This is a film of hope over adversity that is warm, endearing and challenging. It’s sense of place, time and culture are beautifully constructed and delivered. A remarkable true story that is brought to the big screen with care and love. Click for more
Its June 1989, I am 12 years old and eagerly awaiting the next instalment of the Bond franchise; Timothy Daltons second film playing the iconic spy.
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Following on from the success of previous years, and the diverse mix of LGBT+ films, documentaries and discussions that have made Flare a world leading celebration of LGBT+ film, we now know have the 2019 programme. Click for more
Simon Amstell is well known for his cutting satirical comedy and his ability to weave this into ordinary […]
Instant Family is formulaic film making, split neatly into a four act comedy drama, that has been tried […]
How do you follow the Oscar winning exploration of deprivation, black identity and sexual orientation found in Moonlight? […]
A Private War is intense, challenging and important film making. Rosamund Pikes portrayal of Marie Colvin across the […]
Capernaum is a masterclass in film making, from direction to performances, cinematography and sound. Nadine Lebaki leads us […]
It has been 8 years since Joe Cornish released Attack the Block and his return to our cinema […]
Here are 10 alternative films for those of you spending Valentines Day alone. So sit back with a big box of chocolates, a glass of your favourite tipple and enjoy a night on your own. Single is so much easier!
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