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The weekly daytime screening of one of the current films in the programme for parents/carers with babies under 12 months.
A fascinating, stylish tour-de-force from the ever-provocative Balabanov about a Russian war veteran who feeds more than coal into his incinerator. But even he, it turns out, has his limits...Book Tickets
This rich thriller-come-coming of age tale captures the best of classic American storytelling. Mud (Matthew McConaughey) is a fugitive hiding out from bounty hunters on a remote Mississippi island, when two teenage boys discover him.Book Tickets
Ginger Baker, the unforgettable drummer from Cream and Blind Faith was there when Jimi Hendrix died - he's shared the drugs, the music, the names, and the groups. This fascinating documentary that charts the life and times of the controversial star is essential viewing.Book Tickets
Fifty years ago people on the streets of Paris were asked; Are you happy? Searching for Happiness takes advantage of a new era of creative technology to ask the same question today.Book Tickets
Pedro Almodovar returns to his wilder comedy roots with this hugely entertaining, gloriously camp and gleefully rude new film stuffed full of hilariously over the top performances and moments. It's a breath of fresh air: all bright colours, big characters, and feelgood kitsch.Book Tickets
This terrific thriller from Tobias Lindholm follows a Danish freighter that is captured by Somali pirates on the Indian Ocean. Packed with suspense, it charts the deteriorating conditions aboard and the pressures of negotiation that affect both hostages and pirates.Book Tickets
This month the Festival of Ideas brings a whole host of inspiring events to Watershed. To accompany the festival DShed presents Five Lightbulb Moments, five stimulating shorts that include a moment of dawning comprehension, or that just make you think.