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All posts by James Russell

HIC recommends: THE JESUS ROLLS and GLORIA BELL

Each week we’re revealing which film we were planning to screen as part of our cancelled April to June season, letting you know where you can find it to watch, […]

BBC Radio Humberside feature – time travel films

As well as our own weekly HIC Recommends feature, which reveals which film we were planning to show before our current season was cancelled, and recommending another title our audiences […]

HIC recommends: SYSTEM CRASHER and SHORT TERM 12

Our April to June season of films had to be cancelled just as we were ready to announce it, so instead, each week we’re revealing which film we were planning […]

HIC recommends: AMERICAN ANIMALS and THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER

Our film this week was due to have been CALM WITH HORSES, a contemporary crime drama set in rural Ireland. An assured debut from director Nick Rowland, it examines a […]

Easter Films – BBC Radio Humberside feature

As well as our own weekly HIC Recommends feature, which reveals which film we were planning to show before our current season was cancelled, and recommending another title our audiences […]

HIC recommends: COLOR OUT OF SPACE and MANDY

Welcome to week two of our Covid Closedown film programme. We had finalised our April to June season of films just before we had to announce that it was cancelled, […]

This week’s films: PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE and GIRLHOOD

Like all cinemas, we’re currently closed because of the Covid-19 situation. Just before the crisis took hold, we’d finalised our April to June season of films and were about to […]

EVENT NOTICE: Love & Mercy screening on 4 December CANCELLED

We regret to announce that we have had to cancel our screening of Love & Mercy, the Brian Wilson biopic, which had been scheduled for Friday 4 December at Trinity […]

Beasts of the Southern Wild | 2012 | USA | 93m | cert 12A

Programme of “pay what you want” film shows begins

This week sees the first event in our year-long Community Screenings programme, which is designed to bring independent, world and art cinema to new audiences in communities around the city. […]

Hull Film Festival Report

James Russell looks back at our first ever Hull Film Festival. Several days have passed since the credits rolled on WolfCop, the last screening of this year’s Hull Film Festival. […]