Director: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman
Stars (voices): Douglas Booth, Jerome Flynn, Robert Gulaczyk

This beautiful work has made history – the first animated film entirely consisting of oil paintings. A young man comes to Vincent van Gogh’s last hometown to deliver the troubled artist’s final letter and ends up investigating his last days there. While there have been several other movies about van Gogh, this film is filled with contrasting and conflicting stories, theories and recollections, and descriptions of events from those who crossed paths with the artist on a daily basis.

An enchanting watch of magnificent painting and animation!

Age Rating: 12A
Duration: 1 hr 34 mins (plus two shorts before the 2pm screening)

The  film will not have adverts or trailers. Two shorts which precede the first screening film starting at 2pm, and the 4pm screening will start at that time.




Approx 94 mins

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