It’s time to fall in love with Sofia Coppola’s 2003 comedy all over again
Winner of the prize for Best Director at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, Pawel Pawilowski’s latest is a romance from the jazz-age
Celebrating 20 years of The Dude with a special one-night-only screening of the newly remastered digital print
Screening for National Lottery Cinema Day - our favourite film of the year so far - don’t miss it!
Jean-Luc Godard’s kinetic, revolutionary film set the world alight and heralded the beginning of the French New Wave
Saoirse Ronan stars in the big-screen adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel dealing with issues of sexual freedom and societal pressure in 1960s England
Screening as part of Penarth Fashion Week - the cult classic that skewered the world of high fashion journalism
Classic mystery thriller set in the super-cool, colourful world of swinging 60s London - screening as part of Penarth Fashion Week
Loving Vincent is a staggering achievement - every frame a hand-crafted oil-painting. It has to be seen to be believed
A welcoming, informal atmosphere to avoid over-stimulation - quieter, lighter and with no trailers
Comedy adventure set in prehistoric times from the masters of stop-motion animation, Aardman Studios
From the team behind Song Of The Sea comes a Triple F-Rated animation about life on the tough streets of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. Don’t miss it.
Much-loved adaptation of Richard Adams’ best-selling novel - bring hankies
Come and test your knowledge of all things horror-related! Over 18s only
Jean Cocteau’s hallucinatory reimagining of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice
Dr Lecter invites you to dinner… Classic horror as part of our Hallowe’en season
Celebrating 20 years since the curse of Sadako was unleashed on audiences around the world. The original and best J-Horror of the modern era
You’ve seen Wallace and Gromit in action, now you can smell the adventure with our scratch ‘n’ sniff spectacular!
The original, the best - celebrating 40 years of John Carpenter’s iconic horror classic
The only thing more terrifying than the last 12 minutes of this film are the first 92!