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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

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

FAMOUS FIVE: FIVE HAVE A MYSTERY TO SOLVE (U) 93m

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2013 Fri 1

Sat 2

SAT 2, 1.45PM THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

Dir: Andy Capper United States 2012 98m

Dir: Danny Boyle United Kingdom 2013 101m

With English Subtitles

This intimate documentary follows hip hop legend Snoop Dogg as he undergoes a spiritual odyssey/career reinvention in Jamaica and emerges as the rechristened “Snoop Lion.”

Starring: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson

Dir: Francois Ozon France 2012 RT TBC

Lord Sir Danny of Boyle, as we must call him following his Olympics triumph, is returning to his core job of making films with Trance, a psychological thriller about a fine art auctioneer, mixed up with a criminal gang, who join forces with a hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. Boyle reunites with screenwriter John Hodges and frequent musical collaborators Underworld, who composed the score. Can it match up to his Olympics opening ceremony, or his much-lauded theatrical production of Frankenstein? In Boyle we trust.

Starring: Kristin Scott Thomas, Fabrice Luchini

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

STOKER (18)

SIDE EFFECTS (15)

ROBOT & FRANK (12A)

BEYOND THE HILLS (12A)

ARBITRAGE (15)

THE SESSIONS (15)

REINCARNATED (15)

Dir: Chanwook Park United States 2013 98m

Dir: Steven Soderbergh United States 2012

Dir: Jake Schreier United States 2012 89m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Nicholas Jarecki United States 2012

Dir: Ben Lewin United States 2012 93m

Starring: Matthew Goode, Nicole Kidman,

106m

Starring: Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon

Dir: Cristian Mungiu Romania 2012 152m

107m

Starring: Helen Hunt, John Hawkes

Mia Wasikowska

Starring: Jude Law, Channing Tatum,

Starring: Cristina Flutur, Cosmina Stratan

Starring: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon

Stoker is an unmissable work from Park Chan-wook, the cult director of Oldboy and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance. There are echoes of Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt in the story of India Stoker, a young woman devastated by the death of her father. Then Uncle Charlie arrives to spend quality time with India and her fragile mother Evie. India’s instincts tell her that the mysterious Charlie should not be taken at face value and yet she becomes increasingly infatuated with him in a twisted thriller that is not for the fainthearted. Glasgow Film Festival

In the tradition of Hitchcock, Side Effects is a psychological thriller/whodunnit, starring Rooney Mara as a woman whose dependence on a new medication for anxiety prescribed by her psychiatrist (Jude Law) unravels the life she shares with her husband (Channing Tatum). Soon a chain of events are set in motion that lead to murder and paranoia, with more than one unexpected twist along the way. The film also stars Catherine ZetaJones.

Set in the near future, Frank, a retired cat burglar, has two grown kids who are concerned he can no longer live alone. Against the old man’s wishes, Frank’s son buys him a walking, talking robot, programmed to improve his physical and mental health. What follows is an often hilarious and somewhat heart-breaking story. Doha Film Institute

Palme d’Or winner Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days) returns with this magisterial drama about a young Romanian woman who sets out to retrieve her childhood friend from her “captivity” in a remote Romanian monastery, and soon comes into violent conflict with the archaic strictures of this traditional community.

A guilty-pleasure thriller for these tough economic times. Richard Gere stars as Robert Miller, a billionaire hedge-fund magnate who juggles fraud, an affair, and the aftermath of a deadly accident. Writer and documentarian Nicholas Jarecki shows great command of tone in his directing debut.

Confined to an iron lung, Mark seeks to lose his virginity and employs a sex surrogate to help him do this. A poignant story that transforms a potentially confronting subject into a warm, compelling film. LFF

Rooney Mara

CONTINUING INTO MARCH CLOUD ATLAS (15) 172m SONG FOR MARION (PG) 93m LORE (15) 109m TO THE WONDER (12A) 113m

BABELDOM (15)

Dir: Lisa Barros United Kingdom 2013 103m Starring: Richard Dormer, Dylan Moran

Good Vibrations charts the life story of Terri Hooley, the DJ and record store owner who was instrumental in bringing the punk movement to Belfast and The Undertones to the world. The music is iconic, the story inspirational and the man unique. QFT

With English Subtitles

Dir: Paul Bush United Kingdom 2012 80m

In his debut feature film, award-winning British experimental animator and filmmaker Paul Bush presents an elegy to urban life. Against the backdrop of a city of the future, a portrait is assembled from film shot all around the world and collected from the most recent research in science, technology and architecture.

Rory Kinnear

The debut feature from award-winning theatre director Rufus Norris, Broken is a powerful drama featuring an outstanding ensemble cast. LFF

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15)

FROM FRI 22

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) IN THE LOUNGE

MON 11, 6.15PM SCREEN 4 INTRODUCTION & Q&A We are pleased to welcome Director Paul Bush who will be participating in a post-screening Q&A.

IN THE LOUNGE

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8 FROM FRI 15

Dir: Carlos Reygadas Mexico 2012 115m Starring: Nathalia Acevedo,

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45 (U)

Adolfo Jimenez Castro

Maverick director Carlos Reygadas (Japón, Silent Light) has created one of the most challenging and indelible films of the year. Post Tenebras Lux (‘After Darkness, Light’) is a disorienting, kaleidoscopic and stunningly-filmed vision of a family torn between tenderness and violence that won the filmmaker Best Director at Cannes.

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2013 98m

1945 was a pivotal year in British history. The unity that carried Britain through the war allied to the bitter memories of the inter-war years led to a vision of a better society. Director Ken Loach has used film from Britain’s regional and national archives, alongside sound recordings and contemporary interviews to create a rich political and social narrative. The Spirit of ‘45 hopes to illuminate and celebrate a period of unprecedented community spirit in the UK, the impact of which endured for many years and which may yet be rediscovered today.

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See Feb brochure or web for details.

91m

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

SAT 9, 2.15PM This enchanting animated comedy that explains why beasties haunt the sleep of children returns in 3D.

BALLYMUN LULLABY (12A) Dir: Frank Berry Ireland 2011 72m

FROM FRI 29 FROM FRI 29

SAT 16, 2.30PM A musical documentary that follows music teacher on his journey to create a collection of music that gives a voice to the young people of working-class Ballymun in Dublin. Your heart will be thoroughly warmed and inspired!

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D)

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U)

Dir: Sam Raimi United States 2013 RT TBC

Dir: Andrew Stanton United States 2013 104m

Starring: Rachel Weisz, James Franco

Pixar’s Academy Award®-winning, beloved modern classic - about an overprotective clownfish’s quest to find his missing son - is given a dazzling 3D makeover. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

This fantastical adventure imagines the origins of L. Frank Baum’s beloved wizard character. A small-time circus magician is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz, where he is reluctantly drawn into the epic problems facing the inhabitants. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

FINDING NEMO

GOOD VIBRATIONS

POST TENEBRAS LUX

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

BABELDOM

BROKEN

The Famous Five are asked to look after Wilfred, a lonely orphan with a magical ability to communicate with animals...

MONSTERS INC (3D) (U)

Empire

FRI 29, FROM 9PM, CAFEBAR DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

Leeds Film Festival

Germain is a French teacher who is frustrated with the work of his students, with the exception of shy Claude and his almost voyeuristic writing gifts. Both disturbed and fascinated by Claude’s essays about secretly entering the home of his classmate Raphael, Germain encourages his star student’s storytelling and the assignments steer increasingly out of control… Kristin Scott Thomas and Emmanuelle Seigner star in the new film from French auteur François Ozon (8 Women, Potiche).

LORE (15) 95m

Sun 3

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m TUE 12, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Famous Five: Five Have a Mystery to Solve U p4 Met Opera Live: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10 DJ Night - Cafebar Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Pretty In Pink 15 p10 Met Opera Encore: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10

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6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Sun 10

Mon 11

5:45 8:15

Tue 12

1:45 5:00

1:00

3:15

12:00 2:15

6:00 4:00 4:30 6:15

8:30 7:30 8:45 7:45

Wed 13

2:00

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

Tue 5

Wed 6

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

(U) 98m

With English Subtitles

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

SAT 23, 2.30PM Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination. [Part of Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme]

ARBITRAGE (15) 107m THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

DON’T MISS FINDING NEMO (3D) OR OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D) OVER EASTER! See page 3 for details.

Thu 7

MONSTERS INC (2D) (U)

Fri 8

91m

SAT 9, 12.15PM See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Sat 9

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Fire in the Blood 15 p11

12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:00

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Babeldom + Director's Q&A 15 p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Robot & Frank Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p1

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

5:45 3:45 3:15

6:30 5:30

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

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

Wed 20

Thu 21

6:00

4:15 3:15

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

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

Fri 22

10:30 1:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

3:00

3:15

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

8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 Sat 23

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45

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

Fri 15

5:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Adam Buxton: The Best of BUG - SOLD OUT

3:15

6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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

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

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

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8:30 7:45

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5:45

8:30 7:45

4:15 3:15

6:30 5:30

8:45

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

8:45 8:00

Sun 24

3:30 8:15

Sat 16

5:45 6:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

Stoker 18 p1 3:15 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web 3:30 To the Wonder 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Lore 15 See web Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Monsters Inc (3D) U p4 Monsters Inc (2D) Supportive Environment Screening U p4

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Dirty Dancing 15 p10

12:00 Thu 14

Mon 4

06

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

9:00 8:30 7:30 8:00 8:15

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

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

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12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:15

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Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Live: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Ballymun Lullaby 12A p4

12:30 12:45 1:15

4:00

Mon 18

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 + Live By Satellite Q&A Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Encore: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

1:45

1:15

3:00 4:15 3:15

6:00 4:30

8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45 8:00 Tue 26

12:00 5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

8:30 7:45 8:45 8:00 Wed 27

Tue 19

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 10:30 1:30 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 4:15 Robot & Frank 12A p1 3:15 National Theatre Live: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

5:45

8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 The Sessions 15 p2 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Rebirth 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 Cine-bar: RoboCop Cafebar from 10.30PM

5:45 5:30 4:45

3:15 3:00

Fri 29

7:00

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

2:45

Thu 28

Sat 30

5:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 12:30 3:00 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Mai Mai Miracle 12A p8 2:30 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 4:45 National Theatre Encore: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 7:45

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8:30

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 1:30 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Kaidan Horror Classics 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 National Theatre Encore: People 12A p10 12:00 The Lacemakers… + Director's Introduction U p11 4:00 Everyday 15 p11 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 2:00

5:45 6:30 4:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Beasts of the Southern Wild 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Blossoming… 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

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Arbitrage 15 p2 Amour 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Hula Girls 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Acoustic Routes 12A p11 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM

3:15 2:00

Arbitrage 15 p2 Argo 15 p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Bubble Fiction 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15 2:30

Sun 31

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

Arbitrage 15 p2 3:15 Silver Linings Playbook 15 p9 2:15 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Neil Young - Journeys PG p11 Arbitrage Silver Screen Shows 15 p2 10:30 1:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web DJ Night - Cafebar from 9PM

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

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8:00

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

12:30 2:45

TIME TBC

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web Live Latin Jazz: Malindy Cafebar from 10.30PM

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

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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

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5:45 6:00

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2:45

6:00

2:30 Mon 25

Sun 17

SUN 17, FROM 3PM There’ll be a live by satellite postscreening Q&A with Ken Loach after the 3PM screening.

CLOUD ATLAS SONG FOR MARION

IN THE HOUSE (CERT TBC)

FROM FRI 22

Starring: Tim Roth, Cillain Murphy,

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

TRANCE (15)

FROM FRI 15

Dir: Rufus Norris United Kingdom 2012 91m

MARCH 2013

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

FROM FRI 8

BROKEN (15)

SIDE EFFECTS BROKEN ROBOT & FRANK ARBITRAGE TRANCE GOOD VIBRATIONS

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

STOKER

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 1

05

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

6:00 5:45 4:45 5:00

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

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

6:00 8:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

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

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


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

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

FAMOUS FIVE: FIVE HAVE A MYSTERY TO SOLVE (U) 93m

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2013 Fri 1

Sat 2

SAT 2, 1.45PM THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

Dir: Andy Capper United States 2012 98m

Dir: Danny Boyle United Kingdom 2013 101m

With English Subtitles

This intimate documentary follows hip hop legend Snoop Dogg as he undergoes a spiritual odyssey/career reinvention in Jamaica and emerges as the rechristened “Snoop Lion.”

Starring: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson

Dir: Francois Ozon France 2012 RT TBC

Lord Sir Danny of Boyle, as we must call him following his Olympics triumph, is returning to his core job of making films with Trance, a psychological thriller about a fine art auctioneer, mixed up with a criminal gang, who join forces with a hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. Boyle reunites with screenwriter John Hodges and frequent musical collaborators Underworld, who composed the score. Can it match up to his Olympics opening ceremony, or his much-lauded theatrical production of Frankenstein? In Boyle we trust.

Starring: Kristin Scott Thomas, Fabrice Luchini

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

STOKER (18)

SIDE EFFECTS (15)

ROBOT & FRANK (12A)

BEYOND THE HILLS (12A)

ARBITRAGE (15)

THE SESSIONS (15)

REINCARNATED (15)

Dir: Chanwook Park United States 2013 98m

Dir: Steven Soderbergh United States 2012

Dir: Jake Schreier United States 2012 89m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Nicholas Jarecki United States 2012

Dir: Ben Lewin United States 2012 93m

Starring: Matthew Goode, Nicole Kidman,

106m

Starring: Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon

Dir: Cristian Mungiu Romania 2012 152m

107m

Starring: Helen Hunt, John Hawkes

Mia Wasikowska

Starring: Jude Law, Channing Tatum,

Starring: Cristina Flutur, Cosmina Stratan

Starring: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon

Stoker is an unmissable work from Park Chan-wook, the cult director of Oldboy and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance. There are echoes of Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt in the story of India Stoker, a young woman devastated by the death of her father. Then Uncle Charlie arrives to spend quality time with India and her fragile mother Evie. India’s instincts tell her that the mysterious Charlie should not be taken at face value and yet she becomes increasingly infatuated with him in a twisted thriller that is not for the fainthearted. Glasgow Film Festival

In the tradition of Hitchcock, Side Effects is a psychological thriller/whodunnit, starring Rooney Mara as a woman whose dependence on a new medication for anxiety prescribed by her psychiatrist (Jude Law) unravels the life she shares with her husband (Channing Tatum). Soon a chain of events are set in motion that lead to murder and paranoia, with more than one unexpected twist along the way. The film also stars Catherine ZetaJones.

Set in the near future, Frank, a retired cat burglar, has two grown kids who are concerned he can no longer live alone. Against the old man’s wishes, Frank’s son buys him a walking, talking robot, programmed to improve his physical and mental health. What follows is an often hilarious and somewhat heart-breaking story. Doha Film Institute

Palme d’Or winner Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days) returns with this magisterial drama about a young Romanian woman who sets out to retrieve her childhood friend from her “captivity” in a remote Romanian monastery, and soon comes into violent conflict with the archaic strictures of this traditional community.

A guilty-pleasure thriller for these tough economic times. Richard Gere stars as Robert Miller, a billionaire hedge-fund magnate who juggles fraud, an affair, and the aftermath of a deadly accident. Writer and documentarian Nicholas Jarecki shows great command of tone in his directing debut.

Confined to an iron lung, Mark seeks to lose his virginity and employs a sex surrogate to help him do this. A poignant story that transforms a potentially confronting subject into a warm, compelling film. LFF

Rooney Mara

CONTINUING INTO MARCH CLOUD ATLAS (15) 172m SONG FOR MARION (PG) 93m LORE (15) 109m TO THE WONDER (12A) 113m

BABELDOM (15)

Dir: Lisa Barros United Kingdom 2013 103m Starring: Richard Dormer, Dylan Moran

Good Vibrations charts the life story of Terri Hooley, the DJ and record store owner who was instrumental in bringing the punk movement to Belfast and The Undertones to the world. The music is iconic, the story inspirational and the man unique. QFT

With English Subtitles

Dir: Paul Bush United Kingdom 2012 80m

In his debut feature film, award-winning British experimental animator and filmmaker Paul Bush presents an elegy to urban life. Against the backdrop of a city of the future, a portrait is assembled from film shot all around the world and collected from the most recent research in science, technology and architecture.

Rory Kinnear

The debut feature from award-winning theatre director Rufus Norris, Broken is a powerful drama featuring an outstanding ensemble cast. LFF

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15)

FROM FRI 22

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) IN THE LOUNGE

MON 11, 6.15PM SCREEN 4 INTRODUCTION & Q&A We are pleased to welcome Director Paul Bush who will be participating in a post-screening Q&A.

IN THE LOUNGE

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8 FROM FRI 15

Dir: Carlos Reygadas Mexico 2012 115m Starring: Nathalia Acevedo,

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45 (U)

Adolfo Jimenez Castro

Maverick director Carlos Reygadas (Japón, Silent Light) has created one of the most challenging and indelible films of the year. Post Tenebras Lux (‘After Darkness, Light’) is a disorienting, kaleidoscopic and stunningly-filmed vision of a family torn between tenderness and violence that won the filmmaker Best Director at Cannes.

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2013 98m

1945 was a pivotal year in British history. The unity that carried Britain through the war allied to the bitter memories of the inter-war years led to a vision of a better society. Director Ken Loach has used film from Britain’s regional and national archives, alongside sound recordings and contemporary interviews to create a rich political and social narrative. The Spirit of ‘45 hopes to illuminate and celebrate a period of unprecedented community spirit in the UK, the impact of which endured for many years and which may yet be rediscovered today.

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See Feb brochure or web for details.

91m

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

SAT 9, 2.15PM This enchanting animated comedy that explains why beasties haunt the sleep of children returns in 3D.

BALLYMUN LULLABY (12A) Dir: Frank Berry Ireland 2011 72m

FROM FRI 29 FROM FRI 29

SAT 16, 2.30PM A musical documentary that follows music teacher on his journey to create a collection of music that gives a voice to the young people of working-class Ballymun in Dublin. Your heart will be thoroughly warmed and inspired!

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D)

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U)

Dir: Sam Raimi United States 2013 RT TBC

Dir: Andrew Stanton United States 2013 104m

Starring: Rachel Weisz, James Franco

Pixar’s Academy Award®-winning, beloved modern classic - about an overprotective clownfish’s quest to find his missing son - is given a dazzling 3D makeover. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

This fantastical adventure imagines the origins of L. Frank Baum’s beloved wizard character. A small-time circus magician is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz, where he is reluctantly drawn into the epic problems facing the inhabitants. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

FINDING NEMO

GOOD VIBRATIONS

POST TENEBRAS LUX

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

BABELDOM

BROKEN

The Famous Five are asked to look after Wilfred, a lonely orphan with a magical ability to communicate with animals...

