From Friday 8th March
An evening of female-directed films to mark International Women’s Day, kicking off four days of female-focussed films that continue the celebration across the weekend.
Friday 8th March
6.30pm - A League of Their Own. 1990s baseball drama, directed by Penny Marshall.
9pm - Pitch Perfect 2. A cappella comedy sequel, directed by Elizabeth Banks.
11.15pm - Diary of a Teenage Girl. 1970s-set coming-of-age comedy-drama, directed by Marielle Heller.
1.20am - American Mary. Body-modification horror, directed by Jen and Sylvia Soska.
Saturday 9th March
9pm - Ghostbusters. First play on Film4 of female-led 2016 version of the fantastical comedy.
11.40pm - The Love Witch. Network premiere of 2016 stylised romantic thriller and contemporary cult classic, directed by Anna Biller and starring Samantha Robinson.
2.05am - Prevenge. Black comedy starring and directed by Alice Lowe.
Sunday 10th March
9pm - Gemma Bovery. Network premiere of 2014 romantic comedy-drama, directed by Anne Fontaine, starring Gemma Arterton and based on the graphic novel by Posy Simmonds.
11.05pm - Our Kind of Traitor. 2016 John le Carre adaptation, directed by Susanna White.
1.15am - Waiting to Exhale. 1995 drama starring Whitney Houston and Angela Bassett.
Monday 11th March
9pm - Lucy. 2014 action-thriller starring Scarlett Johansson.
10.45pm - Elle. Network premiere of 2016 dramatic thriller with a black comedy edge, starring Isabelle Huppert
1.30am - The Bling Ring. 2013 drama directed by Sofia Coppola.