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Back to all posts Portrait of a Lady on Fire is one of the great foreign language films on offer at no6 - showing 3rd April at 7pm

With the first foreign language film ever to win Best Picture at the Oscars this year (Parasite, showing 14th March), have you ever thought of giving some other world cinema titles on offer a try? Of course we are delighted to sell out the more mainstream titles that we screen but if you only come to those, you’ll be missing out on so many other incredible films worth taking a look at.

Our new programme covering March and April is full of gems, there are still some great films out and about on general release. How about giving the highly acclaimed French film Portrait of a Lady on Fire (showing the 2nd April) a whirl, or moving Cunningham, a documentary about the incredible dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham to first position in your diary, (showing the 9th April)? The Perfect Candidate (showing on the 23rd April) is a Saudi/German collaboration and well worth sashaying down to the dockyard for.

Time is the enemy

Remember when Sam Mendes won an Oscar for his first feature, American Beauty, and shot that incredible opening sequence in Mexico City for Spectre? Continuing to wow us with his immense talent we are very happy to have a second screening of 1917 this Thursday at 7.00pm.

This is me. This is how I win.

Gaffer tape yourself to motormouth New York gem dealer and degenerate gambler Howard Ratner for Friday night’s film Uncut Gems.

We could all use a little kindness.

A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood….a movie about kindness triumphing over cynicism on Saturday night.

Coming up next week...The Lighthouse, The Man who Killed Don Quixote, Parasite


Coming soon…Dark Waters plumbs the depths of the Dupont water poisoning scandal. Sat 4th April at 7.00pm.  

The truth has a man on the inside.

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