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Las Chicas del Cable (Age Rating 15+)

23 Sep 2020

La Casa de Papel (Age Rating 18+)

22 Sep 2020

Siempre Bruja (Age Rating 12+)

18 Sep 2020

Contratiempo (Age Rating 12+)

17 Sep 2020

Roma (Age Rating 15+)

16 Sep 2020

Elite (Age Rating 16+)

21 Oct 2020

Wir sind die Welle/We are the Wave (Age Rating 15+)

21 Oct 2020

Le Diner de Cons (Age Rating 15+)

You'll know if your French has improved if you can understand all the word play and double entendres in this film! A group of friends have to invite to their weekly dinner a dimwit who talks about their hobby. Each member seeks to introduce a champion dumbbell. Hilarious misunderstandings ensue when Pierre meets Mr. Pignon, the ultimate 'con-testant'.

07 Oct 2020

Barbara (Age rating 13+)

Follow Barbara, a physician who is closely monitored by the Stasi after an failed attempt at escaping East Germany. Will she make it in her subsequent attempt or will something stop her?

06 Oct 2020

Das Leben der Anderen (Age rating 15+)

Gerd Wiesler, code name HGW XX/7, a Stasi officer is ordered to spy on playwright Georg Dreyman in 'The Lives of Others'. It gives an incredible insight into the lengths that spies went to in order to prove their suspects were conspiring against the government. This film has won so many awards and I hope you can see why!

06 Oct 2020

Das Wunder von Bern (Age rating PG)

Follow Richard, a former prisoner of war, who struggles to reintegrate into his family upon his return. His son, Matthias, has a huge love for football - and his role model is a local football hero, not his dad, who he has never met. Will football save the day?

06 Oct 2020

Goodbye Lenin! (Age rating 15+)

Goodbye Lenin! is a great film which cleverly depicts the changes before, during and after the fall of the wall in Germany. Alex is desperate to keep his mum well after he learns that one shock could kill her, so he goes to great lengths to hide the changes. See if you spot the references to East and West Germany - there are lots!

06 Oct 2020

Au Revoir Les Enfants (Age Rating 12+)

Based on the director's school experiences, the film recounts the friendship between Julien and Bonnet, a Jew hiding in a Catholic school during WWII.

01 Oct 2020

Boule et Bill (Age Rating 9+)

Meet Bill and his charming but naughty dog called Boule as they get up to all sorts of adventures and mischief.

01 Oct 2020

Divines (Age Rating 18+)

A shrewd teenager and her wisecracking best friend plan to get rich or die trying by following in the footsteps of a flashy female drug dealer.

01 Oct 2020

Les Profs (Age rating 15 +)

Les Profs is one of the many films released in the last few years that has been adapted from a popular BD (comic book). When a High School faces closure for having the worst national 'A level' results, only the unorthodox skills of Les Profs will do!

01 Oct 2020

Les Visiteurs (Age rating 12+)

This cult classic will make you laugh your medieval socks off! A knight and his servant accidentally go back in time and struggle with modern life.

01 Oct 2020

L’Elève Ducobu - (Age rating 9+)

Meet France's Dennis the Menace: Ducobu! In his famous yellow and black stripey jumper, Ducobu comes up with an array of ingenious methods to cheat his way through the school year. He's also very good at annoying his highly strung class teacher who is always trying to catch Ducobu out.

01 Oct 2020