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Afternoon Arts: British Museum Presents: Hokusai (PG)

This is a ground-breaking documentary and exclusive private view of the major British Museum exhibition Hokusai: beyond the Great Wave.

Jordan Peele's cracking debut Get Out

Oscar® Week 2018: Get Out (15)

Jordan Peele creates a genre-defying film, embracing horror, comedy and shrewd social critique. Get Out is one of the most impressive debuts of recent years.

It's raining burgers, hallelujah, it's raining burgers, amen

Framed Film Club: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (U)

A local scientist is often regarded as a failure until he inadvertently invents a machine that can make food fall from the sky.

Dissolving men and landscapes in Peter Burr's animations

Edge of Frame: Labyrinths: The Films of Peter Burr (PG*)

The first UK retrospective of Brooklyn-based artist Peter Burr, a master of computer animation and visionary creator of intricate, shape-shifting worlds.

A still from Figure Study II by Jon Gillie, part of Edge of Frame: Particles in Space

Edge of Frame: Particles in Space (PG*) + ScreenTalk

A dazzling and dynamic selection of experimental animation, featuring work from 1963 to 2018, which explores ideas of space, line, shape and form, utilising an eclectic range of techniques.

Gary Oldman stars as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour

Oscar® Week 2018: Darkest Hour (PG)

Gary Oldman is transformed into Winston Churchill in this historical-drama telling the story of the one of the country’s darkest – and strongest – hours.

Film still from Call Me by Your Name

Oscar® Week 2018: Call Me By Your Name (15)

Luca Guadagnino (A Bigger Splash, I Am Love) returns with this utterly beautiful romance following the relationship between 17 year-old Elio and doctoral student Oliver over a shimmering summer.

A still from Ruben Ostlund's The Square

Oscar® Week 2018: The Square (15)

Ruben Östlund’s Palme d’Or-winning surreal art-world satire gets an Oscar® Week preview ahead of its Best Foreign Language Film nomination.