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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

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Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 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.

TRANCE (15) 101m

FROM FRI 5

SAT 13 & SUN 14

FROM FRI 12

A LATE QUARTET (15)

A LATE QUARTET THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED PROMISED LAND

MON 15 - TUE 16

WED 17 - THU 18

FROM FRI 19

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

FLIGHT (15)

WEST OF MEMPHIS (15)

SIDE BY SIDE (15)

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15)

PROMISED LAND (cert tbc)

THE LOOK OF LOVE (18)

Dir: Robert Zemeckis United States 2012

Dir: Amy Berg United States 2012 147m

Dir: Chris Kenneally United States 2012 99m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Gus Van Sant United States 2012 rt tbc

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

Starring: Catherine Keener,

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2013

138m

2013 101m

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15) 103m

Starring: Denzel Washington

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Trine Dyrholm

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U) 104m

Pilot Whip Whitacker, after an all-nighter of booze, sex and drugs, boldly guides a crippled airliner to a crash landing. Although he is acclaimed as a hero, the legal, moral and ethical aspects of Whip’s behaviour before and after the accident are much more ambiguous than initially meet the public eye. A study of addiction far more complex than the norm, Flight is a compelling drama anchored by a great performance from Denzel Washington.

An entertaining environmental activist film about the dangers of drilling for natural gas, aka fracking. Matt Damon and Frances McDormand play a duo of energy company executives out to convince down-on-their-luck farmers in a rural Midwestern town to sell their land to the corporation, glibly promising them instant wealth. When they encounter opposition from a retired science professor and from a personable environmentalist, who launches a fervent campaign to thwart them, Damon’s character begins to have second thoughts. Gus Van Sant directs from a script by Damon and Krasinski from a story by Dave Eggers.

Starring: Steve Coogan, Stephen Fry, Anna Friel

Yaron Zilberman’s civilised delight provides Christopher Walken with one of his best roles in recent years as Peter, the founding member of a successful string quartet. As the quartet prepare to celebrate their silver anniversary with a recital of Beethoven’s Late String Quartets, Peter is diagnosed with a degenerative illness. It is a moment when everything he has worked for starts to fall apart, including the marriage of second violinist Robert and violist Juliette. Restoring the delicate harmony of the group is the basis of this wise, beautifully acted drama with a wonderful classical soundtrack.

George Lucas, James Cameron, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese discuss the advantages of digital cinematography over traditional film in this documentary examining all aspects of filmmaking, from capture to edit, visual effects to colour correction and distribution to archive. At this moment when digital and photochemical filmmaking coexist, Side By Side explores what has been gained, what is lost, and what the future might bring.

Starring: Frances McDormand, Matt Damon

141m

A staggering, eye-opening account of an ongoing whodunit, and one of the grossest miscarriages of justice in recent US history. In 1993, three young boys were found mutilated in Arkansas. Authorities swiftly pinned the crime on a trio of teenage boys, dubbed the ‘West Memphis Three’; two were put away for life, the other sentenced to death. Then signs emerged that cast doubt on the convictions and after 17 years behind bars, the trio were released. West of Memphis presents a fascinating account of this astounding case and uncovers damning new evidence that points towards a killer who still walks free.

Dir: Susanne Bier Denmark 2012 116m

Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman

Reunited after their unforgettable collaboration on Blue Valentine, Ryan Gosling and writer/director Derek Cianfrance have created a supremely stylish crime drama that matures into a rich, complex tale of family, fate, guilt and the unbearable demands of modern masculinity. Gosling is a motorcycle stunt rider and happy to drift from town to town, free of commitments or restrictions. When he discovers that he has a baby son, he takes the responsibility seriously. Robbing banks is his means of family support but that soon puts him at odds with an ambitious cop with an idealistic belief in justice. Both men must address the sins of the past in a powerful American epic.

Glasgow Film Festival

New York Film Festival

Tired of shrill, soulless Hollywood romantic comedies? Susanne Bier’s delightful Love is All You Need could restore your faith in the entire genre. Recovering from chemotherapy, Trine Dyrholm’s Ida discovers her boorish husband’s infidelity in the worst possible way. She leaves alone for their daughter’s dream wedding at a beautiful Italian villa in Sorrento. When soon to be ex-hubby joins the wedding party with his new conquest, the family’s ugly squabbles leave straitlaced widower Philip (Pierce Brosnan) wondering if his son has made the right choice. A sparkling, sun-kissed romantic charmer that will prove irresistible to anyone who believes that love can conquer all obstacles.

MON 15, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION This screening will include a 15-minute introduction starting at 7.45PM by the Nottingham Law School of Nottingham Trent University about the Innocence Project, which investigates potential miscarriages of justice in the UK.

Glasgow Film Festival

CAESAR MUST DIE (12A) With English Subtitles

BAFTA SHORTS (15) THU 25, FROM 6PM To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the cafebar menu tonight.

2012 77m

SWIMMER (BAFTA SHORTS)

SIDE BY SIDE

FLIGHT

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) 115m

IN THE LOUNGE

United Kingdom 2013 98m

A feature length selection of short live action and animated films from the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). The programme includes Swimmer by director Lynne Ramsay. See our website for more details. FRI 19, 6.15PM The first screening of this top-notch compilation will be in screen 4.

CAESAR MUST DIE

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m

A group of long term prisoners, incarcerated in a maximum security prison on the outskirts of Rome, are successively cast and rehearsed and then give a public performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. A vital, edgy film from renowned filmmaking duo the Taviani brothers, this is a sort of film-within-a-film, of a play; brilliantly blending documentary and drama by using a real prison and genuine inmates. Already highly acclaimed, Caesar Must Die won the top prize of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. London Film Festival

Welcome to the scandalous world of Paul Raymond, entrepreneur, impresario, and the “king of Soho.” Seeing mediocrity in the smutty sex parlours of London, Raymond unveils his first “gentlemen’s club” in 1958 and gradually builds an empire of clubs and erotic magazines that brings him vast wealth while affronting British sexual mores. It also brings a litany of obscenity charges, a failed marriage, troubled children, and personal tragedy. After struggling for years to bring Raymond’s story to the screen, Steve Coogan delivers a remarkable performance, fully inhabiting this complicated and contradictory man who seems almost tragic. Sundance Film Festival

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 4, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See website / March brochure.

TUE 30, 7.30PM POST-SCREENING Q&A WITH PAUL WILLETTS We’re very pleased to welcome to Broadway Paul Willetts author of the book on which The Look of Love is based. After the screening, Paul will talk about his book and about working on the film. This will be followed by a book-signing co-ordinated by Waterstones.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

Mon 1

Don’t Miss Finding Nemo (3D) or Oz The Great and Powerful (3D) over the Easter holidays. See website for details. Tue 2

LE PETIT NICOLAS (PG) 91m Wed 3

With English Subtitles

SAT 13, 1.15PM When eight-year-old Nicolas thinks he overhears that his mother is pregnant, he panics and hatches a mischievous plan... A quirky comedy that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (2D) (PG) 130m TUE 9, 10AM* & 1.30PM See website for details. *Please note earlier start time.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A LATE QUARTET (15) 106m THU 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

THE WIZARD OF OZ (U) 97m SAT 20, 1.30PM One of the best-loved fantasy films of all time, it’s a must for children and all who are young at heart.

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

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APRIL 2013

Thu 4

FROM FRI 19

Glasgow Film Festival

Directors: Vittorio & Paolo Taviani Italy

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

FROM FRI 26

THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES (15)

FROM FRI 12

APRIL 2013

FROM FRI 19

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

Dir: Yaron Zilberman United States 2012 106m

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (PG) 130m

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

THE LOOK OF LOVE

EVERY MONTH

Fri 5

MADAME DE… (U) 105m

Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Nelly Ben Hayoun Talk & Screening p10 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 3:00 3:30

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THU 18, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Tragic consequences ensue when a society woman pawns the earrings her husband gave her.

KIDS’ TOONS: FOR 0-6 YEAR OLDS (U) 65m

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 3 for details.

SAT 27, 1PM This programme, carefully chosen for our littlest and most special audience, strips away all the soft-sell toy ads and blockbuster-style special effects and just delivers wonderful animated films full of simple joys. Curated by the London International Animation Festival (LIAF), the UK’s largest international animation festival. For more information about LIAF visit the website at www.liaf.org.uk.

FINDING NEMO (2D) (U) 104m

SAT 6, 12NOON See our website or March brochure for details.

Sun 7

Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Finding Nemo (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Star Trek 12A p10 Chinatown 15 p8

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Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Knife in the Water PG p8 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Oz - The Great and Powerful (2D) PG Bringing up Baby Screening p4 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Exhibition - Manet p8

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The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 North By Northwest PG p10 Flight 15 p2 Tess 12A p8 Film TBC - See Web The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 West of Memphis + Introduction 15 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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12:30 2:45 10:30 1:30 3:00

The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 The String + Director's Q&A p9 Film TBC - See Web The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 Petit Nicolas PG p4 Flight 15 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 West of Memphis 15 p2 Film TBC - See Web H is for Horror Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30pm

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Love is All You Need 15 p3 The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 Promised Land p3 Flying Blind + Director's Q&A p9 Film TBC - See Web Italian Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Film TBC - See Web

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The Look of Love 18 1:15 3:30 Love is All You Need 15 p3 12:30 3:00 Promised Land p3 2:45 Kids' Toons: For 0-6 Year Olds U p4 1:00 Met Opera Live: Handel's Giulio Cesare 12A p9 Film TBC - See Web

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Strictly Ballroom PG p10 Met Opera Encore: Handel's Giulio Cesare 12A Film TBC - See Web

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Repulsion 15 p8 Film TBC - See Web

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Film TBC - See Web

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The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 Side By Side 15 p2 Film TBC - See Web The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 Side By Side 15 p2 Madam de… U p4 Film TBC - See Web 1-UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45pm

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Love is All You Need 15 p3 The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 Promised Land p3 BAFTA Shorts 15 p3 Film TBC - See Web

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Love is All You Need 15 p3 The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 Promised Land p3 The Sting PG p10 The ABCs of Death 18 p9 Film TBC - See Web

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★ Lounge Screenings and Film TBC - see website or social media We’ll announce our full programme including lounge screenings online on Tuesday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE. Silver Screen screenings are shown in RED.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

03

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 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.

TRANCE (15) 101m

FROM FRI 5

SAT 13 & SUN 14

FROM FRI 12

A LATE QUARTET (15)

A LATE QUARTET THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED PROMISED LAND

MON 15 - TUE 16

WED 17 - THU 18

FROM FRI 19

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

FLIGHT (15)

WEST OF MEMPHIS (15)

SIDE BY SIDE (15)

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15)

PROMISED LAND (cert tbc)

THE LOOK OF LOVE (18)

Dir: Robert Zemeckis United States 2012

Dir: Amy Berg United States 2012 147m

Dir: Chris Kenneally United States 2012 99m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Gus Van Sant United States 2012 rt tbc

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

Starring: Catherine Keener,

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2013

138m

2013 101m

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15) 103m

Starring: Denzel Washington

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Trine Dyrholm

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U) 104m

Pilot Whip Whitacker, after an all-nighter of booze, sex and drugs, boldly guides a crippled airliner to a crash landing. Although he is acclaimed as a hero, the legal, moral and ethical aspects of Whip’s behaviour before and after the accident are much more ambiguous than initially meet the public eye. A study of addiction far more complex than the norm, Flight is a compelling drama anchored by a great performance from Denzel Washington.

An entertaining environmental activist film about the dangers of drilling for natural gas, aka fracking. Matt Damon and Frances McDormand play a duo of energy company executives out to convince down-on-their-luck farmers in a rural Midwestern town to sell their land to the corporation, glibly promising them instant wealth. When they encounter opposition from a retired science professor and from a personable environmentalist, who launches a fervent campaign to thwart them, Damon’s character begins to have second thoughts. Gus Van Sant directs from a script by Damon and Krasinski from a story by Dave Eggers.

Starring: Steve Coogan, Stephen Fry, Anna Friel

Yaron Zilberman’s civilised delight provides Christopher Walken with one of his best roles in recent years as Peter, the founding member of a successful string quartet. As the quartet prepare to celebrate their silver anniversary with a recital of Beethoven’s Late String Quartets, Peter is diagnosed with a degenerative illness. It is a moment when everything he has worked for starts to fall apart, including the marriage of second violinist Robert and violist Juliette. Restoring the delicate harmony of the group is the basis of this wise, beautifully acted drama with a wonderful classical soundtrack.

George Lucas, James Cameron, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese discuss the advantages of digital cinematography over traditional film in this documentary examining all aspects of filmmaking, from capture to edit, visual effects to colour correction and distribution to archive. At this moment when digital and photochemical filmmaking coexist, Side By Side explores what has been gained, what is lost, and what the future might bring.

Starring: Frances McDormand, Matt Damon

141m

A staggering, eye-opening account of an ongoing whodunit, and one of the grossest miscarriages of justice in recent US history. In 1993, three young boys were found mutilated in Arkansas. Authorities swiftly pinned the crime on a trio of teenage boys, dubbed the ‘West Memphis Three’; two were put away for life, the other sentenced to death. Then signs emerged that cast doubt on the convictions and after 17 years behind bars, the trio were released. West of Memphis presents a fascinating account of this astounding case and uncovers damning new evidence that points towards a killer who still walks free.

Dir: Susanne Bier Denmark 2012 116m

Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman

Reunited after their unforgettable collaboration on Blue Valentine, Ryan Gosling and writer/director Derek Cianfrance have created a supremely stylish crime drama that matures into a rich, complex tale of family, fate, guilt and the unbearable demands of modern masculinity. Gosling is a motorcycle stunt rider and happy to drift from town to town, free of commitments or restrictions. When he discovers that he has a baby son, he takes the responsibility seriously. Robbing banks is his means of family support but that soon puts him at odds with an ambitious cop with an idealistic belief in justice. Both men must address the sins of the past in a powerful American epic.

Glasgow Film Festival

New York Film Festival

Tired of shrill, soulless Hollywood romantic comedies? Susanne Bier’s delightful Love is All You Need could restore your faith in the entire genre. Recovering from chemotherapy, Trine Dyrholm’s Ida discovers her boorish husband’s infidelity in the worst possible way. She leaves alone for their daughter’s dream wedding at a beautiful Italian villa in Sorrento. When soon to be ex-hubby joins the wedding party with his new conquest, the family’s ugly squabbles leave straitlaced widower Philip (Pierce Brosnan) wondering if his son has made the right choice. A sparkling, sun-kissed romantic charmer that will prove irresistible to anyone who believes that love can conquer all obstacles.

MON 15, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION This screening will include a 15-minute introduction starting at 7.45PM by the Nottingham Law School of Nottingham Trent University about the Innocence Project, which investigates potential miscarriages of justice in the UK.

Glasgow Film Festival

CAESAR MUST DIE (12A) With English Subtitles

BAFTA SHORTS (15) THU 25, FROM 6PM To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the cafebar menu tonight.

2012 77m

SWIMMER (BAFTA SHORTS)

SIDE BY SIDE

FLIGHT

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) 115m

IN THE LOUNGE

United Kingdom 2013 98m

A feature length selection of short live action and animated films from the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). The programme includes Swimmer by director Lynne Ramsay. See our website for more details. FRI 19, 6.15PM The first screening of this top-notch compilation will be in screen 4.

CAESAR MUST DIE

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m

A group of long term prisoners, incarcerated in a maximum security prison on the outskirts of Rome, are successively cast and rehearsed and then give a public performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. A vital, edgy film from renowned filmmaking duo the Taviani brothers, this is a sort of film-within-a-film, of a play; brilliantly blending documentary and drama by using a real prison and genuine inmates. Already highly acclaimed, Caesar Must Die won the top prize of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. London Film Festival

Welcome to the scandalous world of Paul Raymond, entrepreneur, impresario, and the “king of Soho.” Seeing mediocrity in the smutty sex parlours of London, Raymond unveils his first “gentlemen’s club” in 1958 and gradually builds an empire of clubs and erotic magazines that brings him vast wealth while affronting British sexual mores. It also brings a litany of obscenity charges, a failed marriage, troubled children, and personal tragedy. After struggling for years to bring Raymond’s story to the screen, Steve Coogan delivers a remarkable performance, fully inhabiting this complicated and contradictory man who seems almost tragic. Sundance Film Festival

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 4, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See website / March brochure.

