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Isle Of Dogs
Wes Anderson's latest stop-motion animation is irrepressibly delightful and is sure to become another of his classics.
Beast

Michael Peace's dark coming-of-age tale is a British psychological thriller that'd make Hitchcock proud.

Release Date: 27th Apr, 2018 | By James Luxford
The Leisure Seeker

A golden oldie road movie, The Leisure Seeker is the first English-language work from the award-winning Italian director Paolo Virzi ...

Release Date: 20th Apr, 2018 | By James Mottram
Funny Cow

Maxine Peake is outstanding as working-class woman who longs to be a stand-up comedian.

Release Date: 20th Apr, 2018 | By Neil Smith
Custody

A gripping, tension-filled drama that heralds a stunning new cinematic voice in Xavier Legrand.

Release Date: 13th Apr, 2018 | By Neil Smith
120 BPM

An intimate epic set at the height of the AIDS crisis, Robin Campillo's passionate drama is a triumph.

Release Date: 6th Apr, 2018 | By James Mottram
Ready Player One

Steven Spielberg is back to his bravura blockbusting best in this jaw-dropping adaptation of Ernest Cline's bestseller.

Release Date: 30th Mar, 2018 | By Ian Freer
Isle Of Dogs

Wes Anderson's latest stop-motion animation is irrepressibly delightful and is sure to become another of his classics.

Release Date: 30th Mar, 2018 | By Adam Smith
The Square

Ruben Östlund's unforgettable Palme D'Or winner is a searing satire set in the world of modern art with moments of hilarity and audacity.

Release Date: 16th Mar, 2018 | By Anna Smith
Wonder Wheel

The story of four characters, whose lives intertwine amid the bustle of the Coney Island amusement park in the 1950s.

Release Date: 9th Mar, 2018 | By Mark Williams
You Were Never Really Here

Lynne Ramsay's first film since We Need To Talk About Kevin is an impactful thriller featuring a career-best turn from Joaquin Pheonix.

Release Date: 9th Mar, 2018 | By Damon Wise
Miyazaki Magic

Don’t miss this Studio Ghibli season coming to Picturehouse…

Release Date: 4th Mar, 2018 | By John-Paul Pierrot
A Fantastic Woman

A transgender singer is left in shock after the sudden death of her partner in Sebastián Lelio's Almodóvar-esque masterpiece.

Release Date: 2nd Mar, 2018 | By James Mottram
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