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CINEMA SINEMA

MARCH MAWRTH 2017

ANNOUNCING BRAND NEW CINEMA SEATS! WE ARE ALSO PLEASED TO OFFER RESERVED SEATING FOR ALL FILMS

8th March

FREE SCREENING & RE-OPENING!

Ghostbusters

(Ivan Reitman, USA 1984, 105mins) To celebrate the brand new seating in our cinema, this is a free screening of the original Ghostbusters, in a specially restored version. The cinema is dedicated to the memory of Paul Davis, and this was one of his favourite films.

SPECIAL EVENTS

20th March

Cult Film Night Fantastic Voyage

MARCH/MAWRTH Wed/Mer 1 - Tues/Maw 7 CLOSED FOR REFURBISHMENT

(Richard Fleischer, USA 1966, 100mins) A sci-fi classic, filled with insane jumps of logic and fabulous 1960s design. During the Cold War, a group of scientists are miniaturised to pilot a craft inside the body of an invaluable scientist in order to save his life. Stars Raquel Welch and Donald Pleasance.

21st March

Jackie

(Pablo Larraín, USA 2016, 97mins) An intimate portrait of one of the most important and tragic moments in American history, seen through the eyes of the iconic First Lady, Jackie Kennedy. Natalie Portman gives a powerful performance as she struggles to maintain JFK’s legacy in the tumultuous period after his assassination. Also stars the great John Hurt in one of his final roles.

11th, 12th & 18th March

Sing

(Christophe Lourdelet, Garth Jennings, USA 2016, 108mins) Set in a world entirely populated by animals, a theatre owner attempts to stage a grand singing competition. Taron Egerton provides one of the voices in this colourful and fun animation from the makers of Minions.

(Jane Gull, UK 2016, 83mins) This powerful drama follows a young man with Down Syndrome who is thrust into a daunting new world when a sudden bereavement leaves him finding unexpected support from his feisty, streetwise carer. Screening to mark World Down Syndrome Day Tickets – a portion of sales will be donated to charity.

31st March

WELSH HORROR DOUBLE BILL: Both films for just £8!

(Mamoru Oshii, Japan 1995, 81mins, subtitled) In a future interconnected by a vast electronic network, a cyborg officer is tasked with tracking down a dangerous hacker. Complex, thoughtful and a rare chance to see one of Japan’s most acclaimed sci-fi animations on the big screen.

11th, 16th, 18th & 21st March

The Eagle Huntress

(Otto Bell, UK/USA/Mongolia, 87mins, some subtitles) Set against the stunning backdrops of the Mongolian plains, this spellbinding documentary follows a young nomadic girl who dreams of becoming the first female eagle hunter in 12 generations of her family. Breath-taking aerial photography combines with a truly heart-warming story of sheer determination against all the odds. Parent and Baby Thursday 16th 11am

17th, 18th, 20th, 22nd & 23rd March

9th March

NT Live – Hedda Gabler

Hedda and Tesman have just returned from their honeymoon and the relationship is already in trouble. Trapped but determined, Hedda tries to control those around her, only to see her own world unravel. Ruth Wilson (Luther, The Affair, Jane Eyre) plays the title role in this modern production of Ibsen’s masterpiece. 3.5hrs approx.

Lego Batman Movie

(Chris McKay, USA 2017, 104mins) Bruce Wayne takes on The Joker in this brand new, delightfully fun and very very silly LEGO movie.

8.15pm

The Eagle Huntress (U)

12.00pm

Sing (3D) (U)

2.30pm

NY MET LIVE – La Traviata

5.55pm

Sing (3D) (U)

2.30pm

Jackie (15)

5.00pm

Jackie (subtitled) (15)

5.45pm

Jackie (15)

8.15pm

Tues/Maw 14 Jackie (15)

5.45pm

Wed/Mer 15

Thurs/Iau 16

Sun/Sul 19

Mon/Llun 20

Wed/Mer 22

11th March

Thurs/Iau 23

The great Plácido Domingo plays Germont in one of opera’s most beloved productions. With Sonya Yoncheva as the tragic courtesan Violetta, and Michael Fabiano as her lover. 3hrs approx.

1st, 3rd – 5th & 7th April

Fri /Gwe 24 Sat/Sad 25

Sun/Sul 26

The Founder

Mon/Llun 27

(John Lee Hancock, USA 2016, 115mins) Michael Keaton gives a sparkling performance as the struggling salesman who discovers a burger joint in 1950s California named McDonalds. Seeing potential for a franchise, he begins a relentless campaign to manoeuvre and manipulate his way between the company and its owners.

14th, 15th, 17th, 19th & 23rd March

Don’t Take Me Home

(Jonny Owen, UK 2017, 90mins) With their astonishing success at the Euros 2016, this is the incredible story of how the Welsh football team reached the semi-finals. A story of national spirit and determination, overcoming personal and professional challenges to make Welsh football history.

