Baby Pictures is our regular Friday morning film slot exclusively for carers with little ones aged twelve months and under. This week Georgia Oakley’s feature debut revisits Thatcher-era Britain and the effects of Section 28.
Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (Swiss Army Man), collectively known as Daniels, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes.
Kelley Kali and Angelique Molina’s award-winning debut – made on a micro-budget in 2020, and partly financed with coronavirus stimulus funding – explores the hardships of the COVID-19 era on working-class American life.
Bhutan’s first-ever Oscar nominee for Best International Feature is an enchanting comedy-drama about a daydreaming (but discontented) young teacher who is posted to a remote school in the country’s picturesque Himalayan highlands.
A beloved character gets his big-screen debut in this hilarious and heartwarming story about finding connection in the smallest corners.
An extraordinary new production of Shakespeare’s most enduring tragedy, directed by Clint Dyer with a cast that includes Giles Terera (Hamilton), Rosy McEwen (Blue Jean) and Paul Hilton (The Inheritance).
Martin McDonagh (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) returns with this jewel of a tragicomedy, a shimmering tale of friendship, feuds and Irish identity.