Land of Mine

18 Mar 2020 – Cancelled due to COVID Director: Martin Zandvliet Denmark, Germany 2015 101 min Land of Mine follows the little-known story of the young Germanprisoners of war who were handed over to Danish authorities in thedays following Germany’s surrender in May 1945. Tough veteranSergeant Carl Rasmussen is assigned by Lieutenant Ebbe Jensento diffuse… Continue reading Land of Mine

A Man Called Ove

10 Jan 2018 Director: Hannes Holm Sweden 2015 116 min In this offbeat Swedish comedy drama, Ove is the quintessential grumpy old man next door. An isolated retiree with strict principles and a short fuse, Ove spends his days scowling and enforcing neighbourhood association rules that only he cares about. However, when Parvaneh and her… Continue reading A Man Called Ove


21 Sept 2016 Director: Jacques Audiard France 2015 110 min Sivadhasan is a former Tamil Tiger soldier who is forced to move to a refugee camp following the conclusion of the Sri Lankan conflict. Viewing France as a potential home for his new life, he requires a convincing cover story in order to gain political… Continue reading Dheepan

Mon Roi

16 Nov 2016 Director: Maïwenn Le Besco France 2015 124 min The subject of this intoxicating love story is a tempestuous ten-year romance between two forty-something Parisians, criminal lawyer Tony (Emanuelle Bercot) and charismatic Georgio (Vincent Cassell). In a rehabilitation centre following an accident, Tony looks back on their times together. Why did they fall… Continue reading Mon Roi


2 Nov 2016 Director: Grímur Hákonarson Iceland 2015 93 min In a remote Icelandic valley, two sheep farms exist side by side. They are owned by two estranged brothers who haven’t spoken to each other for forty years. Nothing is a matter of greater pride to the brothers than their flocks and, when disease threatens… Continue reading Rams

The Pearl Button

30 Nov 2016 Director: Patricio Guzmán Chile, France, Spain 2015 82 min Water is the key to life and the central subject of this intensely lyrical documentary essay from Guzmán. Chile’s history is defined by its long indented coastline and Katell Djian’s gliding camera makes the most of massive mountains, volcanoes and glaciers. The fate… Continue reading The Pearl Button


19 Oct 2016 Director: Lenny Abrahamson Canada, Ireland 2015 124 min Seven years ago, Joy was abducted and held prisoner in a sparsely furnished and cramped garden shed. During her imprisonment, Joy shows great tenacity, bravery and ingenuity as she raises a son who is now five years old. Their only access to the outside… Continue reading Room

The Brand New Testament

15 Feb 2017 Director: Jaco Van Dormael Belgium 2015 113 min God is a cantankerous, vindictive Belgian who runs his operation from an apartment in Brussels. Time has made The Almighty cruel and capricious. Consequently, his ten-year old daughter, Ea, decides to write her own brand new testament with the help of six of her… Continue reading The Brand New Testament


1 Feb 2017 Director: Deniz Gamze Ergűven Turkey, France 2015 97 min It’s early summer in a village on the Black Sea coast in northern Turkey. Lale and her four sisters are walking home from school at the end of term, playing innocently with some boys at the local beach. Their very conservative guardians, however,… Continue reading Mustang