Tue 5th March
América is the uplifting, soulful story of three brothers who are brought together to care for their charismatic 93-year-old grandmother, América.
Wed 6th March
Capernaum follows the journey of gutsy 12-year-old Zain, who survives the dangers of the city streets by his wits. After fleeing from his parents, he asserts his rights by taking them to court, suing them for the ‘crime’ of giving him life.
Thu 7th March
They Live: A Visual and Cultural Awakening (15)
Plus discussion with Craig Oldham & Roger Luckhurst
Based on Ray Nelson’s 1963 short story Eight O'Clock in the Morning, They Live is a politically charged sci-fi horror, exploring how illusions sustain political power.
Sat 9th March
The Iron Giant (PG)
A superhero story filled with both exciting action and warmth of a caring, selfless friendship.
Sun 10th March
Princess Mononoke (PG)
This magnificent epic from Studio Ghibli's legendary filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki traces Japan's move from the Middle Ages to modernity with breathtaking artistry.
The German Sisters (15)
Considered one of the classics of the New German Cinema movement, The German Sisters tells a prescient and intimate story of Germany, based on the real-life story of the Enslein sisters.
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