The main entrance of Chapter in the distance, with some plants in the foreground.

Films at Chapter 1 – 14 March

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Join us in exploring thought-provoking themes such as rebellion, radicalisation, sisterhood, and capitalisation in our cinemas this fortnight.

You can watch Four Daughters, a compelling documentary about a mother whose daughters went to fight for ISIS, whilst also reflecting on the tumultuous story of Tunisia in the wake of the promising movement of the Arab Spring.

If you prefer a bit of suspense, we're screening Shoshana, a thriller inspired by real events that takes us inside the life of writer Shoshana Borochov and her relationship with Tom Wilkin, who worked in the anti-terrorist squad of the British Palestine Police Force.

Enjoy the art-house cinematic journey that is Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World and its dazzling anarchic critique on society.

The makers of Jennifer’s Body are back with a retro coming of rage horror comedy love story Lisa Frankenstein, and to pair it the free family of that week and slightly less gruesome is Tim Burton’s touching tale of Frankenweenie.