Featured on this page are the cinema listings for forthcoming screenings of Eureka! titles:

 

APRIL 2024

Der Golem; Duke of York’s Picturehouse; Brighton; 6 April 2024

Nosferatu; The Barbican; London; 16 April 2024

Harakiri; The Garden Cinema; London; 18, 19 & 29 April 2024

Buster Keaton’s The General; The Depot; Lewes; 21 April 2024

The Cat and the Canary; Palace Cinema; Broadstairs; 28 April 2024

The Magnificent Butcher; Genesis Cinema; London; 28 April 2024

 

MAY 2024

Metropolis; Bridport Arts Centre; Bridport; 4 May 2024

Buster Keaton’s Sherlock, Jr. (from 35mm print and with live accompaniment); The Prince Charles Cinema; London; 5 May 2024

Onibaba; Showroom Cinema; Sheffield; 8 May 2024

Das Cabinet Des Dr. Caligari (with live accompaniment); The Prince Charles Cinema; London; 30 May 2024

 

JUNE 2024

Seven Chances; Kinema in the Woods; Woodhall Spa; 27 June 2024

 

JULY 2024

The General; Eden Court; Inverness; 30 July 2024

Squid Game’s Wi Ha-Jun star’s in a dynamite edge-of-your-seat thriller not to be missed

Hearing impaired Kyung-mi (Ki-joo Jin) catches the attention of Do-Sik (Wi Ha-Jun; Squid Game), a mysterious serial killer that’s been stalking their neighbourhood. Do-Sik targets Kyung-mi, presuming her deafness will make her an easy target, sparking a twisted game where the killer hides in plain sight.

An intense, unpredictable thriller from debut director Kwon Oh-seung; Midnight joins the pantheon of great South Korean thrillers.

WATCH NOW on  Sky Store, Apple TV and Prime Video.

The first foray into sound filmmaking by one of cinema’s pivotal artists, Vampyr remains a cornerstone work of the horror genre. The dreamlike tale of an occult-obsessed student’s visit to a small French village, as he is drawn into the unsettling mystery around a stricken family’s struggle with malevolent forces, remains an unparalleled evocation of the uncanny.

Adapting the haunted stories of Sheridan Le Fanu, Carl Th. Dreyer‘s ceaseless innovation delivers a tour-de-force of supernatural phantasmagoria and creeping unease, via audacious camerawork and sound design.

Presented from an all-new 2K restoration by the Danish Film Institute, supported by the MEDIA program Creative Europe, and taking more than a decade to complete – materials from several European archives (including the BFI, CNC and DFI) have been meticulously scanned and assessed to create the highest quality and most faithful version of Vampyr possible. Now unveiled for the film’s 90th anniversary, one of the most visually and aurally distinctive horror films ever made finally returns to cinemas in the UK & Ireland, in a definitive incarnation that achieves the full experience Dreyer intended audiences to have.

In celebration of the 90th Anniversary, Vampyr will be returning to cinemas in the UK & Ireland, from 20 May 2022.

 

Vampyr has previously screened at the following venues:

London; BFI Southbank (UK Premiere); 5 May 2022

London; BFI Southbank; w/c 20 May 2022 (14 days)

London; Institute for Contemporary Arts (The ICA); w/c 20 May; w/c 27 May; w/c 3 June 2022

London; Prince Charles Cinema; w/c 20 May 2022 (3 days)

London; Rio Cinema; w/c 20 May 2022 (7 days)

Dublin; Irish Film Institute (IFI); w/c 20 May 2022 (7 days)

Edinburgh; Filmhouse; w/c 20 May 2022 (7 days)

Glasgow; GFT; w/c 20 May 2022 (Selected Shows)

Manchester; Home; w/c 20 May 2022 (Selected Shows)

Newcastle; Tyneside Cinema; w/c 20 May 2022 (Selected Shows)