TUE 30, 7.30PM POST-SCREENING Q&A WITH PAUL WILLETTS We’re very pleased to welcome to Broadway Paul Willetts author of the book on which The Look of Love is based. After the screening, Paul will talk about his book and about working on the film. This will be followed by a book-signing co-ordinated by Waterstones.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

Mon 1

Don’t Miss Finding Nemo (3D) or Oz The Great and Powerful (3D) over the Easter holidays. See website for details. Tue 2

LE PETIT NICOLAS (PG) 91m Wed 3

With English Subtitles

SAT 13, 1.15PM When eight-year-old Nicolas thinks he overhears that his mother is pregnant, he panics and hatches a mischievous plan... A quirky comedy that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (2D) (PG) 130m TUE 9, 10AM* & 1.30PM See website for details. *Please note earlier start time.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A LATE QUARTET (15) 106m THU 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

THE WIZARD OF OZ (U) 97m SAT 20, 1.30PM One of the best-loved fantasy films of all time, it’s a must for children and all who are young at heart.

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

05

APRIL 2013

Thu 4

FROM FRI 19

Glasgow Film Festival

Directors: Vittorio & Paolo Taviani Italy

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

FROM FRI 26

THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES (15)

FROM FRI 12

APRIL 2013

FROM FRI 19

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

Dir: Yaron Zilberman United States 2012 106m

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (PG) 130m

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

THE LOOK OF LOVE

EVERY MONTH

Fri 5

MADAME DE… (U) 105m

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THU 18, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Tragic consequences ensue when a society woman pawns the earrings her husband gave her.

KIDS’ TOONS: FOR 0-6 YEAR OLDS (U) 65m

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 3 for details.

SAT 27, 1PM This programme, carefully chosen for our littlest and most special audience, strips away all the soft-sell toy ads and blockbuster-style special effects and just delivers wonderful animated films full of simple joys. Curated by the London International Animation Festival (LIAF), the UK’s largest international animation festival. For more information about LIAF visit the website at www.liaf.org.uk.

FINDING NEMO (2D) (U) 104m

SAT 6, 12NOON See our website or March brochure for details.

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Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Finding Nemo (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Star Trek 12A p10 Chinatown 15 p8

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★ Lounge Screenings and Film TBC - see website or social media We’ll announce our full programme including lounge screenings online on Tuesday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE. Silver Screen screenings are shown in RED.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

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Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 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.

TRANCE (15) 101m

FROM FRI 5

SAT 13 & SUN 14

FROM FRI 12

A LATE QUARTET (15)

A LATE QUARTET THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED PROMISED LAND

MON 15 - TUE 16

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THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

FLIGHT (15)

WEST OF MEMPHIS (15)

SIDE BY SIDE (15)

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15)

PROMISED LAND (cert tbc)

THE LOOK OF LOVE (18)

Dir: Robert Zemeckis United States 2012

Dir: Amy Berg United States 2012 147m

Dir: Chris Kenneally United States 2012 99m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Gus Van Sant United States 2012 rt tbc

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

Starring: Catherine Keener,

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2013

138m

2013 101m

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15) 103m

Starring: Denzel Washington

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Trine Dyrholm

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U) 104m

Pilot Whip Whitacker, after an all-nighter of booze, sex and drugs, boldly guides a crippled airliner to a crash landing. Although he is acclaimed as a hero, the legal, moral and ethical aspects of Whip’s behaviour before and after the accident are much more ambiguous than initially meet the public eye. A study of addiction far more complex than the norm, Flight is a compelling drama anchored by a great performance from Denzel Washington.

An entertaining environmental activist film about the dangers of drilling for natural gas, aka fracking. Matt Damon and Frances McDormand play a duo of energy company executives out to convince down-on-their-luck farmers in a rural Midwestern town to sell their land to the corporation, glibly promising them instant wealth. When they encounter opposition from a retired science professor and from a personable environmentalist, who launches a fervent campaign to thwart them, Damon’s character begins to have second thoughts. Gus Van Sant directs from a script by Damon and Krasinski from a story by Dave Eggers.

Starring: Steve Coogan, Stephen Fry, Anna Friel

Yaron Zilberman’s civilised delight provides Christopher Walken with one of his best roles in recent years as Peter, the founding member of a successful string quartet. As the quartet prepare to celebrate their silver anniversary with a recital of Beethoven’s Late String Quartets, Peter is diagnosed with a degenerative illness. It is a moment when everything he has worked for starts to fall apart, including the marriage of second violinist Robert and violist Juliette. Restoring the delicate harmony of the group is the basis of this wise, beautifully acted drama with a wonderful classical soundtrack.

George Lucas, James Cameron, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese discuss the advantages of digital cinematography over traditional film in this documentary examining all aspects of filmmaking, from capture to edit, visual effects to colour correction and distribution to archive. At this moment when digital and photochemical filmmaking coexist, Side By Side explores what has been gained, what is lost, and what the future might bring.

Starring: Frances McDormand, Matt Damon

141m

A staggering, eye-opening account of an ongoing whodunit, and one of the grossest miscarriages of justice in recent US history. In 1993, three young boys were found mutilated in Arkansas. Authorities swiftly pinned the crime on a trio of teenage boys, dubbed the ‘West Memphis Three’; two were put away for life, the other sentenced to death. Then signs emerged that cast doubt on the convictions and after 17 years behind bars, the trio were released. West of Memphis presents a fascinating account of this astounding case and uncovers damning new evidence that points towards a killer who still walks free.

Dir: Susanne Bier Denmark 2012 116m

Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman

Reunited after their unforgettable collaboration on Blue Valentine, Ryan Gosling and writer/director Derek Cianfrance have created a supremely stylish crime drama that matures into a rich, complex tale of family, fate, guilt and the unbearable demands of modern masculinity. Gosling is a motorcycle stunt rider and happy to drift from town to town, free of commitments or restrictions. When he discovers that he has a baby son, he takes the responsibility seriously. Robbing banks is his means of family support but that soon puts him at odds with an ambitious cop with an idealistic belief in justice. Both men must address the sins of the past in a powerful American epic.

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New York Film Festival

Tired of shrill, soulless Hollywood romantic comedies? Susanne Bier’s delightful Love is All You Need could restore your faith in the entire genre. Recovering from chemotherapy, Trine Dyrholm’s Ida discovers her boorish husband’s infidelity in the worst possible way. She leaves alone for their daughter’s dream wedding at a beautiful Italian villa in Sorrento. When soon to be ex-hubby joins the wedding party with his new conquest, the family’s ugly squabbles leave straitlaced widower Philip (Pierce Brosnan) wondering if his son has made the right choice. A sparkling, sun-kissed romantic charmer that will prove irresistible to anyone who believes that love can conquer all obstacles.

MON 15, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION This screening will include a 15-minute introduction starting at 7.45PM by the Nottingham Law School of Nottingham Trent University about the Innocence Project, which investigates potential miscarriages of justice in the UK.

Glasgow Film Festival

CAESAR MUST DIE (12A) With English Subtitles

BAFTA SHORTS (15) THU 25, FROM 6PM To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the cafebar menu tonight.

2012 77m

SWIMMER (BAFTA SHORTS)

SIDE BY SIDE

FLIGHT

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) 115m

IN THE LOUNGE

United Kingdom 2013 98m

A feature length selection of short live action and animated films from the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). The programme includes Swimmer by director Lynne Ramsay. See our website for more details. FRI 19, 6.15PM The first screening of this top-notch compilation will be in screen 4.

CAESAR MUST DIE

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m

A group of long term prisoners, incarcerated in a maximum security prison on the outskirts of Rome, are successively cast and rehearsed and then give a public performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. A vital, edgy film from renowned filmmaking duo the Taviani brothers, this is a sort of film-within-a-film, of a play; brilliantly blending documentary and drama by using a real prison and genuine inmates. Already highly acclaimed, Caesar Must Die won the top prize of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. London Film Festival

Welcome to the scandalous world of Paul Raymond, entrepreneur, impresario, and the “king of Soho.” Seeing mediocrity in the smutty sex parlours of London, Raymond unveils his first “gentlemen’s club” in 1958 and gradually builds an empire of clubs and erotic magazines that brings him vast wealth while affronting British sexual mores. It also brings a litany of obscenity charges, a failed marriage, troubled children, and personal tragedy. After struggling for years to bring Raymond’s story to the screen, Steve Coogan delivers a remarkable performance, fully inhabiting this complicated and contradictory man who seems almost tragic. Sundance Film Festival

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 4, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See website / March brochure.

TUE 30, 7.30PM POST-SCREENING Q&A WITH PAUL WILLETTS We’re very pleased to welcome to Broadway Paul Willetts author of the book on which The Look of Love is based. After the screening, Paul will talk about his book and about working on the film. This will be followed by a book-signing co-ordinated by Waterstones.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

Mon 1

Don’t Miss Finding Nemo (3D) or Oz The Great and Powerful (3D) over the Easter holidays. See website for details. Tue 2

LE PETIT NICOLAS (PG) 91m Wed 3

With English Subtitles

SAT 13, 1.15PM When eight-year-old Nicolas thinks he overhears that his mother is pregnant, he panics and hatches a mischievous plan... A quirky comedy that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (2D) (PG) 130m TUE 9, 10AM* & 1.30PM See website for details. *Please note earlier start time.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A LATE QUARTET (15) 106m THU 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

THE WIZARD OF OZ (U) 97m SAT 20, 1.30PM One of the best-loved fantasy films of all time, it’s a must for children and all who are young at heart.

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

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Glasgow Film Festival

Directors: Vittorio & Paolo Taviani Italy

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

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THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES (15)

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APRIL 2013

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THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

Dir: Yaron Zilberman United States 2012 106m

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (PG) 130m

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

THE LOOK OF LOVE

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MADAME DE… (U) 105m

Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Nelly Ben Hayoun Talk & Screening p10 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15

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THU 18, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Tragic consequences ensue when a society woman pawns the earrings her husband gave her.

KIDS’ TOONS: FOR 0-6 YEAR OLDS (U) 65m

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 3 for details.

SAT 27, 1PM This programme, carefully chosen for our littlest and most special audience, strips away all the soft-sell toy ads and blockbuster-style special effects and just delivers wonderful animated films full of simple joys. Curated by the London International Animation Festival (LIAF), the UK’s largest international animation festival. For more information about LIAF visit the website at www.liaf.org.uk.

FINDING NEMO (2D) (U) 104m

SAT 6, 12NOON See our website or March brochure for details.

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Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Finding Nemo (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Star Trek 12A p10 Chinatown 15 p8

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Repulsion 15 p8 Film TBC - See Web

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Film TBC - See Web

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★ Lounge Screenings and Film TBC - see website or social media We’ll announce our full programme including lounge screenings online on Tuesday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE. Silver Screen screenings are shown in RED.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

01

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

02

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

03

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 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.

TRANCE (15) 101m

FROM FRI 5

SAT 13 & SUN 14

FROM FRI 12

A LATE QUARTET (15)

A LATE QUARTET THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED PROMISED LAND

MON 15 - TUE 16

WED 17 - THU 18

FROM FRI 19

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

FLIGHT (15)

WEST OF MEMPHIS (15)

SIDE BY SIDE (15)

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15)

PROMISED LAND (cert tbc)

THE LOOK OF LOVE (18)

Dir: Robert Zemeckis United States 2012

Dir: Amy Berg United States 2012 147m

Dir: Chris Kenneally United States 2012 99m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Gus Van Sant United States 2012 rt tbc

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

Starring: Catherine Keener,

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2013

138m

2013 101m

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15) 103m

Starring: Denzel Washington

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Trine Dyrholm

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U) 104m

Pilot Whip Whitacker, after an all-nighter of booze, sex and drugs, boldly guides a crippled airliner to a crash landing. Although he is acclaimed as a hero, the legal, moral and ethical aspects of Whip’s behaviour before and after the accident are much more ambiguous than initially meet the public eye. A study of addiction far more complex than the norm, Flight is a compelling drama anchored by a great performance from Denzel Washington.

An entertaining environmental activist film about the dangers of drilling for natural gas, aka fracking. Matt Damon and Frances McDormand play a duo of energy company executives out to convince down-on-their-luck farmers in a rural Midwestern town to sell their land to the corporation, glibly promising them instant wealth. When they encounter opposition from a retired science professor and from a personable environmentalist, who launches a fervent campaign to thwart them, Damon’s character begins to have second thoughts. Gus Van Sant directs from a script by Damon and Krasinski from a story by Dave Eggers.

Starring: Steve Coogan, Stephen Fry, Anna Friel

Yaron Zilberman’s civilised delight provides Christopher Walken with one of his best roles in recent years as Peter, the founding member of a successful string quartet. As the quartet prepare to celebrate their silver anniversary with a recital of Beethoven’s Late String Quartets, Peter is diagnosed with a degenerative illness. It is a moment when everything he has worked for starts to fall apart, including the marriage of second violinist Robert and violist Juliette. Restoring the delicate harmony of the group is the basis of this wise, beautifully acted drama with a wonderful classical soundtrack.

George Lucas, James Cameron, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese discuss the advantages of digital cinematography over traditional film in this documentary examining all aspects of filmmaking, from capture to edit, visual effects to colour correction and distribution to archive. At this moment when digital and photochemical filmmaking coexist, Side By Side explores what has been gained, what is lost, and what the future might bring.

Starring: Frances McDormand, Matt Damon

141m

A staggering, eye-opening account of an ongoing whodunit, and one of the grossest miscarriages of justice in recent US history. In 1993, three young boys were found mutilated in Arkansas. Authorities swiftly pinned the crime on a trio of teenage boys, dubbed the ‘West Memphis Three’; two were put away for life, the other sentenced to death. Then signs emerged that cast doubt on the convictions and after 17 years behind bars, the trio were released. West of Memphis presents a fascinating account of this astounding case and uncovers damning new evidence that points towards a killer who still walks free.

Dir: Susanne Bier Denmark 2012 116m

Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman

Reunited after their unforgettable collaboration on Blue Valentine, Ryan Gosling and writer/director Derek Cianfrance have created a supremely stylish crime drama that matures into a rich, complex tale of family, fate, guilt and the unbearable demands of modern masculinity. Gosling is a motorcycle stunt rider and happy to drift from town to town, free of commitments or restrictions. When he discovers that he has a baby son, he takes the responsibility seriously. Robbing banks is his means of family support but that soon puts him at odds with an ambitious cop with an idealistic belief in justice. Both men must address the sins of the past in a powerful American epic.

Glasgow Film Festival

New York Film Festival

Tired of shrill, soulless Hollywood romantic comedies? Susanne Bier’s delightful Love is All You Need could restore your faith in the entire genre. Recovering from chemotherapy, Trine Dyrholm’s Ida discovers her boorish husband’s infidelity in the worst possible way. She leaves alone for their daughter’s dream wedding at a beautiful Italian villa in Sorrento. When soon to be ex-hubby joins the wedding party with his new conquest, the family’s ugly squabbles leave straitlaced widower Philip (Pierce Brosnan) wondering if his son has made the right choice. A sparkling, sun-kissed romantic charmer that will prove irresistible to anyone who believes that love can conquer all obstacles.

MON 15, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION This screening will include a 15-minute introduction starting at 7.45PM by the Nottingham Law School of Nottingham Trent University about the Innocence Project, which investigates potential miscarriages of justice in the UK.

Glasgow Film Festival

CAESAR MUST DIE (12A) With English Subtitles

BAFTA SHORTS (15) THU 25, FROM 6PM To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the cafebar menu tonight.

2012 77m

SWIMMER (BAFTA SHORTS)

SIDE BY SIDE

FLIGHT

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) 115m

IN THE LOUNGE

United Kingdom 2013 98m

A feature length selection of short live action and animated films from the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). The programme includes Swimmer by director Lynne Ramsay. See our website for more details. FRI 19, 6.15PM The first screening of this top-notch compilation will be in screen 4.

CAESAR MUST DIE

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m

A group of long term prisoners, incarcerated in a maximum security prison on the outskirts of Rome, are successively cast and rehearsed and then give a public performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. A vital, edgy film from renowned filmmaking duo the Taviani brothers, this is a sort of film-within-a-film, of a play; brilliantly blending documentary and drama by using a real prison and genuine inmates. Already highly acclaimed, Caesar Must Die won the top prize of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. London Film Festival

Welcome to the scandalous world of Paul Raymond, entrepreneur, impresario, and the “king of Soho.” Seeing mediocrity in the smutty sex parlours of London, Raymond unveils his first “gentlemen’s club” in 1958 and gradually builds an empire of clubs and erotic magazines that brings him vast wealth while affronting British sexual mores. It also brings a litany of obscenity charges, a failed marriage, troubled children, and personal tragedy. After struggling for years to bring Raymond’s story to the screen, Steve Coogan delivers a remarkable performance, fully inhabiting this complicated and contradictory man who seems almost tragic. Sundance Film Festival

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 4, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See website / March brochure.