MONSTERS INC (3D) (U)

Empire

FRI 29, FROM 9PM, CAFEBAR DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

Leeds Film Festival

Germain is a French teacher who is frustrated with the work of his students, with the exception of shy Claude and his almost voyeuristic writing gifts. Both disturbed and fascinated by Claude’s essays about secretly entering the home of his classmate Raphael, Germain encourages his star student’s storytelling and the assignments steer increasingly out of control… Kristin Scott Thomas and Emmanuelle Seigner star in the new film from French auteur François Ozon (8 Women, Potiche).

LORE (15) 95m

Sun 3

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m TUE 12, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Famous Five: Five Have a Mystery to Solve U p4 Met Opera Live: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10 DJ Night - Cafebar Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Pretty In Pink 15 p10 Met Opera Encore: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10

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Wed 13

2:00

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

Tue 5

Wed 6

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

(U) 98m

With English Subtitles

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

SAT 23, 2.30PM Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination. [Part of Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme]

ARBITRAGE (15) 107m THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

DON’T MISS FINDING NEMO (3D) OR OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D) OVER EASTER! See page 3 for details.

Thu 7

MONSTERS INC (2D) (U)

Fri 8

91m

SAT 9, 12.15PM See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Sat 9

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Fire in the Blood 15 p11

12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:00

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Babeldom + Director's Q&A 15 p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Robot & Frank Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p1

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

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Wed 20

Thu 21

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Fri 22

10:30 1:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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3:15

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8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 Sat 23

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45

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Fri 15

5:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Adam Buxton: The Best of BUG - SOLD OUT

3:15

6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

8:45 8:00

Sun 24

3:30 8:15

Sat 16

5:45 6:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

Stoker 18 p1 3:15 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web 3:30 To the Wonder 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Lore 15 See web Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Monsters Inc (3D) U p4 Monsters Inc (2D) Supportive Environment Screening U p4

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Dirty Dancing 15 p10

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Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Live: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Ballymun Lullaby 12A p4

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Mon 18

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 + Live By Satellite Q&A Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Encore: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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Tue 19

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 10:30 1:30 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 4:15 Robot & Frank 12A p1 3:15 National Theatre Live: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

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Arbitrage 15 p2 The Sessions 15 p2 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Rebirth 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 Cine-bar: RoboCop Cafebar from 10.30PM

5:45 5:30 4:45

3:15 3:00

Fri 29

7:00

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Sat 30

5:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 12:30 3:00 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Mai Mai Miracle 12A p8 2:30 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 4:45 National Theatre Encore: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1:00

5:45 5:30

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Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 1:30 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Kaidan Horror Classics 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 National Theatre Encore: People 12A p10 12:00 The Lacemakers… + Director's Introduction U p11 4:00 Everyday 15 p11 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 2:00

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Arbitrage 15 p2 Beasts of the Southern Wild 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Blossoming… 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

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Arbitrage 15 p2 Amour 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Hula Girls 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Acoustic Routes 12A p11 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM

3:15 2:00

Arbitrage 15 p2 Argo 15 p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Bubble Fiction 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

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Sun 31

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

Arbitrage 15 p2 3:15 Silver Linings Playbook 15 p9 2:15 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Neil Young - Journeys PG p11 Arbitrage Silver Screen Shows 15 p2 10:30 1:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web DJ Night - Cafebar from 9PM

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Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web Live Latin Jazz: Malindy Cafebar from 10.30PM

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8:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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Sun 17

SUN 17, FROM 3PM There’ll be a live by satellite postscreening Q&A with Ken Loach after the 3PM screening.

CLOUD ATLAS SONG FOR MARION

IN THE HOUSE (CERT TBC)

FROM FRI 22

Starring: Tim Roth, Cillain Murphy,

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TRANCE (15)

FROM FRI 15

Dir: Rufus Norris United Kingdom 2012 91m

MARCH 2013

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

FROM FRI 8

BROKEN (15)

SIDE EFFECTS BROKEN ROBOT & FRANK ARBITRAGE TRANCE GOOD VIBRATIONS

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

STOKER

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 1

05

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

6:00 5:45 4:45 5:00

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

6:00 8:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

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

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


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

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

FAMOUS FIVE: FIVE HAVE A MYSTERY TO SOLVE (U) 93m

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2013 Fri 1

Sat 2

SAT 2, 1.45PM THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

Dir: Andy Capper United States 2012 98m

Dir: Danny Boyle United Kingdom 2013 101m

With English Subtitles

This intimate documentary follows hip hop legend Snoop Dogg as he undergoes a spiritual odyssey/career reinvention in Jamaica and emerges as the rechristened “Snoop Lion.”

Starring: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson

Dir: Francois Ozon France 2012 RT TBC

Lord Sir Danny of Boyle, as we must call him following his Olympics triumph, is returning to his core job of making films with Trance, a psychological thriller about a fine art auctioneer, mixed up with a criminal gang, who join forces with a hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. Boyle reunites with screenwriter John Hodges and frequent musical collaborators Underworld, who composed the score. Can it match up to his Olympics opening ceremony, or his much-lauded theatrical production of Frankenstein? In Boyle we trust.

Starring: Kristin Scott Thomas, Fabrice Luchini

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

STOKER (18)

SIDE EFFECTS (15)

ROBOT & FRANK (12A)

BEYOND THE HILLS (12A)

ARBITRAGE (15)

THE SESSIONS (15)

REINCARNATED (15)

Dir: Chanwook Park United States 2013 98m

Dir: Steven Soderbergh United States 2012

Dir: Jake Schreier United States 2012 89m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Nicholas Jarecki United States 2012

Dir: Ben Lewin United States 2012 93m

Starring: Matthew Goode, Nicole Kidman,

106m

Starring: Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon

Dir: Cristian Mungiu Romania 2012 152m

107m

Starring: Helen Hunt, John Hawkes

Mia Wasikowska

Starring: Jude Law, Channing Tatum,

Starring: Cristina Flutur, Cosmina Stratan

Starring: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon

Stoker is an unmissable work from Park Chan-wook, the cult director of Oldboy and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance. There are echoes of Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt in the story of India Stoker, a young woman devastated by the death of her father. Then Uncle Charlie arrives to spend quality time with India and her fragile mother Evie. India’s instincts tell her that the mysterious Charlie should not be taken at face value and yet she becomes increasingly infatuated with him in a twisted thriller that is not for the fainthearted. Glasgow Film Festival

In the tradition of Hitchcock, Side Effects is a psychological thriller/whodunnit, starring Rooney Mara as a woman whose dependence on a new medication for anxiety prescribed by her psychiatrist (Jude Law) unravels the life she shares with her husband (Channing Tatum). Soon a chain of events are set in motion that lead to murder and paranoia, with more than one unexpected twist along the way. The film also stars Catherine ZetaJones.

Set in the near future, Frank, a retired cat burglar, has two grown kids who are concerned he can no longer live alone. Against the old man’s wishes, Frank’s son buys him a walking, talking robot, programmed to improve his physical and mental health. What follows is an often hilarious and somewhat heart-breaking story. Doha Film Institute

Palme d’Or winner Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days) returns with this magisterial drama about a young Romanian woman who sets out to retrieve her childhood friend from her “captivity” in a remote Romanian monastery, and soon comes into violent conflict with the archaic strictures of this traditional community.

A guilty-pleasure thriller for these tough economic times. Richard Gere stars as Robert Miller, a billionaire hedge-fund magnate who juggles fraud, an affair, and the aftermath of a deadly accident. Writer and documentarian Nicholas Jarecki shows great command of tone in his directing debut.

Confined to an iron lung, Mark seeks to lose his virginity and employs a sex surrogate to help him do this. A poignant story that transforms a potentially confronting subject into a warm, compelling film. LFF

Rooney Mara

CONTINUING INTO MARCH CLOUD ATLAS (15) 172m SONG FOR MARION (PG) 93m LORE (15) 109m TO THE WONDER (12A) 113m

BABELDOM (15)

Dir: Lisa Barros United Kingdom 2013 103m Starring: Richard Dormer, Dylan Moran

Good Vibrations charts the life story of Terri Hooley, the DJ and record store owner who was instrumental in bringing the punk movement to Belfast and The Undertones to the world. The music is iconic, the story inspirational and the man unique. QFT

With English Subtitles

Dir: Paul Bush United Kingdom 2012 80m

In his debut feature film, award-winning British experimental animator and filmmaker Paul Bush presents an elegy to urban life. Against the backdrop of a city of the future, a portrait is assembled from film shot all around the world and collected from the most recent research in science, technology and architecture.

Rory Kinnear

The debut feature from award-winning theatre director Rufus Norris, Broken is a powerful drama featuring an outstanding ensemble cast. LFF

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15)

FROM FRI 22

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) IN THE LOUNGE

MON 11, 6.15PM SCREEN 4 INTRODUCTION & Q&A We are pleased to welcome Director Paul Bush who will be participating in a post-screening Q&A.

IN THE LOUNGE

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8 FROM FRI 15

Dir: Carlos Reygadas Mexico 2012 115m Starring: Nathalia Acevedo,

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45 (U)

Adolfo Jimenez Castro

Maverick director Carlos Reygadas (Japón, Silent Light) has created one of the most challenging and indelible films of the year. Post Tenebras Lux (‘After Darkness, Light’) is a disorienting, kaleidoscopic and stunningly-filmed vision of a family torn between tenderness and violence that won the filmmaker Best Director at Cannes.

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2013 98m

1945 was a pivotal year in British history. The unity that carried Britain through the war allied to the bitter memories of the inter-war years led to a vision of a better society. Director Ken Loach has used film from Britain’s regional and national archives, alongside sound recordings and contemporary interviews to create a rich political and social narrative. The Spirit of ‘45 hopes to illuminate and celebrate a period of unprecedented community spirit in the UK, the impact of which endured for many years and which may yet be rediscovered today.

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See Feb brochure or web for details.

91m

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

SAT 9, 2.15PM This enchanting animated comedy that explains why beasties haunt the sleep of children returns in 3D.

BALLYMUN LULLABY (12A) Dir: Frank Berry Ireland 2011 72m

FROM FRI 29 FROM FRI 29

SAT 16, 2.30PM A musical documentary that follows music teacher on his journey to create a collection of music that gives a voice to the young people of working-class Ballymun in Dublin. Your heart will be thoroughly warmed and inspired!

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D)

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U)

Dir: Sam Raimi United States 2013 RT TBC

Dir: Andrew Stanton United States 2013 104m

Starring: Rachel Weisz, James Franco

Pixar’s Academy Award®-winning, beloved modern classic - about an overprotective clownfish’s quest to find his missing son - is given a dazzling 3D makeover. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

This fantastical adventure imagines the origins of L. Frank Baum’s beloved wizard character. A small-time circus magician is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz, where he is reluctantly drawn into the epic problems facing the inhabitants. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

FINDING NEMO

GOOD VIBRATIONS

POST TENEBRAS LUX

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

BABELDOM

BROKEN

The Famous Five are asked to look after Wilfred, a lonely orphan with a magical ability to communicate with animals...

MONSTERS INC (3D) (U)

Empire

FRI 29, FROM 9PM, CAFEBAR DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

Leeds Film Festival

Germain is a French teacher who is frustrated with the work of his students, with the exception of shy Claude and his almost voyeuristic writing gifts. Both disturbed and fascinated by Claude’s essays about secretly entering the home of his classmate Raphael, Germain encourages his star student’s storytelling and the assignments steer increasingly out of control… Kristin Scott Thomas and Emmanuelle Seigner star in the new film from French auteur François Ozon (8 Women, Potiche).

LORE (15) 95m

Sun 3

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m TUE 12, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Famous Five: Five Have a Mystery to Solve U p4 Met Opera Live: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10 DJ Night - Cafebar Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Pretty In Pink 15 p10 Met Opera Encore: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10

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1:45 5:00

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6:00 4:00 4:30 6:15

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Wed 13

2:00

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

Tue 5

Wed 6

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

(U) 98m

With English Subtitles

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

SAT 23, 2.30PM Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination. [Part of Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme]

ARBITRAGE (15) 107m THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

DON’T MISS FINDING NEMO (3D) OR OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D) OVER EASTER! See page 3 for details.

Thu 7

MONSTERS INC (2D) (U)

Fri 8

91m

SAT 9, 12.15PM See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Sat 9

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Fire in the Blood 15 p11

12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:00

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Babeldom + Director's Q&A 15 p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Robot & Frank Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p1

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

5:45 3:45 3:15

6:30 5:30

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

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

Wed 20

Thu 21

6:00

4:15 3:15

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

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Fri 22

10:30 1:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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3:15

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

8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 Sat 23

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45

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

Fri 15

5:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Adam Buxton: The Best of BUG - SOLD OUT

3:15

6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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

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Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

8:45 8:00

Sun 24

3:30 8:15

Sat 16

5:45 6:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

Stoker 18 p1 3:15 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web 3:30 To the Wonder 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Lore 15 See web Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Monsters Inc (3D) U p4 Monsters Inc (2D) Supportive Environment Screening U p4

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Dirty Dancing 15 p10

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Mon 4

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Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Live: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Ballymun Lullaby 12A p4

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4:00

Mon 18

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 + Live By Satellite Q&A Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Encore: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

1:45

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8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45 8:00 Tue 26

12:00 5:45 2:45 3:15

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8:30 7:45 8:45 8:00 Wed 27

Tue 19

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 10:30 1:30 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 4:15 Robot & Frank 12A p1 3:15 National Theatre Live: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

5:45

8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 The Sessions 15 p2 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Rebirth 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 Cine-bar: RoboCop Cafebar from 10.30PM

5:45 5:30 4:45

3:15 3:00

Fri 29

7:00

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

2:45

Thu 28

Sat 30

5:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 12:30 3:00 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Mai Mai Miracle 12A p8 2:30 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 4:45 National Theatre Encore: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 7:45

6:00

8:30

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 1:30 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Kaidan Horror Classics 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 National Theatre Encore: People 12A p10 12:00 The Lacemakers… + Director's Introduction U p11 4:00 Everyday 15 p11 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 2:00

5:45 6:30 4:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Beasts of the Southern Wild 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Blossoming… 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15

5:45

8:15

2:45

6:30 5:00

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Amour 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Hula Girls 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Acoustic Routes 12A p11 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM

3:15 2:00

Arbitrage 15 p2 Argo 15 p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Bubble Fiction 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15 2:30

Sun 31

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

Arbitrage 15 p2 3:15 Silver Linings Playbook 15 p9 2:15 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Neil Young - Journeys PG p11 Arbitrage Silver Screen Shows 15 p2 10:30 1:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web DJ Night - Cafebar from 9PM

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30

8:00

3:00 3:30

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

12:30 2:45

TIME TBC

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web Live Latin Jazz: Malindy Cafebar from 10.30PM

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

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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

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5:45 6:00

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5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

2:45

6:00

2:30 Mon 25

Sun 17

SUN 17, FROM 3PM There’ll be a live by satellite postscreening Q&A with Ken Loach after the 3PM screening.

CLOUD ATLAS SONG FOR MARION

IN THE HOUSE (CERT TBC)

FROM FRI 22

Starring: Tim Roth, Cillain Murphy,

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

TRANCE (15)

FROM FRI 15

Dir: Rufus Norris United Kingdom 2012 91m

MARCH 2013

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

FROM FRI 8

BROKEN (15)

SIDE EFFECTS BROKEN ROBOT & FRANK ARBITRAGE TRANCE GOOD VIBRATIONS

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

STOKER

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 1

05

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

6:00 5:45 4:45 5:00

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

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

6:00 8:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

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

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


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

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

FAMOUS FIVE: FIVE HAVE A MYSTERY TO SOLVE (U) 93m

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2013 Fri 1

Sat 2

SAT 2, 1.45PM THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

Dir: Andy Capper United States 2012 98m

Dir: Danny Boyle United Kingdom 2013 101m

With English Subtitles

This intimate documentary follows hip hop legend Snoop Dogg as he undergoes a spiritual odyssey/career reinvention in Jamaica and emerges as the rechristened “Snoop Lion.”

Starring: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson

Dir: Francois Ozon France 2012 RT TBC

Lord Sir Danny of Boyle, as we must call him following his Olympics triumph, is returning to his core job of making films with Trance, a psychological thriller about a fine art auctioneer, mixed up with a criminal gang, who join forces with a hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. Boyle reunites with screenwriter John Hodges and frequent musical collaborators Underworld, who composed the score. Can it match up to his Olympics opening ceremony, or his much-lauded theatrical production of Frankenstein? In Boyle we trust.

Starring: Kristin Scott Thomas, Fabrice Luchini

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

STOKER (18)

SIDE EFFECTS (15)

ROBOT & FRANK (12A)

BEYOND THE HILLS (12A)

ARBITRAGE (15)

THE SESSIONS (15)

REINCARNATED (15)

Dir: Chanwook Park United States 2013 98m

Dir: Steven Soderbergh United States 2012

Dir: Jake Schreier United States 2012 89m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Nicholas Jarecki United States 2012

Dir: Ben Lewin United States 2012 93m

Starring: Matthew Goode, Nicole Kidman,

106m

Starring: Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon

Dir: Cristian Mungiu Romania 2012 152m

107m

Starring: Helen Hunt, John Hawkes

Mia Wasikowska

Starring: Jude Law, Channing Tatum,

Starring: Cristina Flutur, Cosmina Stratan

Starring: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon

Stoker is an unmissable work from Park Chan-wook, the cult director of Oldboy and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance. There are echoes of Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt in the story of India Stoker, a young woman devastated by the death of her father. Then Uncle Charlie arrives to spend quality time with India and her fragile mother Evie. India’s instincts tell her that the mysterious Charlie should not be taken at face value and yet she becomes increasingly infatuated with him in a twisted thriller that is not for the fainthearted. Glasgow Film Festival

In the tradition of Hitchcock, Side Effects is a psychological thriller/whodunnit, starring Rooney Mara as a woman whose dependence on a new medication for anxiety prescribed by her psychiatrist (Jude Law) unravels the life she shares with her husband (Channing Tatum). Soon a chain of events are set in motion that lead to murder and paranoia, with more than one unexpected twist along the way. The film also stars Catherine ZetaJones.

