- 70 min
- Directed by: Paul Kelly
Documentary using rare footage drawn from the BFI National Archive and original music by Saint Etienne to celebrate post-war London. Narrated by Ian McShane.
Thu 30 Mar
- 95 min
- Directed by: Raoul Peck
Documentary examining race relations in America, based on James Baldwin's unfinished manuscript Remember This House and narrated by Samuel L Jackson.
Thu 23 Mar
- Canada, France
- Directed by: Xavier Dolan
- Cast: Gaspard Ulliel, Nathalie Baye, Marion Cotillard, Vincent Cassel
After 12 years away from his family, Louis (Ulliel) heads home to tell them that he's terminally ill, but his family is highly argumentative. Claustrophobic, laboured and uncomfortable to the point of unbearable; director Dolan describes it as his 'first film as a man' but it's not nearly as good as 2014's masterful Mommy.
Fri 24 Mar
Sat 25 Mar
- 139 min
- Directed by: Robert Stevenson
- Cast: Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns, Karen Dotrice, Matthew Garber
When high-spirited youngsters Jane and Michael Banks send yet another nanny packing with their shenanigans, they advertise for a replacement who'll 'sing songs and bake cakes'. Enter Andrews as the loveable Mary, a woman who turns the household on its head and forces their suffragette mother and banker father to finally pay their children some attention. Great songs, wonderful Technicolor animation in the fantasy scenes, and if it weren't for Dick Van Dyke's appalling London accent this would, like Mary, be 'practically perfect in every way'.
Sat 25 Mar
Ted is a studio guide at CBS Television in Hollywood but dreams of becoming a headline singer. His girlfriend Betty Holloway is a receptionist who hopes to secure Ted his big break. But when a team of TV writers discover that Ted is the childhood sweetheart of the daughter of an important sponsor, his career suddenly takes off.
Sun 26 Mar
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