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Hold on to your seats people, the year ahead is packed full of exciting cinematic treats.
Unique, riveting places to catch mainstream and arthouse screenings.
See 'Corniche Kennedy' with English subtitles: Friday February 17 2017 at Studio 28
What are the greatest French movies ever made? We ask the experts.
When the camera lingers on the city and the people of yesteryear.
An insightful and absorbing documentary exploring Lynch's formative years.
Scorsese's parable ranks among the greatest achievements of spiritually minded cinema.
An action-packed, completely batshit superhero spinoff with a sweet centre.
The tough childhood of a poor Miami kid is the subject of Barry Jenkins powerful and moving indie portrait of African-American life.
Jeff Nichols' sensible, compassionate drama on Mildred and Richard Loving, a couple whose marriage defied the law.
A bold - if rambling - coming of age movie set in America's Midwest.
John Hamburg’s charmless, largely laughless spin on ‘Meet the Parents’.
An epic story of crime, rivalry, religion and romance from Ben Affleck.
Love, lust and heartbreak.
The best heated under-the-belt-action scenes in cinema.
The funniest, most entertaining and technically groundbreaking animated films ever made.