Directed by Mark Jenkin | UK | 2019 | 1h 29m | Starring Edward Rowe, Giles King, Stacey Guthrie, Simon Shepherd, Mary Woodvine

Fraught family rivalries and an influx of London money leads to simmering tensions between locals and newcomers in a small Cornish fishing village. Shot on monochrome 16mm film, Mark Jenkin’s soulful portrait of a small-town community in economic and social flux returns to our screen to celebrate the release of his new film, Enys Men.

Join us on Friday 27th January (5.45pm) for a special screening of Enys Men followed by an in-person Q&A with the director Mark Jenkin. Click here to book tickets.


‘It’s a genuine modern masterpiece, which establishes Jenkin as one of the most arresting and intriguing British film-makers of his generation.’
Mark Kermode, The Observer

‘Strange, spellbinding and timely. One of the most thrillingly original British films in years.’
Adam Woodward, Little White Lies

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Tomorrow (Tuesday 23rd April)


Days of Heaven 12A
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Io Capitano 15
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Deeply emotional and humane drama, based on firsthand testimonies, exploring the hope, heartbreak, and harsh realities of migrant experiences. Nominated for Best International Feature at this year’s Oscars.

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