London; Curzon Bloomsbury; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Bromley Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Central Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Clapham Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Crouch End Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; East Dulwich Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Finsbury Park Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Fulham Road Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; The Gate, Notting Hill; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Greenwich Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Hackney Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Ritzy; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Stratford Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; West Norwood Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Ashford; Ashford Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Bath; Little Theatre Cinema; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Brighton; Duke of Yorks; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Cambridge; Arts Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Edinburgh; Cameo Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Exeter; Exeter Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Henley-on-Thames; Regal Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Liverpool; Picturehouse at FACT; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Norwich; Cinema City; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Oxford ; Phoenix Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Sheffield; Showroom; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Southampton; Harbour Lights; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

York; City Screen; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Cork; Triskel Arts Centre; 23-26 May 2022 (4 days)

Bristol; Watershed; 27-29 May 2022 (3 days)

Ipswich; King Street Cinema; 28 May 2022 (1 day)

Cheltenham; The Playhouse; 28 May 2022 (1 day);

Northampton; Northampton Filmhouse; 28 May 2022 (1 day)

Halifax; Square Chapel Arts Centre; 29 May 2022 (1 day)

Dundee; Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA); 29, 30 May & 1, 2 June 2022 (4 days)

Aberdeen, Belmont Filmhouse; 3 June 2022 (3 days)

London; Genesis Cinema; 5 June 2022 (1 day)

London; Chiswick Cinema; 6 June 2022 (1 day)

Belfast; Queen’s Film Theatre (QFT); w/c 10 June 2022 (5 screenings)

Coventry; Warwick Arts Centre; 13,14 & 16 June 2022 (3 days)

Colchester; First Site; 19 June 2022 (1 day)

Bradford; National Science & Media Museum; 25 June 2022 (1 day)

London; Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley; 2 July 2022 (1 day)

Nottingham; Broadway Cinema; 15-17 July 2022 (3 days)

Crickhowell; Green Man Festival; 18-21 August (Date TBC)

Lewes; Depot; 16 & 31 October 2022 (2 days)

Lancaster; The Dukes; 28 October 2022 (1 day)

Kirkwall; Phoenix Cinema; 30 October 2022 (1 day)

 

2022 brings the centenary of the most influential horror film of all time.

In 1922 one film changed cinema and defined screen terror.  100 years later, it continues to haunt and terrify audiences.  2022 brings the centenary of the most influential horror film of all time. The turning point in the career of legendary director F.W. Murnau (Sunrise, The Last Laugh), the screen’s first, albeit unauthorised adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula (which itself celebrates its 125th Anniversary this year) features Max Schreck’s unforgettable performance as the vampire Count Orlok, the most chilling portrayal of cadaverous evil in film history. Although a court order to destroy the film was successfully brought by Stoker’s widow, some copies escaped, and subsequently gave the 20th century some of its defining images of supernatural terror and dread. A decades-long search for the best surviving material and a re-recording of the original score by Hans Erdmann now allows us to see the film exactly as it premiered 100 years ago.

Remade by Werner Herzog in 1979 (and inspiring films as diverse as Abel Ferrara’s King of New York and The Addiction, and E. Elias Merhige’s Shadow of the Vampire), F. W. Murnau’s surreal 1922 cine-fable remains the original and landmark entry in the entire global tradition of “the horror film”. A towering masterpiece whose legacy is truly incalculable, Nosferatu remains as mesmerising – and haunting – as ever.

In celebration of the centenary Nosferatu is back in cinemas theatres throughout the UK & Ireland.

