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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

FROM FRI 4

FROM FRI 4

GRAVITY (3D) (12A)

THE LEGO MOVIE (U)

CALVARY (15)

WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS

Dir: Christopher Miller

Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2013

Dir: Ritesh Batra India 2013 105m

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Jesse Eisenberg

Dir: Alfonso Cuarón United States 2013 91m

Dir: Phil Lord United States 2014 100m

101m

Starring: Nimrat Kaur, Irrfan Khan

After delighting us with Submarine, Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg.

Starring: George Clooney, Sandra Bullock

This lively animated adventure, populated by the toys of the title, centers on an ordinary construction worker who finds himself taken for a prophesied hero and propelled on a crusade to thwart an evil CEO’s scheme to control the world.

Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Chris O’Dowd

In Mumbai, a misdelivered lunchbox brings together two very different people - a neglected housewife and a grumpy, solitary widower on the verge of retirement - in this funny and touching comedy-drama from first-time writerdirector Ritesh Batra. Whether it’s the cooking of a meal, the reading of a letter, or the riding of a crowded train, the film’s small moments culminate in big impact. In a word: enchanting. TIFF

FROM FRI 4

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM (PG) Dir: Mark Cousins United Kingdom 2013 106m

A Story of Children and Film is a personal and poetic essay exploring what cinema tells us about childhood, and what childhood tells us about cinema, by reference to movies from all around the world. It is the world’s first movie about kids in global cinema. It’s a passionate and poetic portrait of the adventure of childhood: its surrealism, loneliness, fun, destructiveness and stroppiness - as seen through 53 great films from 25 countries. It includes classic movies like E.T. - the Extra-Terrestrial and The Red Balloon, as well as dozens of masterpieces (many directed by women) that are almost unknown.

STARRED UP (18) 106m 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15) 106m

FROM MON 7

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD (PG) With English Subtitles Dir: Louis Malle France 1958 87m Starring: Jeanne Moreau, Lino Ventura

In one of the seminal French films of the 1950s, a handsome veteran of the IndoChina and Algerian wars and his lover plan the murder of her arms-manufacturer husband. But on his way from the crime scene he’s trapped in a lift... Influenced by Hitchcock and Bresson, Malle consciously puts his individual stamp on this French classic. BFI

FROM FRI 11

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS (18) With English Subtitles Directors: Helene Cattet & Bruno Forzani Belgium 2013 102m Starring: Ursula Bedena, Klaus Tange

From the visionary directors of Amer comes something just as bizarre, twisted, stylised and extreme. A businessman returns home to discover his apartment locked and his wife mysteriously vanished. What follows is a surreal and experimental journey that will please fans of Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) and Dario Argento.

Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

WE ARE THE BEST! (15)

TEENAGE (12A)

Dir: Steven Knight United Kingdom 2013 85m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Matt Wolf United States 2014 78m

Dir: Paul Grimault France 1980 84m

Starring: Tom Hardy

Dir: Lukas Moodysson Sweden 2013 102m

Based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen and written by Jacques Prévert, the Prix Louis Delluc-winning The King and The Mockingbird is regarded as a masterpiece of French animation. The hated king is in love with the painting of a beautiful shepherdess, but when she runs away with the chimney sweep from another painting, a wild chase across frames ensues… [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows

On the eve of a career-crowning moment, we follow Ivan’s journey driving from Wales to London, and see how one mistake has caused his hitherto firmly focused and controlled life to slowly and completely fall apart. Both Ivan’s brute determination to regain control over his life and his stubborn refusal to engage fully with the emotional reality, are combined perfectly in Hardy’s taut performance. Steven Knight’s direction, too, is as resolutely spartan as his central character. Shot in its entirety over eight days, and never leaving the interior of the car, Knight’s film nevertheless succeeds in creating a gripping atmosphere of tightly wound tension. BFI

Starring: Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin

Based on Jon Savage’s book ‘Teenage: The Creation of Youth’ and skillfully constructed from stunning black-andwhite footage from the beginning of the 20th century up to the end of the 1940s, Teenage captures milestones in youth culture from some of the brightest and darkest moments of recent history and reflecting on the concept of the ‘teenager’ which grew in post World War II America. From the ban of child labour, the roaring twenties and the flappers, to the bright young things in London, Hitler Youth, and the fever of jitterbug dancing in the US, the film’s teenagers find a thousand different ways to escape adult oppression and influence society, culture and politics.

A warm and moving drama comedy about young outsiders set in Stockholm 1982. Bobo, Klara and Hedvig are three 13 year old girls who roam the streets and form a punk band despite having no instruments and being told by everyone that punk is dead. With vibrant period detail and fantastic performances from the young girls, Swedish director Lukas Moodysson perfectly captures the feeling of being young and invincible in the early 80s. A joyous celebration of youth, friendship and rebellion. Rosanna Nordrup, Cnema Sweden

Starring: Thandie Newton, Chiwetel Ejiofor

Nigerian-born British playwright Biyi Bandele translates Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s powerful prize-winning novel of the same name into an emotional drama that gives voice to personal stories of the indignities and atrocities suffered during the Nigerian Civil War. Set in the late ’60s, the film’s main characters, Olanna, her sister Kainene and Olanna’s revolutionary boyfriend, Odenigbo, are forced to make bold choices in order to navigate the complex social terrain mapped out by Nigeria’s ethnic, political and religious divide, and survive.

APRIL 2014

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

Tue 1

Wed 2

Thu 3

FROM SAT 5 – THU 10 THU 3, 12NOON

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m

GONE WITH THE WIND (PG) 233m

It’s awesome! Normal ticket prices apply, except 12.15pm & 2.45pm screenings on Sat 5 April which will be £3.50.

TUE 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m

Simply one of the most celebrated films in cinema history, shown in a beautifully restored version.

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U) 84m

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GENERAL (U) 90m + LIVE SOUNDTRACK

FROM FRI 25

Dir: Biyi Bandele Nigeria 2013 111m

BRINGING UP BABY!

FROM MON 28

LOCKE (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

“This imaginative and delightful film doesn’t think outside the box so much as operate on another astral plane.” The Guardian

Set against the magnificent Sligo landscape, John Michael McDonagh’s second feature shares a leading man and a similar dark sense of humour with his debut, the hugely successful The Guard. Father James Lavelle is the priest in a small rural parish. One day, while hearing confession, he is told that he is going to be murdered... in one week. It’s a week in which Father James struggles to understand his death sentence as the day draws near, searching for hope and faith amongst his motley collection of parishioners - a community of lost souls and, it seems, potential murder suspects. Calvary is a complex and challenging work, part philosophical treatise, part murder mystery, with a fiercely black vein of humour lacing all the elements together.

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS

A sci-fi thriller about a medical engineer and an astronaut working frantically to save themselves after an accident leaves them spinning hopelessly adrift through space. A technical jaw-dropper and a breath-taking white-knuckle survival tale.

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A) 91m

APRIL 2014

FROM FRI 11

THE DOUBLE (15)

THE PAST (12A) 130m

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 11

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD

THE DOUBLE THE LUNCHBOX LOCKE WE ARE THE BEST!

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG)

Glasgow Film Festival

CALVARY

FROM SAT 5

Programmed with the younger viewer in mind. All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

DOUBLE BILL! WATCH TEENAGE AND WE ARE THE BEST! FOR JUST £9 SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DEAL

WHEN IT’S ON

Buster Keaton’s 1926 silent actioncomedy film is set during the American civil war. Shown with a live soundtrack performed by Ric Elsworth and Andrew Shirtliff. SAM WEST WILL INTRODUCE THE 1.30PM SCREENING

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

CALVARY (15) 101m See page 2 for details. The screenings will be preceded by a short archive film programme Discovering Nottinghamshire compiled by the Media Archive of Central England.

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m See page 2 for details.

A masterpiece of French animation based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. See page 2 for more details. [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows SAT 19, 1.15PM

TINTIN AND THE BLUE ORANGES (U) 98m

Fri 4

Funny and touching comedy drama, centered on a misdirected lunchbox. See page 2 for more details. Sat 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50.

Sun 6

With English Subtitles

Tintin and his friends must overcome violent kidnappers and deadly traps to rescue a deep blue orange.

Mon 7

SAT 26, 1.45PM

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (U) 95m Flint Lockwood and his friends are sent on a mission to save the world again!

SAT 5, 11.45PM

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m An imaginative and delightful tribute to everyone’s favourite building bricks.

Tue 8

05

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Wed 9

7:45 8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Video Nasties: Draconian Days + Q&A 18 p9 Go online for full schedule

3:30 2:15 4:15

8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie Supportive Environment Screening U p4 The Lego Movie U Met Opera Live: La Boheme 12A p10 Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton 15 p9 Go online for full schedule

12:45 3:00

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:45 3:15

Fri 11

5:45 8:00

2:00

4:15

5:15 5:00 6:30

7:30 7:45 8:45 Sat 12

12:00 11:45 12:15 2:45 5:55 9:45 3:30 2:00

4:15

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:15 7:45

Sun 13

8:45 4:30 1:15 12:00 2:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG Children in the Wind p8 The Lego Movie U 2:00 Go online for full schedule The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Crows & Ten Minutes p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

Mon 14 3:15

4:30

6:00

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00 Tue 15

3:15

4:30

6:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Forbidden Games 12 p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00

4:30

5:30 6:30

8:15 7:45 8:30

Wed 16

8:00 Thu 17

Thu 10

2:15 5:00 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web 6:00 Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web TIME TBC Gone with the Wind PG p4 12:00 BFI Film Academy 6:00 Screening 15 p8 Go online for full schedule

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie U p1 Met Opera Encore: La Boheme 12A p10 Looking for Eric 15 p10 Go online for full schedule

06

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

The Double 15 p1 3:15 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG 4:30 Long Live the Republic p8 The General U p4 10:30 1:30 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: Elvis: That’s the Way it is Cafebar from 9.30PM

3:15 3:00 4:00

6:00

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

Fri 18 5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC

Sat 19

2:00

Calvary 15 p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Lunchbox PG p2 12:30 3:00 5:30 The Double 15 p1 4:00 6:15 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 TIME TBC The King and the Mockingbird U p2 2:00 Day Course: A Day in the World of Wes Anderson 10:30 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 School for Scoundrels U p10 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

12:45 3:15 12:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

Sat 26

10:30 1:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Tintin and the Blue Oranges U p4

2:00 4:15 12:45 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Live and Let Die PG p10

1:15

Mon 21

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

Tue 22

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The Lunchbox Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p2

Wed 23

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3

Thu 24

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 Vikings Live from the British Museum 12A p10

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00 3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

TIME TBC 1:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

Mon 28

1:00 1:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Je m’appelle Hmmm p9

4:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 U p4 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10 Hello Thor Records 5th Birthday Party Cafebar from 8pm

4:15 2:00 3:30 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Venus in Fur p9 Captain Phillips 12A p10 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10

3:30 3:00

6:30 6:00 5:45 5:30

1:00

8:45 8:30

6:30 6:00

8:15 8:00 8:45 8:30

5:45

12:30

8:00

1:45 5:55

12:45

5:00 3:30

1:00

7:30 8:30

6:00 3:00 5:15 5:45

8:15 8:00

2:00 12:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:00 3:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30

8:45 8:30

6:00 8:15 8:00 5:45 -

Sun 20

2:15 2:00 5:45 5:30 6:15

Sun 27

1:00

4:30 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

1:00 2:00

Tue 29

Wed 30 4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

6:15 5:45

9:00 8:15 8:30 8:45

6:30 6:00 5:30

8:45 8:30 8:15 8:00

5:45 6:30 6:00 5:30

8:45 8:30 8:15 8:00

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TIME TBC

3:15 3:00

Fri 25

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE

10:30 1:30

6:00

7:00

OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

01

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

02

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

FROM FRI 4

FROM FRI 4

GRAVITY (3D) (12A)

THE LEGO MOVIE (U)

CALVARY (15)

WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS

Dir: Christopher Miller

Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2013

Dir: Ritesh Batra India 2013 105m

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Jesse Eisenberg

Dir: Alfonso Cuarón United States 2013 91m

Dir: Phil Lord United States 2014 100m

101m

Starring: Nimrat Kaur, Irrfan Khan

After delighting us with Submarine, Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg.

Starring: George Clooney, Sandra Bullock

This lively animated adventure, populated by the toys of the title, centers on an ordinary construction worker who finds himself taken for a prophesied hero and propelled on a crusade to thwart an evil CEO’s scheme to control the world.

Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Chris O’Dowd

In Mumbai, a misdelivered lunchbox brings together two very different people - a neglected housewife and a grumpy, solitary widower on the verge of retirement - in this funny and touching comedy-drama from first-time writerdirector Ritesh Batra. Whether it’s the cooking of a meal, the reading of a letter, or the riding of a crowded train, the film’s small moments culminate in big impact. In a word: enchanting. TIFF

FROM FRI 4

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM (PG) Dir: Mark Cousins United Kingdom 2013 106m

A Story of Children and Film is a personal and poetic essay exploring what cinema tells us about childhood, and what childhood tells us about cinema, by reference to movies from all around the world. It is the world’s first movie about kids in global cinema. It’s a passionate and poetic portrait of the adventure of childhood: its surrealism, loneliness, fun, destructiveness and stroppiness - as seen through 53 great films from 25 countries. It includes classic movies like E.T. - the Extra-Terrestrial and The Red Balloon, as well as dozens of masterpieces (many directed by women) that are almost unknown.

STARRED UP (18) 106m 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15) 106m

FROM MON 7

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD (PG) With English Subtitles Dir: Louis Malle France 1958 87m Starring: Jeanne Moreau, Lino Ventura

In one of the seminal French films of the 1950s, a handsome veteran of the IndoChina and Algerian wars and his lover plan the murder of her arms-manufacturer husband. But on his way from the crime scene he’s trapped in a lift... Influenced by Hitchcock and Bresson, Malle consciously puts his individual stamp on this French classic. BFI

FROM FRI 11

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS (18) With English Subtitles Directors: Helene Cattet & Bruno Forzani Belgium 2013 102m Starring: Ursula Bedena, Klaus Tange

From the visionary directors of Amer comes something just as bizarre, twisted, stylised and extreme. A businessman returns home to discover his apartment locked and his wife mysteriously vanished. What follows is a surreal and experimental journey that will please fans of Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) and Dario Argento.

Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

WE ARE THE BEST! (15)

TEENAGE (12A)

Dir: Steven Knight United Kingdom 2013 85m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Matt Wolf United States 2014 78m

Dir: Paul Grimault France 1980 84m

Starring: Tom Hardy

Dir: Lukas Moodysson Sweden 2013 102m

Based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen and written by Jacques Prévert, the Prix Louis Delluc-winning The King and The Mockingbird is regarded as a masterpiece of French animation. The hated king is in love with the painting of a beautiful shepherdess, but when she runs away with the chimney sweep from another painting, a wild chase across frames ensues… [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows

On the eve of a career-crowning moment, we follow Ivan’s journey driving from Wales to London, and see how one mistake has caused his hitherto firmly focused and controlled life to slowly and completely fall apart. Both Ivan’s brute determination to regain control over his life and his stubborn refusal to engage fully with the emotional reality, are combined perfectly in Hardy’s taut performance. Steven Knight’s direction, too, is as resolutely spartan as his central character. Shot in its entirety over eight days, and never leaving the interior of the car, Knight’s film nevertheless succeeds in creating a gripping atmosphere of tightly wound tension. BFI

Starring: Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin

Based on Jon Savage’s book ‘Teenage: The Creation of Youth’ and skillfully constructed from stunning black-andwhite footage from the beginning of the 20th century up to the end of the 1940s, Teenage captures milestones in youth culture from some of the brightest and darkest moments of recent history and reflecting on the concept of the ‘teenager’ which grew in post World War II America. From the ban of child labour, the roaring twenties and the flappers, to the bright young things in London, Hitler Youth, and the fever of jitterbug dancing in the US, the film’s teenagers find a thousand different ways to escape adult oppression and influence society, culture and politics.

A warm and moving drama comedy about young outsiders set in Stockholm 1982. Bobo, Klara and Hedvig are three 13 year old girls who roam the streets and form a punk band despite having no instruments and being told by everyone that punk is dead. With vibrant period detail and fantastic performances from the young girls, Swedish director Lukas Moodysson perfectly captures the feeling of being young and invincible in the early 80s. A joyous celebration of youth, friendship and rebellion. Rosanna Nordrup, Cnema Sweden

Starring: Thandie Newton, Chiwetel Ejiofor

Nigerian-born British playwright Biyi Bandele translates Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s powerful prize-winning novel of the same name into an emotional drama that gives voice to personal stories of the indignities and atrocities suffered during the Nigerian Civil War. Set in the late ’60s, the film’s main characters, Olanna, her sister Kainene and Olanna’s revolutionary boyfriend, Odenigbo, are forced to make bold choices in order to navigate the complex social terrain mapped out by Nigeria’s ethnic, political and religious divide, and survive.

APRIL 2014

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

Tue 1

Wed 2

Thu 3

FROM SAT 5 – THU 10 THU 3, 12NOON

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m

GONE WITH THE WIND (PG) 233m

It’s awesome! Normal ticket prices apply, except 12.15pm & 2.45pm screenings on Sat 5 April which will be £3.50.

TUE 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m

Simply one of the most celebrated films in cinema history, shown in a beautifully restored version.

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U) 84m

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GENERAL (U) 90m + LIVE SOUNDTRACK

FROM FRI 25

Dir: Biyi Bandele Nigeria 2013 111m

BRINGING UP BABY!

FROM MON 28

LOCKE (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

“This imaginative and delightful film doesn’t think outside the box so much as operate on another astral plane.” The Guardian

Set against the magnificent Sligo landscape, John Michael McDonagh’s second feature shares a leading man and a similar dark sense of humour with his debut, the hugely successful The Guard. Father James Lavelle is the priest in a small rural parish. One day, while hearing confession, he is told that he is going to be murdered... in one week. It’s a week in which Father James struggles to understand his death sentence as the day draws near, searching for hope and faith amongst his motley collection of parishioners - a community of lost souls and, it seems, potential murder suspects. Calvary is a complex and challenging work, part philosophical treatise, part murder mystery, with a fiercely black vein of humour lacing all the elements together.

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS

A sci-fi thriller about a medical engineer and an astronaut working frantically to save themselves after an accident leaves them spinning hopelessly adrift through space. A technical jaw-dropper and a breath-taking white-knuckle survival tale.

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A) 91m

APRIL 2014

FROM FRI 11

THE DOUBLE (15)

THE PAST (12A) 130m

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 11

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD

THE DOUBLE THE LUNCHBOX LOCKE WE ARE THE BEST!

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG)

Glasgow Film Festival

CALVARY

FROM SAT 5

Programmed with the younger viewer in mind. All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

DOUBLE BILL! WATCH TEENAGE AND WE ARE THE BEST! FOR JUST £9 SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DEAL

WHEN IT’S ON

Buster Keaton’s 1926 silent actioncomedy film is set during the American civil war. Shown with a live soundtrack performed by Ric Elsworth and Andrew Shirtliff. SAM WEST WILL INTRODUCE THE 1.30PM SCREENING

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

CALVARY (15) 101m See page 2 for details. The screenings will be preceded by a short archive film programme Discovering Nottinghamshire compiled by the Media Archive of Central England.

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m See page 2 for details.

A masterpiece of French animation based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. See page 2 for more details. [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows SAT 19, 1.15PM

TINTIN AND THE BLUE ORANGES (U) 98m

Fri 4

Funny and touching comedy drama, centered on a misdirected lunchbox. See page 2 for more details. Sat 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50.

Sun 6

With English Subtitles

Tintin and his friends must overcome violent kidnappers and deadly traps to rescue a deep blue orange.

Mon 7

SAT 26, 1.45PM

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (U) 95m Flint Lockwood and his friends are sent on a mission to save the world again!

SAT 5, 11.45PM

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m An imaginative and delightful tribute to everyone’s favourite building bricks.