TUE 30, 7.30PM POST-SCREENING Q&A WITH PAUL WILLETTS We’re very pleased to welcome to Broadway Paul Willetts author of the book on which The Look of Love is based. After the screening, Paul will talk about his book and about working on the film. This will be followed by a book-signing co-ordinated by Waterstones.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

Mon 1

Don’t Miss Finding Nemo (3D) or Oz The Great and Powerful (3D) over the Easter holidays. See website for details. Tue 2

LE PETIT NICOLAS (PG) 91m Wed 3

With English Subtitles

SAT 13, 1.15PM When eight-year-old Nicolas thinks he overhears that his mother is pregnant, he panics and hatches a mischievous plan... A quirky comedy that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (2D) (PG) 130m TUE 9, 10AM* & 1.30PM See website for details. *Please note earlier start time.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A LATE QUARTET (15) 106m THU 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

THE WIZARD OF OZ (U) 97m SAT 20, 1.30PM One of the best-loved fantasy films of all time, it’s a must for children and all who are young at heart.

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

05

APRIL 2013

Thu 4

FROM FRI 19

Glasgow Film Festival

Directors: Vittorio & Paolo Taviani Italy

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

FROM FRI 26

THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES (15)

FROM FRI 12

APRIL 2013

FROM FRI 19

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

Dir: Yaron Zilberman United States 2012 106m

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (PG) 130m

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

THE LOOK OF LOVE

EVERY MONTH

Fri 5

MADAME DE… (U) 105m

Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Nelly Ben Hayoun Talk & Screening p10 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 3:00 3:30

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With English Subtitles

Sat 6

THU 18, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Tragic consequences ensue when a society woman pawns the earrings her husband gave her.

KIDS’ TOONS: FOR 0-6 YEAR OLDS (U) 65m

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 3 for details.

SAT 27, 1PM This programme, carefully chosen for our littlest and most special audience, strips away all the soft-sell toy ads and blockbuster-style special effects and just delivers wonderful animated films full of simple joys. Curated by the London International Animation Festival (LIAF), the UK’s largest international animation festival. For more information about LIAF visit the website at www.liaf.org.uk.

FINDING NEMO (2D) (U) 104m

SAT 6, 12NOON See our website or March brochure for details.

Sun 7

Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Finding Nemo (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Star Trek 12A p10 Chinatown 15 p8

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Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Knife in the Water PG p8 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Oz - The Great and Powerful (2D) PG Bringing up Baby Screening p4 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Exhibition - Manet p8

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The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 North By Northwest PG p10 Flight 15 p2 Tess 12A p8 Film TBC - See Web The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 West of Memphis + Introduction 15 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 The String + Director's Q&A p9 Film TBC - See Web The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 Petit Nicolas PG p4 Flight 15 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 West of Memphis 15 p2 Film TBC - See Web H is for Horror Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30pm

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Love is All You Need 15 p3 The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 Promised Land p3 Flying Blind + Director's Q&A p9 Film TBC - See Web Italian Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Film TBC - See Web

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The Look of Love 18 1:15 3:30 Love is All You Need 15 p3 12:30 3:00 Promised Land p3 2:45 Kids' Toons: For 0-6 Year Olds U p4 1:00 Met Opera Live: Handel's Giulio Cesare 12A p9 Film TBC - See Web

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8:30 8:15 7:45

The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Strictly Ballroom PG p10 Met Opera Encore: Handel's Giulio Cesare 12A Film TBC - See Web

1:15 3:30 12:30 3:00

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Repulsion 15 p8 Film TBC - See Web

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6:00 5:30 2:45

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Film TBC - See Web

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The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 Side By Side 15 p2 Film TBC - See Web The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 A Late Quartet 15 p1 Caesar Must Die 12A p1 Side By Side 15 p2 Madam de… U p4 Film TBC - See Web 1-UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45pm

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Love is All You Need 15 p3 The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 Promised Land p3 BAFTA Shorts 15 p3 Film TBC - See Web

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Love is All You Need 15 p3 The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 Promised Land p3 The Wizard of Oz U p4 Film TBC - See Web

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Love is All You Need 15 p3 The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 Promised Land p3 The Sting PG p10 The ABCs of Death 18 p9 Film TBC - See Web

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Love is All You Need 15 p3 The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 Promised Land p3 Film TBC - See Web

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Wed 24

★ Lounge Screenings and Film TBC - see website or social media We’ll announce our full programme including lounge screenings online on Tuesday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE. Silver Screen screenings are shown in RED.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

01

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

02

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

03

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 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.

TRANCE (15) 101m

FROM FRI 5

SAT 13 & SUN 14

FROM FRI 12

A LATE QUARTET (15)

A LATE QUARTET THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED PROMISED LAND

MON 15 - TUE 16

WED 17 - THU 18

FROM FRI 19

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

FLIGHT (15)

WEST OF MEMPHIS (15)

SIDE BY SIDE (15)

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15)

PROMISED LAND (cert tbc)

THE LOOK OF LOVE (18)

Dir: Robert Zemeckis United States 2012

Dir: Amy Berg United States 2012 147m

Dir: Chris Kenneally United States 2012 99m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Gus Van Sant United States 2012 rt tbc

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

Starring: Catherine Keener,

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2013

138m

2013 101m

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15) 103m

Starring: Denzel Washington

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Trine Dyrholm

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U) 104m

Pilot Whip Whitacker, after an all-nighter of booze, sex and drugs, boldly guides a crippled airliner to a crash landing. Although he is acclaimed as a hero, the legal, moral and ethical aspects of Whip’s behaviour before and after the accident are much more ambiguous than initially meet the public eye. A study of addiction far more complex than the norm, Flight is a compelling drama anchored by a great performance from Denzel Washington.

An entertaining environmental activist film about the dangers of drilling for natural gas, aka fracking. Matt Damon and Frances McDormand play a duo of energy company executives out to convince down-on-their-luck farmers in a rural Midwestern town to sell their land to the corporation, glibly promising them instant wealth. When they encounter opposition from a retired science professor and from a personable environmentalist, who launches a fervent campaign to thwart them, Damon’s character begins to have second thoughts. Gus Van Sant directs from a script by Damon and Krasinski from a story by Dave Eggers.

Starring: Steve Coogan, Stephen Fry, Anna Friel

Yaron Zilberman’s civilised delight provides Christopher Walken with one of his best roles in recent years as Peter, the founding member of a successful string quartet. As the quartet prepare to celebrate their silver anniversary with a recital of Beethoven’s Late String Quartets, Peter is diagnosed with a degenerative illness. It is a moment when everything he has worked for starts to fall apart, including the marriage of second violinist Robert and violist Juliette. Restoring the delicate harmony of the group is the basis of this wise, beautifully acted drama with a wonderful classical soundtrack.

George Lucas, James Cameron, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese discuss the advantages of digital cinematography over traditional film in this documentary examining all aspects of filmmaking, from capture to edit, visual effects to colour correction and distribution to archive. At this moment when digital and photochemical filmmaking coexist, Side By Side explores what has been gained, what is lost, and what the future might bring.

Starring: Frances McDormand, Matt Damon

141m

A staggering, eye-opening account of an ongoing whodunit, and one of the grossest miscarriages of justice in recent US history. In 1993, three young boys were found mutilated in Arkansas. Authorities swiftly pinned the crime on a trio of teenage boys, dubbed the ‘West Memphis Three’; two were put away for life, the other sentenced to death. Then signs emerged that cast doubt on the convictions and after 17 years behind bars, the trio were released. West of Memphis presents a fascinating account of this astounding case and uncovers damning new evidence that points towards a killer who still walks free.

Dir: Susanne Bier Denmark 2012 116m

Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman

Reunited after their unforgettable collaboration on Blue Valentine, Ryan Gosling and writer/director Derek Cianfrance have created a supremely stylish crime drama that matures into a rich, complex tale of family, fate, guilt and the unbearable demands of modern masculinity. Gosling is a motorcycle stunt rider and happy to drift from town to town, free of commitments or restrictions. When he discovers that he has a baby son, he takes the responsibility seriously. Robbing banks is his means of family support but that soon puts him at odds with an ambitious cop with an idealistic belief in justice. Both men must address the sins of the past in a powerful American epic.

Glasgow Film Festival

New York Film Festival

Tired of shrill, soulless Hollywood romantic comedies? Susanne Bier’s delightful Love is All You Need could restore your faith in the entire genre. Recovering from chemotherapy, Trine Dyrholm’s Ida discovers her boorish husband’s infidelity in the worst possible way. She leaves alone for their daughter’s dream wedding at a beautiful Italian villa in Sorrento. When soon to be ex-hubby joins the wedding party with his new conquest, the family’s ugly squabbles leave straitlaced widower Philip (Pierce Brosnan) wondering if his son has made the right choice. A sparkling, sun-kissed romantic charmer that will prove irresistible to anyone who believes that love can conquer all obstacles.

MON 15, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION This screening will include a 15-minute introduction starting at 7.45PM by the Nottingham Law School of Nottingham Trent University about the Innocence Project, which investigates potential miscarriages of justice in the UK.

Glasgow Film Festival

CAESAR MUST DIE (12A) With English Subtitles

BAFTA SHORTS (15) THU 25, FROM 6PM To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the cafebar menu tonight.

2012 77m

SWIMMER (BAFTA SHORTS)

SIDE BY SIDE

FLIGHT

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) 115m

IN THE LOUNGE

United Kingdom 2013 98m

A feature length selection of short live action and animated films from the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). The programme includes Swimmer by director Lynne Ramsay. See our website for more details. FRI 19, 6.15PM The first screening of this top-notch compilation will be in screen 4.

CAESAR MUST DIE

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m

A group of long term prisoners, incarcerated in a maximum security prison on the outskirts of Rome, are successively cast and rehearsed and then give a public performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. A vital, edgy film from renowned filmmaking duo the Taviani brothers, this is a sort of film-within-a-film, of a play; brilliantly blending documentary and drama by using a real prison and genuine inmates. Already highly acclaimed, Caesar Must Die won the top prize of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. London Film Festival

Welcome to the scandalous world of Paul Raymond, entrepreneur, impresario, and the “king of Soho.” Seeing mediocrity in the smutty sex parlours of London, Raymond unveils his first “gentlemen’s club” in 1958 and gradually builds an empire of clubs and erotic magazines that brings him vast wealth while affronting British sexual mores. It also brings a litany of obscenity charges, a failed marriage, troubled children, and personal tragedy. After struggling for years to bring Raymond’s story to the screen, Steve Coogan delivers a remarkable performance, fully inhabiting this complicated and contradictory man who seems almost tragic. Sundance Film Festival

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 4, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See website / March brochure.

TUE 30, 7.30PM POST-SCREENING Q&A WITH PAUL WILLETTS We’re very pleased to welcome to Broadway Paul Willetts author of the book on which The Look of Love is based. After the screening, Paul will talk about his book and about working on the film. This will be followed by a book-signing co-ordinated by Waterstones.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

Mon 1

Don’t Miss Finding Nemo (3D) or Oz The Great and Powerful (3D) over the Easter holidays. See website for details. Tue 2

LE PETIT NICOLAS (PG) 91m Wed 3

With English Subtitles

SAT 13, 1.15PM When eight-year-old Nicolas thinks he overhears that his mother is pregnant, he panics and hatches a mischievous plan... A quirky comedy that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (2D) (PG) 130m TUE 9, 10AM* & 1.30PM See website for details. *Please note earlier start time.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A LATE QUARTET (15) 106m THU 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

THE WIZARD OF OZ (U) 97m SAT 20, 1.30PM One of the best-loved fantasy films of all time, it’s a must for children and all who are young at heart.

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

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APRIL 2013

Thu 4

FROM FRI 19

Glasgow Film Festival

Directors: Vittorio & Paolo Taviani Italy

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

FROM FRI 26

THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES (15)

FROM FRI 12

APRIL 2013

FROM FRI 19

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

Dir: Yaron Zilberman United States 2012 106m

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (PG) 130m

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

THE LOOK OF LOVE

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MADAME DE… (U) 105m

Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Nelly Ben Hayoun Talk & Screening p10 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15

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THU 18, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Tragic consequences ensue when a society woman pawns the earrings her husband gave her.

KIDS’ TOONS: FOR 0-6 YEAR OLDS (U) 65m

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 3 for details.

SAT 27, 1PM This programme, carefully chosen for our littlest and most special audience, strips away all the soft-sell toy ads and blockbuster-style special effects and just delivers wonderful animated films full of simple joys. Curated by the London International Animation Festival (LIAF), the UK’s largest international animation festival. For more information about LIAF visit the website at www.liaf.org.uk.

FINDING NEMO (2D) (U) 104m

SAT 6, 12NOON See our website or March brochure for details.

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Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Finding Nemo (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Star Trek 12A p10 Chinatown 15 p8

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Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Knife in the Water PG p8 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Oz - The Great and Powerful (2D) PG Bringing up Baby Screening p4 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Exhibition - Manet p8

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Love is All You Need 15 p3 The Place Beyond the Pines 15 p1 Promised Land p3 Flying Blind + Director's Q&A p9 Film TBC - See Web Italian Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Repulsion 15 p8 Film TBC - See Web

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Film TBC - See Web

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★ Lounge Screenings and Film TBC - see website or social media We’ll announce our full programme including lounge screenings online on Tuesday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE. Silver Screen screenings are shown in RED.


WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2013

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Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 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.

TRANCE (15) 101m

FROM FRI 5

SAT 13 & SUN 14

FROM FRI 12

A LATE QUARTET (15)

A LATE QUARTET THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED PROMISED LAND

MON 15 - TUE 16

WED 17 - THU 18

FROM FRI 19

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

FLIGHT (15)

WEST OF MEMPHIS (15)

SIDE BY SIDE (15)

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15)

PROMISED LAND (cert tbc)

THE LOOK OF LOVE (18)

Dir: Robert Zemeckis United States 2012

Dir: Amy Berg United States 2012 147m

Dir: Chris Kenneally United States 2012 99m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Gus Van Sant United States 2012 rt tbc

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

Starring: Catherine Keener,

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2013

138m

2013 101m

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15) 103m

Starring: Denzel Washington

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Trine Dyrholm

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U) 104m

Pilot Whip Whitacker, after an all-nighter of booze, sex and drugs, boldly guides a crippled airliner to a crash landing. Although he is acclaimed as a hero, the legal, moral and ethical aspects of Whip’s behaviour before and after the accident are much more ambiguous than initially meet the public eye. A study of addiction far more complex than the norm, Flight is a compelling drama anchored by a great performance from Denzel Washington.

An entertaining environmental activist film about the dangers of drilling for natural gas, aka fracking. Matt Damon and Frances McDormand play a duo of energy company executives out to convince down-on-their-luck farmers in a rural Midwestern town to sell their land to the corporation, glibly promising them instant wealth. When they encounter opposition from a retired science professor and from a personable environmentalist, who launches a fervent campaign to thwart them, Damon’s character begins to have second thoughts. Gus Van Sant directs from a script by Damon and Krasinski from a story by Dave Eggers.

Starring: Steve Coogan, Stephen Fry, Anna Friel

Yaron Zilberman’s civilised delight provides Christopher Walken with one of his best roles in recent years as Peter, the founding member of a successful string quartet. As the quartet prepare to celebrate their silver anniversary with a recital of Beethoven’s Late String Quartets, Peter is diagnosed with a degenerative illness. It is a moment when everything he has worked for starts to fall apart, including the marriage of second violinist Robert and violist Juliette. Restoring the delicate harmony of the group is the basis of this wise, beautifully acted drama with a wonderful classical soundtrack.

George Lucas, James Cameron, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese discuss the advantages of digital cinematography over traditional film in this documentary examining all aspects of filmmaking, from capture to edit, visual effects to colour correction and distribution to archive. At this moment when digital and photochemical filmmaking coexist, Side By Side explores what has been gained, what is lost, and what the future might bring.

Starring: Frances McDormand, Matt Damon

141m

A staggering, eye-opening account of an ongoing whodunit, and one of the grossest miscarriages of justice in recent US history. In 1993, three young boys were found mutilated in Arkansas. Authorities swiftly pinned the crime on a trio of teenage boys, dubbed the ‘West Memphis Three’; two were put away for life, the other sentenced to death. Then signs emerged that cast doubt on the convictions and after 17 years behind bars, the trio were released. West of Memphis presents a fascinating account of this astounding case and uncovers damning new evidence that points towards a killer who still walks free.

Dir: Susanne Bier Denmark 2012 116m

Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman

Reunited after their unforgettable collaboration on Blue Valentine, Ryan Gosling and writer/director Derek Cianfrance have created a supremely stylish crime drama that matures into a rich, complex tale of family, fate, guilt and the unbearable demands of modern masculinity. Gosling is a motorcycle stunt rider and happy to drift from town to town, free of commitments or restrictions. When he discovers that he has a baby son, he takes the responsibility seriously. Robbing banks is his means of family support but that soon puts him at odds with an ambitious cop with an idealistic belief in justice. Both men must address the sins of the past in a powerful American epic.

