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Monday Night Cinema: Autumn/Winter 2023 Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

Monday Night Cinema: Autumn/Winter 2023

Mon 18 Sep - Mon 18 Dec

10 years and more than 350 films after our very first Monday Night Cinema screening, our Autumn/Winter 2023 Season of Monday Night Cinema is on sale now!

L’immensità Cinema, Monday Night Cinema


Mon 25 Sep, 5pm & 8pm

Golden Lion Nominee, Venice Film Festival 2022

A freewheeling, effortless meditation on growing up, fitting in and breaking the mould starring Oscar winner Penelope Cruz.

Reality Cinema, Monday Night Cinema


Mon 2 Oct, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Guardian

Starring an incredible Sydney Sweeney (The White Lotus), using dialogue taken directly from a gruelling FBI interrogation, Tina Satter’s gripping directorial debut is a bold and inventive political thriller.

Lie with Me Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

Lie with Me

Mon 9 Oct, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ Le Parisien

Based on Philippe Besson’s bestselling novel, Oliver Peyon’s film is a classic French coming-of-age romance.

The Eight Mountains Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

The Eight Mountains

Mon 16 Oct, 4.30pm (note earlier start time) & 8pm

Jury Prize, Cannes Film Festival 2022

The Oscar-nominated Felix van Groeningen co-directs with his partner Charlotte Vandermeersch on this rich adaptation of the award-winning 2016 novel which examines a male friendship over many years.

Afire Cinema, Monday Night Cinema


Mon 23 Oct, 5pm & 8pm

Silver Bear, Berlin Film Festival 2023

From acclaimed German director Christian Petzold (Transit, Undine, Phoenix) comes an intelligent and compelling film, full of humour and tragedy.

The Three Musketeers: D’Artagnan Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

The Three Musketeers: D’Artagnan

Mon 30 Oct, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ The Guardian

Starring Vincent Cassel and Eva Green, this feature based faithfully on Alexandre Dumas’ 19th-Century novel features a stellar cast and breathless, swashbuckling action sequences.

Past Lives Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

Past Lives

Mon 6 Nov, 5pm & 8pm

Golden Bear Nominee, Berlin Film Festival 2023

This authentically beautiful romantic debut feature from playwright Celine Song explores “In Yun’’, a Korean notion of connection between people - in this case, long-estranged friends who reconnect during one fateful week.

La Syndicaliste Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

La Syndicaliste

Mon 13 Nov, 5pm & 8pm

Best Film Nominee, Venice Film Festival 2023

Isabelle Huppert plays Irishwoman Maureen Kearney, a senior trade union representative-turned-whistleblower in this extraordinary real-life story.

The Innocent Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

The Innocent

Mon 20 Nov, 5pm & 8pm

Best Original Screenplay & Best Supporting Actress, César Awards 2023

Louis Garrel directs, co-writes and stars in this French comedy-thriller, which uses its starry cast to brilliant effect in a caviar heist gone wrong.

The Damned Don’t Cry Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

The Damned Don’t Cry

Mon 27 Nov, 5pm & 8pm

Queer Lion Nominee, Venice Film Festival 2022

Fyzal Boulifa directs this Morocco-set drama about a mother and son who find themselves drifting apart after giving up their nomadic lifestyle to live in Tangiers.

Return to Seoul Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

Return to Seoul

Mon 4 Dec, 5pm & 8pm

Best Film, Belfast Film Festival 2022

Following a French adoptee of Korean heritage during several different visits to Korea over the course of a decade, this a fiercely intelligent film about the messiness of identity from director Davy Chou.

War Pony Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

War Pony

Mon 11 Dec, 5pm & 8pm

Caméra d’Or, Cannes Film Festival 2022

Gina Gammell and Riley Keough’s tender debut follows the interlocking stories of two troubled Lakota boys growing up on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

A Christmas Tale Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

A Christmas Tale

Mon 18 Dec, 4.30pm (note earlier start time) & 8pm

Palme d’Or Nominee, Cannes Film Festival 2008

When the Vuillard matriarch (Catherine Deneuve) requires a bone marrow transplant, her estranged clan reunites just in time for Christmas in Arnaud Desplechin’s outrageous, daring and emotionally bountiful film.