Leave No Trace PG
|Fri 29 June||14:30, 17:00, 20:30|
|Sat 30 June||14:30, 18:40, 21:10|
|Sun 1 July||17:20, 19:50|
|Mon 2 July||15:10, 17:40, 20:10|
|Tue 3 July||15:10, 17:40, 20:10|
|Wed 4 July||15:00, 20:50|
|Thu 5 July||15:10, 17:40, 20:10|
- Screenings before 16:00: £8.00 full / £5.00 concessions
- Screenings after 16:00: £10.00 full / £8.00 concessions
- Aged 24 or under? You can see any screening at any time for £5.00
Winter's Bone director Debra Granik returns with this powerful, haunting film about a 13-year-old girl living off the grid with her war vet father.
Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie gives an incredible breakthrough performance as Tom, a teenager who has been living in the Oregon woods with her troubled father Will (Ben Foster), from an early age. Camped in the forest, they are peaceful, lo-tech survivalists, perfectly attuned to each other and the natural world. When a chance encounter blows their cover and social services intervene, the pair escape on a perilous journey back to the wilderness, where they are finally forced to confront their conflicting desires and re-evaluate their relationship...
A film of pure grace and power, this is a masterful portrait of people and communities living off the grid - indeed, some critics have said this is the film Captain Fantastic "should have been".