LAB Classics: Aliens

With his sweeping epic Titanic back in cinemas (sadly only in 3D IMAX) and the sequel to sci-fi adventure Avatar still dominating the box office, we’ve decided to give you the chance to revisit two of James Cameron’s bonafide action classics: 1986 ‘best sequel ever made’ Aliens and his gritty science fiction breakthrough The Terminator.

LAB Classics: The Terminator

With his sweeping epic Titanic back in cinemas (sadly only in 3D IMAX) and the sequel to sci-fi adventure Avatar still dominating the box office, we’ve decided to give you the chance to revisit two of James Cameron’s bonafide action classics: 1986 ‘best sequel ever made’ Aliens and his gritty science fiction breakthrough The Terminator.

Valentine’s Day: The Before Trilogy

One of the most requested and suggested film cycles of the past decade is Richard Linklater’s wonderful three-part romance The Before Trilogy. To celebrate this Valentine’s Day we’ll give you plenty of opportunities to see all three Before films in the days leading up to February 14th. On Valentin’s Day itself, you can book tickets for the films in chronological order with plenty of time to share a pizza with a loved one between Sunrise and Sunset.

Docu Special: Meet Me In The Bathroom

Inspired by Lizzy Goodman’s bestselling book, Meet Me In The Bathroom is an immersive archival journey through the explosive New York music scene of the early 2000s. Set against the backdrop of 9/11, this acclaimed documentary tells the story of the last great romantic age of rock ‘n’ roll through the prism of a handful of era-defining bands, including The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Interpol, TV on the Radio, and The Moldy Peaches.

LAB Classics: Groundhog Day

Een jaar zit vol met belangwekkende feestdagen, maar er is er maar één (existentieel) relevante datum die iedere filmliefhebber elke tweede februari van het jaar dient te vieren; keer op keer op keer op keer op keer op keer op keer op keer op…

The Alchemy Of Alejandro Jodorowsky

Celebrating the 50th-anniversary re-release of his mystical magnum opus The Holy Mountain, the three-part retrospective The Alchemy Of Alejandro Jodorowsky presents brand-new, stunning 4K restorations of a trio of the most influential classics by one of world cinema’s most fabled iconoclasts.

Expat Cinema: Snow And The Bear

We continue with our series of Expat Cinema – where we offer the best foreign movies with English subtitles. Selcen Ergun delivers a dark tale blinded by the whiteness of the snowy landscapes of a Turkish village locked in the outdated traditions of an endless winter.

Strictly Strickland: The Films Of Peter Strickland

What happens when you combine a distinct love for 70’s Italian ‘giallo’ and erotic films – and their unique soundtracks – with ASMR, possessed dresses and butterflies? Well, you get the cinema of one of Brittain’s most unique, up-and-coming filmmakers, Peter Strickland. Coinciding with the release of his latest film Flux Gourmet we’ll give you the chance to jump into his thought-provoking niche with screenings of his quirky, culty films The Duke Of Burgundy and In Fabric.

Toutes Couleurs: The Films Of Krzysztof Kieślowski

After sadly failing to bring Krysztof Kieślowski’s devastatingly beautiful Trois Couleurs trilogy to our cinema during our tribute to Juliette Binoche, we’re overjoyed to present brand-new 4K restorations of all the films this January. With it we shall also screen our personal favorite of the Polish filmmaker, La Double Vie De Veronique. 

Expat Cinema: Broker

We continue with our series of Expat Cinema – where we offer the best foreign movies with English subtitles. Five years after winning the Palme d’Or for Shoplifters, Academy award nominated filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda returns with Broker, starring Cannes Best actor winner Song Kang Ho (Parasite).