By The Time It Gets Dark (12A)

Anocha Suwichakornpong | Thailand | 2016 | 106’

Looming large over this demanding but ultimately rewarding film is the military-led massacre of student demonstrators at a university in Bangkok in October 1976. In a reflection on an artist's challenge in portraying reality, By the Time It Gets Dark is a magical, melancholic ode to the intellectual's struggle against the forces of history, set within a shape-shifting narrative revolving around the making of a film about the clampdown.

£7.30 (£5.50)