Plus – The Bikeriders sees Austin Butler, Jodie Comer and Tom Hardy in a love triangle.

If that isn’t enough, we also welcome back London Indian Film Festival for their fabulous 15th edition.


Inside Out 2’ image courtesy Disney.


First up, we welcome in the newest delight from Disney Pixar with Inside Out 2 from Fri 14 Jun.  Returning to the mind of newly minted teenager Riley, something entirely unexpected is found: new Emotions. Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust, however, are not sure how to feel when Anxiety and co. show up.

Maya Hawke (Stranger Things, Asteroid City), Ayo Edebiri (The Bear, Bottoms), Paul Walter Hauser (I, Tonya, Cruella) and Adèle Exarchopoulos (Blue is the Warmest Colour, Passages) join the cast as the new emotions, in a sequel that promises to be just as touching, reflective and creative as the first. 

Watch the delightful trailer for Inside Out 2.


The Bikeriders’ image courtesy of Universal Pictures.


Continuing June in style, Austin Butler (Elvis, Dune: Part 2), Jodie Comer (The Last Duel, Killing Eve) and Tom Hardy (Mad Max: Fury Road, Inception) return to our screens in The Bikeriders from Fri 21 Jun. Taking inspiration Danny Lyon’s 1968 photographic study of Chicago bikers, the film follow the rise of the outlaw motorcycle club Vandals MC.

Seen through the lives of its members and their families, over the course of a decade, the club evolves from a surrogate family for local outcasts into violent organized crime, threatening the original founder’s unique vision and way of life. Operating with an underworld machismo of the sort that Scorsese himself made a mid-career speciality, The Bikeriders is not one to be missed.

Check out The Guardian’s 5* review and the gripping trailer for The Bikeriders here.


‘Kinds of Kindness’image courtesy of Disney.


Rounding out the month, from Fri 28 Jun we welcome Kinds of Kindness to our cinema. Yorgos Lanthimos’s follow up to the highly acclaimed Poor Things, the film has already netted Jesse Plemons (Breaking Bad, I’m Thinking of Ending Things) the award for Best Actor at Cannes.

Structured like an anthology, it features three loosely connected stories: a man who seeks to take charge of his own destiny after breaking away from his powerful boss, a policeman plagued with suspicions about his spouse, and a cultist’s task to find a specific person with the ability to resurrect the dead – all centered around the lengths and limits of people’s devotion to one another. After finding mainstream success with The Favourite and Poor Things, fans of Lanthimos’ earlier work will be pleased to hear that he has gone back to his roots, the film harking back to the oddities of Dogtooth and Killing of a Sacred Deer.

Also starring Emma Stone (La La Land, Poor Things), Willem Dafoe (The Lighthouse, Spider-Man), Margret Qualley (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Drive Away Dolls), and Hong Chau (The Whale, Downsizing), Kinds of Kindness truly cements Lanthimos as one of cinema’s most vital auteurs. 

Check out Rolling Stone’s adoring review and the trailer for Kinds of Kindness here.


Image courtesy of London Indian Film Festival.


Last but certainly not least, this month we proudly welcome back the London Indian Film Festival for their 15th edition, showcasing Indian and South Asian premieres, classic movies and emerging filmmakers’ shorts. This year’s programme runs from Thu 27 Jun – Tue 2 Jul, and features the legendary LGBTQIA+ showcase Too Desi Too Queer Shorts, the uplifting documentary Tight: The World of Indian Bodybuilding, and the touching feature Shunya. 

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