Tue 8

05

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Wed 9

7:45 8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Video Nasties: Draconian Days + Q&A 18 p9 Go online for full schedule

3:30 2:15 4:15

8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie Supportive Environment Screening U p4 The Lego Movie U Met Opera Live: La Boheme 12A p10 Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton 15 p9 Go online for full schedule

12:45 3:00

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:45 3:15

Fri 11

5:45 8:00

2:00

4:15

5:15 5:00 6:30

7:30 7:45 8:45 Sat 12

12:00 11:45 12:15 2:45 5:55 9:45 3:30 2:00

4:15

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:15 7:45

Sun 13

8:45 4:30 1:15 12:00 2:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG Children in the Wind p8 The Lego Movie U 2:00 Go online for full schedule The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Crows & Ten Minutes p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

Mon 14 3:15

4:30

6:00

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00 Tue 15

3:15

4:30

6:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Forbidden Games 12 p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00

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5:30 6:30

8:15 7:45 8:30

Wed 16

8:00 Thu 17

Thu 10

2:15 5:00 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web 6:00 Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web TIME TBC Gone with the Wind PG p4 12:00 BFI Film Academy 6:00 Screening 15 p8 Go online for full schedule

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie U p1 Met Opera Encore: La Boheme 12A p10 Looking for Eric 15 p10 Go online for full schedule

06

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

The Double 15 p1 3:15 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG 4:30 Long Live the Republic p8 The General U p4 10:30 1:30 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: Elvis: That’s the Way it is Cafebar from 9.30PM

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8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

Fri 18 5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

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Sat 19

2:00

Calvary 15 p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Lunchbox PG p2 12:30 3:00 5:30 The Double 15 p1 4:00 6:15 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 TIME TBC The King and the Mockingbird U p2 2:00 Day Course: A Day in the World of Wes Anderson 10:30 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 School for Scoundrels U p10 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

12:45 3:15 12:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

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Sat 26

10:30 1:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Tintin and the Blue Oranges U p4

2:00 4:15 12:45 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Live and Let Die PG p10

1:15

Mon 21

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

Tue 22

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The Lunchbox Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p2

Wed 23

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3

Thu 24

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 Vikings Live from the British Museum 12A p10

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00 3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

TIME TBC 1:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

Mon 28

1:00 1:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Je m’appelle Hmmm p9

4:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 U p4 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10 Hello Thor Records 5th Birthday Party Cafebar from 8pm

4:15 2:00 3:30 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Venus in Fur p9 Captain Phillips 12A p10 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10

3:30 3:00

6:30 6:00 5:45 5:30

1:00

8:45 8:30

6:30 6:00

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8:00

1:45 5:55

12:45

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1:00

7:30 8:30

6:00 3:00 5:15 5:45

8:15 8:00

2:00 12:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:00 3:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

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2:15 2:00 5:45 5:30 6:15

Sun 27

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Wed 30 4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

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8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

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8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

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3:15 3:00

Fri 25

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE

10:30 1:30

6:00

7:00

OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

02

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

FROM FRI 4

FROM FRI 4

GRAVITY (3D) (12A)

THE LEGO MOVIE (U)

CALVARY (15)

WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS

Dir: Christopher Miller

Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2013

Dir: Ritesh Batra India 2013 105m

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Jesse Eisenberg

Dir: Alfonso Cuarón United States 2013 91m

Dir: Phil Lord United States 2014 100m

101m

Starring: Nimrat Kaur, Irrfan Khan

After delighting us with Submarine, Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg.

Starring: George Clooney, Sandra Bullock

This lively animated adventure, populated by the toys of the title, centers on an ordinary construction worker who finds himself taken for a prophesied hero and propelled on a crusade to thwart an evil CEO’s scheme to control the world.

Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Chris O’Dowd

In Mumbai, a misdelivered lunchbox brings together two very different people - a neglected housewife and a grumpy, solitary widower on the verge of retirement - in this funny and touching comedy-drama from first-time writerdirector Ritesh Batra. Whether it’s the cooking of a meal, the reading of a letter, or the riding of a crowded train, the film’s small moments culminate in big impact. In a word: enchanting. TIFF

FROM FRI 4

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM (PG) Dir: Mark Cousins United Kingdom 2013 106m

A Story of Children and Film is a personal and poetic essay exploring what cinema tells us about childhood, and what childhood tells us about cinema, by reference to movies from all around the world. It is the world’s first movie about kids in global cinema. It’s a passionate and poetic portrait of the adventure of childhood: its surrealism, loneliness, fun, destructiveness and stroppiness - as seen through 53 great films from 25 countries. It includes classic movies like E.T. - the Extra-Terrestrial and The Red Balloon, as well as dozens of masterpieces (many directed by women) that are almost unknown.

STARRED UP (18) 106m 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15) 106m

FROM MON 7

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD (PG) With English Subtitles Dir: Louis Malle France 1958 87m Starring: Jeanne Moreau, Lino Ventura

In one of the seminal French films of the 1950s, a handsome veteran of the IndoChina and Algerian wars and his lover plan the murder of her arms-manufacturer husband. But on his way from the crime scene he’s trapped in a lift... Influenced by Hitchcock and Bresson, Malle consciously puts his individual stamp on this French classic. BFI

FROM FRI 11

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS (18) With English Subtitles Directors: Helene Cattet & Bruno Forzani Belgium 2013 102m Starring: Ursula Bedena, Klaus Tange

From the visionary directors of Amer comes something just as bizarre, twisted, stylised and extreme. A businessman returns home to discover his apartment locked and his wife mysteriously vanished. What follows is a surreal and experimental journey that will please fans of Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) and Dario Argento.

Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

WE ARE THE BEST! (15)

TEENAGE (12A)

Dir: Steven Knight United Kingdom 2013 85m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Matt Wolf United States 2014 78m

Dir: Paul Grimault France 1980 84m

Starring: Tom Hardy

Dir: Lukas Moodysson Sweden 2013 102m

Based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen and written by Jacques Prévert, the Prix Louis Delluc-winning The King and The Mockingbird is regarded as a masterpiece of French animation. The hated king is in love with the painting of a beautiful shepherdess, but when she runs away with the chimney sweep from another painting, a wild chase across frames ensues… [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows

On the eve of a career-crowning moment, we follow Ivan’s journey driving from Wales to London, and see how one mistake has caused his hitherto firmly focused and controlled life to slowly and completely fall apart. Both Ivan’s brute determination to regain control over his life and his stubborn refusal to engage fully with the emotional reality, are combined perfectly in Hardy’s taut performance. Steven Knight’s direction, too, is as resolutely spartan as his central character. Shot in its entirety over eight days, and never leaving the interior of the car, Knight’s film nevertheless succeeds in creating a gripping atmosphere of tightly wound tension. BFI

Starring: Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin

Based on Jon Savage’s book ‘Teenage: The Creation of Youth’ and skillfully constructed from stunning black-andwhite footage from the beginning of the 20th century up to the end of the 1940s, Teenage captures milestones in youth culture from some of the brightest and darkest moments of recent history and reflecting on the concept of the ‘teenager’ which grew in post World War II America. From the ban of child labour, the roaring twenties and the flappers, to the bright young things in London, Hitler Youth, and the fever of jitterbug dancing in the US, the film’s teenagers find a thousand different ways to escape adult oppression and influence society, culture and politics.

A warm and moving drama comedy about young outsiders set in Stockholm 1982. Bobo, Klara and Hedvig are three 13 year old girls who roam the streets and form a punk band despite having no instruments and being told by everyone that punk is dead. With vibrant period detail and fantastic performances from the young girls, Swedish director Lukas Moodysson perfectly captures the feeling of being young and invincible in the early 80s. A joyous celebration of youth, friendship and rebellion. Rosanna Nordrup, Cnema Sweden

Starring: Thandie Newton, Chiwetel Ejiofor

Nigerian-born British playwright Biyi Bandele translates Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s powerful prize-winning novel of the same name into an emotional drama that gives voice to personal stories of the indignities and atrocities suffered during the Nigerian Civil War. Set in the late ’60s, the film’s main characters, Olanna, her sister Kainene and Olanna’s revolutionary boyfriend, Odenigbo, are forced to make bold choices in order to navigate the complex social terrain mapped out by Nigeria’s ethnic, political and religious divide, and survive.

APRIL 2014

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

Tue 1

Wed 2

Thu 3

FROM SAT 5 – THU 10 THU 3, 12NOON

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m

GONE WITH THE WIND (PG) 233m

It’s awesome! Normal ticket prices apply, except 12.15pm & 2.45pm screenings on Sat 5 April which will be £3.50.

TUE 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m

Simply one of the most celebrated films in cinema history, shown in a beautifully restored version.

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U) 84m

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GENERAL (U) 90m + LIVE SOUNDTRACK

FROM FRI 25

Dir: Biyi Bandele Nigeria 2013 111m

BRINGING UP BABY!

FROM MON 28

LOCKE (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

“This imaginative and delightful film doesn’t think outside the box so much as operate on another astral plane.” The Guardian

Set against the magnificent Sligo landscape, John Michael McDonagh’s second feature shares a leading man and a similar dark sense of humour with his debut, the hugely successful The Guard. Father James Lavelle is the priest in a small rural parish. One day, while hearing confession, he is told that he is going to be murdered... in one week. It’s a week in which Father James struggles to understand his death sentence as the day draws near, searching for hope and faith amongst his motley collection of parishioners - a community of lost souls and, it seems, potential murder suspects. Calvary is a complex and challenging work, part philosophical treatise, part murder mystery, with a fiercely black vein of humour lacing all the elements together.

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS

A sci-fi thriller about a medical engineer and an astronaut working frantically to save themselves after an accident leaves them spinning hopelessly adrift through space. A technical jaw-dropper and a breath-taking white-knuckle survival tale.

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A) 91m

APRIL 2014

FROM FRI 11

THE DOUBLE (15)

THE PAST (12A) 130m

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 11

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD

THE DOUBLE THE LUNCHBOX LOCKE WE ARE THE BEST!

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG)

Glasgow Film Festival

CALVARY

FROM SAT 5

Programmed with the younger viewer in mind. All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

DOUBLE BILL! WATCH TEENAGE AND WE ARE THE BEST! FOR JUST £9 SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DEAL

WHEN IT’S ON

Buster Keaton’s 1926 silent actioncomedy film is set during the American civil war. Shown with a live soundtrack performed by Ric Elsworth and Andrew Shirtliff. SAM WEST WILL INTRODUCE THE 1.30PM SCREENING

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

CALVARY (15) 101m See page 2 for details. The screenings will be preceded by a short archive film programme Discovering Nottinghamshire compiled by the Media Archive of Central England.

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m See page 2 for details.

A masterpiece of French animation based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. See page 2 for more details. [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows SAT 19, 1.15PM

TINTIN AND THE BLUE ORANGES (U) 98m

Fri 4

Funny and touching comedy drama, centered on a misdirected lunchbox. See page 2 for more details. Sat 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50.

Sun 6

With English Subtitles

Tintin and his friends must overcome violent kidnappers and deadly traps to rescue a deep blue orange.

Mon 7

SAT 26, 1.45PM

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (U) 95m Flint Lockwood and his friends are sent on a mission to save the world again!

SAT 5, 11.45PM

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m An imaginative and delightful tribute to everyone’s favourite building bricks.

Tue 8

05

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Wed 9

7:45 8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Video Nasties: Draconian Days + Q&A 18 p9 Go online for full schedule

3:30 2:15 4:15

8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie Supportive Environment Screening U p4 The Lego Movie U Met Opera Live: La Boheme 12A p10 Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton 15 p9 Go online for full schedule

12:45 3:00

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:45 3:15

Fri 11

5:45 8:00

2:00

4:15

5:15 5:00 6:30

7:30 7:45 8:45 Sat 12

12:00 11:45 12:15 2:45 5:55 9:45 3:30 2:00

4:15

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:15 7:45

Sun 13

8:45 4:30 1:15 12:00 2:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG Children in the Wind p8 The Lego Movie U 2:00 Go online for full schedule The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Crows & Ten Minutes p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

Mon 14 3:15

4:30

6:00

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00 Tue 15

3:15

4:30

6:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Forbidden Games 12 p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00

4:30

5:30 6:30

8:15 7:45 8:30

Wed 16

8:00 Thu 17

Thu 10

2:15 5:00 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web 6:00 Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web TIME TBC Gone with the Wind PG p4 12:00 BFI Film Academy 6:00 Screening 15 p8 Go online for full schedule

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie U p1 Met Opera Encore: La Boheme 12A p10 Looking for Eric 15 p10 Go online for full schedule

06

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

The Double 15 p1 3:15 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG 4:30 Long Live the Republic p8 The General U p4 10:30 1:30 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: Elvis: That’s the Way it is Cafebar from 9.30PM

3:15 3:00 4:00

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8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

Fri 18 5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC

Sat 19

2:00

Calvary 15 p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Lunchbox PG p2 12:30 3:00 5:30 The Double 15 p1 4:00 6:15 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 TIME TBC The King and the Mockingbird U p2 2:00 Day Course: A Day in the World of Wes Anderson 10:30 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 School for Scoundrels U p10 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

12:45 3:15 12:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

Sat 26

10:30 1:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Tintin and the Blue Oranges U p4

2:00 4:15 12:45 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Live and Let Die PG p10

1:15

Mon 21

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

Tue 22

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The Lunchbox Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p2

Wed 23

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3

Thu 24

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 Vikings Live from the British Museum 12A p10

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00 3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

TIME TBC 1:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

Mon 28

1:00 1:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Je m’appelle Hmmm p9

4:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 U p4 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10 Hello Thor Records 5th Birthday Party Cafebar from 8pm

4:15 2:00 3:30 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Venus in Fur p9 Captain Phillips 12A p10 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10

3:30 3:00

6:30 6:00 5:45 5:30

1:00

8:45 8:30

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1:45 5:55

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1:00

7:30 8:30

6:00 3:00 5:15 5:45

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2:00 12:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:00 3:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

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2:15 2:00 5:45 5:30 6:15

Sun 27

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6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

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Wed 30 4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

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8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

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3:15 3:00

Fri 25

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE

10:30 1:30

6:00

7:00

OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

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EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

FROM FRI 4

FROM FRI 4

GRAVITY (3D) (12A)

THE LEGO MOVIE (U)

CALVARY (15)

WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS

Dir: Christopher Miller

Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2013

Dir: Ritesh Batra India 2013 105m

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Jesse Eisenberg

Dir: Alfonso Cuarón United States 2013 91m

Dir: Phil Lord United States 2014 100m

101m

Starring: Nimrat Kaur, Irrfan Khan

After delighting us with Submarine, Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg.

Starring: George Clooney, Sandra Bullock

This lively animated adventure, populated by the toys of the title, centers on an ordinary construction worker who finds himself taken for a prophesied hero and propelled on a crusade to thwart an evil CEO’s scheme to control the world.

Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Chris O’Dowd

In Mumbai, a misdelivered lunchbox brings together two very different people - a neglected housewife and a grumpy, solitary widower on the verge of retirement - in this funny and touching comedy-drama from first-time writerdirector Ritesh Batra. Whether it’s the cooking of a meal, the reading of a letter, or the riding of a crowded train, the film’s small moments culminate in big impact. In a word: enchanting. TIFF

FROM FRI 4

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM (PG) Dir: Mark Cousins United Kingdom 2013 106m

A Story of Children and Film is a personal and poetic essay exploring what cinema tells us about childhood, and what childhood tells us about cinema, by reference to movies from all around the world. It is the world’s first movie about kids in global cinema. It’s a passionate and poetic portrait of the adventure of childhood: its surrealism, loneliness, fun, destructiveness and stroppiness - as seen through 53 great films from 25 countries. It includes classic movies like E.T. - the Extra-Terrestrial and The Red Balloon, as well as dozens of masterpieces (many directed by women) that are almost unknown.

STARRED UP (18) 106m 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15) 106m

FROM MON 7

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD (PG) With English Subtitles Dir: Louis Malle France 1958 87m Starring: Jeanne Moreau, Lino Ventura

In one of the seminal French films of the 1950s, a handsome veteran of the IndoChina and Algerian wars and his lover plan the murder of her arms-manufacturer husband. But on his way from the crime scene he’s trapped in a lift... Influenced by Hitchcock and Bresson, Malle consciously puts his individual stamp on this French classic. BFI

FROM FRI 11

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS (18) With English Subtitles Directors: Helene Cattet & Bruno Forzani Belgium 2013 102m Starring: Ursula Bedena, Klaus Tange

From the visionary directors of Amer comes something just as bizarre, twisted, stylised and extreme. A businessman returns home to discover his apartment locked and his wife mysteriously vanished. What follows is a surreal and experimental journey that will please fans of Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) and Dario Argento.

Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

WE ARE THE BEST! (15)

TEENAGE (12A)

Dir: Steven Knight United Kingdom 2013 85m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Matt Wolf United States 2014 78m

Dir: Paul Grimault France 1980 84m

Starring: Tom Hardy

Dir: Lukas Moodysson Sweden 2013 102m

Based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen and written by Jacques Prévert, the Prix Louis Delluc-winning The King and The Mockingbird is regarded as a masterpiece of French animation. The hated king is in love with the painting of a beautiful shepherdess, but when she runs away with the chimney sweep from another painting, a wild chase across frames ensues… [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows

On the eve of a career-crowning moment, we follow Ivan’s journey driving from Wales to London, and see how one mistake has caused his hitherto firmly focused and controlled life to slowly and completely fall apart. Both Ivan’s brute determination to regain control over his life and his stubborn refusal to engage fully with the emotional reality, are combined perfectly in Hardy’s taut performance. Steven Knight’s direction, too, is as resolutely spartan as his central character. Shot in its entirety over eight days, and never leaving the interior of the car, Knight’s film nevertheless succeeds in creating a gripping atmosphere of tightly wound tension. BFI

Starring: Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin

Based on Jon Savage’s book ‘Teenage: The Creation of Youth’ and skillfully constructed from stunning black-andwhite footage from the beginning of the 20th century up to the end of the 1940s, Teenage captures milestones in youth culture from some of the brightest and darkest moments of recent history and reflecting on the concept of the ‘teenager’ which grew in post World War II America. From the ban of child labour, the roaring twenties and the flappers, to the bright young things in London, Hitler Youth, and the fever of jitterbug dancing in the US, the film’s teenagers find a thousand different ways to escape adult oppression and influence society, culture and politics.

A warm and moving drama comedy about young outsiders set in Stockholm 1982. Bobo, Klara and Hedvig are three 13 year old girls who roam the streets and form a punk band despite having no instruments and being told by everyone that punk is dead. With vibrant period detail and fantastic performances from the young girls, Swedish director Lukas Moodysson perfectly captures the feeling of being young and invincible in the early 80s. A joyous celebration of youth, friendship and rebellion. Rosanna Nordrup, Cnema Sweden

Starring: Thandie Newton, Chiwetel Ejiofor

Nigerian-born British playwright Biyi Bandele translates Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s powerful prize-winning novel of the same name into an emotional drama that gives voice to personal stories of the indignities and atrocities suffered during the Nigerian Civil War. Set in the late ’60s, the film’s main characters, Olanna, her sister Kainene and Olanna’s revolutionary boyfriend, Odenigbo, are forced to make bold choices in order to navigate the complex social terrain mapped out by Nigeria’s ethnic, political and religious divide, and survive.

APRIL 2014

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

Tue 1

Wed 2

Thu 3

FROM SAT 5 – THU 10 THU 3, 12NOON

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m

GONE WITH THE WIND (PG) 233m

It’s awesome! Normal ticket prices apply, except 12.15pm & 2.45pm screenings on Sat 5 April which will be £3.50.

TUE 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m

Simply one of the most celebrated films in cinema history, shown in a beautifully restored version.

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U) 84m

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GENERAL (U) 90m + LIVE SOUNDTRACK

FROM FRI 25

Dir: Biyi Bandele Nigeria 2013 111m

BRINGING UP BABY!

FROM MON 28

LOCKE (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

“This imaginative and delightful film doesn’t think outside the box so much as operate on another astral plane.” The Guardian

Set against the magnificent Sligo landscape, John Michael McDonagh’s second feature shares a leading man and a similar dark sense of humour with his debut, the hugely successful The Guard. Father James Lavelle is the priest in a small rural parish. One day, while hearing confession, he is told that he is going to be murdered... in one week. It’s a week in which Father James struggles to understand his death sentence as the day draws near, searching for hope and faith amongst his motley collection of parishioners - a community of lost souls and, it seems, potential murder suspects. Calvary is a complex and challenging work, part philosophical treatise, part murder mystery, with a fiercely black vein of humour lacing all the elements together.

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS

A sci-fi thriller about a medical engineer and an astronaut working frantically to save themselves after an accident leaves them spinning hopelessly adrift through space. A technical jaw-dropper and a breath-taking white-knuckle survival tale.

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A) 91m

APRIL 2014

FROM FRI 11

THE DOUBLE (15)

THE PAST (12A) 130m

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 11

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD

THE DOUBLE THE LUNCHBOX LOCKE WE ARE THE BEST!

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG)

Glasgow Film Festival

CALVARY

FROM SAT 5

Programmed with the younger viewer in mind. All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

DOUBLE BILL! WATCH TEENAGE AND WE ARE THE BEST! FOR JUST £9 SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DEAL

WHEN IT’S ON

Buster Keaton’s 1926 silent actioncomedy film is set during the American civil war. Shown with a live soundtrack performed by Ric Elsworth and Andrew Shirtliff. SAM WEST WILL INTRODUCE THE 1.30PM SCREENING

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

CALVARY (15) 101m See page 2 for details. The screenings will be preceded by a short archive film programme Discovering Nottinghamshire compiled by the Media Archive of Central England.

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m See page 2 for details.

