Keep your kids entertained this school holidays with the all new Robot Dreams set to hit our screens April 11th! We also have plenty for the parents from the raunchy British comedy Wicked Little Letters, to the gripping documentary IO Capitano. Check out our top picks for April below:

Robot Dreams

Set in 1980s NYC, ROBOT DREAMS is the story of Dog, a lonely canine who builds himself a robot for companionship. Their friendship blossoms as they embark on adventures (and misadventures) across the city, from taking the subway to Chinatown to roller skating in Central Park. One summer night, Dog becomes heartbroken when he is forced to abandon Robot at the beach. Will they ever meet again?

Wicked Little Letters

A 1920s English seaside town bears witness to a dark and absurd scandal in this riotous mystery comedy. Following two neighbours: deeply conservative local Edith Swan (Olivia Colman) and rowdy Irish migrant Rose Gooding (Jessie Buckley). When Edith and fellow residents begin to receive wicked letters full of unintentionally hilarious profanities, foul-mouthed Rose is charged with the crime.

Perfect Days

This film offers a captivating exploration of the quiet and introspective life of Hirayama, a humble toilet cleaner in the bustling city of Tokyo. Through its deliberate minimalism, the movie invites viewers to immerse themselves in the enigmatic world of its characters.An absorbing slice-of-life drama led by a remarkable Kôji Yakusho performance, Perfect Days adds a quietly soaring gem to director/co-writer Wim Wenders’ estimable filmography.

Fallen Leaves

Ansa is a single woman who lives in Helsinki. She works on a zero-hour contract in a supermarket, stocking the shelves. The equally lonely and depressed Holappa works as a sandblaster and frequently drinks on the job. One night, co-worker and roommate Huotari proposes they go to a karaoke bar, and he reluctantly complies. There, the two drink heavily and Huotari sings for the audience, seeking to get noticed by a record label and fulfil his dream of being a professional singer.

IO Capitano

Nominated at the 2024 Academy Awards for Best International Feature, IO CAPITANO is the extraordinary and moving journey of two young men who leave Dakar in search of another future. It’s a heroic story similar to SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE and LION. Directed by Matteo Garrone (Gomorrah), IO CAPITANO has also been nominated at the Golden Globes, winner of Best Director at the Venice Film Festival, and will be a must-see for upmarket audiences this year.

Jeff Koons: An Intimate Portrait

Jeff Koons is widely regarded as one of the most influential, popular and disputed artists of the last 30 years. This film will show the hidden mechanisms lying behind the person, the artist and the Koons brand. It’s an intimate exploration of Jeff Koon’s consciousness aiming to discover what motivates him and shapes his incomparable vision. With exclusive access to the Koons family home in York, Pennsylvania, the documentary investigates Koons’ roots and everyday life.

 

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