Recent Releases (above)
Saturday 2 July 2022
Now we are open, we’re continuing to offer a select range of films that can be streamed for watching at home (listed below). The distributors share a proportion of the ticket price with us so each ticket purchase via links on this site does support our efforts.
Please read this for an explanation about accounts you will need to create depending on which films you wish to watch. For the best experience connect your computer or mobile device to your television. Thanks for your continued support and consider a visit to our Screen 1 for the best cinema selection.
Animated story about one of the worst ever storms at sea in 1899 and an astonishing lifeboat rescue. Acclaimed UK actress Celia Imrie voices the drama, with all the gusto and fireside intimacy of a tale retold in a warm pub on a cold winter’s night.
2021 | Dir Stephen Cookson | 62 mins | UK
Exploited by his ruthless boss, taxi driver Jin sees a way out via a relationship with one of his regular pickups. French with English subtitles.
2019 | Dir Frédéric Farrucci | 95 mins | France
Life at work becomes unbearable for Orna. Her boss appreciatyes and promotes her while making inappropriate advances. Hebrew with English subtitles.
2018 | Dir Michal Aviad | 93 mins | Israel
Home for Christmas, Milan discovers that his eldest son, Adam, is a member of a para-military youth group. Slovak and German with English subtitles.
2019 | Dir Marko Škop | 93 mins | Slovakia | Czech Republic
A sculptor visits a remote village and finds himself centre stage in a conflict between land and nature. Bengali with English subtitles.
2020 | Dir Rezwan Shahriar Sumit | 100 mins | Bangladesh
Faced with surgery to restore his sight, filmmaker Mark Cousins embarks on a global odyssey from his own bed to celebrate the role of visual culture in human experience, and in his own life. Read more…..
2021 | Dir Mark Cousins | 90 mins | UK | Ireland
A missing woman returns home, igniting an intense bond with her sister. United they unearth their mother’s past but the truth has devastating consequences. Read more…..
2020 | Dir Cathy Brady | 85 mins | Ireland
On the Pembrokeshire border, a man (Michael Smiley) working solo shifts in the quietest toll booth in Wales, hides from a criminal past where nobody would ever look. Read more…..
2021 | Dir Ryan Andrew Hooper | 83 mins | UK
Maxime works in a mine in Val d’Or. One day, an explosion resounds underground. As part of the rescue mission, Maxime descends into the cave of the mine with the firm intention to save his colleagues. French with English subtitles. Read more…..
2021 | Dir Sophie Dupuis | 97 mins | Canada
Two sisters, Alma and Elizabeth, along with a dog who’s described as a “philosopher,” have come to Alma’s remote house to reconnect with Wesley after twenty years. Read more…..
2019 | Dir Mickey Reece | 82 mins | USA
The film follows the formations of Zambia’s most popular rock band of the 1970s, WITCH, and documents the life of its lead singer Jagari (whose name is an Africanisation of Mick Jagger’s). Through the resurrection of a music that was forgotten by many and unheard by most, the film explores the life of a former African rockstar, and the excitement around the rediscovery of his music by a new generation of Western fans. Read more…..
2019 | Dir Gio Arlotta | 88 mins | Czech | Italy | Zambia
Tense and gripping, this South Korean entry at the 2021 Oscars is a powerful political thriller which charts one of the most shocking incidents in the country’s turbulent history. Read more……
2020 | Dir Woo Min-ho | 114 mins | South Korea
From award-winning director Elia Suleiman, a comic sage exploring identity, nationality and belonging, in which ES asks the fundamental questioon: where is the place we can truly call home? English, French, Arabic, Spanish, Hebrew with English subtitles. Read more………
2019 | Dir Elia Suleiman | 102 mins | France | Qatar | Germany
With a lucky run at the track and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. When Franco learns that Curve is failing, she turns to today’s queer activists to determine her path forward. Read more…..
2021 | Dir Jen Rainin and Rivkah Beth Medow | 98 mins | USA
Unfolding across the stunning landscape of Ireland, End of Sentence is a hilarious and touching father and son road-trip from director Elfar Adalsteins that premiered to acclaim at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Read more…..
2019 | Dir Elfar Adalsteins | 94 mins | Iceland | Ireland | USA
In a futuristic, post-apocalyptic world, K and Z roam the streets on the lookout for corpses and something even more valuable – fresh meat. English throughout. Read more……
2020 | Dir Chino Moya | Dur 92 mins | UK | Belgium | Sweden | Spain
The shocking true story of two Auschwitz prisoners who escaped hell and provided a rare first-hand and shocking report of genocide at the camp. English, Czech, Polish, Slovak, German with English subtitles. Read more…..
2021 | Dir Peter Bebjak | 94 mins | Slovakia | Germany
Anna Kerrigan’s award-winning debut shows a rare understanding of the complexities and challenges of modern family life, when a father and his transgender son escape to the mountains of Montana. Read more…..
2020 | Dir Anna Kerrigan | 85 mins | USA
A dramatic, stirring tale of Margo Crane on her journey along the Stark River, in search of her estranged mother. During her odyssey, she grows up fast and learns that family isn’t always connected by blood. Read more….
2019 | Dir Haroula Rose | 92 mins | USA
A modern re-imagining of Vittoria de Sica’s Bicycle Thieves starring Alec Secăreanu (God’s Own Country). English and Romanian with English subtitles. Read more…..
2020 | Dir Matt Chambers | 79 mins | UK
A Korean family starts a farm in 1980s Arkansas. Academy Awards 2021 Winner Best Supporting Actress for Yuh-Jung Youn. English and Korean with English subtitles. Read more…..
2020 | Dir Lee Isaac Chung | 115mins | USA
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