What’s On

10 March 2018


Daughters Of The Dust

112 mins Certificate PG

Starring: Cora Lee Day, Adisa Anderson, Alva Rogers

Director: Julie Dash

UK/USA January 1991  Re-released 2016 (restored)

The first feature film directed by an Afro/American woman to be given theatrical distribution in the USA.   In 1902, the Peazant family, descendants of African slaves living on an island off the South Carolina coast, face a threat to their unique culture, language and way of life. Some of the younger generation have found new lives on the mainland and return to encourage others to join them. The past, present and future of the family are seen through the eyes of an unborn child.

31 March 2018

Things to Come

Things To Come

102 mins Certificate 12A

Starring: Isabelle Huppert, André Marcon, Roman Kolinka

Director: Mia Hansen-Løve

France/Germany 2016

Elizabeth Huppert stars in this French-language art-house art house film as a chic philosophy professor. She soldiers through her mother’s death, gets fired from her job and deals with a husband who is cheating on her. French, German and English languages, with English subtitles.

14 April 2018


The Eagle Huntress

87mins  Certificate  U

With Aisholpan and Rys Nurgaiv [as themselves] Narrated by Daisy Ridley

Director: Otto Bell

UK/Mongolia/USA  2016

This spellbinding documentary follows the engaging Aisholpan, a 13-year-old nomadic Mongolian girl who is fighting to become the first female eagle hunter in twelve generations of her Kazakh family. Kazakh language with English subtitles and narration.

28 April 2018


Hidden Figures

127 mins   Certificate PG

Starring: Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe, Kevin Costner & Kirsten Dunst

Director: Theodore Melfi

USA  2016

The incredible true story of three brilliant African-American female mathematicians at NASA who play a vital role in launching astronaut John Glenn into orbit, turning around the space race and galvanising the world. Oscar nominated and, “a thunderously feel good experience”.

19 May 2018


Their Finest

117 mins  Certificate 12A

Starring:  Gemma Arterton. Sam Clafin, Bill Nighy

Director: Lone Scherfig

UK/Sweden  2016

During the Blitz a secretary is recruited to a Ministry of Information team to write scripts for the production of propaganda films. Facing sexism, jealous relatives and political interference the team struggle to deliver the film. In the face of those challenges, they share a hope to contribute something meaningful in this time of war and in their own lives.

Films screened at 7.30pm. Doors open 7.00pm. Licensed bar available after (and occasionally before) the screening.

Please note, this programme is provisional and subject to change without notice.