Y Sŵn

13 March 2024 Wales 2023 Director: Lee Haven Jones 89 minutes In the heart of 1970s Wales, a passionate struggle for cultural identity ignites when Margaret Thatcher’s government breaks a promise to establish a dedicated Welsh language channel, leading to a wave of civil disobedience. With one man, Gwynfor Evans, pledging to die for the… Continue reading Y Sŵn

Cairo Conspiracy

20th September 2023 Sweden/France/Finland 2022 121 minutes Director: Tarik Saleh The gripping and critically acclaimed new thriller from Tarik Saleh (The Nile Hilton Incident, The Contractor), follows Adam, a young man who is offered a place to study at the Al-Azhar University in Cairo. Shortly after his arrival in the city, the university’s highest-ranking religious… Continue reading Cairo Conspiracy

Lunana – A Yak In The Classroom

4 October 2023 Bhutan 2019 109 Minutes Director: Pawo Choyning Dorji Enchanting, entertaining and gloriously filmed, Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom follows a daydreaming young teacher who discovers an unlikely path to contentment after being posted to a remote school, dizzyingly high up in the Himalayan mountain village of Lunana. Beautifully photographed in extraordinary… Continue reading Lunana – A Yak In The Classroom

The Grave Digger’s Wife

1 November 2023 Finland/Germany/France/ Somalia/Qatar 2021 83 Minutes Director: Khadar Aydreus Ahmed Winner of Best Film at the African Movie Academy Awards, Khadar Ayderus Ahmed’s The Gravedigger’s Wife is set in Djibouti City, where Guled (Omar Abdi) works hard to support his wife and son. The deaths of others provide him with a living as… Continue reading The Grave Digger’s Wife

Kid’s Games

4 October 2023 Spain 2022 11 Minutes Director: Bernabe Rico Leo becomes the centre of attention at his school party. Bernabe Rico explores prejudice in society in this delightful short film. We are very grateful to Bernabe for his kind permission to screen his film.

Love Acording To Dalva

18 October 2023 Belgium/France 2022 88 Minutes Director: Emmanuelle Nicot Featuring an extraordinary performance from Zelda Samson as Dalva, a 12-year-old girl who is home-schooled and hidden from society by her father. When one evening the police forcibly take her into foster care, Dalva must learn to understand that her father’s abuse is not what… Continue reading Love Acording To Dalva

All The Beauty And The Bloodshed

15 November 2023 USA 2022 122 Minutes Director: Laura Poitras Certificate 18 – strong sexual images Nominated for Best Documentary at the 2023 Academy Awards, All The Beauty and The Bloodshed is the extraordinary story of internationally renowned artist and activist Nan Goldin who established the advocacy organisation, P.A.I.N. (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now). Told through… Continue reading All The Beauty And The Bloodshed


29 November 2023 France 2022 105 Minutes Director: Lukas Dhont Certificate 12A – suicide references, homophobia, upsetting scenes Winner of the Grand Prix award at Cannes 2022 and nominated for Best International Feature Film at the 2023 Academy Awards, Close is an elegant, poetic and empathetic study of youth from acclaimed writer-director Lukas Dhont. Thirteen-year-olds… Continue reading Close

Polite Society

13 December 2023 UK 2019 104 Minutes Director: Nida Manzoor Certificate 12A – Moderate threat, violence, sex references, infrequent strong language We Are Lady Parts creator Nida Manzoor directs this wickedly funny crowd-pleaser brimming with hi-jinks, high kicks and some Bollywood style razzle-dazzle. British Pakistani schoolgirl Ria (Priya Kansara) is an expert martial arts fighter… Continue reading Polite Society

Ding Dong

13 December 2023 Wales 2002 3 minutes Director: Tracy Spottiswoode Weddings often breed disputes or ding dongs and this wedding, located at St Catwg’s Church, Cadoxton, Barry, is no exception. The wedding is about to begin but there aren’t enough bellringers and Emma is expecting a peal of bells for her big day. The problem… Continue reading Ding Dong