 

Nosferatu has previously screened at the following venues in its 100th year…

Manchester; Chapeltown Picturehouse; 13 March 2022 (1 day)

London; Rio Cinema; 20 March 2022 (1 day)

London; St. Peter’s Church; 26 March 2022 (1 day)

London; Curzon Bloomsbury; 27 March 2022 (8 days)

Sheffield; Showroom; 27 March 2022 (1 day)

Northampton; Filmhouse; 27 March 2022 (1 day)

London; Bromley Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Central Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Clapham Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Crouch End Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; East Dulwich Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Finsbury Park Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Fulham Road Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; The Gate, Notting Hill; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Greenwich Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Hackney Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Ritzy; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Stratford Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; West Norwood Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Ashford; Ashford Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Bath; Little Theatre Cinema; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Brighton; Duke of Yorks; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Cambridge; Arts Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Edinburgh; Cameo Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Exeter; Exeter Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Henley-on-Thames; Regal Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Liverpool; Picturehouse at FACT; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Norwich; Cinema City; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Oxford ; Phoenix Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Southampton; Harbour Lights; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

York; City Screen; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Ipswich; King Street Cinema; 8 April 2022 (3 days)

Belfast; Queens Film Theatre; 8 & 11 April 2022 (1 day)

Dundee; Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA); 30 April 2022 (1 day)

Coventry; Warwick Arts Centre; 1 May 2022 (1 day)

Dublin; Irish Film Institute (IFI); 5 May 2022 (1 day)

Oxford; Ultimate Picture Palace (with live score by Minima); 8 May 2022 (1 day)

Cheltenham; The Playhouse; 28 May 2022 (1 day)

Stamford; Stamford Arts Centre; 31 May 2022 (1 day)

Exeter; Campus Cinema (with live music accompaniment from Elizabeth-Jane Baldry); 5 June 2022 (1 day)

London; Regent Street Cinema (with live music accompaniment from Jonathan Eyre & Evolution of Horror Q&A); 21 June 2022 (1 day)

Cardiff; Chapter Arts Centre (Vampfest)* ; 22 June 2022 [* Please note this screening did NOT feature the restoration by Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung]

Bradford; Cubby Broccoli Cinema @ National Science & Media Museum (Bradford Literary Festival); 2 July 2022 (TBC) (1 day)

Scarborough; Stephen Joseph Theatre (with live music accompaniment from Xander Armstrong, Maethelyiah and Nathan Badger); 2 July 2022

London; Riverside Studios (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 9 July 2022

Kingston-on-Soar; Kingston-on-Soar Village Hall (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 10 July 2022

Hitchin; Richard Whitmore Studio @ Queen Mother Theatre (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 13 July 2022 (1 day)

Kings Lynn; St. Georges’s Guildhall (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 22 July 2022 (1 day)

Edinburgh; Cameo Cinema; 13 August 2022 (1 day)

Chichester; St. John’s Chapel (with live organ music accompaniment from Ben Hall); 15 August 2022 (1 day)

Crickhowell; Green Man Festival; 18-21 August

Bury St. Edmunds; Great War Huts, Brook Farm Camp; 1 October 2022 (1 day) [* Please note that the above screening did NOT feature the restoration by Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung ]

London; Prince Charles Cinema; 4 October 2022 (1 day)

Boyle, County Roscommon; King House (with live music accompaniment from Green Bird); 9 October 2022 (1 day)

Alnwick; Playhouse (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 12 & 13 October 2022 (2 days)

Cockermouth; Kirkgate Arts Centre (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 14 October 2022 (1 day)

London; Prince Charles Cinema; 13 October 2022 (1 day)

Saltaire; Victoria Hall; 13 October 2022 (1 day)

Penistone; Paramount Cinema; 16 October 2022 (1 day)

London; Prince Charles Cinema; 17 October 2022 (1 day)

London; BFI Southbank; 17 October 2022 (1 day)

Killarney; St Mary’s Church (Kerry Film Festival 20-23 October 2022) (1 day)

Aberdeen; Blairs Seminary College; 22 October 2022 (1 day)

London; Prince Charles Cinema (with live music accompaniment from Ben Pearson); 23 October 2022 (1 day)

Dartington; Barn Cinema; 23 October 2022 (1 day)

Chester; The Storyhouse (with live music accompaniment from Frame); 24 October 2022 (1 day)

Teignmouth; Pavillions (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 24 October 2022 (1 day)