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New York Film Festival

Tired of shrill, soulless Hollywood romantic comedies? Susanne Bier’s delightful Love is All You Need could restore your faith in the entire genre. Recovering from chemotherapy, Trine Dyrholm’s Ida discovers her boorish husband’s infidelity in the worst possible way. She leaves alone for their daughter’s dream wedding at a beautiful Italian villa in Sorrento. When soon to be ex-hubby joins the wedding party with his new conquest, the family’s ugly squabbles leave straitlaced widower Philip (Pierce Brosnan) wondering if his son has made the right choice. A sparkling, sun-kissed romantic charmer that will prove irresistible to anyone who believes that love can conquer all obstacles.

MON 15, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION This screening will include a 15-minute introduction starting at 7.45PM by the Nottingham Law School of Nottingham Trent University about the Innocence Project, which investigates potential miscarriages of justice in the UK.

Glasgow Film Festival

CAESAR MUST DIE (12A) With English Subtitles

BAFTA SHORTS (15) THU 25, FROM 6PM To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the cafebar menu tonight.

2012 77m

SWIMMER (BAFTA SHORTS)

SIDE BY SIDE

FLIGHT

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) 115m

IN THE LOUNGE

United Kingdom 2013 98m

A feature length selection of short live action and animated films from the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). The programme includes Swimmer by director Lynne Ramsay. See our website for more details. FRI 19, 6.15PM The first screening of this top-notch compilation will be in screen 4.

CAESAR MUST DIE

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m

A group of long term prisoners, incarcerated in a maximum security prison on the outskirts of Rome, are successively cast and rehearsed and then give a public performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. A vital, edgy film from renowned filmmaking duo the Taviani brothers, this is a sort of film-within-a-film, of a play; brilliantly blending documentary and drama by using a real prison and genuine inmates. Already highly acclaimed, Caesar Must Die won the top prize of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. London Film Festival

Welcome to the scandalous world of Paul Raymond, entrepreneur, impresario, and the “king of Soho.” Seeing mediocrity in the smutty sex parlours of London, Raymond unveils his first “gentlemen’s club” in 1958 and gradually builds an empire of clubs and erotic magazines that brings him vast wealth while affronting British sexual mores. It also brings a litany of obscenity charges, a failed marriage, troubled children, and personal tragedy. After struggling for years to bring Raymond’s story to the screen, Steve Coogan delivers a remarkable performance, fully inhabiting this complicated and contradictory man who seems almost tragic. Sundance Film Festival

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 4, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See website / March brochure.

TUE 30, 7.30PM POST-SCREENING Q&A WITH PAUL WILLETTS We’re very pleased to welcome to Broadway Paul Willetts author of the book on which The Look of Love is based. After the screening, Paul will talk about his book and about working on the film. This will be followed by a book-signing co-ordinated by Waterstones.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

Mon 1

Don’t Miss Finding Nemo (3D) or Oz The Great and Powerful (3D) over the Easter holidays. See website for details. Tue 2

LE PETIT NICOLAS (PG) 91m Wed 3

With English Subtitles

SAT 13, 1.15PM When eight-year-old Nicolas thinks he overhears that his mother is pregnant, he panics and hatches a mischievous plan... A quirky comedy that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (2D) (PG) 130m TUE 9, 10AM* & 1.30PM See website for details. *Please note earlier start time.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A LATE QUARTET (15) 106m THU 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

THE WIZARD OF OZ (U) 97m SAT 20, 1.30PM One of the best-loved fantasy films of all time, it’s a must for children and all who are young at heart.

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

05

APRIL 2013

Thu 4

FROM FRI 19

Glasgow Film Festival

Directors: Vittorio & Paolo Taviani Italy

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

FROM FRI 26

THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES (15)

FROM FRI 12

APRIL 2013

FROM FRI 19

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

Dir: Yaron Zilberman United States 2012 106m

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (PG) 130m

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

CONTINUING INTO APRIL

THE LOOK OF LOVE

EVERY MONTH

Fri 5

MADAME DE… (U) 105m

Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG In the House 15 Post Tenebras Lux 18 Nelly Ben Hayoun Talk & Screening p10 Film TBC - See Web Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15

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THU 18, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Tragic consequences ensue when a society woman pawns the earrings her husband gave her.

KIDS’ TOONS: FOR 0-6 YEAR OLDS (U) 65m

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 3 for details.

SAT 27, 1PM This programme, carefully chosen for our littlest and most special audience, strips away all the soft-sell toy ads and blockbuster-style special effects and just delivers wonderful animated films full of simple joys. Curated by the London International Animation Festival (LIAF), the UK’s largest international animation festival. For more information about LIAF visit the website at www.liaf.org.uk.

FINDING NEMO (2D) (U) 104m

SAT 6, 12NOON See our website or March brochure for details.

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Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Finding Nemo (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4 Trance 15 Good Vibrations 15 Finding Nemo (3D) U Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) PG A Late Quartet 15 p1 In the House 15 Star Trek 12A p10 Chinatown 15 p8

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The Look of Love 18 1:15 3:30 Love is All You Need 15 p3 12:30 3:00 Promised Land p3 2:45 Kids' Toons: For 0-6 Year Olds U p4 1:00 Met Opera Live: Handel's Giulio Cesare 12A p9 Film TBC - See Web

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Repulsion 15 p8 Film TBC - See Web

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The Look of Love 18 p3 Love is All You Need 15 p3 Promised Land p3 Film TBC - See Web

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★ Lounge Screenings and Film TBC - see website or social media We’ll announce our full programme including lounge screenings online on Tuesday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE. Silver Screen screenings are shown in RED.


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Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 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.

TRANCE (15) 101m

FROM FRI 5

SAT 13 & SUN 14

FROM FRI 12

A LATE QUARTET (15)

A LATE QUARTET THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED PROMISED LAND

MON 15 - TUE 16

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FROM FRI 19

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

FLIGHT (15)

WEST OF MEMPHIS (15)

SIDE BY SIDE (15)

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15)

PROMISED LAND (cert tbc)

THE LOOK OF LOVE (18)

Dir: Robert Zemeckis United States 2012

Dir: Amy Berg United States 2012 147m

Dir: Chris Kenneally United States 2012 99m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Gus Van Sant United States 2012 rt tbc

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

Starring: Catherine Keener,

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2013

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2013 101m

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15) 103m

Starring: Denzel Washington

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Trine Dyrholm

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U) 104m

Pilot Whip Whitacker, after an all-nighter of booze, sex and drugs, boldly guides a crippled airliner to a crash landing. Although he is acclaimed as a hero, the legal, moral and ethical aspects of Whip’s behaviour before and after the accident are much more ambiguous than initially meet the public eye. A study of addiction far more complex than the norm, Flight is a compelling drama anchored by a great performance from Denzel Washington.

An entertaining environmental activist film about the dangers of drilling for natural gas, aka fracking. Matt Damon and Frances McDormand play a duo of energy company executives out to convince down-on-their-luck farmers in a rural Midwestern town to sell their land to the corporation, glibly promising them instant wealth. When they encounter opposition from a retired science professor and from a personable environmentalist, who launches a fervent campaign to thwart them, Damon’s character begins to have second thoughts. Gus Van Sant directs from a script by Damon and Krasinski from a story by Dave Eggers.

Starring: Steve Coogan, Stephen Fry, Anna Friel

Yaron Zilberman’s civilised delight provides Christopher Walken with one of his best roles in recent years as Peter, the founding member of a successful string quartet. As the quartet prepare to celebrate their silver anniversary with a recital of Beethoven’s Late String Quartets, Peter is diagnosed with a degenerative illness. It is a moment when everything he has worked for starts to fall apart, including the marriage of second violinist Robert and violist Juliette. Restoring the delicate harmony of the group is the basis of this wise, beautifully acted drama with a wonderful classical soundtrack.

George Lucas, James Cameron, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese discuss the advantages of digital cinematography over traditional film in this documentary examining all aspects of filmmaking, from capture to edit, visual effects to colour correction and distribution to archive. At this moment when digital and photochemical filmmaking coexist, Side By Side explores what has been gained, what is lost, and what the future might bring.

Starring: Frances McDormand, Matt Damon

141m

A staggering, eye-opening account of an ongoing whodunit, and one of the grossest miscarriages of justice in recent US history. In 1993, three young boys were found mutilated in Arkansas. Authorities swiftly pinned the crime on a trio of teenage boys, dubbed the ‘West Memphis Three’; two were put away for life, the other sentenced to death. Then signs emerged that cast doubt on the convictions and after 17 years behind bars, the trio were released. West of Memphis presents a fascinating account of this astounding case and uncovers damning new evidence that points towards a killer who still walks free.

Dir: Susanne Bier Denmark 2012 116m

Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman

Reunited after their unforgettable collaboration on Blue Valentine, Ryan Gosling and writer/director Derek Cianfrance have created a supremely stylish crime drama that matures into a rich, complex tale of family, fate, guilt and the unbearable demands of modern masculinity. Gosling is a motorcycle stunt rider and happy to drift from town to town, free of commitments or restrictions. When he discovers that he has a baby son, he takes the responsibility seriously. Robbing banks is his means of family support but that soon puts him at odds with an ambitious cop with an idealistic belief in justice. Both men must address the sins of the past in a powerful American epic.

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Tired of shrill, soulless Hollywood romantic comedies? Susanne Bier’s delightful Love is All You Need could restore your faith in the entire genre. Recovering from chemotherapy, Trine Dyrholm’s Ida discovers her boorish husband’s infidelity in the worst possible way. She leaves alone for their daughter’s dream wedding at a beautiful Italian villa in Sorrento. When soon to be ex-hubby joins the wedding party with his new conquest, the family’s ugly squabbles leave straitlaced widower Philip (Pierce Brosnan) wondering if his son has made the right choice. A sparkling, sun-kissed romantic charmer that will prove irresistible to anyone who believes that love can conquer all obstacles.

MON 15, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION This screening will include a 15-minute introduction starting at 7.45PM by the Nottingham Law School of Nottingham Trent University about the Innocence Project, which investigates potential miscarriages of justice in the UK.

Glasgow Film Festival

CAESAR MUST DIE (12A) With English Subtitles

BAFTA SHORTS (15) THU 25, FROM 6PM To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the cafebar menu tonight.

2012 77m

SWIMMER (BAFTA SHORTS)

SIDE BY SIDE

FLIGHT

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) 115m

IN THE LOUNGE

United Kingdom 2013 98m

A feature length selection of short live action and animated films from the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). The programme includes Swimmer by director Lynne Ramsay. See our website for more details. FRI 19, 6.15PM The first screening of this top-notch compilation will be in screen 4.

CAESAR MUST DIE

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m

A group of long term prisoners, incarcerated in a maximum security prison on the outskirts of Rome, are successively cast and rehearsed and then give a public performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. A vital, edgy film from renowned filmmaking duo the Taviani brothers, this is a sort of film-within-a-film, of a play; brilliantly blending documentary and drama by using a real prison and genuine inmates. Already highly acclaimed, Caesar Must Die won the top prize of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. London Film Festival

Welcome to the scandalous world of Paul Raymond, entrepreneur, impresario, and the “king of Soho.” Seeing mediocrity in the smutty sex parlours of London, Raymond unveils his first “gentlemen’s club” in 1958 and gradually builds an empire of clubs and erotic magazines that brings him vast wealth while affronting British sexual mores. It also brings a litany of obscenity charges, a failed marriage, troubled children, and personal tragedy. After struggling for years to bring Raymond’s story to the screen, Steve Coogan delivers a remarkable performance, fully inhabiting this complicated and contradictory man who seems almost tragic. Sundance Film Festival

IN THE HOUSE (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 4, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See website / March brochure.

TUE 30, 7.30PM POST-SCREENING Q&A WITH PAUL WILLETTS We’re very pleased to welcome to Broadway Paul Willetts author of the book on which The Look of Love is based. After the screening, Paul will talk about his book and about working on the film. This will be followed by a book-signing co-ordinated by Waterstones.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

Mon 1

Don’t Miss Finding Nemo (3D) or Oz The Great and Powerful (3D) over the Easter holidays. See website for details. Tue 2

LE PETIT NICOLAS (PG) 91m Wed 3

With English Subtitles

SAT 13, 1.15PM When eight-year-old Nicolas thinks he overhears that his mother is pregnant, he panics and hatches a mischievous plan... A quirky comedy that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (2D) (PG) 130m TUE 9, 10AM* & 1.30PM See website for details. *Please note earlier start time.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A LATE QUARTET (15) 106m THU 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

THE WIZARD OF OZ (U) 97m SAT 20, 1.30PM One of the best-loved fantasy films of all time, it’s a must for children and all who are young at heart.

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

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Glasgow Film Festival

Directors: Vittorio & Paolo Taviani Italy

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

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THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES (15)

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THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

Dir: Yaron Zilberman United States 2012 106m

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (PG) 130m

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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THE LOOK OF LOVE

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THU 18, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Tragic consequences ensue when a society woman pawns the earrings her husband gave her.

KIDS’ TOONS: FOR 0-6 YEAR OLDS (U) 65m

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED (15) 116m With English Subtitles

THU 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 3 for details.

SAT 27, 1PM This programme, carefully chosen for our littlest and most special audience, strips away all the soft-sell toy ads and blockbuster-style special effects and just delivers wonderful animated films full of simple joys. Curated by the London International Animation Festival (LIAF), the UK’s largest international animation festival. For more information about LIAF visit the website at www.liaf.org.uk.

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★ Lounge Screenings and Film TBC - see website or social media We’ll announce our full programme including lounge screenings online on Tuesday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE. Silver Screen screenings are shown in RED.


TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

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ROMAN POLANSKI Enjoy some of Roman Polanski’s most celebrated films on the big screen.

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

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FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM SAT 27, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 28, 12NOON

FOOD

HANDEL’S GIULIO CESARE (12A) 271m

THU 25, FROM 6PM

ITALIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the specials menu tonight. SUN 7, 7.45PM

MUSIC

SAT 27, 10.30PM ‘TIL LATE

DELI QUARTET Join us for a night of sax-led swinging music with a quartet that knows how to get the party going.

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

An Alphabet based quiz: 26 killer questions to usher in the exclusive advanced Mayhem screening of new anthology film THE ABC's OF DEATH from a host of international directors including Ben Wheatley, Ti West and many, many more... on Sunday 21st April. It’s £1 a head to join in.

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 1973 125m

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1979

Starring: Jack Nicholson , Faye Dunaway

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Working from Robert Towne’s brilliant, resonant script about all manner of venality and corruption in 30s LA, Polanski fashioned a silky film noir now widely regarded as among the greatest of all American crime movies. BFI

Starring: Nastassia Kinski

A lovely evocation of the Wessex landscape (the film was shot in Brittany, as it happens) enhances this sensitive, faithful adaptation of Hardy’s novel about a young woman from a peasant family hoping to regain its alleged former aristocratic status. BFI

We are delighted to welcome Director Mehdi Ben Attia to Broadway to discuss his film with Dr. Denis M. Provencher, Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow, School of Arts & Humanities at Nottingham Trent University.

REPULSION (15) Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1965

See page 7 for an alphabet-based horror quiz in our Cafebar on 16 April.

100m Starring: Catherine Deneuve

Characteristically ambitious and realised with a perfectionist’s precision, Polanski’s first feature after he left Poland is both a great London film and a truly unsettling study of loneliness and psychological turmoil. BFI

FLYING BLIND (CERT TBC) + DIRECTOR’S Q&A

THE STING (PG) 123m

A terrific prequel to the classic sci-fi adventure series in which a young Kirk and Spock are thrown together on the Enterprise, with rest of the iconic crew, to do battle with time-traveling Romulans.

This re-teaming of Robert Redford and Paul Newman, following the success of Butch Cassidy, won seven Oscars and is one of the most eloquent gangster movies of all time.

‘HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY GORDON CARSON’ LOVE FROM YOUR FRIENDS - ENJOY!

A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MOVIE FOR A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MAN - TOBY!

They say that crime doesn’t pay but it has been doing pretty well at the Box Office since the early days of cinema. In our latest Wednesday afternoon course we’ll look at ten different aspects of a most enduring genre, including heists, murder, police procedural, noir and more. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 wks Wednesday afternoons commencing 8 May, 2-4PM (excluding Wednesday 29 May) Course ends Wednesday 17 July. Price: £70 / £50 members & concs

TALK + SCREENING THU 4, 6.15PM

2012 88m Starring: Kenneth Cranham, Helen McCrory

We’re pleased to welcome Director Katarzyna Klimkiewicz who will be participating in a postscreening Q&A. FLYING BLIND

STAR TREK (12A) 125m

BRITISH CRIME CINEMA 120m

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A smart thriller from first time director, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz. Frankie is a middle-aged woman working in the air defence industry. Her life is turned upside-down when a passionate affair with a French/Algerian student takes a sinister turn. How much does she really know about him, and why do MI5 consider him a person of interest?

Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

SUN 21, 2PM

THU 25, 6.30PM

Dir: Katarzyna Klimkiewicz United Kingdom

Presented in Association with Nottingham Trent University.

NEWS FROM NEAR NOW...

SUN 7, 2PM

NELLY BEN HAYOUN + INTERNATIONAL SPACE ORCHESTRA (UC) We are delighted to launch a new series of monthly talks from the weird and wired edges of art, design and technology with a visit from awardwinning designer and director Nelly Ben Hayoun, who will be talking about her latest project in collaboration with NASA to create the first ever orchestra composed entirely of space scientists. Her talk will be followed by a screening of feature documentary the International Space Orchestra. Tickets: Regular Price Applies

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SUN 28, 2PM

NORTH BY NORTHWEST (PG)

STRICTLY BALLROOM (PG)

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Hitchcock’s romantic comedy-thriller featuring Cary Grant as an advertising executive who is mistaken by enemy spies for a US undercover agent. And of course there are the famous set pieces...

Two misfits try to win the Australian Pan Pacific Championships and show the Ballroom Confederation that they are wrong when they say, “there are no new steps!”

HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY THE FILM ON MY 50TH BIRTHDAY. GREN.

FIVE DECADES OF CHERRY!

DIAL H FOR HITCHOCK: An Introduction to the Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock Good Evening... This 10 week course will attempt to shed light on Hitchcock’s cinema and consider what impact he has had on filmmaking and audiences. The course will include 2 screenings of key Hitchcock films (The Lodger and Notorious) and sessions will examine some famous Hitchcock moments and techniques but also some less well known Hitchcock films. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 wks (including 2 screenings) Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 concs & members

SPY MOVIES 90m The Cold War may have thawed and spies are in the warm more they were but the spy movie still has great allure. Bond is fighting Bourne at the Box Office and the combination of guile and gadgets pitted against new terrors keep the genre fresh and exciting. We’ll go back to the 1930s and see how Alfred Hitchcock played a major part in establishing the idea of the spy film, then look at wartime and postwar developments in Britain and America before coming right up to date. Tutor: Alan Seaman 5 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 4 June, 7-8.30PM Price: £35 / £25 members & concs ★ FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL ON 0115 9626611 Please note that we cannot refund courses one week before the start date, or after the course has started.

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50 THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is no phone or online booking fee, and you can print your tickets at home. PRICES Full £7.50 Member £5.90 Family Matinee £3.50 Silver Screen £4.30

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT THE LACE MARKET CAR PARK (FORMERLY KNOWN AS FLETCHER GATE) ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Conc £5.90 Conc Member £4.90 Children under 12 £3.50

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members on selected films.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

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VICTORIA CENTRE

broadway

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LOWER PARLIAMENT ST

GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

P

FLETCHER GATE

P

ST EY

Polanski’s first feature is a masterful study of sexual tension and paranoia. The story is simplicity itself: a married couple, setting forth on a yachting weekend, gives a lift to an attractive young hitchhiker. During what was intended to be a relaxing break, competition builds between the two men as they vie for the attentions of the alluring young wife. BFI

Malik has a lot on his plate when he returns home to Tunisia after living in France. He’s processing his father’s death, he can’t come out to his mother and his childhood anxieties have resurfaced. But all of Malik’s problems seem to fade away when he falls for Bilal, the dreamy houseboy at his mother’s bourgeois estate. Outfest Film Festival

United States 2012 123m

A special advanced preview screening of this ultimate anthology film, 26 films and 26 ways to die, from 26 cutting-edge horror film directors spanning 15 countries. A provocative, shocking, funfilled festival of fear and jet black humour.

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 will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 10 wks Thursday evenings commencing 9 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members & concs (includes entrance into films)

ON ST

Starring: Leon Niemczyk

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Antonin Stahly Viswanadhan

MON 29, 7.45PM

With English Subtitles Dir: Roman Polanski Poland 1962 94m

Starring: Claudia Cardinale,

Dirs: Noburu Iguchi, Ti West, Ben Wheatley, etc.

For this unique course we ask you to bring in your own smartphone or digital camera and you can learn filmmaking techniques and apply them using your own equipment, although you can also use what we have here. This 4-week course is practical, hands-on and fun, showing you some of the craft secrets that underpin good film-making. Tutor: Sam Derby-Cooper 4 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 7 May, 6.30-8.30PM Price: £80 / £60 members & concs

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 wks Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 concs & members

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

KNIFE IN THE WATER (PG)

The eagerly awaited exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, Manet: Portraying Life will be captured for the cinema screen. This is the first ever major exhibition in the UK devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet, spanning his entire career. The exhibition will bring together great works from across Europe, Asia and the USA. Cinemagoers will see exclusive behind-thescenes moments of the Royal Academy’s exhibition preparation - moments usually hidden from view - and experience a detailed, superbly crafted biography of Manet and 19th century Paris. Host Tim Marlow along with expert guests examine the work of one of the all-time great artists.

Dir: Mehdi Ben Attia France 2009 93m

THE ABC’S OF DEATH (18)

LO FI FILM CLUB 120m

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email rachel r.barrett@broadway.org.uk

TALK CINEMA MAY 2013 90m

13

ST CLUMBER

MON 8, 6.15PM

MANET: PORTRAYING LIFE (12A) 91m

With English Subtitles

PRESENT

Your chance to see the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ST

H IS FOR HORROR! FILM QUIZ

TESS (12A)

THE STRING + DIRECTOR’S Q&A (15)

SUN 21, 8.30PM

SUMMER 2013 FILM COURSES

11

SE OU SH AS GL

THU 18, FROM 8.45PM

CHINATOWN (15)

THU 11, 7PM PRE-SHOW STARTS 6.30PM

FRI 12, 8PM

Near Now is Broadway's producing, commissioning and artist development programme. We work with artists and designers to produce and present playful projects that explore technology in everyday life. We are passionate about supporting practice-led research across art, design, technology and learning, acting as a development organisation for artistic talent and bold ideas. Our artist development work is delivered through two strands launching later in 2013, including a national associates programme and international research labs. The Near Now programme also works across the arts, culture and heritage sector to support organisations and individuals to increase their digital capacity. twitter.com/nearnow

APRIL 2013

ST ON MILT

QUIZZES

TUE 16, FROM 8.30PM

SUN 14, 2.15PM

The opera that conquered London in Handel’s time comes to the Met in David McVicar’s lively production. The world’s leading countertenor, David Daniels, sings the title role opposite Natalie Dessay as an irresistibly exotic Cleopatra.

10

MY MOVIE

MET OPERA LIVE

FREE

APRIL 2013

LACE MARKET CAR PARK

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

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

HEA THC OAT ST

APRIL 2013

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 7007880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

NOTORIOUS

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


TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

APRIL 2013

08

ROMAN POLANSKI Enjoy some of Roman Polanski’s most celebrated films on the big screen.

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

APRIL 2013

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

09

SPECIALS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM SAT 27, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 28, 12NOON

FOOD

HANDEL’S GIULIO CESARE (12A) 271m

THU 25, FROM 6PM

ITALIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the specials menu tonight. SUN 7, 7.45PM

MUSIC

SAT 27, 10.30PM ‘TIL LATE

DELI QUARTET Join us for a night of sax-led swinging music with a quartet that knows how to get the party going.

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

An Alphabet based quiz: 26 killer questions to usher in the exclusive advanced Mayhem screening of new anthology film THE ABC's OF DEATH from a host of international directors including Ben Wheatley, Ti West and many, many more... on Sunday 21st April. It’s £1 a head to join in.

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 1973 125m

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1979

Starring: Jack Nicholson , Faye Dunaway

168m

Working from Robert Towne’s brilliant, resonant script about all manner of venality and corruption in 30s LA, Polanski fashioned a silky film noir now widely regarded as among the greatest of all American crime movies. BFI

Starring: Nastassia Kinski

A lovely evocation of the Wessex landscape (the film was shot in Brittany, as it happens) enhances this sensitive, faithful adaptation of Hardy’s novel about a young woman from a peasant family hoping to regain its alleged former aristocratic status. BFI

We are delighted to welcome Director Mehdi Ben Attia to Broadway to discuss his film with Dr. Denis M. Provencher, Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow, School of Arts & Humanities at Nottingham Trent University.

REPULSION (15) Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1965

See page 7 for an alphabet-based horror quiz in our Cafebar on 16 April.

100m Starring: Catherine Deneuve

Characteristically ambitious and realised with a perfectionist’s precision, Polanski’s first feature after he left Poland is both a great London film and a truly unsettling study of loneliness and psychological turmoil. BFI

FLYING BLIND (CERT TBC) + DIRECTOR’S Q&A

THE STING (PG) 123m

A terrific prequel to the classic sci-fi adventure series in which a young Kirk and Spock are thrown together on the Enterprise, with rest of the iconic crew, to do battle with time-traveling Romulans.

This re-teaming of Robert Redford and Paul Newman, following the success of Butch Cassidy, won seven Oscars and is one of the most eloquent gangster movies of all time.

‘HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY GORDON CARSON’ LOVE FROM YOUR FRIENDS - ENJOY!

A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MOVIE FOR A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MAN - TOBY!

They say that crime doesn’t pay but it has been doing pretty well at the Box Office since the early days of cinema. In our latest Wednesday afternoon course we’ll look at ten different aspects of a most enduring genre, including heists, murder, police procedural, noir and more. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 wks Wednesday afternoons commencing 8 May, 2-4PM (excluding Wednesday 29 May) Course ends Wednesday 17 July. Price: £70 / £50 members & concs

TALK + SCREENING THU 4, 6.15PM

2012 88m Starring: Kenneth Cranham, Helen McCrory

We’re pleased to welcome Director Katarzyna Klimkiewicz who will be participating in a postscreening Q&A. FLYING BLIND

STAR TREK (12A) 125m

BRITISH CRIME CINEMA 120m

PRESENT

A smart thriller from first time director, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz. Frankie is a middle-aged woman working in the air defence industry. Her life is turned upside-down when a passionate affair with a French/Algerian student takes a sinister turn. How much does she really know about him, and why do MI5 consider him a person of interest?

Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

SUN 21, 2PM

THU 25, 6.30PM

Dir: Katarzyna Klimkiewicz United Kingdom

Presented in Association with Nottingham Trent University.

NEWS FROM NEAR NOW...

SUN 7, 2PM

NELLY BEN HAYOUN + INTERNATIONAL SPACE ORCHESTRA (UC) We are delighted to launch a new series of monthly talks from the weird and wired edges of art, design and technology with a visit from awardwinning designer and director Nelly Ben Hayoun, who will be talking about her latest project in collaboration with NASA to create the first ever orchestra composed entirely of space scientists. Her talk will be followed by a screening of feature documentary the International Space Orchestra. Tickets: Regular Price Applies

SUN 14, 2PM

SUN 28, 2PM

NORTH BY NORTHWEST (PG)

STRICTLY BALLROOM (PG)

133m

91m

Hitchcock’s romantic comedy-thriller featuring Cary Grant as an advertising executive who is mistaken by enemy spies for a US undercover agent. And of course there are the famous set pieces...

Two misfits try to win the Australian Pan Pacific Championships and show the Ballroom Confederation that they are wrong when they say, “there are no new steps!”

HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY THE FILM ON MY 50TH BIRTHDAY. GREN.

FIVE DECADES OF CHERRY!

DIAL H FOR HITCHOCK: An Introduction to the Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock Good Evening... This 10 week course will attempt to shed light on Hitchcock’s cinema and consider what impact he has had on filmmaking and audiences. The course will include 2 screenings of key Hitchcock films (The Lodger and Notorious) and sessions will examine some famous Hitchcock moments and techniques but also some less well known Hitchcock films. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 wks (including 2 screenings) Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 concs & members

SPY MOVIES 90m The Cold War may have thawed and spies are in the warm more they were but the spy movie still has great allure. Bond is fighting Bourne at the Box Office and the combination of guile and gadgets pitted against new terrors keep the genre fresh and exciting. We’ll go back to the 1930s and see how Alfred Hitchcock played a major part in establishing the idea of the spy film, then look at wartime and postwar developments in Britain and America before coming right up to date. Tutor: Alan Seaman 5 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 4 June, 7-8.30PM Price: £35 / £25 members & concs ★ FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL ON 0115 9626611 Please note that we cannot refund courses one week before the start date, or after the course has started.

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50 THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is no phone or online booking fee, and you can print your tickets at home. PRICES Full £7.50 Member £5.90 Family Matinee £3.50 Silver Screen £4.30

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT THE LACE MARKET CAR PARK (FORMERLY KNOWN AS FLETCHER GATE) ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Conc £5.90 Conc Member £4.90 Children under 12 £3.50

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members on selected films.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

P

VICTORIA CENTRE

broadway

P

LOWER PARLIAMENT ST

GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

P

FLETCHER GATE

P

ST EY

Polanski’s first feature is a masterful study of sexual tension and paranoia. The story is simplicity itself: a married couple, setting forth on a yachting weekend, gives a lift to an attractive young hitchhiker. During what was intended to be a relaxing break, competition builds between the two men as they vie for the attentions of the alluring young wife. BFI

Malik has a lot on his plate when he returns home to Tunisia after living in France. He’s processing his father’s death, he can’t come out to his mother and his childhood anxieties have resurfaced. But all of Malik’s problems seem to fade away when he falls for Bilal, the dreamy houseboy at his mother’s bourgeois estate. Outfest Film Festival

United States 2012 123m

A special advanced preview screening of this ultimate anthology film, 26 films and 26 ways to die, from 26 cutting-edge horror film directors spanning 15 countries. A provocative, shocking, funfilled festival of fear and jet black humour.

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 will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 10 wks Thursday evenings commencing 9 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members & concs (includes entrance into films)

ON ST

Starring: Leon Niemczyk

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Antonin Stahly Viswanadhan

MON 29, 7.45PM

With English Subtitles Dir: Roman Polanski Poland 1962 94m

Starring: Claudia Cardinale,

Dirs: Noburu Iguchi, Ti West, Ben Wheatley, etc.

For this unique course we ask you to bring in your own smartphone or digital camera and you can learn filmmaking techniques and apply them using your own equipment, although you can also use what we have here. This 4-week course is practical, hands-on and fun, showing you some of the craft secrets that underpin good film-making. Tutor: Sam Derby-Cooper 4 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 7 May, 6.30-8.30PM Price: £80 / £60 members & concs

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 wks Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 concs & members

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

KNIFE IN THE WATER (PG)

The eagerly awaited exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, Manet: Portraying Life will be captured for the cinema screen. This is the first ever major exhibition in the UK devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet, spanning his entire career. The exhibition will bring together great works from across Europe, Asia and the USA. Cinemagoers will see exclusive behind-thescenes moments of the Royal Academy’s exhibition preparation - moments usually hidden from view - and experience a detailed, superbly crafted biography of Manet and 19th century Paris. Host Tim Marlow along with expert guests examine the work of one of the all-time great artists.

Dir: Mehdi Ben Attia France 2009 93m

THE ABC’S OF DEATH (18)

LO FI FILM CLUB 120m

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email rachel r.barrett@broadway.org.uk

TALK CINEMA MAY 2013 90m

13

ST CLUMBER

MON 8, 6.15PM

MANET: PORTRAYING LIFE (12A) 91m

With English Subtitles

PRESENT

Your chance to see the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ST

H IS FOR HORROR! FILM QUIZ

TESS (12A)

THE STRING + DIRECTOR’S Q&A (15)

SUN 21, 8.30PM

SUMMER 2013 FILM COURSES

11

SE OU SH AS GL

THU 18, FROM 8.45PM

CHINATOWN (15)

THU 11, 7PM PRE-SHOW STARTS 6.30PM

FRI 12, 8PM

Near Now is Broadway's producing, commissioning and artist development programme. We work with artists and designers to produce and present playful projects that explore technology in everyday life. We are passionate about supporting practice-led research across art, design, technology and learning, acting as a development organisation for artistic talent and bold ideas. Our artist development work is delivered through two strands launching later in 2013, including a national associates programme and international research labs. The Near Now programme also works across the arts, culture and heritage sector to support organisations and individuals to increase their digital capacity. twitter.com/nearnow

APRIL 2013

ST ON MILT

QUIZZES

TUE 16, FROM 8.30PM

SUN 14, 2.15PM

The opera that conquered London in Handel’s time comes to the Met in David McVicar’s lively production. The world’s leading countertenor, David Daniels, sings the title role opposite Natalie Dessay as an irresistibly exotic Cleopatra.

