to do with their lives.

  • 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.

  • Wildfire


    The reference to the wider Troubles is clear enough, but this is really a film about frayed relationships and the oppressive legacy of families

  • 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.

  • Tomboy


    Summer holidays are when young people can find the freedom to push boundaries and explore their identity; relocating to a new home and school can let them change how they are perceived.

  • 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

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