New Releases at Belmont Filmhouse in August/September 2019
A photographer gets a stranger to pose as his fiancé in the latest film from Ritesh Batra.
An '80s coming of age charmer about a British-Pakistani kid who discovers Bruce Springsteen...
Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace star in this bank robbery story - based on an absurd true story.
A fascinating, intimate documentary journey as painter Peter Howson turns a blank canvas into his next great work.
The ninth feature film from Quentin Tarantino.
Christian Petzold's urgent drama blends 1940s and present day Europe with amazing skill.
Sophie Hyde's witty and tender Dublin-set film stars Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat.
The second feature from actor/director Louis Garrel is an absolute delight.
Pedro Almodóvar's intensely personal new film, starring Antonio Banderas.
A charming, surprising and thought-provoking documentary about the activism of members of the Satanic Temple.
An eloquent, revelatory documentary that shines a light on the actual people of Gaza - looking beyond the conflict to see the real humanity.
A riveting insight insight into the origins of Ridley Scott's sci-fi chiller...
This alluring Swedish space opera was a big film festival hit - an adaptation of a 1956 poem by Harry Martinson.
British acting titans Timothy Spall and Vanessa Redgrave star in this biopic of artist L.S. Lowry...
Mark Jenkin's unique film - shot on 16mm - is a clash of the old worlds and the new.
Honor Swinton Byrne stars alongside her mother Tilda Swinton in Joanna Hogg's alluring drama.
The much anticipated feature adaptation of Julian Fellowes' acclaimed TV series.
Jamaican reggae superstars unite in this joyous documentary.
Multi-award-winning verité documentary about a beekeeper in rural Macedonia, whose way of life is thrown in jeopardy.
A tense, cynical political thriller that has won multiple awards worldwide.
Benjamín Naishtat's atmospheric, mysterious drama about a lawyer's past returning to haunt him...
James Gray's visionary sci-fi, starring Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth Negga and Liv Tyler.
Three mob wives take matters into their own hands when their husbands are locked up and out of action.
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