The Tragedy Of Macbeth The Tragedy Of Macbeth

This year's edition of the festival will run as a hybrid event, featuring in person screenings and online from October 6 to 17. Several of the films will also be simultaneously screened at partner venues elsewhere in the UK. The festival will open with The Harder They Fall and close with Macbeth.

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ear for eye
ear for eye
Adaptation of the director's play about racial injustice.
The French Dispatch
The French Dispatch
A love letter to journalists set in an outpost of an American newspaper in a fictional 20th Century French city that brings to life a collection of stories published in the French Dispatch magazine.
Ron's Gone Wrong
Ron's Gone Wrong
Ron, a Bubble Bot damaged in transit, is wreaking havoc and only young Barney can make things right.
A Banquet
A Banquet
A young woman undergoes a disturbing transformation after her daughter's newfound faith threatens her health.
The Feast
The Feast
Over an evening a wealthy family gathers for a sumptuous dinner with guests in their ostentatious house in the Welsh mountains. Served by a mysteriously disturbing young woman, the assembled party do not realise they are about to eat their last supper.
The Odd-Job Men
The Odd-Job Men
In order to get through his one-week probationary contract, a young Moroccan plumber has to deal with equally eccentric colleagues and customers.
Blush
Blush
The animated tale of a stranded horticulturist-astronaut who meets an ethereal visitor on a desolate world.
Marx Can Wait
Marx Can Wait
Camillo died in 1968. Almost 50 years later, Marco gathers his whole family for a lunch. With his family he wonders about Camillo, his twin, and life.
Inexorable
Inexorable
Trouble lies ahead for a family who have just moved into a chateau, after they hire a young woman as a nanny on impulse.
The Hole In The Fence
The Hole In The Fence
Trouble brews at a secluded exclusive summer camp in the Mexican countryside for boys from a prestigious private school.
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