Frank Serpico is an idealistic New York City cop who refuses to take bribes, unlike the rest of the force. His actions get Frank shunned by the other officers, and often placed in dangerous situations by his partners.
Is There Anybody Out There? – with filmmaker Q&A
Groundbreaking documentary, Is There Anybody Out There?, follows filmmaker Ella Glendining’s global search for someone with a body that looks like hers, and explores what it takes to love yourself fiercely as a disabled person in an ableist world.
We’re very excited to announce that Ella and cinematographer Annemarie Lean-Vercoe will join us for a question and answer session following this screening.
Our restaurant – enjoy drinks or a meal, inside or out!
Film seasons and events
There’s something for everyone this festive season at Depot! Our programme runs all through December and includes a whole range of christmas classics, festive favourites, amazing animations and even some traditional scary stories to get you in the Christmas spirit.
Depot’s Book to Film Club is a relaxed and open space to talk about books and movies. With classics, horror, and sci-fi on the shelf, there’s something for everyone to get their reading glasses on for. Each month there will be a screening of a different film based on a book followed by a guided, friendly and informal discussion
Depot is taking part in a major UK-wide celebration of one of the greatest and most enduring filmmaking partnerships: Michael Powell (1905-1990) and Emeric Pressburger (1902-1988), whose bold, subversive and iconoclastic artistic vision is a vital part of the fabric of British cinema history, which continues to inspire audiences and artists alike.
Live arts cinema
The Royal Opera House is the one of the world’s most celebrated theatres and the home of The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera and The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Join us for a brand new season of classics given new life with these fantastic performances brought to you from the Royal Opera House
See performances from one of the great ballet companies of the world from the comfort of our screens at Depot, in which grand balletic tradition and an illustrious heritage are united with innovation, daring and exceptional standards of artistry, creativity and stagecraft to produce supreme theatre.
Accessible Screenings at Depot
Every Monday the Depot programme includes a selection of films with descriptive subtitles – a transcription of the film’s dialogue, in English, along the bottom of the screen. A description of the sounds in the film is also included
A weekly screening exclusively for parents/carers with babies under 12 months. Babies can sleep, burble or cry – and parents/carers get a chance to catch up with the most recent releases. Babies go free!