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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.80 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

JUNE 2018

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Fri 1

UNTIL SUN 3

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

See web for details.

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) 135m

MY FRIEND DAHMER (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m In 1962, newlyweds Edward and Florence spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage.

MY FRIEND DAHMER JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS MCQUEEN HEREDITARY IN THE FADE OCEAN’S 8 THE BOOKSHOP

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 1

Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian in this highly-anticipated prequel.

THE HAPPY PRINCE

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 103m

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

Dir: J A Bayona US 2018 rt tbc

Before Jeffrey Dahmer became one of America’s most notorious serial killers, he was an awkward teenager trying to navigate a broken family life, the loneliness of being an outcast, and the grisly impulses growing in his mind. Based on the cult graphic novel, My Friend Dahmer retraces Dahmer’s last high school year, his last friendship and the days leading up to his first murder.

Starring: Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt

FROM FRI 8

Four years after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, the existence of the remaining dinosaurs is threatened with a violent volcano eruption. Fearing an extinction-level event, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing attempt to rescue the dinosaurs, meeting new terrifying new breeds along the way.

L’AMANT DOUBLE (18) THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS (12A)

Starring: Jérémie Renier, Marine Vacht

Marine Vacht plays Chloé, a young woman who falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. When they decide to move in together, things take a strange turn and a series of discoveries leads her to suspect that Paul may be living a double life. With nods to Hitchcock, de Palma and Cronenberg, nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted in Ozon’s irreverent erotic thriller.

THE BREADWINNER (12A) 93m A young girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan must dress as a boy in order to support her family.

Dir: Sophie Brooks US 2017 87m Starring: Zosia Mamet, Matthew Shear

After a two-year stint in London, Diana is back in New York, in a new apartment, ready for a fresh start… until she realises her downstairs neighbour is none other than her ex-boyfriend. Despite the awkward set-up, Diana is hoping to make things work, but must soon re-examine a relationship she thought was behind her. Sophie Brooks delivers an original Nora Ephron-esque indie rom-com.

FROM FRI 15

THE PIANO (15)

THE CIAMBRA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jane Campion Australia 1993 116m

With English Subtitles

Lee Alexander McQueen ascended the ranks of the international fashion world quickly. Head designer of Givenchy at just 27, he went on to win the British Designer of the Year award four times and excited the fashion world with his controversial and confrontational work. McQueen offers a vivid portrait of a tortured but inspired auteur’s work and persona.

Dir: Lucrecia Martel Argentina 2017 115m

Starring: Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel

Dir: Jonas Carpignano Italy 2017 118m

Starring: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Lola Dueñas

Jane Campion became the first (and only) female director to win the Palme d’Or, 25 years ago, for this triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian-era New Zealand. With an award-winning and majestic performance from Holly Hunter as a woman on the edge of societal norms and caught in a Greek-like tragedy, The Piano returns to the big screen in a beautiful restoration.

Starring: Pio Amato, Koudous Seihon

A sumptuous and often very funny period piece based on the novel of the same name by Antonio Di Benedetto. Don Diego de Zama is an 18th-century Spanish magistrate - born in Latin America, and so deemed inferior to his European counterparts - eternally languishing in wait for a transfer from the outpost to which he has been relegated without his family. When his last hope of departure comes to nothing, Zama joins an expedition to track down a legendary outlaw who may or may not exist.

In a small Roma community in southern Italy, 14-year-old Pio is desperate to grow up fast. His role model is his oldest brother Cosimo who provides for the family through petty theft. When Cosimo is arrested, Pio seizes the opportunity to show the world he can fill his brother’s shoes, but as he gets deeper into dangerous territory, he must face a decision that will show if he is truly ready to become a man.

“A raw and distinctive coming-of-age portrait.” The Hollywood Reporter

FROM FRI 15

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

HEREDITARY (15)

(CERT TBC)

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Dir: Ari Aster US 2018 127m

SUN 10, 1PM

With English Subtitles

Starring: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne

Dir: Raoul Peck France 2017 118m

Things start to unravel for the Graham family following the death of their reclusive grandmother. The matriarch may be gone, but she still casts a dark shadow over the family. As terrifying secrets about their ancestry emerge, the Grahams find themselves trying to outrun the sinister fate they may have inherited.With an exceptional performance from Toni Colette, Hereditary electrified audiences at Sundance.

Starring: August Diehl, Vicky Krieps

It’s 1844 and struggling 26-year-old Karl Marx meets a young Friedrich Engels who has just published a study uncovering the miserable conditions in which the English working class must live. Peck delivers a meticulous portrait of two men on a quest for a human society, and a daring account of the emergence of the Communist League and the Communist Manifesto.

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m

FROM FRI 15

Dirs: Ian Bonhôte & Peter Ettedgui UK 2018 111m

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

With English Subtitles

ZAMA (15)

TUE 12, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

MON 18, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

MCQUEEN (15)

Dir: François Ozon France 2017 108m

THE CIAMBRA PREVIEW & 2-4-1 TICKET OFFER See The Ciambra first – and get 2 tickets for the price of 1!

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15)

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC)

Dir: Rupert Everett UK 2018 105m

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM SAT 9, TIME TBC

NOTHING LIKE A DAME

Dir: Gary Ross US 2018 rt tbc

(12A) 84m

Starring: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett

Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in his moving debut feature depicting the final three years in the life of Oscar Wilde, following his release from prison for indecency – his open homosexuality being too much for his time. Travelling around Europe under different names, his health and wealth deteriorating, Wilde never loses his wit or creativity, writing some of his most profound and intimate work.

Criminal mastermind Debbie Ocean enlists seven other women to attempt the heist of the century: stealing a necklace worth more than $150 million at New York’s annual Met Gala. Sandra Bullock heads a star-studded cast in one of the summer’s most anticipated films.

Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Joan Plowright get together in the countryside to discuss their careers and reminisce about their humble beginnings.

FROM FRI 22

IN THE FADE (18)

FROM FRI 29

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

Dir: Fatih Akin Germany 2017 106m

THE BOOKSHOP (PG)

(CERT TBC) 118m

Starring: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto

Dir: Isabel Coixet UK 2017 113m

See page 2 for details.

Katja’s life falls apart when her Kurdish husband and their young son are killed in a targeted bombing in Hamburg. Struggling to cope, she becomes obsessed with understanding this seemingly senseless act. When two suspects are brought to trial, Katja is pushed into a moral crisis in her desperation for both justice and revenge. Diane Kruger delivers an astonishing performance, awarded the Best Actress prize in Cannes, in this riveting thriller.

In the late 1950s, free-spirited widow Florence Green decides to open a bookshop in the sleepy coastal town of Hardborough, and expose the conservative locals to the best literature of the time, including Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’ and Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’. But whilst some welcome the new literary horizons, others aren’t yet ready for this cultural awakening. Emily Mortimer is delightful as Florence in this celebration of bibliophilia.

Starring: Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE PIANO (15) 116m See page 2 for details.

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

THE BOOKSHOP

IN THE FADE

HEREDITARY

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS

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

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 16, 2PM

The six-time Academy Award winning musical returns in an all new sing-along format. SAT 23, 1PM

I KILL GIANTS (12A) 106m Smart and rebellious teenager Barbara Thorson struggles through life by escaping into a fantasy world of magic and monsters, but things get complicated when both worlds start colliding.

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15) 105m See page 3 for details.

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Mon 4

See page 3 for details.

Tue 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 6

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.80. Thu 7

Fri 8

SAT 30, 12NOON

THE BROMLEY BOYS (PG) 106m

L’AMANT DOUBLE

JUNE 2018

Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour. Family matinee prices apply.

See page 1 for details.

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

With English Subtitles

Sun 3

rt tbc

MON 25, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

thriller film festival

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

LA LA LAND SING-ALONG (12A) 128m

Sherlock Gnomes must investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes. Family matinee prices apply.

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Sat 2

The highs and lows of awkward teenager Dave as his beloved football team go through their worst season ever, and his first love is none other than the club chairman’s daughter.

SAT 2, 1PM

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour.

Sat 9

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

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:00 12:30 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:45 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1 If... 15 p11 12:00 Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

Sun 10

7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 Mon 11 7:45 5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

8:00 8:15 8:30 Tue 12 7:45

2:00 3:15

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc 3:00

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 1:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times L’Amant Double 18 p1 Oscar Wilde Season LIVE: An Ideal Husband 12A p11

5:00 4:30 6:00 tbc

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45 8:00 8:30

Wed 13

7:45 7:15

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1 Nothing Like a Dame 12A 10:30

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8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Thu 14

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

1:30 Fri 15

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Just Charlie - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Mario - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Times tbc 3:45 6:30 4:15 6:15 Times tbc

8:45 9:00

Sat 16

Times tbc 3:00 5:45 12:30 4:15

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8:30 8:45

1:45 Times tbc 7:30

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Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 3:00 McQueen 15 p2 12:30 5:45 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 4:15 6:30 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Times tbc The Ciambra - Preview 15 p3 1:00 The Rape of Recy Taylor + PANEL 15 p10 1:30 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Lek and the Dogs + Q&A 15 p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Mon 18 8:30 8:45 Tue 19

Times tbc 5:45

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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8:15

Thu 28

Times tbc 5:45 8:30

Wed 20

6:30 8:45

Times tbc

Times tbc 5:45 8:30 8:45

4:00 6:15 Times tbc

Thu 21 7:30

PREVIEW: Terminal p7

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Times tbc 5:45 8:30 8:45

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6:15 Times tbc

Sat 23 Times tbc 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:30 8:45

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Times tbc 2:30 5:15 8:00

Hereditary 15 p2 12:00 2:45 5:30 Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 2:30 5:15 The Ciambra 15 p3 La La Land Sing-along 12A p4 2:00 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

8:15

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 Finding Soraya + Q&A More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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8:15

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Tue 26

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Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 BERLINER PHILHARMONICA: Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert LIVE p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 GLYNDEBOURNE LIVE: Madama Butterfly 12A p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 10:30 1:30 5:15 2:45

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8:15

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8:15

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Times tbc 5:15 2:30

Fri 29

5:30

8:00 7:45

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

7:30 5:15 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Sat 30 8:00

Scarface 15 p7 Bertrand Tavernier Career Overview p7 In the Electric Mist 15 p7

Times tbc

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 The Bromley Boys PG p4

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

6:00 8:30 7:30 5:15 8:00

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SHOTS IN THE DARK

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SHOTS IN THE DARK

8:30 4:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

On Dangerous Ground PG p8 12:15 Bertrand Tavernier on French Crime Cinema p8 2:00 L.627 15 p8 PREVIEW: A Prayer Before Dawn p8

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Times tbc 10:30 1:30 Times tbc

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6:30

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

4:30 7:45

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30 12:00 5:15

7:30 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Welcome to Germany + Q&A

Times tbc 3:30 5:00 1:00 4:15 2:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 I Kill Giants 12A p4

Times 12:00 2:45 2:30 2:15 1:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Green Days by the River + PANEL p10

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Times tbc 2:45 5:30 2:30 5:15 2:15

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Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p4 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Ocean’s 8 - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

11:30 2:00 5:30 8:15

Our full programme is published on our website every Tuesday and available to pick up from our Box Office

www.broadway.org.uk/diary

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Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Coup de Torchon 15 p9 Charles Peace talk & screening PG p9 PREVIEW: Sicilian Ghost Story p9 C J Tudor Event p9

8:15 7:45 8:00 8:15 7:45 8:00

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BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.80 Conc: £6.70 Member Full: £6.70 Member Conc: £5.60 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £3.80 Family Matinee: £3.80 Supportive Env’t £3.80

PINK Intro before screening | ORANGE Q&A after screening | BLUE Special event | GREEN Bringing up Baby screening | PURPLE Supportive Environment screening | RED Silver Screen screening | BROWN Captioned for the hard of hearing | VIOLET Dementia Friendly Screening


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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.80 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

JUNE 2018

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Fri 1

UNTIL SUN 3

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

See web for details.

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) 135m

MY FRIEND DAHMER (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m In 1962, newlyweds Edward and Florence spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage.

MY FRIEND DAHMER JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS MCQUEEN HEREDITARY IN THE FADE OCEAN’S 8 THE BOOKSHOP

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 1

Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian in this highly-anticipated prequel.

THE HAPPY PRINCE

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 103m

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

Dir: J A Bayona US 2018 rt tbc

Before Jeffrey Dahmer became one of America’s most notorious serial killers, he was an awkward teenager trying to navigate a broken family life, the loneliness of being an outcast, and the grisly impulses growing in his mind. Based on the cult graphic novel, My Friend Dahmer retraces Dahmer’s last high school year, his last friendship and the days leading up to his first murder.

Starring: Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt

FROM FRI 8

Four years after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, the existence of the remaining dinosaurs is threatened with a violent volcano eruption. Fearing an extinction-level event, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing attempt to rescue the dinosaurs, meeting new terrifying new breeds along the way.

L’AMANT DOUBLE (18) THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS (12A)

Starring: Jérémie Renier, Marine Vacht

Marine Vacht plays Chloé, a young woman who falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. When they decide to move in together, things take a strange turn and a series of discoveries leads her to suspect that Paul may be living a double life. With nods to Hitchcock, de Palma and Cronenberg, nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted in Ozon’s irreverent erotic thriller.

THE BREADWINNER (12A) 93m A young girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan must dress as a boy in order to support her family.

Dir: Sophie Brooks US 2017 87m Starring: Zosia Mamet, Matthew Shear

After a two-year stint in London, Diana is back in New York, in a new apartment, ready for a fresh start… until she realises her downstairs neighbour is none other than her ex-boyfriend. Despite the awkward set-up, Diana is hoping to make things work, but must soon re-examine a relationship she thought was behind her. Sophie Brooks delivers an original Nora Ephron-esque indie rom-com.

FROM FRI 15

THE PIANO (15)

THE CIAMBRA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jane Campion Australia 1993 116m

With English Subtitles

Lee Alexander McQueen ascended the ranks of the international fashion world quickly. Head designer of Givenchy at just 27, he went on to win the British Designer of the Year award four times and excited the fashion world with his controversial and confrontational work. McQueen offers a vivid portrait of a tortured but inspired auteur’s work and persona.

Dir: Lucrecia Martel Argentina 2017 115m

Starring: Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel

Dir: Jonas Carpignano Italy 2017 118m

Starring: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Lola Dueñas

Jane Campion became the first (and only) female director to win the Palme d’Or, 25 years ago, for this triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian-era New Zealand. With an award-winning and majestic performance from Holly Hunter as a woman on the edge of societal norms and caught in a Greek-like tragedy, The Piano returns to the big screen in a beautiful restoration.

Starring: Pio Amato, Koudous Seihon

A sumptuous and often very funny period piece based on the novel of the same name by Antonio Di Benedetto. Don Diego de Zama is an 18th-century Spanish magistrate - born in Latin America, and so deemed inferior to his European counterparts - eternally languishing in wait for a transfer from the outpost to which he has been relegated without his family. When his last hope of departure comes to nothing, Zama joins an expedition to track down a legendary outlaw who may or may not exist.

In a small Roma community in southern Italy, 14-year-old Pio is desperate to grow up fast. His role model is his oldest brother Cosimo who provides for the family through petty theft. When Cosimo is arrested, Pio seizes the opportunity to show the world he can fill his brother’s shoes, but as he gets deeper into dangerous territory, he must face a decision that will show if he is truly ready to become a man.

“A raw and distinctive coming-of-age portrait.” The Hollywood Reporter

FROM FRI 15

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

HEREDITARY (15)

(CERT TBC)

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Dir: Ari Aster US 2018 127m

SUN 10, 1PM

With English Subtitles

Starring: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne

Dir: Raoul Peck France 2017 118m

Things start to unravel for the Graham family following the death of their reclusive grandmother. The matriarch may be gone, but she still casts a dark shadow over the family. As terrifying secrets about their ancestry emerge, the Grahams find themselves trying to outrun the sinister fate they may have inherited.With an exceptional performance from Toni Colette, Hereditary electrified audiences at Sundance.

Starring: August Diehl, Vicky Krieps

It’s 1844 and struggling 26-year-old Karl Marx meets a young Friedrich Engels who has just published a study uncovering the miserable conditions in which the English working class must live. Peck delivers a meticulous portrait of two men on a quest for a human society, and a daring account of the emergence of the Communist League and the Communist Manifesto.

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m

FROM FRI 15

Dirs: Ian Bonhôte & Peter Ettedgui UK 2018 111m

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

With English Subtitles

ZAMA (15)

TUE 12, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

MON 18, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

MCQUEEN (15)

Dir: François Ozon France 2017 108m

THE CIAMBRA PREVIEW & 2-4-1 TICKET OFFER See The Ciambra first – and get 2 tickets for the price of 1!

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15)

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC)

Dir: Rupert Everett UK 2018 105m

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM SAT 9, TIME TBC

NOTHING LIKE A DAME

Dir: Gary Ross US 2018 rt tbc

(12A) 84m

Starring: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett

Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in his moving debut feature depicting the final three years in the life of Oscar Wilde, following his release from prison for indecency – his open homosexuality being too much for his time. Travelling around Europe under different names, his health and wealth deteriorating, Wilde never loses his wit or creativity, writing some of his most profound and intimate work.

Criminal mastermind Debbie Ocean enlists seven other women to attempt the heist of the century: stealing a necklace worth more than $150 million at New York’s annual Met Gala. Sandra Bullock heads a star-studded cast in one of the summer’s most anticipated films.

Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Joan Plowright get together in the countryside to discuss their careers and reminisce about their humble beginnings.

FROM FRI 22

IN THE FADE (18)

FROM FRI 29

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

Dir: Fatih Akin Germany 2017 106m

THE BOOKSHOP (PG)

(CERT TBC) 118m

Starring: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto

Dir: Isabel Coixet UK 2017 113m

See page 2 for details.

Katja’s life falls apart when her Kurdish husband and their young son are killed in a targeted bombing in Hamburg. Struggling to cope, she becomes obsessed with understanding this seemingly senseless act. When two suspects are brought to trial, Katja is pushed into a moral crisis in her desperation for both justice and revenge. Diane Kruger delivers an astonishing performance, awarded the Best Actress prize in Cannes, in this riveting thriller.

In the late 1950s, free-spirited widow Florence Green decides to open a bookshop in the sleepy coastal town of Hardborough, and expose the conservative locals to the best literature of the time, including Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’ and Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’. But whilst some welcome the new literary horizons, others aren’t yet ready for this cultural awakening. Emily Mortimer is delightful as Florence in this celebration of bibliophilia.

Starring: Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE PIANO (15) 116m See page 2 for details.

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

THE BOOKSHOP

IN THE FADE

HEREDITARY

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS

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

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 16, 2PM

The six-time Academy Award winning musical returns in an all new sing-along format. SAT 23, 1PM

I KILL GIANTS (12A) 106m Smart and rebellious teenager Barbara Thorson struggles through life by escaping into a fantasy world of magic and monsters, but things get complicated when both worlds start colliding.

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15) 105m See page 3 for details.

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Mon 4

See page 3 for details.

Tue 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 6

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.80. Thu 7

Fri 8

SAT 30, 12NOON

THE BROMLEY BOYS (PG) 106m

L’AMANT DOUBLE

JUNE 2018

Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour. Family matinee prices apply.

See page 1 for details.

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

With English Subtitles

Sun 3

rt tbc

MON 25, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

thriller film festival

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

LA LA LAND SING-ALONG (12A) 128m

Sherlock Gnomes must investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes. Family matinee prices apply.

E DARK N THmystery Icrime, and

Sat 2

The highs and lows of awkward teenager Dave as his beloved football team go through their worst season ever, and his first love is none other than the club chairman’s daughter.

SAT 2, 1PM

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour.

Sat 9

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

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:00 12:30 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:45 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1 If... 15 p11 12:00 Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

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Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 1:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times L’Amant Double 18 p1 Oscar Wilde Season LIVE: An Ideal Husband 12A p11

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7:45 7:15

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1 Nothing Like a Dame 12A 10:30

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8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

1:30 Fri 15

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Just Charlie - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Mario - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 3:00 McQueen 15 p2 12:30 5:45 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 4:15 6:30 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Times tbc The Ciambra - Preview 15 p3 1:00 The Rape of Recy Taylor + PANEL 15 p10 1:30 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Lek and the Dogs + Q&A 15 p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Mon 18 8:30 8:45 Tue 19

Times tbc 5:45

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Times tbc 5:45 8:30

Wed 20

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Thu 21 7:30

PREVIEW: Terminal p7

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Hereditary 15 p2 12:00 2:45 5:30 Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 2:30 5:15 The Ciambra 15 p3 La La Land Sing-along 12A p4 2:00 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 Finding Soraya + Q&A More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 BERLINER PHILHARMONICA: Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert LIVE p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 GLYNDEBOURNE LIVE: Madama Butterfly 12A p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 10:30 1:30 5:15 2:45

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8:15

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Fri 29

5:30

8:00 7:45

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

7:30 5:15 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Sat 30 8:00

Scarface 15 p7 Bertrand Tavernier Career Overview p7 In the Electric Mist 15 p7

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Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 The Bromley Boys PG p4

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Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

On Dangerous Ground PG p8 12:15 Bertrand Tavernier on French Crime Cinema p8 2:00 L.627 15 p8 PREVIEW: A Prayer Before Dawn p8

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6:30

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

4:30 7:45

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30 12:00 5:15

7:30 8:00

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Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Welcome to Germany + Q&A

Times tbc 3:30 5:00 1:00 4:15 2:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 I Kill Giants 12A p4

Times 12:00 2:45 2:30 2:15 1:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Green Days by the River + PANEL p10

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Ocean’s 8 p4 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Ocean’s 8 - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

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Our full programme is published on our website every Tuesday and available to pick up from our Box Office

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Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Coup de Torchon 15 p9 Charles Peace talk & screening PG p9 PREVIEW: Sicilian Ghost Story p9 C J Tudor Event p9

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BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.80 Conc: £6.70 Member Full: £6.70 Member Conc: £5.60 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £3.80 Family Matinee: £3.80 Supportive Env’t £3.80

PINK Intro before screening | ORANGE Q&A after screening | BLUE Special event | GREEN Bringing up Baby screening | PURPLE Supportive Environment screening | RED Silver Screen screening | BROWN Captioned for the hard of hearing | VIOLET Dementia Friendly Screening


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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.80 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

JUNE 2018

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Fri 1

UNTIL SUN 3

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

See web for details.

