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Where Is Heaven

Thursday 6th June 2024 - Saturday 8th June 2024

A documentary about life off-grid in Devon. Maverick soulmates Ged and Dave are on a mission through the winding lanes and hidden tracks of North Devon, to record the lives and experiences of people living without mains electricity.

BRINGING IN BABY: Swede Caroline

Thursday 6th June 2024

Sociable cinema for parents, grandparents and carers of babies under 12 months.

There’s Still Tomorrow (15)

Friday 31st May 2024 - Thursday 6th June 2024

The highest-grossing film of 2023 in Italy. This darkly comedic drama details the journey towards emancipation for headstrong matriarch Delia in post-war Rome.

Swede Caroline (15)

Friday 31st May 2024 - Wednesday 5th June 2024

Delightful mockumentary in which the competitive giant vegetable growing world is rocked by scandal when up-and- coming prospect Caroline has her prized marrow plants stolen.

Family Workshop: Origami Butterflies

Friday 31st May 2024

This workshop is sold out, but there are tickets available for the film Butterfly Tale.

Butterfly Tale (U)

Friday 31st May 2024

The butterflies are preparing for their annual migration, and everyone is aflutter! Despite having only one full-grown wing, Patrick and friends follow their dream of flying with the migration.

Elaha (15)

Friday 24th May 2024 - Thursday 30th May 2024

Elaha follows a young Kurdish-German woman torn between her love for her family and her personal aspirations.

Monkey Man (18) – Beyond the Page

Thursday 30th May 2024

Dev Patel makes an astonishing directing debut with an action thriller about one man’s quest for vengeance against the corrupt leaders who murdered his mother and continue to victimise the poor and powerless.

La Chimera (15)

Friday 24th May 2024 - Wednesday 29th May 2024

The Crown’s Josh O’Connor proves he’s just as good in Italian as he is in English in Alice Rohrwacher’s heady mix of gritty social drama and magical realism.

East is East (15) + Archive short – Beyond the Page

Thursday 23rd May 2024

George Khan, proud Pakistani and chip shop owner, rules his family with a rod of iron. He thinks he's raising his seven children to be respectable Pakistanis, but this is Salford in 1971.

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