Sun 16 Dec

Three Identical Strangers  12A  

Three Identical Strangers
The astonishing true story of three 19-year-old men who made the chance discovery that they were identical triplets, separated at birth and adopted to different parents - but then later go on to uncover an extraordinary, disturbing secret about their unique situation.

Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday  U  S Comedy Genius

Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday
Holidays are never boring with the well-meaning but chronically accident prone Monsieur Hulot - Jacques Tati’s glorious comic masterpiece, which follows its lovable, gauche protagonist as he attempts to relax ‘en vacances’.

Sorry to Bother You  15  

Sorry to Bother You
13:40, 17:20, 20:00
Musician and activist Boots Riley makes an incredible debut with this breathlessly inventive and funny fantastical satire about a black telemarketer who uses his 'white voice' to get a promotion in a horrible corporation.

Hollywood Shuffle  15  

Hollywood Shuffle
We are delighted to bring Robert Townsend’s debut hit comedy back to the big screen – a deeply satirical look at the racial stereotyping black people face in Hollywood.

The Image Book  15  S

The Image Book
Legendary Swiss film-maker Jean-Luc Godard brings this kaleidoscopic visual essay exploring the state of the modern world.

Of Home and Each Other

Of Home and Each Other
15:30 Sold Out, 16:00 Sold Out, 16:30 Sold Out, 17:00 Sold Out, 17:30 Sold Out, 18:00 Sold Out, 18:30, 19:00 Sold Out
Creative Director of Splash and Ripple and Pervasive Media Studio resident Rosie Poebright presents a new interactive audio experience set in Bristol’s Broadmead about migration, love, security and belonging in the face of adversity.

The Last Movie  15  

The Last Movie
Dennis Hopper followed the enormous success of Easy Rider with this exuberant passion project – a delirious, free-wheeling epic production shot in Central America with an incredible cast and an ambition to re-invent American cinema.

9 to 5  15  

9 to 5
In this classic feminist comedy that was decades ahead of its time, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton star as three women who, sick of their egotistical, sexist manager, seek to change their all-female workplace for good.

The House That Jack Built  18  PS

The House That Jack Built
The enfant terrible of arthouse cinema Lars von Trier (Nymphomaniac, Antichrist) returns with his most provocative work to date in this nasty, confrontational and highly divisive serial killer thriller starring Matt Dillon.

Lizzie  15  

Chloë Sevigny and Kristen Stewart star in this gripping feminist interpretation of the 1892 Lizzie Borden murders.