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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

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EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE Programmed with the discerning MATINEES viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2011 Tue 1

Wed 2

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ANIMAL KINGDOM (15)

THE TEMPEST (PG)

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

Dir: Greg Mottola United States 2011 103m

Dir: David Michôd Australia 2010 113m

Dir: Julie Taymor United States 2010 109m

Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Guy Pearce,

Starring: Helen Mirren, David Strathairn

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) reunite for the comedy adventure Paul as two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever...

Ben Mendelsohn

Renowned for her wonderfully inventive works for both stage and screen, Julie Taymor has applied her considerable talents to this fascinating rendering of Shakespeare’s late, great mystical romance. Exiled on a remote island, Prospera, the duchess of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure a bevy of characters from her past to shore, revealing in the process a skate of human frailties, illusions, kindness and nobility. Ms. Mirren is ably aided by a terrific cast, including Russell Brand, Alfred Molina, Djimon Hounsou, David Strathairn, Chris Cooper, Alan Cumming, Ben Whishaw & Tom Conti.

This riveting drama, which won a World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance, sees 17 year-old Josh drawn into the orbit of his hard-core criminal family when his protective mother dies. As the police close in on his three near-psychotic uncles, Josh finds himself conflicted by family loyalties and pressure from a detective, while coping with a gut-wrenching impulse to see justice prevail and to survive. Bath Film Festival

✹ TRUE GRIT, INSIDE JOB

THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) Dir: Tom Hooper United Kingdom 2011 118m

THE KING’S SPEECH

THE TEMPEST THE COMPANY MEN NORWEGIAN WOOD YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER

SUBMARINE (15) Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom

Dir: Werner Herzog France 2010 95m

Dir: Tran Anh Hung Japan 2010 133m

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams

Dir: Woody Allen United States 2009 98m

2011 96m

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi

Back by popular demand! Blue Valentine is an intelligent, heartbreaking story of a couple nearing the end of their marriage. In flashback we see the pleasure and promise of their early relationship, and the film pulls us between past and present, giving us a subtly drawn, non-judgemental portrait of the ebb and flow of love.

Starring: Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas,

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Noah Taylor,

Following Encounters At The End Of The World, Herzog once again takes us deep behind the frontier of an extraordinary place. In the mesmerising Cave of Forgotten Dreams he gains exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. He puts 3-D technology to a profound use, taking us back in time over 30,000 years.

Tommy Lee Jones

Bobby Walker is living the American dream: great job, beautiful family, shiny Porsche in the garage. When corporate downsizing leaves him and co-workers Phil and Gene jobless, the three men are forced to re-define their lives as men, husbands, and fathers. Bobby soon finds himself enduring enthusiastic life coaching, a job building houses which does not play to his executive skill set, and perhaps the realization that there is more to life than chasing the bigger, better deal. With humour, pathos, and keen observation, writer-director John Wells (the creator of “ER”) introduces us to the new realities of American life.

Adapting Haruki Murakami’s breakthrough novel with the romantic melancholy of the Beatles song that gave it its name, Norwegian Wood is a passionate story of nostalgia, loss and awakening sexuality. Watanabe, a quiet and serious college student, becomes deeply devoted to Naoko, a beautiful and introspective young woman with whom he shares the tragedy of their best friend’s death. When Naoko suddenly disappears, Midori, an outgoing, vivacious and supremely selfconfident girl marches into Watanabe’s life.

Starring: Rashida Jones, Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield

Brilliantly directed by David Fincher from a razor-sharp script by Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network is a scintillating look at the meteoric rise and acrimonious fall of the founders of Facebook - Harvard undergrads who developed their zeitgeist-altering phenomenon out of their dorm rooms...and ended up suing each other for millions.

FRI 18 MAR - THU 7 APR

120m

With English subtitles

Dir: David Fincher United States 2010 120m

FRI 25 MAR - THU 7 APR

CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (CERT TBC)

Starring: Chris Cooper, Ben Affleck,

THE SOCIAL NETWORK (12A)

FRI 18 - THU 31

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC)

Dir: John Wells United States 2010 104m

BENDA BILILI!

Back by popular demand, this is the story of Bertie, Duke of York, the future George VI, and his inability to speak in public, because of his stammer. A record-breaking film to make you laugh, cry and feel uplifted.

OSCAR CONTENDER

BLUE VALENTINE (15)

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We’ll have some tasty Japanese food on the menu tonight to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme (see page 8 for details).

THE SOCIAL NETWORK

Geoffrey Rush

END ON THE 3RD MARCH DON’T MISS THEM!

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

FRI 11 - SUN 13

OSCAR CONTENDER

MON 14 - WED 16

NORWEGIAN WOOD (15) NORUWEI NO MORI

Starring: Colin Firth, Helena Carter,

& NEVER LET ME GO

MARCH 2011

OSCAR CONTENDER

FRI 11 - THU 24

FRI 11 - THU 24

PAUL (15)

FRI 4 - THU 10

SUBMARINE

FRI 4 - THU 17

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2010

FRI 18 - THU 31

BENDA BILILI! (PG) Dir: Renaud Barret France 2009 86m

Staff Benda Bilili were a huge sensation at WOMAD this summer. This French documentary (5 years in the making) follows the band's remarkable fairy tale journey from the streets of Kinshasa, Congo to becoming International stars. Benda Bilili means ‘see beyond' which has profound meaning for this group of musicians who include five paraplegics and an able bodied teenager who makes music from a tin can connected to a stick with a piece of nylon. Fantastic music and remarkable characters make this an uplifting and unforgettable film. Bath Film Festival

Josh Brolin

Paddy Considine

Woody Allen's latest comic ensemble piece follows a group of Londoners struggling with failing marriages, restless libidos, the perils of aging and desires that drive a series of decisions with unforeseen consequences. This comic concoction moves effortlessly between farce and frolic, with hints of Molière and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ sprinkled throughout. Allen’s uncanny ability to send up all of his characters while remaining in love with their every misstep is a marvel to behold. Toronto Film Festival

The world hadn’t been waiting for the Welsh Rushmore, which makes Submarine that much more of a thrill. Full of surprises and amazingly affecting, this is a film to fall in love with. Based on Joe Dunthorne’s acclaimed novel, Submarine is a captivating coming-ofage story with an offbeat edge. Our hero, Oliver Tate, must fight to save his mother from the advances of a mystic and simultaneously lure his eczema-strafed girlfriend in to the bedroom armed with only a vast vocabulary and near-total self-belief.

PAUL (15) See page 1 for details. THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE TEMPEST (PG) THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) See page 1 for details.

A TOWN CALLED PANIC (PG) PANIQUE AU VILLAGE With English Subtitles

Thu 3

Made with plastic toys, painted sets, and a surreal sense of humour, this Belgian animation is a treat for children and adults. The film stars three toys named Cowboy, Indian, and Horse... SAT 12, 2.45PM

GULLIVER’S TRAVELS 3D (PG)

Fri 4

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

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

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

Sat 5

2:30

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

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) See page family matinees for details.

Sun 13

5:00

10:30 1:30 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web) The Yankles 15 p11

5:00 5:45

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

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

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

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 A Town Called Panic PG p4

Sat 12

5:00

6:00 5:30

8:30 8:15 8:00 7:45 Mon 14

FRI 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Rob Letterman United States 2010 87m

3:00 3:30 2:30 2:00

This new adaptation of the classic tale revolves around a shipwrecked mailroom clerk who discovers an island in the heart of the Bermuda Triangle where he is the biggest occupant. Normal Ticket Prices Apply

TUE 22, 6.30PM SPECIAL PREVIEW followed by live satellite Q&A with Werner Hertzog

ROUTE IRISH (15)

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE (15)

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2010 108m

Dir: Jim Loach United Kingdom 2010 105m

See page 10 for details.

Starring: Mark Womack, Andrea Lowe

Starring: Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving

For filmgoers who crave political engagement, the partnership of director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty is a rich source. Their latest work, Route Irish, grapples with the Iraq war and the trend of using privatized soldiers who are more costly to taxpayers and less accountable to law than enlisted ranks. Route Irish probes deep into the disturbed mind of a man who has survived the Iraq experience, but emerges with scars that may never heal.

Talent is clearly woven into the fabric of the Loach family DNA as Jim Loach (son of Ken) makes an immensely impressive feature debut with Oranges and Sunshine. Rona Munro has skillfully adapted Margaret Humphreys’s 1994 book ‘Empty Cradles’ and Loach secures a powerhouse performance from Emily Watson in the lead role. In 1986, Nottingham social worker Humphreys became aware of a government programme that ran from the Victorian era until 1970 and relocated thousands of British children throughout the Commonwealth. It was the beginning of a tireless campaign to expose the truth, investigate the past and reunite dozens of broken families. Glasgow Film Festival

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

SAT 19, 3.30PM

ANIMALS UNITED (U) Dir: Reinhard Klooss Germany 2010 93m

In Africa the animals are waiting for the annual flood. As both their thirst and anxiety increase, cheeky meerkat Billy and Socrates the mountain lion, decide to gatecrash an international summit to discover where the water has gone.

Sun 6

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 7

Tue 8

Wed 9

See page 2 for details.

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Simon Konianski 15 p11

3:45 3:00 3:30 2:30

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Gasland PG p9

5:45 6:00 5:15

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

The King's Speech 12A Paul 15 Animal Kingdom 15 The Tempest PG Out of the Ashes PG p9 Pancake Day all day in the cafebar

5:45 6:00 5:15

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC) See page 3 for details.

Thu 10

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) Dir: Tomm Moore Ireland 2010 78m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Evan McGuire

Back once more by popular demand! Set in 9th century Ireland, the film opens in the fortified Kells Abbey, whose outer walls provide the last line of defence against the Vikings, while also acting as a frustrating limit to the playground of our hero, twelve-year-old Brendan.

Fri 11

SAT 19, 12.45PM

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

3:00

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Alexander Nevsky + Illustrated Talk PG p9

10.30 1:30

ANIMALS UNITED (12A) See page family matinees for details.

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Cure 15 p8 Cooperative Fairtrade Market Mezz Bar 12Noon - 6PM

Thu 17

5:30 8:30 8:15 7:45 8:00

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

Fri 18

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

SAT 26, 1.15PM & 3PM THU 31, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Wed 16

2:45

5:30

10:30 1:30

6:00 5:15 5:30

8:30 8:15 7:45

7:00 6:00 5:15 5:00 5:45

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

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Gulliver's Travels 3D PG p4 Go 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00 2:45

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Sun 20

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 12A p10 Wakewood 18 p9 Josee, the Tiger and... 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00

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

8:15 8:00

Sat 19

7:45 8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Linda Linda Linda 15 p8

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

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 One Million Yen Girl 15 p8 Japanese Food Night cafebar from 6PM

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

3:30

3:00

6:00

5:45 6:15

8:15

Sun 27

8:00 8:30 8:45

5:00 2:30 Mon 28 12:00

Mon 21

8:15 7:45 8:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

5:00

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

3:30

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Wed 23

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 2:30 The Tempest PG p1 Round Ireland with 10:30 1:30 a Fridge PG p10 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Irish night in the cafebar from 5PM

6:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00

5:30 5:15

5:45 5:00 6:15

7:45 7:00

Thu 24

8:15 8:00 8:30 Fri 25 8:45

3:45

6:00

8:15

5:45

8:00 8:30

2:45

PAY DAYY PART NIGHT!