A masterpiece of French animation based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. See page 2 for more details. [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows SAT 19, 1.15PM

TINTIN AND THE BLUE ORANGES (U) 98m

Fri 4

Funny and touching comedy drama, centered on a misdirected lunchbox. See page 2 for more details. Sat 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50.

Sun 6

With English Subtitles

Tintin and his friends must overcome violent kidnappers and deadly traps to rescue a deep blue orange.

Mon 7

SAT 26, 1.45PM

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (U) 95m Flint Lockwood and his friends are sent on a mission to save the world again!

SAT 5, 11.45PM

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m An imaginative and delightful tribute to everyone’s favourite building bricks.

Tue 8

05

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Wed 9

7:45 8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Video Nasties: Draconian Days + Q&A 18 p9 Go online for full schedule

3:30 2:15 4:15

8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie Supportive Environment Screening U p4 The Lego Movie U Met Opera Live: La Boheme 12A p10 Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton 15 p9 Go online for full schedule

12:45 3:00

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:45 3:15

Fri 11

5:45 8:00

2:00

4:15

5:15 5:00 6:30

7:30 7:45 8:45 Sat 12

12:00 11:45 12:15 2:45 5:55 9:45 3:30 2:00

4:15

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:15 7:45

Sun 13

8:45 4:30 1:15 12:00 2:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG Children in the Wind p8 The Lego Movie U 2:00 Go online for full schedule The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Crows & Ten Minutes p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

Mon 14 3:15

4:30

6:00

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00 Tue 15

3:15

4:30

6:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Forbidden Games 12 p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

3:15

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5:30 6:30

8:15 7:45 8:30

Wed 16

8:00 Thu 17

Thu 10

2:15 5:00 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web 6:00 Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web TIME TBC Gone with the Wind PG p4 12:00 BFI Film Academy 6:00 Screening 15 p8 Go online for full schedule

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie U p1 Met Opera Encore: La Boheme 12A p10 Looking for Eric 15 p10 Go online for full schedule

06

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

The Double 15 p1 3:15 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG 4:30 Long Live the Republic p8 The General U p4 10:30 1:30 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: Elvis: That’s the Way it is Cafebar from 9.30PM

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Fri 18 5:45 5:30 6:15

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TIME TBC

Sat 19

2:00

Calvary 15 p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Lunchbox PG p2 12:30 3:00 5:30 The Double 15 p1 4:00 6:15 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 TIME TBC The King and the Mockingbird U p2 2:00 Day Course: A Day in the World of Wes Anderson 10:30 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 School for Scoundrels U p10 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

12:45 3:15 12:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

Sat 26

10:30 1:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

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TIME TBC 1:00

4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Tintin and the Blue Oranges U p4

2:00 4:15 12:45 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Live and Let Die PG p10

1:15

Mon 21

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

Tue 22

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The Lunchbox Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p2

Wed 23

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3

Thu 24

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 Vikings Live from the British Museum 12A p10

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00 3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

TIME TBC 1:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

Mon 28

1:00 1:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Je m’appelle Hmmm p9

4:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 U p4 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10 Hello Thor Records 5th Birthday Party Cafebar from 8pm

4:15 2:00 3:30 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Venus in Fur p9 Captain Phillips 12A p10 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10

3:30 3:00

6:30 6:00 5:45 5:30

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8:45 8:30

6:30 6:00

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6:00 3:00 5:15 5:45

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2:00 12:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:00 3:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

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Sun 20

2:15 2:00 5:45 5:30 6:15

Sun 27

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4:30 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

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1:00 2:00

Tue 29

Wed 30 4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

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4:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

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8:45 8:30 8:15 8:00

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8:45 8:30 8:15 8:00

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1:00

TIME TBC

3:15 3:00

Fri 25

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE

10:30 1:30

6:00

7:00

OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

01

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

02

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

FROM FRI 4

FROM FRI 4

GRAVITY (3D) (12A)

THE LEGO MOVIE (U)

CALVARY (15)

WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS

Dir: Christopher Miller

Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2013

Dir: Ritesh Batra India 2013 105m

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Jesse Eisenberg

Dir: Alfonso Cuarón United States 2013 91m

Dir: Phil Lord United States 2014 100m

101m

Starring: Nimrat Kaur, Irrfan Khan

After delighting us with Submarine, Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg.

Starring: George Clooney, Sandra Bullock

This lively animated adventure, populated by the toys of the title, centers on an ordinary construction worker who finds himself taken for a prophesied hero and propelled on a crusade to thwart an evil CEO’s scheme to control the world.

Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Chris O’Dowd

In Mumbai, a misdelivered lunchbox brings together two very different people - a neglected housewife and a grumpy, solitary widower on the verge of retirement - in this funny and touching comedy-drama from first-time writerdirector Ritesh Batra. Whether it’s the cooking of a meal, the reading of a letter, or the riding of a crowded train, the film’s small moments culminate in big impact. In a word: enchanting. TIFF

FROM FRI 4

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM (PG) Dir: Mark Cousins United Kingdom 2013 106m

A Story of Children and Film is a personal and poetic essay exploring what cinema tells us about childhood, and what childhood tells us about cinema, by reference to movies from all around the world. It is the world’s first movie about kids in global cinema. It’s a passionate and poetic portrait of the adventure of childhood: its surrealism, loneliness, fun, destructiveness and stroppiness - as seen through 53 great films from 25 countries. It includes classic movies like E.T. - the Extra-Terrestrial and The Red Balloon, as well as dozens of masterpieces (many directed by women) that are almost unknown.

STARRED UP (18) 106m 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15) 106m

FROM MON 7

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD (PG) With English Subtitles Dir: Louis Malle France 1958 87m Starring: Jeanne Moreau, Lino Ventura

In one of the seminal French films of the 1950s, a handsome veteran of the IndoChina and Algerian wars and his lover plan the murder of her arms-manufacturer husband. But on his way from the crime scene he’s trapped in a lift... Influenced by Hitchcock and Bresson, Malle consciously puts his individual stamp on this French classic. BFI

FROM FRI 11

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS (18) With English Subtitles Directors: Helene Cattet & Bruno Forzani Belgium 2013 102m Starring: Ursula Bedena, Klaus Tange

From the visionary directors of Amer comes something just as bizarre, twisted, stylised and extreme. A businessman returns home to discover his apartment locked and his wife mysteriously vanished. What follows is a surreal and experimental journey that will please fans of Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) and Dario Argento.

Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

WE ARE THE BEST! (15)

TEENAGE (12A)

Dir: Steven Knight United Kingdom 2013 85m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Matt Wolf United States 2014 78m

Dir: Paul Grimault France 1980 84m

Starring: Tom Hardy

Dir: Lukas Moodysson Sweden 2013 102m

Based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen and written by Jacques Prévert, the Prix Louis Delluc-winning The King and The Mockingbird is regarded as a masterpiece of French animation. The hated king is in love with the painting of a beautiful shepherdess, but when she runs away with the chimney sweep from another painting, a wild chase across frames ensues… [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows

On the eve of a career-crowning moment, we follow Ivan’s journey driving from Wales to London, and see how one mistake has caused his hitherto firmly focused and controlled life to slowly and completely fall apart. Both Ivan’s brute determination to regain control over his life and his stubborn refusal to engage fully with the emotional reality, are combined perfectly in Hardy’s taut performance. Steven Knight’s direction, too, is as resolutely spartan as his central character. Shot in its entirety over eight days, and never leaving the interior of the car, Knight’s film nevertheless succeeds in creating a gripping atmosphere of tightly wound tension. BFI

Starring: Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin

Based on Jon Savage’s book ‘Teenage: The Creation of Youth’ and skillfully constructed from stunning black-andwhite footage from the beginning of the 20th century up to the end of the 1940s, Teenage captures milestones in youth culture from some of the brightest and darkest moments of recent history and reflecting on the concept of the ‘teenager’ which grew in post World War II America. From the ban of child labour, the roaring twenties and the flappers, to the bright young things in London, Hitler Youth, and the fever of jitterbug dancing in the US, the film’s teenagers find a thousand different ways to escape adult oppression and influence society, culture and politics.

A warm and moving drama comedy about young outsiders set in Stockholm 1982. Bobo, Klara and Hedvig are three 13 year old girls who roam the streets and form a punk band despite having no instruments and being told by everyone that punk is dead. With vibrant period detail and fantastic performances from the young girls, Swedish director Lukas Moodysson perfectly captures the feeling of being young and invincible in the early 80s. A joyous celebration of youth, friendship and rebellion. Rosanna Nordrup, Cnema Sweden

Starring: Thandie Newton, Chiwetel Ejiofor

Nigerian-born British playwright Biyi Bandele translates Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s powerful prize-winning novel of the same name into an emotional drama that gives voice to personal stories of the indignities and atrocities suffered during the Nigerian Civil War. Set in the late ’60s, the film’s main characters, Olanna, her sister Kainene and Olanna’s revolutionary boyfriend, Odenigbo, are forced to make bold choices in order to navigate the complex social terrain mapped out by Nigeria’s ethnic, political and religious divide, and survive.

APRIL 2014

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

Tue 1

Wed 2

Thu 3

FROM SAT 5 – THU 10 THU 3, 12NOON

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m

GONE WITH THE WIND (PG) 233m

It’s awesome! Normal ticket prices apply, except 12.15pm & 2.45pm screenings on Sat 5 April which will be £3.50.

TUE 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m

Simply one of the most celebrated films in cinema history, shown in a beautifully restored version.

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U) 84m

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GENERAL (U) 90m + LIVE SOUNDTRACK

FROM FRI 25

Dir: Biyi Bandele Nigeria 2013 111m

BRINGING UP BABY!

FROM MON 28

LOCKE (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

“This imaginative and delightful film doesn’t think outside the box so much as operate on another astral plane.” The Guardian

Set against the magnificent Sligo landscape, John Michael McDonagh’s second feature shares a leading man and a similar dark sense of humour with his debut, the hugely successful The Guard. Father James Lavelle is the priest in a small rural parish. One day, while hearing confession, he is told that he is going to be murdered... in one week. It’s a week in which Father James struggles to understand his death sentence as the day draws near, searching for hope and faith amongst his motley collection of parishioners - a community of lost souls and, it seems, potential murder suspects. Calvary is a complex and challenging work, part philosophical treatise, part murder mystery, with a fiercely black vein of humour lacing all the elements together.

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS

A sci-fi thriller about a medical engineer and an astronaut working frantically to save themselves after an accident leaves them spinning hopelessly adrift through space. A technical jaw-dropper and a breath-taking white-knuckle survival tale.

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A) 91m

APRIL 2014

FROM FRI 11

THE DOUBLE (15)

THE PAST (12A) 130m

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 11

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD

THE DOUBLE THE LUNCHBOX LOCKE WE ARE THE BEST!

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG)

Glasgow Film Festival

CALVARY

FROM SAT 5

Programmed with the younger viewer in mind. All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

DOUBLE BILL! WATCH TEENAGE AND WE ARE THE BEST! FOR JUST £9 SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DEAL

WHEN IT’S ON

Buster Keaton’s 1926 silent actioncomedy film is set during the American civil war. Shown with a live soundtrack performed by Ric Elsworth and Andrew Shirtliff. SAM WEST WILL INTRODUCE THE 1.30PM SCREENING

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

CALVARY (15) 101m See page 2 for details. The screenings will be preceded by a short archive film programme Discovering Nottinghamshire compiled by the Media Archive of Central England.

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m See page 2 for details.

A masterpiece of French animation based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. See page 2 for more details. [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows SAT 19, 1.15PM

TINTIN AND THE BLUE ORANGES (U) 98m

Fri 4

Funny and touching comedy drama, centered on a misdirected lunchbox. See page 2 for more details. Sat 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50.

Sun 6

With English Subtitles

Tintin and his friends must overcome violent kidnappers and deadly traps to rescue a deep blue orange.

Mon 7

SAT 26, 1.45PM

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (U) 95m Flint Lockwood and his friends are sent on a mission to save the world again!

SAT 5, 11.45PM

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m An imaginative and delightful tribute to everyone’s favourite building bricks.

Tue 8

05

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Wed 9

7:45 8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Video Nasties: Draconian Days + Q&A 18 p9 Go online for full schedule

3:30 2:15 4:15

8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie Supportive Environment Screening U p4 The Lego Movie U Met Opera Live: La Boheme 12A p10 Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton 15 p9 Go online for full schedule

12:45 3:00

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:45 3:15

Fri 11

5:45 8:00

2:00

4:15

5:15 5:00 6:30

7:30 7:45 8:45 Sat 12

12:00 11:45 12:15 2:45 5:55 9:45 3:30 2:00

4:15

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:15 7:45

Sun 13

8:45 4:30 1:15 12:00 2:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG Children in the Wind p8 The Lego Movie U 2:00 Go online for full schedule The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Crows & Ten Minutes p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

Mon 14 3:15

4:30

6:00

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00 Tue 15

3:15

4:30

6:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Forbidden Games 12 p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00

4:30

5:30 6:30

8:15 7:45 8:30

Wed 16

8:00 Thu 17

Thu 10

2:15 5:00 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web 6:00 Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web TIME TBC Gone with the Wind PG p4 12:00 BFI Film Academy 6:00 Screening 15 p8 Go online for full schedule

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie U p1 Met Opera Encore: La Boheme 12A p10 Looking for Eric 15 p10 Go online for full schedule

06

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

The Double 15 p1 3:15 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG 4:30 Long Live the Republic p8 The General U p4 10:30 1:30 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: Elvis: That’s the Way it is Cafebar from 9.30PM

3:15 3:00 4:00

6:00

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

Fri 18 5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC

Sat 19

2:00

Calvary 15 p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Lunchbox PG p2 12:30 3:00 5:30 The Double 15 p1 4:00 6:15 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 TIME TBC The King and the Mockingbird U p2 2:00 Day Course: A Day in the World of Wes Anderson 10:30 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 School for Scoundrels U p10 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

12:45 3:15 12:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

Sat 26

10:30 1:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Tintin and the Blue Oranges U p4

2:00 4:15 12:45 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Live and Let Die PG p10

1:15

Mon 21

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

Tue 22

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The Lunchbox Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p2

Wed 23

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3

Thu 24

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 Vikings Live from the British Museum 12A p10

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00 3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

TIME TBC 1:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

Mon 28

1:00 1:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Je m’appelle Hmmm p9

4:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 U p4 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10 Hello Thor Records 5th Birthday Party Cafebar from 8pm

4:15 2:00 3:30 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Venus in Fur p9 Captain Phillips 12A p10 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10

3:30 3:00

6:30 6:00 5:45 5:30

1:00

8:45 8:30

6:30 6:00

8:15 8:00 8:45 8:30

5:45

12:30

8:00

1:45 5:55

12:45

5:00 3:30

1:00

7:30 8:30

6:00 3:00 5:15 5:45

8:15 8:00

2:00 12:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:00 3:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30

8:45 8:30

6:00 8:15 8:00 5:45 -

Sun 20

2:15 2:00 5:45 5:30 6:15

Sun 27

1:00

4:30 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

1:00 2:00

Tue 29

Wed 30 4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

6:15 5:45

9:00 8:15 8:30 8:45

6:30 6:00 5:30

8:45 8:30 8:15 8:00

5:45 6:30 6:00 5:30

8:45 8:30 8:15 8:00

5:45

1:00

TIME TBC

3:15 3:00

Fri 25

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE

10:30 1:30

6:00

7:00

OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

01

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

02

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

FROM FRI 4

FROM FRI 4

GRAVITY (3D) (12A)

THE LEGO MOVIE (U)

CALVARY (15)

WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS

Dir: Christopher Miller

Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2013

Dir: Ritesh Batra India 2013 105m

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Jesse Eisenberg

Dir: Alfonso Cuarón United States 2013 91m

Dir: Phil Lord United States 2014 100m

101m

Starring: Nimrat Kaur, Irrfan Khan

After delighting us with Submarine, Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg.

Starring: George Clooney, Sandra Bullock

This lively animated adventure, populated by the toys of the title, centers on an ordinary construction worker who finds himself taken for a prophesied hero and propelled on a crusade to thwart an evil CEO’s scheme to control the world.

Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Chris O’Dowd

In Mumbai, a misdelivered lunchbox brings together two very different people - a neglected housewife and a grumpy, solitary widower on the verge of retirement - in this funny and touching comedy-drama from first-time writerdirector Ritesh Batra. Whether it’s the cooking of a meal, the reading of a letter, or the riding of a crowded train, the film’s small moments culminate in big impact. In a word: enchanting. TIFF

FROM FRI 4

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM (PG) Dir: Mark Cousins United Kingdom 2013 106m

A Story of Children and Film is a personal and poetic essay exploring what cinema tells us about childhood, and what childhood tells us about cinema, by reference to movies from all around the world. It is the world’s first movie about kids in global cinema. It’s a passionate and poetic portrait of the adventure of childhood: its surrealism, loneliness, fun, destructiveness and stroppiness - as seen through 53 great films from 25 countries. It includes classic movies like E.T. - the Extra-Terrestrial and The Red Balloon, as well as dozens of masterpieces (many directed by women) that are almost unknown.

STARRED UP (18) 106m 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15) 106m

FROM MON 7

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD (PG) With English Subtitles Dir: Louis Malle France 1958 87m Starring: Jeanne Moreau, Lino Ventura

In one of the seminal French films of the 1950s, a handsome veteran of the IndoChina and Algerian wars and his lover plan the murder of her arms-manufacturer husband. But on his way from the crime scene he’s trapped in a lift... Influenced by Hitchcock and Bresson, Malle consciously puts his individual stamp on this French classic. BFI

FROM FRI 11

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS (18) With English Subtitles Directors: Helene Cattet & Bruno Forzani Belgium 2013 102m Starring: Ursula Bedena, Klaus Tange

From the visionary directors of Amer comes something just as bizarre, twisted, stylised and extreme. A businessman returns home to discover his apartment locked and his wife mysteriously vanished. What follows is a surreal and experimental journey that will please fans of Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) and Dario Argento.

Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

WE ARE THE BEST! (15)

TEENAGE (12A)

Dir: Steven Knight United Kingdom 2013 85m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Matt Wolf United States 2014 78m

Dir: Paul Grimault France 1980 84m

Starring: Tom Hardy

Dir: Lukas Moodysson Sweden 2013 102m

Based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen and written by Jacques Prévert, the Prix Louis Delluc-winning The King and The Mockingbird is regarded as a masterpiece of French animation. The hated king is in love with the painting of a beautiful shepherdess, but when she runs away with the chimney sweep from another painting, a wild chase across frames ensues… [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows

On the eve of a career-crowning moment, we follow Ivan’s journey driving from Wales to London, and see how one mistake has caused his hitherto firmly focused and controlled life to slowly and completely fall apart. Both Ivan’s brute determination to regain control over his life and his stubborn refusal to engage fully with the emotional reality, are combined perfectly in Hardy’s taut performance. Steven Knight’s direction, too, is as resolutely spartan as his central character. Shot in its entirety over eight days, and never leaving the interior of the car, Knight’s film nevertheless succeeds in creating a gripping atmosphere of tightly wound tension. BFI

Starring: Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin

Based on Jon Savage’s book ‘Teenage: The Creation of Youth’ and skillfully constructed from stunning black-andwhite footage from the beginning of the 20th century up to the end of the 1940s, Teenage captures milestones in youth culture from some of the brightest and darkest moments of recent history and reflecting on the concept of the ‘teenager’ which grew in post World War II America. From the ban of child labour, the roaring twenties and the flappers, to the bright young things in London, Hitler Youth, and the fever of jitterbug dancing in the US, the film’s teenagers find a thousand different ways to escape adult oppression and influence society, culture and politics.

A warm and moving drama comedy about young outsiders set in Stockholm 1982. Bobo, Klara and Hedvig are three 13 year old girls who roam the streets and form a punk band despite having no instruments and being told by everyone that punk is dead. With vibrant period detail and fantastic performances from the young girls, Swedish director Lukas Moodysson perfectly captures the feeling of being young and invincible in the early 80s. A joyous celebration of youth, friendship and rebellion. Rosanna Nordrup, Cnema Sweden

Starring: Thandie Newton, Chiwetel Ejiofor

Nigerian-born British playwright Biyi Bandele translates Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s powerful prize-winning novel of the same name into an emotional drama that gives voice to personal stories of the indignities and atrocities suffered during the Nigerian Civil War. Set in the late ’60s, the film’s main characters, Olanna, her sister Kainene and Olanna’s revolutionary boyfriend, Odenigbo, are forced to make bold choices in order to navigate the complex social terrain mapped out by Nigeria’s ethnic, political and religious divide, and survive.

APRIL 2014

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

Tue 1

Wed 2

Thu 3

FROM SAT 5 – THU 10 THU 3, 12NOON

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m

GONE WITH THE WIND (PG) 233m

It’s awesome! Normal ticket prices apply, except 12.15pm & 2.45pm screenings on Sat 5 April which will be £3.50.

