The grave course of events set in motion by Thanos that wiped out half the universe and fractured the Avengers’ ranks compels the remaining heroes to take one last stand in Marvel Studios’ grand conclusion to twenty-two films, ENDGAME.
How do the Avengers undo ‘the Snap’? Does Ant-Man, trapped in the Quantum Realm, hold the key? Is this the end for Tony Stark and Steve Rogers? Find out all the answers in the decade-long saga’s epic finale.
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HOH Subtitled: This screening has subtitles for people with hearing loss
Presented in Dolby Atmos: Multidimensional sound for a unique audio experience
Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school - the end of her thus far disastrous eighth grade year - before she begins high school.
Kore-eda’s quietly devastating feature debut is one of the finest films of Japanese cinema. A young woman is deeply troubled by the fear that she brings death to those nearest and dearest to her. But with time and the wonders of nature around her, she awakens to find love, understanding and a sense of peace. Working with almost entirely natural lighting, Kore-eda’s remarkable and elegant camerawork makes this one of the most striking visual works committed to film.
“Profoundly moving” - TimeOut
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Kore-eda Retrospective: Following the massive success of his latest masterpiece, Shoplifters, Discover Tuesdays presents a season of Hirokazu Kore-eda's classic films.
Trying to make it on her own in New York City, ingénue Frances (Moretz) doesn’t think twice about returning the handbag she finds on the subway to its rightful owner. That owner is Greta (Huppert), a lonely and eccentric French piano teacher with a love for classical music. Having recently lost her mother, Frances quickly grows closer to widowed Greta. The two become fast friends — but Greta’s maternal charms grow increasingly disturbing as Frances discovers that nothing in Greta’s life is what it seems.
Judi Dench stars in Trevor Nunn’s drama inspired by the extraordinary true story of the KGB’s longest-serving British agent.
Joan Stanley’s tranquil retirement in rural England is shattered when she’s arrested by MI5. Why? She’s been hiding an incredible past: she’s one of the most influential spies in living history.
Rewind to Cambridge University in the 1930s, and the young Joan (Cookson), a demure physics student, falls intensely in love with a Russian saboteur, Leo. Through him, she begins to see that the world is on a knife-edge and perhaps must be saved from itself in the race to military supremacy.
Years later, while working at a top-secret nuclear research facility, Joan is confronted with the impossible. Would you betray your country and your loved ones, if it meant saving them? What price would you pay for peace? RED JOAN is the taut and emotional retelling of one woman’s sacrifice in incredible circumstances.
Contains moderate sex and suicide references.
Rose-Lynn Harlan is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek. Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer. Her mum Marion has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn’s Nashville nonsense. Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house.
A comedy-drama about mothers and daughters, dreams and reality and three chords and the truth.
When homicide detective Mike Hoolihan (Patricia Clarkson) is called to investigate the murder of a leading astrophysicist in New Orleans, she is confronted by a mystery that begins to affect her in ways she had never expected.
As the investigation deepens, a darker world is slowly revealed and she must use all of her skills and experience to piece together fragments of a wider conspiracy that lies behind the murder.
OUT OF BLUE is an unmissable neo-noir mystery in which one detective’s quest for truth begins to destabilise both her view of the world and her very being.
After the roaring success of 2017’s GET OUT, Jordan Peele hits us with another provocative helping of horror. US chronicles a family’s trip away to an idyllic beach house in Santa Cruz, California. Lupita Nyong’o (12 YEARS A SLAVE) plays mother Adelaide, who knew the seaside venue as a child, and Winston Duke (BLACK PANTHER) plays her husband, Gabe. As night draws in, four mysterious people appear, holding hands in the driveway of their lodging. They’re not just any intruders, but are grotesque and menacing doppelgängers of the family themselves. Tranquillity gives way panic and fear, and the family break descends into nightmarish uncertainty. Who are these creatures? Where did they come from? What do they want?
From acclaimed director Nadine Labaki (CARAMEL, WHERE DO WE GO NOW?) comes a stunning and unforgettable new film.
In a courtroom, a young boy named Zain (Zain Al Rafeea) stands before a judge. He asks to sue his own parents for giving him life. The circumstances that have brought him to this point take us on a journey through his poverty-stricken upbringing in Beirut where he lives with his family.
Forced to live by his wits in order to survive, Zain’s life reaches a turning point when his parents make an unforgivable deal that will see his younger sister married off. Left distraught by this terrible act, Zain takes to the road. While looking for work at a fairground, he befriends a young woman who is working illegally as a cleaner and helps to look after her adorable one-year-old baby, Jonas. Zain and Jonas form a touching bond but things get much more complicated when circumstances force Zain to make choices that will have huge ramifications.
CAPERNAUM is a tribute to the resilience of the human spirit – a battle cry for the forgotten, the unwanted and the lost that offers hope in the most unexpected of places.