Set in the near future, Frank, a retired cat burglar, has two grown kids who are concerned he can no longer live alone. Against the old man’s wishes, Frank’s son buys him a walking, talking robot, programmed to improve his physical and mental health. What follows is an often hilarious and somewhat heart-breaking story. Doha Film Institute

Palme d’Or winner Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days) returns with this magisterial drama about a young Romanian woman who sets out to retrieve her childhood friend from her “captivity” in a remote Romanian monastery, and soon comes into violent conflict with the archaic strictures of this traditional community.

A guilty-pleasure thriller for these tough economic times. Richard Gere stars as Robert Miller, a billionaire hedge-fund magnate who juggles fraud, an affair, and the aftermath of a deadly accident. Writer and documentarian Nicholas Jarecki shows great command of tone in his directing debut.

Confined to an iron lung, Mark seeks to lose his virginity and employs a sex surrogate to help him do this. A poignant story that transforms a potentially confronting subject into a warm, compelling film. LFF

Rooney Mara

CONTINUING INTO MARCH CLOUD ATLAS (15) 172m SONG FOR MARION (PG) 93m LORE (15) 109m TO THE WONDER (12A) 113m

BABELDOM (15)

Dir: Lisa Barros United Kingdom 2013 103m Starring: Richard Dormer, Dylan Moran

Good Vibrations charts the life story of Terri Hooley, the DJ and record store owner who was instrumental in bringing the punk movement to Belfast and The Undertones to the world. The music is iconic, the story inspirational and the man unique. QFT

With English Subtitles

Dir: Paul Bush United Kingdom 2012 80m

In his debut feature film, award-winning British experimental animator and filmmaker Paul Bush presents an elegy to urban life. Against the backdrop of a city of the future, a portrait is assembled from film shot all around the world and collected from the most recent research in science, technology and architecture.

Rory Kinnear

The debut feature from award-winning theatre director Rufus Norris, Broken is a powerful drama featuring an outstanding ensemble cast. LFF

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15)

FROM FRI 22

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) IN THE LOUNGE

MON 11, 6.15PM SCREEN 4 INTRODUCTION & Q&A We are pleased to welcome Director Paul Bush who will be participating in a post-screening Q&A.

IN THE LOUNGE

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8 FROM FRI 15

Dir: Carlos Reygadas Mexico 2012 115m Starring: Nathalia Acevedo,

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45 (U)

Adolfo Jimenez Castro

Maverick director Carlos Reygadas (Japón, Silent Light) has created one of the most challenging and indelible films of the year. Post Tenebras Lux (‘After Darkness, Light’) is a disorienting, kaleidoscopic and stunningly-filmed vision of a family torn between tenderness and violence that won the filmmaker Best Director at Cannes.

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2013 98m

1945 was a pivotal year in British history. The unity that carried Britain through the war allied to the bitter memories of the inter-war years led to a vision of a better society. Director Ken Loach has used film from Britain’s regional and national archives, alongside sound recordings and contemporary interviews to create a rich political and social narrative. The Spirit of ‘45 hopes to illuminate and celebrate a period of unprecedented community spirit in the UK, the impact of which endured for many years and which may yet be rediscovered today.

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See Feb brochure or web for details.

91m

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

SAT 9, 2.15PM This enchanting animated comedy that explains why beasties haunt the sleep of children returns in 3D.

BALLYMUN LULLABY (12A) Dir: Frank Berry Ireland 2011 72m

FROM FRI 29 FROM FRI 29

SAT 16, 2.30PM A musical documentary that follows music teacher on his journey to create a collection of music that gives a voice to the young people of working-class Ballymun in Dublin. Your heart will be thoroughly warmed and inspired!

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D)

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U)

Dir: Sam Raimi United States 2013 RT TBC

Dir: Andrew Stanton United States 2013 104m

Starring: Rachel Weisz, James Franco

Pixar’s Academy Award®-winning, beloved modern classic - about an overprotective clownfish’s quest to find his missing son - is given a dazzling 3D makeover. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

This fantastical adventure imagines the origins of L. Frank Baum’s beloved wizard character. A small-time circus magician is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz, where he is reluctantly drawn into the epic problems facing the inhabitants. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

FINDING NEMO

GOOD VIBRATIONS

POST TENEBRAS LUX

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

BABELDOM

BROKEN

The Famous Five are asked to look after Wilfred, a lonely orphan with a magical ability to communicate with animals...

MONSTERS INC (3D) (U)

Empire

FRI 29, FROM 9PM, CAFEBAR DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

Leeds Film Festival

Germain is a French teacher who is frustrated with the work of his students, with the exception of shy Claude and his almost voyeuristic writing gifts. Both disturbed and fascinated by Claude’s essays about secretly entering the home of his classmate Raphael, Germain encourages his star student’s storytelling and the assignments steer increasingly out of control… Kristin Scott Thomas and Emmanuelle Seigner star in the new film from French auteur François Ozon (8 Women, Potiche).

LORE (15) 95m

Sun 3

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m TUE 12, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Famous Five: Five Have a Mystery to Solve U p4 Met Opera Live: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10 DJ Night - Cafebar Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Pretty In Pink 15 p10 Met Opera Encore: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10

3:15 3:30 3:00

1:00

3:15

12:00 2:15 12:30 3:00

6:00 4:00 5:45

8:30 7:30

5:30

8:00 8:15

6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Sun 10

Mon 11

5:45 8:15

Tue 12

1:45 5:00

1:00

3:15

12:00 2:15

6:00 4:00 4:30 6:15

8:30 7:30 8:45 7:45

Wed 13

2:00

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

Tue 5

Wed 6

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

(U) 98m

With English Subtitles

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

SAT 23, 2.30PM Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination. [Part of Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme]

ARBITRAGE (15) 107m THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

DON’T MISS FINDING NEMO (3D) OR OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D) OVER EASTER! See page 3 for details.

Thu 7

MONSTERS INC (2D) (U)

Fri 8

91m

SAT 9, 12.15PM See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Sat 9

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Fire in the Blood 15 p11

12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:00

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Babeldom + Director's Q&A 15 p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Robot & Frank Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p1

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

5:45 3:45 3:15

6:30 5:30

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

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

Wed 20

Thu 21

6:00

4:15 3:15

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

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

Fri 22

10:30 1:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

3:00

3:15

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

8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 Sat 23

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45

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

Fri 15

5:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Adam Buxton: The Best of BUG - SOLD OUT

3:15

6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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

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

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

3:00

5:45

8:30 7:45

2:45 4:15 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

3:00

5:45

8:30 7:45

4:15 3:15

6:30 5:30

8:45

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

8:45 8:00

Sun 24

3:30 8:15

Sat 16

5:45 6:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

Stoker 18 p1 3:15 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web 3:30 To the Wonder 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Lore 15 See web Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Monsters Inc (3D) U p4 Monsters Inc (2D) Supportive Environment Screening U p4

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Dirty Dancing 15 p10

12:00 Thu 14

Mon 4

06

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

9:00 8:30 7:30 8:00 8:15

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

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

3:00 3:45 4:15 3:15

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

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

12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:15

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

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

12:15

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Live: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Ballymun Lullaby 12A p4

12:30 12:45 1:15

4:00

Mon 18

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 + Live By Satellite Q&A Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Encore: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

1:45

1:15

3:00 4:15 3:15

6:00 4:30

8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45 8:00 Tue 26

12:00 5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

8:30 7:45 8:45 8:00 Wed 27

Tue 19

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 10:30 1:30 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 4:15 Robot & Frank 12A p1 3:15 National Theatre Live: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

5:45

8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 The Sessions 15 p2 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Rebirth 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 Cine-bar: RoboCop Cafebar from 10.30PM

5:45 5:30 4:45

3:15 3:00

Fri 29

7:00

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

2:45

Thu 28

Sat 30

5:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 12:30 3:00 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Mai Mai Miracle 12A p8 2:30 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 4:45 National Theatre Encore: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 7:45

6:00

8:30

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 1:30 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Kaidan Horror Classics 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 National Theatre Encore: People 12A p10 12:00 The Lacemakers… + Director's Introduction U p11 4:00 Everyday 15 p11 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 2:00

5:45 6:30 4:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Beasts of the Southern Wild 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Blossoming… 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15

5:45

8:15

2:45

6:30 5:00

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Amour 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Hula Girls 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Acoustic Routes 12A p11 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM

3:15 2:00

Arbitrage 15 p2 Argo 15 p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Bubble Fiction 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15 2:30

Sun 31

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

Arbitrage 15 p2 3:15 Silver Linings Playbook 15 p9 2:15 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Neil Young - Journeys PG p11 Arbitrage Silver Screen Shows 15 p2 10:30 1:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web DJ Night - Cafebar from 9PM

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30

8:00

3:00 3:30

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

12:30 2:45

TIME TBC

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web Live Latin Jazz: Malindy Cafebar from 10.30PM

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

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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

2:45

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

2:45

6:00

2:30 Mon 25

Sun 17

SUN 17, FROM 3PM There’ll be a live by satellite postscreening Q&A with Ken Loach after the 3PM screening.

CLOUD ATLAS SONG FOR MARION

IN THE HOUSE (CERT TBC)

FROM FRI 22

Starring: Tim Roth, Cillain Murphy,

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

TRANCE (15)

FROM FRI 15

Dir: Rufus Norris United Kingdom 2012 91m

MARCH 2013

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

FROM FRI 8

BROKEN (15)

SIDE EFFECTS BROKEN ROBOT & FRANK ARBITRAGE TRANCE GOOD VIBRATIONS

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

STOKER

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 1

05

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

6:00 5:45 4:45 5:00

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

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

6:00 8:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

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

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


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

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

FAMOUS FIVE: FIVE HAVE A MYSTERY TO SOLVE (U) 93m

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2013 Fri 1

Sat 2

SAT 2, 1.45PM THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

Dir: Andy Capper United States 2012 98m

Dir: Danny Boyle United Kingdom 2013 101m

With English Subtitles

This intimate documentary follows hip hop legend Snoop Dogg as he undergoes a spiritual odyssey/career reinvention in Jamaica and emerges as the rechristened “Snoop Lion.”

Starring: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson

Dir: Francois Ozon France 2012 RT TBC

Lord Sir Danny of Boyle, as we must call him following his Olympics triumph, is returning to his core job of making films with Trance, a psychological thriller about a fine art auctioneer, mixed up with a criminal gang, who join forces with a hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. Boyle reunites with screenwriter John Hodges and frequent musical collaborators Underworld, who composed the score. Can it match up to his Olympics opening ceremony, or his much-lauded theatrical production of Frankenstein? In Boyle we trust.

Starring: Kristin Scott Thomas, Fabrice Luchini

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

STOKER (18)

SIDE EFFECTS (15)

ROBOT & FRANK (12A)

BEYOND THE HILLS (12A)

ARBITRAGE (15)

THE SESSIONS (15)

REINCARNATED (15)

Dir: Chanwook Park United States 2013 98m

Dir: Steven Soderbergh United States 2012

Dir: Jake Schreier United States 2012 89m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Nicholas Jarecki United States 2012

Dir: Ben Lewin United States 2012 93m

Starring: Matthew Goode, Nicole Kidman,

106m

Starring: Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon

Dir: Cristian Mungiu Romania 2012 152m

107m

Starring: Helen Hunt, John Hawkes

Mia Wasikowska

Starring: Jude Law, Channing Tatum,

Starring: Cristina Flutur, Cosmina Stratan

Starring: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon

Stoker is an unmissable work from Park Chan-wook, the cult director of Oldboy and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance. There are echoes of Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt in the story of India Stoker, a young woman devastated by the death of her father. Then Uncle Charlie arrives to spend quality time with India and her fragile mother Evie. India’s instincts tell her that the mysterious Charlie should not be taken at face value and yet she becomes increasingly infatuated with him in a twisted thriller that is not for the fainthearted. Glasgow Film Festival

In the tradition of Hitchcock, Side Effects is a psychological thriller/whodunnit, starring Rooney Mara as a woman whose dependence on a new medication for anxiety prescribed by her psychiatrist (Jude Law) unravels the life she shares with her husband (Channing Tatum). Soon a chain of events are set in motion that lead to murder and paranoia, with more than one unexpected twist along the way. The film also stars Catherine ZetaJones.

Set in the near future, Frank, a retired cat burglar, has two grown kids who are concerned he can no longer live alone. Against the old man’s wishes, Frank’s son buys him a walking, talking robot, programmed to improve his physical and mental health. What follows is an often hilarious and somewhat heart-breaking story. Doha Film Institute

Palme d’Or winner Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days) returns with this magisterial drama about a young Romanian woman who sets out to retrieve her childhood friend from her “captivity” in a remote Romanian monastery, and soon comes into violent conflict with the archaic strictures of this traditional community.

A guilty-pleasure thriller for these tough economic times. Richard Gere stars as Robert Miller, a billionaire hedge-fund magnate who juggles fraud, an affair, and the aftermath of a deadly accident. Writer and documentarian Nicholas Jarecki shows great command of tone in his directing debut.

Confined to an iron lung, Mark seeks to lose his virginity and employs a sex surrogate to help him do this. A poignant story that transforms a potentially confronting subject into a warm, compelling film. LFF

Rooney Mara

CONTINUING INTO MARCH CLOUD ATLAS (15) 172m SONG FOR MARION (PG) 93m LORE (15) 109m TO THE WONDER (12A) 113m

BABELDOM (15)

Dir: Lisa Barros United Kingdom 2013 103m Starring: Richard Dormer, Dylan Moran

Good Vibrations charts the life story of Terri Hooley, the DJ and record store owner who was instrumental in bringing the punk movement to Belfast and The Undertones to the world. The music is iconic, the story inspirational and the man unique. QFT

With English Subtitles

Dir: Paul Bush United Kingdom 2012 80m

In his debut feature film, award-winning British experimental animator and filmmaker Paul Bush presents an elegy to urban life. Against the backdrop of a city of the future, a portrait is assembled from film shot all around the world and collected from the most recent research in science, technology and architecture.

Rory Kinnear

The debut feature from award-winning theatre director Rufus Norris, Broken is a powerful drama featuring an outstanding ensemble cast. LFF

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15)

FROM FRI 22

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) IN THE LOUNGE

MON 11, 6.15PM SCREEN 4 INTRODUCTION & Q&A We are pleased to welcome Director Paul Bush who will be participating in a post-screening Q&A.

IN THE LOUNGE

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8 FROM FRI 15

Dir: Carlos Reygadas Mexico 2012 115m Starring: Nathalia Acevedo,

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45 (U)

Adolfo Jimenez Castro

Maverick director Carlos Reygadas (Japón, Silent Light) has created one of the most challenging and indelible films of the year. Post Tenebras Lux (‘After Darkness, Light’) is a disorienting, kaleidoscopic and stunningly-filmed vision of a family torn between tenderness and violence that won the filmmaker Best Director at Cannes.

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2013 98m

1945 was a pivotal year in British history. The unity that carried Britain through the war allied to the bitter memories of the inter-war years led to a vision of a better society. Director Ken Loach has used film from Britain’s regional and national archives, alongside sound recordings and contemporary interviews to create a rich political and social narrative. The Spirit of ‘45 hopes to illuminate and celebrate a period of unprecedented community spirit in the UK, the impact of which endured for many years and which may yet be rediscovered today.

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See Feb brochure or web for details.

91m

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

SAT 9, 2.15PM This enchanting animated comedy that explains why beasties haunt the sleep of children returns in 3D.

BALLYMUN LULLABY (12A) Dir: Frank Berry Ireland 2011 72m

FROM FRI 29 FROM FRI 29

SAT 16, 2.30PM A musical documentary that follows music teacher on his journey to create a collection of music that gives a voice to the young people of working-class Ballymun in Dublin. Your heart will be thoroughly warmed and inspired!

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D)

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U)

Dir: Sam Raimi United States 2013 RT TBC

Dir: Andrew Stanton United States 2013 104m

Starring: Rachel Weisz, James Franco

Pixar’s Academy Award®-winning, beloved modern classic - about an overprotective clownfish’s quest to find his missing son - is given a dazzling 3D makeover. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

This fantastical adventure imagines the origins of L. Frank Baum’s beloved wizard character. A small-time circus magician is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz, where he is reluctantly drawn into the epic problems facing the inhabitants. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

FINDING NEMO

GOOD VIBRATIONS

POST TENEBRAS LUX

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

BABELDOM

BROKEN

The Famous Five are asked to look after Wilfred, a lonely orphan with a magical ability to communicate with animals...

MONSTERS INC (3D) (U)

Empire

FRI 29, FROM 9PM, CAFEBAR DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

Leeds Film Festival

Germain is a French teacher who is frustrated with the work of his students, with the exception of shy Claude and his almost voyeuristic writing gifts. Both disturbed and fascinated by Claude’s essays about secretly entering the home of his classmate Raphael, Germain encourages his star student’s storytelling and the assignments steer increasingly out of control… Kristin Scott Thomas and Emmanuelle Seigner star in the new film from French auteur François Ozon (8 Women, Potiche).

LORE (15) 95m

Sun 3

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m TUE 12, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Famous Five: Five Have a Mystery to Solve U p4 Met Opera Live: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10 DJ Night - Cafebar Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Pretty In Pink 15 p10 Met Opera Encore: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10

3:15 3:30 3:00

1:00

3:15

12:00 2:15 12:30 3:00

6:00 4:00 5:45

8:30 7:30

5:30

8:00 8:15

6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Sun 10

Mon 11

5:45 8:15

Tue 12

1:45 5:00

1:00

3:15

12:00 2:15

6:00 4:00 4:30 6:15

8:30 7:30 8:45 7:45

Wed 13

2:00

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

Tue 5

Wed 6

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

(U) 98m

With English Subtitles

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

SAT 23, 2.30PM Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination. [Part of Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme]

ARBITRAGE (15) 107m THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

DON’T MISS FINDING NEMO (3D) OR OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D) OVER EASTER! See page 3 for details.