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Preview + Live Satellite Q&A with Werner Herzog p3 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

Tue 29

6:30 6:00

5:45

8:15 8:00 8:30

2:45 9:00 5:00

6:30 3:30

6:00

5:45 5:00 6:15

8:15

Sat 26

8:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 10:30 1:30 Route Irish 15 p3 4:00 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Secret of Kells PG p4 Pay Day Party Night - cafebar see website for details

1:00

5:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 The Secret of Kells PG p4 1:15 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 1:00

Wed 30

8:00 8:30

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:30 5:00 7:00 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Masterclass: Misfits with Howard Overman p12

6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

6:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 8:30 8:45 6:30

3:45

6:00

8:15

2:45 3:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

3:00

Thu 31

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BBC WRITERSROOM PRESENTS: Finding Emotional Truth p12 Endgame 15 p12 Fiendish Film Quiz cafebar from 8.30PM Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Materclass: Getting On with Vicki Pepperdine & Joanna Scanlan p12

6:00

5:45 5:30

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

7:00 4:30

6:00 2:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 10:30 1:30 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

5:45 5:30

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

6:30 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

8:45

5:30 1:15 12:45 3:30

Oranges and Sunshine 15 p3 11:30 Submarine 15 p3 3:30 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 2:45 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 3:15 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Women in Love + Filmmakers Q&A 15 p12 1:00

4:00

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Sawako Decides 15 p8

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Animals United U p4 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 p10 MET OPERA LIVE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 In the Name of their Mothers 15 p11 MET OPERA ENCORE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

2:00

Tue 22 Tue 15

Starring: Amanda Peet, Jack Black

PREVIEW SUN 27, 11.30AM FRI 18 - THU 31

SAT 5, 2PM & 3.45PM

Dir: Stephane Aubier Belgium 2009 77m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE

FRI 25 FEB - THU 10 MAR

ROUTE IRISH

FRI 18 FEB - THU 10 MAR

05

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.

8:45


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE Programmed with the discerning MATINEES viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2011 Tue 1

Wed 2

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ANIMAL KINGDOM (15)

THE TEMPEST (PG)

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

Dir: Greg Mottola United States 2011 103m

Dir: David Michôd Australia 2010 113m

Dir: Julie Taymor United States 2010 109m

Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Guy Pearce,

Starring: Helen Mirren, David Strathairn

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) reunite for the comedy adventure Paul as two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever...

Ben Mendelsohn

Renowned for her wonderfully inventive works for both stage and screen, Julie Taymor has applied her considerable talents to this fascinating rendering of Shakespeare’s late, great mystical romance. Exiled on a remote island, Prospera, the duchess of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure a bevy of characters from her past to shore, revealing in the process a skate of human frailties, illusions, kindness and nobility. Ms. Mirren is ably aided by a terrific cast, including Russell Brand, Alfred Molina, Djimon Hounsou, David Strathairn, Chris Cooper, Alan Cumming, Ben Whishaw & Tom Conti.

This riveting drama, which won a World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance, sees 17 year-old Josh drawn into the orbit of his hard-core criminal family when his protective mother dies. As the police close in on his three near-psychotic uncles, Josh finds himself conflicted by family loyalties and pressure from a detective, while coping with a gut-wrenching impulse to see justice prevail and to survive. Bath Film Festival

✹ TRUE GRIT, INSIDE JOB

THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) Dir: Tom Hooper United Kingdom 2011 118m

THE KING’S SPEECH

THE TEMPEST THE COMPANY MEN NORWEGIAN WOOD YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER

SUBMARINE (15) Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom

Dir: Werner Herzog France 2010 95m

Dir: Tran Anh Hung Japan 2010 133m

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams

Dir: Woody Allen United States 2009 98m

2011 96m

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi

Back by popular demand! Blue Valentine is an intelligent, heartbreaking story of a couple nearing the end of their marriage. In flashback we see the pleasure and promise of their early relationship, and the film pulls us between past and present, giving us a subtly drawn, non-judgemental portrait of the ebb and flow of love.

Starring: Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas,

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Noah Taylor,

Following Encounters At The End Of The World, Herzog once again takes us deep behind the frontier of an extraordinary place. In the mesmerising Cave of Forgotten Dreams he gains exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. He puts 3-D technology to a profound use, taking us back in time over 30,000 years.

Tommy Lee Jones

Bobby Walker is living the American dream: great job, beautiful family, shiny Porsche in the garage. When corporate downsizing leaves him and co-workers Phil and Gene jobless, the three men are forced to re-define their lives as men, husbands, and fathers. Bobby soon finds himself enduring enthusiastic life coaching, a job building houses which does not play to his executive skill set, and perhaps the realization that there is more to life than chasing the bigger, better deal. With humour, pathos, and keen observation, writer-director John Wells (the creator of “ER”) introduces us to the new realities of American life.

Adapting Haruki Murakami’s breakthrough novel with the romantic melancholy of the Beatles song that gave it its name, Norwegian Wood is a passionate story of nostalgia, loss and awakening sexuality. Watanabe, a quiet and serious college student, becomes deeply devoted to Naoko, a beautiful and introspective young woman with whom he shares the tragedy of their best friend’s death. When Naoko suddenly disappears, Midori, an outgoing, vivacious and supremely selfconfident girl marches into Watanabe’s life.

Starring: Rashida Jones, Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield

Brilliantly directed by David Fincher from a razor-sharp script by Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network is a scintillating look at the meteoric rise and acrimonious fall of the founders of Facebook - Harvard undergrads who developed their zeitgeist-altering phenomenon out of their dorm rooms...and ended up suing each other for millions.

FRI 18 MAR - THU 7 APR

120m

With English subtitles

Dir: David Fincher United States 2010 120m

FRI 25 MAR - THU 7 APR

CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (CERT TBC)

Starring: Chris Cooper, Ben Affleck,

THE SOCIAL NETWORK (12A)

FRI 18 - THU 31

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC)

Dir: John Wells United States 2010 104m

BENDA BILILI!

Back by popular demand, this is the story of Bertie, Duke of York, the future George VI, and his inability to speak in public, because of his stammer. A record-breaking film to make you laugh, cry and feel uplifted.

OSCAR CONTENDER

BLUE VALENTINE (15)

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We’ll have some tasty Japanese food on the menu tonight to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme (see page 8 for details).

THE SOCIAL NETWORK

Geoffrey Rush

END ON THE 3RD MARCH DON’T MISS THEM!

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

FRI 11 - SUN 13

OSCAR CONTENDER

MON 14 - WED 16

NORWEGIAN WOOD (15) NORUWEI NO MORI

Starring: Colin Firth, Helena Carter,

& NEVER LET ME GO

MARCH 2011

OSCAR CONTENDER

FRI 11 - THU 24

FRI 11 - THU 24

PAUL (15)

FRI 4 - THU 10

SUBMARINE

FRI 4 - THU 17

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2010

FRI 18 - THU 31

BENDA BILILI! (PG) Dir: Renaud Barret France 2009 86m

Staff Benda Bilili were a huge sensation at WOMAD this summer. This French documentary (5 years in the making) follows the band's remarkable fairy tale journey from the streets of Kinshasa, Congo to becoming International stars. Benda Bilili means ‘see beyond' which has profound meaning for this group of musicians who include five paraplegics and an able bodied teenager who makes music from a tin can connected to a stick with a piece of nylon. Fantastic music and remarkable characters make this an uplifting and unforgettable film. Bath Film Festival

Josh Brolin

Paddy Considine

Woody Allen's latest comic ensemble piece follows a group of Londoners struggling with failing marriages, restless libidos, the perils of aging and desires that drive a series of decisions with unforeseen consequences. This comic concoction moves effortlessly between farce and frolic, with hints of Molière and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ sprinkled throughout. Allen’s uncanny ability to send up all of his characters while remaining in love with their every misstep is a marvel to behold. Toronto Film Festival

The world hadn’t been waiting for the Welsh Rushmore, which makes Submarine that much more of a thrill. Full of surprises and amazingly affecting, this is a film to fall in love with. Based on Joe Dunthorne’s acclaimed novel, Submarine is a captivating coming-ofage story with an offbeat edge. Our hero, Oliver Tate, must fight to save his mother from the advances of a mystic and simultaneously lure his eczema-strafed girlfriend in to the bedroom armed with only a vast vocabulary and near-total self-belief.

PAUL (15) See page 1 for details. THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE TEMPEST (PG) THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) See page 1 for details.

A TOWN CALLED PANIC (PG) PANIQUE AU VILLAGE With English Subtitles

Thu 3

Made with plastic toys, painted sets, and a surreal sense of humour, this Belgian animation is a treat for children and adults. The film stars three toys named Cowboy, Indian, and Horse... SAT 12, 2.45PM

GULLIVER’S TRAVELS 3D (PG)

Fri 4

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

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

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

Sat 5

2:30

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

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) See page family matinees for details.

Sun 13

5:00

10:30 1:30 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web) The Yankles 15 p11

5:00 5:45

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

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

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

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 A Town Called Panic PG p4

Sat 12

5:00

6:00 5:30

8:30 8:15 8:00 7:45 Mon 14

FRI 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Rob Letterman United States 2010 87m

3:00 3:30 2:30 2:00

This new adaptation of the classic tale revolves around a shipwrecked mailroom clerk who discovers an island in the heart of the Bermuda Triangle where he is the biggest occupant. Normal Ticket Prices Apply

TUE 22, 6.30PM SPECIAL PREVIEW followed by live satellite Q&A with Werner Hertzog

ROUTE IRISH (15)

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE (15)

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2010 108m

Dir: Jim Loach United Kingdom 2010 105m

See page 10 for details.

Starring: Mark Womack, Andrea Lowe

Starring: Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving

For filmgoers who crave political engagement, the partnership of director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty is a rich source. Their latest work, Route Irish, grapples with the Iraq war and the trend of using privatized soldiers who are more costly to taxpayers and less accountable to law than enlisted ranks. Route Irish probes deep into the disturbed mind of a man who has survived the Iraq experience, but emerges with scars that may never heal.

Talent is clearly woven into the fabric of the Loach family DNA as Jim Loach (son of Ken) makes an immensely impressive feature debut with Oranges and Sunshine. Rona Munro has skillfully adapted Margaret Humphreys’s 1994 book ‘Empty Cradles’ and Loach secures a powerhouse performance from Emily Watson in the lead role. In 1986, Nottingham social worker Humphreys became aware of a government programme that ran from the Victorian era until 1970 and relocated thousands of British children throughout the Commonwealth. It was the beginning of a tireless campaign to expose the truth, investigate the past and reunite dozens of broken families. Glasgow Film Festival

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

SAT 19, 3.30PM

ANIMALS UNITED (U) Dir: Reinhard Klooss Germany 2010 93m

In Africa the animals are waiting for the annual flood. As both their thirst and anxiety increase, cheeky meerkat Billy and Socrates the mountain lion, decide to gatecrash an international summit to discover where the water has gone.

Sun 6

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 7

Tue 8

Wed 9

See page 2 for details.