TUE 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m

Simply one of the most celebrated films in cinema history, shown in a beautifully restored version.

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U) 84m

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GENERAL (U) 90m + LIVE SOUNDTRACK

FROM FRI 25

Dir: Biyi Bandele Nigeria 2013 111m

BRINGING UP BABY!

FROM MON 28

LOCKE (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

“This imaginative and delightful film doesn’t think outside the box so much as operate on another astral plane.” The Guardian

Set against the magnificent Sligo landscape, John Michael McDonagh’s second feature shares a leading man and a similar dark sense of humour with his debut, the hugely successful The Guard. Father James Lavelle is the priest in a small rural parish. One day, while hearing confession, he is told that he is going to be murdered... in one week. It’s a week in which Father James struggles to understand his death sentence as the day draws near, searching for hope and faith amongst his motley collection of parishioners - a community of lost souls and, it seems, potential murder suspects. Calvary is a complex and challenging work, part philosophical treatise, part murder mystery, with a fiercely black vein of humour lacing all the elements together.

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS

A sci-fi thriller about a medical engineer and an astronaut working frantically to save themselves after an accident leaves them spinning hopelessly adrift through space. A technical jaw-dropper and a breath-taking white-knuckle survival tale.

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A) 91m

APRIL 2014

FROM FRI 11

THE DOUBLE (15)

THE PAST (12A) 130m

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 11

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD

THE DOUBLE THE LUNCHBOX LOCKE WE ARE THE BEST!

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG)

Glasgow Film Festival

CALVARY

FROM SAT 5

Programmed with the younger viewer in mind. All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

DOUBLE BILL! WATCH TEENAGE AND WE ARE THE BEST! FOR JUST £9 SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DEAL

WHEN IT’S ON

Buster Keaton’s 1926 silent actioncomedy film is set during the American civil war. Shown with a live soundtrack performed by Ric Elsworth and Andrew Shirtliff. SAM WEST WILL INTRODUCE THE 1.30PM SCREENING

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

CALVARY (15) 101m See page 2 for details. The screenings will be preceded by a short archive film programme Discovering Nottinghamshire compiled by the Media Archive of Central England.

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m See page 2 for details.

A masterpiece of French animation based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. See page 2 for more details. [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows SAT 19, 1.15PM

TINTIN AND THE BLUE ORANGES (U) 98m

Fri 4

Funny and touching comedy drama, centered on a misdirected lunchbox. See page 2 for more details. Sat 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50.

Sun 6

With English Subtitles

Tintin and his friends must overcome violent kidnappers and deadly traps to rescue a deep blue orange.

Mon 7

SAT 26, 1.45PM

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (U) 95m Flint Lockwood and his friends are sent on a mission to save the world again!

SAT 5, 11.45PM

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m An imaginative and delightful tribute to everyone’s favourite building bricks.

Tue 8

05

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Wed 9

7:45 8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Video Nasties: Draconian Days + Q&A 18 p9 Go online for full schedule

3:30 2:15 4:15

8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie Supportive Environment Screening U p4 The Lego Movie U Met Opera Live: La Boheme 12A p10 Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton 15 p9 Go online for full schedule

12:45 3:00

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:45 3:15

Fri 11

5:45 8:00

2:00

4:15

5:15 5:00 6:30

7:30 7:45 8:45 Sat 12

12:00 11:45 12:15 2:45 5:55 9:45 3:30 2:00

4:15

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:15 7:45

Sun 13

8:45 4:30 1:15 12:00 2:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG Children in the Wind p8 The Lego Movie U 2:00 Go online for full schedule The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Crows & Ten Minutes p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

Mon 14 3:15

4:30

6:00

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00 Tue 15

3:15

4:30

6:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Forbidden Games 12 p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00

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5:30 6:30

8:15 7:45 8:30

Wed 16

8:00 Thu 17

Thu 10

2:15 5:00 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web 6:00 Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web TIME TBC Gone with the Wind PG p4 12:00 BFI Film Academy 6:00 Screening 15 p8 Go online for full schedule

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie U p1 Met Opera Encore: La Boheme 12A p10 Looking for Eric 15 p10 Go online for full schedule

06

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

The Double 15 p1 3:15 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG 4:30 Long Live the Republic p8 The General U p4 10:30 1:30 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: Elvis: That’s the Way it is Cafebar from 9.30PM

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8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

Fri 18 5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

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Sat 19

2:00

Calvary 15 p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Lunchbox PG p2 12:30 3:00 5:30 The Double 15 p1 4:00 6:15 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 TIME TBC The King and the Mockingbird U p2 2:00 Day Course: A Day in the World of Wes Anderson 10:30 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 School for Scoundrels U p10 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

12:45 3:15 12:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

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Sat 26

10:30 1:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Tintin and the Blue Oranges U p4

2:00 4:15 12:45 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Live and Let Die PG p10

1:15

Mon 21

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

Tue 22

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The Lunchbox Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p2

Wed 23

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3

Thu 24

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 Vikings Live from the British Museum 12A p10

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00 3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

TIME TBC 1:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

Mon 28

1:00 1:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Je m’appelle Hmmm p9

4:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 U p4 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10 Hello Thor Records 5th Birthday Party Cafebar from 8pm

4:15 2:00 3:30 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Venus in Fur p9 Captain Phillips 12A p10 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10

3:30 3:00

6:30 6:00 5:45 5:30

1:00

8:45 8:30

6:30 6:00

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8:00

1:45 5:55

12:45

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1:00

7:30 8:30

6:00 3:00 5:15 5:45

8:15 8:00

2:00 12:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:00 3:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

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2:15 2:00 5:45 5:30 6:15

Sun 27

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Wed 30 4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

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8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

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8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

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3:15 3:00

Fri 25

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE

10:30 1:30

6:00

7:00

OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

02

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2014

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

FROM FRI 4

FROM FRI 4

GRAVITY (3D) (12A)

THE LEGO MOVIE (U)

CALVARY (15)

WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS

Dir: Christopher Miller

Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2013

Dir: Ritesh Batra India 2013 105m

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Jesse Eisenberg

Dir: Alfonso Cuarón United States 2013 91m

Dir: Phil Lord United States 2014 100m

101m

Starring: Nimrat Kaur, Irrfan Khan

After delighting us with Submarine, Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg.

Starring: George Clooney, Sandra Bullock

This lively animated adventure, populated by the toys of the title, centers on an ordinary construction worker who finds himself taken for a prophesied hero and propelled on a crusade to thwart an evil CEO’s scheme to control the world.

Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Chris O’Dowd

In Mumbai, a misdelivered lunchbox brings together two very different people - a neglected housewife and a grumpy, solitary widower on the verge of retirement - in this funny and touching comedy-drama from first-time writerdirector Ritesh Batra. Whether it’s the cooking of a meal, the reading of a letter, or the riding of a crowded train, the film’s small moments culminate in big impact. In a word: enchanting. TIFF

FROM FRI 4

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM (PG) Dir: Mark Cousins United Kingdom 2013 106m

A Story of Children and Film is a personal and poetic essay exploring what cinema tells us about childhood, and what childhood tells us about cinema, by reference to movies from all around the world. It is the world’s first movie about kids in global cinema. It’s a passionate and poetic portrait of the adventure of childhood: its surrealism, loneliness, fun, destructiveness and stroppiness - as seen through 53 great films from 25 countries. It includes classic movies like E.T. - the Extra-Terrestrial and The Red Balloon, as well as dozens of masterpieces (many directed by women) that are almost unknown.

STARRED UP (18) 106m 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15) 106m

FROM MON 7

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD (PG) With English Subtitles Dir: Louis Malle France 1958 87m Starring: Jeanne Moreau, Lino Ventura

In one of the seminal French films of the 1950s, a handsome veteran of the IndoChina and Algerian wars and his lover plan the murder of her arms-manufacturer husband. But on his way from the crime scene he’s trapped in a lift... Influenced by Hitchcock and Bresson, Malle consciously puts his individual stamp on this French classic. BFI

FROM FRI 11

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS (18) With English Subtitles Directors: Helene Cattet & Bruno Forzani Belgium 2013 102m Starring: Ursula Bedena, Klaus Tange

From the visionary directors of Amer comes something just as bizarre, twisted, stylised and extreme. A businessman returns home to discover his apartment locked and his wife mysteriously vanished. What follows is a surreal and experimental journey that will please fans of Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) and Dario Argento.

Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

WE ARE THE BEST! (15)

TEENAGE (12A)

Dir: Steven Knight United Kingdom 2013 85m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Matt Wolf United States 2014 78m

Dir: Paul Grimault France 1980 84m

Starring: Tom Hardy

Dir: Lukas Moodysson Sweden 2013 102m

Based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen and written by Jacques Prévert, the Prix Louis Delluc-winning The King and The Mockingbird is regarded as a masterpiece of French animation. The hated king is in love with the painting of a beautiful shepherdess, but when she runs away with the chimney sweep from another painting, a wild chase across frames ensues… [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows

On the eve of a career-crowning moment, we follow Ivan’s journey driving from Wales to London, and see how one mistake has caused his hitherto firmly focused and controlled life to slowly and completely fall apart. Both Ivan’s brute determination to regain control over his life and his stubborn refusal to engage fully with the emotional reality, are combined perfectly in Hardy’s taut performance. Steven Knight’s direction, too, is as resolutely spartan as his central character. Shot in its entirety over eight days, and never leaving the interior of the car, Knight’s film nevertheless succeeds in creating a gripping atmosphere of tightly wound tension. BFI

Starring: Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin

Based on Jon Savage’s book ‘Teenage: The Creation of Youth’ and skillfully constructed from stunning black-andwhite footage from the beginning of the 20th century up to the end of the 1940s, Teenage captures milestones in youth culture from some of the brightest and darkest moments of recent history and reflecting on the concept of the ‘teenager’ which grew in post World War II America. From the ban of child labour, the roaring twenties and the flappers, to the bright young things in London, Hitler Youth, and the fever of jitterbug dancing in the US, the film’s teenagers find a thousand different ways to escape adult oppression and influence society, culture and politics.

A warm and moving drama comedy about young outsiders set in Stockholm 1982. Bobo, Klara and Hedvig are three 13 year old girls who roam the streets and form a punk band despite having no instruments and being told by everyone that punk is dead. With vibrant period detail and fantastic performances from the young girls, Swedish director Lukas Moodysson perfectly captures the feeling of being young and invincible in the early 80s. A joyous celebration of youth, friendship and rebellion. Rosanna Nordrup, Cnema Sweden

Starring: Thandie Newton, Chiwetel Ejiofor

Nigerian-born British playwright Biyi Bandele translates Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s powerful prize-winning novel of the same name into an emotional drama that gives voice to personal stories of the indignities and atrocities suffered during the Nigerian Civil War. Set in the late ’60s, the film’s main characters, Olanna, her sister Kainene and Olanna’s revolutionary boyfriend, Odenigbo, are forced to make bold choices in order to navigate the complex social terrain mapped out by Nigeria’s ethnic, political and religious divide, and survive.

APRIL 2014

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

Tue 1

Wed 2

Thu 3

FROM SAT 5 – THU 10 THU 3, 12NOON

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m

GONE WITH THE WIND (PG) 233m

It’s awesome! Normal ticket prices apply, except 12.15pm & 2.45pm screenings on Sat 5 April which will be £3.50.

TUE 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m

Simply one of the most celebrated films in cinema history, shown in a beautifully restored version.

THE KING AND THE MOCKINGBIRD (U) 84m

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GENERAL (U) 90m + LIVE SOUNDTRACK

FROM FRI 25

Dir: Biyi Bandele Nigeria 2013 111m

BRINGING UP BABY!

FROM MON 28

LOCKE (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN (15)

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

“This imaginative and delightful film doesn’t think outside the box so much as operate on another astral plane.” The Guardian

Set against the magnificent Sligo landscape, John Michael McDonagh’s second feature shares a leading man and a similar dark sense of humour with his debut, the hugely successful The Guard. Father James Lavelle is the priest in a small rural parish. One day, while hearing confession, he is told that he is going to be murdered... in one week. It’s a week in which Father James struggles to understand his death sentence as the day draws near, searching for hope and faith amongst his motley collection of parishioners - a community of lost souls and, it seems, potential murder suspects. Calvary is a complex and challenging work, part philosophical treatise, part murder mystery, with a fiercely black vein of humour lacing all the elements together.

THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS

A sci-fi thriller about a medical engineer and an astronaut working frantically to save themselves after an accident leaves them spinning hopelessly adrift through space. A technical jaw-dropper and a breath-taking white-knuckle survival tale.

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A) 91m

APRIL 2014

FROM FRI 11

THE DOUBLE (15)

THE PAST (12A) 130m

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 11

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD

THE DOUBLE THE LUNCHBOX LOCKE WE ARE THE BEST!

FROM FRI 11

THE LUNCHBOX (PG)

Glasgow Film Festival

CALVARY

FROM SAT 5

Programmed with the younger viewer in mind. All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

DOUBLE BILL! WATCH TEENAGE AND WE ARE THE BEST! FOR JUST £9 SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DEAL

WHEN IT’S ON

Buster Keaton’s 1926 silent actioncomedy film is set during the American civil war. Shown with a live soundtrack performed by Ric Elsworth and Andrew Shirtliff. SAM WEST WILL INTRODUCE THE 1.30PM SCREENING

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

CALVARY (15) 101m See page 2 for details. The screenings will be preceded by a short archive film programme Discovering Nottinghamshire compiled by the Media Archive of Central England.

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE LUNCHBOX (PG) 105m See page 2 for details.

A masterpiece of French animation based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. See page 2 for more details. [In English] Tickets £3.50 for all shows SAT 19, 1.15PM

TINTIN AND THE BLUE ORANGES (U) 98m

Fri 4

Funny and touching comedy drama, centered on a misdirected lunchbox. See page 2 for more details. Sat 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50.

Sun 6

With English Subtitles

Tintin and his friends must overcome violent kidnappers and deadly traps to rescue a deep blue orange.

Mon 7

SAT 26, 1.45PM

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (U) 95m Flint Lockwood and his friends are sent on a mission to save the world again!

SAT 5, 11.45PM

THE LEGO MOVIE (U) 100m An imaginative and delightful tribute to everyone’s favourite building bricks.

Tue 8

05

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Wed 9

7:45 8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Video Nasties: Draconian Days + Q&A 18 p9 Go online for full schedule

3:30 2:15 4:15

8:15

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie Supportive Environment Screening U p4 The Lego Movie U Met Opera Live: La Boheme 12A p10 Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton 15 p9 Go online for full schedule

12:45 3:00

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:45 3:15

Fri 11

5:45 8:00

2:00

4:15

5:15 5:00 6:30

7:30 7:45 8:45 Sat 12

12:00 11:45 12:15 2:45 5:55 9:45 3:30 2:00

4:15

6:00 5:00 6:30

8:15 7:45

Sun 13

8:45 4:30 1:15 12:00 2:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG Children in the Wind p8 The Lego Movie U 2:00 Go online for full schedule The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Crows & Ten Minutes p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

Mon 14 3:15

4:30

6:00

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00 Tue 15

3:15

4:30

6:00

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG p1 Forbidden Games 12 p8 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00

4:30

5:30 6:30

8:15 7:45 8:30

Wed 16

8:00 Thu 17

Thu 10

2:15 5:00 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web 6:00 Yves Saint Laurent See web Starred Up 18 See web TIME TBC Gone with the Wind PG p4 12:00 BFI Film Academy 6:00 Screening 15 p8 Go online for full schedule

The Double 15 p1 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web Gravity (3D) 12A p1 A Story of Children and Film PG p1 The Lego Movie U p1 Met Opera Encore: La Boheme 12A p10 Looking for Eric 15 p10 Go online for full schedule

06

8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

The Double 15 p1 3:15 The Past 12A See web 20 Feet From... 12A See web A Story of Children and Film PG p1 Lift to the Scaffold PG 4:30 Long Live the Republic p8 The General U p4 10:30 1:30 The Lego Movie U p1 2:00 Go online for full schedule 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: Elvis: That’s the Way it is Cafebar from 9.30PM

3:15 3:00 4:00

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8:15 7:45 8:30

5:30 6:30 8:00

Fri 18 5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC

Sat 19

2:00

Calvary 15 p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Lunchbox PG p2 12:30 3:00 5:30 The Double 15 p1 4:00 6:15 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 TIME TBC The King and the Mockingbird U p2 2:00 Day Course: A Day in the World of Wes Anderson 10:30 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 School for Scoundrels U p10 Go online for full schedule

8:15 8:00 8:30

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

12:45 3:15 12:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 The Double 15 p1 The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears 18 p2 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Go online for full schedule Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

Sat 26

10:30 1:30 3:00 4:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00

4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Tintin and the Blue Oranges U p4

2:00 4:15 12:45 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2 Live and Let Die PG p10

1:15

Mon 21

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The King and the Mockingbird U p2

Tue 22

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 The Lunchbox Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p2

Wed 23

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3

Thu 24

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 We are the Best! 15 p3 Vikings Live from the British Museum 12A p10

8:15 8:00 8:30

TIME TBC 1:00 3:15 3:00

5:45 5:30 6:15

TIME TBC 1:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

Mon 28

1:00 1:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Je m’appelle Hmmm p9

4:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 U p4 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10 Hello Thor Records 5th Birthday Party Cafebar from 8pm

4:15 2:00 3:30 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Venus in Fur p9 Captain Phillips 12A p10 Met Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte 12A p10

3:30 3:00

6:30 6:00 5:45 5:30

1:00

8:45 8:30

6:30 6:00

8:15 8:00 8:45 8:30

5:45

12:30

8:00

1:45 5:55

12:45

5:00 3:30

1:00

7:30 8:30

6:00 3:00 5:15 5:45

8:15 8:00

2:00 12:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:00 3:15

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

Locke 15 p3 Calvary 15 p2 The Lunchbox PG p2 Half of a Yellow Sun 15 p3 We are the Best! 15 p3 Teenage 12 p3

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30

8:45 8:30

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Sun 20

2:15 2:00 5:45 5:30 6:15

Sun 27

1:00

4:30 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

1:00 2:00

Tue 29

Wed 30 4:15 3:15 3:00 3:30

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:15 3:15 3:00

6:30 5:45 5:30 6:00

8:45 8:15 8:00 8:30

4:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

6:15 5:45

9:00 8:15 8:30 8:45

6:30 6:00 5:30

8:45 8:30 8:15 8:00

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8:45 8:30 8:15 8:00

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1:00

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3:15 3:00

Fri 25

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE

10:30 1:30

6:00

7:00

OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


RENDEZ-VOUS WITH FRENCH CINEMA 2014

CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD

There are always challenges when starting and running a business, you have to be everything and more! Projector has helped me to find that balance between my creative practice and the business’s needs. It has also been really helpful to meet other creative business owners who are facing similar challenges. The 1-2-1 business advice has offered me a critical friend, and an external viewpoint.

The Cinema of Childhood season is curated by filmmaker Mark Cousins, presented by Filmhouse and supported by the BFI’s Programming Development Fund.

Jo Blaxill, Inbetween | www.inbetweencreative.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding, Direct Mail, Information Design and Web Design. Inbetween engaging audiences to communicate your brand.

TUE 8, 8PM

CROWS (CERT TBC) With English Subtitles Dir: Dorota Kedzierzawska Poland 1994 63m

Wrona (which means “crow” in Polish) is neglected by her mother, laughed at by her classmates and furious with the world. So she steals a cute little girl to become her surrogate mother, but she soon discovers just how hard being a parent really is.

FRI 4, 8PM

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC (CERT TBC)

VIDEO NASTIES: DRACONIAN DAYS + Q&A (18)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jake West United Kingdom 2014 80m

1965 134m

(dir Herz Frank Latvia 1978 10m)

MON 7, 8PM

• SAT 5 APRIL - SUN 6 APRIL 2014 • SAT 17 MAY - SUN 18 MAY 2014 • SEPTEMBER 2014 DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

(CERT TBC)

FORBIDDEN GAMES (12)

With English Subtitles Dir: Hiroshi Shimizu Japan 1937 88m

Sampei is a little rascal who leads his village gang with the Tarzan cry of his hero Johnny Weissmuller. But when his father is falsely imprisoned for fraud, his idyllic life falls apart. Sent to stay with his uncle, Sampei runs away any chance he gets. If only his father can clear his name, everything will be all right again. This luminous masterpiece is nearly 80 years old, but still shines brightly.

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF); Projector offers *FREE business support and advice to Creatives.*Subject to eligibility.

With English Subtitles Dir: Rene Clement France 1952 86m

German fighter planes massacre refugees fleeing Paris. A dazed little girl is left wandering the fields clutching her dead dog. She’s adopted by a peasant boy and brings her into his eccentric family. René Clément’s angry masterpiece blends tragedy and farce into a heart-breaking account of children caught in a war they can’t possibly understand.

