First Cow 122 mins

  • First Cow
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Thursday, 6 May
11:00AM 1:45PM 6:30PM 
Friday, 7 May
11:00AM 1:45PM 6:30PM 
Saturday, 8 May
11:00AM 1:45PM 6:30PM 
Sunday, 9 May
11:00AM 1:45PM 6:30PM 
Monday, 10 May
11:00AM 1:45PM 6:30PM 
Tuesday, 11 May
11:00AM 1:45PM 6:30PM 
Wednesday, 12 May
11:00AM 1:45PM 6:30PM 

Kelly Reichardt’s snowball has steadily been rolling down the mountain picking up more and more discerning cinema fans and festival regulars over the years with critically acclaimed and award-winning films like Wendy and Lucy, Meek’s Cutoff and Certain Women.  We are delighted to be screening her acclaimed First Cow, which wowed audiences at Telluride and Berlin Film Festivals.

Two travellers, on the run from a band of vengeful hunters in the 1820s Northwest, dream of striking it rich – but their tenuous plan to make their fortune on the frontier comes to rely on the secret use of a wealthy landowner's prized dairy cow. With their scheme landing somewhere between honest ingenuity and pure grift, renowned filmmaker Kelly Reichardt finds a graceful and deeply moving origin story of America in their unlikely friendship and fragile life at the margins.

 95% Rotten Tomatoes rating – strong critics consensus
★★★★★ Stars – The Guardian

  – Rolling Stone

“A Masterpiece” - New York Times

“This year's must-see indie film” – The Atlantic

"Pure enchantment...making magic from milk." The Wall Street Journal

"A graceful tale of human connection set against the great American wilderness." The Boston Globe 

"It's a beautiful thing." Variety

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