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Two men huddle together on a bench in what looks like an outside space next to a busy bar. It's night time, and the streetlights in the distance look blurry. In the top right corner is a 'Booking Now' sign on this still from Of Love & Law.

OF LOVE & LAW + DIR. Q&A

Dir: Hikaru Toda

Two lawyers tell their experiences of being gay in Japan, as they fight for the rights of many minority groups.

Sun 24 Feb, 18:30

A young boy with mid-length blonde hair leans over a professional kitchen counter. He sprinkles salt with great concentration onto his dish. A sticker in the corner says 'Now Showing' on this still from Chef Flynn.

CHEF FLYNN

Dir. Cameron Yates

A young boy who absolutely loves to cook rocks the culinary world with the support of his filmmaker mother.

Mon 18 Feb, 18:30

HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING

HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING

 

Dir: RaMell Ross

A lyrical and poetic observation that won the Special Jury Prize at Sundance 2018.

Now showing until 19 February

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RBG

Dir. Julie Cohen & Betsy West

The 107th justice to the United States Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a quietly formidable 84-year-old with a rockstar following. 

Now showing until 20 February

FREE SOLO

Dir. Jimmy Chin & Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

Climber Alex Honnold embarks on his lifelong dream: to climb El Capitan in Yosemite... without a rope.

Now showing until 18 February

A young blonde woman in a football vest stands before the camera, she looks red-faced as if she has just been playing. This is a still from Home Games.

HOME GAMES

Dir. Alisa Kovalenko

'A powerful, emotional and unforgettable study of family, identity and the devastating manipulation of truth', The List

Showing from Fri 22 Feb

Against an incredible Spanish sunset, three stylised sculptures stand in a memorial to the victims of Franco's dictatorship. The image is a still from the Sheffield Doc Fest Award-Winning documentary The Silence of Others.

THE SILENCE OF OTHERS

Dir. Almudena Carracedo & Robert Bahar

Victims of the Franco dictatorship challenge the collective amnesia that has gripped Spanish society ever since.

Showing from Fri 15 Feb

A still from When the War Comes that shows a young, serious looking man on his mobile, looking out into the distance. On the right of him is a line of men marching towards him under a Slovak flag.

WHEN THE WAR COMES

Dir: Jan Gebert

The Croatian director exposes the dark intentions of Peter Švrček and his alt-right Slovak Recruits.

Showing from Fri 15 February

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At Bertha Dochouse 23rd Feb

14:30CHEF FLYNNBOOK
16:30HOME GAMESBOOK
18:30FREE SOLOBOOK
20:40HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENINGBOOK

At Bertha Dochouse 24th Feb

13:50RBGBOOK
16:00BERGMAN: A YEAR IN A LIFEBOOK
18:30OF LOVE & LAW + Dir Q&ABOOK
21:00HOME GAMESBOOK

At Bertha Dochouse 25th Feb

14:30CHEF FLYNNBOOK
16:30RBGBOOK
18:40HOME GAMESBOOK
20:30THE SILENCE OF OTHERSBOOK

At Bertha Dochouse 26th Feb

14:30HOME GAMESBOOK
16:30THE SILENCE OF OTHERSBOOK
18:30FREE SOLOBOOK
20:40TEDDY PENDERGRASS: IF YOU DON'T KNOW MEBOOK

At Bertha Dochouse 27th Feb

14:30FREE SOLOBOOK
16:40HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENINGBOOK
18:30HOME GAMESBOOK
20:30THE SILENCE OF OTHERSBOOK

At Bertha Dochouse 28th Feb

14:20RBGBOOK
16:30FREE SOLOBOOK
18:45BONES OF CONTENTIONBOOK
20:30HOME GAMESBOOK

At Bertha Dochouse 1st Mar

18:30WALL + Dir Q&ABOOK
20:45OF LOVE & LAW + Dir Q&ABOOK