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Join us for our film quiz, taking place in the cinema bar, running from 7pm-9pm (approx).
Tickets are £3 per person, cash collected on the night, with a maximum of 4 to a team.
Reserve your place by booking one of these 'free' tickets
An array of prizes will be on offer.
Tickets just £1.75 for the over 55s
A butler and staff of an eccentric aged philanthropist who family wealth is exhausted, engage in larceny and crimes to maintain her lifestyle and provide funds for her charitable activities.
CREAM SCREEN Presents
Nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Director – making Lina Wertmuller the first woman to be nominated (and later the first woman to win). Seven Beauties stars Giancarlo Giannini as Pasqualino Frafuso, a small time crook known in Naples as "Pasqualino Seven Beauties." Living off his seven sisters and claiming to defend patriarchal honour, Pasqualino goes from a life of power on the streets to a concentration camp where he attempts to escape by seducing a German officer.
The new film from Ken Loach, Paul Laverty and the team behind I, Daniel Blake.
Ricky and his family have been fighting an uphill struggle against debt since the 2008 financial crash. An opportunity to wrestle back some independence appears with a shiny new van and the chance to run a franchise as a self-employed delivery driver. It's hard work, and his wife's job as a carer is no easier. The family unit is strong but when both are pulled in different directions everything comes to breaking point.
- The Independent
The Biggest Little Farm chronicles the eight-year quest of John and Molly Chester as they trade city living for 200 acres of barren farmland and a dream to harvest in harmony with nature. Through dogged perseverance and embracing the opportunity provided by nature's conflicts, the Chesters unlock and uncover a biodiverse design for living that exists far beyond their farm, its seasons, and our wildest imagination.
1825, Tasmania. A young Irish convict woman hires a local guide to help her track a British officer and his unit through the rough wilderness, motivated by revenge for a terrible act of violence. The film is simultaneously a howling, rage-filled scream and a meditation on the consequences of violence, revenge, tolerance and understanding.
“Aisling Franciosi delivers a tour de force as an Australian woman determined to put a stake through the heart of toxic masculinity. You won't know what hit you.” – Rolling Stone
Followed by a Q&A with the director, hosted by Robin Osmani
As the glinting steel and mirror-glass skyscrapers of London’s financial hub edge ever closer, the area surrounding Hoxton Street has been transformed by ‘luxury’ redevelopments and sky-high property prices. This traditional East London street, less than a mile from the City of London, has become the last bastion of the areas disadvantaged – a concentration of the aged, poor and dispossessed. Following its inhabitants over a four-year period, Zed Nelson’s debut feature-length documentary charts the toxic collision of gentrification, austerity and the nation’s slide into Brexit.