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) 135m

MY FRIEND DAHMER (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m In 1962, newlyweds Edward and Florence spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage.

MY FRIEND DAHMER JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS MCQUEEN HEREDITARY IN THE FADE OCEAN’S 8 THE BOOKSHOP

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 1

Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian in this highly-anticipated prequel.

THE HAPPY PRINCE

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 103m

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

Dir: J A Bayona US 2018 rt tbc

Before Jeffrey Dahmer became one of America’s most notorious serial killers, he was an awkward teenager trying to navigate a broken family life, the loneliness of being an outcast, and the grisly impulses growing in his mind. Based on the cult graphic novel, My Friend Dahmer retraces Dahmer’s last high school year, his last friendship and the days leading up to his first murder.

Starring: Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt

FROM FRI 8

Four years after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, the existence of the remaining dinosaurs is threatened with a violent volcano eruption. Fearing an extinction-level event, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing attempt to rescue the dinosaurs, meeting new terrifying new breeds along the way.

L’AMANT DOUBLE (18) THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS (12A)

Starring: Jérémie Renier, Marine Vacht

Marine Vacht plays Chloé, a young woman who falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. When they decide to move in together, things take a strange turn and a series of discoveries leads her to suspect that Paul may be living a double life. With nods to Hitchcock, de Palma and Cronenberg, nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted in Ozon’s irreverent erotic thriller.

THE BREADWINNER (12A) 93m A young girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan must dress as a boy in order to support her family.

Dir: Sophie Brooks US 2017 87m Starring: Zosia Mamet, Matthew Shear

After a two-year stint in London, Diana is back in New York, in a new apartment, ready for a fresh start… until she realises her downstairs neighbour is none other than her ex-boyfriend. Despite the awkward set-up, Diana is hoping to make things work, but must soon re-examine a relationship she thought was behind her. Sophie Brooks delivers an original Nora Ephron-esque indie rom-com.

FROM FRI 15

THE PIANO (15)

THE CIAMBRA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jane Campion Australia 1993 116m

With English Subtitles

Lee Alexander McQueen ascended the ranks of the international fashion world quickly. Head designer of Givenchy at just 27, he went on to win the British Designer of the Year award four times and excited the fashion world with his controversial and confrontational work. McQueen offers a vivid portrait of a tortured but inspired auteur’s work and persona.

Dir: Lucrecia Martel Argentina 2017 115m

Starring: Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel

Dir: Jonas Carpignano Italy 2017 118m

Starring: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Lola Dueñas

Jane Campion became the first (and only) female director to win the Palme d’Or, 25 years ago, for this triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian-era New Zealand. With an award-winning and majestic performance from Holly Hunter as a woman on the edge of societal norms and caught in a Greek-like tragedy, The Piano returns to the big screen in a beautiful restoration.

Starring: Pio Amato, Koudous Seihon

A sumptuous and often very funny period piece based on the novel of the same name by Antonio Di Benedetto. Don Diego de Zama is an 18th-century Spanish magistrate - born in Latin America, and so deemed inferior to his European counterparts - eternally languishing in wait for a transfer from the outpost to which he has been relegated without his family. When his last hope of departure comes to nothing, Zama joins an expedition to track down a legendary outlaw who may or may not exist.

In a small Roma community in southern Italy, 14-year-old Pio is desperate to grow up fast. His role model is his oldest brother Cosimo who provides for the family through petty theft. When Cosimo is arrested, Pio seizes the opportunity to show the world he can fill his brother’s shoes, but as he gets deeper into dangerous territory, he must face a decision that will show if he is truly ready to become a man.

“A raw and distinctive coming-of-age portrait.” The Hollywood Reporter

FROM FRI 15

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

HEREDITARY (15)

(CERT TBC)

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Dir: Ari Aster US 2018 127m

SUN 10, 1PM

With English Subtitles

Starring: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne

Dir: Raoul Peck France 2017 118m

Things start to unravel for the Graham family following the death of their reclusive grandmother. The matriarch may be gone, but she still casts a dark shadow over the family. As terrifying secrets about their ancestry emerge, the Grahams find themselves trying to outrun the sinister fate they may have inherited.With an exceptional performance from Toni Colette, Hereditary electrified audiences at Sundance.

Starring: August Diehl, Vicky Krieps

It’s 1844 and struggling 26-year-old Karl Marx meets a young Friedrich Engels who has just published a study uncovering the miserable conditions in which the English working class must live. Peck delivers a meticulous portrait of two men on a quest for a human society, and a daring account of the emergence of the Communist League and the Communist Manifesto.

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m

FROM FRI 15

Dirs: Ian Bonhôte & Peter Ettedgui UK 2018 111m

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

With English Subtitles

ZAMA (15)

TUE 12, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

MON 18, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

MCQUEEN (15)

Dir: François Ozon France 2017 108m

THE CIAMBRA PREVIEW & 2-4-1 TICKET OFFER See The Ciambra first – and get 2 tickets for the price of 1!

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15)

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC)

Dir: Rupert Everett UK 2018 105m

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM SAT 9, TIME TBC

NOTHING LIKE A DAME

Dir: Gary Ross US 2018 rt tbc

(12A) 84m

Starring: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett

Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in his moving debut feature depicting the final three years in the life of Oscar Wilde, following his release from prison for indecency – his open homosexuality being too much for his time. Travelling around Europe under different names, his health and wealth deteriorating, Wilde never loses his wit or creativity, writing some of his most profound and intimate work.

Criminal mastermind Debbie Ocean enlists seven other women to attempt the heist of the century: stealing a necklace worth more than $150 million at New York’s annual Met Gala. Sandra Bullock heads a star-studded cast in one of the summer’s most anticipated films.

Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Joan Plowright get together in the countryside to discuss their careers and reminisce about their humble beginnings.

FROM FRI 22

IN THE FADE (18)

FROM FRI 29

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

Dir: Fatih Akin Germany 2017 106m

THE BOOKSHOP (PG)

(CERT TBC) 118m

Starring: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto

Dir: Isabel Coixet UK 2017 113m

See page 2 for details.

Katja’s life falls apart when her Kurdish husband and their young son are killed in a targeted bombing in Hamburg. Struggling to cope, she becomes obsessed with understanding this seemingly senseless act. When two suspects are brought to trial, Katja is pushed into a moral crisis in her desperation for both justice and revenge. Diane Kruger delivers an astonishing performance, awarded the Best Actress prize in Cannes, in this riveting thriller.

In the late 1950s, free-spirited widow Florence Green decides to open a bookshop in the sleepy coastal town of Hardborough, and expose the conservative locals to the best literature of the time, including Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’ and Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’. But whilst some welcome the new literary horizons, others aren’t yet ready for this cultural awakening. Emily Mortimer is delightful as Florence in this celebration of bibliophilia.

Starring: Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE PIANO (15) 116m See page 2 for details.

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

THE BOOKSHOP

IN THE FADE

HEREDITARY

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS

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

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 16, 2PM

The six-time Academy Award winning musical returns in an all new sing-along format. SAT 23, 1PM

I KILL GIANTS (12A) 106m Smart and rebellious teenager Barbara Thorson struggles through life by escaping into a fantasy world of magic and monsters, but things get complicated when both worlds start colliding.

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15) 105m See page 3 for details.

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Mon 4

See page 3 for details.

Tue 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 6

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.80. Thu 7

Fri 8

SAT 30, 12NOON

THE BROMLEY BOYS (PG) 106m

L’AMANT DOUBLE

JUNE 2018

Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour. Family matinee prices apply.

See page 1 for details.

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

With English Subtitles

Sun 3

rt tbc

MON 25, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

thriller film festival

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

LA LA LAND SING-ALONG (12A) 128m

Sherlock Gnomes must investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes. Family matinee prices apply.

E DARK N THmystery Icrime, and

Sat 2

The highs and lows of awkward teenager Dave as his beloved football team go through their worst season ever, and his first love is none other than the club chairman’s daughter.

SAT 2, 1PM

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour.

Sat 9

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

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:00 12:30 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:45 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1 If... 15 p11 12:00 Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

Sun 10

7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 Mon 11 7:45 5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

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2:00 3:15

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc 3:00

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 1:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times L’Amant Double 18 p1 Oscar Wilde Season LIVE: An Ideal Husband 12A p11

5:00 4:30 6:00 tbc

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45 8:00 8:30

Wed 13

7:45 7:15

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1 Nothing Like a Dame 12A 10:30

2:00 3:00

2:00 3:00

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Thu 14

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

1:30 Fri 15

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Just Charlie - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Mario - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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05

Times tbc 3:45 6:30 4:15 6:15 Times tbc

8:45 9:00

Sat 16

Times tbc 3:00 5:45 12:30 4:15

6:30

8:30 8:45

1:45 Times tbc 7:30

Sun 17

Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 3:00 McQueen 15 p2 12:30 5:45 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 4:15 6:30 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Times tbc The Ciambra - Preview 15 p3 1:00 The Rape of Recy Taylor + PANEL 15 p10 1:30 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Lek and the Dogs + Q&A 15 p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Mon 18 8:30 8:45 Tue 19

Times tbc 5:45

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

2:45

5:30

8:15

Thu 28

Times tbc 5:45 8:30

Wed 20

6:30 8:45

Times tbc

Times tbc 5:45 8:30 8:45

4:00 6:15 Times tbc

Thu 21 7:30

PREVIEW: Terminal p7

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

2:45

Times tbc 5:45 8:30 8:45

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Fri 22

6:15 Times tbc

Sat 23 Times tbc 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:30 8:45

4:00 6:15 Times tbc

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Sun 24

8:15

Times tbc 2:30 5:15 8:00

Hereditary 15 p2 12:00 2:45 5:30 Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 2:30 5:15 The Ciambra 15 p3 La La Land Sing-along 12A p4 2:00 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

8:15

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 Finding Soraya + Q&A More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

5:30

8:15

Times tbc 2:30 5:15 3:00

8:00

12:00 2:45

Mon 25

Tue 26

8:00

Wed 27

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 BERLINER PHILHARMONICA: Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert LIVE p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 GLYNDEBOURNE LIVE: Madama Butterfly 12A p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 10:30 1:30 5:15 2:45

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8:15

Times tbc 5:15 2:30

8:00

2:45

8:15

5:30

Times tbc 5:15 2:30

Fri 29

5:30

8:00 7:45

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

7:30 5:15 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Sat 30 8:00

Scarface 15 p7 Bertrand Tavernier Career Overview p7 In the Electric Mist 15 p7

Times tbc

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 The Bromley Boys PG p4

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

6:00 8:30 7:30 5:15 8:00

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SHOTS IN THE DARK

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SHOTS IN THE DARK

8:30 4:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

On Dangerous Ground PG p8 12:15 Bertrand Tavernier on French Crime Cinema p8 2:00 L.627 15 p8 PREVIEW: A Prayer Before Dawn p8

8:15

Times tbc 10:30 1:30 Times tbc

Sun 1

6:30

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

4:30 7:45

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30 12:00 5:15

7:30 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Welcome to Germany + Q&A

Times tbc 3:30 5:00 1:00 4:15 2:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 I Kill Giants 12A p4

Times 12:00 2:45 2:30 2:15 1:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Green Days by the River + PANEL p10

9:00 6:45 8:00 7:00

tbc 5:30 5:15 5:00

8:15 7:45 8:00

Times tbc 2:45 5:30 2:30 5:15 2:15

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Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p4 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Ocean’s 8 - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

11:30 2:00 5:30 8:15

Our full programme is published on our website every Tuesday and available to pick up from our Box Office

www.broadway.org.uk/diary

5:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Coup de Torchon 15 p9 Charles Peace talk & screening PG p9 PREVIEW: Sicilian Ghost Story p9 C J Tudor Event p9

8:15 7:45 8:00 8:15 7:45 8:00

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8:15 7:45 8:00

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BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.80 Conc: £6.70 Member Full: £6.70 Member Conc: £5.60 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £3.80 Family Matinee: £3.80 Supportive Env’t £3.80

PINK Intro before screening | ORANGE Q&A after screening | BLUE Special event | GREEN Bringing up Baby screening | PURPLE Supportive Environment screening | RED Silver Screen screening | BROWN Captioned for the hard of hearing | VIOLET Dementia Friendly Screening


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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.80 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

JUNE 2018

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Fri 1

UNTIL SUN 3

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

See web for details.

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) 135m

MY FRIEND DAHMER (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m In 1962, newlyweds Edward and Florence spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage.

MY FRIEND DAHMER JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS MCQUEEN HEREDITARY IN THE FADE OCEAN’S 8 THE BOOKSHOP

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 1

Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian in this highly-anticipated prequel.

THE HAPPY PRINCE

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 103m

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

Dir: J A Bayona US 2018 rt tbc

Before Jeffrey Dahmer became one of America’s most notorious serial killers, he was an awkward teenager trying to navigate a broken family life, the loneliness of being an outcast, and the grisly impulses growing in his mind. Based on the cult graphic novel, My Friend Dahmer retraces Dahmer’s last high school year, his last friendship and the days leading up to his first murder.

Starring: Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt

FROM FRI 8

Four years after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, the existence of the remaining dinosaurs is threatened with a violent volcano eruption. Fearing an extinction-level event, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing attempt to rescue the dinosaurs, meeting new terrifying new breeds along the way.

L’AMANT DOUBLE (18) THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS (12A)

Starring: Jérémie Renier, Marine Vacht

Marine Vacht plays Chloé, a young woman who falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. When they decide to move in together, things take a strange turn and a series of discoveries leads her to suspect that Paul may be living a double life. With nods to Hitchcock, de Palma and Cronenberg, nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted in Ozon’s irreverent erotic thriller.

THE BREADWINNER (12A) 93m A young girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan must dress as a boy in order to support her family.

Dir: Sophie Brooks US 2017 87m Starring: Zosia Mamet, Matthew Shear

After a two-year stint in London, Diana is back in New York, in a new apartment, ready for a fresh start… until she realises her downstairs neighbour is none other than her ex-boyfriend. Despite the awkward set-up, Diana is hoping to make things work, but must soon re-examine a relationship she thought was behind her. Sophie Brooks delivers an original Nora Ephron-esque indie rom-com.

FROM FRI 15

THE PIANO (15)

THE CIAMBRA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jane Campion Australia 1993 116m

With English Subtitles

Lee Alexander McQueen ascended the ranks of the international fashion world quickly. Head designer of Givenchy at just 27, he went on to win the British Designer of the Year award four times and excited the fashion world with his controversial and confrontational work. McQueen offers a vivid portrait of a tortured but inspired auteur’s work and persona.

Dir: Lucrecia Martel Argentina 2017 115m

Starring: Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel

Dir: Jonas Carpignano Italy 2017 118m

Starring: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Lola Dueñas

Jane Campion became the first (and only) female director to win the Palme d’Or, 25 years ago, for this triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian-era New Zealand. With an award-winning and majestic performance from Holly Hunter as a woman on the edge of societal norms and caught in a Greek-like tragedy, The Piano returns to the big screen in a beautiful restoration.

Starring: Pio Amato, Koudous Seihon

A sumptuous and often very funny period piece based on the novel of the same name by Antonio Di Benedetto. Don Diego de Zama is an 18th-century Spanish magistrate - born in Latin America, and so deemed inferior to his European counterparts - eternally languishing in wait for a transfer from the outpost to which he has been relegated without his family. When his last hope of departure comes to nothing, Zama joins an expedition to track down a legendary outlaw who may or may not exist.

In a small Roma community in southern Italy, 14-year-old Pio is desperate to grow up fast. His role model is his oldest brother Cosimo who provides for the family through petty theft. When Cosimo is arrested, Pio seizes the opportunity to show the world he can fill his brother’s shoes, but as he gets deeper into dangerous territory, he must face a decision that will show if he is truly ready to become a man.

“A raw and distinctive coming-of-age portrait.” The Hollywood Reporter

FROM FRI 15

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

HEREDITARY (15)

(CERT TBC)

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Dir: Ari Aster US 2018 127m

SUN 10, 1PM

With English Subtitles

Starring: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne

Dir: Raoul Peck France 2017 118m

Things start to unravel for the Graham family following the death of their reclusive grandmother. The matriarch may be gone, but she still casts a dark shadow over the family. As terrifying secrets about their ancestry emerge, the Grahams find themselves trying to outrun the sinister fate they may have inherited.With an exceptional performance from Toni Colette, Hereditary electrified audiences at Sundance.

Starring: August Diehl, Vicky Krieps

It’s 1844 and struggling 26-year-old Karl Marx meets a young Friedrich Engels who has just published a study uncovering the miserable conditions in which the English working class must live. Peck delivers a meticulous portrait of two men on a quest for a human society, and a daring account of the emergence of the Communist League and the Communist Manifesto.

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m

FROM FRI 15

Dirs: Ian Bonhôte & Peter Ettedgui UK 2018 111m

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

With English Subtitles

ZAMA (15)

TUE 12, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

MON 18, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

MCQUEEN (15)

Dir: François Ozon France 2017 108m

THE CIAMBRA PREVIEW & 2-4-1 TICKET OFFER See The Ciambra first – and get 2 tickets for the price of 1!

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15)

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC)

Dir: Rupert Everett UK 2018 105m

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM SAT 9, TIME TBC

NOTHING LIKE A DAME

Dir: Gary Ross US 2018 rt tbc

(12A) 84m

Starring: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett

Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in his moving debut feature depicting the final three years in the life of Oscar Wilde, following his release from prison for indecency – his open homosexuality being too much for his time. Travelling around Europe under different names, his health and wealth deteriorating, Wilde never loses his wit or creativity, writing some of his most profound and intimate work.

Criminal mastermind Debbie Ocean enlists seven other women to attempt the heist of the century: stealing a necklace worth more than $150 million at New York’s annual Met Gala. Sandra Bullock heads a star-studded cast in one of the summer’s most anticipated films.

Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Joan Plowright get together in the countryside to discuss their careers and reminisce about their humble beginnings.

FROM FRI 22

IN THE FADE (18)

FROM FRI 29

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

Dir: Fatih Akin Germany 2017 106m

THE BOOKSHOP (PG)

(CERT TBC) 118m

Starring: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto

Dir: Isabel Coixet UK 2017 113m

See page 2 for details.

Katja’s life falls apart when her Kurdish husband and their young son are killed in a targeted bombing in Hamburg. Struggling to cope, she becomes obsessed with understanding this seemingly senseless act. When two suspects are brought to trial, Katja is pushed into a moral crisis in her desperation for both justice and revenge. Diane Kruger delivers an astonishing performance, awarded the Best Actress prize in Cannes, in this riveting thriller.

In the late 1950s, free-spirited widow Florence Green decides to open a bookshop in the sleepy coastal town of Hardborough, and expose the conservative locals to the best literature of the time, including Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’ and Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’. But whilst some welcome the new literary horizons, others aren’t yet ready for this cultural awakening. Emily Mortimer is delightful as Florence in this celebration of bibliophilia.

Starring: Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE PIANO (15) 116m See page 2 for details.

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

THE BOOKSHOP

IN THE FADE

HEREDITARY

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS

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

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 16, 2PM

The six-time Academy Award winning musical returns in an all new sing-along format. SAT 23, 1PM

I KILL GIANTS (12A) 106m Smart and rebellious teenager Barbara Thorson struggles through life by escaping into a fantasy world of magic and monsters, but things get complicated when both worlds start colliding.

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15) 105m See page 3 for details.

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Mon 4

See page 3 for details.

Tue 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 6

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.80. Thu 7

Fri 8

SAT 30, 12NOON

THE BROMLEY BOYS (PG) 106m

L’AMANT DOUBLE

JUNE 2018

Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour. Family matinee prices apply.

See page 1 for details.

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

With English Subtitles

Sun 3

rt tbc

MON 25, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

thriller film festival

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

LA LA LAND SING-ALONG (12A) 128m

Sherlock Gnomes must investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes. Family matinee prices apply.

E DARK N THmystery Icrime, and

Sat 2

The highs and lows of awkward teenager Dave as his beloved football team go through their worst season ever, and his first love is none other than the club chairman’s daughter.

SAT 2, 1PM

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour.

Sat 9

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

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:00 12:30 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:45 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1 If... 15 p11 12:00 Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

Sun 10

7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 Mon 11 7:45 5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

8:00 8:15 8:30 Tue 12 7:45

2:00 3:15

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc 3:00

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 1:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times L’Amant Double 18 p1 Oscar Wilde Season LIVE: An Ideal Husband 12A p11

5:00 4:30 6:00 tbc

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45 8:00 8:30

Wed 13

7:45 7:15

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1 Nothing Like a Dame 12A 10:30

2:00 3:00

2:00 3:00

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Thu 14

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

1:30 Fri 15

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Just Charlie - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Mario - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

06

05

Times tbc 3:45 6:30 4:15 6:15 Times tbc

8:45 9:00

Sat 16

Times tbc 3:00 5:45 12:30 4:15

6:30

8:30 8:45

1:45 Times tbc 7:30

Sun 17

Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 3:00 McQueen 15 p2 12:30 5:45 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 4:15 6:30 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Times tbc The Ciambra - Preview 15 p3 1:00 The Rape of Recy Taylor + PANEL 15 p10 1:30 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Lek and the Dogs + Q&A 15 p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Mon 18 8:30 8:45 Tue 19

Times tbc 5:45

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

2:45

5:30

8:15

Thu 28

Times tbc 5:45 8:30

Wed 20

6:30 8:45

Times tbc

Times tbc 5:45 8:30 8:45

4:00 6:15 Times tbc

Thu 21 7:30

PREVIEW: Terminal p7

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

2:45

Times tbc 5:45 8:30 8:45

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6:15 Times tbc

Sat 23 Times tbc 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:30 8:45

4:00 6:15 Times tbc

2:45

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Sun 24

8:15

Times tbc 2:30 5:15 8:00

Hereditary 15 p2 12:00 2:45 5:30 Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 2:30 5:15 The Ciambra 15 p3 La La Land Sing-along 12A p4 2:00 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

8:15

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 Finding Soraya + Q&A More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

5:30

8:15

Times tbc 2:30 5:15 3:00

8:00

12:00 2:45

Mon 25

Tue 26

8:00

Wed 27

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 BERLINER PHILHARMONICA: Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert LIVE p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 GLYNDEBOURNE LIVE: Madama Butterfly 12A p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 10:30 1:30 5:15 2:45

5:30

8:15

Times tbc 5:15 2:30

8:00

2:45

8:15

5:30

Times tbc 5:15 2:30

Fri 29

5:30

8:00 7:45

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

7:30 5:15 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Sat 30 8:00

Scarface 15 p7 Bertrand Tavernier Career Overview p7 In the Electric Mist 15 p7

Times tbc

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 The Bromley Boys PG p4

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

6:00 8:30 7:30 5:15 8:00

12:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

6:30

3:15

8:15

SHOTS IN THE DARK

8:30 4:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

On Dangerous Ground PG p8 12:15 Bertrand Tavernier on French Crime Cinema p8 2:00 L.627 15 p8 PREVIEW: A Prayer Before Dawn p8

8:15

Times tbc 10:30 1:30 Times tbc

Sun 1

6:30

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

4:30 7:45

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30 12:00 5:15

7:30 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Welcome to Germany + Q&A

Times tbc 3:30 5:00 1:00 4:15 2:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 I Kill Giants 12A p4

Times 12:00 2:45 2:30 2:15 1:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Green Days by the River + PANEL p10

9:00 6:45 8:00 7:00

tbc 5:30 5:15 5:00

8:15 7:45 8:00

Times tbc 2:45 5:30 2:30 5:15 2:15

8:15 7:45 8:00

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p4 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Ocean’s 8 - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

11:30 2:00 5:30 8:15

Our full programme is published on our website every Tuesday and available to pick up from our Box Office

www.broadway.org.uk/diary

5:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Coup de Torchon 15 p9 Charles Peace talk & screening PG p9 PREVIEW: Sicilian Ghost Story p9 C J Tudor Event p9

8:15 7:45 8:00 8:15 7:45 8:00

1:30

8:15 7:45 8:00

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PRICES Adult: £8.80 Conc: £6.70 Member Full: £6.70 Member Conc: £5.60 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £3.80 Family Matinee: £3.80 Supportive Env’t £3.80

PINK Intro before screening | ORANGE Q&A after screening | BLUE Special event | GREEN Bringing up Baby screening | PURPLE Supportive Environment screening | RED Silver Screen screening | BROWN Captioned for the hard of hearing | VIOLET Dementia Friendly Screening


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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.80 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

JUNE 2018

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Fri 1

UNTIL SUN 3

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

See web for details.