THU 3, 6PM-7PM FREE ADMISSION

VENUS IN FUR (CERT TBC)

(CERT TBC)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Roman Polanski France 2013 96m

Dir: Agnès B. France 2013 121m

Starring: Emmanuelle Seigner,

Starring: Sylvie Testud, Jacques Bonnaffé

Mathieu Amalric

12-year-old Céline is running away. She is leaving behind an abusive father, an absent mother and a grandmother too naive to imagine what is going on at home. Hiding in a red truck, she meets Peter, a Scottish truck driver in his forties. Embarking on a surprising road trip, Céline experiences her first true moments of childhood with lightness and trust, and a new friend offering her a chance to finally have a normal life.

Thomas Novachek is struggling to cast the lead in his theatrical production of the notorious novella ‘Venus in Fur’. As if on cue, the abrasive and brash Vanda appears at the auditions. With the play already memorised and an unnerving way of completely inhabiting the dominatrix role, Vanda casts an intoxicating spell on Thomas that spirals into a power play beyond the stage. AF French Film Festival

Documentary Draconian Days takes us through the history of the subsequent dark age of British moral panics and censorship with great new interviews and shocking archive footage. We are joined by director Jake West and producer Marc Morris to discuss the legacy of censorship in the UK and by writer David Flint, whose book ‘Sheer Filth’ is launched after the screening.

Visit shinewithprojector.org.uk for more details on our forthcoming events and how to apply to the programme.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

PUSH BUTTON AND WAIT FOR SIGNAL

As a delivery partner for the BFI’s Film Academy Network Broadway has been working with 18 talented young film makers aged 16 to 19 from across the region to develop their filmmaking skills and prepare them for a career in the film industry. As part of the program the students have produced three short films featuring professional actors and shot using industry standard equipment. This a great opportunity to watch the shorts and meet the young and talented directors, producers and writers behind them.

ONE DAY COURSE

A DAY IN THE WORLD OF WES ANDERSON

SAT 26, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 27, 12 NOON ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE COSÌ FAN TUTTE (12A) 245m Music Director James Levine makes his long-awaited return to the Met podium to conduct Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

SUN 6, 2PM

SUN 20, 2PM

LOOKING FOR ERIC (15) 116m

LIVE AND LET DIE (PG) 122m

Eric Bishop is a football obsessed postman whose life is rapidly reaching crisis point. With no-one left to turn to, Eric tracks down his hero, the philosophising, trumpet-playing, footballing genius that is Eric Cantona, for a bit of life-coaching.

Roger Moore plays 007 for the first time and presides over the usual quota of eyebrow-raising action and unusual gadgets.

A career overview of one of America’s most distinctive and stylish contemporary directors, a man who creates beguiling and quirky stories and characters like no other current filmmaker. Despite a gallery of regular faces and stars in his films from the mid-1990s to the present day, each film somehow lives a life of its own. In this one-day appreciation of his work we’ll examine the ways in which his seven previous films hang together and provide a rounded view of Wes’s world. Tutor: Alan Seaman One Day Course Saturday 12th April 2014, 10.30AM - 4.30PM (with breaks) Price: £17 /£15 members and concessions

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY ANGUS. MARTINI TIME, SHAKEN NOT STIRRED.

CELEBRATING DIANE’S 50 YEARS OF FUN

SAT 5, 9.45PM

THU 24, 7PM

SUN 13, 2PM

SUN 27, 2PM

OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON: THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS (15)

VIKINGS LIVE FROM THE BRITISH MUSEUM (12A) 90m

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS (U) 90m

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (12A)

Henry Palfrey tries hard to impress but always loses out to the rotter Delauney. Then he discovers the Lifeman college run by “Professor” Potter and discovers the secrets of success. But has he the courage to put all his lessons into effect?

The true story of Captain Richard Phillips who surrendered himself to Somali pirates in order to free his crew.

A documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film features exclusive interviews with Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Common, Questlove, Talib Kweli, Mike D (The Beastie Boys), Tyler the Creator, and many more. Presented in association with

This special event offers an exclusive private view of the BP exhibition “Vikings: life and legend”. Introduced by British Museum Director Neil MacGregor and presented by historian and broadcaster Michael Wood, the exhibition will be brought to life by curators and experts. Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

ALPESH HITS 40!

134m

TO THE LOVELY PEOPLE OF GPD FROM YOUR SOCIAL AMBASSADORS

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

THE HISTORY OF FILM: CULTURE, SOCIETY AND CHANGE 90m This 10 week course will analyse a different decade of the 20th century each week to ‘archaeologically’ examine how film has reflected the changes in culture, society and politics. Starting with examples of films from the 1910s, we will discover the history of the 20th century as told through film; including how the war years were portrayed at the cinema, the social and sexual revolutions of the 60s, the political landscape of the cold war and bringing our understanding up to date by examining how 21st century cinema reflects anxieties around technology and terrorism. If you would like to know more about the history of film or are simply interested in social and cultural history, this course is for you. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 6th May 2014, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 members and concs

TEN GREAT BRITISH DIRECTORS

Dir: Jeff Broadway United States 2013 94m

BFI FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM SCREENING (15)

FILM COURSES

From the silent era to the 60s we look at some of the key names in British cinema, versatile directors who crossed over many genres and worked for studios but with astonishing individualism. Some went to Hollywood but not before they stamped their impression on films that helped to define ideas of ‘Britishness’, both to audiences at home and around the world. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 Weeks Wednesday Afternoons commencing Wednesday 7th May, 2-4PM £70 / £50 members and concs

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m The time has come to dust off that film story and turn it into a script. If you already have a grasp of basic screenwriting skills then this course is your next step. Over an 8 week period of workshops and tutoring you will be guided through the processes of developing your story idea into a 5 page feature treatment or a first draft screenplay for your short. Between times you will need time to write if you are to get the most from this course. You will already have an idea in synopsis form, and will understand what is meant by Character, Story, Film Structure and Plot. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing 7th May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 members and concs

TALK CINEMA MAY 2014 90m Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor Sam Ward will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Sam Ward 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 8th May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members and concs (includes entrance into films)

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

TUE 15, FROM 6PM

INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement The Lunchbox, screening from the 11th April, we’ll have Indian food on the menu tonight.

FRI 11, FROM 9.30PM

CINEBAR: ELVIS: THAT’S THE WAY IT IS (U) 93m We are excited to host a very special bar event for Elvis Presley and Orion fans. Offering an exclusive sneak peek of new film-in-the-making by acclaimed director Jeanie Finlay - ORION: The Man Who Would Be King. The stranger than fiction story of the mystery masked singer that Sun Records sold as Elvis back from the grave. www.orionthemovie.com This is followed by one of the greatest music documentaries of all time,“That’s The Way It Is”.

THU 10, FROM 8.45PM

MUSIC

We are running three 2-day workshops, equipping you with business basics and essentials over a weekend, these sessions are designed to help you kickstart your business.

WED 9, 8PM

JE M'APPELLE HMMM...

SAT 5, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 6, 12 NOON ENCORE

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

APRIL 2014

QUIZZES

We have hosted a number of events and business development workshops specially designed for creatives; and are happy to announce our forthcoming Creative Weekenders.

CHILDREN IN THE WIND

FORBIDDEN GAMES

Creative Weekender: Kickstart Your Business!

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

Ali Groves, Gifted Scribble and ovrobin www.giftedscribble.co.uk | www.ovrobin.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding and Illustration

SUN 27, 5.45PM

MY MOVIE

11

FILM

Storms of emotion swep across a child’s face as he watches a show that we never see.

FRI 25, 5.30PM

JE M’APPELLE HMMM...

Preceded by TEN MINUTES OLDER

What made you want to set up your own business? For me, I don't really think it was a decision to 'start my own business'. It was probably more a question of how am I going to start my own business, something that has slowly evolved, a lot through trial and error, but the Projector classes have certainly helped me to fine tune and improve and also gain confidence in my abilities.

Oldrich is the runt of his village but he has imagination on his side. His village is in turmoil, because the Nazi occupiers have just retreated and the Red Army is advancing upon them. Beautifully shot and darkly ironic, this forgotten masterpiece jumbles reality, memory and fantasy to capture the intensity and confusion of childhood in a war zone.

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2014

Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history - and with good reason. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo.

THU 10, 8PM

Dir: Karel Kachyna Czech Republic

10

MET OPERA LIVE LA BOHÈME (12A) 205m

We’re delighted to be presenting two films from the London Festival and hope to welcome members of the cast and crew to the screenings. Our website www.broadway.org.uk will have more details nearer the time. LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC

Projector has worked with over 120 local emerging creative and digital content businesses; providing business advice to those just starting out and also businesses looking to grow; we are delighted to present a couple of them:

SPECIALS

APRIL 2014

FOOD

There’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known and rarely, if ever, shown in cinemas. This is the subject of Mark Cousin’s wonderful new documentary A Story of Children and Film showing here from the 4th April (see page 1 for details). This season gives you the chance to watch some of the films featured in A Story of Children and Film and we’ll be presenting more films throughout the coming months.

09

ADAPTATION.

APRIL 2014

DAVID BOWIE IN NICOLAS ROEG’S THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

08

BILL MURRAY IN WES ANDERSON’S - THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU

APRIL 2014

SAT 26, 8PM - 1AM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

THU 17, FROM 8.30PM NOTE CHANGE OF DAY FOR THIS MONTH

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the FILM QUIZ Broadway is proudly hosting a comedy film fun & there are prizes too. quiz in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Test your movie knowledge with our resident quiz master Colin. Plenty of prizes on offer (not all serious) and only £1 to join in.

HELLO THOR RECORDS 5TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Nottingham indie record label Hello Thor Records will be celebrating their 5th birthday with a free party in our CaféBar. There will be Hello Thor DJs, screenings of music videos, animations and visuals by Kneel Before Zod and a live performance by Moscow Youth Cult (presented in partnership with I Own You Records). Moscow Youth Cult make lush electronic pop music that is as noisy and abrasive as it is beautiful and joyous.

FREE


RENDEZ-VOUS WITH FRENCH CINEMA 2014

CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD

There are always challenges when starting and running a business, you have to be everything and more! Projector has helped me to find that balance between my creative practice and the business’s needs. It has also been really helpful to meet other creative business owners who are facing similar challenges. The 1-2-1 business advice has offered me a critical friend, and an external viewpoint.

The Cinema of Childhood season is curated by filmmaker Mark Cousins, presented by Filmhouse and supported by the BFI’s Programming Development Fund.

Jo Blaxill, Inbetween | www.inbetweencreative.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding, Direct Mail, Information Design and Web Design. Inbetween engaging audiences to communicate your brand.

TUE 8, 8PM

CROWS (CERT TBC) With English Subtitles Dir: Dorota Kedzierzawska Poland 1994 63m

Wrona (which means “crow” in Polish) is neglected by her mother, laughed at by her classmates and furious with the world. So she steals a cute little girl to become her surrogate mother, but she soon discovers just how hard being a parent really is.

FRI 4, 8PM

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC (CERT TBC)

VIDEO NASTIES: DRACONIAN DAYS + Q&A (18)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jake West United Kingdom 2014 80m

1965 134m

(dir Herz Frank Latvia 1978 10m)

MON 7, 8PM

• SAT 5 APRIL - SUN 6 APRIL 2014 • SAT 17 MAY - SUN 18 MAY 2014 • SEPTEMBER 2014 DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

(CERT TBC)

FORBIDDEN GAMES (12)

With English Subtitles Dir: Hiroshi Shimizu Japan 1937 88m

Sampei is a little rascal who leads his village gang with the Tarzan cry of his hero Johnny Weissmuller. But when his father is falsely imprisoned for fraud, his idyllic life falls apart. Sent to stay with his uncle, Sampei runs away any chance he gets. If only his father can clear his name, everything will be all right again. This luminous masterpiece is nearly 80 years old, but still shines brightly.

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF); Projector offers *FREE business support and advice to Creatives.*Subject to eligibility.

With English Subtitles Dir: Rene Clement France 1952 86m

German fighter planes massacre refugees fleeing Paris. A dazed little girl is left wandering the fields clutching her dead dog. She’s adopted by a peasant boy and brings her into his eccentric family. René Clément’s angry masterpiece blends tragedy and farce into a heart-breaking account of children caught in a war they can’t possibly understand.

THU 3, 6PM-7PM FREE ADMISSION

VENUS IN FUR (CERT TBC)

(CERT TBC)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Roman Polanski France 2013 96m

Dir: Agnès B. France 2013 121m

Starring: Emmanuelle Seigner,

Starring: Sylvie Testud, Jacques Bonnaffé

Mathieu Amalric

12-year-old Céline is running away. She is leaving behind an abusive father, an absent mother and a grandmother too naive to imagine what is going on at home. Hiding in a red truck, she meets Peter, a Scottish truck driver in his forties. Embarking on a surprising road trip, Céline experiences her first true moments of childhood with lightness and trust, and a new friend offering her a chance to finally have a normal life.

Thomas Novachek is struggling to cast the lead in his theatrical production of the notorious novella ‘Venus in Fur’. As if on cue, the abrasive and brash Vanda appears at the auditions. With the play already memorised and an unnerving way of completely inhabiting the dominatrix role, Vanda casts an intoxicating spell on Thomas that spirals into a power play beyond the stage. AF French Film Festival

Documentary Draconian Days takes us through the history of the subsequent dark age of British moral panics and censorship with great new interviews and shocking archive footage. We are joined by director Jake West and producer Marc Morris to discuss the legacy of censorship in the UK and by writer David Flint, whose book ‘Sheer Filth’ is launched after the screening.

Visit shinewithprojector.org.uk for more details on our forthcoming events and how to apply to the programme.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

PUSH BUTTON AND WAIT FOR SIGNAL

As a delivery partner for the BFI’s Film Academy Network Broadway has been working with 18 talented young film makers aged 16 to 19 from across the region to develop their filmmaking skills and prepare them for a career in the film industry. As part of the program the students have produced three short films featuring professional actors and shot using industry standard equipment. This a great opportunity to watch the shorts and meet the young and talented directors, producers and writers behind them.

ONE DAY COURSE

A DAY IN THE WORLD OF WES ANDERSON

SAT 26, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 27, 12 NOON ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE COSÌ FAN TUTTE (12A) 245m Music Director James Levine makes his long-awaited return to the Met podium to conduct Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

SUN 6, 2PM

SUN 20, 2PM

LOOKING FOR ERIC (15) 116m

LIVE AND LET DIE (PG) 122m

Eric Bishop is a football obsessed postman whose life is rapidly reaching crisis point. With no-one left to turn to, Eric tracks down his hero, the philosophising, trumpet-playing, footballing genius that is Eric Cantona, for a bit of life-coaching.

Roger Moore plays 007 for the first time and presides over the usual quota of eyebrow-raising action and unusual gadgets.

A career overview of one of America’s most distinctive and stylish contemporary directors, a man who creates beguiling and quirky stories and characters like no other current filmmaker. Despite a gallery of regular faces and stars in his films from the mid-1990s to the present day, each film somehow lives a life of its own. In this one-day appreciation of his work we’ll examine the ways in which his seven previous films hang together and provide a rounded view of Wes’s world. Tutor: Alan Seaman One Day Course Saturday 12th April 2014, 10.30AM - 4.30PM (with breaks) Price: £17 /£15 members and concessions

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY ANGUS. MARTINI TIME, SHAKEN NOT STIRRED.

CELEBRATING DIANE’S 50 YEARS OF FUN

SAT 5, 9.45PM

THU 24, 7PM

SUN 13, 2PM

SUN 27, 2PM

OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON: THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS (15)

VIKINGS LIVE FROM THE BRITISH MUSEUM (12A) 90m

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS (U) 90m

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (12A)

Henry Palfrey tries hard to impress but always loses out to the rotter Delauney. Then he discovers the Lifeman college run by “Professor” Potter and discovers the secrets of success. But has he the courage to put all his lessons into effect?

The true story of Captain Richard Phillips who surrendered himself to Somali pirates in order to free his crew.

A documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film features exclusive interviews with Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Common, Questlove, Talib Kweli, Mike D (The Beastie Boys), Tyler the Creator, and many more. Presented in association with

This special event offers an exclusive private view of the BP exhibition “Vikings: life and legend”. Introduced by British Museum Director Neil MacGregor and presented by historian and broadcaster Michael Wood, the exhibition will be brought to life by curators and experts. Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

ALPESH HITS 40!

134m

TO THE LOVELY PEOPLE OF GPD FROM YOUR SOCIAL AMBASSADORS

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

THE HISTORY OF FILM: CULTURE, SOCIETY AND CHANGE 90m This 10 week course will analyse a different decade of the 20th century each week to ‘archaeologically’ examine how film has reflected the changes in culture, society and politics. Starting with examples of films from the 1910s, we will discover the history of the 20th century as told through film; including how the war years were portrayed at the cinema, the social and sexual revolutions of the 60s, the political landscape of the cold war and bringing our understanding up to date by examining how 21st century cinema reflects anxieties around technology and terrorism. If you would like to know more about the history of film or are simply interested in social and cultural history, this course is for you. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 6th May 2014, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 members and concs

TEN GREAT BRITISH DIRECTORS

Dir: Jeff Broadway United States 2013 94m

BFI FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM SCREENING (15)

FILM COURSES

From the silent era to the 60s we look at some of the key names in British cinema, versatile directors who crossed over many genres and worked for studios but with astonishing individualism. Some went to Hollywood but not before they stamped their impression on films that helped to define ideas of ‘Britishness’, both to audiences at home and around the world. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 Weeks Wednesday Afternoons commencing Wednesday 7th May, 2-4PM £70 / £50 members and concs

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m The time has come to dust off that film story and turn it into a script. If you already have a grasp of basic screenwriting skills then this course is your next step. Over an 8 week period of workshops and tutoring you will be guided through the processes of developing your story idea into a 5 page feature treatment or a first draft screenplay for your short. Between times you will need time to write if you are to get the most from this course. You will already have an idea in synopsis form, and will understand what is meant by Character, Story, Film Structure and Plot. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing 7th May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 members and concs

TALK CINEMA MAY 2014 90m Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor Sam Ward will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Sam Ward 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 8th May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members and concs (includes entrance into films)

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

TUE 15, FROM 6PM

INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement The Lunchbox, screening from the 11th April, we’ll have Indian food on the menu tonight.

FRI 11, FROM 9.30PM

CINEBAR: ELVIS: THAT’S THE WAY IT IS (U) 93m We are excited to host a very special bar event for Elvis Presley and Orion fans. Offering an exclusive sneak peek of new film-in-the-making by acclaimed director Jeanie Finlay - ORION: The Man Who Would Be King. The stranger than fiction story of the mystery masked singer that Sun Records sold as Elvis back from the grave. www.orionthemovie.com This is followed by one of the greatest music documentaries of all time,“That’s The Way It Is”.

THU 10, FROM 8.45PM

MUSIC

We are running three 2-day workshops, equipping you with business basics and essentials over a weekend, these sessions are designed to help you kickstart your business.

WED 9, 8PM

JE M'APPELLE HMMM...

SAT 5, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 6, 12 NOON ENCORE

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

APRIL 2014

QUIZZES

We have hosted a number of events and business development workshops specially designed for creatives; and are happy to announce our forthcoming Creative Weekenders.

CHILDREN IN THE WIND

FORBIDDEN GAMES

Creative Weekender: Kickstart Your Business!

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

Ali Groves, Gifted Scribble and ovrobin www.giftedscribble.co.uk | www.ovrobin.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding and Illustration

SUN 27, 5.45PM

MY MOVIE

11

FILM

Storms of emotion swep across a child’s face as he watches a show that we never see.

FRI 25, 5.30PM

JE M’APPELLE HMMM...

Preceded by TEN MINUTES OLDER

What made you want to set up your own business? For me, I don't really think it was a decision to 'start my own business'. It was probably more a question of how am I going to start my own business, something that has slowly evolved, a lot through trial and error, but the Projector classes have certainly helped me to fine tune and improve and also gain confidence in my abilities.

Oldrich is the runt of his village but he has imagination on his side. His village is in turmoil, because the Nazi occupiers have just retreated and the Red Army is advancing upon them. Beautifully shot and darkly ironic, this forgotten masterpiece jumbles reality, memory and fantasy to capture the intensity and confusion of childhood in a war zone.

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2014

Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history - and with good reason. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo.

