Audience Score: 90-100%

  • Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom

    Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom

    Bhutanese writer-director Pawo Choyning Dorji’s first feature film – made on an extremely small budget – weaves together images and stories that he collected as a photographer within Bhutan. Filming in the remote Himalayan village of Lunana was sun-dependent, as solar panels were used to power the crew’s camera, sound and laptop; Dorji explains that…

  • Eric Ravilious: Drawn to War

    Eric Ravilious: Drawn to War

    Eric Ravilious, painter, illustrator and designer, came from a poor background but was taught by leading artists Paul Nash and Henry Moore. With his distinctive use of watercolour he created ethereally romantic landscapes of the British Isles.

  • The Quiet Girl

    The Quiet Girl

    The debut feature film from the Irish documentary maker Colm Bairéad has earned plaudits both in Ireland and abroard, culminating in its nomination for the 2023 Academy Awards (Best International Film category). Bairéad both wrote the screenplay, based on the 2010 English-language novella Foster by Irish writer Claire Keegan, and directed the film, and his…

  • 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.

  • 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…

  • Honeyland


    This surprise Sundance triple winner accompanies Hatidze Muratova, the last in a long line of wild beekeepers in northern Macedonia. The first film ever to be nominated for Oscars as both best documentary and best international feature film. Hatidze and her mother are the last inhabitants of an abandoned village in North Macedonia, where she…

  • Jellyfish


    Life is tough for 15 year-old Sarah, (Liv Hill in a terrific performance), mum is a bipolar, younger twin sisters are a handful and no one else is trying to hold things together. Sarah needs to earn money so there’s not much time for friendships at school. What if she could start earning money in…

  • Free Solo

    Free Solo

    Outstanding Oscar-winning documentary of climber Alex Honnold’s solo, ropeless ascent of sheer 3000 feet El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. We watch the meticulous preparations and planning, the false starts and setbacks in a study of courage, skill and the single-mindedness of striving to achieve what no one else has. This crowd-pleasing doc with stunning…

  • In the Heat of the Night

    In the Heat of the Night

    It’s the 1960s, an African-American detective (Poitier) from Philadelphia becomes reluctantly involved in a murder investigation in a small Mississippi town where the racial tension is almost palpable. With his life under threat and his Southern police partner (Steiger) holding dubious views on race, this is going to be the toughest of assignments. Adapted by…

  • Mandariinid


    Georgia 1990: a separatist war closes in on a tangerine farm. The farmer simply wants to harvest his crop when two wounded soldiers – enemies – appear on his door step. Oscar nom., 11 wins. Engaging, intelligent, anti-war storytelling. Guardian.

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Professor Kaul with WFC Committee

Professor Kaul and audience

Michael Brunt, former Mayor of Merton

In the bar at the Curzon