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The Leisure Seeker

Ella (Helen Mirren) and John (Donald Sutherland) play a retired couple who in a bid to escape from their protective children decide to take a road trip in their old winnebago, christened the ‘The Leisure Seeker’. In what starts...

I am not your negro

In June 1979 writer James Baldwin wrote a letter to his agent about a book he would never finish. 50 years later, his profound words would ring even truer in director Raoul Peck’s thought-provoking documentary. Narrated by Samuel Jackson and...

Bunch of Kunst

Sweary and unapologetic ‘Bunch of Kunst’ is director Christine Franz’s documentary about the unlikely rise of two forty-year old men into one of the UK’s most vital bands of the last few decades - The Sleaford Mods. Sitting down...

Tackling Life

Tackling Life’ is a documentary about the Berlin Bruisers, Germany’s first gay and inclusive rugby club. Founded by a handful of friends several years ago in a Berlin park, this gentle and affecting movie paints their lives as they...
Set in a near future where the world population has reached catastrophic levels, the ‘one child law’ has been introduced. Forbidding more than a child per family, illegal siblings are to be rounded up and put into enforced cryogenic...
During World War II, Lieutenant Touko Laaksonen follows an officer into a moonlit wood. Shrouded in cigarette smoke, men’s faces appear out of the darkness. Their lustful gazes fall downwards as bombs and planes tumble out of the sky,...

The Rover

Set in a dystopian future, Eric (Guy Pierce) momentarily leaves his car in the Australian outback and walks across to a tin-shed tavern. Waiting for his drink, we see a whirlwind of chaos erupt outside as three bank robbers...

I am not your negro

In June 1979 writer James Baldwin wrote a letter to his agent about a book he would never finish. 50 years later, his profound words would ring even truer in director Raoul Peck’s thought-provoking documentary. Narrated by Samuel Jackson and...

Can I be me?

‘Can I be me?’ This is the central question in both Nick Broomfield’s new documentary  about American singing sensation Whitney Houston and the one that would haunt her herself under the punishing glares of celebrity and fame. Similar to the...

The Founder

In ‘The Founder’ Michael Keaton plays an out of luck salesman rattling around the dusty states of America trying to sell his wares. When not extolling the virtues of a milkshake machine nobody wants, he consoles himself with self-help...
Moonlight chronicles the life of one black man over three very different periods played by three different actors. From the child to the adolescent to the man, ‘Moonlight’s’ story is as electric as its premise and it easily eclipses...
'Jackie' is an enigma caught inside another enigma, that of the eponymous John F. Kennedy. This is a historical biopic that offers to shine a light on his wife’s Camelot years and reveal the human being within and yet it...

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