Thrilling, epic, poetic meditation, our March film programme has it all.

We (hopefully) bid farewell to the chill of winter and welcome the promise of longer days. With that in mind, I am thrilled to share our new film programme, which aims to delight and inspire audiences of all tastes and inclinations.

We are screening the riotous thriller - Wicked Little Letters. Directed by Thea Sharrock, this film takes you on a gripping journey into the darkest corners of the human psyche. With standout performances from Olivia Coleman and Jessie Buckley, Wicked Little Letters will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.

Next, we return to the sands of Arrakis with the highly anticipated sequel, Dune: Part 2. Denis Villeneuve's epic adaptation of Frank Herbert's seminal sci-fi saga continues to dazzle audiences with its breathtaking visuals and profound storytelling. As the saga unfolds and new alliances are forged, this is a film of grandeur and spectacle and deserves to be viewed on the big screen.

For those seeking a more introspective cinematic experience, we are delighted to present Wim Wenders' Perfect Days. Renowned for his lyrical storytelling, Wenders invites audiences to contemplate the beauty and fragility of human existence in this poignant meditation on life, love, and the passage of time.

American biographical drama film by Ava DuVernay intricately weaves the life story of Isabel Wilkerson, capturing their triumphs and tribulations with depth and empathy. Through DuVernay, the film resonates as a powerful testament to resilience, identity, and the pursuit of greatness.

Rounding off our March programme is Michael Franco's hauntingly beautiful film, Memory. Set against the backdrop of a world grappling with loss and uncertainty, Franco's masterful storytelling invites audiences to confront the fragility of memory and the enduring power of love in the face of adversity.

Whether you find yourself immersed in the thrill of a mystery, the grandeur of an epic saga, or the quiet beauty of a poetic meditation, our March film programme will leave a lasting impression.

Grahame Reid, Deputy Director

The full programme of film can be found HERE.