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) 135m

MY FRIEND DAHMER (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m In 1962, newlyweds Edward and Florence spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage.

MY FRIEND DAHMER JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS MCQUEEN HEREDITARY IN THE FADE OCEAN’S 8 THE BOOKSHOP

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 1

Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian in this highly-anticipated prequel.

THE HAPPY PRINCE

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 103m

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

Dir: J A Bayona US 2018 rt tbc

Before Jeffrey Dahmer became one of America’s most notorious serial killers, he was an awkward teenager trying to navigate a broken family life, the loneliness of being an outcast, and the grisly impulses growing in his mind. Based on the cult graphic novel, My Friend Dahmer retraces Dahmer’s last high school year, his last friendship and the days leading up to his first murder.

Starring: Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt

FROM FRI 8

Four years after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, the existence of the remaining dinosaurs is threatened with a violent volcano eruption. Fearing an extinction-level event, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing attempt to rescue the dinosaurs, meeting new terrifying new breeds along the way.

L’AMANT DOUBLE (18) THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS (12A)

Starring: Jérémie Renier, Marine Vacht

Marine Vacht plays Chloé, a young woman who falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. When they decide to move in together, things take a strange turn and a series of discoveries leads her to suspect that Paul may be living a double life. With nods to Hitchcock, de Palma and Cronenberg, nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted in Ozon’s irreverent erotic thriller.

THE BREADWINNER (12A) 93m A young girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan must dress as a boy in order to support her family.

Dir: Sophie Brooks US 2017 87m Starring: Zosia Mamet, Matthew Shear

After a two-year stint in London, Diana is back in New York, in a new apartment, ready for a fresh start… until she realises her downstairs neighbour is none other than her ex-boyfriend. Despite the awkward set-up, Diana is hoping to make things work, but must soon re-examine a relationship she thought was behind her. Sophie Brooks delivers an original Nora Ephron-esque indie rom-com.

FROM FRI 15

THE PIANO (15)

THE CIAMBRA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jane Campion Australia 1993 116m

With English Subtitles

Lee Alexander McQueen ascended the ranks of the international fashion world quickly. Head designer of Givenchy at just 27, he went on to win the British Designer of the Year award four times and excited the fashion world with his controversial and confrontational work. McQueen offers a vivid portrait of a tortured but inspired auteur’s work and persona.

Dir: Lucrecia Martel Argentina 2017 115m

Starring: Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel

Dir: Jonas Carpignano Italy 2017 118m

Starring: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Lola Dueñas

Jane Campion became the first (and only) female director to win the Palme d’Or, 25 years ago, for this triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian-era New Zealand. With an award-winning and majestic performance from Holly Hunter as a woman on the edge of societal norms and caught in a Greek-like tragedy, The Piano returns to the big screen in a beautiful restoration.

Starring: Pio Amato, Koudous Seihon

A sumptuous and often very funny period piece based on the novel of the same name by Antonio Di Benedetto. Don Diego de Zama is an 18th-century Spanish magistrate - born in Latin America, and so deemed inferior to his European counterparts - eternally languishing in wait for a transfer from the outpost to which he has been relegated without his family. When his last hope of departure comes to nothing, Zama joins an expedition to track down a legendary outlaw who may or may not exist.

In a small Roma community in southern Italy, 14-year-old Pio is desperate to grow up fast. His role model is his oldest brother Cosimo who provides for the family through petty theft. When Cosimo is arrested, Pio seizes the opportunity to show the world he can fill his brother’s shoes, but as he gets deeper into dangerous territory, he must face a decision that will show if he is truly ready to become a man.

“A raw and distinctive coming-of-age portrait.” The Hollywood Reporter

FROM FRI 15

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

HEREDITARY (15)

(CERT TBC)

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Dir: Ari Aster US 2018 127m

SUN 10, 1PM

With English Subtitles

Starring: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne

Dir: Raoul Peck France 2017 118m

Things start to unravel for the Graham family following the death of their reclusive grandmother. The matriarch may be gone, but she still casts a dark shadow over the family. As terrifying secrets about their ancestry emerge, the Grahams find themselves trying to outrun the sinister fate they may have inherited.With an exceptional performance from Toni Colette, Hereditary electrified audiences at Sundance.

Starring: August Diehl, Vicky Krieps

It’s 1844 and struggling 26-year-old Karl Marx meets a young Friedrich Engels who has just published a study uncovering the miserable conditions in which the English working class must live. Peck delivers a meticulous portrait of two men on a quest for a human society, and a daring account of the emergence of the Communist League and the Communist Manifesto.

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m

FROM FRI 15

Dirs: Ian Bonhôte & Peter Ettedgui UK 2018 111m

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

With English Subtitles

ZAMA (15)

TUE 12, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

MON 18, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

MCQUEEN (15)

Dir: François Ozon France 2017 108m

THE CIAMBRA PREVIEW & 2-4-1 TICKET OFFER See The Ciambra first – and get 2 tickets for the price of 1!

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15)

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC)

Dir: Rupert Everett UK 2018 105m

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM SAT 9, TIME TBC

NOTHING LIKE A DAME

Dir: Gary Ross US 2018 rt tbc

(12A) 84m

Starring: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett

Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in his moving debut feature depicting the final three years in the life of Oscar Wilde, following his release from prison for indecency – his open homosexuality being too much for his time. Travelling around Europe under different names, his health and wealth deteriorating, Wilde never loses his wit or creativity, writing some of his most profound and intimate work.

Criminal mastermind Debbie Ocean enlists seven other women to attempt the heist of the century: stealing a necklace worth more than $150 million at New York’s annual Met Gala. Sandra Bullock heads a star-studded cast in one of the summer’s most anticipated films.

Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Joan Plowright get together in the countryside to discuss their careers and reminisce about their humble beginnings.

FROM FRI 22

IN THE FADE (18)

FROM FRI 29

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

Dir: Fatih Akin Germany 2017 106m

THE BOOKSHOP (PG)

(CERT TBC) 118m

Starring: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto

Dir: Isabel Coixet UK 2017 113m

See page 2 for details.

Katja’s life falls apart when her Kurdish husband and their young son are killed in a targeted bombing in Hamburg. Struggling to cope, she becomes obsessed with understanding this seemingly senseless act. When two suspects are brought to trial, Katja is pushed into a moral crisis in her desperation for both justice and revenge. Diane Kruger delivers an astonishing performance, awarded the Best Actress prize in Cannes, in this riveting thriller.

In the late 1950s, free-spirited widow Florence Green decides to open a bookshop in the sleepy coastal town of Hardborough, and expose the conservative locals to the best literature of the time, including Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’ and Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’. But whilst some welcome the new literary horizons, others aren’t yet ready for this cultural awakening. Emily Mortimer is delightful as Florence in this celebration of bibliophilia.

Starring: Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE PIANO (15) 116m See page 2 for details.

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

THE BOOKSHOP

IN THE FADE

HEREDITARY

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS

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

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 16, 2PM

The six-time Academy Award winning musical returns in an all new sing-along format. SAT 23, 1PM

I KILL GIANTS (12A) 106m Smart and rebellious teenager Barbara Thorson struggles through life by escaping into a fantasy world of magic and monsters, but things get complicated when both worlds start colliding.

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15) 105m See page 3 for details.

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Mon 4

See page 3 for details.

Tue 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 6

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.80. Thu 7

Fri 8

SAT 30, 12NOON

THE BROMLEY BOYS (PG) 106m

L’AMANT DOUBLE

JUNE 2018

Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour. Family matinee prices apply.

See page 1 for details.

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

With English Subtitles

Sun 3

rt tbc

MON 25, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

thriller film festival

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

LA LA LAND SING-ALONG (12A) 128m

Sherlock Gnomes must investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes. Family matinee prices apply.

E DARK N THmystery Icrime, and

Sat 2

The highs and lows of awkward teenager Dave as his beloved football team go through their worst season ever, and his first love is none other than the club chairman’s daughter.

SAT 2, 1PM

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour.

Sat 9

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

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:00 12:30 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:45 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1 If... 15 p11 12:00 Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

Sun 10

7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 Mon 11 7:45 5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

8:00 8:15 8:30 Tue 12 7:45

2:00 3:15

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc 3:00

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 1:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times L’Amant Double 18 p1 Oscar Wilde Season LIVE: An Ideal Husband 12A p11

5:00 4:30 6:00 tbc

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45 8:00 8:30

Wed 13

7:45 7:15

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1 Nothing Like a Dame 12A 10:30

2:00 3:00

2:00 3:00

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Thu 14

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

1:30 Fri 15

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Just Charlie - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Mario - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

06

05

Times tbc 3:45 6:30 4:15 6:15 Times tbc

8:45 9:00

Sat 16

Times tbc 3:00 5:45 12:30 4:15

6:30

8:30 8:45

1:45 Times tbc 7:30

Sun 17

Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 3:00 McQueen 15 p2 12:30 5:45 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 4:15 6:30 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Times tbc The Ciambra - Preview 15 p3 1:00 The Rape of Recy Taylor + PANEL 15 p10 1:30 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Lek and the Dogs + Q&A 15 p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Mon 18 8:30 8:45 Tue 19

Times tbc 5:45

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

2:45

5:30

8:15

Thu 28

Times tbc 5:45 8:30

Wed 20

6:30 8:45

Times tbc

Times tbc 5:45 8:30 8:45

4:00 6:15 Times tbc

Thu 21 7:30

PREVIEW: Terminal p7

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

2:45

Times tbc 5:45 8:30 8:45

4:00

Fri 22

6:15 Times tbc

Sat 23 Times tbc 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:30 8:45

4:00 6:15 Times tbc

2:45

5:30

Sun 24

8:15

Times tbc 2:30 5:15 8:00

Hereditary 15 p2 12:00 2:45 5:30 Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 2:30 5:15 The Ciambra 15 p3 La La Land Sing-along 12A p4 2:00 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

8:15

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 Finding Soraya + Q&A More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

5:30

8:15

Times tbc 2:30 5:15 3:00

8:00

12:00 2:45

Mon 25

Tue 26

8:00

Wed 27

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 BERLINER PHILHARMONICA: Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert LIVE p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 GLYNDEBOURNE LIVE: Madama Butterfly 12A p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 10:30 1:30 5:15 2:45

5:30

8:15

Times tbc 5:15 2:30

8:00

2:45

8:15

5:30

Times tbc 5:15 2:30

Fri 29

5:30

8:00 7:45

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

7:30 5:15 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Sat 30 8:00

Scarface 15 p7 Bertrand Tavernier Career Overview p7 In the Electric Mist 15 p7

Times tbc

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 The Bromley Boys PG p4

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

6:00 8:30 7:30 5:15 8:00

12:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

6:30

3:15

8:15

SHOTS IN THE DARK

8:30 4:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

On Dangerous Ground PG p8 12:15 Bertrand Tavernier on French Crime Cinema p8 2:00 L.627 15 p8 PREVIEW: A Prayer Before Dawn p8

8:15

Times tbc 10:30 1:30 Times tbc

Sun 1

6:30

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

4:30 7:45

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30 12:00 5:15

7:30 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Welcome to Germany + Q&A

Times tbc 3:30 5:00 1:00 4:15 2:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 I Kill Giants 12A p4

Times 12:00 2:45 2:30 2:15 1:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Green Days by the River + PANEL p10

9:00 6:45 8:00 7:00

tbc 5:30 5:15 5:00

8:15 7:45 8:00

Times tbc 2:45 5:30 2:30 5:15 2:15

8:15 7:45 8:00

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p4 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Ocean’s 8 - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

11:30 2:00 5:30 8:15

Our full programme is published on our website every Tuesday and available to pick up from our Box Office

www.broadway.org.uk/diary

5:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Coup de Torchon 15 p9 Charles Peace talk & screening PG p9 PREVIEW: Sicilian Ghost Story p9 C J Tudor Event p9

8:15 7:45 8:00 8:15 7:45 8:00

1:30

8:15 7:45 8:00

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PRICES Adult: £8.80 Conc: £6.70 Member Full: £6.70 Member Conc: £5.60 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £3.80 Family Matinee: £3.80 Supportive Env’t £3.80

PINK Intro before screening | ORANGE Q&A after screening | BLUE Special event | GREEN Bringing up Baby screening | PURPLE Supportive Environment screening | RED Silver Screen screening | BROWN Captioned for the hard of hearing | VIOLET Dementia Friendly Screening


WHAT’S ON JUNE 2018

CONTINUING INTO JUNE

WHAT’S ON JUNE 2018

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WHAT’S ON JUNE 2018

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WHAT’S ON JUNE 2018

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.80 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

JUNE 2018

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Fri 1

UNTIL SUN 3

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

See web for details.

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) 135m

MY FRIEND DAHMER (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m In 1962, newlyweds Edward and Florence spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage.

MY FRIEND DAHMER JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS MCQUEEN HEREDITARY IN THE FADE OCEAN’S 8 THE BOOKSHOP

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 1

Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian in this highly-anticipated prequel.

THE HAPPY PRINCE

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 103m

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

Dir: J A Bayona US 2018 rt tbc

Before Jeffrey Dahmer became one of America’s most notorious serial killers, he was an awkward teenager trying to navigate a broken family life, the loneliness of being an outcast, and the grisly impulses growing in his mind. Based on the cult graphic novel, My Friend Dahmer retraces Dahmer’s last high school year, his last friendship and the days leading up to his first murder.

Starring: Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt

FROM FRI 8

Four years after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, the existence of the remaining dinosaurs is threatened with a violent volcano eruption. Fearing an extinction-level event, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing attempt to rescue the dinosaurs, meeting new terrifying new breeds along the way.

L’AMANT DOUBLE (18) THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS (12A)

Starring: Jérémie Renier, Marine Vacht

Marine Vacht plays Chloé, a young woman who falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. When they decide to move in together, things take a strange turn and a series of discoveries leads her to suspect that Paul may be living a double life. With nods to Hitchcock, de Palma and Cronenberg, nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted in Ozon’s irreverent erotic thriller.

THE BREADWINNER (12A) 93m A young girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan must dress as a boy in order to support her family.

Dir: Sophie Brooks US 2017 87m Starring: Zosia Mamet, Matthew Shear

After a two-year stint in London, Diana is back in New York, in a new apartment, ready for a fresh start… until she realises her downstairs neighbour is none other than her ex-boyfriend. Despite the awkward set-up, Diana is hoping to make things work, but must soon re-examine a relationship she thought was behind her. Sophie Brooks delivers an original Nora Ephron-esque indie rom-com.

FROM FRI 15

THE PIANO (15)

THE CIAMBRA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jane Campion Australia 1993 116m

With English Subtitles

Lee Alexander McQueen ascended the ranks of the international fashion world quickly. Head designer of Givenchy at just 27, he went on to win the British Designer of the Year award four times and excited the fashion world with his controversial and confrontational work. McQueen offers a vivid portrait of a tortured but inspired auteur’s work and persona.

Dir: Lucrecia Martel Argentina 2017 115m

Starring: Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel

Dir: Jonas Carpignano Italy 2017 118m

Starring: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Lola Dueñas

Jane Campion became the first (and only) female director to win the Palme d’Or, 25 years ago, for this triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian-era New Zealand. With an award-winning and majestic performance from Holly Hunter as a woman on the edge of societal norms and caught in a Greek-like tragedy, The Piano returns to the big screen in a beautiful restoration.

Starring: Pio Amato, Koudous Seihon

A sumptuous and often very funny period piece based on the novel of the same name by Antonio Di Benedetto. Don Diego de Zama is an 18th-century Spanish magistrate - born in Latin America, and so deemed inferior to his European counterparts - eternally languishing in wait for a transfer from the outpost to which he has been relegated without his family. When his last hope of departure comes to nothing, Zama joins an expedition to track down a legendary outlaw who may or may not exist.

In a small Roma community in southern Italy, 14-year-old Pio is desperate to grow up fast. His role model is his oldest brother Cosimo who provides for the family through petty theft. When Cosimo is arrested, Pio seizes the opportunity to show the world he can fill his brother’s shoes, but as he gets deeper into dangerous territory, he must face a decision that will show if he is truly ready to become a man.

“A raw and distinctive coming-of-age portrait.” The Hollywood Reporter

FROM FRI 15

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

HEREDITARY (15)

(CERT TBC)

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Dir: Ari Aster US 2018 127m

SUN 10, 1PM

With English Subtitles

Starring: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne

Dir: Raoul Peck France 2017 118m

Things start to unravel for the Graham family following the death of their reclusive grandmother. The matriarch may be gone, but she still casts a dark shadow over the family. As terrifying secrets about their ancestry emerge, the Grahams find themselves trying to outrun the sinister fate they may have inherited.With an exceptional performance from Toni Colette, Hereditary electrified audiences at Sundance.

Starring: August Diehl, Vicky Krieps

It’s 1844 and struggling 26-year-old Karl Marx meets a young Friedrich Engels who has just published a study uncovering the miserable conditions in which the English working class must live. Peck delivers a meticulous portrait of two men on a quest for a human society, and a daring account of the emergence of the Communist League and the Communist Manifesto.

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m

FROM FRI 15

Dirs: Ian Bonhôte & Peter Ettedgui UK 2018 111m

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

With English Subtitles

ZAMA (15)

TUE 12, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

MON 18, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

MCQUEEN (15)

Dir: François Ozon France 2017 108m

THE CIAMBRA PREVIEW & 2-4-1 TICKET OFFER See The Ciambra first – and get 2 tickets for the price of 1!

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15)

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC)

Dir: Rupert Everett UK 2018 105m

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM SAT 9, TIME TBC

NOTHING LIKE A DAME

Dir: Gary Ross US 2018 rt tbc

(12A) 84m

Starring: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett

Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in his moving debut feature depicting the final three years in the life of Oscar Wilde, following his release from prison for indecency – his open homosexuality being too much for his time. Travelling around Europe under different names, his health and wealth deteriorating, Wilde never loses his wit or creativity, writing some of his most profound and intimate work.

Criminal mastermind Debbie Ocean enlists seven other women to attempt the heist of the century: stealing a necklace worth more than $150 million at New York’s annual Met Gala. Sandra Bullock heads a star-studded cast in one of the summer’s most anticipated films.

Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Joan Plowright get together in the countryside to discuss their careers and reminisce about their humble beginnings.

FROM FRI 22

IN THE FADE (18)

FROM FRI 29

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

Dir: Fatih Akin Germany 2017 106m

THE BOOKSHOP (PG)

(CERT TBC) 118m

Starring: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto

Dir: Isabel Coixet UK 2017 113m

See page 2 for details.

Katja’s life falls apart when her Kurdish husband and their young son are killed in a targeted bombing in Hamburg. Struggling to cope, she becomes obsessed with understanding this seemingly senseless act. When two suspects are brought to trial, Katja is pushed into a moral crisis in her desperation for both justice and revenge. Diane Kruger delivers an astonishing performance, awarded the Best Actress prize in Cannes, in this riveting thriller.

In the late 1950s, free-spirited widow Florence Green decides to open a bookshop in the sleepy coastal town of Hardborough, and expose the conservative locals to the best literature of the time, including Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’ and Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’. But whilst some welcome the new literary horizons, others aren’t yet ready for this cultural awakening. Emily Mortimer is delightful as Florence in this celebration of bibliophilia.

Starring: Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE PIANO (15) 116m See page 2 for details.

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

THE BOOKSHOP

IN THE FADE

HEREDITARY

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS

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

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 16, 2PM

The six-time Academy Award winning musical returns in an all new sing-along format. SAT 23, 1PM

I KILL GIANTS (12A) 106m Smart and rebellious teenager Barbara Thorson struggles through life by escaping into a fantasy world of magic and monsters, but things get complicated when both worlds start colliding.

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15) 105m See page 3 for details.

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Mon 4

See page 3 for details.

Tue 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 6

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.80. Thu 7

Fri 8

SAT 30, 12NOON

THE BROMLEY BOYS (PG) 106m

L’AMANT DOUBLE

JUNE 2018

Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour. Family matinee prices apply.

See page 1 for details.

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

With English Subtitles

Sun 3

rt tbc

MON 25, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

thriller film festival

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

LA LA LAND SING-ALONG (12A) 128m

Sherlock Gnomes must investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes. Family matinee prices apply.

