What's on Today Tue 14 Aug

Big Bad Fox and Other Tales U (D) Anim18

Film Big Bad Fox and Other Tales

13:30, 15:40

From the makers of Ernest and Celestine comes a new trio of joyful animations featuring some of the wisest cracking animals that you could ever hope to meet.

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The Heiresses 12A (S)

Film The Heiresses

15:20, 17:50

The bond of a longtime lesbian couple is tested when one is sent to prison for debt and the other rediscovers her passions while chauffeuring wealthier older ladies in this Berlinale Silver Bear-winning drama from Paraguay.

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The Escape 15

Film The Escape

15:30, 20:40

In Dominic Savage’s moving portrait of a failing marriage, Gemma Artertondelivers a commanding performance of unwavering conviction as a suburban housewife and mother suffocating under the weight of her domestic burdens.

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La Pointe Courte PG (S) Agnès Varda

Film La Pointe Courte

18:10

Anticipating the style and attitude of the New Wave, Agnès Varda’s directorial debut remains as fresh and original as the day it was made.

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Leaning Into The Wind: Andy Goldsworthy PG

Film Leaning Into The Wind: Andy Goldsworthy

18:20

Some 17 years after their first collaboration Rivers and Tides, acclaimed artist Andy Goldsworthy and director Thomas Riedelsheimer are reunited to to look again at Goldsworthy’s unique, tactile and unusually site-specific work that celebrates and relishes harmony in natural surroundings.

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Apostasy PG

Film Apostasy

20:00

Written and directed by Daniel Kokotajlo, a former Jehovah's Witness, this is a remarkable, authentic, and rare insight into the complex nature of faith, family, duty and love.

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Under the Tree 15 (S)

Film Under the Tree

20:30

A dispute between neighbours spirals violently out of control in this dark and savage Icelandic suburban satire with bickering couples, mooning garden gnomes, disappearing pets... and a chainsaw.

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