Havant; The Spring (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 25 October 2022 (1 day)

Corsham; Pound Arts (with live music accompaniment from Meg Morley Trio); 25 October 2022 (1 day)

London; Prince Charles Cinema; 26 October 2022 (1 day)

Southampton; Hanger Farm Arts Centre (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 26 October 2022 (1 day)

Helmsley; Helmsley Arts Centre; 26 October 2022 (1 day)

Glasgow; Glasgow Film Theatre (with live music accompaniment); 29 October 2022 (1 days)

Falmouth; The Poly (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 27 October 2022 (1 day)

Oban; Oban Phoenix; 28-31 October 2022 (4 days)

Redhill; Harlequin Theatre & Cinema; 28-31 October 2022 (4 days)

Isle of Wight; Quay Arts (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 28 October 2022 (1 day)

Leeds; The Old Woollen (with live music accompaniment from Ben Gaunt, Naomi Perera, and Rob Bentall) ; 28 October 2022 (1 day)

Kirkwall, Orkney; Phoenix Cinema; 29 October 2022 (1 day)

Glasgow; Glasgow Film Theatre; 30 October 2022 (1 day)

Derby; Burton Town Hall; 29 October 2022 (1 day)

Lancaster; The Dukes; 29 October 2022 (1 day)

Kendal; Brewery Arts Centre (with live music accompaniment from Tony Judge); 29 October 2022 (1 day)

Edinburgh; St. Vincents Chapel (Candlelit double bill with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde); 29 October 2022 (1 day) [* Please note that the above screening will NOT feature the restoration by Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung ]

Birmingham; Electric Cinema (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 30 October 2022 (1 day)

Uckfield; The Picture House (with live music accompaniment from Terry Davies; 30 October 2022 (1 day)

Thornbury; Turnberries Community Centre (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 30 October 2022 (1 day) B

Totnes; Totnes Cinema (with live music accompaniment); 30 October 2022 (1 day)

London; Genesis Cinema (with live music accompaniment from Grok) [* Please note that the above screening will NOT feature the restoration by Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung]; 31 October 2022

London; Prince Charles Cinema; 31 October 2022 (1 day)

Liverpool; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 31 October 2022 (1 day)

Carmarthen; S4C Centre (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 31 October 2022 (1 day) 

Leicester; Guildhall (with live music accompaniment from Les Hayden); 31 October 2022 (1 day) [* Please note that the above screening will NOT feature the restoration by Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung]

Holmfirth; The Picturedrome (with live music accompaniment from Frame Ensemble); 31 October 2022 (1 day) 

Scarborough; YMCA Theatre (with live music accompaniment from Xander Armstrong); 31 October 2022

Birkenhead; Future Yard (with live music accompaniment from Tony Judge) [* Please note that the above screening will NOT feature the restoration by Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung ]; 31 October 2022

Fordingbridge; The Regal Cinema; 31 October 2022 (1 day)

Penarth; Penarth Pier Pavillion (with live music accompaniment); 31 October 2022 (1 day)

Pontardawe; Pontardawe Arts Centre (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 1 November 2022 (1 day)

Pershore; Number 8 (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 1 November 2022 (1 day)

Cork; Triskel Arts Centre; 1-3 November 2022 (3 days)

Addlestone; The Light Addlestone (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 2 November 2022 (1 day)

Birmingham; Birmingham Town Hall (with live music accompaniment from Donald MacKenzie); 1 November 2022 (1 day)

Newcastle-under-Lyme; Keele University; 2 November 2022 (1 day)

Watford; Watford Palace Theatre (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 3 November 2022 (1 day) 

Huntingdon; Ramsay Library (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 4 November 2022 (1 day) 

Bristol; St. Mary Redcliffe (Bristol Film Festival) (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 5 November 2022 (1 day) 

Huntingdon; Alconbury Weald Cricket Pavillion;  6 November 2022 (1 day)

Halifax; Square Chapel Arts Centre (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 6 November 2022 (1 day)