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Simon Konianski 15 p11

3:45 3:00 3:30 2:30

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Gasland PG p9

5:45 6:00 5:15

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

The King's Speech 12A Paul 15 Animal Kingdom 15 The Tempest PG Out of the Ashes PG p9 Pancake Day all day in the cafebar

5:45 6:00 5:15

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC) See page 3 for details.

Thu 10

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) Dir: Tomm Moore Ireland 2010 78m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Evan McGuire

Back once more by popular demand! Set in 9th century Ireland, the film opens in the fortified Kells Abbey, whose outer walls provide the last line of defence against the Vikings, while also acting as a frustrating limit to the playground of our hero, twelve-year-old Brendan.

Fri 11

SAT 19, 12.45PM

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

3:00

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Alexander Nevsky + Illustrated Talk PG p9

10.30 1:30

ANIMALS UNITED (12A) See page family matinees for details.

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Cure 15 p8 Cooperative Fairtrade Market Mezz Bar 12Noon - 6PM

Thu 17

5:30 8:30 8:15 7:45 8:00

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

Fri 18

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

SAT 26, 1.15PM & 3PM THU 31, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Wed 16

2:45

5:30

10:30 1:30

6:00 5:15 5:30

8:30 8:15 7:45

7:00 6:00 5:15 5:00 5:45

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

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Gulliver's Travels 3D PG p4 Go 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00 2:45

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Sun 20

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 12A p10 Wakewood 18 p9 Josee, the Tiger and... 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00

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

8:15 8:00

Sat 19

7:45 8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Linda Linda Linda 15 p8

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

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 One Million Yen Girl 15 p8 Japanese Food Night cafebar from 6PM

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

3:30

3:00

6:00

5:45 6:15

8:15

Sun 27

8:00 8:30 8:45

5:00 2:30 Mon 28 12:00

Mon 21

8:15 7:45 8:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

5:00

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

3:30

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Wed 23

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 2:30 The Tempest PG p1 Round Ireland with 10:30 1:30 a Fridge PG p10 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Irish night in the cafebar from 5PM

6:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00

5:30 5:15

5:45 5:00 6:15

7:45 7:00

Thu 24

8:15 8:00 8:30 Fri 25 8:45

3:45

6:00

8:15

5:45

8:00 8:30

2:45

PAY DAYY PART NIGHT!

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Preview + Live Satellite Q&A with Werner Herzog p3 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

Tue 29

6:30 6:00

5:45

8:15 8:00 8:30

2:45 9:00 5:00

6:30 3:30

6:00

5:45 5:00 6:15

8:15

Sat 26

8:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 10:30 1:30 Route Irish 15 p3 4:00 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Secret of Kells PG p4 Pay Day Party Night - cafebar see website for details

1:00

5:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 The Secret of Kells PG p4 1:15 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 1:00

Wed 30

8:00 8:30

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:30 5:00 7:00 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Masterclass: Misfits with Howard Overman p12

6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

6:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 8:30 8:45 6:30

3:45

6:00

8:15

2:45 3:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

3:00

Thu 31

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BBC WRITERSROOM PRESENTS: Finding Emotional Truth p12 Endgame 15 p12 Fiendish Film Quiz cafebar from 8.30PM Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Materclass: Getting On with Vicki Pepperdine & Joanna Scanlan p12

6:00

5:45 5:30

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

7:00 4:30

6:00 2:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 10:30 1:30 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

5:45 5:30

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

6:30 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

8:45

5:30 1:15 12:45 3:30

Oranges and Sunshine 15 p3 11:30 Submarine 15 p3 3:30 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 2:45 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 3:15 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Women in Love + Filmmakers Q&A 15 p12 1:00

4:00

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Sawako Decides 15 p8

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Animals United U p4 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 p10 MET OPERA LIVE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 In the Name of their Mothers 15 p11 MET OPERA ENCORE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

2:00

Tue 22 Tue 15

Starring: Amanda Peet, Jack Black

PREVIEW SUN 27, 11.30AM FRI 18 - THU 31

SAT 5, 2PM & 3.45PM

Dir: Stephane Aubier Belgium 2009 77m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE

FRI 25 FEB - THU 10 MAR

ROUTE IRISH

FRI 18 FEB - THU 10 MAR

05

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.

8:45


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE Programmed with the discerning MATINEES viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2011 Tue 1

Wed 2

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ANIMAL KINGDOM (15)

THE TEMPEST (PG)

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

Dir: Greg Mottola United States 2011 103m

Dir: David Michôd Australia 2010 113m

Dir: Julie Taymor United States 2010 109m

Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Guy Pearce,

Starring: Helen Mirren, David Strathairn

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) reunite for the comedy adventure Paul as two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever...

Ben Mendelsohn

Renowned for her wonderfully inventive works for both stage and screen, Julie Taymor has applied her considerable talents to this fascinating rendering of Shakespeare’s late, great mystical romance. Exiled on a remote island, Prospera, the duchess of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure a bevy of characters from her past to shore, revealing in the process a skate of human frailties, illusions, kindness and nobility. Ms. Mirren is ably aided by a terrific cast, including Russell Brand, Alfred Molina, Djimon Hounsou, David Strathairn, Chris Cooper, Alan Cumming, Ben Whishaw & Tom Conti.

This riveting drama, which won a World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance, sees 17 year-old Josh drawn into the orbit of his hard-core criminal family when his protective mother dies. As the police close in on his three near-psychotic uncles, Josh finds himself conflicted by family loyalties and pressure from a detective, while coping with a gut-wrenching impulse to see justice prevail and to survive. Bath Film Festival

✹ TRUE GRIT, INSIDE JOB

THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) Dir: Tom Hooper United Kingdom 2011 118m

THE KING’S SPEECH

THE TEMPEST THE COMPANY MEN NORWEGIAN WOOD YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER

SUBMARINE (15) Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom

Dir: Werner Herzog France 2010 95m

Dir: Tran Anh Hung Japan 2010 133m

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams

Dir: Woody Allen United States 2009 98m

2011 96m

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi

Back by popular demand! Blue Valentine is an intelligent, heartbreaking story of a couple nearing the end of their marriage. In flashback we see the pleasure and promise of their early relationship, and the film pulls us between past and present, giving us a subtly drawn, non-judgemental portrait of the ebb and flow of love.

Starring: Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas,

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Noah Taylor,

Following Encounters At The End Of The World, Herzog once again takes us deep behind the frontier of an extraordinary place. In the mesmerising Cave of Forgotten Dreams he gains exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. He puts 3-D technology to a profound use, taking us back in time over 30,000 years.

Tommy Lee Jones

Bobby Walker is living the American dream: great job, beautiful family, shiny Porsche in the garage. When corporate downsizing leaves him and co-workers Phil and Gene jobless, the three men are forced to re-define their lives as men, husbands, and fathers. Bobby soon finds himself enduring enthusiastic life coaching, a job building houses which does not play to his executive skill set, and perhaps the realization that there is more to life than chasing the bigger, better deal. With humour, pathos, and keen observation, writer-director John Wells (the creator of “ER”) introduces us to the new realities of American life.

Adapting Haruki Murakami’s breakthrough novel with the romantic melancholy of the Beatles song that gave it its name, Norwegian Wood is a passionate story of nostalgia, loss and awakening sexuality. Watanabe, a quiet and serious college student, becomes deeply devoted to Naoko, a beautiful and introspective young woman with whom he shares the tragedy of their best friend’s death. When Naoko suddenly disappears, Midori, an outgoing, vivacious and supremely selfconfident girl marches into Watanabe’s life.

Starring: Rashida Jones, Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield

Brilliantly directed by David Fincher from a razor-sharp script by Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network is a scintillating look at the meteoric rise and acrimonious fall of the founders of Facebook - Harvard undergrads who developed their zeitgeist-altering phenomenon out of their dorm rooms...and ended up suing each other for millions.

FRI 18 MAR - THU 7 APR

120m

With English subtitles

Dir: David Fincher United States 2010 120m

FRI 25 MAR - THU 7 APR

CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (CERT TBC)

Starring: Chris Cooper, Ben Affleck,

THE SOCIAL NETWORK (12A)

FRI 18 - THU 31

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC)

Dir: John Wells United States 2010 104m

BENDA BILILI!

Back by popular demand, this is the story of Bertie, Duke of York, the future George VI, and his inability to speak in public, because of his stammer. A record-breaking film to make you laugh, cry and feel uplifted.

OSCAR CONTENDER

BLUE VALENTINE (15)

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We’ll have some tasty Japanese food on the menu tonight to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme (see page 8 for details).

THE SOCIAL NETWORK

Geoffrey Rush

END ON THE 3RD MARCH DON’T MISS THEM!

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

FRI 11 - SUN 13

OSCAR CONTENDER

MON 14 - WED 16

NORWEGIAN WOOD (15) NORUWEI NO MORI

Starring: Colin Firth, Helena Carter,

& NEVER LET ME GO

MARCH 2011

OSCAR CONTENDER

FRI 11 - THU 24

FRI 11 - THU 24

PAUL (15)

FRI 4 - THU 10

SUBMARINE

FRI 4 - THU 17

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2010

FRI 18 - THU 31

BENDA BILILI! (PG) Dir: Renaud Barret France 2009 86m

Staff Benda Bilili were a huge sensation at WOMAD this summer. This French documentary (5 years in the making) follows the band's remarkable fairy tale journey from the streets of Kinshasa, Congo to becoming International stars. Benda Bilili means ‘see beyond' which has profound meaning for this group of musicians who include five paraplegics and an able bodied teenager who makes music from a tin can connected to a stick with a piece of nylon. Fantastic music and remarkable characters make this an uplifting and unforgettable film. Bath Film Festival

Josh Brolin

Paddy Considine

Woody Allen's latest comic ensemble piece follows a group of Londoners struggling with failing marriages, restless libidos, the perils of aging and desires that drive a series of decisions with unforeseen consequences. This comic concoction moves effortlessly between farce and frolic, with hints of Molière and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ sprinkled throughout. Allen’s uncanny ability to send up all of his characters while remaining in love with their every misstep is a marvel to behold. Toronto Film Festival

The world hadn’t been waiting for the Welsh Rushmore, which makes Submarine that much more of a thrill. Full of surprises and amazingly affecting, this is a film to fall in love with. Based on Joe Dunthorne’s acclaimed novel, Submarine is a captivating coming-ofage story with an offbeat edge. Our hero, Oliver Tate, must fight to save his mother from the advances of a mystic and simultaneously lure his eczema-strafed girlfriend in to the bedroom armed with only a vast vocabulary and near-total self-belief.

PAUL (15) See page 1 for details. THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE TEMPEST (PG) THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) See page 1 for details.

A TOWN CALLED PANIC (PG) PANIQUE AU VILLAGE With English Subtitles

Thu 3

Made with plastic toys, painted sets, and a surreal sense of humour, this Belgian animation is a treat for children and adults. The film stars three toys named Cowboy, Indian, and Horse... SAT 12, 2.45PM

GULLIVER’S TRAVELS 3D (PG)

Fri 4

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

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

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

Sat 5

2:30

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

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) See page family matinees for details.

