Following director Damon Gameau as he embarks on a global journey to meet innovators and change makers in the areas of economics, technology, agriculture, education and sustainability.
The latest animated tale from Dreamworks is a fun, fast- paced action adventure about a little girl and her yeti companion in a race-against-time trip from China to the Himalayas.
Stunningly shot on 16mm, Mark Jenkin’s Bait is a timely and funny, yet poignant new film that gets to the heart of a community facing unwelcome change.
First a Girl (U)
Did you know that one of the most brilliant 1930s musicals was made in the UK? Sly, sparkling comedy First a Girl is a joy to watch and everything you need for your big screen musical fix.
Frozen II (U)
Why was Elsa born with magical powers? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom. Follow up to one of the most beloved animations in recent years!
Funny Girl (PG)
Following the life of comedienne Fanny Brice, starting off in the Jewish slums of the Lower East Side all the way to Broadway as a Ziegfeld Girl.
The Greatest Showman (PG)
P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) displays a natural talent for publicity and promotion and turns to show business to indulge his limitless imagination - starting the greatest show on Earth!
Three rules: no water, no bright light and never any food after midnight. A brilliant 1980s horror-comedy celebrating 35 years since its release. As savagely funny as ever, Joe Dante's Yuletide themed Gremlins is perfect for the winter months!
Guided tours of the cinema & projection room (U)
These short tours offer a unique chance to learn more about the inner workings of our historic, Grade II listed, Picture House.
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.
Knives Out (12A)
Director Rian Johnson (Looper, Star Wars: The Last Jedi) melds Agatha Christie with Quentin Tarentino in this modern day whodunnit.
La Belle Epoque (15)
Victor is a disillusioned 60-something who feels alienated by the modern technologies that his wife can’t live without. Meeting the creator of a high-end re-enactment service that enables wealthy customers to live in the era of their choice, he returns to when he first met his wife.
Little Women (U)
Based loosely on the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott, Little Women unfolds as the author’s alter ego, Jo March, reflects upon her fictional life.
Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound (12A)
Directed by veteran Hollywood sound editor Midge Costin, the film reveals the hidden power of sound in cinema, introducing us to the unsung heroes who create it, and features insights from legendary directors with whom they collaborate.
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.
The Nightingale (18)
In 1825 Tasmania, Clare, an Irish convict and new mother is hell-bent on revenge following a brutal assault by Lieutenant Hawkins, a particularly cruel army commander.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG)
After another successful year of spreading seasonal fear, Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, has grown tired of the same old scare-and-scream routine and decides to try his skeleton hand at Christmas.
Ordinary Love (12A)
Joan (Manville) and Tom (Neeson) have had a long and loving marriage, but when she is diagnosed with Cancer
One of the most extraordinary musical melodramas ever made and a cult classic, Pakeezah is much beloved by audiences for Meena Kumari’s breathtakingly tragic turn as the doomed Sahibjaan, who is born in a graveyard to a dying mother who was once a famed courtesan.
The Projection Room In Focus (U)
Thanks to Leeds Inspired and the National Lottery Heritage Fund we are able to offer three in-depth tours of the cinema, with a focus on the projection room with our head projectionist Allan Foster.
Shooting The Mafia (15)
Singin' in the Rain + The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (U/PG)
A fantastic double bill of rainy musicals to start the new year singing! The first follows Hollywood's transition from silent to sound cinema and the second, two lovers through the French-Algerian war.
So Long, My Son (12A)
So Long, My Son traces the lives of two families over three decades of social, political and human upheaval in China. An acclaimed drama chronicling people and a society in full transformation.
Some Like It Hot (12A)
Armed with some dodgy wigs and wobbly falsettos, two down on their luck jazz musicians join the Syncopators where they meet Sugar Kane: a hooch-swilling, ukulele-playing knockout with a soft spot for badboy saxophone players.
Sorry We Missed You (15)
Sorry We Missed You is both a powerful indictment of the changing world of work in modern Britain, and an intimate portrayal of one family’s struggle within it.
The Two Popes (12A)
A division between the old and the new is played out through Pope Benedict (Anthony Hopkins) and his successor, Pope Francis (Jonathan Pryce).