Wigan; Old Courts (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 6 November 2022 (1 day)

Hove; The Old Market (with live music accompaniment from Elizabeth-Jane Baldry); 12 November 2022 (1 day)

London; BFI Southbank (with live music accompaniment); 13 November 2022 (1 day)

Farnham; Farnham Maltings; 13 November 2022 ( 1 day)

Aberystwyth; Arts Centre; 16 November 2022 (1 day)

London; BFI Southbank; 19 November 2022 (1 day)

Bristol; St. Georges (with live music accompaniment from Neil Brand); 21 November 2022 (1 day)

SWEET THING is an intimate, creatively filmed, and fantastically personal film from accomplished indie filmmaker and favourite of the arthouse scene in the ’90s, Alexandre Rockwell (IN THE SOUP, LITTLE FEET). Shot in rich monotone (with occasional bursts of colour) and largely from the hip, both of which lend the distinctive feel of the ‘90s indie films with which Rockwell made his name.

Teenager Billie (Lana Rockwell), a 15-year-old girl who fantasizes Billie Holiday as a sort of fairy godmother, and younger brother Nico (Nico Rockwell) share time between their separated parents – father Adam (Will Patton, THE POSTMAN, MINARI) is a chaotic drunkard with a loving heart for his kids who is working as a Christmas Santa, and mother Eve (Karyn Parsons, FRESH PRINCE OF BEL AIR), who has redefined her identity in a brazen style since leaving Adam and is now living with a new and obnoxious boyfriend Beaux (ML Josepher). The kids feel uncomfortable around Beaux, but visits to their mum have introduced them to new friend Malik, a boy as equally adrift as they are. Half in desperation and half in a spirit of adventure this trio sets off on a running wild trek across Massachusetts, crossing paths with a variety of American eccentrics, angels and desperados.
 
Described by QUENTIN TARANTINO as one of the most powerful new films he’s seen in years, Alexandre Rockwell has woven something magical and heart-rending into what might seem like a not-particularly-original scenario. The story is an intense but ultimately uplifting, poetic rendering of childhood that captures the essence of that time in life when a day can last forever. The friendships, loyalties, and challenges of adolescent youth propel the story into a triumph of childhood hope and resilience.
 
Amongst three international wins, SWEET THING picked up the Crystal Bear for Generation Kplus – Best Film at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival and the College Jury Prize for Best Film at Quebec City International Film Festival 2020.
 

Sweet Thing will be streaming via the following Digital Platforms from 10 September 2021.

BFI Player

Curzon Home Cinema

IFI@Home

Prime Video

 

Sweet Thing has previously screened at the following venues:

London; Curzon Bloomsbury; 10 September 2021 (7 Days)
London; BFI Southbank; 10 September 2021 (7 days)
London; Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA); 10 September 2021 (7 Days)
London; Rio Cinema; 10 September 2021 (7 Days)
London; The Arthouse, Crouch End; 10 September 2021 (7 Days)
Dublin; The Irish Film Institute (IFI); 10 September 2021 (7 Days)
Manchester; Home; 10 September 2021 (7 Days)
Aberdeen; Belmont Filmhouse; 10 September 2021 (7 Days)
London; Barbican; 17 September 2021 (5 Days)
Edinburgh; Filmhouse; 17 September 2021 (7 Days)
Glasgow; Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT); 17 September 2021 (7 Days)
Leicester; Phoenix Cinema; 17 September 2021 (7 Days)
Lewes; The Depot; 17 September 2021 (7 Days)
Newcastle; Tyneside Cinema; 24 September 2021 (7 Days)
Milton Keynes; MK Gallery; 19 October 2021 (1 Day)
Colchester; Firstsite; 23 October 2021 (1 Day)
Coventry; Warwick Student Cinema; 16 November 2021 (1 Day)

In Ethiopia, two young men are racing to make their dreams come true.

