A Star is Born (15)
A musician helps a young singer find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral.
Amazing Animations for 0-7 year-olds (U)
Like childhood, animation is full of wonder and simple pleasures. This carefully chosen programme for our littlest and most special audience contains 14 wonderful short films, full of joy.
An Elephant Sitting Still (TBC)
Winner of the FIPRESCI Prize at the Berlin Film Festival, An Elephant Sitting Still is the first and last film from acclaimed author, Hu Bo.
Anna and the Apocalypse (15)
It’s close to Christmas in the sleepy Scottish town of Little Haven. When a zombie apocalypse suddenly threatens the town, Anna and her friends must fight, slash and sing their way to survival as they battle hordes of the undead.
Arthur Christmas (U)
Deck the halls with excitement, fun and wonder in this modern Christmas classic from the makers of Wallace & Gromit, Aardman Animations.
Assassination Nation (18)
Assassination Nation is a provocative, stylish and relentless sensory experience, steeped in cinematic references, offering deft commentary on current politics and the #MeToo movement.
Beautiful Boy (15)
Starring Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet, Beautiful Boy is a harrowing film about a father’s torment at witnessing his son’s downward spiral, succumbing to the effects of crystal meth and heroin.
Before Stonewall (15)
Into Film is proud to present an educational screening for young people aged 15 - 19 of Before Stonewall as part of our LGBT History Month programme showcasing LGBTQ+ cinema.
Can You Ever Forgive Me (15)
In this acclaimed comedy biopic, Melissa McCarthy stars as Lee Israel, best-selling celebrity biographer who committed one of the greatest literary frauds of the last 50 years.
Wash Westmoreland’s (Still Alice) charming biopic of the mime artist, actress, journalist and novelist Collete.
Die Hard (15)
NYPD officer John McClane crashes a Christmas party to save his wife from nefarious terrorist Hans Gruber.
The Favourite (15)
The latest from Greek auteur Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth) is a delightfully witty romp, and winner of this year's Grand Special Jury Prize at Venice.
Free Solo (12A)
A stunning, intimate and unflinching portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold, as he prepares to achieve his lifelong dream
Green Book (12A)
An uplifting true story of an odd- friendship between Italiam-American Tony Lip who in 1962 is hired to chauffeur African-American pianist Dr. Don Shirley on a concert tour through the Deep South.
Groundhog Day (PG)
Weatherman Phil Connors (Bill Murray) is sent to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, to cover the annual Groundhog Day festivities, over and over again, in this iconic cult classic.
Hale County This Morning, This Evening (TBC)
Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, Hale County This Morning, This Evening allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South.
His Girl Friday (U)
When reporter Hildy’s conniving editor and ex-husband Walter finds out that she’s forsaking journalism to marry dull insurance man, he pushes an epic scoop her way.
The Illusionist (PG)
Originally written by French cinema legend Jacques Tati, critically acclaimed Sylvain Chomet adapted the script and brought it to life in his distinctive, beautifully hand- drawn style.
Island of the Hungry Ghosts (15)
This extraordinary debut feature by Gabrielle Brady follows trauma counsellor Poh Lin, as she attempts to support refugees detained in a high-security detention facility.
It's A Wonderful Life (U)
When George Bailey loses sight of the impact of his good deeds an angel called Clarence is sent to Earth to give him a helping hand.
Somewhere near the Shadow Mountains, lumberjack Red has fallen deeply for the beguiling Mandy. But the life he has made for himself comes crashing down when a vile band of Satanic cultists penetrate his idyllic paradise.
Marvellous Animation for 8 – 15 year-olds (PG)
These twelve films from ten different countries have been chosen especially for children aged 8 and upwards - but adults will also enjoy these marvellous films.
Meet Me in St. Louis (U)
Judy Garland stars in this delightful and romantic musical set in suburban St. Louis, where the four daughters of the Smith family are happily looking forward to the arrival of next year’s 1904 World’s Fair.
From acclaimed director Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars, Wolf Children), Mirai is a daringly original story of love passed down through generations
The Muppet Christmas Carol (U)
The Muppet characters tell their version of the classic Charles Dickens' tale of an old and bitter miser's redemption on Christmas Eve.
Nae Pasaran (12A)
Nae Pasaran reveals for the first time the incredible impact made by Scottish factory workers 40 years ago against one of the most repressive dictatorships of the 20th century.
The Old Man and the Gun (15)
Director David Lowery (A Ghost Story) tells the ‘mostly true’ story of ageing gentleman bank-robber Forrest Tucker, whose audacious escape from San Quentin at the age of 70, and unprecedented string of heists, confounded the authorities and enchanted the public.
Co-Directed by internationally acclaimed choreographer Angelin Preljocaj, Polina is a visually and sonically gorgeous coming-of-age film based on the graphic novel by Bastien Vives.
RBG is a revelatory documentary exploring the exceptional life and career of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Rosa Luxemburg (12A)
This remarkable biopic explores one of the most fascinating figures in modern European political history, the Marxist revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg.
Winner of this year's Palme d’Or at Cannes, this superb family drama from legendary director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Like Father, Like Son) is full of emotion and characters of unassuming depth.
Sidewalk Stories has all the elements of the great silent comedies: physical grace, perfect timing and sly social commentary. Most of all, it’s very, very funny. The difference: Sidewalk Stories wasn’t made in 1919, but 1989. And if you’ve wanted to see it since then, you’ve had very few opportunities.
Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big Adventures! (U)
Thomas sets off from Sodor to become the first engine to travel the world. His adventures take him to five continents as he sees deserts, jungles and dangerous mountains.
Three Identical Strangers (12A)
The astonishing story of three men who make the chance discovery, at the age of 19, that they are identical triplets, separated at birth and adopted to different parents.
True North: The Story of a Song (PG)
Fresh from its sold-out world premiere at LIFF2018, this short documentary of and by Yorkshire-based Commoners Choir sticks two fingers up at the corporate side of arts funding.
Eight female Mā ori directors worked together to produce this portmanteau film which offers a fascinating insight into Mā ori culture.
From Oscar-winning director Steve McQueen (12 Years A Slave) comes a blistering heist thriller set against a backdrop of crime, passion and corruption.
The Wild Pear Tree (15)
Sinan has always wanted to be a writer. Returning to the village where he was born, he pours his heart and soul into scraping together the money he needs to be published, but his father’s debts soon catch up with him.
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown & 9 to 5 (15)
This NYE, as we bid farewell to 2018, we’re screening a couple of modern classics which capture both the fabulousness and the fury of the female experience.
The Workshop (15)
Teenager Antoine attends a summer writing class with the help of celebrated novelist Olivia. While the class set about their projects, Olivia is at once troubled and fascinated by Antoine’s anxious and aggressive behaviour, reflected in his prose.