E DARK N THmystery Icrime, and

Sat 2

The highs and lows of awkward teenager Dave as his beloved football team go through their worst season ever, and his first love is none other than the club chairman’s daughter.

SAT 2, 1PM

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour.

Sat 9

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

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:00 12:30 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:45 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1 If... 15 p11 12:00 Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

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7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 Mon 11 7:45 5:00 5:45 6:00 tbc

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2:00 3:15

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Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 1:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times L’Amant Double 18 p1 Oscar Wilde Season LIVE: An Ideal Husband 12A p11

5:00 4:30 6:00 tbc

8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45 8:00 8:30

Wed 13

7:45 7:15

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

5:00 5:45 6:00 Times tbc

Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1 Nothing Like a Dame 12A 10:30

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8:00 8:15 8:30 7:45

1:30 Fri 15

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Just Charlie - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Mario - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Times tbc 3:45 6:30 4:15 6:15 Times tbc

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Sat 16

Times tbc 3:00 5:45 12:30 4:15

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Sun 17

Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 3:00 McQueen 15 p2 12:30 5:45 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 4:15 6:30 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Times tbc The Ciambra - Preview 15 p3 1:00 The Rape of Recy Taylor + PANEL 15 p10 1:30 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Lek and the Dogs + Q&A 15 p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Mon 18 8:30 8:45 Tue 19

Times tbc 5:45

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Times tbc 5:45 8:30

Wed 20

6:30 8:45

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4:00 6:15 Times tbc

Thu 21 7:30

PREVIEW: Terminal p7

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

2:45

Times tbc 5:45 8:30 8:45

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6:15 Times tbc

Sat 23 Times tbc 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:30 8:45

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8:15

Times tbc 2:30 5:15 8:00

Hereditary 15 p2 12:00 2:45 5:30 Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 2:30 5:15 The Ciambra 15 p3 La La Land Sing-along 12A p4 2:00 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

8:15

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 Finding Soraya + Q&A More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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8:15

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Tue 26

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Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 BERLINER PHILHARMONICA: Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert LIVE p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 GLYNDEBOURNE LIVE: Madama Butterfly 12A p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 10:30 1:30 5:15 2:45

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8:15

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2:45

8:15

5:30

Times tbc 5:15 2:30

Fri 29

5:30

8:00 7:45

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

7:30 5:15 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Sat 30 8:00

Scarface 15 p7 Bertrand Tavernier Career Overview p7 In the Electric Mist 15 p7

Times tbc

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 The Bromley Boys PG p4

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30

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SHOTS IN THE DARK

8:30 4:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

On Dangerous Ground PG p8 12:15 Bertrand Tavernier on French Crime Cinema p8 2:00 L.627 15 p8 PREVIEW: A Prayer Before Dawn p8

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Times tbc 10:30 1:30 Times tbc

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6:30

Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

4:30 7:45

Times tbc 2:15 5:00 2:30 12:00 5:15

7:30 8:00

SHOTS IN THE DARK

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Welcome to Germany + Q&A

Times tbc 3:30 5:00 1:00 4:15 2:15

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 I Kill Giants 12A p4

Times 12:00 2:45 2:30 2:15 1:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Green Days by the River + PANEL p10

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Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p4 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Ocean’s 8 - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:00

Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Times tbc 2:15 5:30 2:30 5:15 5:00

11:30 2:00 5:30 8:15

Our full programme is published on our website every Tuesday and available to pick up from our Box Office

www.broadway.org.uk/diary

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Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

Coup de Torchon 15 p9 Charles Peace talk & screening PG p9 PREVIEW: Sicilian Ghost Story p9 C J Tudor Event p9

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BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.80 Conc: £6.70 Member Full: £6.70 Member Conc: £5.60 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £3.80 Family Matinee: £3.80 Supportive Env’t £3.80

PINK Intro before screening | ORANGE Q&A after screening | BLUE Special event | GREEN Bringing up Baby screening | PURPLE Supportive Environment screening | RED Silver Screen screening | BROWN Captioned for the hard of hearing | VIOLET Dementia Friendly Screening


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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.80 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

JUNE 2018

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Fri 1

UNTIL SUN 3

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

See web for details.

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) 135m

MY FRIEND DAHMER (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m In 1962, newlyweds Edward and Florence spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage.

MY FRIEND DAHMER JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS MCQUEEN HEREDITARY IN THE FADE OCEAN’S 8 THE BOOKSHOP

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 1

Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian in this highly-anticipated prequel.

THE HAPPY PRINCE

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 103m

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

Dir: J A Bayona US 2018 rt tbc

Before Jeffrey Dahmer became one of America’s most notorious serial killers, he was an awkward teenager trying to navigate a broken family life, the loneliness of being an outcast, and the grisly impulses growing in his mind. Based on the cult graphic novel, My Friend Dahmer retraces Dahmer’s last high school year, his last friendship and the days leading up to his first murder.

Starring: Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt

FROM FRI 8

Four years after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, the existence of the remaining dinosaurs is threatened with a violent volcano eruption. Fearing an extinction-level event, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing attempt to rescue the dinosaurs, meeting new terrifying new breeds along the way.

L’AMANT DOUBLE (18) THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS (12A)

Starring: Jérémie Renier, Marine Vacht

Marine Vacht plays Chloé, a young woman who falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. When they decide to move in together, things take a strange turn and a series of discoveries leads her to suspect that Paul may be living a double life. With nods to Hitchcock, de Palma and Cronenberg, nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted in Ozon’s irreverent erotic thriller.

THE BREADWINNER (12A) 93m A young girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan must dress as a boy in order to support her family.

Dir: Sophie Brooks US 2017 87m Starring: Zosia Mamet, Matthew Shear

After a two-year stint in London, Diana is back in New York, in a new apartment, ready for a fresh start… until she realises her downstairs neighbour is none other than her ex-boyfriend. Despite the awkward set-up, Diana is hoping to make things work, but must soon re-examine a relationship she thought was behind her. Sophie Brooks delivers an original Nora Ephron-esque indie rom-com.

FROM FRI 15

THE PIANO (15)

THE CIAMBRA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Jane Campion Australia 1993 116m

With English Subtitles

Lee Alexander McQueen ascended the ranks of the international fashion world quickly. Head designer of Givenchy at just 27, he went on to win the British Designer of the Year award four times and excited the fashion world with his controversial and confrontational work. McQueen offers a vivid portrait of a tortured but inspired auteur’s work and persona.

Dir: Lucrecia Martel Argentina 2017 115m

Starring: Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel

Dir: Jonas Carpignano Italy 2017 118m

Starring: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Lola Dueñas

Jane Campion became the first (and only) female director to win the Palme d’Or, 25 years ago, for this triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian-era New Zealand. With an award-winning and majestic performance from Holly Hunter as a woman on the edge of societal norms and caught in a Greek-like tragedy, The Piano returns to the big screen in a beautiful restoration.

Starring: Pio Amato, Koudous Seihon

A sumptuous and often very funny period piece based on the novel of the same name by Antonio Di Benedetto. Don Diego de Zama is an 18th-century Spanish magistrate - born in Latin America, and so deemed inferior to his European counterparts - eternally languishing in wait for a transfer from the outpost to which he has been relegated without his family. When his last hope of departure comes to nothing, Zama joins an expedition to track down a legendary outlaw who may or may not exist.

In a small Roma community in southern Italy, 14-year-old Pio is desperate to grow up fast. His role model is his oldest brother Cosimo who provides for the family through petty theft. When Cosimo is arrested, Pio seizes the opportunity to show the world he can fill his brother’s shoes, but as he gets deeper into dangerous territory, he must face a decision that will show if he is truly ready to become a man.

“A raw and distinctive coming-of-age portrait.” The Hollywood Reporter

FROM FRI 15

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

HEREDITARY (15)

(CERT TBC)

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Dir: Ari Aster US 2018 127m

SUN 10, 1PM

With English Subtitles

Starring: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne

Dir: Raoul Peck France 2017 118m

Things start to unravel for the Graham family following the death of their reclusive grandmother. The matriarch may be gone, but she still casts a dark shadow over the family. As terrifying secrets about their ancestry emerge, the Grahams find themselves trying to outrun the sinister fate they may have inherited.With an exceptional performance from Toni Colette, Hereditary electrified audiences at Sundance.

Starring: August Diehl, Vicky Krieps

It’s 1844 and struggling 26-year-old Karl Marx meets a young Friedrich Engels who has just published a study uncovering the miserable conditions in which the English working class must live. Peck delivers a meticulous portrait of two men on a quest for a human society, and a daring account of the emergence of the Communist League and the Communist Manifesto.

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m

FROM FRI 15

Dirs: Ian Bonhôte & Peter Ettedgui UK 2018 111m

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

With English Subtitles

ZAMA (15)

TUE 12, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

MON 18, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

MCQUEEN (15)

Dir: François Ozon France 2017 108m

THE CIAMBRA PREVIEW & 2-4-1 TICKET OFFER See The Ciambra first – and get 2 tickets for the price of 1!

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15)

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC)

Dir: Rupert Everett UK 2018 105m

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM SAT 9, TIME TBC

NOTHING LIKE A DAME

Dir: Gary Ross US 2018 rt tbc

(12A) 84m

Starring: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett

Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in his moving debut feature depicting the final three years in the life of Oscar Wilde, following his release from prison for indecency – his open homosexuality being too much for his time. Travelling around Europe under different names, his health and wealth deteriorating, Wilde never loses his wit or creativity, writing some of his most profound and intimate work.

Criminal mastermind Debbie Ocean enlists seven other women to attempt the heist of the century: stealing a necklace worth more than $150 million at New York’s annual Met Gala. Sandra Bullock heads a star-studded cast in one of the summer’s most anticipated films.

Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Joan Plowright get together in the countryside to discuss their careers and reminisce about their humble beginnings.

FROM FRI 22

IN THE FADE (18)

FROM FRI 29

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

Dir: Fatih Akin Germany 2017 106m

THE BOOKSHOP (PG)

(CERT TBC) 118m

Starring: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto

Dir: Isabel Coixet UK 2017 113m

See page 2 for details.

Katja’s life falls apart when her Kurdish husband and their young son are killed in a targeted bombing in Hamburg. Struggling to cope, she becomes obsessed with understanding this seemingly senseless act. When two suspects are brought to trial, Katja is pushed into a moral crisis in her desperation for both justice and revenge. Diane Kruger delivers an astonishing performance, awarded the Best Actress prize in Cannes, in this riveting thriller.

In the late 1950s, free-spirited widow Florence Green decides to open a bookshop in the sleepy coastal town of Hardborough, and expose the conservative locals to the best literature of the time, including Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’ and Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’. But whilst some welcome the new literary horizons, others aren’t yet ready for this cultural awakening. Emily Mortimer is delightful as Florence in this celebration of bibliophilia.

Starring: Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE PIANO (15) 116m See page 2 for details.

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

THE BOOKSHOP

IN THE FADE

HEREDITARY

THE YOUNG KARL MARX

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS

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

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 16, 2PM

The six-time Academy Award winning musical returns in an all new sing-along format. SAT 23, 1PM

I KILL GIANTS (12A) 106m Smart and rebellious teenager Barbara Thorson struggles through life by escaping into a fantasy world of magic and monsters, but things get complicated when both worlds start colliding.

THE HAPPY PRINCE (15) 105m See page 3 for details.

OCEAN’S 8 (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Mon 4

See page 3 for details.

Tue 5

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 6

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.80. Thu 7

Fri 8

SAT 30, 12NOON

THE BROMLEY BOYS (PG) 106m

L’AMANT DOUBLE

JUNE 2018

Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour. Family matinee prices apply.

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THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

With English Subtitles

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MON 25, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m

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JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM (CERT TBC)

LA LA LAND SING-ALONG (12A) 128m

Sherlock Gnomes must investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes. Family matinee prices apply.

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Sat 2

The highs and lows of awkward teenager Dave as his beloved football team go through their worst season ever, and his first love is none other than the club chairman’s daughter.

SAT 2, 1PM

PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted neighbour.

Sat 9

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Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:00 12:30 L’Amant Double 18 p1

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Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1

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Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 3:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 3:30 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times Sherlock Gnomes U p1 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p1 10:45 1:00 L’Amant Double 18 p1 If... 15 p11 12:00 Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

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Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 2:00 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 1:00 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 Times L’Amant Double 18 p1 Oscar Wilde Season LIVE: An Ideal Husband 12A p11

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Solo: A Star Wars Story 12A p1 On Chesil Beach 15 p1 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 The Breadwinner 12A p1 L’Amant Double 18 p1

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Just Charlie - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Mario - Preview p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 3:00 McQueen 15 p2 12:30 5:45 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 4:15 6:30 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Times tbc The Ciambra - Preview 15 p3 1:00 The Rape of Recy Taylor + PANEL 15 p10 1:30 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 Lek and the Dogs + Q&A 15 p10 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 Young Karl Marx p2 McQueen 15 p2 The Boy Downstairs 12A p1 Zama 15 p2 My Friend Dahmer 15 p1 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Thu 21 7:30

PREVIEW: Terminal p7

Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Hereditary 15 p2 12:00 2:45 5:30 Jurassic World: Times tbc Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 2:30 5:15 The Ciambra 15 p3 La La Land Sing-along 12A p4 2:00 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 Finding Soraya + Q&A More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 BERLINER PHILHARMONICA: Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert LIVE p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details Hereditary 15 p2 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom p1 The Piano 15 p2 The Ciambra 15 p3 GLYNDEBOURNE LIVE: Madama Butterfly 12A p11 More films tbc - see broadway.org.uk for details

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Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

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SHOTS IN THE DARK

Sat 30 8:00

Scarface 15 p7 Bertrand Tavernier Career Overview p7 In the Electric Mist 15 p7

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Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 The Bromley Boys PG p4

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Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

On Dangerous Ground PG p8 12:15 Bertrand Tavernier on French Crime Cinema p8 2:00 L.627 15 p8 PREVIEW: A Prayer Before Dawn p8

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Ocean’s 8 p3 The Bookshop PG p3 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3

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Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Welcome to Germany + Q&A

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Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 I Kill Giants 12A p4

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Ocean’s 8 p3 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Green Days by the River + PANEL p10

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Ocean’s 8 p4 Hereditary 15 p2 The Happy Prince 15 p3 In the Fade 18 p3 Ocean’s 8 - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

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Coup de Torchon 15 p9 Charles Peace talk & screening PG p9 PREVIEW: Sicilian Ghost Story p9 C J Tudor Event p9

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SAT 30, 2PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER ON FRENCH CRIME CINEMA IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

SAT 30, 12.15PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER CAREER OVERVIEW & INAURGURAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

ON DANGEROUS GROUND (PG)

We are proud to welcome French director Bertrand Tavernier to receive the Inaugural Shots in the Dark Lifetime Achievement Award. At this event the director, who is known for work rich in political and social commentary, and classic Policiers and Film Noir adapted from legendary novelists such as Jim Thompson and James Lee Burke, will discuss his long and distinguished career as a critic, publicist, director and producer with Shots in the Dark Festival Founder and Film London CEO, Adrian Wootton. The talk will be illustrated with clips from some of Tavernier’s most distinctive work including L.627, Coup de Torchon, Fresh Bait and Death Watch.

THU 28,7.45PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: TERMINAL (15) Dir: Vaughn Stein UK 2018 90m Starring: Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg

At just 27, Margot Robbie has put together a formidably diverse filmography, from Oscar-nominated I, Tonya, to her star-making work in The Wolf of Wall Street. Now, she’s the protagonist of a neon-drenched movie about dystopic, futuristic urban underworlds. Vaughn Stein’s feature-length debut, follows Robbie as Annie, a mysterious and murderous player in an assassination plot. It’s hard to imagine a better fit for the stylized double-crossing of old-style noir than Robbie. Consequences of Sound

Dir: Nicholas Ray US 1951 82m Starring: Robert Ryan, Ida Lupino

This screening marks the centenary of pioneering filmmaker Ida Lupino, a trailblazer both sides of the camera. In this eloquent, brooding noir she plays a blind woman who opens the eyes of a brutal urban cop on a rural manhunt. Bernard Herrmann provides the score.

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L.627 (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1992 146m Starring: Didier Bezace, Charlotte Kady

This gritty police drama shows us the underbelly of the Parisian drug trade. Lulu is a tough, streetwise narcotics cop who, like a Frank Serpico or a Dirty Harry Callahan, doesn’t play by the rules or kowtow to his weak and corrupt superiors. Lulu thrives in this violent world, where sheer guts can overcome his squad’s deficiencies of money and equipment. Despite the ruthless environment in which he lives and works every day, Lulu still manages somehow to maintain his humanity. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening.

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With English Subtitles

SUN 1, 11AM

SUN 1, 2PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN (CERT TBC) + Q&A

COUP DE TORCHON (15)

Partly Subtitled

Starring: Philippe Noiret, Isabelle Huppert

MICHAEL EATON: CHARLIE PEACE – HIS AMAZING LIFE AND ASTOUNDING LEGEND

Dir: Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire UK 2017 116m

Bertrand Tavernier relocates Jim Thompson’s 1964 Texas-set pulp novel Pop. 1280 to a sunbaked, dirt-caked Senegalese village, where its burnout, publicly mocked police chief Lucien Cordier suddenly decides to start killing his enemies. Within the palpable racist climate of French West Africa, Tavernier blends the restrained absurdity of Camus’s The Stranger with the keyed-up violence of Taxi Driver into a damning critique of French Imperialism and bourgeois society. In addition to its macabre sense of humour, and the brilliant performances all around especially a young Isabelle Huppert as Cordier’s mistress - Tavernier’s use of the lingering Steadicam gives an effortless precision to Coup de torchon’s tense and awkward energy. www.filmlinc.org

With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1981 125m

Starring: Joe Cole, Vithaya Pansringarm

In Klong Prem, there are 10 rules. If you break them, you will almost certainly die. If you don’t break them, you will definitely die. This is the true story of Billy Moore - jailed in one of the world’s toughest prisons, Klong Prem, the notorious ‘Bangkok Hilton’. Refusing to die there, Billy becomes a student of the lethal art of Muay Thai Boxing and in the process finds a brotherhood that will help guide him on an incredible journey to redemption. We will be joined by producer Sol Papadopoulos and writer Nick Saltrese for a post-screening Q&A.

A beautiful new restoration of Howard Hawks’ fast, feisty, darkly funny gangster classic.

Dir: Norman Lee UK 1949 106m Starring: Michael Martin-Harvey, Chili Bouchier

Biopic of the notorious Victorian burglar. SUN 1, 5.30PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: SICILIAN GHOST STORY

2017 122m

SICILIAN GHOST STORY

L.627 IN THE ELECTRIC MIST

Starring: Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak

Broadcast live from the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SHOTS ON THE PAGE PRESENTS: CJ TUDOR IN CONVERSATION WITH SANDEEP MAHAL We are delighted to welcome debut novelist, CJ Tudor whose debut novel sparked a furious bidding war. The Chalk Man is a creepy, claustrophobic thriller about a group of children who get caught up in a dangerous game. CJ Tudor was born in Salisbury and grew up in Nottingham, where she still lives with her partner and young daughter. Her love of writing, especially the dark and macabre, started young. When her peers were reading Judy Blume, she was devouring Stephen King and James Herbert. Join us to hear CJ Tudor discuss her own novel, the incredible popularity of the psychological thriller, and the kind of novels CJ Tudor reads for inspiration. Sandeep Mahal is Director, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. All tickets £5

FRI 8, 9PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: JUST CHARLIE (15)

A gripping real-life story of a Mafia kidnapping in Italy is enthrallingly re-imagined as supernatural fantasy by the directors of the acclaimed Salvo. Giuseppe is the 13-year-old son of a Mafia hitman, turned informant. When he disappears, it is assumed he has been kidnapped by his father’s former bosses. Giuseppe’s girlfriend, the determined Luna, battles her mother (some kind of wicked witch) and the police authority’s sloth and corruption in her search for him. Cleverly plotting her relentless quest, while her imagination conjures up mysterious and magical visions of where Giuseppe might be, Sicilian Ghost Story contrasts these fantastical worlds with the grim reality of the boy’s cruel captivity. Adrian Wootton - LFF

SUN 17, 3PM

SUN 10, 1.30PM

FINDING SORAYA (CERT TBC) + Q&A

Dir: Rebekah Fortune UK 2017 99m

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (15) + PANEL

Starring: Harry Gilby, Patricia Potter

Dir: Nancy Buirski US 2017 91m

Charlie is a young football prodigy with a bright future ahead. But Charlie feels trapped in a body she doesn’t identify with, and when she comes out as female, a long and complicated journey of acceptance begins for Charlie herself, but also for those around her – her parents, her football team, and the wider local community.

In September 1944, a young African American woman named Recy Taylor was raped by six white men in Alabama. In spite of all the threats made against her and her loved ones, Recy Taylor bravely decided to speak up and press charges, launching a high-profile campaign led by Rosa Parks. Nancy Buirski’s powerful documentary recounts this turning point in the early Civil Rights Movement. Join us for a panel discussion after this screening.

An Afghan-born woman goes back to her native land after 20 years in London to find the spirit of the lost progressive ideas of Afghanistan’s last Queen, Soraya. She explores the challenging conditions facing the women of Afghanistan today. Join us for this rare screening of work by an important emerging director, followed by a discussion with the director, Najia Khaan, and Dr Anna Ball, researcher in refugee women’s representation at Nottingham Trent University.

“Essential viewing, not least for its emphasis on the crucial role of women in the Civil Rights Movement.” New Yorker

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Dir: Najia Khaan UK 2016 73m

Starring: Senta Berger, Eric Kabongo

A box-office smash-hit in Germany, Welcome to Germany is an irreverent comic take on what happens when a well-off Munich family offers boarding to a refugee. Diallo from Nigeria soon makes friends among the family members, but they are tested when they have to face racism, bureaucracy and terror suspicions because of him. Followed by a post-screening discussion about the realities of hosting refugee and asylum-seekers, with HOST Nottingham.

SUN 3, 12NOON

IF… (15) 107m Malcolm McDowell is insouciant Mick Travis – mischief-maker turned leader of a bloody student uprising, in a boarding school in late-60s Britain. BENEATH THE COBBLESTONES, THE BEACH

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With English Subtitles Dir: Marcel Gisler Switzerland 2018 119m Starring: Max Hubacher, Aaron Altaras

Mario has fallen in love for the first time, with Leon, the new striker from Germany. They begin a passionate love affair but when rumours start spreading on their blooming romance in a still macho and narrow-minded industry, Mario finds himself having to decide whether to lose Leon, or jeopardise his career as a professional football player.

