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Explore a galaxy of black film stars with a celebration of the range, versatility and power of black actors in this season of films and events dedicated to some of the most magnetic performances ever to grace the cinema screen.
We are delighted to reveal the eight projects that have been selected for the 2016 shortlist – now open for your comments.
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The hilarious latest from What We Do In The Shadows director Taika Waititi is a goofy mash up of coming of age tale, buddy comedy, boys adventure and survivalist film about a foster kid who triggers a massive manhunt when he escapes to the New Zealand bush.
A first feature of fragile beauty from Bristol-based BAFTA-winner Esther May Campbell, this lush British drama centres on three children, one of whom goes on an odyssey to reach their distant mother.
Viggo Mortensen stars as an idealistic survivalist father raising his six children off the grid and away from contemporary civilisation - until events force them into the outside world - in this charming, energetic and eccentric comedy drama.
Tibetan director Pema Tseden’s beguiling fable explores identity, clashes of culture and the daily rituals of sheep herding amidst the changing face of Tibet.
To celebrate the release of Andrea Arnold’s American Honey, we present a cinematic itinerary of classic road trips across the heartland of the States.
Rachel Lang’s hopeful portrait of a girl who's down but not yet out follows her attempts to get her life back together after an impulsive decision.
Two New York boys fight to keep their parents’ personal business from sabotaging their connection in Ira Sachs’ (Love is Strange, Keep The Lights On) perfectly drawn and achingly sympathetic drama set against the gentrification of a Brooklyn neighbourhood.
What's on today - Wed 28 Sept
What's on tomorrow - Thu 29 Sept
|Captain Fantastic 15||14:50, 18:00||Book tickets|
|Hunt for the Wilderpeople 12A||15:20, 20:20||Book tickets|
|Hell Or High Water 15||17:40, 20:50||Book tickets|
|Light Years 12A||18:10||Book tickets|
|The Clan 15 (S)||20:30||Book tickets|
What's on - Fri 30 Sept
What's on - Sat 01 Oct
|Hunt for the Wilderpeople 12A||14:50||Book tickets|
|Little Men PG||15:00, 18:10, 20:30||Book tickets|
|Under the Shadow 15 (S)||15:20, 18:30, 20:40||Book tickets|
|Baden Baden 15 (S)||17:50||Book tickets|
|Tharlo PG (S)||20:20||Book tickets|
What's on - Sun 02 Oct
What's on - Mon 03 Oct
What's on - Tue 04 Oct
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