Good looking films, complex female characters, rarely screened cult, contemporary & classic cinema

Beginning with a shared love of horror, pulp, thrills and mystery, Sarah Kathryn Cleaver and Jordan Storm Louise set up the Zodiac Film Club. We select good looking films, complex female characters and our favourites in forgotten classics, cult and contemporary cinema to share with you. We regularly write about film for publications and platforms including Dazed Digital and My McQ, and have been featured in i-D, Indie, and Time Out. We have programmed screenings at The Rio, The Castle Cinema, The Curtain Members Club and for brands such as Beyond Retro.


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This is a film still from DAISIES

FEATURED: One of Zodiac Film Club’s most beloved female-directed films, Věra Chytilová’s DAISIES (1966) is a Czech new wave comedy about two best friends and their anti-establishment pranks. It’s a joyous riot of rule breaking. We’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love this film, nor would we wish to. Smash the patriarchy…




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