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The Brothers Bloom
  • 27 & 28 October

A fresh and warm hearted take on the con man movie, with fast and funny dialogue and impeccable performances.

Che (Part 1 & Part 2)

  • 25 October

Steven Soderbergh's audacious studies of Che Guevara's campaigns in Cuba and Bolivia.

Che Part 1

  • 27 October

A chronicle of Che Guevara's role in the successful uprising in Cuba, and a riveting depiction of the realities of struggle.

Che Part 2

  • 29 October

The story of the failed Bolivian insurgency, a tale of idealism and sacrifice showing Che Guevara's enduring legacy.

The Class

  • 18 & 20 October

Palme d'Or winning account of one term in a Parisian high school. Dramatic, funny and wonderfully observed.

Easy Virtue

  • 28 & 29 October

A hugely enjoyable version of Noel Coward's twenties culture clash between dusty English aristocrats and a brash and bohemian American.

Frost/Nixon

  • 18 October

Peter Morgan's electrifying depiction of the historic encounter between Richard Nixon and jet-setting television personality David Frost.

Genova

  • 22 & 26 October

After tragedy strikes, a man and his two daughters move to Italy to begin life anew in this moving and beautifully observed story of family relations.

Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

  • 27 & 28 October

A fascinating, entertaining documentary capturing the critical and cultural influence and the capacity for excess of the legendary journalist.

Hunger

  • 19 & 20 October

A bold and powerful interpretation of the highly emotive events surrounding the 1981 IRA Hunger Strike.

The Other Man

  • 17 & 19 October

A sophisticated drama capturing the subtle nuances of love, betrayal and forgiveness.

Quantum of Solace

  • 29 October

The return of the world's favourite secret agent in this high octane action adventure of treachery, murder and deceit.

The Secret of Moonacre

  • 26 October

Our Family Gala follows Maria Merryweather on her quest to discover a hidden secret.

Slumdog Millionaire

  • 30 October

The fascinating story of a young man from the Mumbai slums whose success on India's 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' reveals his true desire.

Vicky Cristina Barcelona

  • 21 & 25 October

Woody Allen's comedy explores the tangled desires of two young Americans and the locals they meet during one summer in Barcelona.

W.

  • 23 & 24 October

Oliver Stone's take on the story of the one time black sheep of the Bush family and his rise to become leader of the Free World.

Waltz with Bashir

  • 24 & 27 October

Provocative and visually inventive, this animated documentary is a potent study of the futility of war.

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