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BFI London Film Festival 2022

We are delighted to be a Venue Partner for BFI London Film Festival (LFF) in partnership with American Express, giving our audience the first chance to see a selection of exciting new titles from LFF on the big screen, at the home of film in Glasgow.

Booking will open for our CineCard members on Saturday 10 September at 12pm. Tickets will go on general sale on Tuesday 13 September at 12pm.

We'll be screening the following titles:

Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical (Dir. Matthew Warchus)
Wednesday 5 October, 19.45

White Noise (Dir. Noah Baumbach)
Thursday 6 October, 19.55

Nanny (Dir. Nikyatu Jusu)
Saturday 8 October, 18.00

Close (Dir. Lukas Dhont)
Saturday 8 October, 20.30

Holy Spider (Dir. Ali Abbasi)
Sunday 9 October, 16.20

Living (Dir. Oliver Hermanus)
Sunday 9 October, 19.30

The Good Nurse (Dir. Tobias Lindholm)
Tuesday 11 October, 17.30

The Whale (Dir. Darren Aronofsky)
Tuesday 11 October, 20.15

Triangle of Sadness (Dir. Ruben Östlund)
Wednesday 12 October, 19.45

The Banshees of Inisherin (Dir. Martin McDonagh)
Thursday 13 October, 20.15

Call Jane (Dir. Phyllis Nagy)
Friday 14 October, 20.15

Decision to Leave (Dir. Park Chan-wook)
Saturday 15 October, 20.00

My Policeman (Dir. Michael Grandage)
Sunday 16 October, 16.30

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Dir. Rian Johnson)
Sunday 16 October, 19.15

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Films in this Season

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5 October

Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical (PG)

​Emma Thompson leads a dazzling ensemble in this rousing big screen adaptation of the smash-hit, Olivier-winning stage musical.

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6 October

White Noise (N/C 15+)

​Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s ‘unfilmable’ cult novel is a wonderfully idiosyncratic dark comedy starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig.

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8 October

Nanny (N/C 15+)

​Winner of the US Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Nanny is a captivating portrait of labour, privilege and motherhood.

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8 October

Close (N/C 15+)

Two boys’ intense friendship is dramatically disrupted in this heartrending and Cannes-winning coming-of-age drama by Lukas Dhont.

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9 October

Holy Spider (N/C 18+)

A terrifying retelling of the case of the Spider Killer, a serial killer hunting down sex workers in Iran.

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9 October

Living (12A)

Living stars Bill Nighy as a man determined - in the time he has left - to wake from his slumber and make a mark on the world.

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11 October

The Good Nurse (N/C 15+)

A refreshingly unsensational portrait of a serial killer, featuring sensational performances from Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne.

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11 October

The Whale (N/C 15+)

With exquisite writing and pitch-perfect performances The Whale is destined to be one of the talking-point films of the year.

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12 October

Triangle of Sadness (N/C 15+)

After taking on the art world in The Square, Ruben Östlund turns his attention to high fashion and the uber-rich, channelling a deep vein of acerbic black comedy.

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13 October

LFF: The Banshees of Inisherin (N/C 15+)

Martin McDonagh returns with this jewel of a tragicomedy, a shimmering tale of friendship, feuds and Irish identity.

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14 October

Call Jane (N/C 15+)

An important episode in the history of the American women’s movement is dramatised in this confident directorial debut from Carol screenwriter Phyllis Nagy.

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15 October

LFF: Decision to Leave (15)

​​In this sublime, Hitchcockian noir thriller from Park Chan-wook, a detective gets a little too close to the murder he’s trying to solve.

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16 October

My Policeman (15)

​Like a forgotten treasure from the golden age of British cinema, this sweeping romantic drama stars Harry Styles in the title role.

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (N/C 12+) is Sold out 16 October

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (N/C 12+)

More an equal than a sequel, Rian Johnson reunites with Daniel Craig (who reunites with that accent) for a new Knives Out.

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