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In this playful sci-fi thriller set in the near-future, Cruise finds himself living a battle with invading aliens over and over again until he finds the key to humanity’s future.
Edge of Tomorrow
Edge of Tomorrow (12A) 8pm Fri 1 Aug, 4pm Sat 2 Aug
A combination of Jane Austen-style romance and socially conscious drama that elegantly deals with issues of race and slavery as well as marriage and class.
Belle (12A) 8pm Sat 2 Aug, 8pm Sun 3 Aug
In this animated musical, Dorothy is whisked back to Oz to save her old friends Scarecrow, Lion and Tin Man.
Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return
Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return (U) 4pm Sun 3 Aug, 3pm Thurs 7 Aug
A gripping, balanced drama about betrayal and suspicion, love and friendship, and the tough choices facing those who live in the Occupied Territories.
Omar (15) 8pm Mon 4 Aug
Using a treasure trove of film extracts from around the globe, this engaging documentary explores the portrayal of children in cinema.
A Story of Children and Film
A Story of Children and Film (PG) 7pm Thurs 7 Aug
A fun summer rom-com about two sisters and a gorgeous Italian man, set on the Italian coast to a soundtrack of hits from the 80s.
Walking on Sunshine
Walking on Sunshine (12A) 8pm Fri 8, 4pm Sat 9 , 8pm Sat 9 Aug
Cinema of Childhood
Films about childhood take us on fantastic voyages: E.T. is a magical bike ride, The Jungle Book shows us the bare necessities, and Miyazaki’s films are animated dreamscapes. Beyond these classics, there’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known, but just as brilliant.READ MORE