WATCH NOW via Prime Video, BFI Player & the Eureka! Player.

Two twelve-year-old boys grow up together in a remote rural village. That is until a single photograph forever changes their lives. Solomon (Mikiyas Wolde) heads for Addis Ababa to become a photographer. Abdi (Ashenafi Nigusu) remains at home to train as a long-distance runner in the hope of emulating national sporting hero, the legendary Haile Gebreselassie. Ten years later, Abdi is nominated for the Ethiopian National running team and himself moves to the sprawling capital. He feels that Solomon may be lost to him, but an inner voice tells him to keep the flicker of hope alive and to search out his boyhood companion. In fact, Solomon is still living, but trapped in a world rife with crime, poverty and suffering. Abdi’s source of power is his running shoes, Solomon survives thanks to his wife Genet (Samrawit Desalegn), the love of his three-year-old daughter, and his abiding passion for photography.

A labour of love for German-born filmmaker Jan Philipp Weyl, Running Against The Wind is a gritty, authentic and endearing portrait of friendship, ambition and the realities of social deprivation in contemporary society. Ethiopia’s official submission to the Academy Awards, the film, which boasts impressive production values and immersive cinematography pulls no punches in its portrayal of hardship and how easy it is to be consigned to the margins once neglected by government and civil society.

WATCH NOW via Prime Video, BFI Player & the Eureka! Player.

A bittersweet coming-of-age drama that explores the complications of family bonds and the cost of separation.

[A] moving drama, filled with black humour and empathy, that would make Ken Loach proud.”— Cineuropa

A moving, raw, and beautifully paced film…with a gritty, true-to-life tone that digs deep into the personal experiences of its young female protagonist.” — amplifyfilm.uk

Writer-director Piotr Domalewski’s (Silent Night) dark comedy has won acclaim and numerous awards in his native Poland. A Polish-Irish co-production, I Never Cry explores the cruelly ubiquitous loss of a parent through the eyes of a young woman, and prompts the viewer to reconsider their role in the lives of others.

Ola (Zofia Stafiej), a rebellious teenager from a small city, sets off to a foreign country on her own. It will turn out to be the trip of her lifetime, a trip into the unknown, on which she will try to reconnect with her estranged father. In Ireland, she will come to know a different world and meet people who will change her approach to life.

Inspired by films such as Manchester By The Sea and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and set-in modern-day Poland and Ireland, I Never Cry is a piercing, realistic look at the difficulties faced by families separated by emigration, told against the backdrop of the life of Polish workers abroad.

I Never Cry is available to Stream Now.

 

BFI Player

Curzon Home Cinema

Prime Video

 

I Never Cry has previously screened at the following venues:

London; Curzon Bloomsbury; 23 July 2021 (7 Days)

London; BFI Southbank; 23 July 2021 (4 Days)

London; Arthouse, Crouch End; 23 July 2021 (7 Days)

London; Watermans, Brentford; 23 July 2021 (7 Days)

London; Catford Mews, Catford; 23 July 2021 (7 Days)

Dublin; Irish Film Institute (IFI); 23 July 2021 (14 Days)

Dublin; Light House Cinema; 23 July 2021 (14 Days)

Manchester; Home; 23 July 2021 (7 Days)

Lewes; Depot; 23 July 2021 (7 Days)

Belfast; Movie House Yorkgate; Belfast; 23 July 2021 (14 Days)

Reading; Reading Biscuit Factory; 30 July 2021 (7 Days)

Sheffield; Showroom; 30 July 2021 (7 Days)

Glasgow; Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT); 2-5 August 2021 (4 Days)

Edinburgh; Filmhouse; 6 August 2021 (7 Days)

Aberdeen; Belmont Filmhouse; 6 August 2021 (7 Days)

Leeds; Pyramid Theatre, Leeds University Union; 12 August 2021 (1 Day)

Haverhill; Haverhill Town Hall Arts Centre; 18 August 2021 (1 Day)