THU 10, 8PM

Dir: Karel Kachyna Czech Republic

10

MET OPERA LIVE LA BOHÈME (12A) 205m

We’re delighted to be presenting two films from the London Festival and hope to welcome members of the cast and crew to the screenings. Our website www.broadway.org.uk will have more details nearer the time. LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC

Projector has worked with over 120 local emerging creative and digital content businesses; providing business advice to those just starting out and also businesses looking to grow; we are delighted to present a couple of them:

SPECIALS

APRIL 2014

FOOD

There’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known and rarely, if ever, shown in cinemas. This is the subject of Mark Cousin’s wonderful new documentary A Story of Children and Film showing here from the 4th April (see page 1 for details). This season gives you the chance to watch some of the films featured in A Story of Children and Film and we’ll be presenting more films throughout the coming months.

09

ADAPTATION.

APRIL 2014

DAVID BOWIE IN NICOLAS ROEG’S THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

08

BILL MURRAY IN WES ANDERSON’S - THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU

APRIL 2014

SAT 26, 8PM - 1AM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

THU 17, FROM 8.30PM NOTE CHANGE OF DAY FOR THIS MONTH

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the FILM QUIZ Broadway is proudly hosting a comedy film fun & there are prizes too. quiz in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Test your movie knowledge with our resident quiz master Colin. Plenty of prizes on offer (not all serious) and only £1 to join in.

HELLO THOR RECORDS 5TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Nottingham indie record label Hello Thor Records will be celebrating their 5th birthday with a free party in our CaféBar. There will be Hello Thor DJs, screenings of music videos, animations and visuals by Kneel Before Zod and a live performance by Moscow Youth Cult (presented in partnership with I Own You Records). Moscow Youth Cult make lush electronic pop music that is as noisy and abrasive as it is beautiful and joyous.

FREE


RENDEZ-VOUS WITH FRENCH CINEMA 2014

CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD

There are always challenges when starting and running a business, you have to be everything and more! Projector has helped me to find that balance between my creative practice and the business’s needs. It has also been really helpful to meet other creative business owners who are facing similar challenges. The 1-2-1 business advice has offered me a critical friend, and an external viewpoint.

The Cinema of Childhood season is curated by filmmaker Mark Cousins, presented by Filmhouse and supported by the BFI’s Programming Development Fund.

Jo Blaxill, Inbetween | www.inbetweencreative.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding, Direct Mail, Information Design and Web Design. Inbetween engaging audiences to communicate your brand.

TUE 8, 8PM

CROWS (CERT TBC) With English Subtitles Dir: Dorota Kedzierzawska Poland 1994 63m

Wrona (which means “crow” in Polish) is neglected by her mother, laughed at by her classmates and furious with the world. So she steals a cute little girl to become her surrogate mother, but she soon discovers just how hard being a parent really is.

FRI 4, 8PM

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC (CERT TBC)

VIDEO NASTIES: DRACONIAN DAYS + Q&A (18)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jake West United Kingdom 2014 80m

1965 134m

(dir Herz Frank Latvia 1978 10m)

MON 7, 8PM

• SAT 5 APRIL - SUN 6 APRIL 2014 • SAT 17 MAY - SUN 18 MAY 2014 • SEPTEMBER 2014 DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

(CERT TBC)

FORBIDDEN GAMES (12)

With English Subtitles Dir: Hiroshi Shimizu Japan 1937 88m

Sampei is a little rascal who leads his village gang with the Tarzan cry of his hero Johnny Weissmuller. But when his father is falsely imprisoned for fraud, his idyllic life falls apart. Sent to stay with his uncle, Sampei runs away any chance he gets. If only his father can clear his name, everything will be all right again. This luminous masterpiece is nearly 80 years old, but still shines brightly.

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF); Projector offers *FREE business support and advice to Creatives.*Subject to eligibility.

With English Subtitles Dir: Rene Clement France 1952 86m

German fighter planes massacre refugees fleeing Paris. A dazed little girl is left wandering the fields clutching her dead dog. She’s adopted by a peasant boy and brings her into his eccentric family. René Clément’s angry masterpiece blends tragedy and farce into a heart-breaking account of children caught in a war they can’t possibly understand.

THU 3, 6PM-7PM FREE ADMISSION

VENUS IN FUR (CERT TBC)

(CERT TBC)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Roman Polanski France 2013 96m

Dir: Agnès B. France 2013 121m

Starring: Emmanuelle Seigner,

Starring: Sylvie Testud, Jacques Bonnaffé

Mathieu Amalric

12-year-old Céline is running away. She is leaving behind an abusive father, an absent mother and a grandmother too naive to imagine what is going on at home. Hiding in a red truck, she meets Peter, a Scottish truck driver in his forties. Embarking on a surprising road trip, Céline experiences her first true moments of childhood with lightness and trust, and a new friend offering her a chance to finally have a normal life.

Thomas Novachek is struggling to cast the lead in his theatrical production of the notorious novella ‘Venus in Fur’. As if on cue, the abrasive and brash Vanda appears at the auditions. With the play already memorised and an unnerving way of completely inhabiting the dominatrix role, Vanda casts an intoxicating spell on Thomas that spirals into a power play beyond the stage. AF French Film Festival

Documentary Draconian Days takes us through the history of the subsequent dark age of British moral panics and censorship with great new interviews and shocking archive footage. We are joined by director Jake West and producer Marc Morris to discuss the legacy of censorship in the UK and by writer David Flint, whose book ‘Sheer Filth’ is launched after the screening.

Visit shinewithprojector.org.uk for more details on our forthcoming events and how to apply to the programme.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

PUSH BUTTON AND WAIT FOR SIGNAL

As a delivery partner for the BFI’s Film Academy Network Broadway has been working with 18 talented young film makers aged 16 to 19 from across the region to develop their filmmaking skills and prepare them for a career in the film industry. As part of the program the students have produced three short films featuring professional actors and shot using industry standard equipment. This a great opportunity to watch the shorts and meet the young and talented directors, producers and writers behind them.

ONE DAY COURSE

A DAY IN THE WORLD OF WES ANDERSON

SAT 26, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 27, 12 NOON ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE COSÌ FAN TUTTE (12A) 245m Music Director James Levine makes his long-awaited return to the Met podium to conduct Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

SUN 6, 2PM

SUN 20, 2PM

LOOKING FOR ERIC (15) 116m

LIVE AND LET DIE (PG) 122m

Eric Bishop is a football obsessed postman whose life is rapidly reaching crisis point. With no-one left to turn to, Eric tracks down his hero, the philosophising, trumpet-playing, footballing genius that is Eric Cantona, for a bit of life-coaching.

Roger Moore plays 007 for the first time and presides over the usual quota of eyebrow-raising action and unusual gadgets.

A career overview of one of America’s most distinctive and stylish contemporary directors, a man who creates beguiling and quirky stories and characters like no other current filmmaker. Despite a gallery of regular faces and stars in his films from the mid-1990s to the present day, each film somehow lives a life of its own. In this one-day appreciation of his work we’ll examine the ways in which his seven previous films hang together and provide a rounded view of Wes’s world. Tutor: Alan Seaman One Day Course Saturday 12th April 2014, 10.30AM - 4.30PM (with breaks) Price: £17 /£15 members and concessions

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY ANGUS. MARTINI TIME, SHAKEN NOT STIRRED.

CELEBRATING DIANE’S 50 YEARS OF FUN

SAT 5, 9.45PM

THU 24, 7PM

SUN 13, 2PM

SUN 27, 2PM

OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON: THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS (15)

VIKINGS LIVE FROM THE BRITISH MUSEUM (12A) 90m

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS (U) 90m

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (12A)

Henry Palfrey tries hard to impress but always loses out to the rotter Delauney. Then he discovers the Lifeman college run by “Professor” Potter and discovers the secrets of success. But has he the courage to put all his lessons into effect?

The true story of Captain Richard Phillips who surrendered himself to Somali pirates in order to free his crew.

A documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film features exclusive interviews with Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Common, Questlove, Talib Kweli, Mike D (The Beastie Boys), Tyler the Creator, and many more. Presented in association with

This special event offers an exclusive private view of the BP exhibition “Vikings: life and legend”. Introduced by British Museum Director Neil MacGregor and presented by historian and broadcaster Michael Wood, the exhibition will be brought to life by curators and experts. Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

ALPESH HITS 40!

134m

TO THE LOVELY PEOPLE OF GPD FROM YOUR SOCIAL AMBASSADORS

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

THE HISTORY OF FILM: CULTURE, SOCIETY AND CHANGE 90m This 10 week course will analyse a different decade of the 20th century each week to ‘archaeologically’ examine how film has reflected the changes in culture, society and politics. Starting with examples of films from the 1910s, we will discover the history of the 20th century as told through film; including how the war years were portrayed at the cinema, the social and sexual revolutions of the 60s, the political landscape of the cold war and bringing our understanding up to date by examining how 21st century cinema reflects anxieties around technology and terrorism. If you would like to know more about the history of film or are simply interested in social and cultural history, this course is for you. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 6th May 2014, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 members and concs

TEN GREAT BRITISH DIRECTORS

Dir: Jeff Broadway United States 2013 94m

BFI FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM SCREENING (15)

FILM COURSES

From the silent era to the 60s we look at some of the key names in British cinema, versatile directors who crossed over many genres and worked for studios but with astonishing individualism. Some went to Hollywood but not before they stamped their impression on films that helped to define ideas of ‘Britishness’, both to audiences at home and around the world. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 Weeks Wednesday Afternoons commencing Wednesday 7th May, 2-4PM £70 / £50 members and concs

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m The time has come to dust off that film story and turn it into a script. If you already have a grasp of basic screenwriting skills then this course is your next step. Over an 8 week period of workshops and tutoring you will be guided through the processes of developing your story idea into a 5 page feature treatment or a first draft screenplay for your short. Between times you will need time to write if you are to get the most from this course. You will already have an idea in synopsis form, and will understand what is meant by Character, Story, Film Structure and Plot. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing 7th May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 members and concs

TALK CINEMA MAY 2014 90m Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor Sam Ward will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Sam Ward 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 8th May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members and concs (includes entrance into films)

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

TUE 15, FROM 6PM

INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement The Lunchbox, screening from the 11th April, we’ll have Indian food on the menu tonight.

FRI 11, FROM 9.30PM

CINEBAR: ELVIS: THAT’S THE WAY IT IS (U) 93m We are excited to host a very special bar event for Elvis Presley and Orion fans. Offering an exclusive sneak peek of new film-in-the-making by acclaimed director Jeanie Finlay - ORION: The Man Who Would Be King. The stranger than fiction story of the mystery masked singer that Sun Records sold as Elvis back from the grave. www.orionthemovie.com This is followed by one of the greatest music documentaries of all time,“That’s The Way It Is”.

THU 10, FROM 8.45PM

MUSIC

We are running three 2-day workshops, equipping you with business basics and essentials over a weekend, these sessions are designed to help you kickstart your business.

WED 9, 8PM

JE M'APPELLE HMMM...

SAT 5, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 6, 12 NOON ENCORE

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

APRIL 2014

QUIZZES

We have hosted a number of events and business development workshops specially designed for creatives; and are happy to announce our forthcoming Creative Weekenders.

CHILDREN IN THE WIND

FORBIDDEN GAMES

Creative Weekender: Kickstart Your Business!

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

Ali Groves, Gifted Scribble and ovrobin www.giftedscribble.co.uk | www.ovrobin.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding and Illustration

SUN 27, 5.45PM

MY MOVIE

11

FILM

Storms of emotion swep across a child’s face as he watches a show that we never see.

FRI 25, 5.30PM

JE M’APPELLE HMMM...

Preceded by TEN MINUTES OLDER

What made you want to set up your own business? For me, I don't really think it was a decision to 'start my own business'. It was probably more a question of how am I going to start my own business, something that has slowly evolved, a lot through trial and error, but the Projector classes have certainly helped me to fine tune and improve and also gain confidence in my abilities.

Oldrich is the runt of his village but he has imagination on his side. His village is in turmoil, because the Nazi occupiers have just retreated and the Red Army is advancing upon them. Beautifully shot and darkly ironic, this forgotten masterpiece jumbles reality, memory and fantasy to capture the intensity and confusion of childhood in a war zone.

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2014

Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history - and with good reason. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo.

THU 10, 8PM

Dir: Karel Kachyna Czech Republic

10

MET OPERA LIVE LA BOHÈME (12A) 205m

We’re delighted to be presenting two films from the London Festival and hope to welcome members of the cast and crew to the screenings. Our website www.broadway.org.uk will have more details nearer the time. LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC

Projector has worked with over 120 local emerging creative and digital content businesses; providing business advice to those just starting out and also businesses looking to grow; we are delighted to present a couple of them:

SPECIALS

APRIL 2014

FOOD

There’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known and rarely, if ever, shown in cinemas. This is the subject of Mark Cousin’s wonderful new documentary A Story of Children and Film showing here from the 4th April (see page 1 for details). This season gives you the chance to watch some of the films featured in A Story of Children and Film and we’ll be presenting more films throughout the coming months.

09

ADAPTATION.

APRIL 2014

DAVID BOWIE IN NICOLAS ROEG’S THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

08

BILL MURRAY IN WES ANDERSON’S - THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU

APRIL 2014

SAT 26, 8PM - 1AM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

THU 17, FROM 8.30PM NOTE CHANGE OF DAY FOR THIS MONTH

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the FILM QUIZ Broadway is proudly hosting a comedy film fun & there are prizes too. quiz in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Test your movie knowledge with our resident quiz master Colin. Plenty of prizes on offer (not all serious) and only £1 to join in.

HELLO THOR RECORDS 5TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Nottingham indie record label Hello Thor Records will be celebrating their 5th birthday with a free party in our CaféBar. There will be Hello Thor DJs, screenings of music videos, animations and visuals by Kneel Before Zod and a live performance by Moscow Youth Cult (presented in partnership with I Own You Records). Moscow Youth Cult make lush electronic pop music that is as noisy and abrasive as it is beautiful and joyous.

FREE


RENDEZ-VOUS WITH FRENCH CINEMA 2014

CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD

There are always challenges when starting and running a business, you have to be everything and more! Projector has helped me to find that balance between my creative practice and the business’s needs. It has also been really helpful to meet other creative business owners who are facing similar challenges. The 1-2-1 business advice has offered me a critical friend, and an external viewpoint.

The Cinema of Childhood season is curated by filmmaker Mark Cousins, presented by Filmhouse and supported by the BFI’s Programming Development Fund.

Jo Blaxill, Inbetween | www.inbetweencreative.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding, Direct Mail, Information Design and Web Design. Inbetween engaging audiences to communicate your brand.

TUE 8, 8PM

CROWS (CERT TBC) With English Subtitles Dir: Dorota Kedzierzawska Poland 1994 63m

Wrona (which means “crow” in Polish) is neglected by her mother, laughed at by her classmates and furious with the world. So she steals a cute little girl to become her surrogate mother, but she soon discovers just how hard being a parent really is.

FRI 4, 8PM

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC (CERT TBC)

VIDEO NASTIES: DRACONIAN DAYS + Q&A (18)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jake West United Kingdom 2014 80m

1965 134m

(dir Herz Frank Latvia 1978 10m)

MON 7, 8PM

• SAT 5 APRIL - SUN 6 APRIL 2014 • SAT 17 MAY - SUN 18 MAY 2014 • SEPTEMBER 2014 DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

(CERT TBC)

FORBIDDEN GAMES (12)

With English Subtitles Dir: Hiroshi Shimizu Japan 1937 88m

Sampei is a little rascal who leads his village gang with the Tarzan cry of his hero Johnny Weissmuller. But when his father is falsely imprisoned for fraud, his idyllic life falls apart. Sent to stay with his uncle, Sampei runs away any chance he gets. If only his father can clear his name, everything will be all right again. This luminous masterpiece is nearly 80 years old, but still shines brightly.

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF); Projector offers *FREE business support and advice to Creatives.*Subject to eligibility.

With English Subtitles Dir: Rene Clement France 1952 86m

German fighter planes massacre refugees fleeing Paris. A dazed little girl is left wandering the fields clutching her dead dog. She’s adopted by a peasant boy and brings her into his eccentric family. René Clément’s angry masterpiece blends tragedy and farce into a heart-breaking account of children caught in a war they can’t possibly understand.

THU 3, 6PM-7PM FREE ADMISSION

VENUS IN FUR (CERT TBC)

(CERT TBC)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Roman Polanski France 2013 96m

Dir: Agnès B. France 2013 121m

Starring: Emmanuelle Seigner,

Starring: Sylvie Testud, Jacques Bonnaffé

Mathieu Amalric

12-year-old Céline is running away. She is leaving behind an abusive father, an absent mother and a grandmother too naive to imagine what is going on at home. Hiding in a red truck, she meets Peter, a Scottish truck driver in his forties. Embarking on a surprising road trip, Céline experiences her first true moments of childhood with lightness and trust, and a new friend offering her a chance to finally have a normal life.

Thomas Novachek is struggling to cast the lead in his theatrical production of the notorious novella ‘Venus in Fur’. As if on cue, the abrasive and brash Vanda appears at the auditions. With the play already memorised and an unnerving way of completely inhabiting the dominatrix role, Vanda casts an intoxicating spell on Thomas that spirals into a power play beyond the stage. AF French Film Festival

Documentary Draconian Days takes us through the history of the subsequent dark age of British moral panics and censorship with great new interviews and shocking archive footage. We are joined by director Jake West and producer Marc Morris to discuss the legacy of censorship in the UK and by writer David Flint, whose book ‘Sheer Filth’ is launched after the screening.

Visit shinewithprojector.org.uk for more details on our forthcoming events and how to apply to the programme.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

PUSH BUTTON AND WAIT FOR SIGNAL

As a delivery partner for the BFI’s Film Academy Network Broadway has been working with 18 talented young film makers aged 16 to 19 from across the region to develop their filmmaking skills and prepare them for a career in the film industry. As part of the program the students have produced three short films featuring professional actors and shot using industry standard equipment. This a great opportunity to watch the shorts and meet the young and talented directors, producers and writers behind them.

ONE DAY COURSE

A DAY IN THE WORLD OF WES ANDERSON

SAT 26, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 27, 12 NOON ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE COSÌ FAN TUTTE (12A) 245m Music Director James Levine makes his long-awaited return to the Met podium to conduct Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

SUN 6, 2PM

SUN 20, 2PM

LOOKING FOR ERIC (15) 116m

LIVE AND LET DIE (PG) 122m

Eric Bishop is a football obsessed postman whose life is rapidly reaching crisis point. With no-one left to turn to, Eric tracks down his hero, the philosophising, trumpet-playing, footballing genius that is Eric Cantona, for a bit of life-coaching.

Roger Moore plays 007 for the first time and presides over the usual quota of eyebrow-raising action and unusual gadgets.

A career overview of one of America’s most distinctive and stylish contemporary directors, a man who creates beguiling and quirky stories and characters like no other current filmmaker. Despite a gallery of regular faces and stars in his films from the mid-1990s to the present day, each film somehow lives a life of its own. In this one-day appreciation of his work we’ll examine the ways in which his seven previous films hang together and provide a rounded view of Wes’s world. Tutor: Alan Seaman One Day Course Saturday 12th April 2014, 10.30AM - 4.30PM (with breaks) Price: £17 /£15 members and concessions

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY ANGUS. MARTINI TIME, SHAKEN NOT STIRRED.

CELEBRATING DIANE’S 50 YEARS OF FUN

SAT 5, 9.45PM

THU 24, 7PM

SUN 13, 2PM

SUN 27, 2PM

OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON: THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS (15)

VIKINGS LIVE FROM THE BRITISH MUSEUM (12A) 90m

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS (U) 90m

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (12A)

Henry Palfrey tries hard to impress but always loses out to the rotter Delauney. Then he discovers the Lifeman college run by “Professor” Potter and discovers the secrets of success. But has he the courage to put all his lessons into effect?

The true story of Captain Richard Phillips who surrendered himself to Somali pirates in order to free his crew.

A documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film features exclusive interviews with Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Common, Questlove, Talib Kweli, Mike D (The Beastie Boys), Tyler the Creator, and many more. Presented in association with

This special event offers an exclusive private view of the BP exhibition “Vikings: life and legend”. Introduced by British Museum Director Neil MacGregor and presented by historian and broadcaster Michael Wood, the exhibition will be brought to life by curators and experts. Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

ALPESH HITS 40!

