Sat 31 Mar | 2pm
Through his upbringing in Bradford, years spent in London during the British Pop Art scene, onto California with a stop-off in New York, and then back to Yorkshire, Hockney charts the remarkable career of the iconic artist David Hockney. Including footage from the artist’s personal collection, and interviews with some of his close friends, the film also includes an exclusive tour of his archive and studio, where, at age 77, he still paints seven days a week.
Sat 31 Mar | 10:30am
The film tells the story of Kubo, whose peaceful existence comes crashing down around him after he accidentally summons a vengeful spirit from the past. Setting out with a snow monkey and a beetle (voiced by Charlize Theron and Matthew McConaughey) to keep him company he must battle the Moon King (Ralph Fiennes) to unlock his family’s secret legacy.
Mon 2 Apr | 2pm
Times are tough for the chickens of Mrs Tweedy’s Farm; with her flock not producing enough eggs, Mrs Tweedy (voiced by a steely Miranda Richardson) decides a more profitable course of action would be investing in a pie-making machine. Luckily, the hens’ lives are turned upside down when a handsome American rooster explodes onto the scene with promises of realising their dreams of escape by teaching them to fly.
Thu 12 Apr | 2pm
This family-friendly documentary, voiced by Star Wars’ Daisy Ridley, tells the story of 13-year-old Aisholpan, the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter. Rosy-cheeked and iron-willed, our trailblazing heroine joyfully proves that girls can do anything that boys can.
Sun 15 Apr | 2pm
A film that surely needs no introduction, Steven Spielberg’s beloved masterpiece tells the story of a stranded extra-terrestrial, befriend by 10-year-old Elliott and his siblings, in dire need of help in getting back to his home planet. After being introduced to the early pleasures of watching TV, drinking beer and trick-or-treating, E.T. decides it’s time to “phone home”.