Hebden Bridge; Hebden Bridge Picture House; 22 August 2021 (1 Day)

Saffron Walden; Saffron Screen; 22 August 2021 (1 Day)

Fort William; Highland Cinema; 23 August 2021 (1 Day)

Northampton; Northampton Filmhouse; 20 & 23 August 2021 (2 Days)

Melton Mowbray; Regal Melton Mowbray; 24-26 August 2021 (2 Days)

Colchester; Firstsite; 26 August 2021 (1 Day)

Bracknell, South Hill Park; 15 & 16 September 2021 (2 Days)

Hay-On-Wye; Richard Booth’s Bookshop; 16-18 September 2021 (3 Days)

Limerick; Belltable Arts Centre (Polish Arts Festival); 18 September 2021 (1 Day)

Navan, Co. Meath; Solstice Arts Centre; 29 September 2021 (1 Day)

Bray, Co. Wicklow; Mermaid Arts Centre; 4 October 2021 (1 Day)

Reading; Reading Film Theatre; 21 October 2021 (1 Day)

Wareham; Rex Cinema (Purbeck Film Festival); 28 October 2021 (1 Day)

Inspired by Gareth Evans’ 2011 martial-arts hit THE RAID, the hotly anticipated MMA thriller RUSSIAN RAID is a rapid-fire action tour de force, featuring ground-breaking techniques in the world of martial-arts filming and editing.

Nikita, a former Russian Spetsnaz operative, is hired to neutralise the large private security force at a local factory by his shady employer. But Nikita and his group of highly trained fighters get more than they bargained for when it turns out the factory is actually owned by a dangerous warlord connected to the Russian military. By the time the ‘hostile takeover’ is complete, Nikita reveals that he has orchestrated his own secret mission to take personal revenge on the most dangerous man in Russia.

Marking the directorial debut of Denis Kryuchkov, the film’s cast is led by renowned stuntman Ivan Kotik (DragonbladeOutcastLegendary) and features some of the best-known MMA fighters in Russia. Powerlifting world record holder Kirill Sarychev and world heavyweight kickboxing champion Vladimir Mineev also star.

“★ ★ ★ ★ Fight action movies do not get better than this” – World of Martial Arts Magazine

A slick, pulse-pounding, non-stop action film!” – Kung-fu Kingdom 

High-octane action-thriller, RUSSIAN RAID, will be available DIGITALLY and on Blu-ray from 22 March 2021.

Coming to the following Digital Platforms…

Apple TV

Google Play

Prime Video

Sky Store

or

Pre-order Now on Blu-ray

Frightfest favourite BREEDER, Jens Dahl’s sinister biohacking thriller, will be available DIGITALLY and on Blu-ray as a part of the Montage Pictures range from 15 February 2021.

From Monday on the following Digital Platforms:

Apple TV

Prime Video

Sky Store

Pre-order Now on Blu-ray

 

“★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Savage, scathing and endlessly inventive” – The Peoples Movies

“★ ★ ★ ★ plenty of substance for the thinkers, whilst at the same time keeping grisly enough for the bloodthirsty.THN

Women are being abducted for bio-hacking experiments. Can Mia unravel the nightmare, or will she become the next test subject?

A renowned health supplement company, run by a ruthless businesswoman (Signe Egholm Olsen), is selecting and abducting young women as part of an experiment bio-hacking babies’ DNA to enable her clients to reverse the ageing process.  When Mia (Sara Hjort DitlevsenBorgman) goes to investigate, she finds herself trapped, branded and tortured in a grim underground facility. Familiar faces start to appear, and she realises that she is not alone in this. Can she somehow find inner strength and escape from the nightmare?

Drawing comparisons to the New French Extreme films of the early 2000s, Breeder is a brutal modernist survival horror directed by Pusher screenwriter Jens Dahl.

