Mon 24 May (Cheltenham International Film Festival - Opening Film)

NO LONGER RENTABLE • A man in the grip of dementia refuses all offers of help from his loved ones as his understanding of reality ebbs away.
The Father
  • Drama
  • 1h 37m

Tues 25 May

NO LONGER RENTABLE • Two couples chat beside a suburban pool. The unease mounts as they turn to an incident involving their young kids.
Disclosure
  • Drama, Black Comedy
  • 1h 24m
NO LONGER RENTABLE • A stripped-back thriller about a man who goes on a reckless journey of self-liberation over 24 hours in London.
Surge
  • Thriller
  • 1h 40m
NO LONGER RENTABLE • An ailing swordsman must persevere in his bloody craft to win back his kidnapped daughter before his eyesight fails.
The Swordsman
  • Action, Adventure
  • 1h 40m
NO LONGER RENTABLE • Two young Chechen refugees tolerate life with foster carers before trying to reunite with their mother.
Oskar and Lilli, Where No One Knows Us
  • Drama
  • 1h 42m

Weds 26 May

NO LONGER RENTABLE • A young Polish girl travels to Ireland to recover the body of her father, long estranged from the family back home.
I Never Cry / Jak najdalej stad
  • Drama, Comedy
  • 1h 38m
NO LONGER RENTABLE • A dutiful wife rises up, inspired by the Spirit of May '68 and by the secret her dead husband bequeaths her.
How To Be a Good Wife / La bonne épouse
  • Comedy, Drama
  • 1h 49m
NO LONGER RENTABLE • Three sisters compete for a chance to escape the isolation of their Anatolian village with a wealthy big city benefactor.
A Tale of Three Sisters / Kiz Kardesler
  • Drama, Ethnography
  • 1h 48m