134m

TO THE LOVELY PEOPLE OF GPD FROM YOUR SOCIAL AMBASSADORS

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

THE HISTORY OF FILM: CULTURE, SOCIETY AND CHANGE 90m This 10 week course will analyse a different decade of the 20th century each week to ‘archaeologically’ examine how film has reflected the changes in culture, society and politics. Starting with examples of films from the 1910s, we will discover the history of the 20th century as told through film; including how the war years were portrayed at the cinema, the social and sexual revolutions of the 60s, the political landscape of the cold war and bringing our understanding up to date by examining how 21st century cinema reflects anxieties around technology and terrorism. If you would like to know more about the history of film or are simply interested in social and cultural history, this course is for you. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 6th May 2014, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 members and concs

TEN GREAT BRITISH DIRECTORS

Dir: Jeff Broadway United States 2013 94m

BFI FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM SCREENING (15)

FILM COURSES

From the silent era to the 60s we look at some of the key names in British cinema, versatile directors who crossed over many genres and worked for studios but with astonishing individualism. Some went to Hollywood but not before they stamped their impression on films that helped to define ideas of ‘Britishness’, both to audiences at home and around the world. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 Weeks Wednesday Afternoons commencing Wednesday 7th May, 2-4PM £70 / £50 members and concs

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m The time has come to dust off that film story and turn it into a script. If you already have a grasp of basic screenwriting skills then this course is your next step. Over an 8 week period of workshops and tutoring you will be guided through the processes of developing your story idea into a 5 page feature treatment or a first draft screenplay for your short. Between times you will need time to write if you are to get the most from this course. You will already have an idea in synopsis form, and will understand what is meant by Character, Story, Film Structure and Plot. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing 7th May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 members and concs

TALK CINEMA MAY 2014 90m Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor Sam Ward will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Sam Ward 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 8th May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members and concs (includes entrance into films)

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

TUE 15, FROM 6PM

INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement The Lunchbox, screening from the 11th April, we’ll have Indian food on the menu tonight.

FRI 11, FROM 9.30PM

CINEBAR: ELVIS: THAT’S THE WAY IT IS (U) 93m We are excited to host a very special bar event for Elvis Presley and Orion fans. Offering an exclusive sneak peek of new film-in-the-making by acclaimed director Jeanie Finlay - ORION: The Man Who Would Be King. The stranger than fiction story of the mystery masked singer that Sun Records sold as Elvis back from the grave. www.orionthemovie.com This is followed by one of the greatest music documentaries of all time,“That’s The Way It Is”.

THU 10, FROM 8.45PM

MUSIC

We are running three 2-day workshops, equipping you with business basics and essentials over a weekend, these sessions are designed to help you kickstart your business.

WED 9, 8PM

JE M'APPELLE HMMM...

SAT 5, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 6, 12 NOON ENCORE

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

APRIL 2014

QUIZZES

We have hosted a number of events and business development workshops specially designed for creatives; and are happy to announce our forthcoming Creative Weekenders.

CHILDREN IN THE WIND

FORBIDDEN GAMES

Creative Weekender: Kickstart Your Business!

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

Ali Groves, Gifted Scribble and ovrobin www.giftedscribble.co.uk | www.ovrobin.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding and Illustration

SUN 27, 5.45PM

MY MOVIE

11

FILM

Storms of emotion swep across a child’s face as he watches a show that we never see.

FRI 25, 5.30PM

JE M’APPELLE HMMM...

Preceded by TEN MINUTES OLDER

What made you want to set up your own business? For me, I don't really think it was a decision to 'start my own business'. It was probably more a question of how am I going to start my own business, something that has slowly evolved, a lot through trial and error, but the Projector classes have certainly helped me to fine tune and improve and also gain confidence in my abilities.

Oldrich is the runt of his village but he has imagination on his side. His village is in turmoil, because the Nazi occupiers have just retreated and the Red Army is advancing upon them. Beautifully shot and darkly ironic, this forgotten masterpiece jumbles reality, memory and fantasy to capture the intensity and confusion of childhood in a war zone.

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2014

Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history - and with good reason. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo.

THU 10, 8PM

Dir: Karel Kachyna Czech Republic

10

MET OPERA LIVE LA BOHÈME (12A) 205m

We’re delighted to be presenting two films from the London Festival and hope to welcome members of the cast and crew to the screenings. Our website www.broadway.org.uk will have more details nearer the time. LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC

Projector has worked with over 120 local emerging creative and digital content businesses; providing business advice to those just starting out and also businesses looking to grow; we are delighted to present a couple of them:

SPECIALS

APRIL 2014

FOOD

There’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known and rarely, if ever, shown in cinemas. This is the subject of Mark Cousin’s wonderful new documentary A Story of Children and Film showing here from the 4th April (see page 1 for details). This season gives you the chance to watch some of the films featured in A Story of Children and Film and we’ll be presenting more films throughout the coming months.

09

ADAPTATION.

APRIL 2014

DAVID BOWIE IN NICOLAS ROEG’S THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

08

BILL MURRAY IN WES ANDERSON’S - THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU

APRIL 2014

SAT 26, 8PM - 1AM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

THU 17, FROM 8.30PM NOTE CHANGE OF DAY FOR THIS MONTH

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the FILM QUIZ Broadway is proudly hosting a comedy film fun & there are prizes too. quiz in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Test your movie knowledge with our resident quiz master Colin. Plenty of prizes on offer (not all serious) and only £1 to join in.

HELLO THOR RECORDS 5TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Nottingham indie record label Hello Thor Records will be celebrating their 5th birthday with a free party in our CaféBar. There will be Hello Thor DJs, screenings of music videos, animations and visuals by Kneel Before Zod and a live performance by Moscow Youth Cult (presented in partnership with I Own You Records). Moscow Youth Cult make lush electronic pop music that is as noisy and abrasive as it is beautiful and joyous.

FREE


RENDEZ-VOUS WITH FRENCH CINEMA 2014

CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD

There are always challenges when starting and running a business, you have to be everything and more! Projector has helped me to find that balance between my creative practice and the business’s needs. It has also been really helpful to meet other creative business owners who are facing similar challenges. The 1-2-1 business advice has offered me a critical friend, and an external viewpoint.

The Cinema of Childhood season is curated by filmmaker Mark Cousins, presented by Filmhouse and supported by the BFI’s Programming Development Fund.

Jo Blaxill, Inbetween | www.inbetweencreative.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding, Direct Mail, Information Design and Web Design. Inbetween engaging audiences to communicate your brand.

TUE 8, 8PM

CROWS (CERT TBC) With English Subtitles Dir: Dorota Kedzierzawska Poland 1994 63m

Wrona (which means “crow” in Polish) is neglected by her mother, laughed at by her classmates and furious with the world. So she steals a cute little girl to become her surrogate mother, but she soon discovers just how hard being a parent really is.

FRI 4, 8PM

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC (CERT TBC)

VIDEO NASTIES: DRACONIAN DAYS + Q&A (18)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jake West United Kingdom 2014 80m

1965 134m

(dir Herz Frank Latvia 1978 10m)

MON 7, 8PM

• SAT 5 APRIL - SUN 6 APRIL 2014 • SAT 17 MAY - SUN 18 MAY 2014 • SEPTEMBER 2014 DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

(CERT TBC)

FORBIDDEN GAMES (12)

With English Subtitles Dir: Hiroshi Shimizu Japan 1937 88m

Sampei is a little rascal who leads his village gang with the Tarzan cry of his hero Johnny Weissmuller. But when his father is falsely imprisoned for fraud, his idyllic life falls apart. Sent to stay with his uncle, Sampei runs away any chance he gets. If only his father can clear his name, everything will be all right again. This luminous masterpiece is nearly 80 years old, but still shines brightly.

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF); Projector offers *FREE business support and advice to Creatives.*Subject to eligibility.

With English Subtitles Dir: Rene Clement France 1952 86m

German fighter planes massacre refugees fleeing Paris. A dazed little girl is left wandering the fields clutching her dead dog. She’s adopted by a peasant boy and brings her into his eccentric family. René Clément’s angry masterpiece blends tragedy and farce into a heart-breaking account of children caught in a war they can’t possibly understand.

THU 3, 6PM-7PM FREE ADMISSION

VENUS IN FUR (CERT TBC)

(CERT TBC)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Roman Polanski France 2013 96m

Dir: Agnès B. France 2013 121m

Starring: Emmanuelle Seigner,

Starring: Sylvie Testud, Jacques Bonnaffé

Mathieu Amalric

12-year-old Céline is running away. She is leaving behind an abusive father, an absent mother and a grandmother too naive to imagine what is going on at home. Hiding in a red truck, she meets Peter, a Scottish truck driver in his forties. Embarking on a surprising road trip, Céline experiences her first true moments of childhood with lightness and trust, and a new friend offering her a chance to finally have a normal life.

Thomas Novachek is struggling to cast the lead in his theatrical production of the notorious novella ‘Venus in Fur’. As if on cue, the abrasive and brash Vanda appears at the auditions. With the play already memorised and an unnerving way of completely inhabiting the dominatrix role, Vanda casts an intoxicating spell on Thomas that spirals into a power play beyond the stage. AF French Film Festival

Documentary Draconian Days takes us through the history of the subsequent dark age of British moral panics and censorship with great new interviews and shocking archive footage. We are joined by director Jake West and producer Marc Morris to discuss the legacy of censorship in the UK and by writer David Flint, whose book ‘Sheer Filth’ is launched after the screening.

Visit shinewithprojector.org.uk for more details on our forthcoming events and how to apply to the programme.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

PUSH BUTTON AND WAIT FOR SIGNAL

As a delivery partner for the BFI’s Film Academy Network Broadway has been working with 18 talented young film makers aged 16 to 19 from across the region to develop their filmmaking skills and prepare them for a career in the film industry. As part of the program the students have produced three short films featuring professional actors and shot using industry standard equipment. This a great opportunity to watch the shorts and meet the young and talented directors, producers and writers behind them.

ONE DAY COURSE

A DAY IN THE WORLD OF WES ANDERSON

SAT 26, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 27, 12 NOON ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE COSÌ FAN TUTTE (12A) 245m Music Director James Levine makes his long-awaited return to the Met podium to conduct Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

SUN 6, 2PM

SUN 20, 2PM

LOOKING FOR ERIC (15) 116m

LIVE AND LET DIE (PG) 122m

Eric Bishop is a football obsessed postman whose life is rapidly reaching crisis point. With no-one left to turn to, Eric tracks down his hero, the philosophising, trumpet-playing, footballing genius that is Eric Cantona, for a bit of life-coaching.

Roger Moore plays 007 for the first time and presides over the usual quota of eyebrow-raising action and unusual gadgets.

A career overview of one of America’s most distinctive and stylish contemporary directors, a man who creates beguiling and quirky stories and characters like no other current filmmaker. Despite a gallery of regular faces and stars in his films from the mid-1990s to the present day, each film somehow lives a life of its own. In this one-day appreciation of his work we’ll examine the ways in which his seven previous films hang together and provide a rounded view of Wes’s world. Tutor: Alan Seaman One Day Course Saturday 12th April 2014, 10.30AM - 4.30PM (with breaks) Price: £17 /£15 members and concessions

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY ANGUS. MARTINI TIME, SHAKEN NOT STIRRED.

CELEBRATING DIANE’S 50 YEARS OF FUN

SAT 5, 9.45PM

THU 24, 7PM

SUN 13, 2PM

SUN 27, 2PM

OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON: THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS (15)

VIKINGS LIVE FROM THE BRITISH MUSEUM (12A) 90m

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS (U) 90m

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (12A)

Henry Palfrey tries hard to impress but always loses out to the rotter Delauney. Then he discovers the Lifeman college run by “Professor” Potter and discovers the secrets of success. But has he the courage to put all his lessons into effect?

The true story of Captain Richard Phillips who surrendered himself to Somali pirates in order to free his crew.

A documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film features exclusive interviews with Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Common, Questlove, Talib Kweli, Mike D (The Beastie Boys), Tyler the Creator, and many more. Presented in association with

This special event offers an exclusive private view of the BP exhibition “Vikings: life and legend”. Introduced by British Museum Director Neil MacGregor and presented by historian and broadcaster Michael Wood, the exhibition will be brought to life by curators and experts. Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

ALPESH HITS 40!

134m

TO THE LOVELY PEOPLE OF GPD FROM YOUR SOCIAL AMBASSADORS

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

THE HISTORY OF FILM: CULTURE, SOCIETY AND CHANGE 90m This 10 week course will analyse a different decade of the 20th century each week to ‘archaeologically’ examine how film has reflected the changes in culture, society and politics. Starting with examples of films from the 1910s, we will discover the history of the 20th century as told through film; including how the war years were portrayed at the cinema, the social and sexual revolutions of the 60s, the political landscape of the cold war and bringing our understanding up to date by examining how 21st century cinema reflects anxieties around technology and terrorism. If you would like to know more about the history of film or are simply interested in social and cultural history, this course is for you. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 6th May 2014, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 members and concs

TEN GREAT BRITISH DIRECTORS

Dir: Jeff Broadway United States 2013 94m

BFI FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM SCREENING (15)

FILM COURSES

From the silent era to the 60s we look at some of the key names in British cinema, versatile directors who crossed over many genres and worked for studios but with astonishing individualism. Some went to Hollywood but not before they stamped their impression on films that helped to define ideas of ‘Britishness’, both to audiences at home and around the world. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 Weeks Wednesday Afternoons commencing Wednesday 7th May, 2-4PM £70 / £50 members and concs

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m The time has come to dust off that film story and turn it into a script. If you already have a grasp of basic screenwriting skills then this course is your next step. Over an 8 week period of workshops and tutoring you will be guided through the processes of developing your story idea into a 5 page feature treatment or a first draft screenplay for your short. Between times you will need time to write if you are to get the most from this course. You will already have an idea in synopsis form, and will understand what is meant by Character, Story, Film Structure and Plot. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing 7th May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 members and concs

TALK CINEMA MAY 2014 90m Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor Sam Ward will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Sam Ward 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 8th May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members and concs (includes entrance into films)

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

TUE 15, FROM 6PM

INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement The Lunchbox, screening from the 11th April, we’ll have Indian food on the menu tonight.

FRI 11, FROM 9.30PM

CINEBAR: ELVIS: THAT’S THE WAY IT IS (U) 93m We are excited to host a very special bar event for Elvis Presley and Orion fans. Offering an exclusive sneak peek of new film-in-the-making by acclaimed director Jeanie Finlay - ORION: The Man Who Would Be King. The stranger than fiction story of the mystery masked singer that Sun Records sold as Elvis back from the grave. www.orionthemovie.com This is followed by one of the greatest music documentaries of all time,“That’s The Way It Is”.

THU 10, FROM 8.45PM

MUSIC

We are running three 2-day workshops, equipping you with business basics and essentials over a weekend, these sessions are designed to help you kickstart your business.

WED 9, 8PM

JE M'APPELLE HMMM...

SAT 5, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 6, 12 NOON ENCORE

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

APRIL 2014

QUIZZES

We have hosted a number of events and business development workshops specially designed for creatives; and are happy to announce our forthcoming Creative Weekenders.

CHILDREN IN THE WIND

FORBIDDEN GAMES

Creative Weekender: Kickstart Your Business!

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

Ali Groves, Gifted Scribble and ovrobin www.giftedscribble.co.uk | www.ovrobin.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding and Illustration

SUN 27, 5.45PM

MY MOVIE

11

FILM

Storms of emotion swep across a child’s face as he watches a show that we never see.

FRI 25, 5.30PM

JE M’APPELLE HMMM...

Preceded by TEN MINUTES OLDER

What made you want to set up your own business? For me, I don't really think it was a decision to 'start my own business'. It was probably more a question of how am I going to start my own business, something that has slowly evolved, a lot through trial and error, but the Projector classes have certainly helped me to fine tune and improve and also gain confidence in my abilities.

Oldrich is the runt of his village but he has imagination on his side. His village is in turmoil, because the Nazi occupiers have just retreated and the Red Army is advancing upon them. Beautifully shot and darkly ironic, this forgotten masterpiece jumbles reality, memory and fantasy to capture the intensity and confusion of childhood in a war zone.

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2014

Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history - and with good reason. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo.

THU 10, 8PM

Dir: Karel Kachyna Czech Republic

10

MET OPERA LIVE LA BOHÈME (12A) 205m

We’re delighted to be presenting two films from the London Festival and hope to welcome members of the cast and crew to the screenings. Our website www.broadway.org.uk will have more details nearer the time. LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC

Projector has worked with over 120 local emerging creative and digital content businesses; providing business advice to those just starting out and also businesses looking to grow; we are delighted to present a couple of them:

SPECIALS

APRIL 2014

FOOD

There’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known and rarely, if ever, shown in cinemas. This is the subject of Mark Cousin’s wonderful new documentary A Story of Children and Film showing here from the 4th April (see page 1 for details). This season gives you the chance to watch some of the films featured in A Story of Children and Film and we’ll be presenting more films throughout the coming months.

09

ADAPTATION.

APRIL 2014

DAVID BOWIE IN NICOLAS ROEG’S THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

08

BILL MURRAY IN WES ANDERSON’S - THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU

APRIL 2014

SAT 26, 8PM - 1AM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

THU 17, FROM 8.30PM NOTE CHANGE OF DAY FOR THIS MONTH

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the FILM QUIZ Broadway is proudly hosting a comedy film fun & there are prizes too. quiz in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Test your movie knowledge with our resident quiz master Colin. Plenty of prizes on offer (not all serious) and only £1 to join in.

HELLO THOR RECORDS 5TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Nottingham indie record label Hello Thor Records will be celebrating their 5th birthday with a free party in our CaféBar. There will be Hello Thor DJs, screenings of music videos, animations and visuals by Kneel Before Zod and a live performance by Moscow Youth Cult (presented in partnership with I Own You Records). Moscow Youth Cult make lush electronic pop music that is as noisy and abrasive as it is beautiful and joyous.

FREE


RENDEZ-VOUS WITH FRENCH CINEMA 2014

CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD

There are always challenges when starting and running a business, you have to be everything and more! Projector has helped me to find that balance between my creative practice and the business’s needs. It has also been really helpful to meet other creative business owners who are facing similar challenges. The 1-2-1 business advice has offered me a critical friend, and an external viewpoint.

The Cinema of Childhood season is curated by filmmaker Mark Cousins, presented by Filmhouse and supported by the BFI’s Programming Development Fund.

Jo Blaxill, Inbetween | www.inbetweencreative.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding, Direct Mail, Information Design and Web Design. Inbetween engaging audiences to communicate your brand.

TUE 8, 8PM

CROWS (CERT TBC) With English Subtitles Dir: Dorota Kedzierzawska Poland 1994 63m

Wrona (which means “crow” in Polish) is neglected by her mother, laughed at by her classmates and furious with the world. So she steals a cute little girl to become her surrogate mother, but she soon discovers just how hard being a parent really is.

FRI 4, 8PM

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC (CERT TBC)

VIDEO NASTIES: DRACONIAN DAYS + Q&A (18)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jake West United Kingdom 2014 80m

1965 134m

(dir Herz Frank Latvia 1978 10m)

MON 7, 8PM

• SAT 5 APRIL - SUN 6 APRIL 2014 • SAT 17 MAY - SUN 18 MAY 2014 • SEPTEMBER 2014 DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

(CERT TBC)

FORBIDDEN GAMES (12)

With English Subtitles Dir: Hiroshi Shimizu Japan 1937 88m

Sampei is a little rascal who leads his village gang with the Tarzan cry of his hero Johnny Weissmuller. But when his father is falsely imprisoned for fraud, his idyllic life falls apart. Sent to stay with his uncle, Sampei runs away any chance he gets. If only his father can clear his name, everything will be all right again. This luminous masterpiece is nearly 80 years old, but still shines brightly.

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF); Projector offers *FREE business support and advice to Creatives.*Subject to eligibility.

With English Subtitles Dir: Rene Clement France 1952 86m

German fighter planes massacre refugees fleeing Paris. A dazed little girl is left wandering the fields clutching her dead dog. She’s adopted by a peasant boy and brings her into his eccentric family. René Clément’s angry masterpiece blends tragedy and farce into a heart-breaking account of children caught in a war they can’t possibly understand.

THU 3, 6PM-7PM FREE ADMISSION

VENUS IN FUR (CERT TBC)

(CERT TBC)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Roman Polanski France 2013 96m

Dir: Agnès B. France 2013 121m

Starring: Emmanuelle Seigner,

Starring: Sylvie Testud, Jacques Bonnaffé

Mathieu Amalric

12-year-old Céline is running away. She is leaving behind an abusive father, an absent mother and a grandmother too naive to imagine what is going on at home. Hiding in a red truck, she meets Peter, a Scottish truck driver in his forties. Embarking on a surprising road trip, Céline experiences her first true moments of childhood with lightness and trust, and a new friend offering her a chance to finally have a normal life.

Thomas Novachek is struggling to cast the lead in his theatrical production of the notorious novella ‘Venus in Fur’. As if on cue, the abrasive and brash Vanda appears at the auditions. With the play already memorised and an unnerving way of completely inhabiting the dominatrix role, Vanda casts an intoxicating spell on Thomas that spirals into a power play beyond the stage. AF French Film Festival

Documentary Draconian Days takes us through the history of the subsequent dark age of British moral panics and censorship with great new interviews and shocking archive footage. We are joined by director Jake West and producer Marc Morris to discuss the legacy of censorship in the UK and by writer David Flint, whose book ‘Sheer Filth’ is launched after the screening.

