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Octavia Spencer and Sally Hawkins star in The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water (15)

Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s LabyrinthPacific Rim) returns with this unusual aquatic love story between an amphibian man and a shy, mute cleaner working at a top secret government facility.

A still from Finding Your Feet

Finding Your Feet (12A)

On the eve of retirement a middle class, judgemental snob (Imelda Staunton) discovers her husband has been having an affair and is forced into exile with her bohemian sister (Celia Imrie).

Octavia Spencer and Sally Hawkins star in The Shape of Water

Parent & Baby Screening: The Shape of Water (15)

Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s LabyrinthPacific Rim) returns with this unusual aquatic love story between an amphibian man and a shy, mute cleaner working at a top secret government facility.

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.

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.

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks in The Post

Oscar® Week 2018: The Post (12A)

Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep star in this thrilling dramatization of the Washington Post’s battle with the US Government, directed by Steven Spielberg

Daniel Day Lewis is making a lully little dress in Phantom Thread

Oscar® Week 2018: Phantom Thread (15)

Daniel Day-Lewis gives his final, and perhaps finest, performance in Paul Thomas Anderson's portrait of a man whose world unravels as he falls desperately in love.