When he and his family are terrorised by a gang of street thugs and failed by law enforcement, a timid man turns blundering vigilante.


Winner of a Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, this tense revenge thriller is also a moral and psychological study of a deficient patriarch backed into a corner.


A quiet drama that cares as much about familial alienation as getting away with murder.


Landforms is a series of world cinema screenings from Belfast Film Festival with different seasons showing four contemporary films from countries through which a particular geographical feature extends. The February season, #3 showcases new films from the Andes. All screenings take place in the Beanbag Cinema, 23 Donegall Street.