 

 

Featuring a staggering central performance from the young Petr Kotlár alongside a star-studded international ensemble including Udo Kier, Stellan Skarsgård, Harvey Keitel, Julian Sands and Barry PepperThe Painted Bird has won ecstatic acclaim, with The Guardian’s Xan Brooks describing the film as “a monumental piece of work” rewarding the film with a five-star review.

The film follows the journey of a boy, entrusted by his Jewish parents to an elderly foster mother in an effort to escape persecution. Following a tragedy, the boy is on his own.  Wandering through the desecrated countryside, the boy encounters villagers and soldiers whose own lives have been brutally altered, and who are intent on revisiting this brutality on the boy. When the war ends, the boy has been changed, forever.

Shot in crisp black and white 35mm – Václav Marhoul’s The Painted Bird does far more than simply depict the horror of war. It is an unflinching examination of the very worst of humanity.

 

The Painted Bird will be screening at the following cinemas:

London; JW3; 1 & 15 October 2020 (2 Days)

Edinburgh; Filmhouse; 9,10,11 & 13  October 2020 (4 Days) Book Now

Wells-next-the-sea; Wells Maltings; 17 October 2020 (1 Day) Book Now

Dumfries, Robert Burns Centre, 22 October 2020 (1 Day)

Killarney; Cinema Killarney; 10 November 2020 (1 Day) Book Now

 

The Painted Bird has previous screened at the following venues:

London; Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley; 2 February 2020 [Preview Screening – Supported by The Jewish Film Festival] (1 Day)

Glasgow; Cineworld Renfrew Street; 1 & 2 March 2020 [Preview Screenings at the Glasgow Film Festival] (2 Days)

Aberystwyth; Arts Centre; 22 March 2020 [Preview Screening as part of the Wales One World (WOW) Film Festival] (1 Day)

London; Curzon Bloomsbury; 4 September 2020 [Members Only Preview Screening]

London; Curzon Soho; 4 September 2020 [Members Only Preview Screening]

London; Curzon Bloomsbury; 11 September 2020 (7 Days)

London; Curzon Soho; 11 September 2020 (7 Days)

London; Curzon Wimbledon; 11 September 2020 (7 Days)

London; BFI Southbank; 11 September 2020 (4 Days)

London; Cine Lumiere; 11,13,14 & 16 September 2020 (4 Days)

Dublin; Irish Film Institute; 11 September 2020 (7 Days)

Dublin; Light House Cinema; 11 September 2020 (7 Days)

Edinburgh; Filmhouse; 11 September 2020 (7 Days)

Manchester; Home; 11 September 2020 (7 Days)

Lewes; Depot; 11 September 2020 (7 Days)

Oban; Oban Phoenix Cinema; 11 September 2020 (1 Day)

London; Curzon Bloomsbury; 18 September 2020 (7 Days)

Manchester; Home; 18 September 2020 (7 Days)

London; Arthouse, Crouch End; 18 September 2020 (7 Days)

London; Riverside Studios; 18 September 2020 (7 Days)

Sheffield; Showroom; 18 September 2020 (7 Days)

Bristol; Watershed; 18, 19 & 20 September 2020 (3 Days)

Dublin; Light House Cinema; 18 September 2020 (1 Day)

Malvern; Malvern Theatres; 18 September 2020 (1 Day)

Oban; Oban Phoenix Cinema; w/c 18 September 2020 (2 Days)

London; Curzon Soho; 19, 21 & 23 September 2020

London; BFI Southbank; 20 September 2020 (1 Day)

London; Genesis Cinema; 20 September 2020 (1 Day)

Aberdeen; Belmont Filmhouse; 25 September 2020 (7 Days)

Manchester; Home; 25 September 2020 (7 Days)

Glasgow; Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT), 25, 26 & 29 September 2020 (3 Days)

Colchester; Firstsite; 27 September 2020 (1 Day)

Derby; Quad; 29 & 30 September 2020 (2 Days)

Kendal; Brewery Arts Centre; 4 & 8 October 2020 (2 Days)