What's on Today Mon 29 Aug

Head on over to this relaxed reading space in the Café/Bar, where you'll find comfy seats, copies of Roald Dahl's books, and activities for the kids. All the activities in this area are free and fully grown human beans are always welcome too!

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Indie darling Brady Corbet makes his directorial debut with this operatic psychodrama about what exactly makes a dictator.

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The travels of an adorable Dachshund are at the heart of this mordantly funny and elegantly wrought portmanteau comedy, as acerbic US indie director Todd Solondz (Happiness, Welcome to the Dollhouse) demonstrates he’s lost none of his bite.

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Pedro Almodóvar, one of cinema's great auteurs, returns to his roots with his 20th feature, a seriously good female-focused study of love and loss.

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A 15-year-old girl must make a brutal choice between loyalty and love when she falls for a Moroccan boy from a rival black gang, in this pulse-pounding crime-drama played out amidst the milieu of Brussels’ gang culture.

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Chinese director Zhao Liang acts as a modern-day Dante exploring Inner Mongolia’s environmental destruction, in this contemplative documentary and poetic protest against the destructive social and environmental effects of Chinese industrialisation.

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