Oxford International Film Festival 202218

The Oxford International Film Festival is back and we are delighted to be hosting a programme of short films made by filmmakers from all around the world. Our line-up of films include comedies, romance, animation, and horrors and we will be joined on the night by some of the directors, producers, and actors who appear in the films for short introductory talks before certain screenings.

Titles include:

  • Help! I’ve Stolen Amy Adams’ Nose! (Dir. Katherine Press – UK)
  • Follicles (Dir. Matthew John Lawrence – USA)
  • Deloping (Dir. Jon Olav Stokke – UK)
  • Wallpaper (Dir. Tanya Jade – Canada)
  • Woman by Allan Watts (Dir. Lupe Belmonte – Spain)
  • Ark (Dir. Toby Martin Hughes – UK)
  • Mirage (Dir. Arthur Fanget – France)
  • In Sickness & In Health (Dir. Sarah Smick – USA)
  • Chaplin’s Rose (Dir. Xavier Pérez – Spain)
  • What really matters (Dir. Esther Pastor – Spain)
  • Mantis (Dir. Luigi Sibona – UK)

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Thursday 8 December

6.15pmBook tickets

What else is on?

Today (Wednesday 30th November)

18:00

Return to Dust PG
2h 14m | Mandarin Chinese w/ English subtitles
Moving and deeply humane Chinese drama about unlikely love, following the lives of two middle-aged singletons thrown into an arranged marriage beginning a new life together and building a home.

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21:00

Living 12A
1h 42m
Bill Nighy delivers a master-class performance as a cheerless veteran of the civil service who receives unexpected life-changing news, based on Akira Kurosawa's 1952 masterpiece, Ikuru.

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Tomorrow (Thursday 1st December)

12:30

Living 12A
Baby Club
1h 42m
Bill Nighy delivers a master-class performance as a cheerless veteran of the civil service who receives unexpected life-changing news, based on Akira Kurosawa's 1952 masterpiece, Ikuru.

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16:00

Living 12A
1h 42m
Bill Nighy delivers a master-class performance as a cheerless veteran of the civil service who receives unexpected life-changing news, based on Akira Kurosawa's 1952 masterpiece, Ikuru.

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18:15

No Bears 12A
1h 47m | Persian w/ English subtitles
Recently sentenced to six years imprisonment for supporting public protests, award-winning director Jafar Panahi continues to defy those who try to silence him by using film as a medium to decry artistic censorship in Iran.

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20:45

Living 12A
1h 42m
Bill Nighy delivers a master-class performance as a cheerless veteran of the civil service who receives unexpected life-changing news, based on Akira Kurosawa's 1952 masterpiece, Ikuru.

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Plan your visit

Our beautiful art deco inspired auditorium can be found just off East Oxford's Cowley Road. We are open 7 days a week. We open the cinema and box office 30 minutes before the scheduled start time of each film, and the Box Office then closes 10 minutes after the film starts. We don’t show adverts, just a couple of trailers, so don't be late as the film itself starts very close to the advertised time!