Winning both the Oscar for best picture and best directing, as well as the BAFTA for best film, Chloé Zhao’s engrossing and humane film Nomadland also won its lead, Frances McDormand, the award for best actress at this years Academy Awards and the BAFTA for leading actress.
Fern (Frances McDormand) is a woman in her sixties who has lost everything – her money to the recession and her beloved husband to an early death. Kitting out a van as a home and following temporary work from place to place, she embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a modern-day nomad. This elegiac drama depicting the subcultures in the US’ western wildlands is an adaptation of the non-fiction book by Jessica Bruder, Nomadland: Surviving America in the 21st Century.
Sat 22 May 6.25pm
Mon 24 May 6.15pm
Tue 25 May 8.30pm
*The film is in the English language and will be screened with English subtitles on for customers who are hard of hearing.