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Broadcast live, with exclusive interviews and programme insights. Tickets: £12.50 / £10 memb & conc

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Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters. GLYNDEBOURNE OPERA LIVE THU 21, 6.30PM

MADAMA BUTTERFLY (12A) 210m

Annilese Miskimmon’s production updates the action to the 1950s. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

GREEN DAYS BY THE RIVER (CERT TBC) + WINDRUSH PANEL

Dir: Andrew Kötting UK 2017 92m

Combining science fiction, fairytale and archive, this story of a lost boy carries reminiscences of Tarkovsky. Based on the play by Hattie Naylor, Lek leaves his parents for a life with dogs. An enfant sauvage, he grows into society with emotional connections and values at odds with the world, leading to conflict and confusion. Kötting’s account of this ultimate outsider uses an extended range of visual styles derived from avant garde and genre cinema, creating a visual meditation on what it means to be an alien. BFI We are pleased to welcome director Andrew Kötting for a post-screening Q&A.

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Dir: Michael Mooleedhar Trinidad and Tobago 2017 102m Starring: Vanessa Bartholomew, Dara Healy

In a remote village in 1952 Trinidad, a curious boy pursues the affection of two girls. Despite his father’s advice, Shell follows the compassionate Mr Gidharee to work on his plantation, in hopes of attracting his daughter Rosalie, but then falls for Joan, a sweet, sensible girl from the city. From the love triangle that ensues, Shell learns bittersweet lessons of life and love that will define his manhood and future forever. A panel discussion on the theme of Windrush will take place after the screening.

FRI 22

OCEAN’S 8 PARTY We’ll have a DJ playing top Divas’ tunes and a special offer on Prosecco tonight. Come out and play!

SUN 24, 5PM

LEK AND THE DOGS (15) + Q&A PREVIEW SCREENING: MARIO (CERT TBC)

SIR SIMON RATTLE’S FAREWELL CONCERT

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MON 6 - FRI 10 AUG, 9.30AM – 4PM EACH DAY A week of making, experimenting and learning for 13-16 year olds. nearnow.org.uk/summerschool

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY – PART ONE SAT 21 JUL, 10AM - 4.30PM Love digital photography? Want to leave auto mode behind? Our DSLR Photography workshop for beginners will help you to capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher | Ages 18+ | Level: Beginners

FILM COURSE GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m) Can cinema ever truly capture the experiences of childhood? And does film successfully reconnect adults to their forgotten inner child? We will explore these questions and others by looking at different aspects of childhood portrayed in a range of films including Night of the Hunter, Cinema Paradiso, and My Neighbour Totoro. Tutor: Sam Maxfield 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing NEW MON 4 JUN, 7PM-8.30PM COURSE Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

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Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY If you’re a budding filmmaker, then why not spend a week with us this summer making your own short film? To round off the week there’ll be a free private screening of your film at Broadway for your friends and family. Cost: £250 (includes lunches and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott- Fayle | Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

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TUE 12, 7.30PM

SAT 9, 7.30PM

BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER LIVE WED 20, 6.30PM

QUIZZES

Dir: Howard Hawks US 1932 95m

THE CASE OF CHARLES PEACE (PG)

Dirs: Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio Piazza Italy

Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, John Goodman

SCARFACE (15)

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(CERT TBC)

Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 2009 112m

FRI 29, TIME TBC

This illustrated talk charts the evolution of a Sheffield-born Victorian master burglar and murderer. From how his crimes were reported in The Illustrated Police News to the growth of the legend in Penny Dreadfuls, popular theatre and early cinema, this is a fascinating blend of true crime and 19th-century history.

SUN 1 JUL, 8.15PM

With English Subtitles

Having always been fascinated by US cinema, Bertrand Tavernier crossed the Atlantic to pitch his camera in the heart of Louisiana and make a film adaptation of James Lee Burke’s dark detective novel. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening of his director's cut version.

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AN IDEAL HUSBAND (12A) 180m

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Dir: Simon Verhoeven Germany 2016 116m

SAT 30, 7.45PM

IN THE ELECTRIC MIST (15)

SCARFACE

Deal t e k c i T See 4 for the price of 3.

FRI 29, 6PM

WELCOME TO GERMANY (CERT TBC) + PANEL

OSCAR WILDE SEASON LIVE TUE 5, 7.15PM

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Broadway and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature have joined forces to revive Nottingham’s International Crime, Mystery and Thriller Festival, Shots in the Dark, and the festival’s original founder, Adrian Wootton, is back to help curate this new edition. Over its nine previous years it became an event of truly national and international standing and Shots in the Dark 2018 captures the spirit of the original festival with four days of films, talks and special events.

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FRI 22, 7PM

See the film of your choice at 12NOON on a Sunday afternoon. For more details see our website, call 0115 952 6611 or email Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

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Bertrand Tavernier’s epic My Journey Through French Cinema provided an essential tour through the films that shaped him as a cinephile and storyteller. In this unique event he turns his attention to the history of the French Crime film. It’s a personal and fascinating labour of love from one of the world’s leading experts, combining a wide-ranging survey with insights that only Tavernier could provide.

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BERTRAND TAVERNIER ON FRENCH CRIME CINEMA IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

SAT 30, 12.15PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER CAREER OVERVIEW & INAURGURAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

ON DANGEROUS GROUND (PG)

We are proud to welcome French director Bertrand Tavernier to receive the Inaugural Shots in the Dark Lifetime Achievement Award. At this event the director, who is known for work rich in political and social commentary, and classic Policiers and Film Noir adapted from legendary novelists such as Jim Thompson and James Lee Burke, will discuss his long and distinguished career as a critic, publicist, director and producer with Shots in the Dark Festival Founder and Film London CEO, Adrian Wootton. The talk will be illustrated with clips from some of Tavernier’s most distinctive work including L.627, Coup de Torchon, Fresh Bait and Death Watch.

THU 28,7.45PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: TERMINAL (15) Dir: Vaughn Stein UK 2018 90m Starring: Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg

At just 27, Margot Robbie has put together a formidably diverse filmography, from Oscar-nominated I, Tonya, to her star-making work in The Wolf of Wall Street. Now, she’s the protagonist of a neon-drenched movie about dystopic, futuristic urban underworlds. Vaughn Stein’s feature-length debut, follows Robbie as Annie, a mysterious and murderous player in an assassination plot. It’s hard to imagine a better fit for the stylized double-crossing of old-style noir than Robbie. Consequences of Sound

Dir: Nicholas Ray US 1951 82m Starring: Robert Ryan, Ida Lupino

This screening marks the centenary of pioneering filmmaker Ida Lupino, a trailblazer both sides of the camera. In this eloquent, brooding noir she plays a blind woman who opens the eyes of a brutal urban cop on a rural manhunt. Bernard Herrmann provides the score.

EVENT INCLUDES:

L.627 (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1992 146m Starring: Didier Bezace, Charlotte Kady

This gritty police drama shows us the underbelly of the Parisian drug trade. Lulu is a tough, streetwise narcotics cop who, like a Frank Serpico or a Dirty Harry Callahan, doesn’t play by the rules or kowtow to his weak and corrupt superiors. Lulu thrives in this violent world, where sheer guts can overcome his squad’s deficiencies of money and equipment. Despite the ruthless environment in which he lives and works every day, Lulu still manages somehow to maintain his humanity. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening.

EVENT INCLUDES:

With English Subtitles

SUN 1, 11AM

SUN 1, 2PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN (CERT TBC) + Q&A

COUP DE TORCHON (15)

Partly Subtitled

Starring: Philippe Noiret, Isabelle Huppert

MICHAEL EATON: CHARLIE PEACE – HIS AMAZING LIFE AND ASTOUNDING LEGEND

Dir: Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire UK 2017 116m

Bertrand Tavernier relocates Jim Thompson’s 1964 Texas-set pulp novel Pop. 1280 to a sunbaked, dirt-caked Senegalese village, where its burnout, publicly mocked police chief Lucien Cordier suddenly decides to start killing his enemies. Within the palpable racist climate of French West Africa, Tavernier blends the restrained absurdity of Camus’s The Stranger with the keyed-up violence of Taxi Driver into a damning critique of French Imperialism and bourgeois society. In addition to its macabre sense of humour, and the brilliant performances all around especially a young Isabelle Huppert as Cordier’s mistress - Tavernier’s use of the lingering Steadicam gives an effortless precision to Coup de torchon’s tense and awkward energy. www.filmlinc.org

With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1981 125m

Starring: Joe Cole, Vithaya Pansringarm

In Klong Prem, there are 10 rules. If you break them, you will almost certainly die. If you don’t break them, you will definitely die. This is the true story of Billy Moore - jailed in one of the world’s toughest prisons, Klong Prem, the notorious ‘Bangkok Hilton’. Refusing to die there, Billy becomes a student of the lethal art of Muay Thai Boxing and in the process finds a brotherhood that will help guide him on an incredible journey to redemption. We will be joined by producer Sol Papadopoulos and writer Nick Saltrese for a post-screening Q&A.

A beautiful new restoration of Howard Hawks’ fast, feisty, darkly funny gangster classic.

Dir: Norman Lee UK 1949 106m Starring: Michael Martin-Harvey, Chili Bouchier

Biopic of the notorious Victorian burglar. SUN 1, 5.30PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: SICILIAN GHOST STORY

2017 122m

SICILIAN GHOST STORY

L.627 IN THE ELECTRIC MIST

Starring: Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak

Broadcast live from the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SHOTS ON THE PAGE PRESENTS: CJ TUDOR IN CONVERSATION WITH SANDEEP MAHAL We are delighted to welcome debut novelist, CJ Tudor whose debut novel sparked a furious bidding war. The Chalk Man is a creepy, claustrophobic thriller about a group of children who get caught up in a dangerous game. CJ Tudor was born in Salisbury and grew up in Nottingham, where she still lives with her partner and young daughter. Her love of writing, especially the dark and macabre, started young. When her peers were reading Judy Blume, she was devouring Stephen King and James Herbert. Join us to hear CJ Tudor discuss her own novel, the incredible popularity of the psychological thriller, and the kind of novels CJ Tudor reads for inspiration. Sandeep Mahal is Director, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. All tickets £5

FRI 8, 9PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: JUST CHARLIE (15)

A gripping real-life story of a Mafia kidnapping in Italy is enthrallingly re-imagined as supernatural fantasy by the directors of the acclaimed Salvo. Giuseppe is the 13-year-old son of a Mafia hitman, turned informant. When he disappears, it is assumed he has been kidnapped by his father’s former bosses. Giuseppe’s girlfriend, the determined Luna, battles her mother (some kind of wicked witch) and the police authority’s sloth and corruption in her search for him. Cleverly plotting her relentless quest, while her imagination conjures up mysterious and magical visions of where Giuseppe might be, Sicilian Ghost Story contrasts these fantastical worlds with the grim reality of the boy’s cruel captivity. Adrian Wootton - LFF

SUN 17, 3PM

SUN 10, 1.30PM

FINDING SORAYA (CERT TBC) + Q&A

Dir: Rebekah Fortune UK 2017 99m

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (15) + PANEL

Starring: Harry Gilby, Patricia Potter

Dir: Nancy Buirski US 2017 91m

Charlie is a young football prodigy with a bright future ahead. But Charlie feels trapped in a body she doesn’t identify with, and when she comes out as female, a long and complicated journey of acceptance begins for Charlie herself, but also for those around her – her parents, her football team, and the wider local community.

In September 1944, a young African American woman named Recy Taylor was raped by six white men in Alabama. In spite of all the threats made against her and her loved ones, Recy Taylor bravely decided to speak up and press charges, launching a high-profile campaign led by Rosa Parks. Nancy Buirski’s powerful documentary recounts this turning point in the early Civil Rights Movement. Join us for a panel discussion after this screening.

An Afghan-born woman goes back to her native land after 20 years in London to find the spirit of the lost progressive ideas of Afghanistan’s last Queen, Soraya. She explores the challenging conditions facing the women of Afghanistan today. Join us for this rare screening of work by an important emerging director, followed by a discussion with the director, Najia Khaan, and Dr Anna Ball, researcher in refugee women’s representation at Nottingham Trent University.

“Essential viewing, not least for its emphasis on the crucial role of women in the Civil Rights Movement.” New Yorker

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Dir: Najia Khaan UK 2016 73m

Starring: Senta Berger, Eric Kabongo

A box-office smash-hit in Germany, Welcome to Germany is an irreverent comic take on what happens when a well-off Munich family offers boarding to a refugee. Diallo from Nigeria soon makes friends among the family members, but they are tested when they have to face racism, bureaucracy and terror suspicions because of him. Followed by a post-screening discussion about the realities of hosting refugee and asylum-seekers, with HOST Nottingham.

SUN 3, 12NOON

IF… (15) 107m Malcolm McDowell is insouciant Mick Travis – mischief-maker turned leader of a bloody student uprising, in a boarding school in late-60s Britain. BENEATH THE COBBLESTONES, THE BEACH

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Starring: Xavier Tchili

With English Subtitles Dir: Marcel Gisler Switzerland 2018 119m Starring: Max Hubacher, Aaron Altaras

Mario has fallen in love for the first time, with Leon, the new striker from Germany. They begin a passionate love affair but when rumours start spreading on their blooming romance in a still macho and narrow-minded industry, Mario finds himself having to decide whether to lose Leon, or jeopardise his career as a professional football player.

10% OFF ALL MEALS AT ANY TIME

Broadcast live, with exclusive interviews and programme insights. Tickets: £12.50 / £10 memb & conc

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

TRY OUR NEW MENU

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters. GLYNDEBOURNE OPERA LIVE THU 21, 6.30PM

MADAMA BUTTERFLY (12A) 210m

Annilese Miskimmon’s production updates the action to the 1950s. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

GREEN DAYS BY THE RIVER (CERT TBC) + WINDRUSH PANEL

Dir: Andrew Kötting UK 2017 92m

Combining science fiction, fairytale and archive, this story of a lost boy carries reminiscences of Tarkovsky. Based on the play by Hattie Naylor, Lek leaves his parents for a life with dogs. An enfant sauvage, he grows into society with emotional connections and values at odds with the world, leading to conflict and confusion. Kötting’s account of this ultimate outsider uses an extended range of visual styles derived from avant garde and genre cinema, creating a visual meditation on what it means to be an alien. BFI We are pleased to welcome director Andrew Kötting for a post-screening Q&A.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

(CERT TBC) 120m

Dir: Michael Mooleedhar Trinidad and Tobago 2017 102m Starring: Vanessa Bartholomew, Dara Healy

In a remote village in 1952 Trinidad, a curious boy pursues the affection of two girls. Despite his father’s advice, Shell follows the compassionate Mr Gidharee to work on his plantation, in hopes of attracting his daughter Rosalie, but then falls for Joan, a sweet, sensible girl from the city. From the love triangle that ensues, Shell learns bittersweet lessons of life and love that will define his manhood and future forever. A panel discussion on the theme of Windrush will take place after the screening.

FRI 22

OCEAN’S 8 PARTY We’ll have a DJ playing top Divas’ tunes and a special offer on Prosecco tonight. Come out and play!

SUN 24, 5PM

LEK AND THE DOGS (15) + Q&A PREVIEW SCREENING: MARIO (CERT TBC)

SIR SIMON RATTLE’S FAREWELL CONCERT

OUR POPULAR FOOD AND FILM OFFER

INSPIRING CREATIVITY We have plenty of opportunities to nurture your creativity. Come along, join us and get involved.

NEAR NOW FELLOWSHIP: OPEN CALL

ARTS AND TECH SUMMER SCHOOL

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: TUE 12 JUN, 12 NOON Our 12-month artistic and professional development programme helps pioneering artists to explore and realise bold ideas. You can find more information about the Near Now Fellowship at nearnow.org.uk

MON 6 - FRI 10 AUG, 9.30AM – 4PM EACH DAY A week of making, experimenting and learning for 13-16 year olds. nearnow.org.uk/summerschool

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY – PART ONE SAT 21 JUL, 10AM - 4.30PM Love digital photography? Want to leave auto mode behind? Our DSLR Photography workshop for beginners will help you to capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher | Ages 18+ | Level: Beginners

FILM COURSE GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m) Can cinema ever truly capture the experiences of childhood? And does film successfully reconnect adults to their forgotten inner child? We will explore these questions and others by looking at different aspects of childhood portrayed in a range of films including Night of the Hunter, Cinema Paradiso, and My Neighbour Totoro. Tutor: Sam Maxfield 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing NEW MON 4 JUN, 7PM-8.30PM COURSE Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY If you’re a budding filmmaker, then why not spend a week with us this summer making your own short film? To round off the week there’ll be a free private screening of your film at Broadway for your friends and family. Cost: £250 (includes lunches and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott- Fayle | Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

For further details about our workshops visit broadway.org.uk/groups/courses_workshops

JUST PRESENT YOUR CINEMA TICKET AT THE BAR.

TUE 12, 7.30PM

SAT 9, 7.30PM

BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER LIVE WED 20, 6.30PM

QUIZZES

Dir: Howard Hawks US 1932 95m

THE CASE OF CHARLES PEACE (PG)

Dirs: Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio Piazza Italy

Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, John Goodman

SCARFACE (15)

EVENT INCLUDES:

(CERT TBC)

Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 2009 112m

FRI 29, TIME TBC

This illustrated talk charts the evolution of a Sheffield-born Victorian master burglar and murderer. From how his crimes were reported in The Illustrated Police News to the growth of the legend in Penny Dreadfuls, popular theatre and early cinema, this is a fascinating blend of true crime and 19th-century history.

SUN 1 JUL, 8.15PM

With English Subtitles

Having always been fascinated by US cinema, Bertrand Tavernier crossed the Atlantic to pitch his camera in the heart of Louisiana and make a film adaptation of James Lee Burke’s dark detective novel. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening of his director's cut version.

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AN IDEAL HUSBAND (12A) 180m

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Dir: Simon Verhoeven Germany 2016 116m

SAT 30, 7.45PM

IN THE ELECTRIC MIST (15)

SCARFACE

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FRI 29, 6PM

WELCOME TO GERMANY (CERT TBC) + PANEL

OSCAR WILDE SEASON LIVE TUE 5, 7.15PM

FILM

Broadway and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature have joined forces to revive Nottingham’s International Crime, Mystery and Thriller Festival, Shots in the Dark, and the festival’s original founder, Adrian Wootton, is back to help curate this new edition. Over its nine previous years it became an event of truly national and international standing and Shots in the Dark 2018 captures the spirit of the original festival with four days of films, talks and special events.

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FRI 22, 7PM

See the film of your choice at 12NOON on a Sunday afternoon. For more details see our website, call 0115 952 6611 or email Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

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Bertrand Tavernier’s epic My Journey Through French Cinema provided an essential tour through the films that shaped him as a cinephile and storyteller. In this unique event he turns his attention to the history of the French Crime film. It’s a personal and fascinating labour of love from one of the world’s leading experts, combining a wide-ranging survey with insights that only Tavernier could provide.

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SAT 30, 2PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER ON FRENCH CRIME CINEMA IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

SAT 30, 12.15PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER CAREER OVERVIEW & INAURGURAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

ON DANGEROUS GROUND (PG)

We are proud to welcome French director Bertrand Tavernier to receive the Inaugural Shots in the Dark Lifetime Achievement Award. At this event the director, who is known for work rich in political and social commentary, and classic Policiers and Film Noir adapted from legendary novelists such as Jim Thompson and James Lee Burke, will discuss his long and distinguished career as a critic, publicist, director and producer with Shots in the Dark Festival Founder and Film London CEO, Adrian Wootton. The talk will be illustrated with clips from some of Tavernier’s most distinctive work including L.627, Coup de Torchon, Fresh Bait and Death Watch.

THU 28,7.45PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: TERMINAL (15) Dir: Vaughn Stein UK 2018 90m Starring: Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg

At just 27, Margot Robbie has put together a formidably diverse filmography, from Oscar-nominated I, Tonya, to her star-making work in The Wolf of Wall Street. Now, she’s the protagonist of a neon-drenched movie about dystopic, futuristic urban underworlds. Vaughn Stein’s feature-length debut, follows Robbie as Annie, a mysterious and murderous player in an assassination plot. It’s hard to imagine a better fit for the stylized double-crossing of old-style noir than Robbie. Consequences of Sound

Dir: Nicholas Ray US 1951 82m Starring: Robert Ryan, Ida Lupino

This screening marks the centenary of pioneering filmmaker Ida Lupino, a trailblazer both sides of the camera. In this eloquent, brooding noir she plays a blind woman who opens the eyes of a brutal urban cop on a rural manhunt. Bernard Herrmann provides the score.

EVENT INCLUDES:

L.627 (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1992 146m Starring: Didier Bezace, Charlotte Kady

This gritty police drama shows us the underbelly of the Parisian drug trade. Lulu is a tough, streetwise narcotics cop who, like a Frank Serpico or a Dirty Harry Callahan, doesn’t play by the rules or kowtow to his weak and corrupt superiors. Lulu thrives in this violent world, where sheer guts can overcome his squad’s deficiencies of money and equipment. Despite the ruthless environment in which he lives and works every day, Lulu still manages somehow to maintain his humanity. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening.

EVENT INCLUDES:

With English Subtitles

SUN 1, 11AM

SUN 1, 2PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN (CERT TBC) + Q&A

COUP DE TORCHON (15)

Partly Subtitled

Starring: Philippe Noiret, Isabelle Huppert

MICHAEL EATON: CHARLIE PEACE – HIS AMAZING LIFE AND ASTOUNDING LEGEND

Dir: Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire UK 2017 116m

Bertrand Tavernier relocates Jim Thompson’s 1964 Texas-set pulp novel Pop. 1280 to a sunbaked, dirt-caked Senegalese village, where its burnout, publicly mocked police chief Lucien Cordier suddenly decides to start killing his enemies. Within the palpable racist climate of French West Africa, Tavernier blends the restrained absurdity of Camus’s The Stranger with the keyed-up violence of Taxi Driver into a damning critique of French Imperialism and bourgeois society. In addition to its macabre sense of humour, and the brilliant performances all around especially a young Isabelle Huppert as Cordier’s mistress - Tavernier’s use of the lingering Steadicam gives an effortless precision to Coup de torchon’s tense and awkward energy. www.filmlinc.org

With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1981 125m

Starring: Joe Cole, Vithaya Pansringarm

In Klong Prem, there are 10 rules. If you break them, you will almost certainly die. If you don’t break them, you will definitely die. This is the true story of Billy Moore - jailed in one of the world’s toughest prisons, Klong Prem, the notorious ‘Bangkok Hilton’. Refusing to die there, Billy becomes a student of the lethal art of Muay Thai Boxing and in the process finds a brotherhood that will help guide him on an incredible journey to redemption. We will be joined by producer Sol Papadopoulos and writer Nick Saltrese for a post-screening Q&A.

