Films 2015

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  • The Wolfpack

    • 26 Jun 20:30
    • Crystal Moselle /
    • USA /
    • 2015 /
    • 90 mins

    Don't try this at home - unless you're well-stocked.

  • Therapy for a Vampire (Der Vampir auf der Couch)

    • 20 Jun 20:55
    • David Ruehm /
    • Austria, Switzerland /
    • 2014 /
    • 87 mins

    A visually beautiful comedy where the laughs run as freely as the blood.

  • Transatlantic (Transatlantique)

    • 26 Jun 20:50
    • 27 Jun 16:40
    • Félix Dufour-Laperrière /
    • Canada /
    • 2014 /
    • 72 mins

    Observational documentary essay about life on a cargo ship.

  • Turbo Kid

    • 21 Jun 23:00
    • Anouk Whissell, François Simard, Yoann-Karl Whissell /
    • Canada, New Zealand /
    • 2015 /
    • 89 mins

    A brilliant retro homage to sci-fi/horror films.

  • Waterloo

    • 18 Jun 15:15
    • Sergei Bondarchuk /
    • Italy, Soviet Union /
    • 1970 /
    • 123 mins

    A screening of the classic film to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.

  • We Are Young. We Are Strong. (Wir sind jung. Wir sind stark.)

    • 25 Jun 18:05
    • Burhan Qurbani /
    • Germany /
    • 2014 /
    • 116 mins

    The two most terrifying words are ‘Us’ and ‘Them’.

  • Welcome to Me

    • 21 Jun 17:50
    • Shira Piven /
    • USA /
    • 2014 /
    • 87 mins

    Daytime TV was never this good.

  • When Elephants Fight

    • 18 Jun 18:10
    • Michael Ramsdell /
    • Congo, USA, UK /
    • 2015 /
    • 83 mins

    Eye-opening doc which spotlights Britain's ties to the illicit trade in Congolese conflict minerals.

  • Wizards

    • 24 Jun 20:30
    • Ralph Bakshi /
    • USA /
    • 1977 /
    • 80 mins

    Ralph Bakshi defies Fritz the Cat-established expectations with his first family film.