Sun 13

5:00

10:30 1:30 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web) The Yankles 15 p11

5:00 5:45

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

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

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

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 A Town Called Panic PG p4

Sat 12

5:00

6:00 5:30

8:30 8:15 8:00 7:45 Mon 14

FRI 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Rob Letterman United States 2010 87m

3:00 3:30 2:30 2:00

This new adaptation of the classic tale revolves around a shipwrecked mailroom clerk who discovers an island in the heart of the Bermuda Triangle where he is the biggest occupant. Normal Ticket Prices Apply

TUE 22, 6.30PM SPECIAL PREVIEW followed by live satellite Q&A with Werner Hertzog

ROUTE IRISH (15)

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE (15)

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2010 108m

Dir: Jim Loach United Kingdom 2010 105m

See page 10 for details.

Starring: Mark Womack, Andrea Lowe

Starring: Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving

For filmgoers who crave political engagement, the partnership of director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty is a rich source. Their latest work, Route Irish, grapples with the Iraq war and the trend of using privatized soldiers who are more costly to taxpayers and less accountable to law than enlisted ranks. Route Irish probes deep into the disturbed mind of a man who has survived the Iraq experience, but emerges with scars that may never heal.

Talent is clearly woven into the fabric of the Loach family DNA as Jim Loach (son of Ken) makes an immensely impressive feature debut with Oranges and Sunshine. Rona Munro has skillfully adapted Margaret Humphreys’s 1994 book ‘Empty Cradles’ and Loach secures a powerhouse performance from Emily Watson in the lead role. In 1986, Nottingham social worker Humphreys became aware of a government programme that ran from the Victorian era until 1970 and relocated thousands of British children throughout the Commonwealth. It was the beginning of a tireless campaign to expose the truth, investigate the past and reunite dozens of broken families. Glasgow Film Festival

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

SAT 19, 3.30PM

ANIMALS UNITED (U) Dir: Reinhard Klooss Germany 2010 93m

In Africa the animals are waiting for the annual flood. As both their thirst and anxiety increase, cheeky meerkat Billy and Socrates the mountain lion, decide to gatecrash an international summit to discover where the water has gone.

Sun 6

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 7

Tue 8

Wed 9

See page 2 for details.

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Simon Konianski 15 p11

3:45 3:00 3:30 2:30

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Gasland PG p9

5:45 6:00 5:15

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

The King's Speech 12A Paul 15 Animal Kingdom 15 The Tempest PG Out of the Ashes PG p9 Pancake Day all day in the cafebar

5:45 6:00 5:15

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC) See page 3 for details.

Thu 10

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) Dir: Tomm Moore Ireland 2010 78m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Evan McGuire

Back once more by popular demand! Set in 9th century Ireland, the film opens in the fortified Kells Abbey, whose outer walls provide the last line of defence against the Vikings, while also acting as a frustrating limit to the playground of our hero, twelve-year-old Brendan.

Fri 11

SAT 19, 12.45PM

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

3:00

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Alexander Nevsky + Illustrated Talk PG p9

10.30 1:30

ANIMALS UNITED (12A) See page family matinees for details.

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Cure 15 p8 Cooperative Fairtrade Market Mezz Bar 12Noon - 6PM

Thu 17

5:30 8:30 8:15 7:45 8:00

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

Fri 18

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

SAT 26, 1.15PM & 3PM THU 31, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Wed 16

2:45

5:30

10:30 1:30

6:00 5:15 5:30

8:30 8:15 7:45

7:00 6:00 5:15 5:00 5:45

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

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Gulliver's Travels 3D PG p4 Go 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00 2:45

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Sun 20

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 12A p10 Wakewood 18 p9 Josee, the Tiger and... 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00

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

8:15 8:00

Sat 19

7:45 8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Linda Linda Linda 15 p8

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

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 One Million Yen Girl 15 p8 Japanese Food Night cafebar from 6PM

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

3:30

3:00

6:00

5:45 6:15

8:15

Sun 27

8:00 8:30 8:45

5:00 2:30 Mon 28 12:00

Mon 21

8:15 7:45 8:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

5:00

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

3:30

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Wed 23

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 2:30 The Tempest PG p1 Round Ireland with 10:30 1:30 a Fridge PG p10 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Irish night in the cafebar from 5PM

6:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00

5:30 5:15

5:45 5:00 6:15

7:45 7:00

Thu 24

8:15 8:00 8:30 Fri 25 8:45

3:45

6:00

8:15

5:45

8:00 8:30

2:45

PAY DAYY PART NIGHT!

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Preview + Live Satellite Q&A with Werner Herzog p3 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

Tue 29

6:30 6:00

5:45

8:15 8:00 8:30

2:45 9:00 5:00

6:30 3:30

6:00

5:45 5:00 6:15

8:15

Sat 26

8:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 10:30 1:30 Route Irish 15 p3 4:00 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Secret of Kells PG p4 Pay Day Party Night - cafebar see website for details

1:00

5:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 The Secret of Kells PG p4 1:15 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 1:00

Wed 30

8:00 8:30

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:30 5:00 7:00 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Masterclass: Misfits with Howard Overman p12

6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

6:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 8:30 8:45 6:30

3:45

6:00

8:15

2:45 3:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

3:00

Thu 31

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BBC WRITERSROOM PRESENTS: Finding Emotional Truth p12 Endgame 15 p12 Fiendish Film Quiz cafebar from 8.30PM Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Materclass: Getting On with Vicki Pepperdine & Joanna Scanlan p12

6:00

5:45 5:30

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

7:00 4:30

6:00 2:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 10:30 1:30 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

5:45 5:30

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

6:30 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

8:45

5:30 1:15 12:45 3:30

Oranges and Sunshine 15 p3 11:30 Submarine 15 p3 3:30 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 2:45 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 3:15 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Women in Love + Filmmakers Q&A 15 p12 1:00

4:00

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Sawako Decides 15 p8

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Animals United U p4 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 p10 MET OPERA LIVE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 In the Name of their Mothers 15 p11 MET OPERA ENCORE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

2:00

Tue 22 Tue 15

Starring: Amanda Peet, Jack Black

PREVIEW SUN 27, 11.30AM FRI 18 - THU 31

SAT 5, 2PM & 3.45PM

Dir: Stephane Aubier Belgium 2009 77m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE

FRI 25 FEB - THU 10 MAR

ROUTE IRISH

FRI 18 FEB - THU 10 MAR

05

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.

8:45


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE Programmed with the discerning MATINEES viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2011 Tue 1

Wed 2

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ANIMAL KINGDOM (15)

THE TEMPEST (PG)

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

Dir: Greg Mottola United States 2011 103m

Dir: David Michôd Australia 2010 113m

Dir: Julie Taymor United States 2010 109m

Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Guy Pearce,

Starring: Helen Mirren, David Strathairn

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) reunite for the comedy adventure Paul as two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever...

Ben Mendelsohn

Renowned for her wonderfully inventive works for both stage and screen, Julie Taymor has applied her considerable talents to this fascinating rendering of Shakespeare’s late, great mystical romance. Exiled on a remote island, Prospera, the duchess of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure a bevy of characters from her past to shore, revealing in the process a skate of human frailties, illusions, kindness and nobility. Ms. Mirren is ably aided by a terrific cast, including Russell Brand, Alfred Molina, Djimon Hounsou, David Strathairn, Chris Cooper, Alan Cumming, Ben Whishaw & Tom Conti.

This riveting drama, which won a World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance, sees 17 year-old Josh drawn into the orbit of his hard-core criminal family when his protective mother dies. As the police close in on his three near-psychotic uncles, Josh finds himself conflicted by family loyalties and pressure from a detective, while coping with a gut-wrenching impulse to see justice prevail and to survive. Bath Film Festival

✹ TRUE GRIT, INSIDE JOB

THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) Dir: Tom Hooper United Kingdom 2011 118m

THE KING’S SPEECH

THE TEMPEST THE COMPANY MEN NORWEGIAN WOOD YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER

SUBMARINE (15) Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom

Dir: Werner Herzog France 2010 95m

Dir: Tran Anh Hung Japan 2010 133m

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams

Dir: Woody Allen United States 2009 98m

2011 96m

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi

Back by popular demand! Blue Valentine is an intelligent, heartbreaking story of a couple nearing the end of their marriage. In flashback we see the pleasure and promise of their early relationship, and the film pulls us between past and present, giving us a subtly drawn, non-judgemental portrait of the ebb and flow of love.

Starring: Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas,

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Noah Taylor,

Following Encounters At The End Of The World, Herzog once again takes us deep behind the frontier of an extraordinary place. In the mesmerising Cave of Forgotten Dreams he gains exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. He puts 3-D technology to a profound use, taking us back in time over 30,000 years.

Tommy Lee Jones

Bobby Walker is living the American dream: great job, beautiful family, shiny Porsche in the garage. When corporate downsizing leaves him and co-workers Phil and Gene jobless, the three men are forced to re-define their lives as men, husbands, and fathers. Bobby soon finds himself enduring enthusiastic life coaching, a job building houses which does not play to his executive skill set, and perhaps the realization that there is more to life than chasing the bigger, better deal. With humour, pathos, and keen observation, writer-director John Wells (the creator of “ER”) introduces us to the new realities of American life.

Adapting Haruki Murakami’s breakthrough novel with the romantic melancholy of the Beatles song that gave it its name, Norwegian Wood is a passionate story of nostalgia, loss and awakening sexuality. Watanabe, a quiet and serious college student, becomes deeply devoted to Naoko, a beautiful and introspective young woman with whom he shares the tragedy of their best friend’s death. When Naoko suddenly disappears, Midori, an outgoing, vivacious and supremely selfconfident girl marches into Watanabe’s life.

Starring: Rashida Jones, Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield

Brilliantly directed by David Fincher from a razor-sharp script by Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network is a scintillating look at the meteoric rise and acrimonious fall of the founders of Facebook - Harvard undergrads who developed their zeitgeist-altering phenomenon out of their dorm rooms...and ended up suing each other for millions.

FRI 18 MAR - THU 7 APR

120m

With English subtitles

Dir: David Fincher United States 2010 120m

FRI 25 MAR - THU 7 APR

CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (CERT TBC)

Starring: Chris Cooper, Ben Affleck,

THE SOCIAL NETWORK (12A)

FRI 18 - THU 31

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC)

Dir: John Wells United States 2010 104m

BENDA BILILI!

Back by popular demand, this is the story of Bertie, Duke of York, the future George VI, and his inability to speak in public, because of his stammer. A record-breaking film to make you laugh, cry and feel uplifted.

OSCAR CONTENDER

BLUE VALENTINE (15)

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We’ll have some tasty Japanese food on the menu tonight to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme (see page 8 for details).

THE SOCIAL NETWORK

Geoffrey Rush

END ON THE 3RD MARCH DON’T MISS THEM!

