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With the cinema year well and truly underway, and Cannes just around the corner, here’s a month-by-month rundown of the films we’re (already) looking forward to seeing on British cinema screens in 2016. Featuring art-house darlings, bold remakes of movie classics, timely re-releases, as well as an abundance of strong docs and enticing oddities, there is plenty to keep your Cineworld Unlimited Card busy (for those of you who don’t have one, it entitles you to see as many movies as you want for £16.90 a month) and your mind thoroughly occupied throughout the year:

April:
Eisenstein In Guanajuato (Dir. Peter Greenaway)
Louder Than Bombs (Dir. Joachim Trier)
Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures (Dir. Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey)
Son of Saul (Dir. Son of Saul)

May:
Johnny Guitar (Dir. Nicholas Ray, re-release)
Knight of Cups (Dir. Terrence Malick)
Green Room (Dir. Jeremy Saulnier)
Mustang (Dir. Deniz Gamze Ergüven)

June:
Where to Invade Next (Dir. Michael Moore)
No Home Movie (Dir. Chantal Akerman)
Blood Orange (Dir. Toby Tobias) [Pictured above: featuring Iggy Pop]
Embrace Of The Serpent (Dir. Ciro Guerra)

July:
Notes on Blindness (Dir. Peter Middleton, James Spinney)
The Neon Demon (Dir. Nicolas Winding Refn)
Weiner (Dir. Elyse Steinberg, Josh Kriegman)
Author: The JT LeRoy Story (Dir. Jeff Feuerzeig)

August:
David Brent: Life On The Road (Dir. Ricky Gervais)
Ben-Hur (Dir. William Wyler, re-release)
Julieta (Dir. Pedro Almodóvar)

September:
The Magnificent Seven (Dir. Antoine Fuqua)
The Man Who Fell To Earth (Dir. Nicolas Roeg, re-release)

October:
Lo And Behold, Reveries Of The Connected World (Dir. Werner Herzog)
Kate Plays Christine (Dir. Robert Greene)

November:
Bad Santa 2 (Dir. Mark Waters)
Richard Linklater: Dream is Destiny (Dir. Louis Black, Karen Bernstein)

December:
Life, Animated (Dir. Roger Ross Williams)
Star Wars: Rogue One (Dir. Gareth Edwards)

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