Thu 7

MONSTERS INC (2D) (U)

Fri 8

91m

SAT 9, 12.15PM See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Sat 9

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Fire in the Blood 15 p11

12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:00

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Babeldom + Director's Q&A 15 p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Robot & Frank Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p1

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

5:45 3:45 3:15

6:30 5:30

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

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

Wed 20

Thu 21

6:00

4:15 3:15

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

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

Fri 22

10:30 1:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

3:00

3:15

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

8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 Sat 23

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45

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

Fri 15

5:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Adam Buxton: The Best of BUG - SOLD OUT

3:15

6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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

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

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

3:00

5:45

8:30 7:45

2:45 4:15 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

3:00

5:45

8:30 7:45

4:15 3:15

6:30 5:30

8:45

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

8:45 8:00

Sun 24

3:30 8:15

Sat 16

5:45 6:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

Stoker 18 p1 3:15 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web 3:30 To the Wonder 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Lore 15 See web Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Monsters Inc (3D) U p4 Monsters Inc (2D) Supportive Environment Screening U p4

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Dirty Dancing 15 p10

12:00 Thu 14

Mon 4

06

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

9:00 8:30 7:30 8:00 8:15

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

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

3:00 3:45 4:15 3:15

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

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

12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:15

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

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

12:15

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Live: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Ballymun Lullaby 12A p4

12:30 12:45 1:15

4:00

Mon 18

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 + Live By Satellite Q&A Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Encore: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

1:45

1:15

3:00 4:15 3:15

6:00 4:30

8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45 8:00 Tue 26

12:00 5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

8:30 7:45 8:45 8:00 Wed 27

Tue 19

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 10:30 1:30 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 4:15 Robot & Frank 12A p1 3:15 National Theatre Live: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

5:45

8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 The Sessions 15 p2 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Rebirth 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 Cine-bar: RoboCop Cafebar from 10.30PM

5:45 5:30 4:45

3:15 3:00

Fri 29

7:00

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

2:45

Thu 28

Sat 30

5:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 12:30 3:00 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Mai Mai Miracle 12A p8 2:30 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 4:45 National Theatre Encore: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 7:45

6:00

8:30

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 1:30 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Kaidan Horror Classics 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 National Theatre Encore: People 12A p10 12:00 The Lacemakers… + Director's Introduction U p11 4:00 Everyday 15 p11 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 2:00

5:45 6:30 4:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Beasts of the Southern Wild 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Blossoming… 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15

5:45

8:15

2:45

6:30 5:00

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Amour 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Hula Girls 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Acoustic Routes 12A p11 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM

3:15 2:00

Arbitrage 15 p2 Argo 15 p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Bubble Fiction 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15 2:30

Sun 31

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

Arbitrage 15 p2 3:15 Silver Linings Playbook 15 p9 2:15 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Neil Young - Journeys PG p11 Arbitrage Silver Screen Shows 15 p2 10:30 1:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web DJ Night - Cafebar from 9PM

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30

8:00

3:00 3:30

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

12:30 2:45

TIME TBC

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web Live Latin Jazz: Malindy Cafebar from 10.30PM

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

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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

2:45

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

2:45

6:00

2:30 Mon 25

Sun 17

SUN 17, FROM 3PM There’ll be a live by satellite postscreening Q&A with Ken Loach after the 3PM screening.

CLOUD ATLAS SONG FOR MARION

IN THE HOUSE (CERT TBC)

FROM FRI 22

Starring: Tim Roth, Cillain Murphy,

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

TRANCE (15)

FROM FRI 15

Dir: Rufus Norris United Kingdom 2012 91m

MARCH 2013

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

FROM FRI 8

BROKEN (15)

SIDE EFFECTS BROKEN ROBOT & FRANK ARBITRAGE TRANCE GOOD VIBRATIONS

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

STOKER

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 1

05

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

6:00 5:45 4:45 5:00

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

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

6:00 8:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

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

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


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

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

FAMOUS FIVE: FIVE HAVE A MYSTERY TO SOLVE (U) 93m

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2013 Fri 1

Sat 2

SAT 2, 1.45PM THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

Dir: Andy Capper United States 2012 98m

Dir: Danny Boyle United Kingdom 2013 101m

With English Subtitles

This intimate documentary follows hip hop legend Snoop Dogg as he undergoes a spiritual odyssey/career reinvention in Jamaica and emerges as the rechristened “Snoop Lion.”

Starring: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson

Dir: Francois Ozon France 2012 RT TBC

Lord Sir Danny of Boyle, as we must call him following his Olympics triumph, is returning to his core job of making films with Trance, a psychological thriller about a fine art auctioneer, mixed up with a criminal gang, who join forces with a hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. Boyle reunites with screenwriter John Hodges and frequent musical collaborators Underworld, who composed the score. Can it match up to his Olympics opening ceremony, or his much-lauded theatrical production of Frankenstein? In Boyle we trust.

Starring: Kristin Scott Thomas, Fabrice Luchini

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

STOKER (18)

SIDE EFFECTS (15)

ROBOT & FRANK (12A)

BEYOND THE HILLS (12A)

ARBITRAGE (15)

THE SESSIONS (15)

REINCARNATED (15)

Dir: Chanwook Park United States 2013 98m

Dir: Steven Soderbergh United States 2012

Dir: Jake Schreier United States 2012 89m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Nicholas Jarecki United States 2012

Dir: Ben Lewin United States 2012 93m

Starring: Matthew Goode, Nicole Kidman,

106m

Starring: Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon

Dir: Cristian Mungiu Romania 2012 152m

107m

Starring: Helen Hunt, John Hawkes

Mia Wasikowska

Starring: Jude Law, Channing Tatum,

Starring: Cristina Flutur, Cosmina Stratan

Starring: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon

Stoker is an unmissable work from Park Chan-wook, the cult director of Oldboy and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance. There are echoes of Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt in the story of India Stoker, a young woman devastated by the death of her father. Then Uncle Charlie arrives to spend quality time with India and her fragile mother Evie. India’s instincts tell her that the mysterious Charlie should not be taken at face value and yet she becomes increasingly infatuated with him in a twisted thriller that is not for the fainthearted. Glasgow Film Festival

In the tradition of Hitchcock, Side Effects is a psychological thriller/whodunnit, starring Rooney Mara as a woman whose dependence on a new medication for anxiety prescribed by her psychiatrist (Jude Law) unravels the life she shares with her husband (Channing Tatum). Soon a chain of events are set in motion that lead to murder and paranoia, with more than one unexpected twist along the way. The film also stars Catherine ZetaJones.

Set in the near future, Frank, a retired cat burglar, has two grown kids who are concerned he can no longer live alone. Against the old man’s wishes, Frank’s son buys him a walking, talking robot, programmed to improve his physical and mental health. What follows is an often hilarious and somewhat heart-breaking story. Doha Film Institute

Palme d’Or winner Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days) returns with this magisterial drama about a young Romanian woman who sets out to retrieve her childhood friend from her “captivity” in a remote Romanian monastery, and soon comes into violent conflict with the archaic strictures of this traditional community.

A guilty-pleasure thriller for these tough economic times. Richard Gere stars as Robert Miller, a billionaire hedge-fund magnate who juggles fraud, an affair, and the aftermath of a deadly accident. Writer and documentarian Nicholas Jarecki shows great command of tone in his directing debut.

Confined to an iron lung, Mark seeks to lose his virginity and employs a sex surrogate to help him do this. A poignant story that transforms a potentially confronting subject into a warm, compelling film. LFF

Rooney Mara

CONTINUING INTO MARCH CLOUD ATLAS (15) 172m SONG FOR MARION (PG) 93m LORE (15) 109m TO THE WONDER (12A) 113m

BABELDOM (15)

Dir: Lisa Barros United Kingdom 2013 103m Starring: Richard Dormer, Dylan Moran

Good Vibrations charts the life story of Terri Hooley, the DJ and record store owner who was instrumental in bringing the punk movement to Belfast and The Undertones to the world. The music is iconic, the story inspirational and the man unique. QFT

With English Subtitles

Dir: Paul Bush United Kingdom 2012 80m

In his debut feature film, award-winning British experimental animator and filmmaker Paul Bush presents an elegy to urban life. Against the backdrop of a city of the future, a portrait is assembled from film shot all around the world and collected from the most recent research in science, technology and architecture.

Rory Kinnear

The debut feature from award-winning theatre director Rufus Norris, Broken is a powerful drama featuring an outstanding ensemble cast. LFF

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15)

FROM FRI 22

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) IN THE LOUNGE

MON 11, 6.15PM SCREEN 4 INTRODUCTION & Q&A We are pleased to welcome Director Paul Bush who will be participating in a post-screening Q&A.

IN THE LOUNGE

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8 FROM FRI 15

Dir: Carlos Reygadas Mexico 2012 115m Starring: Nathalia Acevedo,

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45 (U)

Adolfo Jimenez Castro

Maverick director Carlos Reygadas (Japón, Silent Light) has created one of the most challenging and indelible films of the year. Post Tenebras Lux (‘After Darkness, Light’) is a disorienting, kaleidoscopic and stunningly-filmed vision of a family torn between tenderness and violence that won the filmmaker Best Director at Cannes.

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2013 98m

1945 was a pivotal year in British history. The unity that carried Britain through the war allied to the bitter memories of the inter-war years led to a vision of a better society. Director Ken Loach has used film from Britain’s regional and national archives, alongside sound recordings and contemporary interviews to create a rich political and social narrative. The Spirit of ‘45 hopes to illuminate and celebrate a period of unprecedented community spirit in the UK, the impact of which endured for many years and which may yet be rediscovered today.

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See Feb brochure or web for details.

91m

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

SAT 9, 2.15PM This enchanting animated comedy that explains why beasties haunt the sleep of children returns in 3D.

BALLYMUN LULLABY (12A) Dir: Frank Berry Ireland 2011 72m

FROM FRI 29 FROM FRI 29

SAT 16, 2.30PM A musical documentary that follows music teacher on his journey to create a collection of music that gives a voice to the young people of working-class Ballymun in Dublin. Your heart will be thoroughly warmed and inspired!

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D)

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U)

Dir: Sam Raimi United States 2013 RT TBC

Dir: Andrew Stanton United States 2013 104m

Starring: Rachel Weisz, James Franco

Pixar’s Academy Award®-winning, beloved modern classic - about an overprotective clownfish’s quest to find his missing son - is given a dazzling 3D makeover. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

This fantastical adventure imagines the origins of L. Frank Baum’s beloved wizard character. A small-time circus magician is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz, where he is reluctantly drawn into the epic problems facing the inhabitants. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

FINDING NEMO

GOOD VIBRATIONS

POST TENEBRAS LUX

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

BABELDOM

BROKEN

The Famous Five are asked to look after Wilfred, a lonely orphan with a magical ability to communicate with animals...

MONSTERS INC (3D) (U)

Empire

FRI 29, FROM 9PM, CAFEBAR DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

Leeds Film Festival

Germain is a French teacher who is frustrated with the work of his students, with the exception of shy Claude and his almost voyeuristic writing gifts. Both disturbed and fascinated by Claude’s essays about secretly entering the home of his classmate Raphael, Germain encourages his star student’s storytelling and the assignments steer increasingly out of control… Kristin Scott Thomas and Emmanuelle Seigner star in the new film from French auteur François Ozon (8 Women, Potiche).

LORE (15) 95m

Sun 3

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m TUE 12, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Famous Five: Five Have a Mystery to Solve U p4 Met Opera Live: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10 DJ Night - Cafebar Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Pretty In Pink 15 p10 Met Opera Encore: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10

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Sun 10

Mon 11

5:45 8:15

Tue 12

1:45 5:00

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3:15

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6:00 4:00 4:30 6:15

8:30 7:30 8:45 7:45

Wed 13

2:00

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

Tue 5

Wed 6

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

(U) 98m

With English Subtitles

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

SAT 23, 2.30PM Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination. [Part of Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme]

ARBITRAGE (15) 107m THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

DON’T MISS FINDING NEMO (3D) OR OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D) OVER EASTER! See page 3 for details.

Thu 7

MONSTERS INC (2D) (U)

Fri 8

91m

SAT 9, 12.15PM See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Sat 9

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Fire in the Blood 15 p11

12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:00

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Babeldom + Director's Q&A 15 p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Robot & Frank Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p1

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

5:45 3:45 3:15

6:30 5:30

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

Wed 20

Thu 21

6:00

4:15 3:15

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

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Fri 22

10:30 1:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

3:00

3:15

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

8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 Sat 23

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45

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

Fri 15

5:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Adam Buxton: The Best of BUG - SOLD OUT

3:15

6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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

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

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Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

8:45 8:00

Sun 24

3:30 8:15

Sat 16

5:45 6:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

Stoker 18 p1 3:15 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web 3:30 To the Wonder 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Lore 15 See web Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Monsters Inc (3D) U p4 Monsters Inc (2D) Supportive Environment Screening U p4

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Dirty Dancing 15 p10

12:00 Thu 14

Mon 4

06

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9:00 8:30 7:30 8:00 8:15

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Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Live: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Ballymun Lullaby 12A p4

12:30 12:45 1:15

4:00

Mon 18

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 + Live By Satellite Q&A Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Encore: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

1:45

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6:30 5:30

8:45 8:00 Tue 26

12:00 5:45 2:45 3:15

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8:30 7:45 8:45 8:00 Wed 27

Tue 19

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 10:30 1:30 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 4:15 Robot & Frank 12A p1 3:15 National Theatre Live: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

5:45

8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 The Sessions 15 p2 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Rebirth 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 Cine-bar: RoboCop Cafebar from 10.30PM

5:45 5:30 4:45

3:15 3:00

Fri 29

7:00

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

2:45

Thu 28

Sat 30

5:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 12:30 3:00 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Mai Mai Miracle 12A p8 2:30 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 4:45 National Theatre Encore: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 7:45

6:00

8:30

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 1:30 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Kaidan Horror Classics 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 National Theatre Encore: People 12A p10 12:00 The Lacemakers… + Director's Introduction U p11 4:00 Everyday 15 p11 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 2:00

5:45 6:30 4:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Beasts of the Southern Wild 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Blossoming… 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15

5:45

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6:30 5:00

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Amour 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Hula Girls 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Acoustic Routes 12A p11 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM

3:15 2:00

Arbitrage 15 p2 Argo 15 p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Bubble Fiction 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15 2:30

Sun 31

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

Arbitrage 15 p2 3:15 Silver Linings Playbook 15 p9 2:15 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Neil Young - Journeys PG p11 Arbitrage Silver Screen Shows 15 p2 10:30 1:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web DJ Night - Cafebar from 9PM

5:45 6:00

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TIME TBC

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web Live Latin Jazz: Malindy Cafebar from 10.30PM

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

5:45 6:00

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5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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Sun 17

SUN 17, FROM 3PM There’ll be a live by satellite postscreening Q&A with Ken Loach after the 3PM screening.

CLOUD ATLAS SONG FOR MARION

IN THE HOUSE (CERT TBC)

FROM FRI 22

Starring: Tim Roth, Cillain Murphy,

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TRANCE (15)

FROM FRI 15

Dir: Rufus Norris United Kingdom 2012 91m

MARCH 2013

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

FROM FRI 8

BROKEN (15)

SIDE EFFECTS BROKEN ROBOT & FRANK ARBITRAGE TRANCE GOOD VIBRATIONS

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

STOKER

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 1

05

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

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

6:00 8:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

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

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


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2013

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.30 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

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

FAMOUS FIVE: FIVE HAVE A MYSTERY TO SOLVE (U) 93m

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2013 Fri 1

Sat 2

SAT 2, 1.45PM THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page ? for details.

Dir: Andy Capper United States 2012 98m

Dir: Danny Boyle United Kingdom 2013 101m

With English Subtitles

This intimate documentary follows hip hop legend Snoop Dogg as he undergoes a spiritual odyssey/career reinvention in Jamaica and emerges as the rechristened “Snoop Lion.”

Starring: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson

Dir: Francois Ozon France 2012 RT TBC

Lord Sir Danny of Boyle, as we must call him following his Olympics triumph, is returning to his core job of making films with Trance, a psychological thriller about a fine art auctioneer, mixed up with a criminal gang, who join forces with a hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. Boyle reunites with screenwriter John Hodges and frequent musical collaborators Underworld, who composed the score. Can it match up to his Olympics opening ceremony, or his much-lauded theatrical production of Frankenstein? In Boyle we trust.

Starring: Kristin Scott Thomas, Fabrice Luchini

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

STOKER (18)

SIDE EFFECTS (15)

ROBOT & FRANK (12A)

BEYOND THE HILLS (12A)

ARBITRAGE (15)

THE SESSIONS (15)

REINCARNATED (15)

Dir: Chanwook Park United States 2013 98m

Dir: Steven Soderbergh United States 2012

Dir: Jake Schreier United States 2012 89m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Nicholas Jarecki United States 2012

Dir: Ben Lewin United States 2012 93m

Starring: Matthew Goode, Nicole Kidman,

106m

Starring: Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon

Dir: Cristian Mungiu Romania 2012 152m

107m

Starring: Helen Hunt, John Hawkes

Mia Wasikowska

Starring: Jude Law, Channing Tatum,

Starring: Cristina Flutur, Cosmina Stratan

Starring: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon

Stoker is an unmissable work from Park Chan-wook, the cult director of Oldboy and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance. There are echoes of Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt in the story of India Stoker, a young woman devastated by the death of her father. Then Uncle Charlie arrives to spend quality time with India and her fragile mother Evie. India’s instincts tell her that the mysterious Charlie should not be taken at face value and yet she becomes increasingly infatuated with him in a twisted thriller that is not for the fainthearted. Glasgow Film Festival

In the tradition of Hitchcock, Side Effects is a psychological thriller/whodunnit, starring Rooney Mara as a woman whose dependence on a new medication for anxiety prescribed by her psychiatrist (Jude Law) unravels the life she shares with her husband (Channing Tatum). Soon a chain of events are set in motion that lead to murder and paranoia, with more than one unexpected twist along the way. The film also stars Catherine ZetaJones.

Set in the near future, Frank, a retired cat burglar, has two grown kids who are concerned he can no longer live alone. Against the old man’s wishes, Frank’s son buys him a walking, talking robot, programmed to improve his physical and mental health. What follows is an often hilarious and somewhat heart-breaking story. Doha Film Institute

Palme d’Or winner Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days) returns with this magisterial drama about a young Romanian woman who sets out to retrieve her childhood friend from her “captivity” in a remote Romanian monastery, and soon comes into violent conflict with the archaic strictures of this traditional community.

A guilty-pleasure thriller for these tough economic times. Richard Gere stars as Robert Miller, a billionaire hedge-fund magnate who juggles fraud, an affair, and the aftermath of a deadly accident. Writer and documentarian Nicholas Jarecki shows great command of tone in his directing debut.