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

FRI 11 - SUN 13

OSCAR CONTENDER

MON 14 - WED 16

NORWEGIAN WOOD (15) NORUWEI NO MORI

Starring: Colin Firth, Helena Carter,

& NEVER LET ME GO

MARCH 2011

OSCAR CONTENDER

FRI 11 - THU 24

FRI 11 - THU 24

PAUL (15)

FRI 4 - THU 10

SUBMARINE

FRI 4 - THU 17

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2010

FRI 18 - THU 31

BENDA BILILI! (PG) Dir: Renaud Barret France 2009 86m

Staff Benda Bilili were a huge sensation at WOMAD this summer. This French documentary (5 years in the making) follows the band's remarkable fairy tale journey from the streets of Kinshasa, Congo to becoming International stars. Benda Bilili means ‘see beyond' which has profound meaning for this group of musicians who include five paraplegics and an able bodied teenager who makes music from a tin can connected to a stick with a piece of nylon. Fantastic music and remarkable characters make this an uplifting and unforgettable film. Bath Film Festival

Josh Brolin

Paddy Considine

Woody Allen's latest comic ensemble piece follows a group of Londoners struggling with failing marriages, restless libidos, the perils of aging and desires that drive a series of decisions with unforeseen consequences. This comic concoction moves effortlessly between farce and frolic, with hints of Molière and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ sprinkled throughout. Allen’s uncanny ability to send up all of his characters while remaining in love with their every misstep is a marvel to behold. Toronto Film Festival

The world hadn’t been waiting for the Welsh Rushmore, which makes Submarine that much more of a thrill. Full of surprises and amazingly affecting, this is a film to fall in love with. Based on Joe Dunthorne’s acclaimed novel, Submarine is a captivating coming-ofage story with an offbeat edge. Our hero, Oliver Tate, must fight to save his mother from the advances of a mystic and simultaneously lure his eczema-strafed girlfriend in to the bedroom armed with only a vast vocabulary and near-total self-belief.

PAUL (15) See page 1 for details. THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE TEMPEST (PG) THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) See page 1 for details.

A TOWN CALLED PANIC (PG) PANIQUE AU VILLAGE With English Subtitles

Thu 3

Made with plastic toys, painted sets, and a surreal sense of humour, this Belgian animation is a treat for children and adults. The film stars three toys named Cowboy, Indian, and Horse... SAT 12, 2.45PM

GULLIVER’S TRAVELS 3D (PG)

Fri 4

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

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

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

Sat 5

2:30

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

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) See page family matinees for details.

Sun 13

5:00

10:30 1:30 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web) The Yankles 15 p11

5:00 5:45

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

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

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

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 A Town Called Panic PG p4

Sat 12

5:00

6:00 5:30

8:30 8:15 8:00 7:45 Mon 14

FRI 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Rob Letterman United States 2010 87m

3:00 3:30 2:30 2:00

This new adaptation of the classic tale revolves around a shipwrecked mailroom clerk who discovers an island in the heart of the Bermuda Triangle where he is the biggest occupant. Normal Ticket Prices Apply

TUE 22, 6.30PM SPECIAL PREVIEW followed by live satellite Q&A with Werner Hertzog

ROUTE IRISH (15)

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE (15)

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2010 108m

Dir: Jim Loach United Kingdom 2010 105m

See page 10 for details.

Starring: Mark Womack, Andrea Lowe

Starring: Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving

For filmgoers who crave political engagement, the partnership of director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty is a rich source. Their latest work, Route Irish, grapples with the Iraq war and the trend of using privatized soldiers who are more costly to taxpayers and less accountable to law than enlisted ranks. Route Irish probes deep into the disturbed mind of a man who has survived the Iraq experience, but emerges with scars that may never heal.

Talent is clearly woven into the fabric of the Loach family DNA as Jim Loach (son of Ken) makes an immensely impressive feature debut with Oranges and Sunshine. Rona Munro has skillfully adapted Margaret Humphreys’s 1994 book ‘Empty Cradles’ and Loach secures a powerhouse performance from Emily Watson in the lead role. In 1986, Nottingham social worker Humphreys became aware of a government programme that ran from the Victorian era until 1970 and relocated thousands of British children throughout the Commonwealth. It was the beginning of a tireless campaign to expose the truth, investigate the past and reunite dozens of broken families. Glasgow Film Festival

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

SAT 19, 3.30PM

ANIMALS UNITED (U) Dir: Reinhard Klooss Germany 2010 93m

In Africa the animals are waiting for the annual flood. As both their thirst and anxiety increase, cheeky meerkat Billy and Socrates the mountain lion, decide to gatecrash an international summit to discover where the water has gone.

Sun 6

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 7

Tue 8

Wed 9

See page 2 for details.

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Simon Konianski 15 p11

3:45 3:00 3:30 2:30

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Gasland PG p9

5:45 6:00 5:15

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

The King's Speech 12A Paul 15 Animal Kingdom 15 The Tempest PG Out of the Ashes PG p9 Pancake Day all day in the cafebar

5:45 6:00 5:15

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC) See page 3 for details.

Thu 10

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) Dir: Tomm Moore Ireland 2010 78m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Evan McGuire

Back once more by popular demand! Set in 9th century Ireland, the film opens in the fortified Kells Abbey, whose outer walls provide the last line of defence against the Vikings, while also acting as a frustrating limit to the playground of our hero, twelve-year-old Brendan.

Fri 11

SAT 19, 12.45PM

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

3:00

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Alexander Nevsky + Illustrated Talk PG p9

10.30 1:30

ANIMALS UNITED (12A) See page family matinees for details.

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Cure 15 p8 Cooperative Fairtrade Market Mezz Bar 12Noon - 6PM

Thu 17

5:30 8:30 8:15 7:45 8:00

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

Fri 18

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

SAT 26, 1.15PM & 3PM THU 31, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Wed 16

2:45

5:30

10:30 1:30

6:00 5:15 5:30

8:30 8:15 7:45

7:00 6:00 5:15 5:00 5:45

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

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Gulliver's Travels 3D PG p4 Go 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00 2:45

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Sun 20

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 12A p10 Wakewood 18 p9 Josee, the Tiger and... 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00

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

8:15 8:00

Sat 19

7:45 8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Linda Linda Linda 15 p8

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

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 One Million Yen Girl 15 p8 Japanese Food Night cafebar from 6PM

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

3:30

3:00

6:00

5:45 6:15

8:15

Sun 27

8:00 8:30 8:45

5:00 2:30 Mon 28 12:00

Mon 21

8:15 7:45 8:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

5:00

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

3:30

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Wed 23

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 2:30 The Tempest PG p1 Round Ireland with 10:30 1:30 a Fridge PG p10 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Irish night in the cafebar from 5PM

6:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00

5:30 5:15

5:45 5:00 6:15

7:45 7:00

Thu 24

8:15 8:00 8:30 Fri 25 8:45

3:45

6:00

8:15

5:45

8:00 8:30

2:45

PAY DAYY PART NIGHT!

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Preview + Live Satellite Q&A with Werner Herzog p3 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

Tue 29

6:30 6:00

5:45

8:15 8:00 8:30

2:45 9:00 5:00

6:30 3:30

6:00

5:45 5:00 6:15

8:15

Sat 26

8:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 10:30 1:30 Route Irish 15 p3 4:00 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Secret of Kells PG p4 Pay Day Party Night - cafebar see website for details

1:00

5:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 The Secret of Kells PG p4 1:15 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 1:00

Wed 30

8:00 8:30

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:30 5:00 7:00 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Masterclass: Misfits with Howard Overman p12

6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

6:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 8:30 8:45 6:30

3:45

6:00

8:15

2:45 3:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

3:00

Thu 31

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BBC WRITERSROOM PRESENTS: Finding Emotional Truth p12 Endgame 15 p12 Fiendish Film Quiz cafebar from 8.30PM Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Materclass: Getting On with Vicki Pepperdine & Joanna Scanlan p12

6:00

5:45 5:30

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

7:00 4:30

6:00 2:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 10:30 1:30 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

5:45 5:30

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

6:30 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

8:45

5:30 1:15 12:45 3:30

Oranges and Sunshine 15 p3 11:30 Submarine 15 p3 3:30 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 2:45 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 3:15 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Women in Love + Filmmakers Q&A 15 p12 1:00

4:00

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Sawako Decides 15 p8

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Animals United U p4 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 p10 MET OPERA LIVE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 In the Name of their Mothers 15 p11 MET OPERA ENCORE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

2:00

Tue 22 Tue 15

Starring: Amanda Peet, Jack Black

PREVIEW SUN 27, 11.30AM FRI 18 - THU 31

SAT 5, 2PM & 3.45PM

Dir: Stephane Aubier Belgium 2009 77m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE

FRI 25 FEB - THU 10 MAR

ROUTE IRISH

FRI 18 FEB - THU 10 MAR

05

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.

8:45


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE Programmed with the discerning MATINEES viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2011 Tue 1

Wed 2

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ANIMAL KINGDOM (15)

THE TEMPEST (PG)

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

Dir: Greg Mottola United States 2011 103m

Dir: David Michôd Australia 2010 113m

Dir: Julie Taymor United States 2010 109m

Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Guy Pearce,

Starring: Helen Mirren, David Strathairn

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) reunite for the comedy adventure Paul as two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever...

Ben Mendelsohn

Renowned for her wonderfully inventive works for both stage and screen, Julie Taymor has applied her considerable talents to this fascinating rendering of Shakespeare’s late, great mystical romance. Exiled on a remote island, Prospera, the duchess of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure a bevy of characters from her past to shore, revealing in the process a skate of human frailties, illusions, kindness and nobility. Ms. Mirren is ably aided by a terrific cast, including Russell Brand, Alfred Molina, Djimon Hounsou, David Strathairn, Chris Cooper, Alan Cumming, Ben Whishaw & Tom Conti.

This riveting drama, which won a World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance, sees 17 year-old Josh drawn into the orbit of his hard-core criminal family when his protective mother dies. As the police close in on his three near-psychotic uncles, Josh finds himself conflicted by family loyalties and pressure from a detective, while coping with a gut-wrenching impulse to see justice prevail and to survive. Bath Film Festival

✹ TRUE GRIT, INSIDE JOB

THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) Dir: Tom Hooper United Kingdom 2011 118m

THE KING’S SPEECH

THE TEMPEST THE COMPANY MEN NORWEGIAN WOOD YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER

SUBMARINE (15) Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom

Dir: Werner Herzog France 2010 95m

Dir: Tran Anh Hung Japan 2010 133m

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams

Dir: Woody Allen United States 2009 98m

2011 96m

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi

Back by popular demand! Blue Valentine is an intelligent, heartbreaking story of a couple nearing the end of their marriage. In flashback we see the pleasure and promise of their early relationship, and the film pulls us between past and present, giving us a subtly drawn, non-judgemental portrait of the ebb and flow of love.

Starring: Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas,

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Noah Taylor,

Following Encounters At The End Of The World, Herzog once again takes us deep behind the frontier of an extraordinary place. In the mesmerising Cave of Forgotten Dreams he gains exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. He puts 3-D technology to a profound use, taking us back in time over 30,000 years.

Tommy Lee Jones

Bobby Walker is living the American dream: great job, beautiful family, shiny Porsche in the garage. When corporate downsizing leaves him and co-workers Phil and Gene jobless, the three men are forced to re-define their lives as men, husbands, and fathers. Bobby soon finds himself enduring enthusiastic life coaching, a job building houses which does not play to his executive skill set, and perhaps the realization that there is more to life than chasing the bigger, better deal. With humour, pathos, and keen observation, writer-director John Wells (the creator of “ER”) introduces us to the new realities of American life.

