The goodness of humanity within times of extreme darkness and sorrow are reflected in a mixture of documentary and fiction films that explore how far some people would go during the Holocaust to help those persecuted. From the astonishing story of Antonina and Jan Żabiński, who saved jews by hiding them in the city’s zoo facilities, to the moving story of Diana B, whose rescue campaign during the War was inspired by the Jewish community, to the uplifting dramatisation of Zanis Lipke’s epic rescue operation using his black-market connections, all of these stories work to restore our faith in humanity.

Of Animals and Men

A follow up to The Zookeeper’s Wife, the story of Antonina and Jan Zabinski’s successful plot hiding hundreds of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto in the city’s zoo facilities.

The Diary of Diana B

The astonishing-albeit unknown-story based on the diaries of Diana Budisavljevic, whom aided in one of the biggest rescue campaigns during the war, saving the lives of more than 10,000 Orthodox Christian children.

The Mover

A suspenseful drama recounting the true story of blue collar worker Zanis Lipke’s epic rescue operation during the war, saving 40 Jews by hiding them in the basement beneath his barn.

Anniversary Screenings

We have 5 well-loved films celebrating significant anniversaries this year, most notably 20 years since the Oscar-nominated Solomon & Gaenor was released.


Love in all of its forms- exhilarating, maddening, hilarious, traumatising- is shown across a broad spectrum of films that open our eyes and our hearts.

Spies and Revolutionaries

Thrilling tales of secret agents are nestled alongside documentaries on the inspiring people who risked their lives in the search for truth.