What's on

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All screenings

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19 February

#sugarwater (N/C 12+)

A documentary following the first ever performance by pioneering Deaf and disabled theatre company, Graeae.

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20 February

A Change in the Weather (N/C 15+)

Fiction and reality become blurred when a theatre director revisits a creative collaboration

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25 February

A Cool Sound From Hell (N/C 12+)

A fascinating vision of hipster Toronto from six decades ago

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23 February

A Cure for Wellness (N/C 18+)

A special screening of Gore Verbinski's highly anticipated horror about mysterious wellness centre at a remote location in the Swiss Alps.

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23-24 February

A Dark Song (N/C 15+)

A Dark Song impressively combines pitch black comedy, desperate grief and the supernatural. Director Liam Gavin will attend the Thurs 23 Feb screening.

  • Part of a Festival Strand Pioneer
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26 February

A Matter of Time (N/C 12+)

A heart-breaking yet hopeful film about the power of music

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23 February

A Quiet Passion (N/C 12+)

Director Terence Davies will attend this screening.

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23 February

A Silent Voice (N/C 12+)

Is it ever too late to atone for your sins?

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25-26 February

A Woman's Life (N/C 15+)

Stephané Brizé’s first feature since his Cannes prize-winner The Measure of a Man

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21 February

Access Film Club: Swim Team (N/C 15+)

Inspiring documentary following a competitive cohort of autistic teenagers who have the will to win at life.

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17-20 February

Across the Waters (N/C 12+)

Nicolo Donato returns with a thrilling drama inspired by the actions of his grandfather during the Second World War.

  • Part of a Festival Strand Pioneer
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29 January

Andrei Rublev (15)

Widely regarded as Tarkovsky's finest film.

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