Visit shinewithprojector.org.uk for more details on our forthcoming events and how to apply to the programme.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

PUSH BUTTON AND WAIT FOR SIGNAL

As a delivery partner for the BFI’s Film Academy Network Broadway has been working with 18 talented young film makers aged 16 to 19 from across the region to develop their filmmaking skills and prepare them for a career in the film industry. As part of the program the students have produced three short films featuring professional actors and shot using industry standard equipment. This a great opportunity to watch the shorts and meet the young and talented directors, producers and writers behind them.

ONE DAY COURSE

A DAY IN THE WORLD OF WES ANDERSON

SAT 26, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 27, 12 NOON ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE COSÌ FAN TUTTE (12A) 245m Music Director James Levine makes his long-awaited return to the Met podium to conduct Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

SUN 6, 2PM

SUN 20, 2PM

LOOKING FOR ERIC (15) 116m

LIVE AND LET DIE (PG) 122m

Eric Bishop is a football obsessed postman whose life is rapidly reaching crisis point. With no-one left to turn to, Eric tracks down his hero, the philosophising, trumpet-playing, footballing genius that is Eric Cantona, for a bit of life-coaching.

Roger Moore plays 007 for the first time and presides over the usual quota of eyebrow-raising action and unusual gadgets.

A career overview of one of America’s most distinctive and stylish contemporary directors, a man who creates beguiling and quirky stories and characters like no other current filmmaker. Despite a gallery of regular faces and stars in his films from the mid-1990s to the present day, each film somehow lives a life of its own. In this one-day appreciation of his work we’ll examine the ways in which his seven previous films hang together and provide a rounded view of Wes’s world. Tutor: Alan Seaman One Day Course Saturday 12th April 2014, 10.30AM - 4.30PM (with breaks) Price: £17 /£15 members and concessions

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY ANGUS. MARTINI TIME, SHAKEN NOT STIRRED.

CELEBRATING DIANE’S 50 YEARS OF FUN

SAT 5, 9.45PM

THU 24, 7PM

SUN 13, 2PM

SUN 27, 2PM

OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON: THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS (15)

VIKINGS LIVE FROM THE BRITISH MUSEUM (12A) 90m

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS (U) 90m

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (12A)

Henry Palfrey tries hard to impress but always loses out to the rotter Delauney. Then he discovers the Lifeman college run by “Professor” Potter and discovers the secrets of success. But has he the courage to put all his lessons into effect?

The true story of Captain Richard Phillips who surrendered himself to Somali pirates in order to free his crew.

A documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film features exclusive interviews with Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Common, Questlove, Talib Kweli, Mike D (The Beastie Boys), Tyler the Creator, and many more. Presented in association with

This special event offers an exclusive private view of the BP exhibition “Vikings: life and legend”. Introduced by British Museum Director Neil MacGregor and presented by historian and broadcaster Michael Wood, the exhibition will be brought to life by curators and experts. Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

ALPESH HITS 40!

134m

TO THE LOVELY PEOPLE OF GPD FROM YOUR SOCIAL AMBASSADORS

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

THE HISTORY OF FILM: CULTURE, SOCIETY AND CHANGE 90m This 10 week course will analyse a different decade of the 20th century each week to ‘archaeologically’ examine how film has reflected the changes in culture, society and politics. Starting with examples of films from the 1910s, we will discover the history of the 20th century as told through film; including how the war years were portrayed at the cinema, the social and sexual revolutions of the 60s, the political landscape of the cold war and bringing our understanding up to date by examining how 21st century cinema reflects anxieties around technology and terrorism. If you would like to know more about the history of film or are simply interested in social and cultural history, this course is for you. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 6th May 2014, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 members and concs

TEN GREAT BRITISH DIRECTORS

Dir: Jeff Broadway United States 2013 94m

BFI FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM SCREENING (15)

FILM COURSES

From the silent era to the 60s we look at some of the key names in British cinema, versatile directors who crossed over many genres and worked for studios but with astonishing individualism. Some went to Hollywood but not before they stamped their impression on films that helped to define ideas of ‘Britishness’, both to audiences at home and around the world. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 Weeks Wednesday Afternoons commencing Wednesday 7th May, 2-4PM £70 / £50 members and concs

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m The time has come to dust off that film story and turn it into a script. If you already have a grasp of basic screenwriting skills then this course is your next step. Over an 8 week period of workshops and tutoring you will be guided through the processes of developing your story idea into a 5 page feature treatment or a first draft screenplay for your short. Between times you will need time to write if you are to get the most from this course. You will already have an idea in synopsis form, and will understand what is meant by Character, Story, Film Structure and Plot. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing 7th May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 members and concs

TALK CINEMA MAY 2014 90m Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor Sam Ward will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Sam Ward 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 8th May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members and concs (includes entrance into films)

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

TUE 15, FROM 6PM

INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement The Lunchbox, screening from the 11th April, we’ll have Indian food on the menu tonight.

FRI 11, FROM 9.30PM

CINEBAR: ELVIS: THAT’S THE WAY IT IS (U) 93m We are excited to host a very special bar event for Elvis Presley and Orion fans. Offering an exclusive sneak peek of new film-in-the-making by acclaimed director Jeanie Finlay - ORION: The Man Who Would Be King. The stranger than fiction story of the mystery masked singer that Sun Records sold as Elvis back from the grave. www.orionthemovie.com This is followed by one of the greatest music documentaries of all time,“That’s The Way It Is”.

THU 10, FROM 8.45PM

MUSIC

We are running three 2-day workshops, equipping you with business basics and essentials over a weekend, these sessions are designed to help you kickstart your business.

WED 9, 8PM

JE M'APPELLE HMMM...

SAT 5, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 6, 12 NOON ENCORE

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

APRIL 2014

QUIZZES

We have hosted a number of events and business development workshops specially designed for creatives; and are happy to announce our forthcoming Creative Weekenders.

CHILDREN IN THE WIND

FORBIDDEN GAMES

Creative Weekender: Kickstart Your Business!

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

Ali Groves, Gifted Scribble and ovrobin www.giftedscribble.co.uk | www.ovrobin.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding and Illustration

SUN 27, 5.45PM

MY MOVIE

11

FILM

Storms of emotion swep across a child’s face as he watches a show that we never see.

FRI 25, 5.30PM

JE M’APPELLE HMMM...

Preceded by TEN MINUTES OLDER

What made you want to set up your own business? For me, I don't really think it was a decision to 'start my own business'. It was probably more a question of how am I going to start my own business, something that has slowly evolved, a lot through trial and error, but the Projector classes have certainly helped me to fine tune and improve and also gain confidence in my abilities.

Oldrich is the runt of his village but he has imagination on his side. His village is in turmoil, because the Nazi occupiers have just retreated and the Red Army is advancing upon them. Beautifully shot and darkly ironic, this forgotten masterpiece jumbles reality, memory and fantasy to capture the intensity and confusion of childhood in a war zone.

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2014

Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history - and with good reason. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo.

THU 10, 8PM

Dir: Karel Kachyna Czech Republic

10

MET OPERA LIVE LA BOHÈME (12A) 205m

We’re delighted to be presenting two films from the London Festival and hope to welcome members of the cast and crew to the screenings. Our website www.broadway.org.uk will have more details nearer the time. LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC

Projector has worked with over 120 local emerging creative and digital content businesses; providing business advice to those just starting out and also businesses looking to grow; we are delighted to present a couple of them:

SPECIALS

APRIL 2014

FOOD

There’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known and rarely, if ever, shown in cinemas. This is the subject of Mark Cousin’s wonderful new documentary A Story of Children and Film showing here from the 4th April (see page 1 for details). This season gives you the chance to watch some of the films featured in A Story of Children and Film and we’ll be presenting more films throughout the coming months.

09

ADAPTATION.

APRIL 2014

DAVID BOWIE IN NICOLAS ROEG’S THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

08

BILL MURRAY IN WES ANDERSON’S - THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU

APRIL 2014

SAT 26, 8PM - 1AM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

THU 17, FROM 8.30PM NOTE CHANGE OF DAY FOR THIS MONTH

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the FILM QUIZ Broadway is proudly hosting a comedy film fun & there are prizes too. quiz in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Test your movie knowledge with our resident quiz master Colin. Plenty of prizes on offer (not all serious) and only £1 to join in.

HELLO THOR RECORDS 5TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Nottingham indie record label Hello Thor Records will be celebrating their 5th birthday with a free party in our CaféBar. There will be Hello Thor DJs, screenings of music videos, animations and visuals by Kneel Before Zod and a live performance by Moscow Youth Cult (presented in partnership with I Own You Records). Moscow Youth Cult make lush electronic pop music that is as noisy and abrasive as it is beautiful and joyous.

FREE


RENDEZ-VOUS WITH FRENCH CINEMA 2014

CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD

There are always challenges when starting and running a business, you have to be everything and more! Projector has helped me to find that balance between my creative practice and the business’s needs. It has also been really helpful to meet other creative business owners who are facing similar challenges. The 1-2-1 business advice has offered me a critical friend, and an external viewpoint.

The Cinema of Childhood season is curated by filmmaker Mark Cousins, presented by Filmhouse and supported by the BFI’s Programming Development Fund.

Jo Blaxill, Inbetween | www.inbetweencreative.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding, Direct Mail, Information Design and Web Design. Inbetween engaging audiences to communicate your brand.

TUE 8, 8PM

CROWS (CERT TBC) With English Subtitles Dir: Dorota Kedzierzawska Poland 1994 63m

Wrona (which means “crow” in Polish) is neglected by her mother, laughed at by her classmates and furious with the world. So she steals a cute little girl to become her surrogate mother, but she soon discovers just how hard being a parent really is.

FRI 4, 8PM

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC (CERT TBC)

VIDEO NASTIES: DRACONIAN DAYS + Q&A (18)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jake West United Kingdom 2014 80m

1965 134m

(dir Herz Frank Latvia 1978 10m)

MON 7, 8PM

• SAT 5 APRIL - SUN 6 APRIL 2014 • SAT 17 MAY - SUN 18 MAY 2014 • SEPTEMBER 2014 DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

(CERT TBC)

FORBIDDEN GAMES (12)

With English Subtitles Dir: Hiroshi Shimizu Japan 1937 88m

Sampei is a little rascal who leads his village gang with the Tarzan cry of his hero Johnny Weissmuller. But when his father is falsely imprisoned for fraud, his idyllic life falls apart. Sent to stay with his uncle, Sampei runs away any chance he gets. If only his father can clear his name, everything will be all right again. This luminous masterpiece is nearly 80 years old, but still shines brightly.

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF); Projector offers *FREE business support and advice to Creatives.*Subject to eligibility.

With English Subtitles Dir: Rene Clement France 1952 86m

German fighter planes massacre refugees fleeing Paris. A dazed little girl is left wandering the fields clutching her dead dog. She’s adopted by a peasant boy and brings her into his eccentric family. René Clément’s angry masterpiece blends tragedy and farce into a heart-breaking account of children caught in a war they can’t possibly understand.

THU 3, 6PM-7PM FREE ADMISSION

VENUS IN FUR (CERT TBC)

(CERT TBC)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Roman Polanski France 2013 96m

Dir: Agnès B. France 2013 121m

Starring: Emmanuelle Seigner,

Starring: Sylvie Testud, Jacques Bonnaffé

Mathieu Amalric

12-year-old Céline is running away. She is leaving behind an abusive father, an absent mother and a grandmother too naive to imagine what is going on at home. Hiding in a red truck, she meets Peter, a Scottish truck driver in his forties. Embarking on a surprising road trip, Céline experiences her first true moments of childhood with lightness and trust, and a new friend offering her a chance to finally have a normal life.

Thomas Novachek is struggling to cast the lead in his theatrical production of the notorious novella ‘Venus in Fur’. As if on cue, the abrasive and brash Vanda appears at the auditions. With the play already memorised and an unnerving way of completely inhabiting the dominatrix role, Vanda casts an intoxicating spell on Thomas that spirals into a power play beyond the stage. AF French Film Festival

Documentary Draconian Days takes us through the history of the subsequent dark age of British moral panics and censorship with great new interviews and shocking archive footage. We are joined by director Jake West and producer Marc Morris to discuss the legacy of censorship in the UK and by writer David Flint, whose book ‘Sheer Filth’ is launched after the screening.

Visit shinewithprojector.org.uk for more details on our forthcoming events and how to apply to the programme.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

PUSH BUTTON AND WAIT FOR SIGNAL

As a delivery partner for the BFI’s Film Academy Network Broadway has been working with 18 talented young film makers aged 16 to 19 from across the region to develop their filmmaking skills and prepare them for a career in the film industry. As part of the program the students have produced three short films featuring professional actors and shot using industry standard equipment. This a great opportunity to watch the shorts and meet the young and talented directors, producers and writers behind them.

ONE DAY COURSE

A DAY IN THE WORLD OF WES ANDERSON

SAT 26, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 27, 12 NOON ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE COSÌ FAN TUTTE (12A) 245m Music Director James Levine makes his long-awaited return to the Met podium to conduct Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

SUN 6, 2PM

SUN 20, 2PM

LOOKING FOR ERIC (15) 116m

LIVE AND LET DIE (PG) 122m

Eric Bishop is a football obsessed postman whose life is rapidly reaching crisis point. With no-one left to turn to, Eric tracks down his hero, the philosophising, trumpet-playing, footballing genius that is Eric Cantona, for a bit of life-coaching.

Roger Moore plays 007 for the first time and presides over the usual quota of eyebrow-raising action and unusual gadgets.

A career overview of one of America’s most distinctive and stylish contemporary directors, a man who creates beguiling and quirky stories and characters like no other current filmmaker. Despite a gallery of regular faces and stars in his films from the mid-1990s to the present day, each film somehow lives a life of its own. In this one-day appreciation of his work we’ll examine the ways in which his seven previous films hang together and provide a rounded view of Wes’s world. Tutor: Alan Seaman One Day Course Saturday 12th April 2014, 10.30AM - 4.30PM (with breaks) Price: £17 /£15 members and concessions

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY ANGUS. MARTINI TIME, SHAKEN NOT STIRRED.

CELEBRATING DIANE’S 50 YEARS OF FUN

SAT 5, 9.45PM

THU 24, 7PM

SUN 13, 2PM

SUN 27, 2PM

OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON: THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS (15)

VIKINGS LIVE FROM THE BRITISH MUSEUM (12A) 90m

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS (U) 90m

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (12A)

Henry Palfrey tries hard to impress but always loses out to the rotter Delauney. Then he discovers the Lifeman college run by “Professor” Potter and discovers the secrets of success. But has he the courage to put all his lessons into effect?

The true story of Captain Richard Phillips who surrendered himself to Somali pirates in order to free his crew.

A documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film features exclusive interviews with Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Common, Questlove, Talib Kweli, Mike D (The Beastie Boys), Tyler the Creator, and many more. Presented in association with

This special event offers an exclusive private view of the BP exhibition “Vikings: life and legend”. Introduced by British Museum Director Neil MacGregor and presented by historian and broadcaster Michael Wood, the exhibition will be brought to life by curators and experts. Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

ALPESH HITS 40!

134m

TO THE LOVELY PEOPLE OF GPD FROM YOUR SOCIAL AMBASSADORS

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

THE HISTORY OF FILM: CULTURE, SOCIETY AND CHANGE 90m This 10 week course will analyse a different decade of the 20th century each week to ‘archaeologically’ examine how film has reflected the changes in culture, society and politics. Starting with examples of films from the 1910s, we will discover the history of the 20th century as told through film; including how the war years were portrayed at the cinema, the social and sexual revolutions of the 60s, the political landscape of the cold war and bringing our understanding up to date by examining how 21st century cinema reflects anxieties around technology and terrorism. If you would like to know more about the history of film or are simply interested in social and cultural history, this course is for you. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 6th May 2014, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 members and concs

TEN GREAT BRITISH DIRECTORS

Dir: Jeff Broadway United States 2013 94m

BFI FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM SCREENING (15)

FILM COURSES

From the silent era to the 60s we look at some of the key names in British cinema, versatile directors who crossed over many genres and worked for studios but with astonishing individualism. Some went to Hollywood but not before they stamped their impression on films that helped to define ideas of ‘Britishness’, both to audiences at home and around the world. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 Weeks Wednesday Afternoons commencing Wednesday 7th May, 2-4PM £70 / £50 members and concs

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m The time has come to dust off that film story and turn it into a script. If you already have a grasp of basic screenwriting skills then this course is your next step. Over an 8 week period of workshops and tutoring you will be guided through the processes of developing your story idea into a 5 page feature treatment or a first draft screenplay for your short. Between times you will need time to write if you are to get the most from this course. You will already have an idea in synopsis form, and will understand what is meant by Character, Story, Film Structure and Plot. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing 7th May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 members and concs

TALK CINEMA MAY 2014 90m Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor Sam Ward will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Sam Ward 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 8th May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members and concs (includes entrance into films)

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

TUE 15, FROM 6PM

INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement The Lunchbox, screening from the 11th April, we’ll have Indian food on the menu tonight.

FRI 11, FROM 9.30PM

CINEBAR: ELVIS: THAT’S THE WAY IT IS (U) 93m We are excited to host a very special bar event for Elvis Presley and Orion fans. Offering an exclusive sneak peek of new film-in-the-making by acclaimed director Jeanie Finlay - ORION: The Man Who Would Be King. The stranger than fiction story of the mystery masked singer that Sun Records sold as Elvis back from the grave. www.orionthemovie.com This is followed by one of the greatest music documentaries of all time,“That’s The Way It Is”.

THU 10, FROM 8.45PM

MUSIC

We are running three 2-day workshops, equipping you with business basics and essentials over a weekend, these sessions are designed to help you kickstart your business.

WED 9, 8PM

JE M'APPELLE HMMM...

SAT 5, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 6, 12 NOON ENCORE

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

APRIL 2014

QUIZZES

We have hosted a number of events and business development workshops specially designed for creatives; and are happy to announce our forthcoming Creative Weekenders.

CHILDREN IN THE WIND

FORBIDDEN GAMES

Creative Weekender: Kickstart Your Business!

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

Ali Groves, Gifted Scribble and ovrobin www.giftedscribble.co.uk | www.ovrobin.co.uk Creative Areas: Graphic Design, Branding and Illustration

SUN 27, 5.45PM

MY MOVIE

11

FILM

Storms of emotion swep across a child’s face as he watches a show that we never see.

FRI 25, 5.30PM

JE M’APPELLE HMMM...

Preceded by TEN MINUTES OLDER

What made you want to set up your own business? For me, I don't really think it was a decision to 'start my own business'. It was probably more a question of how am I going to start my own business, something that has slowly evolved, a lot through trial and error, but the Projector classes have certainly helped me to fine tune and improve and also gain confidence in my abilities.

Oldrich is the runt of his village but he has imagination on his side. His village is in turmoil, because the Nazi occupiers have just retreated and the Red Army is advancing upon them. Beautifully shot and darkly ironic, this forgotten masterpiece jumbles reality, memory and fantasy to capture the intensity and confusion of childhood in a war zone.

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2014

Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history - and with good reason. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo.

THU 10, 8PM

Dir: Karel Kachyna Czech Republic

10

MET OPERA LIVE LA BOHÈME (12A) 205m

We’re delighted to be presenting two films from the London Festival and hope to welcome members of the cast and crew to the screenings. Our website www.broadway.org.uk will have more details nearer the time. LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC

Projector has worked with over 120 local emerging creative and digital content businesses; providing business advice to those just starting out and also businesses looking to grow; we are delighted to present a couple of them:

SPECIALS

APRIL 2014

FOOD

There’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known and rarely, if ever, shown in cinemas. This is the subject of Mark Cousin’s wonderful new documentary A Story of Children and Film showing here from the 4th April (see page 1 for details). This season gives you the chance to watch some of the films featured in A Story of Children and Film and we’ll be presenting more films throughout the coming months.

09

ADAPTATION.

APRIL 2014

DAVID BOWIE IN NICOLAS ROEG’S THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

08

BILL MURRAY IN WES ANDERSON’S - THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU

APRIL 2014

SAT 26, 8PM - 1AM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

THU 17, FROM 8.30PM NOTE CHANGE OF DAY FOR THIS MONTH

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the FILM QUIZ Broadway is proudly hosting a comedy film fun & there are prizes too. quiz in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Test your movie knowledge with our resident quiz master Colin. Plenty of prizes on offer (not all serious) and only £1 to join in.

HELLO THOR RECORDS 5TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Nottingham indie record label Hello Thor Records will be celebrating their 5th birthday with a free party in our CaféBar. There will be Hello Thor DJs, screenings of music videos, animations and visuals by Kneel Before Zod and a live performance by Moscow Youth Cult (presented in partnership with I Own You Records). Moscow Youth Cult make lush electronic pop music that is as noisy and abrasive as it is beautiful and joyous.

FREE

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