All events in September
Fri 31 Aug - Wed 5 Sep
Jude Law and Rachel Weisz star in this captivating thriller.
Fri 31 Aug - Mon 3 Sep
A bittersweet comedy from Ken Loach set in Glasgow, where a misfit group try to set up their own whisky distillery.
Tue 4 & Wed 5 Sep
A young woman embarks on an affair as she struggles to hide her mental illness from those around her.
Thu 6 Sep 6.45pm
An exciting new National Theatre production with an all-star cast, beamed live and direct to our cinema screen.
Fri 7 – Thu 13 Sep
A Spinal Tap-style insight into British society weddings, from the writer and director of Calendar Girls.
Fri 7 – Sun 9 Sep
A darkly comic and stylish thriller from Norway, and the pen of Jo Nesbø.
Mon 10 & Tue 11 Sep
A beautifully restored reissue of this classic 1980s film, set in a dystopian future where all diseases have been wiped out.
Wed 12 & Thu 13 Sep
Adrien Brody plays a distant and introverted substitute teacher who finds himself forced to engage at his new school.
Fri 14 – Tue 18 Sep
Michelle Williams stars in this frank account of marital infidelity and desire for the unknown in Sarah Polley's new film.
Fri 14, Sat 15 & Wed 19 Sep
Christian Bale stars in this Chinese war drama, set during the Nanjing Massacre of 1937, from the director of House of Flying Daggers.
Sat 15 & Sun 16 Sep
A sweet French film for kids, set in 1950s Paris, where little Nicolas learns his mother is pregnant, and believes his parents are trying t...
Mon 17 – Wed 19 Sep
A critically-acclaimed documentary, detailing two music fans' search to find their lost hero.
Thu 20 Sep 7pm
Due to popular demand, an encore screening of the Mark Haddon stage adaptation.
Thu 20 Sep 7.30pm
Legendary rock drummer Ginger Baker, renowned for his work with Cream and Blind Faith, performs a mix of jazz fusion and African sounds.
Fri 21 Sep – Mon 1 Oct
A touching comedy about rediscovering intimacy in old age, starring Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones.
Fri 21 – Tue 25 Sep
A tense slow-burning thriller set during the Troubles, starring Andrea Riseborough and Clive Owen.
Wed 26 & Thu 27 Sep
Controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is the subject of this illuminating documentary, filmed as he is targeted by the Chinese authorities.
Fri 28 Sep – Sun 7 Oct & Wed 10 Oct
Keira Knightley plays the eponymous heroine in a lavish adaptation of Tolstoy's epic tale of forbidden love.
Sun 30 Sep 7.30pm
Presenting his findings on identity theft, laced with a barrage of new jokes, stories, observations and anecdotes.