Adapting Haruki Murakami’s breakthrough novel with the romantic melancholy of the Beatles song that gave it its name, Norwegian Wood is a passionate story of nostalgia, loss and awakening sexuality. Watanabe, a quiet and serious college student, becomes deeply devoted to Naoko, a beautiful and introspective young woman with whom he shares the tragedy of their best friend’s death. When Naoko suddenly disappears, Midori, an outgoing, vivacious and supremely selfconfident girl marches into Watanabe’s life.

Starring: Rashida Jones, Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield

Brilliantly directed by David Fincher from a razor-sharp script by Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network is a scintillating look at the meteoric rise and acrimonious fall of the founders of Facebook - Harvard undergrads who developed their zeitgeist-altering phenomenon out of their dorm rooms...and ended up suing each other for millions.

FRI 18 MAR - THU 7 APR

120m

With English subtitles

Dir: David Fincher United States 2010 120m

FRI 25 MAR - THU 7 APR

CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (CERT TBC)

Starring: Chris Cooper, Ben Affleck,

THE SOCIAL NETWORK (12A)

FRI 18 - THU 31

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC)

Dir: John Wells United States 2010 104m

BENDA BILILI!

Back by popular demand, this is the story of Bertie, Duke of York, the future George VI, and his inability to speak in public, because of his stammer. A record-breaking film to make you laugh, cry and feel uplifted.

OSCAR CONTENDER

BLUE VALENTINE (15)

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We’ll have some tasty Japanese food on the menu tonight to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme (see page 8 for details).

THE SOCIAL NETWORK

Geoffrey Rush

END ON THE 3RD MARCH DON’T MISS THEM!

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

FRI 11 - SUN 13

OSCAR CONTENDER

MON 14 - WED 16

NORWEGIAN WOOD (15) NORUWEI NO MORI

Starring: Colin Firth, Helena Carter,

& NEVER LET ME GO

MARCH 2011

OSCAR CONTENDER

FRI 11 - THU 24

FRI 11 - THU 24

PAUL (15)

FRI 4 - THU 10

SUBMARINE

FRI 4 - THU 17

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2010

FRI 18 - THU 31

BENDA BILILI! (PG) Dir: Renaud Barret France 2009 86m

Staff Benda Bilili were a huge sensation at WOMAD this summer. This French documentary (5 years in the making) follows the band's remarkable fairy tale journey from the streets of Kinshasa, Congo to becoming International stars. Benda Bilili means ‘see beyond' which has profound meaning for this group of musicians who include five paraplegics and an able bodied teenager who makes music from a tin can connected to a stick with a piece of nylon. Fantastic music and remarkable characters make this an uplifting and unforgettable film. Bath Film Festival

Josh Brolin

Paddy Considine

Woody Allen's latest comic ensemble piece follows a group of Londoners struggling with failing marriages, restless libidos, the perils of aging and desires that drive a series of decisions with unforeseen consequences. This comic concoction moves effortlessly between farce and frolic, with hints of Molière and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ sprinkled throughout. Allen’s uncanny ability to send up all of his characters while remaining in love with their every misstep is a marvel to behold. Toronto Film Festival

The world hadn’t been waiting for the Welsh Rushmore, which makes Submarine that much more of a thrill. Full of surprises and amazingly affecting, this is a film to fall in love with. Based on Joe Dunthorne’s acclaimed novel, Submarine is a captivating coming-ofage story with an offbeat edge. Our hero, Oliver Tate, must fight to save his mother from the advances of a mystic and simultaneously lure his eczema-strafed girlfriend in to the bedroom armed with only a vast vocabulary and near-total self-belief.

PAUL (15) See page 1 for details. THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE TEMPEST (PG) THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) See page 1 for details.

A TOWN CALLED PANIC (PG) PANIQUE AU VILLAGE With English Subtitles

Thu 3

Made with plastic toys, painted sets, and a surreal sense of humour, this Belgian animation is a treat for children and adults. The film stars three toys named Cowboy, Indian, and Horse... SAT 12, 2.45PM

GULLIVER’S TRAVELS 3D (PG)

Fri 4

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

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

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

Sat 5

2:30

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

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) See page family matinees for details.

Sun 13

5:00

10:30 1:30 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web) The Yankles 15 p11

5:00 5:45

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

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

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

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 A Town Called Panic PG p4

Sat 12

5:00

6:00 5:30

8:30 8:15 8:00 7:45 Mon 14

FRI 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Rob Letterman United States 2010 87m

3:00 3:30 2:30 2:00

This new adaptation of the classic tale revolves around a shipwrecked mailroom clerk who discovers an island in the heart of the Bermuda Triangle where he is the biggest occupant. Normal Ticket Prices Apply

TUE 22, 6.30PM SPECIAL PREVIEW followed by live satellite Q&A with Werner Hertzog

ROUTE IRISH (15)

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE (15)

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2010 108m

Dir: Jim Loach United Kingdom 2010 105m

See page 10 for details.

Starring: Mark Womack, Andrea Lowe

Starring: Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving

For filmgoers who crave political engagement, the partnership of director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty is a rich source. Their latest work, Route Irish, grapples with the Iraq war and the trend of using privatized soldiers who are more costly to taxpayers and less accountable to law than enlisted ranks. Route Irish probes deep into the disturbed mind of a man who has survived the Iraq experience, but emerges with scars that may never heal.

Talent is clearly woven into the fabric of the Loach family DNA as Jim Loach (son of Ken) makes an immensely impressive feature debut with Oranges and Sunshine. Rona Munro has skillfully adapted Margaret Humphreys’s 1994 book ‘Empty Cradles’ and Loach secures a powerhouse performance from Emily Watson in the lead role. In 1986, Nottingham social worker Humphreys became aware of a government programme that ran from the Victorian era until 1970 and relocated thousands of British children throughout the Commonwealth. It was the beginning of a tireless campaign to expose the truth, investigate the past and reunite dozens of broken families. Glasgow Film Festival

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

SAT 19, 3.30PM

ANIMALS UNITED (U) Dir: Reinhard Klooss Germany 2010 93m

In Africa the animals are waiting for the annual flood. As both their thirst and anxiety increase, cheeky meerkat Billy and Socrates the mountain lion, decide to gatecrash an international summit to discover where the water has gone.

Sun 6

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 7

Tue 8

Wed 9

See page 2 for details.

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Simon Konianski 15 p11

3:45 3:00 3:30 2:30

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Gasland PG p9

5:45 6:00 5:15

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

The King's Speech 12A Paul 15 Animal Kingdom 15 The Tempest PG Out of the Ashes PG p9 Pancake Day all day in the cafebar

5:45 6:00 5:15

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC) See page 3 for details.

Thu 10

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) Dir: Tomm Moore Ireland 2010 78m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Evan McGuire

Back once more by popular demand! Set in 9th century Ireland, the film opens in the fortified Kells Abbey, whose outer walls provide the last line of defence against the Vikings, while also acting as a frustrating limit to the playground of our hero, twelve-year-old Brendan.

Fri 11

SAT 19, 12.45PM

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

3:00

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Alexander Nevsky + Illustrated Talk PG p9

10.30 1:30

ANIMALS UNITED (12A) See page family matinees for details.

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Cure 15 p8 Cooperative Fairtrade Market Mezz Bar 12Noon - 6PM

Thu 17

5:30 8:30 8:15 7:45 8:00

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

Fri 18

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

SAT 26, 1.15PM & 3PM THU 31, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Wed 16

2:45

5:30

10:30 1:30

6:00 5:15 5:30

8:30 8:15 7:45

7:00 6:00 5:15 5:00 5:45

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

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Gulliver's Travels 3D PG p4 Go 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00 2:45

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Sun 20

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 12A p10 Wakewood 18 p9 Josee, the Tiger and... 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00

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

8:15 8:00

Sat 19

7:45 8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Linda Linda Linda 15 p8

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

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 One Million Yen Girl 15 p8 Japanese Food Night cafebar from 6PM

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

3:30

3:00

6:00

5:45 6:15

8:15

Sun 27

8:00 8:30 8:45

5:00 2:30 Mon 28 12:00

Mon 21

8:15 7:45 8:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

5:00

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

3:30

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Wed 23

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 2:30 The Tempest PG p1 Round Ireland with 10:30 1:30 a Fridge PG p10 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Irish night in the cafebar from 5PM

6:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00

5:30 5:15

5:45 5:00 6:15

7:45 7:00

Thu 24

8:15 8:00 8:30 Fri 25 8:45

3:45

6:00

8:15

5:45

8:00 8:30

2:45

PAY DAYY PART NIGHT!

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Preview + Live Satellite Q&A with Werner Herzog p3 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

Tue 29

6:30 6:00

5:45

8:15 8:00 8:30

2:45 9:00 5:00

6:30 3:30

6:00

5:45 5:00 6:15

8:15

Sat 26

8:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 10:30 1:30 Route Irish 15 p3 4:00 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Secret of Kells PG p4 Pay Day Party Night - cafebar see website for details

1:00

5:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 The Secret of Kells PG p4 1:15 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 1:00

Wed 30

8:00 8:30

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:30 5:00 7:00 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Masterclass: Misfits with Howard Overman p12

6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

6:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 8:30 8:45 6:30

3:45

6:00

8:15

2:45 3:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

3:00

Thu 31

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BBC WRITERSROOM PRESENTS: Finding Emotional Truth p12 Endgame 15 p12 Fiendish Film Quiz cafebar from 8.30PM Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Materclass: Getting On with Vicki Pepperdine & Joanna Scanlan p12

6:00

5:45 5:30

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

7:00 4:30

6:00 2:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 10:30 1:30 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

5:45 5:30

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

6:30 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

8:45

5:30 1:15 12:45 3:30

Oranges and Sunshine 15 p3 11:30 Submarine 15 p3 3:30 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 2:45 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 3:15 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Women in Love + Filmmakers Q&A 15 p12 1:00

4:00

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Sawako Decides 15 p8

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Animals United U p4 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 p10 MET OPERA LIVE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 In the Name of their Mothers 15 p11 MET OPERA ENCORE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

2:00

Tue 22 Tue 15

Starring: Amanda Peet, Jack Black

PREVIEW SUN 27, 11.30AM FRI 18 - THU 31

SAT 5, 2PM & 3.45PM

Dir: Stephane Aubier Belgium 2009 77m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE

FRI 25 FEB - THU 10 MAR

ROUTE IRISH

FRI 18 FEB - THU 10 MAR

05

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.

8:45


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE Programmed with the discerning MATINEES viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2011 Tue 1

Wed 2

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ANIMAL KINGDOM (15)

THE TEMPEST (PG)

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

Dir: Greg Mottola United States 2011 103m

Dir: David Michôd Australia 2010 113m

Dir: Julie Taymor United States 2010 109m

Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Guy Pearce,

Starring: Helen Mirren, David Strathairn

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) reunite for the comedy adventure Paul as two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever...

Ben Mendelsohn

Renowned for her wonderfully inventive works for both stage and screen, Julie Taymor has applied her considerable talents to this fascinating rendering of Shakespeare’s late, great mystical romance. Exiled on a remote island, Prospera, the duchess of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure a bevy of characters from her past to shore, revealing in the process a skate of human frailties, illusions, kindness and nobility. Ms. Mirren is ably aided by a terrific cast, including Russell Brand, Alfred Molina, Djimon Hounsou, David Strathairn, Chris Cooper, Alan Cumming, Ben Whishaw & Tom Conti.

