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Woman with long dark brown straight hair looks over her right shoulder. She stands in the middle of a green field with the sea in the background and holds a pile of used papers to her chest. Still image from the film Trenque Lauquen I & II.

Films at Chapter 29 March – 11 April

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Make cinema-going part of your routine and enjoy some of the best of film in our independent cinema!

Filmed in the beautiful Celtic landscapes of Wales and set in Dark Ages Britain, Seize
Follows Queen Dagan as she becomes a fugitive in her own land and faces hardship and danger whilst embarking on a voyage to win back her throne.

Observe as the tensions rise between two neighbours after a tragic accident shatters the harmony between them in the suspenseful drama Mothers’ Instinct, on our big screens from 29 March.

Break up the bank holiday and join us for a unique screening of the Argentinian drama mystery that is Trenque Lauquen, screening Easter Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday with an interval.

Our comforting Cinema 2 is sure to give you some comfort during the sinister Immaculate as you follow devout nun Cecilia who begins to suspect that the remote convent she finds herself at is not quite as it seemed.

The paths of two men converge, intertwining their destinies across borders, bodies, life and death in Disco Boy. This is an ambitious and immersive shot film that explores the themes of military, history, identity and nationality.

Join the residents of a village underneath Mount Fiji as they face a threat to their peace and land, of which they are deeply connected for work and harmony with nature in Evil Does Not Exist in this twisty tale that explores the juxtaposition capitalism and ecology.