21 February 2018: Forgotten Women of the 1930s

Marking the centenary of the Representation of the People Act and with today’s headlines dominated by gender politics in the film industry, this Queen Mary Grad Fest event will rediscover some of cinema’s forgotten women.
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Showing This Week

22 February 2018: 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance

22 February 2018: 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance

Haneke's articulate critique of the isolating effects of western society, the media and television in particular, is composed of an intricate series of unrelated scenes, culminating in an apparently motiveless act of violence.
23 February 2018: Hidden

23 February 2018: Hidden

This compelling psychological thriller stars Daniel Auteuil as Georges, a television presenter who begins to receive mysterious and alarming packages containing covertly filmed videos of himself and his family. In Hidden, Haneke probes the pride, class-consciousness, and racial enmity of a man whose happy, comfortable, middle class family life is turned upside down by a series of intrusive and upsetting events that undermine his life.
24 February 2018: The White Ribbon

24 February 2018: The White Ribbon

Shot in austerely beautiful black-and-white and featuring a sprawling cast of characters reminiscent of a 19th century novel, The White Ribbon marks Haneke’s most ambitious – and unsettling – investigation yet into society’s hidden violence and the evils transmitted from parents to children.

25 February 2018: Funny Games

25 February 2018: Funny Games

Arriving at their remote lakeside holiday home, a middle class family is alarmed by the unexpected arrival of two young men who soon begin to subject them to a twisted and horrifying ordeal of terror.
25 February 2018: Amour

25 February 2018: Amour

Violent incursion into domestic sanctum has long been a trope in Haneke's cinema, but the trespass that initiates Amour differs from the invasions the Austrian master has previously manufactured as metaphors for an ever-threatening universe. Here the intruders breach asylum not as harbingers of torture, but as witnesses to the end of a protracted tragedy.

Coming Soon

3 - 4 March 2018: Edge of Frame Weekend

3 - 4 March 2018: Edge of Frame Weekend

A unique three-day celebration of experimental animation, featuring innovative, visionary and risk-taking work in a packed programme of screenings and discussion. Featuring premieres of new films alongside classics and rarely screened historical work.


Fri 23 Feb 7:30pm
Sat 24 Feb 7:30pm
The White Ribbon
Sun 25 Feb 5:00pm
Funny Games
Sun 25 Feb 7:30pm
Wed 28 Feb 7:30pm
Happy End
Sat 03 Mar 7:30pm
Bend Me, Shape Me
Sun 04 Mar 6:00pm
Made at Cal-Arts
Sun 04 Mar 8:00pm
Voyages Elsewhere
Wed 14 Mar 7:30pm
Strain Andromeda The