This riveting drama, which won a World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance, sees 17 year-old Josh drawn into the orbit of his hard-core criminal family when his protective mother dies. As the police close in on his three near-psychotic uncles, Josh finds himself conflicted by family loyalties and pressure from a detective, while coping with a gut-wrenching impulse to see justice prevail and to survive. Bath Film Festival

✹ TRUE GRIT, INSIDE JOB

THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) Dir: Tom Hooper United Kingdom 2011 118m

THE KING’S SPEECH

THE TEMPEST THE COMPANY MEN NORWEGIAN WOOD YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER

SUBMARINE (15) Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom

Dir: Werner Herzog France 2010 95m

Dir: Tran Anh Hung Japan 2010 133m

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams

Dir: Woody Allen United States 2009 98m

2011 96m

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi

Back by popular demand! Blue Valentine is an intelligent, heartbreaking story of a couple nearing the end of their marriage. In flashback we see the pleasure and promise of their early relationship, and the film pulls us between past and present, giving us a subtly drawn, non-judgemental portrait of the ebb and flow of love.

Starring: Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas,

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Noah Taylor,

Following Encounters At The End Of The World, Herzog once again takes us deep behind the frontier of an extraordinary place. In the mesmerising Cave of Forgotten Dreams he gains exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. He puts 3-D technology to a profound use, taking us back in time over 30,000 years.

Tommy Lee Jones

Bobby Walker is living the American dream: great job, beautiful family, shiny Porsche in the garage. When corporate downsizing leaves him and co-workers Phil and Gene jobless, the three men are forced to re-define their lives as men, husbands, and fathers. Bobby soon finds himself enduring enthusiastic life coaching, a job building houses which does not play to his executive skill set, and perhaps the realization that there is more to life than chasing the bigger, better deal. With humour, pathos, and keen observation, writer-director John Wells (the creator of “ER”) introduces us to the new realities of American life.

Adapting Haruki Murakami’s breakthrough novel with the romantic melancholy of the Beatles song that gave it its name, Norwegian Wood is a passionate story of nostalgia, loss and awakening sexuality. Watanabe, a quiet and serious college student, becomes deeply devoted to Naoko, a beautiful and introspective young woman with whom he shares the tragedy of their best friend’s death. When Naoko suddenly disappears, Midori, an outgoing, vivacious and supremely selfconfident girl marches into Watanabe’s life.

Starring: Rashida Jones, Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield

Brilliantly directed by David Fincher from a razor-sharp script by Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network is a scintillating look at the meteoric rise and acrimonious fall of the founders of Facebook - Harvard undergrads who developed their zeitgeist-altering phenomenon out of their dorm rooms...and ended up suing each other for millions.

FRI 18 MAR - THU 7 APR

120m

With English subtitles

Dir: David Fincher United States 2010 120m

FRI 25 MAR - THU 7 APR

CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (CERT TBC)

Starring: Chris Cooper, Ben Affleck,

THE SOCIAL NETWORK (12A)

FRI 18 - THU 31

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC)

Dir: John Wells United States 2010 104m

BENDA BILILI!

Back by popular demand, this is the story of Bertie, Duke of York, the future George VI, and his inability to speak in public, because of his stammer. A record-breaking film to make you laugh, cry and feel uplifted.

OSCAR CONTENDER

BLUE VALENTINE (15)

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We’ll have some tasty Japanese food on the menu tonight to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme (see page 8 for details).

THE SOCIAL NETWORK

Geoffrey Rush

END ON THE 3RD MARCH DON’T MISS THEM!

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

FRI 11 - SUN 13

OSCAR CONTENDER

MON 14 - WED 16

NORWEGIAN WOOD (15) NORUWEI NO MORI

Starring: Colin Firth, Helena Carter,

& NEVER LET ME GO

MARCH 2011

OSCAR CONTENDER

FRI 11 - THU 24

FRI 11 - THU 24

PAUL (15)

FRI 4 - THU 10

SUBMARINE

FRI 4 - THU 17

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2010

FRI 18 - THU 31

BENDA BILILI! (PG) Dir: Renaud Barret France 2009 86m

Staff Benda Bilili were a huge sensation at WOMAD this summer. This French documentary (5 years in the making) follows the band's remarkable fairy tale journey from the streets of Kinshasa, Congo to becoming International stars. Benda Bilili means ‘see beyond' which has profound meaning for this group of musicians who include five paraplegics and an able bodied teenager who makes music from a tin can connected to a stick with a piece of nylon. Fantastic music and remarkable characters make this an uplifting and unforgettable film. Bath Film Festival

Josh Brolin

Paddy Considine

Woody Allen's latest comic ensemble piece follows a group of Londoners struggling with failing marriages, restless libidos, the perils of aging and desires that drive a series of decisions with unforeseen consequences. This comic concoction moves effortlessly between farce and frolic, with hints of Molière and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ sprinkled throughout. Allen’s uncanny ability to send up all of his characters while remaining in love with their every misstep is a marvel to behold. Toronto Film Festival

The world hadn’t been waiting for the Welsh Rushmore, which makes Submarine that much more of a thrill. Full of surprises and amazingly affecting, this is a film to fall in love with. Based on Joe Dunthorne’s acclaimed novel, Submarine is a captivating coming-ofage story with an offbeat edge. Our hero, Oliver Tate, must fight to save his mother from the advances of a mystic and simultaneously lure his eczema-strafed girlfriend in to the bedroom armed with only a vast vocabulary and near-total self-belief.

PAUL (15) See page 1 for details. THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE TEMPEST (PG) THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) See page 1 for details.

A TOWN CALLED PANIC (PG) PANIQUE AU VILLAGE With English Subtitles

Thu 3

Made with plastic toys, painted sets, and a surreal sense of humour, this Belgian animation is a treat for children and adults. The film stars three toys named Cowboy, Indian, and Horse... SAT 12, 2.45PM

GULLIVER’S TRAVELS 3D (PG)

Fri 4

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

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

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

Sat 5

2:30

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

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) See page family matinees for details.

Sun 13

5:00

10:30 1:30 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web) The Yankles 15 p11

5:00 5:45

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

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

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

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 A Town Called Panic PG p4

Sat 12

5:00

6:00 5:30

8:30 8:15 8:00 7:45 Mon 14

FRI 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Rob Letterman United States 2010 87m

3:00 3:30 2:30 2:00

This new adaptation of the classic tale revolves around a shipwrecked mailroom clerk who discovers an island in the heart of the Bermuda Triangle where he is the biggest occupant. Normal Ticket Prices Apply

TUE 22, 6.30PM SPECIAL PREVIEW followed by live satellite Q&A with Werner Hertzog

ROUTE IRISH (15)

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE (15)

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2010 108m

Dir: Jim Loach United Kingdom 2010 105m

See page 10 for details.

Starring: Mark Womack, Andrea Lowe

Starring: Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving

For filmgoers who crave political engagement, the partnership of director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty is a rich source. Their latest work, Route Irish, grapples with the Iraq war and the trend of using privatized soldiers who are more costly to taxpayers and less accountable to law than enlisted ranks. Route Irish probes deep into the disturbed mind of a man who has survived the Iraq experience, but emerges with scars that may never heal.

Talent is clearly woven into the fabric of the Loach family DNA as Jim Loach (son of Ken) makes an immensely impressive feature debut with Oranges and Sunshine. Rona Munro has skillfully adapted Margaret Humphreys’s 1994 book ‘Empty Cradles’ and Loach secures a powerhouse performance from Emily Watson in the lead role. In 1986, Nottingham social worker Humphreys became aware of a government programme that ran from the Victorian era until 1970 and relocated thousands of British children throughout the Commonwealth. It was the beginning of a tireless campaign to expose the truth, investigate the past and reunite dozens of broken families. Glasgow Film Festival

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

SAT 19, 3.30PM

ANIMALS UNITED (U) Dir: Reinhard Klooss Germany 2010 93m

In Africa the animals are waiting for the annual flood. As both their thirst and anxiety increase, cheeky meerkat Billy and Socrates the mountain lion, decide to gatecrash an international summit to discover where the water has gone.

Sun 6

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 7

Tue 8

Wed 9

See page 2 for details.

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Simon Konianski 15 p11

3:45 3:00 3:30 2:30

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Gasland PG p9

5:45 6:00 5:15

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

The King's Speech 12A Paul 15 Animal Kingdom 15 The Tempest PG Out of the Ashes PG p9 Pancake Day all day in the cafebar

5:45 6:00 5:15

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC) See page 3 for details.

Thu 10

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) Dir: Tomm Moore Ireland 2010 78m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Evan McGuire

Back once more by popular demand! Set in 9th century Ireland, the film opens in the fortified Kells Abbey, whose outer walls provide the last line of defence against the Vikings, while also acting as a frustrating limit to the playground of our hero, twelve-year-old Brendan.

Fri 11

SAT 19, 12.45PM

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

3:00

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Alexander Nevsky + Illustrated Talk PG p9

10.30 1:30

ANIMALS UNITED (12A) See page family matinees for details.

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Cure 15 p8 Cooperative Fairtrade Market Mezz Bar 12Noon - 6PM

Thu 17

5:30 8:30 8:15 7:45 8:00

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

Fri 18

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

SAT 26, 1.15PM & 3PM THU 31, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Wed 16

2:45

5:30

10:30 1:30

6:00 5:15 5:30

8:30 8:15 7:45

7:00 6:00 5:15 5:00 5:45

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

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Gulliver's Travels 3D PG p4 Go 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00 2:45

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Sun 20

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 12A p10 Wakewood 18 p9 Josee, the Tiger and... 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00

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

8:15 8:00

Sat 19

7:45 8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Linda Linda Linda 15 p8

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

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 One Million Yen Girl 15 p8 Japanese Food Night cafebar from 6PM

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

3:30

3:00

6:00

5:45 6:15

8:15

Sun 27

8:00 8:30 8:45

5:00 2:30 Mon 28 12:00

Mon 21

8:15 7:45 8:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

5:00

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

3:30

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Wed 23

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 2:30 The Tempest PG p1 Round Ireland with 10:30 1:30 a Fridge PG p10 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Irish night in the cafebar from 5PM

6:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00

5:30 5:15

5:45 5:00 6:15

7:45 7:00

Thu 24

8:15 8:00 8:30 Fri 25 8:45

3:45

6:00

8:15

5:45

8:00 8:30

2:45

PAY DAYY PART NIGHT!

