YourScreen is a new streaming platform in partnership with, and for, film societies and independent cinemas.

YourScreen offers an ongoing programme of new, critically-acclaimed films - most of them unavailable on other UK platforms - to stream direct into your home. By watching films on YourScreen, you can support the Electric Picture House by buying a “virtual” ticket using the cinema’s unique promo code; the code will also give you a substantial discount. Revenue from ticket sales will be shared by YourScreen with independent cinemas.

The price is £9.99 per film, but you can get a 25% discount when you use the code WOTT25. 

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Some highlights from YourScreen's first season, available to watch now: 

 

System Crasher / Systemsprenger

(available 23rd Oct – 20th Dec)

Dir: Nora Fingscheidt, Germany, 2019, 125m, cert 15, sub-titles, family drama

Meet Benni - a wayward nine-year-old who the system has almost given up on. She is expelled from one foster home to the next for her wild and uncontrollable behaviour, but deep down there lies a deep vulnerability.

Asking some pointed questions about the care system, this compelling drama features a ferocious lead performance from tomboyish young actress Helena Zengel, a whirlwind of dayglo pink clothing and blond hair who simply explodes off the screen.

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The Best of Dorien B

(available 23rd Oct – 22nd Nov)

Dir: Anke Blondé, Belgium, 2019, 107m, cert 15 advisory, sub-titles, comedy-drama

Dorien has everything to be happy: a successful husband, two adorable children and a booming veterinary practice. One day, everything falls apart. She discovers her mother’s long-running love affair, her husband appears to be very close to a colleague and she has this lump in her breast. She needs someone to talk to but no-one seems to listen. Is this truly the life she dreamt of? Dorien realizes it’s time to make some changes.

THE BEST OF DORIEN B. is a comedy-drama about a woman who rediscovers herself amid the chaos.

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