A beautiful new restoration of Howard Hawks’ fast, feisty, darkly funny gangster classic.

Dir: Norman Lee UK 1949 106m Starring: Michael Martin-Harvey, Chili Bouchier

Biopic of the notorious Victorian burglar. SUN 1, 5.30PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: SICILIAN GHOST STORY

2017 122m

SICILIAN GHOST STORY

L.627 IN THE ELECTRIC MIST

Starring: Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak

Broadcast live from the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SHOTS ON THE PAGE PRESENTS: CJ TUDOR IN CONVERSATION WITH SANDEEP MAHAL We are delighted to welcome debut novelist, CJ Tudor whose debut novel sparked a furious bidding war. The Chalk Man is a creepy, claustrophobic thriller about a group of children who get caught up in a dangerous game. CJ Tudor was born in Salisbury and grew up in Nottingham, where she still lives with her partner and young daughter. Her love of writing, especially the dark and macabre, started young. When her peers were reading Judy Blume, she was devouring Stephen King and James Herbert. Join us to hear CJ Tudor discuss her own novel, the incredible popularity of the psychological thriller, and the kind of novels CJ Tudor reads for inspiration. Sandeep Mahal is Director, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. All tickets £5

FRI 8, 9PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: JUST CHARLIE (15)

A gripping real-life story of a Mafia kidnapping in Italy is enthrallingly re-imagined as supernatural fantasy by the directors of the acclaimed Salvo. Giuseppe is the 13-year-old son of a Mafia hitman, turned informant. When he disappears, it is assumed he has been kidnapped by his father’s former bosses. Giuseppe’s girlfriend, the determined Luna, battles her mother (some kind of wicked witch) and the police authority’s sloth and corruption in her search for him. Cleverly plotting her relentless quest, while her imagination conjures up mysterious and magical visions of where Giuseppe might be, Sicilian Ghost Story contrasts these fantastical worlds with the grim reality of the boy’s cruel captivity. Adrian Wootton - LFF

SUN 17, 3PM

SUN 10, 1.30PM

FINDING SORAYA (CERT TBC) + Q&A

Dir: Rebekah Fortune UK 2017 99m

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (15) + PANEL

Starring: Harry Gilby, Patricia Potter

Dir: Nancy Buirski US 2017 91m

Charlie is a young football prodigy with a bright future ahead. But Charlie feels trapped in a body she doesn’t identify with, and when she comes out as female, a long and complicated journey of acceptance begins for Charlie herself, but also for those around her – her parents, her football team, and the wider local community.

In September 1944, a young African American woman named Recy Taylor was raped by six white men in Alabama. In spite of all the threats made against her and her loved ones, Recy Taylor bravely decided to speak up and press charges, launching a high-profile campaign led by Rosa Parks. Nancy Buirski’s powerful documentary recounts this turning point in the early Civil Rights Movement. Join us for a panel discussion after this screening.

An Afghan-born woman goes back to her native land after 20 years in London to find the spirit of the lost progressive ideas of Afghanistan’s last Queen, Soraya. She explores the challenging conditions facing the women of Afghanistan today. Join us for this rare screening of work by an important emerging director, followed by a discussion with the director, Najia Khaan, and Dr Anna Ball, researcher in refugee women’s representation at Nottingham Trent University.

“Essential viewing, not least for its emphasis on the crucial role of women in the Civil Rights Movement.” New Yorker

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Dir: Najia Khaan UK 2016 73m

Starring: Senta Berger, Eric Kabongo

A box-office smash-hit in Germany, Welcome to Germany is an irreverent comic take on what happens when a well-off Munich family offers boarding to a refugee. Diallo from Nigeria soon makes friends among the family members, but they are tested when they have to face racism, bureaucracy and terror suspicions because of him. Followed by a post-screening discussion about the realities of hosting refugee and asylum-seekers, with HOST Nottingham.

SUN 3, 12NOON

IF… (15) 107m Malcolm McDowell is insouciant Mick Travis – mischief-maker turned leader of a bloody student uprising, in a boarding school in late-60s Britain. BENEATH THE COBBLESTONES, THE BEACH

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FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD!

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Starring: Xavier Tchili

With English Subtitles Dir: Marcel Gisler Switzerland 2018 119m Starring: Max Hubacher, Aaron Altaras

Mario has fallen in love for the first time, with Leon, the new striker from Germany. They begin a passionate love affair but when rumours start spreading on their blooming romance in a still macho and narrow-minded industry, Mario finds himself having to decide whether to lose Leon, or jeopardise his career as a professional football player.

10% OFF ALL MEALS AT ANY TIME

Broadcast live, with exclusive interviews and programme insights. Tickets: £12.50 / £10 memb & conc

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

TRY OUR NEW MENU

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters. GLYNDEBOURNE OPERA LIVE THU 21, 6.30PM

MADAMA BUTTERFLY (12A) 210m

Annilese Miskimmon’s production updates the action to the 1950s. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

GREEN DAYS BY THE RIVER (CERT TBC) + WINDRUSH PANEL

Dir: Andrew Kötting UK 2017 92m

Combining science fiction, fairytale and archive, this story of a lost boy carries reminiscences of Tarkovsky. Based on the play by Hattie Naylor, Lek leaves his parents for a life with dogs. An enfant sauvage, he grows into society with emotional connections and values at odds with the world, leading to conflict and confusion. Kötting’s account of this ultimate outsider uses an extended range of visual styles derived from avant garde and genre cinema, creating a visual meditation on what it means to be an alien. BFI We are pleased to welcome director Andrew Kötting for a post-screening Q&A.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

(CERT TBC) 120m

Dir: Michael Mooleedhar Trinidad and Tobago 2017 102m Starring: Vanessa Bartholomew, Dara Healy

In a remote village in 1952 Trinidad, a curious boy pursues the affection of two girls. Despite his father’s advice, Shell follows the compassionate Mr Gidharee to work on his plantation, in hopes of attracting his daughter Rosalie, but then falls for Joan, a sweet, sensible girl from the city. From the love triangle that ensues, Shell learns bittersweet lessons of life and love that will define his manhood and future forever. A panel discussion on the theme of Windrush will take place after the screening.

FRI 22

OCEAN’S 8 PARTY We’ll have a DJ playing top Divas’ tunes and a special offer on Prosecco tonight. Come out and play!

SUN 24, 5PM

LEK AND THE DOGS (15) + Q&A PREVIEW SCREENING: MARIO (CERT TBC)

SIR SIMON RATTLE’S FAREWELL CONCERT

OUR POPULAR FOOD AND FILM OFFER

INSPIRING CREATIVITY We have plenty of opportunities to nurture your creativity. Come along, join us and get involved.

NEAR NOW FELLOWSHIP: OPEN CALL

ARTS AND TECH SUMMER SCHOOL

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: TUE 12 JUN, 12 NOON Our 12-month artistic and professional development programme helps pioneering artists to explore and realise bold ideas. You can find more information about the Near Now Fellowship at nearnow.org.uk

MON 6 - FRI 10 AUG, 9.30AM – 4PM EACH DAY A week of making, experimenting and learning for 13-16 year olds. nearnow.org.uk/summerschool

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY – PART ONE SAT 21 JUL, 10AM - 4.30PM Love digital photography? Want to leave auto mode behind? Our DSLR Photography workshop for beginners will help you to capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher | Ages 18+ | Level: Beginners

FILM COURSE GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m) Can cinema ever truly capture the experiences of childhood? And does film successfully reconnect adults to their forgotten inner child? We will explore these questions and others by looking at different aspects of childhood portrayed in a range of films including Night of the Hunter, Cinema Paradiso, and My Neighbour Totoro. Tutor: Sam Maxfield 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing NEW MON 4 JUN, 7PM-8.30PM COURSE Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY If you’re a budding filmmaker, then why not spend a week with us this summer making your own short film? To round off the week there’ll be a free private screening of your film at Broadway for your friends and family. Cost: £250 (includes lunches and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott- Fayle | Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

For further details about our workshops visit broadway.org.uk/groups/courses_workshops

JUST PRESENT YOUR CINEMA TICKET AT THE BAR.

TUE 12, 7.30PM

SAT 9, 7.30PM

BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER LIVE WED 20, 6.30PM

QUIZZES

Dir: Howard Hawks US 1932 95m

THE CASE OF CHARLES PEACE (PG)

Dirs: Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio Piazza Italy

Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, John Goodman

SCARFACE (15)

EVENT INCLUDES:

(CERT TBC)

Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 2009 112m

FRI 29, TIME TBC

This illustrated talk charts the evolution of a Sheffield-born Victorian master burglar and murderer. From how his crimes were reported in The Illustrated Police News to the growth of the legend in Penny Dreadfuls, popular theatre and early cinema, this is a fascinating blend of true crime and 19th-century history.

SUN 1 JUL, 8.15PM

With English Subtitles

Having always been fascinated by US cinema, Bertrand Tavernier crossed the Atlantic to pitch his camera in the heart of Louisiana and make a film adaptation of James Lee Burke’s dark detective novel. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening of his director's cut version.

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

AN IDEAL HUSBAND (12A) 180m

12

Dir: Simon Verhoeven Germany 2016 116m

SAT 30, 7.45PM

IN THE ELECTRIC MIST (15)

SCARFACE

Deal t e k c i T See 4 for the price of 3.

FRI 29, 6PM

WELCOME TO GERMANY (CERT TBC) + PANEL

OSCAR WILDE SEASON LIVE TUE 5, 7.15PM

FILM

Broadway and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature have joined forces to revive Nottingham’s International Crime, Mystery and Thriller Festival, Shots in the Dark, and the festival’s original founder, Adrian Wootton, is back to help curate this new edition. Over its nine previous years it became an event of truly national and international standing and Shots in the Dark 2018 captures the spirit of the original festival with four days of films, talks and special events.

TERMINAL

thriller film festival

FRI 22, 7PM

See the film of your choice at 12NOON on a Sunday afternoon. For more details see our website, call 0115 952 6611 or email Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

FOOD

Bertrand Tavernier’s epic My Journey Through French Cinema provided an essential tour through the films that shaped him as a cinephile and storyteller. In this unique event he turns his attention to the history of the French Crime film. It’s a personal and fascinating labour of love from one of the world’s leading experts, combining a wide-ranging survey with insights that only Tavernier could provide.

LEK AND THE DOGS

E DARK N THmystery Icrime, and

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

LIVE BY SATELLITE

JUNE 2018

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

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


JUNE 2018

07

JUNE 2018

08

JUNE 2018

09

10

11

MY MOVIE

SAT 30, 2PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER ON FRENCH CRIME CINEMA IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

SAT 30, 12.15PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER CAREER OVERVIEW & INAURGURAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

ON DANGEROUS GROUND (PG)

We are proud to welcome French director Bertrand Tavernier to receive the Inaugural Shots in the Dark Lifetime Achievement Award. At this event the director, who is known for work rich in political and social commentary, and classic Policiers and Film Noir adapted from legendary novelists such as Jim Thompson and James Lee Burke, will discuss his long and distinguished career as a critic, publicist, director and producer with Shots in the Dark Festival Founder and Film London CEO, Adrian Wootton. The talk will be illustrated with clips from some of Tavernier’s most distinctive work including L.627, Coup de Torchon, Fresh Bait and Death Watch.

THU 28,7.45PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: TERMINAL (15) Dir: Vaughn Stein UK 2018 90m Starring: Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg

At just 27, Margot Robbie has put together a formidably diverse filmography, from Oscar-nominated I, Tonya, to her star-making work in The Wolf of Wall Street. Now, she’s the protagonist of a neon-drenched movie about dystopic, futuristic urban underworlds. Vaughn Stein’s feature-length debut, follows Robbie as Annie, a mysterious and murderous player in an assassination plot. It’s hard to imagine a better fit for the stylized double-crossing of old-style noir than Robbie. Consequences of Sound

Dir: Nicholas Ray US 1951 82m Starring: Robert Ryan, Ida Lupino

This screening marks the centenary of pioneering filmmaker Ida Lupino, a trailblazer both sides of the camera. In this eloquent, brooding noir she plays a blind woman who opens the eyes of a brutal urban cop on a rural manhunt. Bernard Herrmann provides the score.

EVENT INCLUDES:

L.627 (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1992 146m Starring: Didier Bezace, Charlotte Kady

This gritty police drama shows us the underbelly of the Parisian drug trade. Lulu is a tough, streetwise narcotics cop who, like a Frank Serpico or a Dirty Harry Callahan, doesn’t play by the rules or kowtow to his weak and corrupt superiors. Lulu thrives in this violent world, where sheer guts can overcome his squad’s deficiencies of money and equipment. Despite the ruthless environment in which he lives and works every day, Lulu still manages somehow to maintain his humanity. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening.

EVENT INCLUDES:

With English Subtitles

SUN 1, 11AM

SUN 1, 2PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN (CERT TBC) + Q&A

COUP DE TORCHON (15)

Partly Subtitled

Starring: Philippe Noiret, Isabelle Huppert

MICHAEL EATON: CHARLIE PEACE – HIS AMAZING LIFE AND ASTOUNDING LEGEND

Dir: Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire UK 2017 116m

Bertrand Tavernier relocates Jim Thompson’s 1964 Texas-set pulp novel Pop. 1280 to a sunbaked, dirt-caked Senegalese village, where its burnout, publicly mocked police chief Lucien Cordier suddenly decides to start killing his enemies. Within the palpable racist climate of French West Africa, Tavernier blends the restrained absurdity of Camus’s The Stranger with the keyed-up violence of Taxi Driver into a damning critique of French Imperialism and bourgeois society. In addition to its macabre sense of humour, and the brilliant performances all around especially a young Isabelle Huppert as Cordier’s mistress - Tavernier’s use of the lingering Steadicam gives an effortless precision to Coup de torchon’s tense and awkward energy. www.filmlinc.org

With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1981 125m

Starring: Joe Cole, Vithaya Pansringarm

In Klong Prem, there are 10 rules. If you break them, you will almost certainly die. If you don’t break them, you will definitely die. This is the true story of Billy Moore - jailed in one of the world’s toughest prisons, Klong Prem, the notorious ‘Bangkok Hilton’. Refusing to die there, Billy becomes a student of the lethal art of Muay Thai Boxing and in the process finds a brotherhood that will help guide him on an incredible journey to redemption. We will be joined by producer Sol Papadopoulos and writer Nick Saltrese for a post-screening Q&A.

A beautiful new restoration of Howard Hawks’ fast, feisty, darkly funny gangster classic.

Dir: Norman Lee UK 1949 106m Starring: Michael Martin-Harvey, Chili Bouchier

Biopic of the notorious Victorian burglar. SUN 1, 5.30PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: SICILIAN GHOST STORY

2017 122m

SICILIAN GHOST STORY

L.627 IN THE ELECTRIC MIST

Starring: Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak

Broadcast live from the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SHOTS ON THE PAGE PRESENTS: CJ TUDOR IN CONVERSATION WITH SANDEEP MAHAL We are delighted to welcome debut novelist, CJ Tudor whose debut novel sparked a furious bidding war. The Chalk Man is a creepy, claustrophobic thriller about a group of children who get caught up in a dangerous game. CJ Tudor was born in Salisbury and grew up in Nottingham, where she still lives with her partner and young daughter. Her love of writing, especially the dark and macabre, started young. When her peers were reading Judy Blume, she was devouring Stephen King and James Herbert. Join us to hear CJ Tudor discuss her own novel, the incredible popularity of the psychological thriller, and the kind of novels CJ Tudor reads for inspiration. Sandeep Mahal is Director, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. All tickets £5

FRI 8, 9PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: JUST CHARLIE (15)

A gripping real-life story of a Mafia kidnapping in Italy is enthrallingly re-imagined as supernatural fantasy by the directors of the acclaimed Salvo. Giuseppe is the 13-year-old son of a Mafia hitman, turned informant. When he disappears, it is assumed he has been kidnapped by his father’s former bosses. Giuseppe’s girlfriend, the determined Luna, battles her mother (some kind of wicked witch) and the police authority’s sloth and corruption in her search for him. Cleverly plotting her relentless quest, while her imagination conjures up mysterious and magical visions of where Giuseppe might be, Sicilian Ghost Story contrasts these fantastical worlds with the grim reality of the boy’s cruel captivity. Adrian Wootton - LFF

SUN 17, 3PM

SUN 10, 1.30PM

FINDING SORAYA (CERT TBC) + Q&A

Dir: Rebekah Fortune UK 2017 99m

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (15) + PANEL

Starring: Harry Gilby, Patricia Potter

Dir: Nancy Buirski US 2017 91m

Charlie is a young football prodigy with a bright future ahead. But Charlie feels trapped in a body she doesn’t identify with, and when she comes out as female, a long and complicated journey of acceptance begins for Charlie herself, but also for those around her – her parents, her football team, and the wider local community.

In September 1944, a young African American woman named Recy Taylor was raped by six white men in Alabama. In spite of all the threats made against her and her loved ones, Recy Taylor bravely decided to speak up and press charges, launching a high-profile campaign led by Rosa Parks. Nancy Buirski’s powerful documentary recounts this turning point in the early Civil Rights Movement. Join us for a panel discussion after this screening.

An Afghan-born woman goes back to her native land after 20 years in London to find the spirit of the lost progressive ideas of Afghanistan’s last Queen, Soraya. She explores the challenging conditions facing the women of Afghanistan today. Join us for this rare screening of work by an important emerging director, followed by a discussion with the director, Najia Khaan, and Dr Anna Ball, researcher in refugee women’s representation at Nottingham Trent University.

“Essential viewing, not least for its emphasis on the crucial role of women in the Civil Rights Movement.” New Yorker

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Dir: Najia Khaan UK 2016 73m

Starring: Senta Berger, Eric Kabongo

A box-office smash-hit in Germany, Welcome to Germany is an irreverent comic take on what happens when a well-off Munich family offers boarding to a refugee. Diallo from Nigeria soon makes friends among the family members, but they are tested when they have to face racism, bureaucracy and terror suspicions because of him. Followed by a post-screening discussion about the realities of hosting refugee and asylum-seekers, with HOST Nottingham.

SUN 3, 12NOON

IF… (15) 107m Malcolm McDowell is insouciant Mick Travis – mischief-maker turned leader of a bloody student uprising, in a boarding school in late-60s Britain. BENEATH THE COBBLESTONES, THE BEACH

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

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FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

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Starring: Xavier Tchili

With English Subtitles Dir: Marcel Gisler Switzerland 2018 119m Starring: Max Hubacher, Aaron Altaras

Mario has fallen in love for the first time, with Leon, the new striker from Germany. They begin a passionate love affair but when rumours start spreading on their blooming romance in a still macho and narrow-minded industry, Mario finds himself having to decide whether to lose Leon, or jeopardise his career as a professional football player.

10% OFF ALL MEALS AT ANY TIME

Broadcast live, with exclusive interviews and programme insights. Tickets: £12.50 / £10 memb & conc

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PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters. GLYNDEBOURNE OPERA LIVE THU 21, 6.30PM

MADAMA BUTTERFLY (12A) 210m

Annilese Miskimmon’s production updates the action to the 1950s. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

GREEN DAYS BY THE RIVER (CERT TBC) + WINDRUSH PANEL

Dir: Andrew Kötting UK 2017 92m

Combining science fiction, fairytale and archive, this story of a lost boy carries reminiscences of Tarkovsky. Based on the play by Hattie Naylor, Lek leaves his parents for a life with dogs. An enfant sauvage, he grows into society with emotional connections and values at odds with the world, leading to conflict and confusion. Kötting’s account of this ultimate outsider uses an extended range of visual styles derived from avant garde and genre cinema, creating a visual meditation on what it means to be an alien. BFI We are pleased to welcome director Andrew Kötting for a post-screening Q&A.

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(CERT TBC) 120m

Dir: Michael Mooleedhar Trinidad and Tobago 2017 102m Starring: Vanessa Bartholomew, Dara Healy

In a remote village in 1952 Trinidad, a curious boy pursues the affection of two girls. Despite his father’s advice, Shell follows the compassionate Mr Gidharee to work on his plantation, in hopes of attracting his daughter Rosalie, but then falls for Joan, a sweet, sensible girl from the city. From the love triangle that ensues, Shell learns bittersweet lessons of life and love that will define his manhood and future forever. A panel discussion on the theme of Windrush will take place after the screening.

FRI 22

OCEAN’S 8 PARTY We’ll have a DJ playing top Divas’ tunes and a special offer on Prosecco tonight. Come out and play!

SUN 24, 5PM

LEK AND THE DOGS (15) + Q&A PREVIEW SCREENING: MARIO (CERT TBC)

SIR SIMON RATTLE’S FAREWELL CONCERT

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INSPIRING CREATIVITY We have plenty of opportunities to nurture your creativity. Come along, join us and get involved.

NEAR NOW FELLOWSHIP: OPEN CALL

ARTS AND TECH SUMMER SCHOOL

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: TUE 12 JUN, 12 NOON Our 12-month artistic and professional development programme helps pioneering artists to explore and realise bold ideas. You can find more information about the Near Now Fellowship at nearnow.org.uk

MON 6 - FRI 10 AUG, 9.30AM – 4PM EACH DAY A week of making, experimenting and learning for 13-16 year olds. nearnow.org.uk/summerschool

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY – PART ONE SAT 21 JUL, 10AM - 4.30PM Love digital photography? Want to leave auto mode behind? Our DSLR Photography workshop for beginners will help you to capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher | Ages 18+ | Level: Beginners

FILM COURSE GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m) Can cinema ever truly capture the experiences of childhood? And does film successfully reconnect adults to their forgotten inner child? We will explore these questions and others by looking at different aspects of childhood portrayed in a range of films including Night of the Hunter, Cinema Paradiso, and My Neighbour Totoro. Tutor: Sam Maxfield 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing NEW MON 4 JUN, 7PM-8.30PM COURSE Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY If you’re a budding filmmaker, then why not spend a week with us this summer making your own short film? To round off the week there’ll be a free private screening of your film at Broadway for your friends and family. Cost: £250 (includes lunches and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott- Fayle | Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

For further details about our workshops visit broadway.org.uk/groups/courses_workshops

JUST PRESENT YOUR CINEMA TICKET AT THE BAR.

