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CertificationPG Our Rating

Fanis, a professor of astronomy and astrophysics, recalls his childhood growing up as a Greek boy in Istanbul and the time spent with his shopkeeper grandfather learning about life and, in particular, the art of cooking. And it was here, in his grandfather's store, that he first fell in love, with Saime. After political tensions over Cyprus in 1963 Fanis's family were deported, but his grandfather stayed in Istanbul, and it is decades later that they meet again as Fanis returns 'home', after yea find out more...

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(Showing at the Cube Cinema, Thursday June 26th 2014): The definitive nostalgia movie. A multitude of budding stars made their debuts in this fond look at the innocence of teenage life in '62. Difficult decisions, sex, booze, amazing cars and a brilliant soundtrack make this a film which is touching, perceptive, very funny and hugely entertaining.

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Certification12 Our Rating

An easy going tale of a 1960s eye-opening affair between 16-year-old middle class and Oxford bound smart aleck Jenny and flash 30-something working class Jack set in the glorious suburb of Twickenham. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Eight-year-old Zachary has, so far, enjoyed life as his father's favourite son, as the possessor of a gift for healing and as younger sibling to a tearaway, a jock and a bookworm, but this relatively idyllic childhood in Québec is cast under the shadow of his dad's suspicions when he is discovered wearing a dress. Seven years on it's 1975 and Zac is in thrall to Ziggy Stardust and his cousin's boyfriend, a confusing situation for him, made more complicated by a history of trying to satisfy his d find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Australia in the 1960s; four orphaned boys, all close friends, go on holiday to a beach resort, but their friendship is tested to the limit, and in some cases beyond, when they find themselves competing to be taken in by a single couple who are looking to adopt one of them. Adapted from Michael Noonan's novel, ‘December Boys' garnered most attention for starring Harry Potter's Daniel Radcliffe, but is a nicely understated drama in its own right. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Protected Daddy's girl 'Baby' attends an up-market summer camp in New York State's Catskill Mountains and falls for dance instructor Johnny, something she must hide from her respectable control freak parents. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The acclaimed debut feature by celebrated filmmaker Emir Kusturica is a bittersweet coming-of-age tale set amidst the uproar of 1960s Sarajevo. As Hollywood movies begin to find their way into his country, sixteen-year-old Dino becomes seduced by the glamour of the gangster films that flash before his eyes at the local cinema and he decides to follow a life of crime. Falling in with a band of petty crooks, Dino's future seems set until a liaison with local prostitute Dolly Bell turns his world u find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Set in Yokohama in 1963, this lovingly hand-drawn film centres’ on Umi and Shun and the budding romance that develops as they join forces to save their high school’s ramshackle clubhouse from demolition. From the legendary Studio Ghibli

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Certification12 Our Rating

A slow, lyrical series of vignettes, often banal, but always poetic, about life one hot summer in a decaying Deep South (North Carolina) small town for a tight-knit, predominately black, group of impoverished semi-rural children on the cusp of adolescence and responsibility. The plot, for what it matters; a child's game goes astray and one is accidentally killed, trapping the children in a lie that slowly pulls them apart. George is the handicapped (his skull hasn't fused) introspective, but inw find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

 

Sally Potter's latest film is an evocative and beautifully shot portrait of post-war Britain, as seen through the eyes of Elle Fanning's impressionable young teenager. She plays Ginger, who finds herself increasingly estranged from her mother and drawn further into the world of her pacifist and anti-nuclear activist father. However, her friendsh find out more...