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Every film that's coming out between now and autumn 2013

Find out what's coming to a cinema near you soon. Our month-by-month calendar gives you every new movie until autumn 2013. Release dates? Actors? Directors? It’s all right here.

February film highlights

Friday February 1


‘Antiviral’ creates an antiseptic world in which medical control and cynical marketing feed the sad dreams of celebrity acolytes.

A Place in the Sun (RI)

A shameless travesty of Theodore Dreiser's monumental (if ponderous) 'An American Tragedy'.

Bullet to the Head

A cop and a hitman form an alliance after losing their respective partners to a common enemy.


A young beef farmer in rural Belgium makes an ill-advised deal to sell his stock to a black market trader.


An unflinching study of a serial killer and the nine-year-old boy he enslaves and makes his protegé.

Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away (3D)

The 3D translation of one of the Cirque’s recent stage efforts.

Do Elephants Pray

A soulless advertising executive meets a free-spirited French gadabout and finds his life changing for the better.


A pilot's newfound fame could unearth a dark secret and possibly lead to in a lifetime in prison.

Hyde Park on Hudson

The film focuses on the period in FDR's life leading up to the start of WW2.

The Punk Syndrome

A film documenting the legacy of Finland’s most hardworking and unusual punk band.

Friday February 8

A Liar's Autobiography

An animated work of docu-fiction exploring the life and times of 'the dead Python' Graham Chapman.

Hitchcock (3D)

A film about Alfred Hitchcock and Alma Reville's complex relationship as the master’s new film begins to take shape.

I Give It a Year

A London-set romcom about a young couple struggling through their first year of marital bliss.

I Wish

Ryu and Koichi are brothers separated by divorce. A new bullet train line presents the opportunity for them to reunite.


The tale of political marketing in the run-up to Chile's first democratic election in 1988.

Warm Bodies

The tale of R, a brain-eating zombie who acquires the memories of those he devours.

Wreck-it Ralph

The villain of a video game longs to be a good guy, sneaking into a first-person shoot-'em-up determined to make amends.

Wednesday February 13

Beautiful Creatures

A young man discovers that his new home – the town of Gatlin, South Carolina – is populated by beings who can use magic.

Thursday February 14

A Good Day to Die Hard

McLane flies to Russia to bail out his son who’s in a spot of bother with the local police.

Moulin Rouge! (RI)

Naive, lovelorn writer/composer Christian puts on a show at the scandalous showplace of the title, where he meets courtesan/torch singer Satine.

William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet (RI)

Baz Luhrmann's gleefully cinematic version of the play is relentlessly inventive and innovative.

Run For Your Wife

The story of a chirpy cockney cabbie with two wives, starring a who’s who of the Estuary’s finest.

This Is 40

Director Judd Apatow revisits 'Knocked Up' couple, Debbie and Pete.

Friday February 15

For Ellen

A scruffy rocker separated from his wife hits the road, intending to track down Claire and finally end their marriage.

Madame de…

A beautiful woman has an adulterous affair with an Italian diplomat.

Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God

A tough look at child abuse within the Catholic Church.

Reign of Assassins

Time Out has not reviewed this film yet.

Sammy's Great Escape

Sammy and some of his grandkids caught by a team of scientists for their underwater aquarium.

Side by Side

Keanu Reeves hosts this documentary about the future of filmmaking.

Monday February 18

Ollie Kepler's Expanding Purple World

Time Out has not reviewed this film yet.

Friday February 22

Breath of the Gods

Time Out has not reviewed this film yet.

Cloud Atlas

This is a tale so vast it’s taken three writer-directors to bring it to the screen.

Fire In The Blood

A righteously angry documentary looking at the actions of Western pharmaceutical giants.

Gangs of Wasseypur Part 1

Time Out has not reviewed this film yet.

Kai Po Che

Time Out has not reviewed this film yet.


The tale of five children crossing Germany in the days following the end of WW2.


A pair of feral girls are returned to ‘normal’ society after they’ve lived in the woods for five years.

Song for Marion

An elderly man, struggling to cope with his wife's worsening illness, is encouraged to join a local choir.

The Road: A Story of Life and Death

A warm, human look at immigration to the UK.

To the Wonder

It’s the troubled romance between Neil, an American in France, and Marina, a French-speaking European.

Monday February 25


A seedy bar owner hires a nameless Croatian hitman to kill a man. But the plan goes awry.

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