Baby Driver (2017)
His name is Baby and he’s a young and exceptionally talented getaway driver for a criminal gang. Pedal to the metal, music cranked up on his headphones, and flashing lights in the rear-view mirror. Just one last job and Baby can make a fresh start.
Burnt (2015)
A Michelin-starred chef who squandered his career tries to rebuild his life in and out of the kitchen.
Cinderella (2015)
Live-action retelling of the classic fairy tale.
Darkest Hour (2017)
A dramatisation of the early days of Winston Churchill's premiership and his dilemma over how to handle Hitler.
Pride And Prejudice And Zombies (2016)
A group of young women whose lives are already complicated by social expectations have to deal with a rampaging horde of undead.
Wrath Of The Titans (2012)
The quest is on to rescue Zeus from the underworld.
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Alberto Vazquez retrospective comes to Scotland Spanish animator will also host masterclass

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