Confined to an iron lung, Mark seeks to lose his virginity and employs a sex surrogate to help him do this. A poignant story that transforms a potentially confronting subject into a warm, compelling film. LFF

Rooney Mara

CONTINUING INTO MARCH CLOUD ATLAS (15) 172m SONG FOR MARION (PG) 93m LORE (15) 109m TO THE WONDER (12A) 113m

BABELDOM (15)

Dir: Lisa Barros United Kingdom 2013 103m Starring: Richard Dormer, Dylan Moran

Good Vibrations charts the life story of Terri Hooley, the DJ and record store owner who was instrumental in bringing the punk movement to Belfast and The Undertones to the world. The music is iconic, the story inspirational and the man unique. QFT

With English Subtitles

Dir: Paul Bush United Kingdom 2012 80m

In his debut feature film, award-winning British experimental animator and filmmaker Paul Bush presents an elegy to urban life. Against the backdrop of a city of the future, a portrait is assembled from film shot all around the world and collected from the most recent research in science, technology and architecture.

Rory Kinnear

The debut feature from award-winning theatre director Rufus Norris, Broken is a powerful drama featuring an outstanding ensemble cast. LFF

GOOD VIBRATIONS (15)

FROM FRI 22

POST TENEBRAS LUX (18) IN THE LOUNGE

MON 11, 6.15PM SCREEN 4 INTRODUCTION & Q&A We are pleased to welcome Director Paul Bush who will be participating in a post-screening Q&A.

IN THE LOUNGE

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8 FROM FRI 15

Dir: Carlos Reygadas Mexico 2012 115m Starring: Nathalia Acevedo,

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45 (U)

Adolfo Jimenez Castro

Maverick director Carlos Reygadas (Japón, Silent Light) has created one of the most challenging and indelible films of the year. Post Tenebras Lux (‘After Darkness, Light’) is a disorienting, kaleidoscopic and stunningly-filmed vision of a family torn between tenderness and violence that won the filmmaker Best Director at Cannes.

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2013 98m

1945 was a pivotal year in British history. The unity that carried Britain through the war allied to the bitter memories of the inter-war years led to a vision of a better society. Director Ken Loach has used film from Britain’s regional and national archives, alongside sound recordings and contemporary interviews to create a rich political and social narrative. The Spirit of ‘45 hopes to illuminate and celebrate a period of unprecedented community spirit in the UK, the impact of which endured for many years and which may yet be rediscovered today.

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See Feb brochure or web for details.

91m

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

SAT 9, 2.15PM This enchanting animated comedy that explains why beasties haunt the sleep of children returns in 3D.

BALLYMUN LULLABY (12A) Dir: Frank Berry Ireland 2011 72m

FROM FRI 29 FROM FRI 29

SAT 16, 2.30PM A musical documentary that follows music teacher on his journey to create a collection of music that gives a voice to the young people of working-class Ballymun in Dublin. Your heart will be thoroughly warmed and inspired!

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D)

FINDING NEMO (3D) (U)

Dir: Sam Raimi United States 2013 RT TBC

Dir: Andrew Stanton United States 2013 104m

Starring: Rachel Weisz, James Franco

Pixar’s Academy Award®-winning, beloved modern classic - about an overprotective clownfish’s quest to find his missing son - is given a dazzling 3D makeover. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

This fantastical adventure imagines the origins of L. Frank Baum’s beloved wizard character. A small-time circus magician is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz, where he is reluctantly drawn into the epic problems facing the inhabitants. NORMAL TICKET PRICES APPLY

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

FINDING NEMO

GOOD VIBRATIONS

POST TENEBRAS LUX

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

BABELDOM

BROKEN

The Famous Five are asked to look after Wilfred, a lonely orphan with a magical ability to communicate with animals...

MONSTERS INC (3D) (U)

Empire

FRI 29, FROM 9PM, CAFEBAR DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

Leeds Film Festival

Germain is a French teacher who is frustrated with the work of his students, with the exception of shy Claude and his almost voyeuristic writing gifts. Both disturbed and fascinated by Claude’s essays about secretly entering the home of his classmate Raphael, Germain encourages his star student’s storytelling and the assignments steer increasingly out of control… Kristin Scott Thomas and Emmanuelle Seigner star in the new film from French auteur François Ozon (8 Women, Potiche).

LORE (15) 95m

Sun 3

ROBOT & FRANK (12A) 89m TUE 12, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 1 for details.

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Famous Five: Five Have a Mystery to Solve U p4 Met Opera Live: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10 DJ Night - Cafebar Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Pretty In Pink 15 p10 Met Opera Encore: Wagner's Parsifal 12A p10

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1:45 5:00

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6:00 4:00 4:30 6:15

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Wed 13

2:00

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

Tue 5

Wed 6

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

(U) 98m

With English Subtitles

THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

SAT 23, 2.30PM Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination. [Part of Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme]

ARBITRAGE (15) 107m THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM See page 2 for details.

DON’T MISS FINDING NEMO (3D) OR OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (3D) OVER EASTER! See page 3 for details.

Thu 7

MONSTERS INC (2D) (U)

Fri 8

91m

SAT 9, 12.15PM See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Sat 9

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Fire in the Blood 15 p11

12:30 3:00 1:30 3:45 4:15 1:15 3:15 2:00

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Babeldom + Director's Q&A 15 p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Robot & Frank Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p1

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

5:45 3:45 3:15

6:30 5:30

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

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

Wed 20

Thu 21

6:00

4:15 3:15

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

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Fri 22

10:30 1:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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3:15

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8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 Sat 23

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Fri 15

5:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web Adam Buxton: The Best of BUG - SOLD OUT

3:15

6:00 4:00

8:30 7:30

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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

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Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

8:45 8:00

Sun 24

3:30 8:15

Sat 16

5:45 6:30

Stoker 18 p1 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web To the Wonder 12A See web Lore 15 See web

3:15 3:30

6:00 4:00 5:45 5:30

Stoker 18 p1 3:15 Cloud Atlas 15 See web Song for Marion PG See web 3:30 To the Wonder 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Lore 15 See web Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Monsters Inc (3D) U p4 Monsters Inc (2D) Supportive Environment Screening U p4

Side Effects 15 p1 Stoker 18 p1 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Dirty Dancing 15 p10

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Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Live: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Ballymun Lullaby 12A p4

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Mon 18

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 + Live By Satellite Q&A Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1 Met Opera Encore: Zondonai's Francesca Di Rimini 12A p10 Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

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12:00 5:45 2:45 3:15

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8:30 7:45 8:45 8:00 Wed 27

Tue 19

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 Robot & Frank 12A p1

5:45 2:45 3:15

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

Side Effects 15 p1 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 10:30 1:30 The Spirit of '45 p2 Broken 15 p1 4:15 Robot & Frank 12A p1 3:15 National Theatre Live: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

5:45

8:30 7:45

6:30 5:30

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 The Sessions 15 p2 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Rebirth 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 Cine-bar: RoboCop Cafebar from 10.30PM

5:45 5:30 4:45

3:15 3:00

Fri 29

7:00

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

2:45

Thu 28

Sat 30

5:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 12:30 3:00 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Mai Mai Miracle 12A p8 2:30 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 4:45 National Theatre Encore: People - SOLD OUT 12A p10 1:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 7:45

6:00

8:30

Arbitrage 15 p2 12:45 3:15 The Sessions 15 p2 1:30 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Kaidan Horror Classics 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 National Theatre Encore: People 12A p10 12:00 The Lacemakers… + Director's Introduction U p11 4:00 Everyday 15 p11 Life of Pi (3D) PG p9 2:00

5:45 6:30 4:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Beasts of the Southern Wild 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 The Blossoming… 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15

5:45

8:15

2:45

6:30 5:00

8:45

Arbitrage 15 p2 Amour 12A p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Hula Girls 12A p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Acoustic Routes 12A p11 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM

3:15 2:00

Arbitrage 15 p2 Argo 15 p9 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Bubble Fiction 15 p8 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2

3:15 2:30

Sun 31

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

Arbitrage 15 p2 3:15 Silver Linings Playbook 15 p9 2:15 Beyond the Hills 12A p2 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Neil Young - Journeys PG p11 Arbitrage Silver Screen Shows 15 p2 10:30 1:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web DJ Night - Cafebar from 9PM

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30

8:00

3:00 3:30

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

12:30 2:45

TIME TBC

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web Live Latin Jazz: Malindy Cafebar from 10.30PM

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

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

Trance 15 p3 Good Vibrations 15 p3 Finding Nemo (3D) U p3 Oz - The Great and Powerful (3D) p3 In the House p3 Post Tenebras Lux 18 p2 Film TBC - See Web

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

2:45

5:45 6:00

8:15 8:30

5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

2:45

6:00

2:30 Mon 25

Sun 17

SUN 17, FROM 3PM There’ll be a live by satellite postscreening Q&A with Ken Loach after the 3PM screening.

CLOUD ATLAS SONG FOR MARION

IN THE HOUSE (CERT TBC)

FROM FRI 22

Starring: Tim Roth, Cillain Murphy,

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

TRANCE (15)

FROM FRI 15

Dir: Rufus Norris United Kingdom 2012 91m

MARCH 2013

THE IMPOSSIBLE (12A) 114m

FROM FRI 8

BROKEN (15)

SIDE EFFECTS BROKEN ROBOT & FRANK ARBITRAGE TRANCE GOOD VIBRATIONS

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 8

STOKER

FROM FRI 29

FROM FRI 1

05

5:45 2:45 3:15

5:15 6:30 5:30

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

6:00 5:45 4:45 5:00

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

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

6:00 8:30

5:45 4:45 5:00 6:00

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

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


BROADWAY BITES

Reinventing the Past Through the Eyes of Japanese Contemporary Filmmakers. This season showcases a series of works from directors who all share the same aspiration to reinterpret and relive moments of times gone by through a variety of genres, styles and tones.

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

FRI 22 - WED 27

FRI 29, FROM 9PM

AMOUR (12A)

ARGO (15)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ang Lee United States 2012 127m

With English subtitles

Dir: Ben Affleck United States 2012 120m

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

Dir: Sang-il Lee Japan 2006 110m

Starring: Irrfan Khan

Dir: Michael Haneke France 2012 127m

Starring: John Goodman, Bryan Cranston,

Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination.

A declining mining town has the idea of opening a Hawaiian leisure centre for regeneration, inviting local girls to become its glamorous hula dancers.

Imagination and cutting-edge technology combine to maximum effect to tell the story of a young Indian boy who survives a shipwreck and 227-day journey aboard a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger as his fearsome companion.

Starring: Isabelle Huppert,

Ben Affleck

Jean- Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva

Funny and nail-bitingly tense, the film tells the true story of how a CIA “exfilt” man helped smuggle six U.S. embassy employees out of Iran in 1980 by passing them off as a film crew.

MON 25, 2.45PM, 6.30PM & 8.45PM

REBIRTH (15)

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD (12A)

A special FREE CineBar screening of the uncut version of the almost impossible to remake masterpiece from the director of Showgirls and Basic Instinct. A night of 80's nostalgia, music & robots... Get here early: you have 20 seconds to comply.

Dir: Benh Zeitlin United States 2012 93m Starring: Levy Easterly, Dwight Henry,

WED 27, 8PM

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS (15)

BUBBLE FICTION (15)

BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ

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

Kneel Before Zod return with more testing trivia. Nottingham's premier 'obscure cinema renegades' are offering up a bevy of amazing prizes and a chance to have your name lovingly scrawled on the KBZ memorial trophy. £1 a head to join in. www.broadway.org.uk/quiz http://knlbfrzd.wordpress.com

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA (12A) With English Subtitles

In this arresting work of fantastical realism, writer/director/composer Benh Zeitlin conjures a startling, triumphant vision of a childhood at the edge of the natural world.

Dir: Howard Deutch United States 1986 93m

Dir: Emile Ardolino United States 1987 100m

Starring: Molly Ringwald

Starring: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey

John Hughes crafts an exemplary ‘80s Brat Pack romance out of the Cinderella story.

A teenage girl learns about love, adult responsibility, and how to do The Dirty Boogie in this hit romance from the 80s.

340m

Dir: David O Russell United States 2012 122m

(12A) 237m

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence,

Zandonai’s compelling opera, inspired by an episode from Dante’s Inferno, returns in the Met’s ravishingly beautiful production, last seen in 1986. Dramatic soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek and tenor Marcello Giordani are the doomed lovers.

Robert De Niro

Recently released after a stint at a psychiatric facility, Pat attempts to acclimatise back into his parents’ home and win back his estranged wife. Into his orbit flies Tiffany, an equally volatile young widow with an offer to help Pat get Nikki back… with a price.

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

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL

TUE 26, 8.30PM

FIRE IN THE BLOOD (15)

ACOUSTIC ROUTES (15)

Dir: Dylan Mohan Gray India 2012 84m

An intricate tale of “medicine, monopoly and malice”, Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of the global south in the years after 1996 - causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths - and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.

PRESENTS SUN 24, 6PM

EVERYDAY (15) Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom 2012 90m Starring: John Simm, Shirley Henderson

Michael Winterbottom’s delicate new film tells the story of four young children growing up with their mother while their father is in prison.

Dir: Jan Leman United Kingdom 1992 102m

This acclaimed music film documentary tells the story of seminal guitarist and singer Bert Jansch, from his early days in Edinburgh, to becoming the acoustic guitarist that everyone wanted to be. His music had a profound influence on a generation of musicians including Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Neil Young, and it still inspires today’s generation of guitarists and singers.

THU 21, 7PM SOLD OUT ENCORES SAT 23, 1PM SOLD OUT & SUN 24, 12 NOON

PEOPLE (12A) 180m Award-winning writer Alan Bennett is reunited with director Nicholas Hytner and Olivier Award-winning actress Frances de la Tour, with whom he worked on The History Boys and The Habit of Art. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

We are pleased to welcome Edward Jarvis and Robert Lindsay to introduce this special screening. All tickets £3.50

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

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

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

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

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

Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

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GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance.

Dir: Edward Jarvis United Kingdom 2013 81m

Lace built the city of Nottingham and many of the surrounding towns and villages; it also provided jobs for the men and women who lived there. Yet today this once mighty industry has largely disappeared from the western world. BAFTA nominated filmmaker and award winning journalist Edward Jarvis pieces together the story from what’s left of the industry and its dwindling band of survivors. The film is part of Nottingham Trent University’s Lace: Here and Now season and is narrated by the BAFTA, Tony and three-times Olivier winning actor Robert Lindsay.

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

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL

THE LACEMAKERS: THE FORGOTTEN STORY OF ENGLISH LACE (U)

Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of the innocent who finds wisdom in François Girard’s new vision for Wagner’s final masterpiece.

ZANDONAI’S FRANCESCA DA RIMINI

MON 4, 5.30PM

SUN 24, 4PM

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL (12A)

SAT 16, 4PM & ENCORE SUN 17, 12NOON

SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK (15)

HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY TO LAURIE-ANNE, LOTS OF LOVE

SAT 2, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 3, 12NOON

THU 28, 2.15PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

Dir: Kazuo Kuroki Japan 2006 119m

A tragic wartime love story between country girl Etsuko and a pilot sent on a suicide mission in Kuroki’s final work.

DIRTY DANCING (12A)

THU 28, 8.30PM

NEIL YOUNG JOURNEYS (PG) Dir: Jonathan Demme United States 2011 87m

Neil Young brings his latest solo tour to Toronto, the city of his birth, to promote his album Le Noise. This documentary intercuts performances from the concert including the classics ‘Ohio’ and ‘I Believe In You’ with revealing behind the scenes footage of the singer revisiting the rural town of Omemee. As Young drives around this close-knit community in a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, he reminisces about the people who shaped his formative years.

CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

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

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

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FLETCHER GATE

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LACE MARKET CAR PARK

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Dir: Yasuo Baba Japan 2007 116m

Mayumi, a ditzy bar hostess, returns to 1990 via a time traveling washing machine in an attempt to prevent Japan’s ‘bubble’ economy from bursting.

PRETTY IN PINK (15)

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EY

With English Subtitles Japan 2010 121m

SUN 10, 2PM

ON

QUIZZES

TUE 26, FROM 8.30PM

With English Subtitles

Three haunting literary classics reinterpreted and revived by three of Japan’s most masterful directors, Shinya Tsukamoto, Sang-il Lee and Hirokazu Kore-eda.

MON 25, 8PM THU 21, FROM 8.45PM

Quvenzhane Wallis

SUN 24, 7.45PM

SUN 3, 2PM

ST

This screening launches Cinema Diabolique - a regular collaboration between Kino Klubb, Mayhem and Kneel Before Zod to bring you alternative screenings of cult classics, new releases and film fun throughout the year. www.facebook.com/CinemaDiabolique

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50

TO ALL THE HENS TO AID YOUR RECOVERY, LOVE ALI

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

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

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

ROBOCOP (18) 98m

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

ST CLUMBER

FILM

FRI 22, 10.30PM

Haneke turns his careful gaze on an elderly, cultured French couple in their eighties. When she goes into hospital for a minor operation, it sets her on a downward slope of decreased mobility and creeping senility. Painful to watch, but arrestingly truthful.

13

ST

Abducted as a baby, Erina discovers the truth about her past in this critically acclaimed drama.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 22, 7.45PM

Dir: Izuru Narushima Japan 2011 147m

WED 27, 2.30PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

LIFE OF PI (3D) (12A)

With English Subtitles

Come and enjoy this 6 piece Latin jazz band, all about the rhythm and deep grooves...

11

ST ON MILT

MALINDY

TUE 26, 2PM, 4.45PM & 7.45PM

HULA GIRLS (12A)

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS

SAT 30, 10.30PM TILL LATE

FRI 22 - SUN 24

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

REBIRTH

DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION

GOOD VIBRATIONS

MUSIC

Bring a tune or two and take control of the decks at this democratic disco. It's a pick and mix party with your host DJ Double Denim. www.hellothor.com www.broadway.org.uk/music

TUE 26, 8PM

SAT 23, 2.30PM

To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

MY MOVIE

SOME CONTENDERS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED IN 2012...

MARCH 2013

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

To complement the Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme we’ll have Japanese food on the specials menu.

HELLO THOR PRESENTS: RECORD ROULETTE

OSCAR CATCH-UP

10

MARCH 2013

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

JAPANESE MENU

SAT 2, FROM 9PM

THE JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING PROGRAMME

09

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

ONCE UPON A TIME IN JAPAN

MARCH 2013

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MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

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HULA GIRLS

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2013

BUBBLE FICTION

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

MAI MAI MIRACLE

MARCH 2013

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

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


BROADWAY BITES

Reinventing the Past Through the Eyes of Japanese Contemporary Filmmakers. This season showcases a series of works from directors who all share the same aspiration to reinterpret and relive moments of times gone by through a variety of genres, styles and tones.

