In the late 17th century, Benedetta Carlini joins a convent in Pescia, Tuscany. Capable from an early age of performing miracles, and with plague ravaging the land, Benedetta’s impact on the community is devastating and momentous.
Billy Liar (PG)
Celebrate Yorkshire Day (Monday 1st August) with this much-loved masterpiece of tragic northern comedy.
The Deathless Woman (TBC)
A poetic and elegiac account of the Nazi genocide of the Roma expressed through the supernatural myth of the ‘deathless woman’.
Everything Everywhere All At Once (15)
A hilarious and big-hearted interdimensional action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman who can't seem to finish her taxes.
Free Romani Language Workshop
Join us for a Free Romani Language Workshop in conjunction with the screening of The Deathless Woman.
This debut feature and 2021 Venice Golden Lion winner directed by Audry Diwan, is a powerful indictment of women's reproductive rights in 60s France.
The Innocents (15)
An audience favourite wherever it screens, The Innocents is a brilliantly supernatural Norwegian fable led by self-assured and creepy performances from the child actors.
Khartoum Offside (TBC)
Defying the ban imposed by Sudan’s Islamic government, a group of exceptional young women in Khartoum are determined to play football professionally. Anintimate documentary from award-winning Sudanese filmmaker Marwa Zein.
Real life Maltese fisherman Jesmark Scicluna won a Sundance Jury Prize for his portrayal of a hard-working but conflicted father who must choose between his young family and their island tradition.
Daniel Draper's third Labour party documentary spotlights 'the safest labour seat in the country', Walton Consistuency.
The Northman (15)
An action-filled epic that follows a young Viking prince on his quest to avenge his father’s murder, from Robert Eggers, director of the Witch and The Lighthouse.
The social injustices, hierachies and bullying endemic in our morden society are written in miniature in this unsettling and unforgettable portrayal of school yard barbarism.
The Quiet Girl (12A)
Colm Bairéad’s feature debut is a beautifully crafted story of a young girl coming to terms with loss and the discovering the importance of close family in rural Ireland.
The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent (15)
Nicolas Cage stars as... Nicolas Cage, in the meta action-comedy hall of mirrors of the living myth and legend that is... Nicolas Cage.
We Are Our Mountains (12A)
We present a rare, if not unique opportunity to see some of the classics of Soviet 60's cinema on the big screen. Relatively unknown abroad, Henrik Malyan's cult satire is a splendid example of the humour of Armenian cinema.