TUE 12, 7.30PM

SAT 9, 7.30PM

BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER LIVE WED 20, 6.30PM

QUIZZES

Dir: Howard Hawks US 1932 95m

THE CASE OF CHARLES PEACE (PG)

Dirs: Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio Piazza Italy

Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, John Goodman

SCARFACE (15)

EVENT INCLUDES:

(CERT TBC)

Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 2009 112m

FRI 29, TIME TBC

This illustrated talk charts the evolution of a Sheffield-born Victorian master burglar and murderer. From how his crimes were reported in The Illustrated Police News to the growth of the legend in Penny Dreadfuls, popular theatre and early cinema, this is a fascinating blend of true crime and 19th-century history.

SUN 1 JUL, 8.15PM

With English Subtitles

Having always been fascinated by US cinema, Bertrand Tavernier crossed the Atlantic to pitch his camera in the heart of Louisiana and make a film adaptation of James Lee Burke’s dark detective novel. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening of his director's cut version.

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

AN IDEAL HUSBAND (12A) 180m

12

Dir: Simon Verhoeven Germany 2016 116m

SAT 30, 7.45PM

IN THE ELECTRIC MIST (15)

SCARFACE

Deal t e k c i T See 4 for the price of 3.

FRI 29, 6PM

WELCOME TO GERMANY (CERT TBC) + PANEL

OSCAR WILDE SEASON LIVE TUE 5, 7.15PM

FILM

Broadway and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature have joined forces to revive Nottingham’s International Crime, Mystery and Thriller Festival, Shots in the Dark, and the festival’s original founder, Adrian Wootton, is back to help curate this new edition. Over its nine previous years it became an event of truly national and international standing and Shots in the Dark 2018 captures the spirit of the original festival with four days of films, talks and special events.

TERMINAL

thriller film festival

FRI 22, 7PM

See the film of your choice at 12NOON on a Sunday afternoon. For more details see our website, call 0115 952 6611 or email Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

FOOD

Bertrand Tavernier’s epic My Journey Through French Cinema provided an essential tour through the films that shaped him as a cinephile and storyteller. In this unique event he turns his attention to the history of the French Crime film. It’s a personal and fascinating labour of love from one of the world’s leading experts, combining a wide-ranging survey with insights that only Tavernier could provide.

LEK AND THE DOGS

E DARK N THmystery Icrime, and

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

LIVE BY SATELLITE

JUNE 2018

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

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


JUNE 2018

07

JUNE 2018

08

JUNE 2018

09

10

11

MY MOVIE

SAT 30, 2PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER ON FRENCH CRIME CINEMA IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

SAT 30, 12.15PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER CAREER OVERVIEW & INAURGURAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

ON DANGEROUS GROUND (PG)

We are proud to welcome French director Bertrand Tavernier to receive the Inaugural Shots in the Dark Lifetime Achievement Award. At this event the director, who is known for work rich in political and social commentary, and classic Policiers and Film Noir adapted from legendary novelists such as Jim Thompson and James Lee Burke, will discuss his long and distinguished career as a critic, publicist, director and producer with Shots in the Dark Festival Founder and Film London CEO, Adrian Wootton. The talk will be illustrated with clips from some of Tavernier’s most distinctive work including L.627, Coup de Torchon, Fresh Bait and Death Watch.

THU 28,7.45PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: TERMINAL (15) Dir: Vaughn Stein UK 2018 90m Starring: Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg

At just 27, Margot Robbie has put together a formidably diverse filmography, from Oscar-nominated I, Tonya, to her star-making work in The Wolf of Wall Street. Now, she’s the protagonist of a neon-drenched movie about dystopic, futuristic urban underworlds. Vaughn Stein’s feature-length debut, follows Robbie as Annie, a mysterious and murderous player in an assassination plot. It’s hard to imagine a better fit for the stylized double-crossing of old-style noir than Robbie. Consequences of Sound

Dir: Nicholas Ray US 1951 82m Starring: Robert Ryan, Ida Lupino

This screening marks the centenary of pioneering filmmaker Ida Lupino, a trailblazer both sides of the camera. In this eloquent, brooding noir she plays a blind woman who opens the eyes of a brutal urban cop on a rural manhunt. Bernard Herrmann provides the score.

EVENT INCLUDES:

L.627 (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1992 146m Starring: Didier Bezace, Charlotte Kady

This gritty police drama shows us the underbelly of the Parisian drug trade. Lulu is a tough, streetwise narcotics cop who, like a Frank Serpico or a Dirty Harry Callahan, doesn’t play by the rules or kowtow to his weak and corrupt superiors. Lulu thrives in this violent world, where sheer guts can overcome his squad’s deficiencies of money and equipment. Despite the ruthless environment in which he lives and works every day, Lulu still manages somehow to maintain his humanity. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening.

EVENT INCLUDES:

With English Subtitles

SUN 1, 11AM

SUN 1, 2PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN (CERT TBC) + Q&A

COUP DE TORCHON (15)

Partly Subtitled

Starring: Philippe Noiret, Isabelle Huppert

MICHAEL EATON: CHARLIE PEACE – HIS AMAZING LIFE AND ASTOUNDING LEGEND

Dir: Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire UK 2017 116m

Bertrand Tavernier relocates Jim Thompson’s 1964 Texas-set pulp novel Pop. 1280 to a sunbaked, dirt-caked Senegalese village, where its burnout, publicly mocked police chief Lucien Cordier suddenly decides to start killing his enemies. Within the palpable racist climate of French West Africa, Tavernier blends the restrained absurdity of Camus’s The Stranger with the keyed-up violence of Taxi Driver into a damning critique of French Imperialism and bourgeois society. In addition to its macabre sense of humour, and the brilliant performances all around especially a young Isabelle Huppert as Cordier’s mistress - Tavernier’s use of the lingering Steadicam gives an effortless precision to Coup de torchon’s tense and awkward energy. www.filmlinc.org

With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1981 125m

Starring: Joe Cole, Vithaya Pansringarm

In Klong Prem, there are 10 rules. If you break them, you will almost certainly die. If you don’t break them, you will definitely die. This is the true story of Billy Moore - jailed in one of the world’s toughest prisons, Klong Prem, the notorious ‘Bangkok Hilton’. Refusing to die there, Billy becomes a student of the lethal art of Muay Thai Boxing and in the process finds a brotherhood that will help guide him on an incredible journey to redemption. We will be joined by producer Sol Papadopoulos and writer Nick Saltrese for a post-screening Q&A.

A beautiful new restoration of Howard Hawks’ fast, feisty, darkly funny gangster classic.

Dir: Norman Lee UK 1949 106m Starring: Michael Martin-Harvey, Chili Bouchier

Biopic of the notorious Victorian burglar. SUN 1, 5.30PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: SICILIAN GHOST STORY

2017 122m

SICILIAN GHOST STORY

L.627 IN THE ELECTRIC MIST

Starring: Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak

Broadcast live from the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SHOTS ON THE PAGE PRESENTS: CJ TUDOR IN CONVERSATION WITH SANDEEP MAHAL We are delighted to welcome debut novelist, CJ Tudor whose debut novel sparked a furious bidding war. The Chalk Man is a creepy, claustrophobic thriller about a group of children who get caught up in a dangerous game. CJ Tudor was born in Salisbury and grew up in Nottingham, where she still lives with her partner and young daughter. Her love of writing, especially the dark and macabre, started young. When her peers were reading Judy Blume, she was devouring Stephen King and James Herbert. Join us to hear CJ Tudor discuss her own novel, the incredible popularity of the psychological thriller, and the kind of novels CJ Tudor reads for inspiration. Sandeep Mahal is Director, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. All tickets £5

FRI 8, 9PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: JUST CHARLIE (15)

A gripping real-life story of a Mafia kidnapping in Italy is enthrallingly re-imagined as supernatural fantasy by the directors of the acclaimed Salvo. Giuseppe is the 13-year-old son of a Mafia hitman, turned informant. When he disappears, it is assumed he has been kidnapped by his father’s former bosses. Giuseppe’s girlfriend, the determined Luna, battles her mother (some kind of wicked witch) and the police authority’s sloth and corruption in her search for him. Cleverly plotting her relentless quest, while her imagination conjures up mysterious and magical visions of where Giuseppe might be, Sicilian Ghost Story contrasts these fantastical worlds with the grim reality of the boy’s cruel captivity. Adrian Wootton - LFF

SUN 17, 3PM

SUN 10, 1.30PM

FINDING SORAYA (CERT TBC) + Q&A

Dir: Rebekah Fortune UK 2017 99m

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (15) + PANEL

Starring: Harry Gilby, Patricia Potter

Dir: Nancy Buirski US 2017 91m

Charlie is a young football prodigy with a bright future ahead. But Charlie feels trapped in a body she doesn’t identify with, and when she comes out as female, a long and complicated journey of acceptance begins for Charlie herself, but also for those around her – her parents, her football team, and the wider local community.

In September 1944, a young African American woman named Recy Taylor was raped by six white men in Alabama. In spite of all the threats made against her and her loved ones, Recy Taylor bravely decided to speak up and press charges, launching a high-profile campaign led by Rosa Parks. Nancy Buirski’s powerful documentary recounts this turning point in the early Civil Rights Movement. Join us for a panel discussion after this screening.

An Afghan-born woman goes back to her native land after 20 years in London to find the spirit of the lost progressive ideas of Afghanistan’s last Queen, Soraya. She explores the challenging conditions facing the women of Afghanistan today. Join us for this rare screening of work by an important emerging director, followed by a discussion with the director, Najia Khaan, and Dr Anna Ball, researcher in refugee women’s representation at Nottingham Trent University.

“Essential viewing, not least for its emphasis on the crucial role of women in the Civil Rights Movement.” New Yorker

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Dir: Najia Khaan UK 2016 73m

Starring: Senta Berger, Eric Kabongo

A box-office smash-hit in Germany, Welcome to Germany is an irreverent comic take on what happens when a well-off Munich family offers boarding to a refugee. Diallo from Nigeria soon makes friends among the family members, but they are tested when they have to face racism, bureaucracy and terror suspicions because of him. Followed by a post-screening discussion about the realities of hosting refugee and asylum-seekers, with HOST Nottingham.

SUN 3, 12NOON

IF… (15) 107m Malcolm McDowell is insouciant Mick Travis – mischief-maker turned leader of a bloody student uprising, in a boarding school in late-60s Britain. BENEATH THE COBBLESTONES, THE BEACH

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

MEMBERS GET

20%OFF

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD!

Ask at box office for details. FREE

Starring: Xavier Tchili

With English Subtitles Dir: Marcel Gisler Switzerland 2018 119m Starring: Max Hubacher, Aaron Altaras

Mario has fallen in love for the first time, with Leon, the new striker from Germany. They begin a passionate love affair but when rumours start spreading on their blooming romance in a still macho and narrow-minded industry, Mario finds himself having to decide whether to lose Leon, or jeopardise his career as a professional football player.

10% OFF ALL MEALS AT ANY TIME

Broadcast live, with exclusive interviews and programme insights. Tickets: £12.50 / £10 memb & conc

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

TRY OUR NEW MENU

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters. GLYNDEBOURNE OPERA LIVE THU 21, 6.30PM

MADAMA BUTTERFLY (12A) 210m

Annilese Miskimmon’s production updates the action to the 1950s. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

GREEN DAYS BY THE RIVER (CERT TBC) + WINDRUSH PANEL

Dir: Andrew Kötting UK 2017 92m

Combining science fiction, fairytale and archive, this story of a lost boy carries reminiscences of Tarkovsky. Based on the play by Hattie Naylor, Lek leaves his parents for a life with dogs. An enfant sauvage, he grows into society with emotional connections and values at odds with the world, leading to conflict and confusion. Kötting’s account of this ultimate outsider uses an extended range of visual styles derived from avant garde and genre cinema, creating a visual meditation on what it means to be an alien. BFI We are pleased to welcome director Andrew Kötting for a post-screening Q&A.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

(CERT TBC) 120m

Dir: Michael Mooleedhar Trinidad and Tobago 2017 102m Starring: Vanessa Bartholomew, Dara Healy

In a remote village in 1952 Trinidad, a curious boy pursues the affection of two girls. Despite his father’s advice, Shell follows the compassionate Mr Gidharee to work on his plantation, in hopes of attracting his daughter Rosalie, but then falls for Joan, a sweet, sensible girl from the city. From the love triangle that ensues, Shell learns bittersweet lessons of life and love that will define his manhood and future forever. A panel discussion on the theme of Windrush will take place after the screening.

FRI 22

OCEAN’S 8 PARTY We’ll have a DJ playing top Divas’ tunes and a special offer on Prosecco tonight. Come out and play!

SUN 24, 5PM

LEK AND THE DOGS (15) + Q&A PREVIEW SCREENING: MARIO (CERT TBC)

SIR SIMON RATTLE’S FAREWELL CONCERT

OUR POPULAR FOOD AND FILM OFFER

INSPIRING CREATIVITY We have plenty of opportunities to nurture your creativity. Come along, join us and get involved.

NEAR NOW FELLOWSHIP: OPEN CALL

ARTS AND TECH SUMMER SCHOOL

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: TUE 12 JUN, 12 NOON Our 12-month artistic and professional development programme helps pioneering artists to explore and realise bold ideas. You can find more information about the Near Now Fellowship at nearnow.org.uk

MON 6 - FRI 10 AUG, 9.30AM – 4PM EACH DAY A week of making, experimenting and learning for 13-16 year olds. nearnow.org.uk/summerschool

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY – PART ONE SAT 21 JUL, 10AM - 4.30PM Love digital photography? Want to leave auto mode behind? Our DSLR Photography workshop for beginners will help you to capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher | Ages 18+ | Level: Beginners

FILM COURSE GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m) Can cinema ever truly capture the experiences of childhood? And does film successfully reconnect adults to their forgotten inner child? We will explore these questions and others by looking at different aspects of childhood portrayed in a range of films including Night of the Hunter, Cinema Paradiso, and My Neighbour Totoro. Tutor: Sam Maxfield 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing NEW MON 4 JUN, 7PM-8.30PM COURSE Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY If you’re a budding filmmaker, then why not spend a week with us this summer making your own short film? To round off the week there’ll be a free private screening of your film at Broadway for your friends and family. Cost: £250 (includes lunches and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott- Fayle | Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

For further details about our workshops visit broadway.org.uk/groups/courses_workshops

JUST PRESENT YOUR CINEMA TICKET AT THE BAR.

TUE 12, 7.30PM

SAT 9, 7.30PM

BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER LIVE WED 20, 6.30PM

QUIZZES

Dir: Howard Hawks US 1932 95m

THE CASE OF CHARLES PEACE (PG)

Dirs: Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio Piazza Italy

Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, John Goodman

SCARFACE (15)

EVENT INCLUDES:

(CERT TBC)

Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 2009 112m

FRI 29, TIME TBC

This illustrated talk charts the evolution of a Sheffield-born Victorian master burglar and murderer. From how his crimes were reported in The Illustrated Police News to the growth of the legend in Penny Dreadfuls, popular theatre and early cinema, this is a fascinating blend of true crime and 19th-century history.

SUN 1 JUL, 8.15PM

With English Subtitles

Having always been fascinated by US cinema, Bertrand Tavernier crossed the Atlantic to pitch his camera in the heart of Louisiana and make a film adaptation of James Lee Burke’s dark detective novel. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening of his director's cut version.

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

AN IDEAL HUSBAND (12A) 180m

12

Dir: Simon Verhoeven Germany 2016 116m

SAT 30, 7.45PM

IN THE ELECTRIC MIST (15)

SCARFACE

Deal t e k c i T See 4 for the price of 3.

FRI 29, 6PM

WELCOME TO GERMANY (CERT TBC) + PANEL

OSCAR WILDE SEASON LIVE TUE 5, 7.15PM

FILM

Broadway and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature have joined forces to revive Nottingham’s International Crime, Mystery and Thriller Festival, Shots in the Dark, and the festival’s original founder, Adrian Wootton, is back to help curate this new edition. Over its nine previous years it became an event of truly national and international standing and Shots in the Dark 2018 captures the spirit of the original festival with four days of films, talks and special events.

TERMINAL

thriller film festival

FRI 22, 7PM

See the film of your choice at 12NOON on a Sunday afternoon. For more details see our website, call 0115 952 6611 or email Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

FOOD

Bertrand Tavernier’s epic My Journey Through French Cinema provided an essential tour through the films that shaped him as a cinephile and storyteller. In this unique event he turns his attention to the history of the French Crime film. It’s a personal and fascinating labour of love from one of the world’s leading experts, combining a wide-ranging survey with insights that only Tavernier could provide.

LEK AND THE DOGS

E DARK N THmystery Icrime, and

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

LIVE BY SATELLITE

JUNE 2018

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

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


JUNE 2018

07

JUNE 2018

08

JUNE 2018

09

10

11

MY MOVIE

SAT 30, 2PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER ON FRENCH CRIME CINEMA IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

SAT 30, 12.15PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER CAREER OVERVIEW & INAURGURAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

ON DANGEROUS GROUND (PG)

We are proud to welcome French director Bertrand Tavernier to receive the Inaugural Shots in the Dark Lifetime Achievement Award. At this event the director, who is known for work rich in political and social commentary, and classic Policiers and Film Noir adapted from legendary novelists such as Jim Thompson and James Lee Burke, will discuss his long and distinguished career as a critic, publicist, director and producer with Shots in the Dark Festival Founder and Film London CEO, Adrian Wootton. The talk will be illustrated with clips from some of Tavernier’s most distinctive work including L.627, Coup de Torchon, Fresh Bait and Death Watch.

THU 28,7.45PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: TERMINAL (15) Dir: Vaughn Stein UK 2018 90m Starring: Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg

At just 27, Margot Robbie has put together a formidably diverse filmography, from Oscar-nominated I, Tonya, to her star-making work in The Wolf of Wall Street. Now, she’s the protagonist of a neon-drenched movie about dystopic, futuristic urban underworlds. Vaughn Stein’s feature-length debut, follows Robbie as Annie, a mysterious and murderous player in an assassination plot. It’s hard to imagine a better fit for the stylized double-crossing of old-style noir than Robbie. Consequences of Sound

Dir: Nicholas Ray US 1951 82m Starring: Robert Ryan, Ida Lupino

This screening marks the centenary of pioneering filmmaker Ida Lupino, a trailblazer both sides of the camera. In this eloquent, brooding noir she plays a blind woman who opens the eyes of a brutal urban cop on a rural manhunt. Bernard Herrmann provides the score.

EVENT INCLUDES:

L.627 (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1992 146m Starring: Didier Bezace, Charlotte Kady

This gritty police drama shows us the underbelly of the Parisian drug trade. Lulu is a tough, streetwise narcotics cop who, like a Frank Serpico or a Dirty Harry Callahan, doesn’t play by the rules or kowtow to his weak and corrupt superiors. Lulu thrives in this violent world, where sheer guts can overcome his squad’s deficiencies of money and equipment. Despite the ruthless environment in which he lives and works every day, Lulu still manages somehow to maintain his humanity. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening.

EVENT INCLUDES:

With English Subtitles

SUN 1, 11AM

SUN 1, 2PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN (CERT TBC) + Q&A

COUP DE TORCHON (15)

Partly Subtitled

Starring: Philippe Noiret, Isabelle Huppert

MICHAEL EATON: CHARLIE PEACE – HIS AMAZING LIFE AND ASTOUNDING LEGEND

Dir: Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire UK 2017 116m

Bertrand Tavernier relocates Jim Thompson’s 1964 Texas-set pulp novel Pop. 1280 to a sunbaked, dirt-caked Senegalese village, where its burnout, publicly mocked police chief Lucien Cordier suddenly decides to start killing his enemies. Within the palpable racist climate of French West Africa, Tavernier blends the restrained absurdity of Camus’s The Stranger with the keyed-up violence of Taxi Driver into a damning critique of French Imperialism and bourgeois society. In addition to its macabre sense of humour, and the brilliant performances all around especially a young Isabelle Huppert as Cordier’s mistress - Tavernier’s use of the lingering Steadicam gives an effortless precision to Coup de torchon’s tense and awkward energy. www.filmlinc.org

With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1981 125m

Starring: Joe Cole, Vithaya Pansringarm

In Klong Prem, there are 10 rules. If you break them, you will almost certainly die. If you don’t break them, you will definitely die. This is the true story of Billy Moore - jailed in one of the world’s toughest prisons, Klong Prem, the notorious ‘Bangkok Hilton’. Refusing to die there, Billy becomes a student of the lethal art of Muay Thai Boxing and in the process finds a brotherhood that will help guide him on an incredible journey to redemption. We will be joined by producer Sol Papadopoulos and writer Nick Saltrese for a post-screening Q&A.

A beautiful new restoration of Howard Hawks’ fast, feisty, darkly funny gangster classic.

Dir: Norman Lee UK 1949 106m Starring: Michael Martin-Harvey, Chili Bouchier

Biopic of the notorious Victorian burglar. SUN 1, 5.30PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: SICILIAN GHOST STORY

2017 122m

SICILIAN GHOST STORY

L.627 IN THE ELECTRIC MIST

Starring: Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak

Broadcast live from the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SHOTS ON THE PAGE PRESENTS: CJ TUDOR IN CONVERSATION WITH SANDEEP MAHAL We are delighted to welcome debut novelist, CJ Tudor whose debut novel sparked a furious bidding war. The Chalk Man is a creepy, claustrophobic thriller about a group of children who get caught up in a dangerous game. CJ Tudor was born in Salisbury and grew up in Nottingham, where she still lives with her partner and young daughter. Her love of writing, especially the dark and macabre, started young. When her peers were reading Judy Blume, she was devouring Stephen King and James Herbert. Join us to hear CJ Tudor discuss her own novel, the incredible popularity of the psychological thriller, and the kind of novels CJ Tudor reads for inspiration. Sandeep Mahal is Director, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. All tickets £5

FRI 8, 9PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: JUST CHARLIE (15)

A gripping real-life story of a Mafia kidnapping in Italy is enthrallingly re-imagined as supernatural fantasy by the directors of the acclaimed Salvo. Giuseppe is the 13-year-old son of a Mafia hitman, turned informant. When he disappears, it is assumed he has been kidnapped by his father’s former bosses. Giuseppe’s girlfriend, the determined Luna, battles her mother (some kind of wicked witch) and the police authority’s sloth and corruption in her search for him. Cleverly plotting her relentless quest, while her imagination conjures up mysterious and magical visions of where Giuseppe might be, Sicilian Ghost Story contrasts these fantastical worlds with the grim reality of the boy’s cruel captivity. Adrian Wootton - LFF

SUN 17, 3PM

SUN 10, 1.30PM

FINDING SORAYA (CERT TBC) + Q&A

Dir: Rebekah Fortune UK 2017 99m

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (15) + PANEL

Starring: Harry Gilby, Patricia Potter

Dir: Nancy Buirski US 2017 91m

Charlie is a young football prodigy with a bright future ahead. But Charlie feels trapped in a body she doesn’t identify with, and when she comes out as female, a long and complicated journey of acceptance begins for Charlie herself, but also for those around her – her parents, her football team, and the wider local community.

