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- 17 Jun 21:15
A provocative, disturbing account of the physical and psychic ravages of war, from a legendary cult director.
- 22 Jun 19:40
- 27 Jun 20:35
A candy-coloured view of life and dreams in the Hermit Kingdom.
- 23 Jun 21:40
- 24 Jun 18:05
How can past traditions inform the present?
Guy Pearce and Catherine Zeta-Jones strike sparks in an elegant, Edinburgh-set period romance.
- 23 Jun 18:00
- 30 Jun 12:50
Family Tree (Lâ€™arbre et la forĂŞt)
- 17 Jun 18:00
- 19 Jun 15:30
Secrets are stirred by a family funeral in this classy, absorbing drama.
Fear Me Not (Den Du Frygter)
Suddenly, a middle-aged man finds a new lease of life. And then he keeps on changing...
- 24 Jun 20:40
- 29 Jun 16:35
A vivid and intimate portait of a poet whose memory and language are being eroded by dementia.
This is unforgettable: beautifully-observed, moving comment on a timely issue.
From Tehran to London (Az Tehran Be London)
- 22 Jun 20:15
- 23 Jun 15:00
The lives, loves and poetry of women.
A sparkling, ballsy fashion satire â€“ think Ugly Betty with a dose of new Russian capitalismâ€¦
- 29 Jun 20:20
- 30 Jun 15:30
- 01 Jul 11:15
- 29 Jun 21:05
- 30 Jun 14:30
The Old West at its most rugged and dangerous.
A poetically beautiful film by Girish Kasaravalli, from Karnataka.
Henry of Navarre (Henri 4)
- 22 Jun 18:00
- 23 Jun 20:30
A captivating, delectable romp through 16th Century France.