10

MY MOVIE

MET OPERA LIVE

FREE

APRIL 2013

LACE MARKET CAR PARK

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

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

HEA THC OAT ST

APRIL 2013

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 7007880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

NOTORIOUS

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


TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

APRIL 2013

08

ROMAN POLANSKI Enjoy some of Roman Polanski’s most celebrated films on the big screen.

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

APRIL 2013

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

09

SPECIALS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM SAT 27, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 28, 12NOON

FOOD

HANDEL’S GIULIO CESARE (12A) 271m

THU 25, FROM 6PM

ITALIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the specials menu tonight. SUN 7, 7.45PM

MUSIC

SAT 27, 10.30PM ‘TIL LATE

DELI QUARTET Join us for a night of sax-led swinging music with a quartet that knows how to get the party going.

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

An Alphabet based quiz: 26 killer questions to usher in the exclusive advanced Mayhem screening of new anthology film THE ABC's OF DEATH from a host of international directors including Ben Wheatley, Ti West and many, many more... on Sunday 21st April. It’s £1 a head to join in.

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 1973 125m

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1979

Starring: Jack Nicholson , Faye Dunaway

168m

Working from Robert Towne’s brilliant, resonant script about all manner of venality and corruption in 30s LA, Polanski fashioned a silky film noir now widely regarded as among the greatest of all American crime movies. BFI

Starring: Nastassia Kinski

A lovely evocation of the Wessex landscape (the film was shot in Brittany, as it happens) enhances this sensitive, faithful adaptation of Hardy’s novel about a young woman from a peasant family hoping to regain its alleged former aristocratic status. BFI

We are delighted to welcome Director Mehdi Ben Attia to Broadway to discuss his film with Dr. Denis M. Provencher, Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow, School of Arts & Humanities at Nottingham Trent University.

100m Starring: Catherine Deneuve

Characteristically ambitious and realised with a perfectionist’s precision, Polanski’s first feature after he left Poland is both a great London film and a truly unsettling study of loneliness and psychological turmoil. BFI

THE STING (PG) 123m

A terrific prequel to the classic sci-fi adventure series in which a young Kirk and Spock are thrown together on the Enterprise, with rest of the iconic crew, to do battle with time-traveling Romulans.

This re-teaming of Robert Redford and Paul Newman, following the success of Butch Cassidy, won seven Oscars and is one of the most eloquent gangster movies of all time.

‘HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY GORDON CARSON’ LOVE FROM YOUR FRIENDS - ENJOY!

A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MOVIE FOR A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MAN - TOBY!

BRITISH CRIME CINEMA 120m They say that crime doesn’t pay but it has been doing pretty well at the Box Office since the early days of cinema. In our latest Wednesday afternoon course we’ll look at ten different aspects of a most enduring genre, including heists, murder, police procedural, noir and more. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 wks Wednesday afternoons commencing 8 May, 2-4PM (excluding Wednesday 29 May) Course ends Wednesday 17 July. Price: £70 / £50 members & concs

PRESENT

FLYING BLIND (CERT TBC) + DIRECTOR’S Q&A

TALK + SCREENING THU 4, 6.15PM

2012 88m Starring: Kenneth Cranham, Helen McCrory

We’re pleased to welcome Director Katarzyna Klimkiewicz who will be participating in a postscreening Q&A. FLYING BLIND

STAR TREK (12A) 125m

THU 25, 6.30PM

A smart thriller from first time director, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz. Frankie is a middle-aged woman working in the air defence industry. Her life is turned upside-down when a passionate affair with a French/Algerian student takes a sinister turn. How much does she really know about him, and why do MI5 consider him a person of interest?

Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

SUN 21, 2PM

NELLY BEN HAYOUN + INTERNATIONAL SPACE ORCHESTRA (UC) We are delighted to launch a new series of monthly talks from the weird and wired edges of art, design and technology with a visit from awardwinning designer and director Nelly Ben Hayoun, who will be talking about her latest project in collaboration with NASA to create the first ever orchestra composed entirely of space scientists. Her talk will be followed by a screening of feature documentary the International Space Orchestra. Tickets: Regular Price Applies

SUN 14, 2PM

SUN 28, 2PM

NORTH BY NORTHWEST (PG)

STRICTLY BALLROOM (PG)

133m

91m

Hitchcock’s romantic comedy-thriller featuring Cary Grant as an advertising executive who is mistaken by enemy spies for a US undercover agent. And of course there are the famous set pieces...

Two misfits try to win the Australian Pan Pacific Championships and show the Ballroom Confederation that they are wrong when they say, “there are no new steps!”

HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY THE FILM ON MY 50TH BIRTHDAY. GREN.

FIVE DECADES OF CHERRY!

Good Evening... This 10 week course will attempt to shed light on Hitchcock’s cinema and consider what impact he has had on filmmaking and audiences. The course will include 2 screenings of key Hitchcock films (The Lodger and Notorious) and sessions will examine some famous Hitchcock moments and techniques but also some less well known Hitchcock films. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 wks (including 2 screenings) Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 concs & members

★ FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL ON 0115 9626611 Please note that we cannot refund courses one week before the start date, or after the course has started.

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50 THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is no phone or online booking fee, and you can print your tickets at home. PRICES Full £7.50 Member £5.90 Family Matinee £3.50 Silver Screen £4.30

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT THE LACE MARKET CAR PARK (FORMERLY KNOWN AS FLETCHER GATE) ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Conc £5.90 Conc Member £4.90 Children under 12 £3.50

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members on selected films.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

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VICTORIA CENTRE

broadway

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LOWER PARLIAMENT ST

GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

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FLETCHER GATE

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LACE MARKET CAR PARK

ST

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1965

See page 7 for an alphabet-based horror quiz in our Cafebar on 16 April.

Dir: Katarzyna Klimkiewicz United Kingdom

Presented in Association with Nottingham Trent University.

NEWS FROM NEAR NOW...

SUN 7, 2PM

DIAL H FOR HITCHOCK: An Introduction to the Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock

The Cold War may have thawed and spies are in the warm more they were but the spy movie still has great allure. Bond is fighting Bourne at the Box Office and the combination of guile and gadgets pitted against new terrors keep the genre fresh and exciting. We’ll go back to the 1930s and see how Alfred Hitchcock played a major part in establishing the idea of the spy film, then look at wartime and postwar developments in Britain and America before coming right up to date. Tutor: Alan Seaman 5 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 4 June, 7-8.30PM Price: £35 / £25 members & concs

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

EY

REPULSION (15)

A special advanced preview screening of this ultimate anthology film, 26 films and 26 ways to die, from 26 cutting-edge horror film directors spanning 15 countries. A provocative, shocking, funfilled festival of fear and jet black humour.

SPY MOVIES 90m

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

ON

Polanski’s first feature is a masterful study of sexual tension and paranoia. The story is simplicity itself: a married couple, setting forth on a yachting weekend, gives a lift to an attractive young hitchhiker. During what was intended to be a relaxing break, competition builds between the two men as they vie for the attentions of the alluring young wife. BFI

Malik has a lot on his plate when he returns home to Tunisia after living in France. He’s processing his father’s death, he can’t come out to his mother and his childhood anxieties have resurfaced. But all of Malik’s problems seem to fade away when he falls for Bilal, the dreamy houseboy at his mother’s bourgeois estate. Outfest Film Festival

United States 2012 123m

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 will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 10 wks Thursday evenings commencing 9 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members & concs (includes entrance into films)

ST

Starring: Leon Niemczyk

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Antonin Stahly Viswanadhan

MON 29, 7.45PM

With English Subtitles Dir: Roman Polanski Poland 1962 94m

Starring: Claudia Cardinale,

Dirs: Noburu Iguchi, Ti West, Ben Wheatley, etc.

For this unique course we ask you to bring in your own smartphone or digital camera and you can learn filmmaking techniques and apply them using your own equipment, although you can also use what we have here. This 4-week course is practical, hands-on and fun, showing you some of the craft secrets that underpin good film-making. Tutor: Sam Derby-Cooper 4 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 7 May, 6.30-8.30PM Price: £80 / £60 members & concs

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 wks Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 concs & members

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

KNIFE IN THE WATER (PG)

The eagerly awaited exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, Manet: Portraying Life will be captured for the cinema screen. This is the first ever major exhibition in the UK devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet, spanning his entire career. The exhibition will bring together great works from across Europe, Asia and the USA. Cinemagoers will see exclusive behind-thescenes moments of the Royal Academy’s exhibition preparation - moments usually hidden from view - and experience a detailed, superbly crafted biography of Manet and 19th century Paris. Host Tim Marlow along with expert guests examine the work of one of the all-time great artists.

Dir: Mehdi Ben Attia France 2009 93m

THE ABC’S OF DEATH (18)

LO FI FILM CLUB 120m

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email rachel r.barrett@broadway.org.uk

TALK CINEMA MAY 2013 90m

13

ST CLUMBER

MON 8, 6.15PM

MANET: PORTRAYING LIFE (12A) 91m

With English Subtitles

PRESENT

Your chance to see the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ST

H IS FOR HORROR! FILM QUIZ

TESS (12A)

THE STRING + DIRECTOR’S Q&A (15)

SUN 21, 8.30PM

SUMMER 2013 FILM COURSES

11

SE OU SH AS GL

THU 18, FROM 8.45PM

CHINATOWN (15)

THU 11, 7PM PRE-SHOW STARTS 6.30PM

FRI 12, 8PM

Near Now is Broadway's producing, commissioning and artist development programme. We work with artists and designers to produce and present playful projects that explore technology in everyday life. We are passionate about supporting practice-led research across art, design, technology and learning, acting as a development organisation for artistic talent and bold ideas. Our artist development work is delivered through two strands launching later in 2013, including a national associates programme and international research labs. The Near Now programme also works across the arts, culture and heritage sector to support organisations and individuals to increase their digital capacity. twitter.com/nearnow

APRIL 2013

ST ON MILT

QUIZZES

TUE 16, FROM 8.30PM

SUN 14, 2.15PM

The opera that conquered London in Handel’s time comes to the Met in David McVicar’s lively production. The world’s leading countertenor, David Daniels, sings the title role opposite Natalie Dessay as an irresistibly exotic Cleopatra.

10

MY MOVIE

MET OPERA LIVE

FREE

APRIL 2013

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

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

HEA THC OAT ST

APRIL 2013

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 7007880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

NOTORIOUS

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


TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

APRIL 2013

08

ROMAN POLANSKI Enjoy some of Roman Polanski’s most celebrated films on the big screen.

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

APRIL 2013

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

09

SPECIALS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM SAT 27, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 28, 12NOON

FOOD

HANDEL’S GIULIO CESARE (12A) 271m

THU 25, FROM 6PM

ITALIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the specials menu tonight. SUN 7, 7.45PM

MUSIC

SAT 27, 10.30PM ‘TIL LATE

DELI QUARTET Join us for a night of sax-led swinging music with a quartet that knows how to get the party going.

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

An Alphabet based quiz: 26 killer questions to usher in the exclusive advanced Mayhem screening of new anthology film THE ABC's OF DEATH from a host of international directors including Ben Wheatley, Ti West and many, many more... on Sunday 21st April. It’s £1 a head to join in.

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 1973 125m

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1979

Starring: Jack Nicholson , Faye Dunaway

168m

Working from Robert Towne’s brilliant, resonant script about all manner of venality and corruption in 30s LA, Polanski fashioned a silky film noir now widely regarded as among the greatest of all American crime movies. BFI

Starring: Nastassia Kinski

A lovely evocation of the Wessex landscape (the film was shot in Brittany, as it happens) enhances this sensitive, faithful adaptation of Hardy’s novel about a young woman from a peasant family hoping to regain its alleged former aristocratic status. BFI

We are delighted to welcome Director Mehdi Ben Attia to Broadway to discuss his film with Dr. Denis M. Provencher, Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow, School of Arts & Humanities at Nottingham Trent University.

100m Starring: Catherine Deneuve

Characteristically ambitious and realised with a perfectionist’s precision, Polanski’s first feature after he left Poland is both a great London film and a truly unsettling study of loneliness and psychological turmoil. BFI

THE STING (PG) 123m

A terrific prequel to the classic sci-fi adventure series in which a young Kirk and Spock are thrown together on the Enterprise, with rest of the iconic crew, to do battle with time-traveling Romulans.

This re-teaming of Robert Redford and Paul Newman, following the success of Butch Cassidy, won seven Oscars and is one of the most eloquent gangster movies of all time.

‘HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY GORDON CARSON’ LOVE FROM YOUR FRIENDS - ENJOY!

A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MOVIE FOR A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MAN - TOBY!

BRITISH CRIME CINEMA 120m They say that crime doesn’t pay but it has been doing pretty well at the Box Office since the early days of cinema. In our latest Wednesday afternoon course we’ll look at ten different aspects of a most enduring genre, including heists, murder, police procedural, noir and more. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 wks Wednesday afternoons commencing 8 May, 2-4PM (excluding Wednesday 29 May) Course ends Wednesday 17 July. Price: £70 / £50 members & concs

PRESENT

FLYING BLIND (CERT TBC) + DIRECTOR’S Q&A

TALK + SCREENING THU 4, 6.15PM

2012 88m Starring: Kenneth Cranham, Helen McCrory

We’re pleased to welcome Director Katarzyna Klimkiewicz who will be participating in a postscreening Q&A. FLYING BLIND

STAR TREK (12A) 125m

THU 25, 6.30PM

A smart thriller from first time director, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz. Frankie is a middle-aged woman working in the air defence industry. Her life is turned upside-down when a passionate affair with a French/Algerian student takes a sinister turn. How much does she really know about him, and why do MI5 consider him a person of interest?

Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

SUN 21, 2PM

NELLY BEN HAYOUN + INTERNATIONAL SPACE ORCHESTRA (UC) We are delighted to launch a new series of monthly talks from the weird and wired edges of art, design and technology with a visit from awardwinning designer and director Nelly Ben Hayoun, who will be talking about her latest project in collaboration with NASA to create the first ever orchestra composed entirely of space scientists. Her talk will be followed by a screening of feature documentary the International Space Orchestra. Tickets: Regular Price Applies

SUN 14, 2PM

SUN 28, 2PM

NORTH BY NORTHWEST (PG)

STRICTLY BALLROOM (PG)

133m

91m

Hitchcock’s romantic comedy-thriller featuring Cary Grant as an advertising executive who is mistaken by enemy spies for a US undercover agent. And of course there are the famous set pieces...

Two misfits try to win the Australian Pan Pacific Championships and show the Ballroom Confederation that they are wrong when they say, “there are no new steps!”

HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY THE FILM ON MY 50TH BIRTHDAY. GREN.

FIVE DECADES OF CHERRY!

Good Evening... This 10 week course will attempt to shed light on Hitchcock’s cinema and consider what impact he has had on filmmaking and audiences. The course will include 2 screenings of key Hitchcock films (The Lodger and Notorious) and sessions will examine some famous Hitchcock moments and techniques but also some less well known Hitchcock films. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 wks (including 2 screenings) Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 concs & members

★ FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL ON 0115 9626611 Please note that we cannot refund courses one week before the start date, or after the course has started.

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50 THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is no phone or online booking fee, and you can print your tickets at home. PRICES Full £7.50 Member £5.90 Family Matinee £3.50 Silver Screen £4.30

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT THE LACE MARKET CAR PARK (FORMERLY KNOWN AS FLETCHER GATE) ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Conc £5.90 Conc Member £4.90 Children under 12 £3.50

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members on selected films.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

P

VICTORIA CENTRE

broadway

P

LOWER PARLIAMENT ST

GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

P

FLETCHER GATE

P

LACE MARKET CAR PARK

ST

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1965

See page 7 for an alphabet-based horror quiz in our Cafebar on 16 April.

Dir: Katarzyna Klimkiewicz United Kingdom

Presented in Association with Nottingham Trent University.

NEWS FROM NEAR NOW...

SUN 7, 2PM

DIAL H FOR HITCHOCK: An Introduction to the Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock

The Cold War may have thawed and spies are in the warm more they were but the spy movie still has great allure. Bond is fighting Bourne at the Box Office and the combination of guile and gadgets pitted against new terrors keep the genre fresh and exciting. We’ll go back to the 1930s and see how Alfred Hitchcock played a major part in establishing the idea of the spy film, then look at wartime and postwar developments in Britain and America before coming right up to date. Tutor: Alan Seaman 5 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 4 June, 7-8.30PM Price: £35 / £25 members & concs

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

EY

REPULSION (15)

A special advanced preview screening of this ultimate anthology film, 26 films and 26 ways to die, from 26 cutting-edge horror film directors spanning 15 countries. A provocative, shocking, funfilled festival of fear and jet black humour.

