This is the first ever major exhibition in the UK devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet, spanning his entire career.
The inspiring true story of how a marketing campaign sparked a revolution and changed history. From acclaimed director, Pablo Larrain and starring Gael Garcia Bernal, No was nominated for the 2013 Best Foreign Language Film.
From acclaimed director Jacques Audiard, who delivered such powerhouse films including the Oscar-nominated A Prophet, Read My Lips and the eight Cesar-award winning The Beat That My Heart Skipped, comes Rust and Bone.
Beautifully shot on location in Paris, A Lady In Paris tells the story of an unlikely friendship between two women from the same background, but opposite journeys in life. Jeanne Moreau shines in her performance, making this film a must-see.
Starting where other romantic comedies finish, I Give It A Year charts the trials and tribulations of a rather mismatched couple navigating their first year of marriage.
Like a fine wine, this drama is full-bodied and complex and provides a fascinating look at the matter of the transmission of knowledge, heritage and tradition in the world of wine.
From the team who created IN BRUGES, comes SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS, an inventive, violent, hilarious film.
From the makers of HOT FUZZ and SHAUN OF THE DEAD, comes SIGHTSEERS. A pitch black comedy about a caravanning couple who take a murderous tour through the picturesque English countryside.
The story of Jimbo, who in a misguided attempt to protect his family and pay back gambling debts to the local mobster, robs a fish market which is owned by the same gangland boss Mad Dog Flynn and finds himself in a hostage standoff surrounded by the police.
Welcome Aboard is a gentle, lyrical and affecting film bought to you by the same team behind the heartwarming French-language classics Conversations With My Gardener & My Afternoons with Margueritte.
A group of proud Scottish homeowners take on Donald Trump, as the tycoon prepares to destroy one of Britain's last stretches of coastal wilderness by building a luxury golf resort.
An irresistibly fun-filled, musical adventure set in the sweltering Welshsummer of 1976.
An unusual classified ad inspires three cynical Seattle magazine employees to embark on an hilarious, smart, and unexpectedly heartfelt journey.
As John Barrymore reckons with the ravages of his life of excess, he rents an old theatre to rehearse for a backer's audition to raise money for a revival of his 1920 Broadway triumph in Richard III.
It's got bogans and penguins and toasted sandwiches. It's got a ginger cat and best mates. It's got a really little dolphin. And it's got Hamish Blake and Bret McKenzie.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Hugh Dancy star in this offbeat and very amusing romantic comedy about the invention of the vibrator in Victorian England.