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Written and directed by Academy Award® nominee Branagh, Belfast is a poignant story of love, laughter and loss in one boy’s childhood, amid the music and social tumult of the late 1960s. The cast stars Golden Globe nominee Caitriona Balfe, Academy Award® winner Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciaran Hinds, and introduces 10 year old Jude Hill. Dornan and Balfe play a passionate working-class couple caught up in the mayhem, with Dench and Hinds as sharp-witted grandparents. The film is produced by Branagh, Laura Berwick, Becca Kovacik and Tamar Thomas.

The screenings on Fri 4 Mar 7.30pm & Thu 10 Mar 2pm will have descriptive subtitles, find out more about subtitled screenings and our accessibility.

  • BBFC Ratings Information

    threat and horror

    A villainous character threatens to shoot a nine year-old boy, but his father quickly intervenes. The boy is caught up in sectarian rioting as petrol bombs are thrown. He cowers under a table with his family as cars explode and windows break.


    There is infrequent use of strong language (‘f**k’), and milder terms such as ‘bloody’, ‘bugger’, ‘shite’, ‘arsehole’, ‘Christ’, ‘hell’ and ‘God’.


    The sectarianism of the Troubles is a theme of the film, which carries an anti-discriminatory message.

    There is brief mild violence: a villain is disarmed by a thrown brick; there is a slow-motion punch to the face. There are infrequent mild sex references. Children steal from shops, but the negative consequences of doing so are clear. There are upsetting scenes relating to the death of a loved-one.