Members’ Choice

  • The Holdovers

    The Holdovers

    The star (Paul Giamatti) and director (Alexander Payne) of Sideways reunite, in this funny and bittersweet comedy-drama about staff and pupils of a New England boarding school ‘held over’ to reluctantly spend the holidays together.

  • Monster

    Monster

    An incident involving a troubled schoolboy has ramifications for the wider community. Shape-shifting mystery drama from distinguished Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Shoplifters), featuring a score by the late great Ryuichi Sakamoto.  Winner Cannes Best Screenplay Award.

  • The Innocent

    The Innocent

    Fun French screwball caper.  Writer-director Louis Garrel also stars as young Lyons widower Abel, who becomes suspicious of his mother’s new husband, ex-con Michel. 

  • Joyland

    Joyland

    Touching, bittersweet Pakistani family drama.  Different members of an extended family in Lahore struggle with the restrictions imposed on their lives by strict cultural norms. 

  • Rififi

    Rififi

    Enormously influential French crime classic: Jules Dassin depicts the perfect heist in more ways than one, telling his story so effectively that he provided the template for the entire heist movie genre.  Best Director Award, Cannes. 

  • Seaside Special

    Seaside Special

    Funny, entertaining doc exploring British cultural identity: a Norfolk coastal resort prepares for the 2019 summer season and the UK’s last original end-of-the-pier variety show.

  • Blue Jean

    Blue Jean

    A closeted PE teacher in 1980s Britain struggles to keep her sexuality hidden after the arrival of a new student.

  • Holy Spider

    Holy Spider

    Zar Amir Ebrahimi won Best Actress at Cannes for her role as an investigative journalist going undercover to track down a killer.

  • All That Breathes

    All That Breathes

    After a successful world premiere at the 2022 Sundance Festival, Shaunak Sen’s documentary on two brothers who tend injured Black Kites in New Delhi went on to pick up major awards at Cannes and the London Film Festival, and was nominated for both the Oscars and BAFTAs. Focusing on a particular ecological crisis in the…

  • 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…

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