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No6 are partnering with YourScreen to bring a fantastic programme of world cinema - most of it new to the UK and not available on other streaming platforms - into your living room. By choosing to get your world cinema fix via YourScreen, you will also be supporting No6 Cinema as we get a share of every ticket sold using our promo code NO6YS
As a thankyou for supporting us, you will get 25% off each ticket purchase. Just enter NO6YS at checkout.

Have a look at the films below, by clicking on the film title you'll be taken straight to the YourScreen site for more information, trailers and to stream the film you choose.

Alternatively, click here to be taken to the YourScreen home page.

Helena Zengal is outstanding in System Crasher

System Crasher

Benni is a wayward nine-year-old ‘System Crasher’ - a near hopeless case on whom the system has all but given up. She Is expelled from one foster home after another for her wild and uncontrollable behaviour, but deep down there lies an enormous vulnerability. This film highlights important quests about the care system, and young actress Helena Zengel is particularly brilliant.


Lessons of Love is vibrant and has an air of mischievousness.

Lessons Of Love

For decades, as a mother of six and the wife of an abusive husband,  Jola did what was expected of her. One day something breaks inside her and she finds the strength to leave her husband and start living life to the fullest, dancing at Cafe Smile and hanging out with her girlfriends. “This part of life belongs to me!” she says. After meeting a man who treats her like a Queen, will she be able to open up and embrace love for the first time? 


Kuessipan demonstrates the bond of friendship.


Kuessipan, which means ‘your turn’ in the Innu language, tells of two girls growing up as best friends in an Innu community in north-eastern Québec. Will their friendship withstand the tribulations of adulthood? This is a beautifully photographed portrait of the harsh lives of Québec’s Innu people. Based on the debut novel of the same name, Kuessipan is used as the title to make it clear that it’s now their turn to tell their story.

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