SPY MOVIES 90m

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

ON

Polanski’s first feature is a masterful study of sexual tension and paranoia. The story is simplicity itself: a married couple, setting forth on a yachting weekend, gives a lift to an attractive young hitchhiker. During what was intended to be a relaxing break, competition builds between the two men as they vie for the attentions of the alluring young wife. BFI

Malik has a lot on his plate when he returns home to Tunisia after living in France. He’s processing his father’s death, he can’t come out to his mother and his childhood anxieties have resurfaced. But all of Malik’s problems seem to fade away when he falls for Bilal, the dreamy houseboy at his mother’s bourgeois estate. Outfest Film Festival

United States 2012 123m

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 will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 10 wks Thursday evenings commencing 9 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members & concs (includes entrance into films)

ST

Starring: Leon Niemczyk

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Antonin Stahly Viswanadhan

MON 29, 7.45PM

With English Subtitles Dir: Roman Polanski Poland 1962 94m

Starring: Claudia Cardinale,

Dirs: Noburu Iguchi, Ti West, Ben Wheatley, etc.

For this unique course we ask you to bring in your own smartphone or digital camera and you can learn filmmaking techniques and apply them using your own equipment, although you can also use what we have here. This 4-week course is practical, hands-on and fun, showing you some of the craft secrets that underpin good film-making. Tutor: Sam Derby-Cooper 4 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 7 May, 6.30-8.30PM Price: £80 / £60 members & concs

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 wks Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 concs & members

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

KNIFE IN THE WATER (PG)

The eagerly awaited exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, Manet: Portraying Life will be captured for the cinema screen. This is the first ever major exhibition in the UK devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet, spanning his entire career. The exhibition will bring together great works from across Europe, Asia and the USA. Cinemagoers will see exclusive behind-thescenes moments of the Royal Academy’s exhibition preparation - moments usually hidden from view - and experience a detailed, superbly crafted biography of Manet and 19th century Paris. Host Tim Marlow along with expert guests examine the work of one of the all-time great artists.

Dir: Mehdi Ben Attia France 2009 93m

THE ABC’S OF DEATH (18)

LO FI FILM CLUB 120m

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email rachel r.barrett@broadway.org.uk

TALK CINEMA MAY 2013 90m

13

ST CLUMBER

MON 8, 6.15PM

MANET: PORTRAYING LIFE (12A) 91m

With English Subtitles

PRESENT

Your chance to see the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ST

H IS FOR HORROR! FILM QUIZ

TESS (12A)

THE STRING + DIRECTOR’S Q&A (15)

SUN 21, 8.30PM

SUMMER 2013 FILM COURSES

11

SE OU SH AS GL

THU 18, FROM 8.45PM

CHINATOWN (15)

THU 11, 7PM PRE-SHOW STARTS 6.30PM

FRI 12, 8PM

Near Now is Broadway's producing, commissioning and artist development programme. We work with artists and designers to produce and present playful projects that explore technology in everyday life. We are passionate about supporting practice-led research across art, design, technology and learning, acting as a development organisation for artistic talent and bold ideas. Our artist development work is delivered through two strands launching later in 2013, including a national associates programme and international research labs. The Near Now programme also works across the arts, culture and heritage sector to support organisations and individuals to increase their digital capacity. twitter.com/nearnow

APRIL 2013

ST ON MILT

QUIZZES

TUE 16, FROM 8.30PM

SUN 14, 2.15PM

The opera that conquered London in Handel’s time comes to the Met in David McVicar’s lively production. The world’s leading countertenor, David Daniels, sings the title role opposite Natalie Dessay as an irresistibly exotic Cleopatra.

10

MY MOVIE

MET OPERA LIVE

FREE

APRIL 2013

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

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

HEA THC OAT ST

APRIL 2013

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 7007880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

NOTORIOUS

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


TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

APRIL 2013

08

ROMAN POLANSKI Enjoy some of Roman Polanski’s most celebrated films on the big screen.

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

APRIL 2013

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

09

SPECIALS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM SAT 27, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 28, 12NOON

FOOD

HANDEL’S GIULIO CESARE (12A) 271m

THU 25, FROM 6PM

ITALIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the specials menu tonight. SUN 7, 7.45PM

MUSIC

SAT 27, 10.30PM ‘TIL LATE

DELI QUARTET Join us for a night of sax-led swinging music with a quartet that knows how to get the party going.

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

An Alphabet based quiz: 26 killer questions to usher in the exclusive advanced Mayhem screening of new anthology film THE ABC's OF DEATH from a host of international directors including Ben Wheatley, Ti West and many, many more... on Sunday 21st April. It’s £1 a head to join in.

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 1973 125m

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1979

Starring: Jack Nicholson , Faye Dunaway

168m

Working from Robert Towne’s brilliant, resonant script about all manner of venality and corruption in 30s LA, Polanski fashioned a silky film noir now widely regarded as among the greatest of all American crime movies. BFI

Starring: Nastassia Kinski

A lovely evocation of the Wessex landscape (the film was shot in Brittany, as it happens) enhances this sensitive, faithful adaptation of Hardy’s novel about a young woman from a peasant family hoping to regain its alleged former aristocratic status. BFI

We are delighted to welcome Director Mehdi Ben Attia to Broadway to discuss his film with Dr. Denis M. Provencher, Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow, School of Arts & Humanities at Nottingham Trent University.

100m Starring: Catherine Deneuve

Characteristically ambitious and realised with a perfectionist’s precision, Polanski’s first feature after he left Poland is both a great London film and a truly unsettling study of loneliness and psychological turmoil. BFI

THE STING (PG) 123m

A terrific prequel to the classic sci-fi adventure series in which a young Kirk and Spock are thrown together on the Enterprise, with rest of the iconic crew, to do battle with time-traveling Romulans.

This re-teaming of Robert Redford and Paul Newman, following the success of Butch Cassidy, won seven Oscars and is one of the most eloquent gangster movies of all time.

‘HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY GORDON CARSON’ LOVE FROM YOUR FRIENDS - ENJOY!

A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MOVIE FOR A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MAN - TOBY!

BRITISH CRIME CINEMA 120m They say that crime doesn’t pay but it has been doing pretty well at the Box Office since the early days of cinema. In our latest Wednesday afternoon course we’ll look at ten different aspects of a most enduring genre, including heists, murder, police procedural, noir and more. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 wks Wednesday afternoons commencing 8 May, 2-4PM (excluding Wednesday 29 May) Course ends Wednesday 17 July. Price: £70 / £50 members & concs

PRESENT

FLYING BLIND (CERT TBC) + DIRECTOR’S Q&A

TALK + SCREENING THU 4, 6.15PM

2012 88m Starring: Kenneth Cranham, Helen McCrory

We’re pleased to welcome Director Katarzyna Klimkiewicz who will be participating in a postscreening Q&A. FLYING BLIND

STAR TREK (12A) 125m

THU 25, 6.30PM

A smart thriller from first time director, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz. Frankie is a middle-aged woman working in the air defence industry. Her life is turned upside-down when a passionate affair with a French/Algerian student takes a sinister turn. How much does she really know about him, and why do MI5 consider him a person of interest?

Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

SUN 21, 2PM

NELLY BEN HAYOUN + INTERNATIONAL SPACE ORCHESTRA (UC) We are delighted to launch a new series of monthly talks from the weird and wired edges of art, design and technology with a visit from awardwinning designer and director Nelly Ben Hayoun, who will be talking about her latest project in collaboration with NASA to create the first ever orchestra composed entirely of space scientists. Her talk will be followed by a screening of feature documentary the International Space Orchestra. Tickets: Regular Price Applies

SUN 14, 2PM

SUN 28, 2PM

NORTH BY NORTHWEST (PG)

STRICTLY BALLROOM (PG)

133m

91m

Hitchcock’s romantic comedy-thriller featuring Cary Grant as an advertising executive who is mistaken by enemy spies for a US undercover agent. And of course there are the famous set pieces...

Two misfits try to win the Australian Pan Pacific Championships and show the Ballroom Confederation that they are wrong when they say, “there are no new steps!”

HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY THE FILM ON MY 50TH BIRTHDAY. GREN.

FIVE DECADES OF CHERRY!

Good Evening... This 10 week course will attempt to shed light on Hitchcock’s cinema and consider what impact he has had on filmmaking and audiences. The course will include 2 screenings of key Hitchcock films (The Lodger and Notorious) and sessions will examine some famous Hitchcock moments and techniques but also some less well known Hitchcock films. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 wks (including 2 screenings) Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 concs & members

★ FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL ON 0115 9626611 Please note that we cannot refund courses one week before the start date, or after the course has started.

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50 THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is no phone or online booking fee, and you can print your tickets at home. PRICES Full £7.50 Member £5.90 Family Matinee £3.50 Silver Screen £4.30

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT THE LACE MARKET CAR PARK (FORMERLY KNOWN AS FLETCHER GATE) ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Conc £5.90 Conc Member £4.90 Children under 12 £3.50

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members on selected films.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

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GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

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FLETCHER GATE

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LACE MARKET CAR PARK

ST

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1965

See page 7 for an alphabet-based horror quiz in our Cafebar on 16 April.

Dir: Katarzyna Klimkiewicz United Kingdom

Presented in Association with Nottingham Trent University.

NEWS FROM NEAR NOW...

SUN 7, 2PM

DIAL H FOR HITCHOCK: An Introduction to the Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock

The Cold War may have thawed and spies are in the warm more they were but the spy movie still has great allure. Bond is fighting Bourne at the Box Office and the combination of guile and gadgets pitted against new terrors keep the genre fresh and exciting. We’ll go back to the 1930s and see how Alfred Hitchcock played a major part in establishing the idea of the spy film, then look at wartime and postwar developments in Britain and America before coming right up to date. Tutor: Alan Seaman 5 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 4 June, 7-8.30PM Price: £35 / £25 members & concs

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

EY

REPULSION (15)

A special advanced preview screening of this ultimate anthology film, 26 films and 26 ways to die, from 26 cutting-edge horror film directors spanning 15 countries. A provocative, shocking, funfilled festival of fear and jet black humour.

SPY MOVIES 90m

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

ON

Polanski’s first feature is a masterful study of sexual tension and paranoia. The story is simplicity itself: a married couple, setting forth on a yachting weekend, gives a lift to an attractive young hitchhiker. During what was intended to be a relaxing break, competition builds between the two men as they vie for the attentions of the alluring young wife. BFI

Malik has a lot on his plate when he returns home to Tunisia after living in France. He’s processing his father’s death, he can’t come out to his mother and his childhood anxieties have resurfaced. But all of Malik’s problems seem to fade away when he falls for Bilal, the dreamy houseboy at his mother’s bourgeois estate. Outfest Film Festival

United States 2012 123m

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 will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 10 wks Thursday evenings commencing 9 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members & concs (includes entrance into films)

ST

Starring: Leon Niemczyk

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Antonin Stahly Viswanadhan

MON 29, 7.45PM

With English Subtitles Dir: Roman Polanski Poland 1962 94m

Starring: Claudia Cardinale,

Dirs: Noburu Iguchi, Ti West, Ben Wheatley, etc.

For this unique course we ask you to bring in your own smartphone or digital camera and you can learn filmmaking techniques and apply them using your own equipment, although you can also use what we have here. This 4-week course is practical, hands-on and fun, showing you some of the craft secrets that underpin good film-making. Tutor: Sam Derby-Cooper 4 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 7 May, 6.30-8.30PM Price: £80 / £60 members & concs

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 wks Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 concs & members

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

KNIFE IN THE WATER (PG)

The eagerly awaited exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, Manet: Portraying Life will be captured for the cinema screen. This is the first ever major exhibition in the UK devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet, spanning his entire career. The exhibition will bring together great works from across Europe, Asia and the USA. Cinemagoers will see exclusive behind-thescenes moments of the Royal Academy’s exhibition preparation - moments usually hidden from view - and experience a detailed, superbly crafted biography of Manet and 19th century Paris. Host Tim Marlow along with expert guests examine the work of one of the all-time great artists.

Dir: Mehdi Ben Attia France 2009 93m

THE ABC’S OF DEATH (18)

LO FI FILM CLUB 120m

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email rachel r.barrett@broadway.org.uk

TALK CINEMA MAY 2013 90m

13

ST CLUMBER

MON 8, 6.15PM

MANET: PORTRAYING LIFE (12A) 91m

With English Subtitles

PRESENT

Your chance to see the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ST

H IS FOR HORROR! FILM QUIZ

TESS (12A)

THE STRING + DIRECTOR’S Q&A (15)

SUN 21, 8.30PM

SUMMER 2013 FILM COURSES

11

SE OU SH AS GL

THU 18, FROM 8.45PM

CHINATOWN (15)

THU 11, 7PM PRE-SHOW STARTS 6.30PM

FRI 12, 8PM

Near Now is Broadway's producing, commissioning and artist development programme. We work with artists and designers to produce and present playful projects that explore technology in everyday life. We are passionate about supporting practice-led research across art, design, technology and learning, acting as a development organisation for artistic talent and bold ideas. Our artist development work is delivered through two strands launching later in 2013, including a national associates programme and international research labs. The Near Now programme also works across the arts, culture and heritage sector to support organisations and individuals to increase their digital capacity. twitter.com/nearnow

APRIL 2013

ST ON MILT

QUIZZES

TUE 16, FROM 8.30PM

SUN 14, 2.15PM

The opera that conquered London in Handel’s time comes to the Met in David McVicar’s lively production. The world’s leading countertenor, David Daniels, sings the title role opposite Natalie Dessay as an irresistibly exotic Cleopatra.

10

MY MOVIE

MET OPERA LIVE

FREE

APRIL 2013

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

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

HEA THC OAT ST

APRIL 2013

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 7007880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

NOTORIOUS

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


TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

APRIL 2013

08

ROMAN POLANSKI Enjoy some of Roman Polanski’s most celebrated films on the big screen.

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

APRIL 2013

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

09

SPECIALS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM SAT 27, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 28, 12NOON

FOOD

HANDEL’S GIULIO CESARE (12A) 271m

THU 25, FROM 6PM

ITALIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the specials menu tonight. SUN 7, 7.45PM

MUSIC

SAT 27, 10.30PM ‘TIL LATE

DELI QUARTET Join us for a night of sax-led swinging music with a quartet that knows how to get the party going.

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

An Alphabet based quiz: 26 killer questions to usher in the exclusive advanced Mayhem screening of new anthology film THE ABC's OF DEATH from a host of international directors including Ben Wheatley, Ti West and many, many more... on Sunday 21st April. It’s £1 a head to join in.

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 1973 125m

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1979

Starring: Jack Nicholson , Faye Dunaway

168m

Working from Robert Towne’s brilliant, resonant script about all manner of venality and corruption in 30s LA, Polanski fashioned a silky film noir now widely regarded as among the greatest of all American crime movies. BFI

Starring: Nastassia Kinski

A lovely evocation of the Wessex landscape (the film was shot in Brittany, as it happens) enhances this sensitive, faithful adaptation of Hardy’s novel about a young woman from a peasant family hoping to regain its alleged former aristocratic status. BFI

We are delighted to welcome Director Mehdi Ben Attia to Broadway to discuss his film with Dr. Denis M. Provencher, Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow, School of Arts & Humanities at Nottingham Trent University.

REPULSION (15) Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1965

See page 7 for an alphabet-based horror quiz in our Cafebar on 16 April.

100m Starring: Catherine Deneuve

Characteristically ambitious and realised with a perfectionist’s precision, Polanski’s first feature after he left Poland is both a great London film and a truly unsettling study of loneliness and psychological turmoil. BFI

FLYING BLIND (CERT TBC) + DIRECTOR’S Q&A

THE STING (PG) 123m

A terrific prequel to the classic sci-fi adventure series in which a young Kirk and Spock are thrown together on the Enterprise, with rest of the iconic crew, to do battle with time-traveling Romulans.

This re-teaming of Robert Redford and Paul Newman, following the success of Butch Cassidy, won seven Oscars and is one of the most eloquent gangster movies of all time.

‘HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY GORDON CARSON’ LOVE FROM YOUR FRIENDS - ENJOY!

A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MOVIE FOR A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MAN - TOBY!

They say that crime doesn’t pay but it has been doing pretty well at the Box Office since the early days of cinema. In our latest Wednesday afternoon course we’ll look at ten different aspects of a most enduring genre, including heists, murder, police procedural, noir and more. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 wks Wednesday afternoons commencing 8 May, 2-4PM (excluding Wednesday 29 May) Course ends Wednesday 17 July. Price: £70 / £50 members & concs

TALK + SCREENING THU 4, 6.15PM

2012 88m Starring: Kenneth Cranham, Helen McCrory

We’re pleased to welcome Director Katarzyna Klimkiewicz who will be participating in a postscreening Q&A. FLYING BLIND

STAR TREK (12A) 125m

BRITISH CRIME CINEMA 120m

PRESENT

A smart thriller from first time director, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz. Frankie is a middle-aged woman working in the air defence industry. Her life is turned upside-down when a passionate affair with a French/Algerian student takes a sinister turn. How much does she really know about him, and why do MI5 consider him a person of interest?

Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

SUN 21, 2PM

THU 25, 6.30PM

Dir: Katarzyna Klimkiewicz United Kingdom

Presented in Association with Nottingham Trent University.

NEWS FROM NEAR NOW...

SUN 7, 2PM

NELLY BEN HAYOUN + INTERNATIONAL SPACE ORCHESTRA (UC) We are delighted to launch a new series of monthly talks from the weird and wired edges of art, design and technology with a visit from awardwinning designer and director Nelly Ben Hayoun, who will be talking about her latest project in collaboration with NASA to create the first ever orchestra composed entirely of space scientists. Her talk will be followed by a screening of feature documentary the International Space Orchestra. Tickets: Regular Price Applies

SUN 14, 2PM

SUN 28, 2PM

NORTH BY NORTHWEST (PG)

STRICTLY BALLROOM (PG)

133m

91m

Hitchcock’s romantic comedy-thriller featuring Cary Grant as an advertising executive who is mistaken by enemy spies for a US undercover agent. And of course there are the famous set pieces...

Two misfits try to win the Australian Pan Pacific Championships and show the Ballroom Confederation that they are wrong when they say, “there are no new steps!”

HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY THE FILM ON MY 50TH BIRTHDAY. GREN.

FIVE DECADES OF CHERRY!

DIAL H FOR HITCHOCK: An Introduction to the Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock Good Evening... This 10 week course will attempt to shed light on Hitchcock’s cinema and consider what impact he has had on filmmaking and audiences. The course will include 2 screenings of key Hitchcock films (The Lodger and Notorious) and sessions will examine some famous Hitchcock moments and techniques but also some less well known Hitchcock films. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 wks (including 2 screenings) Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 concs & members

SPY MOVIES 90m The Cold War may have thawed and spies are in the warm more they were but the spy movie still has great allure. Bond is fighting Bourne at the Box Office and the combination of guile and gadgets pitted against new terrors keep the genre fresh and exciting. We’ll go back to the 1930s and see how Alfred Hitchcock played a major part in establishing the idea of the spy film, then look at wartime and postwar developments in Britain and America before coming right up to date. Tutor: Alan Seaman 5 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 4 June, 7-8.30PM Price: £35 / £25 members & concs ★ FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL ON 0115 9626611 Please note that we cannot refund courses one week before the start date, or after the course has started.

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50 THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is no phone or online booking fee, and you can print your tickets at home. PRICES Full £7.50 Member £5.90 Family Matinee £3.50 Silver Screen £4.30

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT THE LACE MARKET CAR PARK (FORMERLY KNOWN AS FLETCHER GATE) ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Conc £5.90 Conc Member £4.90 Children under 12 £3.50

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members on selected films.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

P

VICTORIA CENTRE

broadway

P

LOWER PARLIAMENT ST

GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

P

FLETCHER GATE

P

ST EY

Polanski’s first feature is a masterful study of sexual tension and paranoia. The story is simplicity itself: a married couple, setting forth on a yachting weekend, gives a lift to an attractive young hitchhiker. During what was intended to be a relaxing break, competition builds between the two men as they vie for the attentions of the alluring young wife. BFI

Malik has a lot on his plate when he returns home to Tunisia after living in France. He’s processing his father’s death, he can’t come out to his mother and his childhood anxieties have resurfaced. But all of Malik’s problems seem to fade away when he falls for Bilal, the dreamy houseboy at his mother’s bourgeois estate. Outfest Film Festival

United States 2012 123m

A special advanced preview screening of this ultimate anthology film, 26 films and 26 ways to die, from 26 cutting-edge horror film directors spanning 15 countries. A provocative, shocking, funfilled festival of fear and jet black humour.

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 will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 10 wks Thursday evenings commencing 9 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members & concs (includes entrance into films)

ON ST

Starring: Leon Niemczyk

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Antonin Stahly Viswanadhan

MON 29, 7.45PM

With English Subtitles Dir: Roman Polanski Poland 1962 94m

Starring: Claudia Cardinale,

Dirs: Noburu Iguchi, Ti West, Ben Wheatley, etc.

For this unique course we ask you to bring in your own smartphone or digital camera and you can learn filmmaking techniques and apply them using your own equipment, although you can also use what we have here. This 4-week course is practical, hands-on and fun, showing you some of the craft secrets that underpin good film-making. Tutor: Sam Derby-Cooper 4 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 7 May, 6.30-8.30PM Price: £80 / £60 members & concs

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 wks Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 concs & members

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

KNIFE IN THE WATER (PG)

The eagerly awaited exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, Manet: Portraying Life will be captured for the cinema screen. This is the first ever major exhibition in the UK devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet, spanning his entire career. The exhibition will bring together great works from across Europe, Asia and the USA. Cinemagoers will see exclusive behind-thescenes moments of the Royal Academy’s exhibition preparation - moments usually hidden from view - and experience a detailed, superbly crafted biography of Manet and 19th century Paris. Host Tim Marlow along with expert guests examine the work of one of the all-time great artists.

Dir: Mehdi Ben Attia France 2009 93m

THE ABC’S OF DEATH (18)

LO FI FILM CLUB 120m

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email rachel r.barrett@broadway.org.uk

TALK CINEMA MAY 2013 90m

13

ST CLUMBER

MON 8, 6.15PM

MANET: PORTRAYING LIFE (12A) 91m

With English Subtitles

PRESENT

Your chance to see the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ST

H IS FOR HORROR! FILM QUIZ

TESS (12A)

THE STRING + DIRECTOR’S Q&A (15)

SUN 21, 8.30PM

SUMMER 2013 FILM COURSES

11

SE OU SH AS GL

THU 18, FROM 8.45PM

CHINATOWN (15)

THU 11, 7PM PRE-SHOW STARTS 6.30PM

FRI 12, 8PM

Near Now is Broadway's producing, commissioning and artist development programme. We work with artists and designers to produce and present playful projects that explore technology in everyday life. We are passionate about supporting practice-led research across art, design, technology and learning, acting as a development organisation for artistic talent and bold ideas. Our artist development work is delivered through two strands launching later in 2013, including a national associates programme and international research labs. The Near Now programme also works across the arts, culture and heritage sector to support organisations and individuals to increase their digital capacity. twitter.com/nearnow

APRIL 2013

ST ON MILT

QUIZZES

TUE 16, FROM 8.30PM

SUN 14, 2.15PM

The opera that conquered London in Handel’s time comes to the Met in David McVicar’s lively production. The world’s leading countertenor, David Daniels, sings the title role opposite Natalie Dessay as an irresistibly exotic Cleopatra.

10

MY MOVIE

MET OPERA LIVE

FREE

APRIL 2013

LACE MARKET CAR PARK

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

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

HEA THC OAT ST

APRIL 2013

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 7007880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

NOTORIOUS

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


TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

APRIL 2013

08

ROMAN POLANSKI Enjoy some of Roman Polanski’s most celebrated films on the big screen.

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

APRIL 2013

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

09

SPECIALS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM SAT 27, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 28, 12NOON

FOOD

HANDEL’S GIULIO CESARE (12A) 271m

THU 25, FROM 6PM

ITALIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the Love is All You Need we’ll have Italian food on the specials menu tonight. SUN 7, 7.45PM

MUSIC

SAT 27, 10.30PM ‘TIL LATE

DELI QUARTET Join us for a night of sax-led swinging music with a quartet that knows how to get the party going.

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

An Alphabet based quiz: 26 killer questions to usher in the exclusive advanced Mayhem screening of new anthology film THE ABC's OF DEATH from a host of international directors including Ben Wheatley, Ti West and many, many more... on Sunday 21st April. It’s £1 a head to join in.

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 1973 125m

Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1979

Starring: Jack Nicholson , Faye Dunaway

168m

Working from Robert Towne’s brilliant, resonant script about all manner of venality and corruption in 30s LA, Polanski fashioned a silky film noir now widely regarded as among the greatest of all American crime movies. BFI

Starring: Nastassia Kinski

A lovely evocation of the Wessex landscape (the film was shot in Brittany, as it happens) enhances this sensitive, faithful adaptation of Hardy’s novel about a young woman from a peasant family hoping to regain its alleged former aristocratic status. BFI

We are delighted to welcome Director Mehdi Ben Attia to Broadway to discuss his film with Dr. Denis M. Provencher, Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow, School of Arts & Humanities at Nottingham Trent University.

100m Starring: Catherine Deneuve

Characteristically ambitious and realised with a perfectionist’s precision, Polanski’s first feature after he left Poland is both a great London film and a truly unsettling study of loneliness and psychological turmoil. BFI

THE STING (PG) 123m

A terrific prequel to the classic sci-fi adventure series in which a young Kirk and Spock are thrown together on the Enterprise, with rest of the iconic crew, to do battle with time-traveling Romulans.

This re-teaming of Robert Redford and Paul Newman, following the success of Butch Cassidy, won seven Oscars and is one of the most eloquent gangster movies of all time.

‘HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY GORDON CARSON’ LOVE FROM YOUR FRIENDS - ENJOY!

A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MOVIE FOR A SPRIGHTLY STYLISH MAN - TOBY!

BRITISH CRIME CINEMA 120m They say that crime doesn’t pay but it has been doing pretty well at the Box Office since the early days of cinema. In our latest Wednesday afternoon course we’ll look at ten different aspects of a most enduring genre, including heists, murder, police procedural, noir and more. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 wks Wednesday afternoons commencing 8 May, 2-4PM (excluding Wednesday 29 May) Course ends Wednesday 17 July. Price: £70 / £50 members & concs

PRESENT

FLYING BLIND (CERT TBC) + DIRECTOR’S Q&A

TALK + SCREENING THU 4, 6.15PM

2012 88m Starring: Kenneth Cranham, Helen McCrory

We’re pleased to welcome Director Katarzyna Klimkiewicz who will be participating in a postscreening Q&A. FLYING BLIND

STAR TREK (12A) 125m

THU 25, 6.30PM

A smart thriller from first time director, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz. Frankie is a middle-aged woman working in the air defence industry. Her life is turned upside-down when a passionate affair with a French/Algerian student takes a sinister turn. How much does she really know about him, and why do MI5 consider him a person of interest?

Tickets: £12 full / £11 concs / £10 members

SUN 21, 2PM

NELLY BEN HAYOUN + INTERNATIONAL SPACE ORCHESTRA (UC) We are delighted to launch a new series of monthly talks from the weird and wired edges of art, design and technology with a visit from awardwinning designer and director Nelly Ben Hayoun, who will be talking about her latest project in collaboration with NASA to create the first ever orchestra composed entirely of space scientists. Her talk will be followed by a screening of feature documentary the International Space Orchestra. Tickets: Regular Price Applies

SUN 14, 2PM

SUN 28, 2PM

NORTH BY NORTHWEST (PG)

STRICTLY BALLROOM (PG)

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Hitchcock’s romantic comedy-thriller featuring Cary Grant as an advertising executive who is mistaken by enemy spies for a US undercover agent. And of course there are the famous set pieces...

Two misfits try to win the Australian Pan Pacific Championships and show the Ballroom Confederation that they are wrong when they say, “there are no new steps!”

HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY THE FILM ON MY 50TH BIRTHDAY. GREN.

FIVE DECADES OF CHERRY!

Good Evening... This 10 week course will attempt to shed light on Hitchcock’s cinema and consider what impact he has had on filmmaking and audiences. The course will include 2 screenings of key Hitchcock films (The Lodger and Notorious) and sessions will examine some famous Hitchcock moments and techniques but also some less well known Hitchcock films. Tutor: Michael Parkes 10 wks (including 2 screenings) Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 7-8.30PM Price: £70 / £50 concs & members

★ FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL ON 0115 9626611 Please note that we cannot refund courses one week before the start date, or after the course has started.

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50 THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is no phone or online booking fee, and you can print your tickets at home. PRICES Full £7.50 Member £5.90 Family Matinee £3.50 Silver Screen £4.30

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT THE LACE MARKET CAR PARK (FORMERLY KNOWN AS FLETCHER GATE) ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Conc £5.90 Conc Member £4.90 Children under 12 £3.50

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members on selected films.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

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CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

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Dir: Roman Polanski United Kingdom 1965

See page 7 for an alphabet-based horror quiz in our Cafebar on 16 April.

Dir: Katarzyna Klimkiewicz United Kingdom

Presented in Association with Nottingham Trent University.

NEWS FROM NEAR NOW...

SUN 7, 2PM

DIAL H FOR HITCHOCK: An Introduction to the Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock

The Cold War may have thawed and spies are in the warm more they were but the spy movie still has great allure. Bond is fighting Bourne at the Box Office and the combination of guile and gadgets pitted against new terrors keep the genre fresh and exciting. We’ll go back to the 1930s and see how Alfred Hitchcock played a major part in establishing the idea of the spy film, then look at wartime and postwar developments in Britain and America before coming right up to date. Tutor: Alan Seaman 5 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 4 June, 7-8.30PM Price: £35 / £25 members & concs

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

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REPULSION (15)

A special advanced preview screening of this ultimate anthology film, 26 films and 26 ways to die, from 26 cutting-edge horror film directors spanning 15 countries. A provocative, shocking, funfilled festival of fear and jet black humour.

SPY MOVIES 90m

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Polanski’s first feature is a masterful study of sexual tension and paranoia. The story is simplicity itself: a married couple, setting forth on a yachting weekend, gives a lift to an attractive young hitchhiker. During what was intended to be a relaxing break, competition builds between the two men as they vie for the attentions of the alluring young wife. BFI

Malik has a lot on his plate when he returns home to Tunisia after living in France. He’s processing his father’s death, he can’t come out to his mother and his childhood anxieties have resurfaced. But all of Malik’s problems seem to fade away when he falls for Bilal, the dreamy houseboy at his mother’s bourgeois estate. Outfest Film Festival

United States 2012 123m

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 will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 10 wks Thursday evenings commencing 9 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60 / £40 members & concs (includes entrance into films)

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Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Antonin Stahly Viswanadhan

MON 29, 7.45PM

With English Subtitles Dir: Roman Polanski Poland 1962 94m

Starring: Claudia Cardinale,

Dirs: Noburu Iguchi, Ti West, Ben Wheatley, etc.

For this unique course we ask you to bring in your own smartphone or digital camera and you can learn filmmaking techniques and apply them using your own equipment, although you can also use what we have here. This 4-week course is practical, hands-on and fun, showing you some of the craft secrets that underpin good film-making. Tutor: Sam Derby-Cooper 4 wks Tuesday evenings commencing 7 May, 6.30-8.30PM Price: £80 / £60 members & concs

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 wks Wednesday evenings commencing 8 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130 / £100 concs & members

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KNIFE IN THE WATER (PG)

The eagerly awaited exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, Manet: Portraying Life will be captured for the cinema screen. This is the first ever major exhibition in the UK devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet, spanning his entire career. The exhibition will bring together great works from across Europe, Asia and the USA. Cinemagoers will see exclusive behind-thescenes moments of the Royal Academy’s exhibition preparation - moments usually hidden from view - and experience a detailed, superbly crafted biography of Manet and 19th century Paris. Host Tim Marlow along with expert guests examine the work of one of the all-time great artists.

Dir: Mehdi Ben Attia France 2009 93m

THE ABC’S OF DEATH (18)

LO FI FILM CLUB 120m

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email rachel r.barrett@broadway.org.uk

TALK CINEMA MAY 2013 90m

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MANET: PORTRAYING LIFE (12A) 91m

With English Subtitles

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Your chance to see the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

SCREENWRITING: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 150m

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THE STRING + DIRECTOR’S Q&A (15)

SUN 21, 8.30PM

SUMMER 2013 FILM COURSES

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CHINATOWN (15)

THU 11, 7PM PRE-SHOW STARTS 6.30PM

FRI 12, 8PM

Near Now is Broadway's producing, commissioning and artist development programme. We work with artists and designers to produce and present playful projects that explore technology in everyday life. We are passionate about supporting practice-led research across art, design, technology and learning, acting as a development organisation for artistic talent and bold ideas. Our artist development work is delivered through two strands launching later in 2013, including a national associates programme and international research labs. The Near Now programme also works across the arts, culture and heritage sector to support organisations and individuals to increase their digital capacity. twitter.com/nearnow

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TUE 16, FROM 8.30PM

SUN 14, 2.15PM

The opera that conquered London in Handel’s time comes to the Met in David McVicar’s lively production. The world’s leading countertenor, David Daniels, sings the title role opposite Natalie Dessay as an irresistibly exotic Cleopatra.

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APRIL 2013

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

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


April 2013