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

FRI 22 - WED 27

FRI 29, FROM 9PM

AMOUR (12A)

ARGO (15)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ang Lee United States 2012 127m

With English subtitles

Dir: Ben Affleck United States 2012 120m

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

Dir: Sang-il Lee Japan 2006 110m

Starring: Irrfan Khan

Dir: Michael Haneke France 2012 127m

Starring: John Goodman, Bryan Cranston,

Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination.

A declining mining town has the idea of opening a Hawaiian leisure centre for regeneration, inviting local girls to become its glamorous hula dancers.

Imagination and cutting-edge technology combine to maximum effect to tell the story of a young Indian boy who survives a shipwreck and 227-day journey aboard a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger as his fearsome companion.

Starring: Isabelle Huppert,

Ben Affleck

Jean- Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva

Funny and nail-bitingly tense, the film tells the true story of how a CIA “exfilt” man helped smuggle six U.S. embassy employees out of Iran in 1980 by passing them off as a film crew.

MON 25, 2.45PM, 6.30PM & 8.45PM

REBIRTH (15)

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD (12A)

A special FREE CineBar screening of the uncut version of the almost impossible to remake masterpiece from the director of Showgirls and Basic Instinct. A night of 80's nostalgia, music & robots... Get here early: you have 20 seconds to comply.

Dir: Benh Zeitlin United States 2012 93m Starring: Levy Easterly, Dwight Henry,

WED 27, 8PM

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS (15)

BUBBLE FICTION (15)

BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ

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

Kneel Before Zod return with more testing trivia. Nottingham's premier 'obscure cinema renegades' are offering up a bevy of amazing prizes and a chance to have your name lovingly scrawled on the KBZ memorial trophy. £1 a head to join in. www.broadway.org.uk/quiz http://knlbfrzd.wordpress.com

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA (12A) With English Subtitles

In this arresting work of fantastical realism, writer/director/composer Benh Zeitlin conjures a startling, triumphant vision of a childhood at the edge of the natural world.

Dir: Howard Deutch United States 1986 93m

Dir: Emile Ardolino United States 1987 100m

Starring: Molly Ringwald

Starring: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey

John Hughes crafts an exemplary ‘80s Brat Pack romance out of the Cinderella story.

A teenage girl learns about love, adult responsibility, and how to do The Dirty Boogie in this hit romance from the 80s.

340m

Dir: David O Russell United States 2012 122m

(12A) 237m

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence,

Zandonai’s compelling opera, inspired by an episode from Dante’s Inferno, returns in the Met’s ravishingly beautiful production, last seen in 1986. Dramatic soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek and tenor Marcello Giordani are the doomed lovers.

Robert De Niro

Recently released after a stint at a psychiatric facility, Pat attempts to acclimatise back into his parents’ home and win back his estranged wife. Into his orbit flies Tiffany, an equally volatile young widow with an offer to help Pat get Nikki back… with a price.

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

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL

TUE 26, 8.30PM

FIRE IN THE BLOOD (15)

ACOUSTIC ROUTES (15)

Dir: Dylan Mohan Gray India 2012 84m

An intricate tale of “medicine, monopoly and malice”, Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of the global south in the years after 1996 - causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths - and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.

PRESENTS SUN 24, 6PM

EVERYDAY (15) Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom 2012 90m Starring: John Simm, Shirley Henderson

Michael Winterbottom’s delicate new film tells the story of four young children growing up with their mother while their father is in prison.

Dir: Jan Leman United Kingdom 1992 102m

This acclaimed music film documentary tells the story of seminal guitarist and singer Bert Jansch, from his early days in Edinburgh, to becoming the acoustic guitarist that everyone wanted to be. His music had a profound influence on a generation of musicians including Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Neil Young, and it still inspires today’s generation of guitarists and singers.

THU 21, 7PM SOLD OUT ENCORES SAT 23, 1PM SOLD OUT & SUN 24, 12 NOON

PEOPLE (12A) 180m Award-winning writer Alan Bennett is reunited with director Nicholas Hytner and Olivier Award-winning actress Frances de la Tour, with whom he worked on The History Boys and The Habit of Art. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

We are pleased to welcome Edward Jarvis and Robert Lindsay to introduce this special screening. All tickets £3.50

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

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

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

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

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

Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

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GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance.

Dir: Edward Jarvis United Kingdom 2013 81m

Lace built the city of Nottingham and many of the surrounding towns and villages; it also provided jobs for the men and women who lived there. Yet today this once mighty industry has largely disappeared from the western world. BAFTA nominated filmmaker and award winning journalist Edward Jarvis pieces together the story from what’s left of the industry and its dwindling band of survivors. The film is part of Nottingham Trent University’s Lace: Here and Now season and is narrated by the BAFTA, Tony and three-times Olivier winning actor Robert Lindsay.

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

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL

THE LACEMAKERS: THE FORGOTTEN STORY OF ENGLISH LACE (U)

Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of the innocent who finds wisdom in François Girard’s new vision for Wagner’s final masterpiece.

ZANDONAI’S FRANCESCA DA RIMINI

MON 4, 5.30PM

SUN 24, 4PM

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL (12A)

SAT 16, 4PM & ENCORE SUN 17, 12NOON

SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK (15)

HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY TO LAURIE-ANNE, LOTS OF LOVE

SAT 2, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 3, 12NOON

THU 28, 2.15PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

Dir: Kazuo Kuroki Japan 2006 119m

A tragic wartime love story between country girl Etsuko and a pilot sent on a suicide mission in Kuroki’s final work.

DIRTY DANCING (12A)

THU 28, 8.30PM

NEIL YOUNG JOURNEYS (PG) Dir: Jonathan Demme United States 2011 87m

Neil Young brings his latest solo tour to Toronto, the city of his birth, to promote his album Le Noise. This documentary intercuts performances from the concert including the classics ‘Ohio’ and ‘I Believe In You’ with revealing behind the scenes footage of the singer revisiting the rural town of Omemee. As Young drives around this close-knit community in a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, he reminisces about the people who shaped his formative years.

CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

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

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

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FLETCHER GATE

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LACE MARKET CAR PARK

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Dir: Yasuo Baba Japan 2007 116m

Mayumi, a ditzy bar hostess, returns to 1990 via a time traveling washing machine in an attempt to prevent Japan’s ‘bubble’ economy from bursting.

PRETTY IN PINK (15)

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EY

With English Subtitles Japan 2010 121m

SUN 10, 2PM

ON

QUIZZES

TUE 26, FROM 8.30PM

With English Subtitles

Three haunting literary classics reinterpreted and revived by three of Japan’s most masterful directors, Shinya Tsukamoto, Sang-il Lee and Hirokazu Kore-eda.

MON 25, 8PM THU 21, FROM 8.45PM

Quvenzhane Wallis

SUN 24, 7.45PM

SUN 3, 2PM

ST

This screening launches Cinema Diabolique - a regular collaboration between Kino Klubb, Mayhem and Kneel Before Zod to bring you alternative screenings of cult classics, new releases and film fun throughout the year. www.facebook.com/CinemaDiabolique

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50

TO ALL THE HENS TO AID YOUR RECOVERY, LOVE ALI

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

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

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

ROBOCOP (18) 98m

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

ST CLUMBER

FILM

FRI 22, 10.30PM

Haneke turns his careful gaze on an elderly, cultured French couple in their eighties. When she goes into hospital for a minor operation, it sets her on a downward slope of decreased mobility and creeping senility. Painful to watch, but arrestingly truthful.

13

ST

Abducted as a baby, Erina discovers the truth about her past in this critically acclaimed drama.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 22, 7.45PM

Dir: Izuru Narushima Japan 2011 147m

WED 27, 2.30PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

LIFE OF PI (3D) (12A)

With English Subtitles

Come and enjoy this 6 piece Latin jazz band, all about the rhythm and deep grooves...

11

ST ON MILT

MALINDY

TUE 26, 2PM, 4.45PM & 7.45PM

HULA GIRLS (12A)

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS

SAT 30, 10.30PM TILL LATE

FRI 22 - SUN 24

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

REBIRTH

DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION

GOOD VIBRATIONS

MUSIC

Bring a tune or two and take control of the decks at this democratic disco. It's a pick and mix party with your host DJ Double Denim. www.hellothor.com www.broadway.org.uk/music

TUE 26, 8PM

SAT 23, 2.30PM

To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

MY MOVIE

SOME CONTENDERS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED IN 2012...

MARCH 2013

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

To complement the Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme we’ll have Japanese food on the specials menu.

HELLO THOR PRESENTS: RECORD ROULETTE

OSCAR CATCH-UP

10

MARCH 2013

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

JAPANESE MENU

SAT 2, FROM 9PM

THE JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING PROGRAMME

09

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

ONCE UPON A TIME IN JAPAN

MARCH 2013

HEA THC OAT ST

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

08

HULA GIRLS

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2013

BUBBLE FICTION

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

MAI MAI MIRACLE

MARCH 2013

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

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


BROADWAY BITES

Reinventing the Past Through the Eyes of Japanese Contemporary Filmmakers. This season showcases a series of works from directors who all share the same aspiration to reinterpret and relive moments of times gone by through a variety of genres, styles and tones.

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

FRI 22 - WED 27

FRI 29, FROM 9PM

AMOUR (12A)

ARGO (15)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ang Lee United States 2012 127m

With English subtitles

Dir: Ben Affleck United States 2012 120m

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

Dir: Sang-il Lee Japan 2006 110m

Starring: Irrfan Khan

Dir: Michael Haneke France 2012 127m

Starring: John Goodman, Bryan Cranston,

Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination.

A declining mining town has the idea of opening a Hawaiian leisure centre for regeneration, inviting local girls to become its glamorous hula dancers.

Imagination and cutting-edge technology combine to maximum effect to tell the story of a young Indian boy who survives a shipwreck and 227-day journey aboard a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger as his fearsome companion.

Starring: Isabelle Huppert,

Ben Affleck

Jean- Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva

Funny and nail-bitingly tense, the film tells the true story of how a CIA “exfilt” man helped smuggle six U.S. embassy employees out of Iran in 1980 by passing them off as a film crew.

MON 25, 2.45PM, 6.30PM & 8.45PM

REBIRTH (15)

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD (12A)

A special FREE CineBar screening of the uncut version of the almost impossible to remake masterpiece from the director of Showgirls and Basic Instinct. A night of 80's nostalgia, music & robots... Get here early: you have 20 seconds to comply.

Dir: Benh Zeitlin United States 2012 93m Starring: Levy Easterly, Dwight Henry,

WED 27, 8PM

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS (15)

BUBBLE FICTION (15)

BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ

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

Kneel Before Zod return with more testing trivia. Nottingham's premier 'obscure cinema renegades' are offering up a bevy of amazing prizes and a chance to have your name lovingly scrawled on the KBZ memorial trophy. £1 a head to join in. www.broadway.org.uk/quiz http://knlbfrzd.wordpress.com

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA (12A) With English Subtitles

In this arresting work of fantastical realism, writer/director/composer Benh Zeitlin conjures a startling, triumphant vision of a childhood at the edge of the natural world.

Dir: Howard Deutch United States 1986 93m

Dir: Emile Ardolino United States 1987 100m

Starring: Molly Ringwald

Starring: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey

John Hughes crafts an exemplary ‘80s Brat Pack romance out of the Cinderella story.

A teenage girl learns about love, adult responsibility, and how to do The Dirty Boogie in this hit romance from the 80s.

340m

Dir: David O Russell United States 2012 122m

(12A) 237m

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence,

Zandonai’s compelling opera, inspired by an episode from Dante’s Inferno, returns in the Met’s ravishingly beautiful production, last seen in 1986. Dramatic soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek and tenor Marcello Giordani are the doomed lovers.

Robert De Niro

Recently released after a stint at a psychiatric facility, Pat attempts to acclimatise back into his parents’ home and win back his estranged wife. Into his orbit flies Tiffany, an equally volatile young widow with an offer to help Pat get Nikki back… with a price.

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

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL

TUE 26, 8.30PM

FIRE IN THE BLOOD (15)

ACOUSTIC ROUTES (15)

Dir: Dylan Mohan Gray India 2012 84m

An intricate tale of “medicine, monopoly and malice”, Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of the global south in the years after 1996 - causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths - and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.

PRESENTS SUN 24, 6PM

EVERYDAY (15) Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom 2012 90m Starring: John Simm, Shirley Henderson

Michael Winterbottom’s delicate new film tells the story of four young children growing up with their mother while their father is in prison.

Dir: Jan Leman United Kingdom 1992 102m

This acclaimed music film documentary tells the story of seminal guitarist and singer Bert Jansch, from his early days in Edinburgh, to becoming the acoustic guitarist that everyone wanted to be. His music had a profound influence on a generation of musicians including Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Neil Young, and it still inspires today’s generation of guitarists and singers.

THU 21, 7PM SOLD OUT ENCORES SAT 23, 1PM SOLD OUT & SUN 24, 12 NOON

PEOPLE (12A) 180m Award-winning writer Alan Bennett is reunited with director Nicholas Hytner and Olivier Award-winning actress Frances de la Tour, with whom he worked on The History Boys and The Habit of Art. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

We are pleased to welcome Edward Jarvis and Robert Lindsay to introduce this special screening. All tickets £3.50

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

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

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

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

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

Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

P

VICTORIA CENTRE

broadway

P

LOWER PARLIAMENT ST

GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance.

Dir: Edward Jarvis United Kingdom 2013 81m

Lace built the city of Nottingham and many of the surrounding towns and villages; it also provided jobs for the men and women who lived there. Yet today this once mighty industry has largely disappeared from the western world. BAFTA nominated filmmaker and award winning journalist Edward Jarvis pieces together the story from what’s left of the industry and its dwindling band of survivors. The film is part of Nottingham Trent University’s Lace: Here and Now season and is narrated by the BAFTA, Tony and three-times Olivier winning actor Robert Lindsay.

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

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL

THE LACEMAKERS: THE FORGOTTEN STORY OF ENGLISH LACE (U)

Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of the innocent who finds wisdom in François Girard’s new vision for Wagner’s final masterpiece.

ZANDONAI’S FRANCESCA DA RIMINI

MON 4, 5.30PM

SUN 24, 4PM

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL (12A)

SAT 16, 4PM & ENCORE SUN 17, 12NOON

SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK (15)

HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY TO LAURIE-ANNE, LOTS OF LOVE

SAT 2, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 3, 12NOON

THU 28, 2.15PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

Dir: Kazuo Kuroki Japan 2006 119m

A tragic wartime love story between country girl Etsuko and a pilot sent on a suicide mission in Kuroki’s final work.

DIRTY DANCING (12A)

THU 28, 8.30PM

NEIL YOUNG JOURNEYS (PG) Dir: Jonathan Demme United States 2011 87m

Neil Young brings his latest solo tour to Toronto, the city of his birth, to promote his album Le Noise. This documentary intercuts performances from the concert including the classics ‘Ohio’ and ‘I Believe In You’ with revealing behind the scenes footage of the singer revisiting the rural town of Omemee. As Young drives around this close-knit community in a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, he reminisces about the people who shaped his formative years.

CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

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

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

P

FLETCHER GATE

P

LACE MARKET CAR PARK

ST

Dir: Yasuo Baba Japan 2007 116m

Mayumi, a ditzy bar hostess, returns to 1990 via a time traveling washing machine in an attempt to prevent Japan’s ‘bubble’ economy from bursting.

PRETTY IN PINK (15)

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EY

With English Subtitles Japan 2010 121m

SUN 10, 2PM

ON

QUIZZES

TUE 26, FROM 8.30PM

With English Subtitles

Three haunting literary classics reinterpreted and revived by three of Japan’s most masterful directors, Shinya Tsukamoto, Sang-il Lee and Hirokazu Kore-eda.

MON 25, 8PM THU 21, FROM 8.45PM

Quvenzhane Wallis

SUN 24, 7.45PM

SUN 3, 2PM

ST

This screening launches Cinema Diabolique - a regular collaboration between Kino Klubb, Mayhem and Kneel Before Zod to bring you alternative screenings of cult classics, new releases and film fun throughout the year. www.facebook.com/CinemaDiabolique

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50

TO ALL THE HENS TO AID YOUR RECOVERY, LOVE ALI

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

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

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

ROBOCOP (18) 98m

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

ST CLUMBER

FILM

FRI 22, 10.30PM

Haneke turns his careful gaze on an elderly, cultured French couple in their eighties. When she goes into hospital for a minor operation, it sets her on a downward slope of decreased mobility and creeping senility. Painful to watch, but arrestingly truthful.

13

ST

Abducted as a baby, Erina discovers the truth about her past in this critically acclaimed drama.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 22, 7.45PM

Dir: Izuru Narushima Japan 2011 147m

WED 27, 2.30PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

LIFE OF PI (3D) (12A)

With English Subtitles

Come and enjoy this 6 piece Latin jazz band, all about the rhythm and deep grooves...

11

ST ON MILT

MALINDY

TUE 26, 2PM, 4.45PM & 7.45PM

HULA GIRLS (12A)

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS

SAT 30, 10.30PM TILL LATE

FRI 22 - SUN 24

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

REBIRTH

DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION

GOOD VIBRATIONS

MUSIC

Bring a tune or two and take control of the decks at this democratic disco. It's a pick and mix party with your host DJ Double Denim. www.hellothor.com www.broadway.org.uk/music

TUE 26, 8PM

SAT 23, 2.30PM

To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

MY MOVIE

SOME CONTENDERS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED IN 2012...

MARCH 2013

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

To complement the Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme we’ll have Japanese food on the specials menu.

HELLO THOR PRESENTS: RECORD ROULETTE

OSCAR CATCH-UP

10

MARCH 2013

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

JAPANESE MENU

SAT 2, FROM 9PM

THE JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING PROGRAMME

09

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

ONCE UPON A TIME IN JAPAN

MARCH 2013

HEA THC OAT ST

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

08

HULA GIRLS

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2013

BUBBLE FICTION

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

MAI MAI MIRACLE

MARCH 2013

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

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


BROADWAY BITES

Reinventing the Past Through the Eyes of Japanese Contemporary Filmmakers. This season showcases a series of works from directors who all share the same aspiration to reinterpret and relive moments of times gone by through a variety of genres, styles and tones.

