In this deeply introspective film, renowned photojournalist Don McCullin speaks frankly and honestly about his work in war zones and humanitarian crises during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Thoughtful, moving and spellbinding, McCullin believed he was days away from death during filming, fearing he was dying of heart disease. Certificate: 15.
Tickets available from the bar in the hour prior to the film's screening. There will be an interval approximately half-way through.