What's on Today Sat 24 March

Join us for Disney Pixar's Oscar®-winning ode to Mexican culture and family - being dead has never looked this fun!

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As Bristol celebrates its recent status as UNESCO City of Film, join us for a screening of Bristol-set, British 'New Wave' classic Some People and a panel discussion about the music, fashion and locations featured in the film, and 1960s British cinema and culture.

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As Bristol celebrates its recent status as UNESCO City of Film, come and rediscover this colourful and vibrant film that remains an important snapshot of everyday life for young people growing up in Bristol in the 1960s.

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Director Ruben Östlund (Force Majeure) returns with this Palme d'Or-winning hilarious satire on art, culture and communication in the digital age.

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French actor-turned-director Eric Caravaca's powerful and unsettling documentary unearths the mystery surrounding his sister Charlotte's death and the systematic erasure of her life by his parents, who harbour very different memories of their daughter.

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Greta Gerwig's critically adored directorial debut is a sweet, funny ode to adolescence, small towns, the early 2000s and, ultimately, the relationship between mothers and daughters - and it's one of our favourite films of the year...

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One of our favourite films of recent times, here's another chance to catch this gorgeous and moving adaptation of André Acriman's acclaimed novel, a sun-kissed queer love story about the relationship between a 17-year-old and an older man.

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Those looking for a more explicit exploration of faith and God – themes for which Bergman would become famed for in his films – should look no further than the medieval pageantry of The Seventh Seal - Bergman’s allegorical drama starring Max von Sydow as a knight trying to elude his own death.

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Lynne Ramsay (We Need To Talk About Kevin, Ratcatcher) makes a long-awaited return with this brilliantly executed minimalist noir starring Joaquin Phoenix as a gun-for-hire who specialises in saving victims from child sex rings.

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Hirokazu Kore-eda makes a great departure from his usual gentle family dramas (After The Storm, Nobody Knows, Still Walking) with this complex and captivating murder mystery.

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