April 13 - 22 acrossBirmingham Full programme and previous festival details Flatpack is a festival which takes over venues across Birmingham every spring. It draws people from far and wide with a mixture of films, performances, contraptions and surprises, and has been described as “magnificently eclectic” (Time Out), “joyously inventive” (the Guardian)

Written by Chris Sanders We've recently moved to our new underground HQ and we want film makers to get in touch. The idea is that we want to collaborate with fresh talents and give them a space to broadcast their work. It might be the first screening of a new piece, somewhere to record

10 - 13 July 6:20 pm & 8:30 pm £9.00 | £7.50 Tickets Based on the graphic novel by Daniel Clowes (Ghost World), Wilson (Harrelson) is a lonely and neurotic middle-aged cynic who has rejected modern life. Reuniting with his estranged wife, Pippi (Dern), he gets a chance at happiness when he learns that she became pregnant with

1920s Japanese-occupied Korea. Lee Jung-chool (Kang-ho), a Korean working for the Japanese police, is tasked with infiltrating the Korean resistance. After getting close to Kim Woo-jin’s (Yoo) rebels, Lee begins to question which side he should really be on. On a mission to smuggle a train full of explosives into Korea,

Documentary filmmakers Brett Sanders and Darren R. Reid (lecturers in history at Coventry University) have today announced the release of the first episode of 'Documenting Donald', an experimental history about life during the age of Donald Trump. An on-going series to be distributed online and at select theatres, 'Documenting Donald' is

A boy from Belfast who was arguably one of the most naturally gifted footballers ever, George Best was to become the game’s first superstar. Handsome and charismatic, Best was as flawed as he was talented and ultimately succumbed to his addictions, ending his professional career at only 29. In this new

Warwick Arts Centre Saturday 28 January 1.15pm Cinema Tickets: £5.50 (Adults) £3.50 (Children) Sarah is forced to babysit her baby brother, and wishes for the goblins to come and take him away. When this wish unexpectedly comes true, Sarah must enter a maze of illusion to bring her brother back from a kingdom inhabited by