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

FRI 22 - WED 27

FRI 29, FROM 9PM

AMOUR (12A)

ARGO (15)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ang Lee United States 2012 127m

With English subtitles

Dir: Ben Affleck United States 2012 120m

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

Dir: Sang-il Lee Japan 2006 110m

Starring: Irrfan Khan

Dir: Michael Haneke France 2012 127m

Starring: John Goodman, Bryan Cranston,

Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination.

A declining mining town has the idea of opening a Hawaiian leisure centre for regeneration, inviting local girls to become its glamorous hula dancers.

Imagination and cutting-edge technology combine to maximum effect to tell the story of a young Indian boy who survives a shipwreck and 227-day journey aboard a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger as his fearsome companion.

Starring: Isabelle Huppert,

Ben Affleck

Jean- Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva

Funny and nail-bitingly tense, the film tells the true story of how a CIA “exfilt” man helped smuggle six U.S. embassy employees out of Iran in 1980 by passing them off as a film crew.

MON 25, 2.45PM, 6.30PM & 8.45PM

REBIRTH (15)

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD (12A)

A special FREE CineBar screening of the uncut version of the almost impossible to remake masterpiece from the director of Showgirls and Basic Instinct. A night of 80's nostalgia, music & robots... Get here early: you have 20 seconds to comply.

Dir: Benh Zeitlin United States 2012 93m Starring: Levy Easterly, Dwight Henry,

WED 27, 8PM

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS (15)

BUBBLE FICTION (15)

BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ

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

Kneel Before Zod return with more testing trivia. Nottingham's premier 'obscure cinema renegades' are offering up a bevy of amazing prizes and a chance to have your name lovingly scrawled on the KBZ memorial trophy. £1 a head to join in. www.broadway.org.uk/quiz http://knlbfrzd.wordpress.com

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA (12A) With English Subtitles

In this arresting work of fantastical realism, writer/director/composer Benh Zeitlin conjures a startling, triumphant vision of a childhood at the edge of the natural world.

Dir: Howard Deutch United States 1986 93m

Dir: Emile Ardolino United States 1987 100m

Starring: Molly Ringwald

Starring: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey

John Hughes crafts an exemplary ‘80s Brat Pack romance out of the Cinderella story.

A teenage girl learns about love, adult responsibility, and how to do The Dirty Boogie in this hit romance from the 80s.

340m

Dir: David O Russell United States 2012 122m

(12A) 237m

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence,

Zandonai’s compelling opera, inspired by an episode from Dante’s Inferno, returns in the Met’s ravishingly beautiful production, last seen in 1986. Dramatic soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek and tenor Marcello Giordani are the doomed lovers.

Robert De Niro

Recently released after a stint at a psychiatric facility, Pat attempts to acclimatise back into his parents’ home and win back his estranged wife. Into his orbit flies Tiffany, an equally volatile young widow with an offer to help Pat get Nikki back… with a price.

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

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL

TUE 26, 8.30PM

FIRE IN THE BLOOD (15)

ACOUSTIC ROUTES (15)

Dir: Dylan Mohan Gray India 2012 84m

An intricate tale of “medicine, monopoly and malice”, Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of the global south in the years after 1996 - causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths - and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.

PRESENTS SUN 24, 6PM

EVERYDAY (15) Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom 2012 90m Starring: John Simm, Shirley Henderson

Michael Winterbottom’s delicate new film tells the story of four young children growing up with their mother while their father is in prison.

Dir: Jan Leman United Kingdom 1992 102m

This acclaimed music film documentary tells the story of seminal guitarist and singer Bert Jansch, from his early days in Edinburgh, to becoming the acoustic guitarist that everyone wanted to be. His music had a profound influence on a generation of musicians including Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Neil Young, and it still inspires today’s generation of guitarists and singers.

THU 21, 7PM SOLD OUT ENCORES SAT 23, 1PM SOLD OUT & SUN 24, 12 NOON

PEOPLE (12A) 180m Award-winning writer Alan Bennett is reunited with director Nicholas Hytner and Olivier Award-winning actress Frances de la Tour, with whom he worked on The History Boys and The Habit of Art. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

We are pleased to welcome Edward Jarvis and Robert Lindsay to introduce this special screening. All tickets £3.50

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

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

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

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

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

Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

P

VICTORIA CENTRE

broadway

P

LOWER PARLIAMENT ST

GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance.

Dir: Edward Jarvis United Kingdom 2013 81m

Lace built the city of Nottingham and many of the surrounding towns and villages; it also provided jobs for the men and women who lived there. Yet today this once mighty industry has largely disappeared from the western world. BAFTA nominated filmmaker and award winning journalist Edward Jarvis pieces together the story from what’s left of the industry and its dwindling band of survivors. The film is part of Nottingham Trent University’s Lace: Here and Now season and is narrated by the BAFTA, Tony and three-times Olivier winning actor Robert Lindsay.

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

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL

THE LACEMAKERS: THE FORGOTTEN STORY OF ENGLISH LACE (U)

Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of the innocent who finds wisdom in François Girard’s new vision for Wagner’s final masterpiece.

ZANDONAI’S FRANCESCA DA RIMINI

MON 4, 5.30PM

SUN 24, 4PM

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL (12A)

SAT 16, 4PM & ENCORE SUN 17, 12NOON

SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK (15)

HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY TO LAURIE-ANNE, LOTS OF LOVE

SAT 2, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 3, 12NOON

THU 28, 2.15PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

Dir: Kazuo Kuroki Japan 2006 119m

A tragic wartime love story between country girl Etsuko and a pilot sent on a suicide mission in Kuroki’s final work.

DIRTY DANCING (12A)

THU 28, 8.30PM

NEIL YOUNG JOURNEYS (PG) Dir: Jonathan Demme United States 2011 87m

Neil Young brings his latest solo tour to Toronto, the city of his birth, to promote his album Le Noise. This documentary intercuts performances from the concert including the classics ‘Ohio’ and ‘I Believe In You’ with revealing behind the scenes footage of the singer revisiting the rural town of Omemee. As Young drives around this close-knit community in a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, he reminisces about the people who shaped his formative years.

CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

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

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

P

FLETCHER GATE

P

LACE MARKET CAR PARK

ST

Dir: Yasuo Baba Japan 2007 116m

Mayumi, a ditzy bar hostess, returns to 1990 via a time traveling washing machine in an attempt to prevent Japan’s ‘bubble’ economy from bursting.

PRETTY IN PINK (15)

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EY

With English Subtitles Japan 2010 121m

SUN 10, 2PM

ON

QUIZZES

TUE 26, FROM 8.30PM

With English Subtitles

Three haunting literary classics reinterpreted and revived by three of Japan’s most masterful directors, Shinya Tsukamoto, Sang-il Lee and Hirokazu Kore-eda.

MON 25, 8PM THU 21, FROM 8.45PM

Quvenzhane Wallis

SUN 24, 7.45PM

SUN 3, 2PM

ST

This screening launches Cinema Diabolique - a regular collaboration between Kino Klubb, Mayhem and Kneel Before Zod to bring you alternative screenings of cult classics, new releases and film fun throughout the year. www.facebook.com/CinemaDiabolique

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50

TO ALL THE HENS TO AID YOUR RECOVERY, LOVE ALI

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

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

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

ROBOCOP (18) 98m

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

ST CLUMBER

FILM

FRI 22, 10.30PM

Haneke turns his careful gaze on an elderly, cultured French couple in their eighties. When she goes into hospital for a minor operation, it sets her on a downward slope of decreased mobility and creeping senility. Painful to watch, but arrestingly truthful.

13

ST

Abducted as a baby, Erina discovers the truth about her past in this critically acclaimed drama.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 22, 7.45PM

Dir: Izuru Narushima Japan 2011 147m

WED 27, 2.30PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

LIFE OF PI (3D) (12A)

With English Subtitles

Come and enjoy this 6 piece Latin jazz band, all about the rhythm and deep grooves...

11

ST ON MILT

MALINDY

TUE 26, 2PM, 4.45PM & 7.45PM

HULA GIRLS (12A)

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS

SAT 30, 10.30PM TILL LATE

FRI 22 - SUN 24

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

REBIRTH

DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION

GOOD VIBRATIONS

MUSIC

Bring a tune or two and take control of the decks at this democratic disco. It's a pick and mix party with your host DJ Double Denim. www.hellothor.com www.broadway.org.uk/music

TUE 26, 8PM

SAT 23, 2.30PM

To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

MY MOVIE

SOME CONTENDERS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED IN 2012...

MARCH 2013

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

To complement the Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme we’ll have Japanese food on the specials menu.

HELLO THOR PRESENTS: RECORD ROULETTE

OSCAR CATCH-UP

10

MARCH 2013

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

JAPANESE MENU

SAT 2, FROM 9PM

THE JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING PROGRAMME

09

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

ONCE UPON A TIME IN JAPAN

MARCH 2013

HEA THC OAT ST

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

08

HULA GIRLS

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2013

BUBBLE FICTION

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

MAI MAI MIRACLE

MARCH 2013

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

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


BROADWAY BITES

Reinventing the Past Through the Eyes of Japanese Contemporary Filmmakers. This season showcases a series of works from directors who all share the same aspiration to reinterpret and relive moments of times gone by through a variety of genres, styles and tones.

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

FRI 22 - WED 27

FRI 29, FROM 9PM

AMOUR (12A)

ARGO (15)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ang Lee United States 2012 127m

With English subtitles

Dir: Ben Affleck United States 2012 120m

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

Dir: Sang-il Lee Japan 2006 110m

Starring: Irrfan Khan

Dir: Michael Haneke France 2012 127m

Starring: John Goodman, Bryan Cranston,

Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination.

A declining mining town has the idea of opening a Hawaiian leisure centre for regeneration, inviting local girls to become its glamorous hula dancers.

Imagination and cutting-edge technology combine to maximum effect to tell the story of a young Indian boy who survives a shipwreck and 227-day journey aboard a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger as his fearsome companion.

Starring: Isabelle Huppert,

Ben Affleck

Jean- Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva

Funny and nail-bitingly tense, the film tells the true story of how a CIA “exfilt” man helped smuggle six U.S. embassy employees out of Iran in 1980 by passing them off as a film crew.

MON 25, 2.45PM, 6.30PM & 8.45PM

REBIRTH (15)

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD (12A)

A special FREE CineBar screening of the uncut version of the almost impossible to remake masterpiece from the director of Showgirls and Basic Instinct. A night of 80's nostalgia, music & robots... Get here early: you have 20 seconds to comply.

Dir: Benh Zeitlin United States 2012 93m Starring: Levy Easterly, Dwight Henry,

WED 27, 8PM

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS (15)

BUBBLE FICTION (15)

BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ

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

Kneel Before Zod return with more testing trivia. Nottingham's premier 'obscure cinema renegades' are offering up a bevy of amazing prizes and a chance to have your name lovingly scrawled on the KBZ memorial trophy. £1 a head to join in. www.broadway.org.uk/quiz http://knlbfrzd.wordpress.com

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA (12A) With English Subtitles

In this arresting work of fantastical realism, writer/director/composer Benh Zeitlin conjures a startling, triumphant vision of a childhood at the edge of the natural world.

Dir: Howard Deutch United States 1986 93m

Dir: Emile Ardolino United States 1987 100m

Starring: Molly Ringwald

Starring: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey

John Hughes crafts an exemplary ‘80s Brat Pack romance out of the Cinderella story.

A teenage girl learns about love, adult responsibility, and how to do The Dirty Boogie in this hit romance from the 80s.

340m

Dir: David O Russell United States 2012 122m

(12A) 237m

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence,

Zandonai’s compelling opera, inspired by an episode from Dante’s Inferno, returns in the Met’s ravishingly beautiful production, last seen in 1986. Dramatic soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek and tenor Marcello Giordani are the doomed lovers.

Robert De Niro

Recently released after a stint at a psychiatric facility, Pat attempts to acclimatise back into his parents’ home and win back his estranged wife. Into his orbit flies Tiffany, an equally volatile young widow with an offer to help Pat get Nikki back… with a price.

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

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL

TUE 26, 8.30PM

FIRE IN THE BLOOD (15)

ACOUSTIC ROUTES (15)

Dir: Dylan Mohan Gray India 2012 84m

An intricate tale of “medicine, monopoly and malice”, Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of the global south in the years after 1996 - causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths - and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.

PRESENTS SUN 24, 6PM

EVERYDAY (15) Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom 2012 90m Starring: John Simm, Shirley Henderson

Michael Winterbottom’s delicate new film tells the story of four young children growing up with their mother while their father is in prison.

Dir: Jan Leman United Kingdom 1992 102m

This acclaimed music film documentary tells the story of seminal guitarist and singer Bert Jansch, from his early days in Edinburgh, to becoming the acoustic guitarist that everyone wanted to be. His music had a profound influence on a generation of musicians including Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Neil Young, and it still inspires today’s generation of guitarists and singers.

THU 21, 7PM SOLD OUT ENCORES SAT 23, 1PM SOLD OUT & SUN 24, 12 NOON

PEOPLE (12A) 180m Award-winning writer Alan Bennett is reunited with director Nicholas Hytner and Olivier Award-winning actress Frances de la Tour, with whom he worked on The History Boys and The Habit of Art. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

We are pleased to welcome Edward Jarvis and Robert Lindsay to introduce this special screening. All tickets £3.50

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

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

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

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

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

Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

P

VICTORIA CENTRE

broadway

P

LOWER PARLIAMENT ST

GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance.

Dir: Edward Jarvis United Kingdom 2013 81m

Lace built the city of Nottingham and many of the surrounding towns and villages; it also provided jobs for the men and women who lived there. Yet today this once mighty industry has largely disappeared from the western world. BAFTA nominated filmmaker and award winning journalist Edward Jarvis pieces together the story from what’s left of the industry and its dwindling band of survivors. The film is part of Nottingham Trent University’s Lace: Here and Now season and is narrated by the BAFTA, Tony and three-times Olivier winning actor Robert Lindsay.

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

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL

THE LACEMAKERS: THE FORGOTTEN STORY OF ENGLISH LACE (U)

Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of the innocent who finds wisdom in François Girard’s new vision for Wagner’s final masterpiece.

ZANDONAI’S FRANCESCA DA RIMINI

MON 4, 5.30PM

SUN 24, 4PM

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL (12A)

SAT 16, 4PM & ENCORE SUN 17, 12NOON

SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK (15)

HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY TO LAURIE-ANNE, LOTS OF LOVE

SAT 2, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 3, 12NOON

THU 28, 2.15PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

Dir: Kazuo Kuroki Japan 2006 119m

A tragic wartime love story between country girl Etsuko and a pilot sent on a suicide mission in Kuroki’s final work.

DIRTY DANCING (12A)

THU 28, 8.30PM

NEIL YOUNG JOURNEYS (PG) Dir: Jonathan Demme United States 2011 87m

Neil Young brings his latest solo tour to Toronto, the city of his birth, to promote his album Le Noise. This documentary intercuts performances from the concert including the classics ‘Ohio’ and ‘I Believe In You’ with revealing behind the scenes footage of the singer revisiting the rural town of Omemee. As Young drives around this close-knit community in a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, he reminisces about the people who shaped his formative years.

CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

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

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

P

FLETCHER GATE

P

LACE MARKET CAR PARK

ST

Dir: Yasuo Baba Japan 2007 116m

Mayumi, a ditzy bar hostess, returns to 1990 via a time traveling washing machine in an attempt to prevent Japan’s ‘bubble’ economy from bursting.

PRETTY IN PINK (15)

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EY

With English Subtitles Japan 2010 121m

SUN 10, 2PM

ON

QUIZZES

TUE 26, FROM 8.30PM

With English Subtitles

Three haunting literary classics reinterpreted and revived by three of Japan’s most masterful directors, Shinya Tsukamoto, Sang-il Lee and Hirokazu Kore-eda.

MON 25, 8PM THU 21, FROM 8.45PM

Quvenzhane Wallis

SUN 24, 7.45PM

SUN 3, 2PM

ST

This screening launches Cinema Diabolique - a regular collaboration between Kino Klubb, Mayhem and Kneel Before Zod to bring you alternative screenings of cult classics, new releases and film fun throughout the year. www.facebook.com/CinemaDiabolique

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50

TO ALL THE HENS TO AID YOUR RECOVERY, LOVE ALI

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

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

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

ROBOCOP (18) 98m

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

ST CLUMBER

FILM

FRI 22, 10.30PM

Haneke turns his careful gaze on an elderly, cultured French couple in their eighties. When she goes into hospital for a minor operation, it sets her on a downward slope of decreased mobility and creeping senility. Painful to watch, but arrestingly truthful.

13

ST

Abducted as a baby, Erina discovers the truth about her past in this critically acclaimed drama.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 22, 7.45PM

Dir: Izuru Narushima Japan 2011 147m

WED 27, 2.30PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

LIFE OF PI (3D) (12A)

With English Subtitles

Come and enjoy this 6 piece Latin jazz band, all about the rhythm and deep grooves...

11

ST ON MILT

MALINDY

TUE 26, 2PM, 4.45PM & 7.45PM

HULA GIRLS (12A)

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS

SAT 30, 10.30PM TILL LATE

FRI 22 - SUN 24

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

REBIRTH

DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION

GOOD VIBRATIONS

MUSIC

Bring a tune or two and take control of the decks at this democratic disco. It's a pick and mix party with your host DJ Double Denim. www.hellothor.com www.broadway.org.uk/music

TUE 26, 8PM

SAT 23, 2.30PM

To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

MY MOVIE

SOME CONTENDERS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED IN 2012...

MARCH 2013

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

To complement the Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme we’ll have Japanese food on the specials menu.

HELLO THOR PRESENTS: RECORD ROULETTE

OSCAR CATCH-UP

10

MARCH 2013

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

JAPANESE MENU

SAT 2, FROM 9PM

THE JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING PROGRAMME

09

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

ONCE UPON A TIME IN JAPAN

MARCH 2013

HEA THC OAT ST

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

08

HULA GIRLS

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2013

BUBBLE FICTION

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

MAI MAI MIRACLE

MARCH 2013

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

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


BROADWAY BITES

Reinventing the Past Through the Eyes of Japanese Contemporary Filmmakers. This season showcases a series of works from directors who all share the same aspiration to reinterpret and relive moments of times gone by through a variety of genres, styles and tones.

