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July films at DCA

There's plenty to enjoy at DCA Cinema this summer.

Yorgos Lanthimos and Emma Stone return this month, following up the Oscar-winning Poor Things with the dark and witty Kinds of Kindness. We have family ticket offers for Inside Out 2 and Despicable Me 4, then there’s romance and comedy in Fly Me to the Moon, the tale of a marketing team sent to NASA to stage a ‘back-up’ moon landing.

Rain or shine, there’s plenty to enjoy at DCA this summer. 


Weekly highlights


Mon 1 Jul

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Three people cuddle in an orange-lit room. The person in the middle looks worried.

Fri 28 June - Thu 4 July

See the season's biggest films

It’s a big week for film fans as both Yorgos Lanthimos’s eagerly-awaited Kinds of Kindness and Pixar’s family-friendly adventure Inside Out 2 arrive on our screens. You can also catch the heartstopping Polish thriller Green Border, our final screenings of stylish crime drama The Bikeriders, and more.

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Fri 5 - Thu 11 July

Into the wild – and the urban jungle

Wilding is an uplifting documentary about a couple who inherited a vast farm estate – and let it return to nature. Choose from standard screenings or showtimes with a bonus recorded Q&A. There’s moving drama from South Korea in Next Sohee, plus the third instalment of Ti West’s X slasher series, MaXXXine.

Men run, while a police officer on a horse beats them.

Fri 12 - Thu 18 July

More family fun and a new documentary

Gru and his mischievous Minions are back in Despicable Me 4, while French drama Àma Gloria explores the tender relationship between a young girl and her nanny, who must return to her home country. The documentary Strike: An Uncivil War tells the story of the 1984/5 Miners’ Strike, 40 years on.

A man and woman stand outside, behind a large camera which is pointed upward. The woman is holding a NASA clipboard.

Fri 19 - Thu 25 July

Romance, music and more

Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum team up for 1960s-set romantic comedy Fly Me to the Moon, and you can experience buzzy horror Longlegs. New documentary Orlando, My Political Biography tells stories of transition through interpretations of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography.

A man and woman sit on a couch in a living room, looking shocked. The woman has a small fluffy dog on her lap.

Fri 26 July - Thu 1 August

Fresh drama from around the world

We’re excited to bring you Shayda, the story of an Iranian mother finding refuge in an Australian women’s shelter, and Sleep, a dark comedy-horror from Korea. Plus, older teens can keep the summer holiday fun alive with Deadpool & Wolverine, the ultimate Marvel superhero crossover.

Whichever film you're planning to see first, we're looking forward to welcoming you to DCA this July. If you're enjoying a family cinema trip while school's out, you can use our great value family tickets, which offer discounts for families of threes and fours. Plus, don't forget about all the other fun, free activities you can enjoy at DCA this summer.