3rd April

Cult Film Night: Trainspotting

Wed/Mer 29

Thurs/Iau 30

5.45pm

Jackie (15)

8.15pm

The Eagle Huntress (parent/baby) (U)

11.00am

The Eagle Huntress (U)

6.00pm

Ghost in the Shell (15)

8.15pm

Hidden Figures (PG)

5.30pm

Don’t Take Me Home (12A)

8.15pm

Sing (3D) (U)

12.00pm

The Eagle Huntress (U)

2.30pm

Hidden Figures (PG)

5.30pm

The Chamber + Q&A

8.15pm

Bolshoi Ballet Live – A Contemporary

3.00pm

Don’t Take Me Home (12A)

5.45pm

Hidden Figures (PG)

5.30pm

Cult Film Night – Fantastic Voyage (U)

8.15pm 6.00pm

The Eagle Huntress (U)

8.15pm

Hidden Figures (PG)

2.30pm**

The Chamber

5.45pm

Hidden Figures (PG)

8.15pm

Hidden Figures (PG)

5.30pm

Don’t Take Me Home (12A)

8.15pm

The Colours of the Mountain (15) TBC

5.45pm

Shadow World + Discussion (15) TBC

8.15pm

Nausicaa (PG)

2.30pm

By the Time it Gets Dark (15) TBC

5.30pm

Neruda (15)

8.15pm

Those Who Jump cert TBC

2.30pm

The Future Perfect (PG) TBC

5.00pm

Ambulance (15) TBC

5.45pm

Wulu (15) TBC

8.15pm 5.45pm

The Salesman (12A)

8.15pm

Nostalgia for the Light (12A)

2.30pm**

The War Show (15) TBC

5.45pm

Tomorrow (Demain) (PG) TBC

8.15pm

Memories of Underdevelopment (15)

5.45pm

The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki (12A) 8.15pm Don’t Knock Twice (15)

6.00pm

Prevenge (15)

8.15pm

APRIL/EBRILL Sat/Sad 1

19th March

Bolshoi Ballet Live – A Contemporary Evening

Some of the best dancers in the world and masters of contemporary choreography combine for one evening as the Bolshoi takes on a new challenge with Hans Van Manen’s “Frank Bridge’s Variations”, León and Lightfoot’s “Short Time Together” and Alexei Ratmansky’s “Russian Seasons”. 2hrs 40mins approx.

(Danny Boyle, UK 1995, 89mins, with introduction, no ads) The most iconic British film of the 1990s, and adapted from Irvine Welsh’s novel, Trainspotting follows the lives of a group of Edinburgh heroin addicts. Stars Ewan McGregor.

Sun/Sul 2 Mon/Llun 3 Tues/Maw 4

Lego Batman Movie (3D) (U)

2.30pm

The Founder (12A)

5.45pm

Hacksaw Ridge (15)

8.15pm

Lego Batman Movie (2D) (U)

2.30pm

Hacksaw Ridge (15)

5.00pm

The Founder (12A)

5.45pm

Cult Film Night: Trainspotting (18)

8.15pm

El Violin (15)

5.45pm

The Founder (12A)

8.15pm

** Silver Screening

TICKETS I TOCYNNAU

18th & 22nd March

The Chamber + Q&A

(Ben Parker, UK 2016, 87mins) A special ops unit commandeer a commercial submersible to locate a mysterious item at the bottom of the Yellow Sea. When an explosion causes the sub to overturn and take on water, the crew begin a desperate fight for survival. Director Ben Parker will be present for a special Q&A after the film on the 18th.

2.30pm**

Don’t Take Me Home (12A)

Tues/Maw 28 Clash (15) TBC

Fri/Gwe 31

(Mel Gibson, USA 2016, 136mins) The extraordinary true story of pacifist Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield), the American soldier who saved the lives of 75 men during one of the bloodiest battles in WWII without even firing a shot. Nominated for six Oscars.

8.15pm

Jackie (15)

Tues/Maw 21 My Feral Heart (12A)

Hacksaw Ridge

(Theodore Melfi, USA 2016, 127mins) Award-winning and uplifting drama looking at the true story behind the AfricanAmerican women who helped NASA achieve one of the greatest operations in history, putting a man into space.

Don’t Take Me Home (12A)

Evening

1st, 2nd, 5th & 7th April

Hidden Figures

6.00pm

Jackie (15)

Sat/Sad 18

NY Met Live – La Traviata

1st, 2nd, 8th – 13th April

Jackie (15)

Fri /Gwe 17

Prevenge

Ghost in the Shell

7pm

Fri /Gwe 10

Mon/Llun 13

(Caradog James, UK 2016, 95mins) The new film from Caradog James (The Machine) is a supernatural ghost story about a guilt-ridden mother (Katee Sackhoff) who seeks to uncover the terrifying truth behind the urban legend of a vengeful, demonic witch.

16th March

7pm

NT Live – Hedda Gabler

Sun/Sul 12

Don’t Knock Twice

(Alice Lowe, UK 2016, 87mins) Alice Lowe (Sightseers) stars in this pitch-black comedy about a pregnant serial killer who’s convinced her unborn child is directing her on a killing spree across Cardiff.

Ghostbusters (PG) free screening

Thurs/Iau 9

Sat/Sad 11

My Feral Heart

10th, 12th – 15th March

Wed/Mer 8

24th – 30th March Festival Pass: £50/£40 See www.wowfilmfestival.com for full lineup

All films showing with no adverts

£6.50

FULL PRICE / PRIS LLAWN

£6

Seniors/Pobl hyn

£5.50

Student and Under 18/Myfyrwyr a dan 18

£5

Silver Screenings + Free Tea and Coffee

Tocynnau ‘Silver Screenings’ +

Te a Choffi am ddim

£5

Under 12s/Plant o dan 12

SUBTITLED AND AUDIO DESCRIBED SCREENINGS We are pleased to offer screenings subtitled in English for customers who are hard of hearing. Look for the symbol in the listing. Infra Red audio description is available on all titles with “AD” in the main synopsis.

3D Screenings £7.50 / Seniors £7 Students/Under 18s £6.50 Under 12s £6 Plus £1 for glasses (re-usable) Dangosiadau 3D £7.50 / Pobl hyn £7 Myfyrwyr/O dan 18 oed £6.50 O dan 12 oed £6 A £1 am sbectol (y gellir eu hail-ddefnyddio)

Satellite / Special Events £15/ Oap£13/ Child £10. NY Met: £18 /Child £12

Book your cinema tickets online at www.aber.ac.uk/artscentre

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