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

FRI 22 - WED 27

FRI 29, FROM 9PM

AMOUR (12A)

ARGO (15)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ang Lee United States 2012 127m

With English subtitles

Dir: Ben Affleck United States 2012 120m

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

Dir: Sang-il Lee Japan 2006 110m

Starring: Irrfan Khan

Dir: Michael Haneke France 2012 127m

Starring: John Goodman, Bryan Cranston,

Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination.

A declining mining town has the idea of opening a Hawaiian leisure centre for regeneration, inviting local girls to become its glamorous hula dancers.

Imagination and cutting-edge technology combine to maximum effect to tell the story of a young Indian boy who survives a shipwreck and 227-day journey aboard a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger as his fearsome companion.

Starring: Isabelle Huppert,

Ben Affleck

Jean- Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva

Funny and nail-bitingly tense, the film tells the true story of how a CIA “exfilt” man helped smuggle six U.S. embassy employees out of Iran in 1980 by passing them off as a film crew.

MON 25, 2.45PM, 6.30PM & 8.45PM

REBIRTH (15)

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD (12A)

A special FREE CineBar screening of the uncut version of the almost impossible to remake masterpiece from the director of Showgirls and Basic Instinct. A night of 80's nostalgia, music & robots... Get here early: you have 20 seconds to comply.

Dir: Benh Zeitlin United States 2012 93m Starring: Levy Easterly, Dwight Henry,

WED 27, 8PM

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS (15)

BUBBLE FICTION (15)

BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ

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

Kneel Before Zod return with more testing trivia. Nottingham's premier 'obscure cinema renegades' are offering up a bevy of amazing prizes and a chance to have your name lovingly scrawled on the KBZ memorial trophy. £1 a head to join in. www.broadway.org.uk/quiz http://knlbfrzd.wordpress.com

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA (12A) With English Subtitles

In this arresting work of fantastical realism, writer/director/composer Benh Zeitlin conjures a startling, triumphant vision of a childhood at the edge of the natural world.

Dir: Howard Deutch United States 1986 93m

Dir: Emile Ardolino United States 1987 100m

Starring: Molly Ringwald

Starring: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey

John Hughes crafts an exemplary ‘80s Brat Pack romance out of the Cinderella story.

A teenage girl learns about love, adult responsibility, and how to do The Dirty Boogie in this hit romance from the 80s.

340m

Dir: David O Russell United States 2012 122m

(12A) 237m

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence,

Zandonai’s compelling opera, inspired by an episode from Dante’s Inferno, returns in the Met’s ravishingly beautiful production, last seen in 1986. Dramatic soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek and tenor Marcello Giordani are the doomed lovers.

Robert De Niro

Recently released after a stint at a psychiatric facility, Pat attempts to acclimatise back into his parents’ home and win back his estranged wife. Into his orbit flies Tiffany, an equally volatile young widow with an offer to help Pat get Nikki back… with a price.

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

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL

TUE 26, 8.30PM

FIRE IN THE BLOOD (15)

ACOUSTIC ROUTES (15)

Dir: Dylan Mohan Gray India 2012 84m

An intricate tale of “medicine, monopoly and malice”, Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of the global south in the years after 1996 - causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths - and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.

PRESENTS SUN 24, 6PM

EVERYDAY (15) Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom 2012 90m Starring: John Simm, Shirley Henderson

Michael Winterbottom’s delicate new film tells the story of four young children growing up with their mother while their father is in prison.

Dir: Jan Leman United Kingdom 1992 102m

This acclaimed music film documentary tells the story of seminal guitarist and singer Bert Jansch, from his early days in Edinburgh, to becoming the acoustic guitarist that everyone wanted to be. His music had a profound influence on a generation of musicians including Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Neil Young, and it still inspires today’s generation of guitarists and singers.

THU 21, 7PM SOLD OUT ENCORES SAT 23, 1PM SOLD OUT & SUN 24, 12 NOON

PEOPLE (12A) 180m Award-winning writer Alan Bennett is reunited with director Nicholas Hytner and Olivier Award-winning actress Frances de la Tour, with whom he worked on The History Boys and The Habit of Art. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

We are pleased to welcome Edward Jarvis and Robert Lindsay to introduce this special screening. All tickets £3.50

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

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

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

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

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

Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

P

VICTORIA CENTRE

broadway

P

LOWER PARLIAMENT ST

GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount contact the Box Office in advance.

Dir: Edward Jarvis United Kingdom 2013 81m

Lace built the city of Nottingham and many of the surrounding towns and villages; it also provided jobs for the men and women who lived there. Yet today this once mighty industry has largely disappeared from the western world. BAFTA nominated filmmaker and award winning journalist Edward Jarvis pieces together the story from what’s left of the industry and its dwindling band of survivors. The film is part of Nottingham Trent University’s Lace: Here and Now season and is narrated by the BAFTA, Tony and three-times Olivier winning actor Robert Lindsay.

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

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL

THE LACEMAKERS: THE FORGOTTEN STORY OF ENGLISH LACE (U)

Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of the innocent who finds wisdom in François Girard’s new vision for Wagner’s final masterpiece.

ZANDONAI’S FRANCESCA DA RIMINI

MON 4, 5.30PM

SUN 24, 4PM

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL (12A)

SAT 16, 4PM & ENCORE SUN 17, 12NOON

SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK (15)

HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY TO LAURIE-ANNE, LOTS OF LOVE

SAT 2, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 3, 12NOON

THU 28, 2.15PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

Dir: Kazuo Kuroki Japan 2006 119m

A tragic wartime love story between country girl Etsuko and a pilot sent on a suicide mission in Kuroki’s final work.

DIRTY DANCING (12A)

THU 28, 8.30PM

NEIL YOUNG JOURNEYS (PG) Dir: Jonathan Demme United States 2011 87m

Neil Young brings his latest solo tour to Toronto, the city of his birth, to promote his album Le Noise. This documentary intercuts performances from the concert including the classics ‘Ohio’ and ‘I Believe In You’ with revealing behind the scenes footage of the singer revisiting the rural town of Omemee. As Young drives around this close-knit community in a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, he reminisces about the people who shaped his formative years.

CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

PELHAM ST

N ST CARLTO

ATE GOOSEG

MARKET SQ.

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

LACE MARKET TRAM STOP

P

FLETCHER GATE

P

LACE MARKET CAR PARK

ST

Dir: Yasuo Baba Japan 2007 116m

Mayumi, a ditzy bar hostess, returns to 1990 via a time traveling washing machine in an attempt to prevent Japan’s ‘bubble’ economy from bursting.

PRETTY IN PINK (15)

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

EY

With English Subtitles Japan 2010 121m

SUN 10, 2PM

ON

QUIZZES

TUE 26, FROM 8.30PM

With English Subtitles

Three haunting literary classics reinterpreted and revived by three of Japan’s most masterful directors, Shinya Tsukamoto, Sang-il Lee and Hirokazu Kore-eda.

MON 25, 8PM THU 21, FROM 8.45PM

Quvenzhane Wallis

SUN 24, 7.45PM

SUN 3, 2PM

ST

This screening launches Cinema Diabolique - a regular collaboration between Kino Klubb, Mayhem and Kneel Before Zod to bring you alternative screenings of cult classics, new releases and film fun throughout the year. www.facebook.com/CinemaDiabolique

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50

TO ALL THE HENS TO AID YOUR RECOVERY, LOVE ALI

LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

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

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

ROBOCOP (18) 98m

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

ST CLUMBER

FILM

FRI 22, 10.30PM

Haneke turns his careful gaze on an elderly, cultured French couple in their eighties. When she goes into hospital for a minor operation, it sets her on a downward slope of decreased mobility and creeping senility. Painful to watch, but arrestingly truthful.

13

ST

Abducted as a baby, Erina discovers the truth about her past in this critically acclaimed drama.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 22, 7.45PM

Dir: Izuru Narushima Japan 2011 147m

WED 27, 2.30PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

LIFE OF PI (3D) (12A)

With English Subtitles

Come and enjoy this 6 piece Latin jazz band, all about the rhythm and deep grooves...

11

ST ON MILT

MALINDY

TUE 26, 2PM, 4.45PM & 7.45PM

HULA GIRLS (12A)

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS

SAT 30, 10.30PM TILL LATE

FRI 22 - SUN 24

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

REBIRTH

DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION

GOOD VIBRATIONS

MUSIC

Bring a tune or two and take control of the decks at this democratic disco. It's a pick and mix party with your host DJ Double Denim. www.hellothor.com www.broadway.org.uk/music

TUE 26, 8PM

SAT 23, 2.30PM

To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

MY MOVIE

SOME CONTENDERS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED IN 2012...

MARCH 2013

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

To complement the Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme we’ll have Japanese food on the specials menu.

HELLO THOR PRESENTS: RECORD ROULETTE

OSCAR CATCH-UP

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MARCH 2013

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

JAPANESE MENU

SAT 2, FROM 9PM

THE JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING PROGRAMME

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ONCE UPON A TIME IN JAPAN

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HULA GIRLS

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2013

BUBBLE FICTION

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

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

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


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Reinventing the Past Through the Eyes of Japanese Contemporary Filmmakers. This season showcases a series of works from directors who all share the same aspiration to reinterpret and relive moments of times gone by through a variety of genres, styles and tones.

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £14 FULL, £12 CONC £12 MEM, £11 CONC MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

FRI 22 - WED 27

FRI 29, FROM 9PM

AMOUR (12A)

ARGO (15)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ang Lee United States 2012 127m

With English subtitles

Dir: Ben Affleck United States 2012 120m

Dir: Sunao Katabuchi Japan 2009 95m

Dir: Sang-il Lee Japan 2006 110m

Starring: Irrfan Khan

Dir: Michael Haneke France 2012 127m

Starring: John Goodman, Bryan Cranston,

Inspired by her Grandfather’s stories, young Shinko journeys into the past through her time-traveling imagination.

A declining mining town has the idea of opening a Hawaiian leisure centre for regeneration, inviting local girls to become its glamorous hula dancers.

Imagination and cutting-edge technology combine to maximum effect to tell the story of a young Indian boy who survives a shipwreck and 227-day journey aboard a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger as his fearsome companion.

Starring: Isabelle Huppert,

Ben Affleck

Jean- Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva

Funny and nail-bitingly tense, the film tells the true story of how a CIA “exfilt” man helped smuggle six U.S. embassy employees out of Iran in 1980 by passing them off as a film crew.

MON 25, 2.45PM, 6.30PM & 8.45PM

REBIRTH (15)

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD (12A)

A special FREE CineBar screening of the uncut version of the almost impossible to remake masterpiece from the director of Showgirls and Basic Instinct. A night of 80's nostalgia, music & robots... Get here early: you have 20 seconds to comply.

Dir: Benh Zeitlin United States 2012 93m Starring: Levy Easterly, Dwight Henry,

WED 27, 8PM

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS (15)

BUBBLE FICTION (15)

BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ

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

Kneel Before Zod return with more testing trivia. Nottingham's premier 'obscure cinema renegades' are offering up a bevy of amazing prizes and a chance to have your name lovingly scrawled on the KBZ memorial trophy. £1 a head to join in. www.broadway.org.uk/quiz http://knlbfrzd.wordpress.com

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA

1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ

THE BLOSSOMING OF ETSUKO KAMIYA (12A) With English Subtitles

In this arresting work of fantastical realism, writer/director/composer Benh Zeitlin conjures a startling, triumphant vision of a childhood at the edge of the natural world.

Dir: Howard Deutch United States 1986 93m

Dir: Emile Ardolino United States 1987 100m

Starring: Molly Ringwald

Starring: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey

John Hughes crafts an exemplary ‘80s Brat Pack romance out of the Cinderella story.

A teenage girl learns about love, adult responsibility, and how to do The Dirty Boogie in this hit romance from the 80s.

340m

Dir: David O Russell United States 2012 122m

(12A) 237m

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence,

Zandonai’s compelling opera, inspired by an episode from Dante’s Inferno, returns in the Met’s ravishingly beautiful production, last seen in 1986. Dramatic soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek and tenor Marcello Giordani are the doomed lovers.

Robert De Niro

Recently released after a stint at a psychiatric facility, Pat attempts to acclimatise back into his parents’ home and win back his estranged wife. Into his orbit flies Tiffany, an equally volatile young widow with an offer to help Pat get Nikki back… with a price.

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

BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL

TUE 26, 8.30PM

FIRE IN THE BLOOD (15)

ACOUSTIC ROUTES (15)

Dir: Dylan Mohan Gray India 2012 84m

An intricate tale of “medicine, monopoly and malice”, Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of the global south in the years after 1996 - causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths - and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.

PRESENTS SUN 24, 6PM

EVERYDAY (15) Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom 2012 90m Starring: John Simm, Shirley Henderson

Michael Winterbottom’s delicate new film tells the story of four young children growing up with their mother while their father is in prison.

Dir: Jan Leman United Kingdom 1992 102m

This acclaimed music film documentary tells the story of seminal guitarist and singer Bert Jansch, from his early days in Edinburgh, to becoming the acoustic guitarist that everyone wanted to be. His music had a profound influence on a generation of musicians including Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Neil Young, and it still inspires today’s generation of guitarists and singers.

THU 21, 7PM SOLD OUT ENCORES SAT 23, 1PM SOLD OUT & SUN 24, 12 NOON

PEOPLE (12A) 180m Award-winning writer Alan Bennett is reunited with director Nicholas Hytner and Olivier Award-winning actress Frances de la Tour, with whom he worked on The History Boys and The Habit of Art. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

We are pleased to welcome Edward Jarvis and Robert Lindsay to introduce this special screening. All tickets £3.50

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

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

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

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

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

Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £14 / Conc £12 / Mem £12 / Conc Mem £11

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Dir: Edward Jarvis United Kingdom 2013 81m

Lace built the city of Nottingham and many of the surrounding towns and villages; it also provided jobs for the men and women who lived there. Yet today this once mighty industry has largely disappeared from the western world. BAFTA nominated filmmaker and award winning journalist Edward Jarvis pieces together the story from what’s left of the industry and its dwindling band of survivors. The film is part of Nottingham Trent University’s Lace: Here and Now season and is narrated by the BAFTA, Tony and three-times Olivier winning actor Robert Lindsay.

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

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL

THE LACEMAKERS: THE FORGOTTEN STORY OF ENGLISH LACE (U)

Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of the innocent who finds wisdom in François Girard’s new vision for Wagner’s final masterpiece.

ZANDONAI’S FRANCESCA DA RIMINI

MON 4, 5.30PM

SUN 24, 4PM

WAGNER’S PARSIFAL (12A)

SAT 16, 4PM & ENCORE SUN 17, 12NOON

SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK (15)

HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY TO LAURIE-ANNE, LOTS OF LOVE

SAT 2, 5PM & ENCORE SUN 3, 12NOON

THU 28, 2.15PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

Dir: Kazuo Kuroki Japan 2006 119m

A tragic wartime love story between country girl Etsuko and a pilot sent on a suicide mission in Kuroki’s final work.

DIRTY DANCING (12A)

THU 28, 8.30PM

NEIL YOUNG JOURNEYS (PG) Dir: Jonathan Demme United States 2011 87m

Neil Young brings his latest solo tour to Toronto, the city of his birth, to promote his album Le Noise. This documentary intercuts performances from the concert including the classics ‘Ohio’ and ‘I Believe In You’ with revealing behind the scenes footage of the singer revisiting the rural town of Omemee. As Young drives around this close-knit community in a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, he reminisces about the people who shaped his formative years.

CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets.

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

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Dir: Yasuo Baba Japan 2007 116m

Mayumi, a ditzy bar hostess, returns to 1990 via a time traveling washing machine in an attempt to prevent Japan’s ‘bubble’ economy from bursting.

PRETTY IN PINK (15)

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

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With English Subtitles Japan 2010 121m

SUN 10, 2PM

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QUIZZES

TUE 26, FROM 8.30PM

With English Subtitles

Three haunting literary classics reinterpreted and revived by three of Japan’s most masterful directors, Shinya Tsukamoto, Sang-il Lee and Hirokazu Kore-eda.

MON 25, 8PM THU 21, FROM 8.45PM

Quvenzhane Wallis

SUN 24, 7.45PM

SUN 3, 2PM

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This screening launches Cinema Diabolique - a regular collaboration between Kino Klubb, Mayhem and Kneel Before Zod to bring you alternative screenings of cult classics, new releases and film fun throughout the year. www.facebook.com/CinemaDiabolique

Become a Broadway Member today and receive discounts on films, food & events. Individual £27 / Joint £50

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LIVE BY SATELLITE SPECIALS

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

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ROBOCOP (18) 98m

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

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FILM

FRI 22, 10.30PM

Haneke turns his careful gaze on an elderly, cultured French couple in their eighties. When she goes into hospital for a minor operation, it sets her on a downward slope of decreased mobility and creeping senility. Painful to watch, but arrestingly truthful.

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Abducted as a baby, Erina discovers the truth about her past in this critically acclaimed drama.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

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FRI 22, 7.45PM

Dir: Izuru Narushima Japan 2011 147m

WED 27, 2.30PM, 4.45PM, 7.45PM

LIFE OF PI (3D) (12A)

With English Subtitles

Come and enjoy this 6 piece Latin jazz band, all about the rhythm and deep grooves...

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MALINDY

TUE 26, 2PM, 4.45PM & 7.45PM

HULA GIRLS (12A)

KAIDAN HORROR CLASSICS

SAT 30, 10.30PM TILL LATE

FRI 22 - SUN 24

MAI MAI MIRACLE (12A)

REBIRTH

DJ NIGHT: SELECTADISC REUNION

GOOD VIBRATIONS

MUSIC

Bring a tune or two and take control of the decks at this democratic disco. It's a pick and mix party with your host DJ Double Denim. www.hellothor.com www.broadway.org.uk/music

TUE 26, 8PM

SAT 23, 2.30PM

To celebrate the release of Good Vibrations we welcome the Selectadisc DJs back to Broadway.

MY MOVIE

SOME CONTENDERS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED IN 2012...

MARCH 2013

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

To complement the Once Upon a Time in Japan Touring Film Programme we’ll have Japanese food on the specials menu.

HELLO THOR PRESENTS: RECORD ROULETTE

OSCAR CATCH-UP

10

MARCH 2013

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

JAPANESE MENU

SAT 2, FROM 9PM

THE JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING PROGRAMME

09

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

ONCE UPON A TIME IN JAPAN

MARCH 2013

HEA THC OAT ST

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

08

HULA GIRLS

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2013

BUBBLE FICTION

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

MAI MAI MIRACLE

MARCH 2013

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

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


March 2013 brochure