In September 1944, a young African American woman named Recy Taylor was raped by six white men in Alabama. In spite of all the threats made against her and her loved ones, Recy Taylor bravely decided to speak up and press charges, launching a high-profile campaign led by Rosa Parks. Nancy Buirski’s powerful documentary recounts this turning point in the early Civil Rights Movement. Join us for a panel discussion after this screening.

An Afghan-born woman goes back to her native land after 20 years in London to find the spirit of the lost progressive ideas of Afghanistan’s last Queen, Soraya. She explores the challenging conditions facing the women of Afghanistan today. Join us for this rare screening of work by an important emerging director, followed by a discussion with the director, Najia Khaan, and Dr Anna Ball, researcher in refugee women’s representation at Nottingham Trent University.

“Essential viewing, not least for its emphasis on the crucial role of women in the Civil Rights Movement.” New Yorker

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Dir: Najia Khaan UK 2016 73m

Starring: Senta Berger, Eric Kabongo

A box-office smash-hit in Germany, Welcome to Germany is an irreverent comic take on what happens when a well-off Munich family offers boarding to a refugee. Diallo from Nigeria soon makes friends among the family members, but they are tested when they have to face racism, bureaucracy and terror suspicions because of him. Followed by a post-screening discussion about the realities of hosting refugee and asylum-seekers, with HOST Nottingham.

SUN 3, 12NOON

IF… (15) 107m Malcolm McDowell is insouciant Mick Travis – mischief-maker turned leader of a bloody student uprising, in a boarding school in late-60s Britain. BENEATH THE COBBLESTONES, THE BEACH

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With English Subtitles Dir: Marcel Gisler Switzerland 2018 119m Starring: Max Hubacher, Aaron Altaras

Mario has fallen in love for the first time, with Leon, the new striker from Germany. They begin a passionate love affair but when rumours start spreading on their blooming romance in a still macho and narrow-minded industry, Mario finds himself having to decide whether to lose Leon, or jeopardise his career as a professional football player.

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Broadcast live, with exclusive interviews and programme insights. Tickets: £12.50 / £10 memb & conc

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

TRY OUR NEW MENU

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters. GLYNDEBOURNE OPERA LIVE THU 21, 6.30PM

MADAMA BUTTERFLY (12A) 210m

Annilese Miskimmon’s production updates the action to the 1950s. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

GREEN DAYS BY THE RIVER (CERT TBC) + WINDRUSH PANEL

Dir: Andrew Kötting UK 2017 92m

Combining science fiction, fairytale and archive, this story of a lost boy carries reminiscences of Tarkovsky. Based on the play by Hattie Naylor, Lek leaves his parents for a life with dogs. An enfant sauvage, he grows into society with emotional connections and values at odds with the world, leading to conflict and confusion. Kötting’s account of this ultimate outsider uses an extended range of visual styles derived from avant garde and genre cinema, creating a visual meditation on what it means to be an alien. BFI We are pleased to welcome director Andrew Kötting for a post-screening Q&A.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

(CERT TBC) 120m

Dir: Michael Mooleedhar Trinidad and Tobago 2017 102m Starring: Vanessa Bartholomew, Dara Healy

In a remote village in 1952 Trinidad, a curious boy pursues the affection of two girls. Despite his father’s advice, Shell follows the compassionate Mr Gidharee to work on his plantation, in hopes of attracting his daughter Rosalie, but then falls for Joan, a sweet, sensible girl from the city. From the love triangle that ensues, Shell learns bittersweet lessons of life and love that will define his manhood and future forever. A panel discussion on the theme of Windrush will take place after the screening.

FRI 22

OCEAN’S 8 PARTY We’ll have a DJ playing top Divas’ tunes and a special offer on Prosecco tonight. Come out and play!

SUN 24, 5PM

LEK AND THE DOGS (15) + Q&A PREVIEW SCREENING: MARIO (CERT TBC)

SIR SIMON RATTLE’S FAREWELL CONCERT

OUR POPULAR FOOD AND FILM OFFER

INSPIRING CREATIVITY We have plenty of opportunities to nurture your creativity. Come along, join us and get involved.

NEAR NOW FELLOWSHIP: OPEN CALL

ARTS AND TECH SUMMER SCHOOL

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: TUE 12 JUN, 12 NOON Our 12-month artistic and professional development programme helps pioneering artists to explore and realise bold ideas. You can find more information about the Near Now Fellowship at nearnow.org.uk

MON 6 - FRI 10 AUG, 9.30AM – 4PM EACH DAY A week of making, experimenting and learning for 13-16 year olds. nearnow.org.uk/summerschool

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY – PART ONE SAT 21 JUL, 10AM - 4.30PM Love digital photography? Want to leave auto mode behind? Our DSLR Photography workshop for beginners will help you to capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher | Ages 18+ | Level: Beginners

FILM COURSE GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m) Can cinema ever truly capture the experiences of childhood? And does film successfully reconnect adults to their forgotten inner child? We will explore these questions and others by looking at different aspects of childhood portrayed in a range of films including Night of the Hunter, Cinema Paradiso, and My Neighbour Totoro. Tutor: Sam Maxfield 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing NEW MON 4 JUN, 7PM-8.30PM COURSE Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY If you’re a budding filmmaker, then why not spend a week with us this summer making your own short film? To round off the week there’ll be a free private screening of your film at Broadway for your friends and family. Cost: £250 (includes lunches and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott- Fayle | Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

For further details about our workshops visit broadway.org.uk/groups/courses_workshops

JUST PRESENT YOUR CINEMA TICKET AT THE BAR.

TUE 12, 7.30PM

SAT 9, 7.30PM

BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER LIVE WED 20, 6.30PM

QUIZZES

Dir: Howard Hawks US 1932 95m

THE CASE OF CHARLES PEACE (PG)

Dirs: Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio Piazza Italy

Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, John Goodman

SCARFACE (15)

EVENT INCLUDES:

(CERT TBC)

Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 2009 112m

FRI 29, TIME TBC

This illustrated talk charts the evolution of a Sheffield-born Victorian master burglar and murderer. From how his crimes were reported in The Illustrated Police News to the growth of the legend in Penny Dreadfuls, popular theatre and early cinema, this is a fascinating blend of true crime and 19th-century history.

SUN 1 JUL, 8.15PM

With English Subtitles

Having always been fascinated by US cinema, Bertrand Tavernier crossed the Atlantic to pitch his camera in the heart of Louisiana and make a film adaptation of James Lee Burke’s dark detective novel. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening of his director's cut version.

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

AN IDEAL HUSBAND (12A) 180m

12

Dir: Simon Verhoeven Germany 2016 116m

SAT 30, 7.45PM

IN THE ELECTRIC MIST (15)

SCARFACE

Deal t e k c i T See 4 for the price of 3.

FRI 29, 6PM

WELCOME TO GERMANY (CERT TBC) + PANEL

OSCAR WILDE SEASON LIVE TUE 5, 7.15PM

FILM

Broadway and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature have joined forces to revive Nottingham’s International Crime, Mystery and Thriller Festival, Shots in the Dark, and the festival’s original founder, Adrian Wootton, is back to help curate this new edition. Over its nine previous years it became an event of truly national and international standing and Shots in the Dark 2018 captures the spirit of the original festival with four days of films, talks and special events.

TERMINAL

thriller film festival

FRI 22, 7PM

See the film of your choice at 12NOON on a Sunday afternoon. For more details see our website, call 0115 952 6611 or email Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

FOOD

Bertrand Tavernier’s epic My Journey Through French Cinema provided an essential tour through the films that shaped him as a cinephile and storyteller. In this unique event he turns his attention to the history of the French Crime film. It’s a personal and fascinating labour of love from one of the world’s leading experts, combining a wide-ranging survey with insights that only Tavernier could provide.

LEK AND THE DOGS

E DARK N THmystery Icrime, and

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

LIVE BY SATELLITE

JUNE 2018

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

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


JUNE 2018

07

JUNE 2018

08

JUNE 2018

09

10

11

MY MOVIE

SAT 30, 2PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER ON FRENCH CRIME CINEMA IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

SAT 30, 12.15PM

BERTRAND TAVERNIER CAREER OVERVIEW & INAURGURAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN CONVERSATION WITH ADRIAN WOOTTON

ON DANGEROUS GROUND (PG)

We are proud to welcome French director Bertrand Tavernier to receive the Inaugural Shots in the Dark Lifetime Achievement Award. At this event the director, who is known for work rich in political and social commentary, and classic Policiers and Film Noir adapted from legendary novelists such as Jim Thompson and James Lee Burke, will discuss his long and distinguished career as a critic, publicist, director and producer with Shots in the Dark Festival Founder and Film London CEO, Adrian Wootton. The talk will be illustrated with clips from some of Tavernier’s most distinctive work including L.627, Coup de Torchon, Fresh Bait and Death Watch.

THU 28,7.45PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: TERMINAL (15) Dir: Vaughn Stein UK 2018 90m Starring: Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg

At just 27, Margot Robbie has put together a formidably diverse filmography, from Oscar-nominated I, Tonya, to her star-making work in The Wolf of Wall Street. Now, she’s the protagonist of a neon-drenched movie about dystopic, futuristic urban underworlds. Vaughn Stein’s feature-length debut, follows Robbie as Annie, a mysterious and murderous player in an assassination plot. It’s hard to imagine a better fit for the stylized double-crossing of old-style noir than Robbie. Consequences of Sound

Dir: Nicholas Ray US 1951 82m Starring: Robert Ryan, Ida Lupino

This screening marks the centenary of pioneering filmmaker Ida Lupino, a trailblazer both sides of the camera. In this eloquent, brooding noir she plays a blind woman who opens the eyes of a brutal urban cop on a rural manhunt. Bernard Herrmann provides the score.

EVENT INCLUDES:

L.627 (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1992 146m Starring: Didier Bezace, Charlotte Kady

This gritty police drama shows us the underbelly of the Parisian drug trade. Lulu is a tough, streetwise narcotics cop who, like a Frank Serpico or a Dirty Harry Callahan, doesn’t play by the rules or kowtow to his weak and corrupt superiors. Lulu thrives in this violent world, where sheer guts can overcome his squad’s deficiencies of money and equipment. Despite the ruthless environment in which he lives and works every day, Lulu still manages somehow to maintain his humanity. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening.

EVENT INCLUDES:

With English Subtitles

SUN 1, 11AM

SUN 1, 2PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN (CERT TBC) + Q&A

COUP DE TORCHON (15)

Partly Subtitled

Starring: Philippe Noiret, Isabelle Huppert

MICHAEL EATON: CHARLIE PEACE – HIS AMAZING LIFE AND ASTOUNDING LEGEND

Dir: Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire UK 2017 116m

Bertrand Tavernier relocates Jim Thompson’s 1964 Texas-set pulp novel Pop. 1280 to a sunbaked, dirt-caked Senegalese village, where its burnout, publicly mocked police chief Lucien Cordier suddenly decides to start killing his enemies. Within the palpable racist climate of French West Africa, Tavernier blends the restrained absurdity of Camus’s The Stranger with the keyed-up violence of Taxi Driver into a damning critique of French Imperialism and bourgeois society. In addition to its macabre sense of humour, and the brilliant performances all around especially a young Isabelle Huppert as Cordier’s mistress - Tavernier’s use of the lingering Steadicam gives an effortless precision to Coup de torchon’s tense and awkward energy. www.filmlinc.org

With English Subtitles Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1981 125m

Starring: Joe Cole, Vithaya Pansringarm

In Klong Prem, there are 10 rules. If you break them, you will almost certainly die. If you don’t break them, you will definitely die. This is the true story of Billy Moore - jailed in one of the world’s toughest prisons, Klong Prem, the notorious ‘Bangkok Hilton’. Refusing to die there, Billy becomes a student of the lethal art of Muay Thai Boxing and in the process finds a brotherhood that will help guide him on an incredible journey to redemption. We will be joined by producer Sol Papadopoulos and writer Nick Saltrese for a post-screening Q&A.

A beautiful new restoration of Howard Hawks’ fast, feisty, darkly funny gangster classic.

Dir: Norman Lee UK 1949 106m Starring: Michael Martin-Harvey, Chili Bouchier

Biopic of the notorious Victorian burglar. SUN 1, 5.30PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: SICILIAN GHOST STORY

2017 122m

SICILIAN GHOST STORY

L.627 IN THE ELECTRIC MIST

Starring: Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak

Broadcast live from the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SHOTS ON THE PAGE PRESENTS: CJ TUDOR IN CONVERSATION WITH SANDEEP MAHAL We are delighted to welcome debut novelist, CJ Tudor whose debut novel sparked a furious bidding war. The Chalk Man is a creepy, claustrophobic thriller about a group of children who get caught up in a dangerous game. CJ Tudor was born in Salisbury and grew up in Nottingham, where she still lives with her partner and young daughter. Her love of writing, especially the dark and macabre, started young. When her peers were reading Judy Blume, she was devouring Stephen King and James Herbert. Join us to hear CJ Tudor discuss her own novel, the incredible popularity of the psychological thriller, and the kind of novels CJ Tudor reads for inspiration. Sandeep Mahal is Director, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. All tickets £5

FRI 8, 9PM

PREVIEW SCREENING: JUST CHARLIE (15)

A gripping real-life story of a Mafia kidnapping in Italy is enthrallingly re-imagined as supernatural fantasy by the directors of the acclaimed Salvo. Giuseppe is the 13-year-old son of a Mafia hitman, turned informant. When he disappears, it is assumed he has been kidnapped by his father’s former bosses. Giuseppe’s girlfriend, the determined Luna, battles her mother (some kind of wicked witch) and the police authority’s sloth and corruption in her search for him. Cleverly plotting her relentless quest, while her imagination conjures up mysterious and magical visions of where Giuseppe might be, Sicilian Ghost Story contrasts these fantastical worlds with the grim reality of the boy’s cruel captivity. Adrian Wootton - LFF

SUN 17, 3PM

SUN 10, 1.30PM

FINDING SORAYA (CERT TBC) + Q&A

Dir: Rebekah Fortune UK 2017 99m

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (15) + PANEL

Starring: Harry Gilby, Patricia Potter

Dir: Nancy Buirski US 2017 91m

Charlie is a young football prodigy with a bright future ahead. But Charlie feels trapped in a body she doesn’t identify with, and when she comes out as female, a long and complicated journey of acceptance begins for Charlie herself, but also for those around her – her parents, her football team, and the wider local community.

In September 1944, a young African American woman named Recy Taylor was raped by six white men in Alabama. In spite of all the threats made against her and her loved ones, Recy Taylor bravely decided to speak up and press charges, launching a high-profile campaign led by Rosa Parks. Nancy Buirski’s powerful documentary recounts this turning point in the early Civil Rights Movement. Join us for a panel discussion after this screening.

An Afghan-born woman goes back to her native land after 20 years in London to find the spirit of the lost progressive ideas of Afghanistan’s last Queen, Soraya. She explores the challenging conditions facing the women of Afghanistan today. Join us for this rare screening of work by an important emerging director, followed by a discussion with the director, Najia Khaan, and Dr Anna Ball, researcher in refugee women’s representation at Nottingham Trent University.

“Essential viewing, not least for its emphasis on the crucial role of women in the Civil Rights Movement.” New Yorker

PRESENTED AS PART OF NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE WEEK

Dir: Najia Khaan UK 2016 73m

Starring: Senta Berger, Eric Kabongo

A box-office smash-hit in Germany, Welcome to Germany is an irreverent comic take on what happens when a well-off Munich family offers boarding to a refugee. Diallo from Nigeria soon makes friends among the family members, but they are tested when they have to face racism, bureaucracy and terror suspicions because of him. Followed by a post-screening discussion about the realities of hosting refugee and asylum-seekers, with HOST Nottingham.

SUN 3, 12NOON

IF… (15) 107m Malcolm McDowell is insouciant Mick Travis – mischief-maker turned leader of a bloody student uprising, in a boarding school in late-60s Britain. BENEATH THE COBBLESTONES, THE BEACH

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Starring: Xavier Tchili

With English Subtitles Dir: Marcel Gisler Switzerland 2018 119m Starring: Max Hubacher, Aaron Altaras

Mario has fallen in love for the first time, with Leon, the new striker from Germany. They begin a passionate love affair but when rumours start spreading on their blooming romance in a still macho and narrow-minded industry, Mario finds himself having to decide whether to lose Leon, or jeopardise his career as a professional football player.

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MADAMA BUTTERFLY (12A) 210m

Annilese Miskimmon’s production updates the action to the 1950s. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

GREEN DAYS BY THE RIVER (CERT TBC) + WINDRUSH PANEL

Dir: Andrew Kötting UK 2017 92m

Combining science fiction, fairytale and archive, this story of a lost boy carries reminiscences of Tarkovsky. Based on the play by Hattie Naylor, Lek leaves his parents for a life with dogs. An enfant sauvage, he grows into society with emotional connections and values at odds with the world, leading to conflict and confusion. Kötting’s account of this ultimate outsider uses an extended range of visual styles derived from avant garde and genre cinema, creating a visual meditation on what it means to be an alien. BFI We are pleased to welcome director Andrew Kötting for a post-screening Q&A.

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(CERT TBC) 120m

Dir: Michael Mooleedhar Trinidad and Tobago 2017 102m Starring: Vanessa Bartholomew, Dara Healy

In a remote village in 1952 Trinidad, a curious boy pursues the affection of two girls. Despite his father’s advice, Shell follows the compassionate Mr Gidharee to work on his plantation, in hopes of attracting his daughter Rosalie, but then falls for Joan, a sweet, sensible girl from the city. From the love triangle that ensues, Shell learns bittersweet lessons of life and love that will define his manhood and future forever. A panel discussion on the theme of Windrush will take place after the screening.

FRI 22

OCEAN’S 8 PARTY We’ll have a DJ playing top Divas’ tunes and a special offer on Prosecco tonight. Come out and play!

SUN 24, 5PM

LEK AND THE DOGS (15) + Q&A PREVIEW SCREENING: MARIO (CERT TBC)

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NEAR NOW FELLOWSHIP: OPEN CALL

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DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: TUE 12 JUN, 12 NOON Our 12-month artistic and professional development programme helps pioneering artists to explore and realise bold ideas. You can find more information about the Near Now Fellowship at nearnow.org.uk

MON 6 - FRI 10 AUG, 9.30AM – 4PM EACH DAY A week of making, experimenting and learning for 13-16 year olds. nearnow.org.uk/summerschool

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY – PART ONE SAT 21 JUL, 10AM - 4.30PM Love digital photography? Want to leave auto mode behind? Our DSLR Photography workshop for beginners will help you to capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher | Ages 18+ | Level: Beginners

FILM COURSE GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m) Can cinema ever truly capture the experiences of childhood? And does film successfully reconnect adults to their forgotten inner child? We will explore these questions and others by looking at different aspects of childhood portrayed in a range of films including Night of the Hunter, Cinema Paradiso, and My Neighbour Totoro. Tutor: Sam Maxfield 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing NEW MON 4 JUN, 7PM-8.30PM COURSE Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

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Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY If you’re a budding filmmaker, then why not spend a week with us this summer making your own short film? To round off the week there’ll be a free private screening of your film at Broadway for your friends and family. Cost: £250 (includes lunches and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott- Fayle | Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

For further details about our workshops visit broadway.org.uk/groups/courses_workshops

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TUE 12, 7.30PM

SAT 9, 7.30PM

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Dir: Howard Hawks US 1932 95m

THE CASE OF CHARLES PEACE (PG)

Dirs: Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio Piazza Italy

Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, John Goodman

SCARFACE (15)

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Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 2009 112m

FRI 29, TIME TBC

This illustrated talk charts the evolution of a Sheffield-born Victorian master burglar and murderer. From how his crimes were reported in The Illustrated Police News to the growth of the legend in Penny Dreadfuls, popular theatre and early cinema, this is a fascinating blend of true crime and 19th-century history.

SUN 1 JUL, 8.15PM

With English Subtitles

Having always been fascinated by US cinema, Bertrand Tavernier crossed the Atlantic to pitch his camera in the heart of Louisiana and make a film adaptation of James Lee Burke’s dark detective novel. Director Bertrand Tavernier will introduce this screening of his director's cut version.

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AN IDEAL HUSBAND (12A) 180m

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Dir: Simon Verhoeven Germany 2016 116m

SAT 30, 7.45PM

IN THE ELECTRIC MIST (15)

SCARFACE

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FRI 29, 6PM

WELCOME TO GERMANY (CERT TBC) + PANEL

OSCAR WILDE SEASON LIVE TUE 5, 7.15PM

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Broadway and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature have joined forces to revive Nottingham’s International Crime, Mystery and Thriller Festival, Shots in the Dark, and the festival’s original founder, Adrian Wootton, is back to help curate this new edition. Over its nine previous years it became an event of truly national and international standing and Shots in the Dark 2018 captures the spirit of the original festival with four days of films, talks and special events.

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FRI 22, 7PM

See the film of your choice at 12NOON on a Sunday afternoon. For more details see our website, call 0115 952 6611 or email Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

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Bertrand Tavernier’s epic My Journey Through French Cinema provided an essential tour through the films that shaped him as a cinephile and storyteller. In this unique event he turns his attention to the history of the French Crime film. It’s a personal and fascinating labour of love from one of the world’s leading experts, combining a wide-ranging survey with insights that only Tavernier could provide.

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