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Preview + Live Satellite Q&A with Werner Herzog p3 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

Tue 29

6:30 6:00

5:45

8:15 8:00 8:30

2:45 9:00 5:00

6:30 3:30

6:00

5:45 5:00 6:15

8:15

Sat 26

8:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 10:30 1:30 Route Irish 15 p3 4:00 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Secret of Kells PG p4 Pay Day Party Night - cafebar see website for details

1:00

5:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 The Secret of Kells PG p4 1:15 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 1:00

Wed 30

8:00 8:30

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:30 5:00 7:00 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Masterclass: Misfits with Howard Overman p12

6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

6:00

5:45 5:30

8:15 8:00 8:30 8:45 6:30

3:45

6:00

8:15

2:45 3:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:45

3:00

Thu 31

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BBC WRITERSROOM PRESENTS: Finding Emotional Truth p12 Endgame 15 p12 Fiendish Film Quiz cafebar from 8.30PM Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Materclass: Getting On with Vicki Pepperdine & Joanna Scanlan p12

6:00

5:45 5:30

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

7:00 4:30

6:00 2:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 10:30 1:30 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

5:45 5:30

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

6:30 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

8:45

5:30 1:15 12:45 3:30

Oranges and Sunshine 15 p3 11:30 Submarine 15 p3 3:30 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 2:45 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 3:15 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Women in Love + Filmmakers Q&A 15 p12 1:00

4:00

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Sawako Decides 15 p8

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Animals United U p4 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 p10 MET OPERA LIVE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 In the Name of their Mothers 15 p11 MET OPERA ENCORE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

2:00

Tue 22 Tue 15

Starring: Amanda Peet, Jack Black

PREVIEW SUN 27, 11.30AM FRI 18 - THU 31

SAT 5, 2PM & 3.45PM

Dir: Stephane Aubier Belgium 2009 77m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE

FRI 25 FEB - THU 10 MAR

ROUTE IRISH

FRI 18 FEB - THU 10 MAR

05

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.

8:45


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2011

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE Programmed with the discerning MATINEES viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

MARCH 2011 Tue 1

Wed 2

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ANIMAL KINGDOM (15)

THE TEMPEST (PG)

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

Dir: Greg Mottola United States 2011 103m

Dir: David Michôd Australia 2010 113m

Dir: Julie Taymor United States 2010 109m

Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Guy Pearce,

Starring: Helen Mirren, David Strathairn

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) reunite for the comedy adventure Paul as two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever...

Ben Mendelsohn

Renowned for her wonderfully inventive works for both stage and screen, Julie Taymor has applied her considerable talents to this fascinating rendering of Shakespeare’s late, great mystical romance. Exiled on a remote island, Prospera, the duchess of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure a bevy of characters from her past to shore, revealing in the process a skate of human frailties, illusions, kindness and nobility. Ms. Mirren is ably aided by a terrific cast, including Russell Brand, Alfred Molina, Djimon Hounsou, David Strathairn, Chris Cooper, Alan Cumming, Ben Whishaw & Tom Conti.

This riveting drama, which won a World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance, sees 17 year-old Josh drawn into the orbit of his hard-core criminal family when his protective mother dies. As the police close in on his three near-psychotic uncles, Josh finds himself conflicted by family loyalties and pressure from a detective, while coping with a gut-wrenching impulse to see justice prevail and to survive. Bath Film Festival

✹ TRUE GRIT, INSIDE JOB

THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) Dir: Tom Hooper United Kingdom 2011 118m

THE KING’S SPEECH

THE TEMPEST THE COMPANY MEN NORWEGIAN WOOD YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER

SUBMARINE (15) Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom

Dir: Werner Herzog France 2010 95m

Dir: Tran Anh Hung Japan 2010 133m

Starring: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams

Dir: Woody Allen United States 2009 98m

2011 96m

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi

Back by popular demand! Blue Valentine is an intelligent, heartbreaking story of a couple nearing the end of their marriage. In flashback we see the pleasure and promise of their early relationship, and the film pulls us between past and present, giving us a subtly drawn, non-judgemental portrait of the ebb and flow of love.

Starring: Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas,

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Noah Taylor,

Following Encounters At The End Of The World, Herzog once again takes us deep behind the frontier of an extraordinary place. In the mesmerising Cave of Forgotten Dreams he gains exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. He puts 3-D technology to a profound use, taking us back in time over 30,000 years.

Tommy Lee Jones

Bobby Walker is living the American dream: great job, beautiful family, shiny Porsche in the garage. When corporate downsizing leaves him and co-workers Phil and Gene jobless, the three men are forced to re-define their lives as men, husbands, and fathers. Bobby soon finds himself enduring enthusiastic life coaching, a job building houses which does not play to his executive skill set, and perhaps the realization that there is more to life than chasing the bigger, better deal. With humour, pathos, and keen observation, writer-director John Wells (the creator of “ER”) introduces us to the new realities of American life.

Adapting Haruki Murakami’s breakthrough novel with the romantic melancholy of the Beatles song that gave it its name, Norwegian Wood is a passionate story of nostalgia, loss and awakening sexuality. Watanabe, a quiet and serious college student, becomes deeply devoted to Naoko, a beautiful and introspective young woman with whom he shares the tragedy of their best friend’s death. When Naoko suddenly disappears, Midori, an outgoing, vivacious and supremely selfconfident girl marches into Watanabe’s life.

Starring: Rashida Jones, Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield

Brilliantly directed by David Fincher from a razor-sharp script by Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network is a scintillating look at the meteoric rise and acrimonious fall of the founders of Facebook - Harvard undergrads who developed their zeitgeist-altering phenomenon out of their dorm rooms...and ended up suing each other for millions.

FRI 18 MAR - THU 7 APR

120m

With English subtitles

Dir: David Fincher United States 2010 120m

FRI 25 MAR - THU 7 APR

CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (CERT TBC)

Starring: Chris Cooper, Ben Affleck,

THE SOCIAL NETWORK (12A)

FRI 18 - THU 31

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC)

Dir: John Wells United States 2010 104m

BENDA BILILI!

Back by popular demand, this is the story of Bertie, Duke of York, the future George VI, and his inability to speak in public, because of his stammer. A record-breaking film to make you laugh, cry and feel uplifted.

OSCAR CONTENDER

BLUE VALENTINE (15)

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We’ll have some tasty Japanese food on the menu tonight to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme (see page 8 for details).

THE SOCIAL NETWORK

Geoffrey Rush

END ON THE 3RD MARCH DON’T MISS THEM!

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

FRI 11 - SUN 13

OSCAR CONTENDER

MON 14 - WED 16

NORWEGIAN WOOD (15) NORUWEI NO MORI

Starring: Colin Firth, Helena Carter,

& NEVER LET ME GO

MARCH 2011

OSCAR CONTENDER

FRI 11 - THU 24

FRI 11 - THU 24

PAUL (15)

FRI 4 - THU 10

SUBMARINE

FRI 4 - THU 17

Dir: Derek Cianfrance United States 2010

FRI 18 - THU 31

BENDA BILILI! (PG) Dir: Renaud Barret France 2009 86m

Staff Benda Bilili were a huge sensation at WOMAD this summer. This French documentary (5 years in the making) follows the band's remarkable fairy tale journey from the streets of Kinshasa, Congo to becoming International stars. Benda Bilili means ‘see beyond' which has profound meaning for this group of musicians who include five paraplegics and an able bodied teenager who makes music from a tin can connected to a stick with a piece of nylon. Fantastic music and remarkable characters make this an uplifting and unforgettable film. Bath Film Festival

Josh Brolin

Paddy Considine

Woody Allen's latest comic ensemble piece follows a group of Londoners struggling with failing marriages, restless libidos, the perils of aging and desires that drive a series of decisions with unforeseen consequences. This comic concoction moves effortlessly between farce and frolic, with hints of Molière and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ sprinkled throughout. Allen’s uncanny ability to send up all of his characters while remaining in love with their every misstep is a marvel to behold. Toronto Film Festival

The world hadn’t been waiting for the Welsh Rushmore, which makes Submarine that much more of a thrill. Full of surprises and amazingly affecting, this is a film to fall in love with. Based on Joe Dunthorne’s acclaimed novel, Submarine is a captivating coming-ofage story with an offbeat edge. Our hero, Oliver Tate, must fight to save his mother from the advances of a mystic and simultaneously lure his eczema-strafed girlfriend in to the bedroom armed with only a vast vocabulary and near-total self-belief.

PAUL (15) See page 1 for details. THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE TEMPEST (PG) THE KING'S SPEECH (12A) See page 1 for details.

A TOWN CALLED PANIC (PG) PANIQUE AU VILLAGE With English Subtitles

Thu 3

Made with plastic toys, painted sets, and a surreal sense of humour, this Belgian animation is a treat for children and adults. The film stars three toys named Cowboy, Indian, and Horse... SAT 12, 2.45PM

GULLIVER’S TRAVELS 3D (PG)

Fri 4

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

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 True Grit 15 (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web)

6:00 5:30 5:15

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

Sat 5

2:30

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

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) See page family matinees for details.

Sun 13

5:00

10:30 1:30 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Never Let Me Go 12A (See web) Inside Job 12A (See web) The Yankles 15 p11

5:00 5:45

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

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

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

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 A Town Called Panic PG p4

Sat 12

5:00

6:00 5:30

8:30 8:15 8:00 7:45 Mon 14

FRI 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Rob Letterman United States 2010 87m

3:00 3:30 2:30 2:00

This new adaptation of the classic tale revolves around a shipwrecked mailroom clerk who discovers an island in the heart of the Bermuda Triangle where he is the biggest occupant. Normal Ticket Prices Apply

TUE 22, 6.30PM SPECIAL PREVIEW followed by live satellite Q&A with Werner Hertzog

ROUTE IRISH (15)

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE (15)

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom 2010 108m

Dir: Jim Loach United Kingdom 2010 105m

See page 10 for details.

Starring: Mark Womack, Andrea Lowe

Starring: Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving

For filmgoers who crave political engagement, the partnership of director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty is a rich source. Their latest work, Route Irish, grapples with the Iraq war and the trend of using privatized soldiers who are more costly to taxpayers and less accountable to law than enlisted ranks. Route Irish probes deep into the disturbed mind of a man who has survived the Iraq experience, but emerges with scars that may never heal.

Talent is clearly woven into the fabric of the Loach family DNA as Jim Loach (son of Ken) makes an immensely impressive feature debut with Oranges and Sunshine. Rona Munro has skillfully adapted Margaret Humphreys’s 1994 book ‘Empty Cradles’ and Loach secures a powerhouse performance from Emily Watson in the lead role. In 1986, Nottingham social worker Humphreys became aware of a government programme that ran from the Victorian era until 1970 and relocated thousands of British children throughout the Commonwealth. It was the beginning of a tireless campaign to expose the truth, investigate the past and reunite dozens of broken families. Glasgow Film Festival

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE COMPANY MEN (15)

SAT 19, 3.30PM

ANIMALS UNITED (U) Dir: Reinhard Klooss Germany 2010 93m

In Africa the animals are waiting for the annual flood. As both their thirst and anxiety increase, cheeky meerkat Billy and Socrates the mountain lion, decide to gatecrash an international summit to discover where the water has gone.

Sun 6

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 7

Tue 8

Wed 9

See page 2 for details.

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Simon Konianski 15 p11

3:45 3:00 3:30 2:30

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

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

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Gasland PG p9

5:45 6:00 5:15

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

The King's Speech 12A Paul 15 Animal Kingdom 15 The Tempest PG Out of the Ashes PG p9 Pancake Day all day in the cafebar

5:45 6:00 5:15

YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (CERT TBC) See page 3 for details.

Thu 10

THE SECRET OF KELLS (PG) Dir: Tomm Moore Ireland 2010 78m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Evan McGuire

Back once more by popular demand! Set in 9th century Ireland, the film opens in the fortified Kells Abbey, whose outer walls provide the last line of defence against the Vikings, while also acting as a frustrating limit to the playground of our hero, twelve-year-old Brendan.

Fri 11

SAT 19, 12.45PM

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1

3:00

The King's Speech 12A p1 Paul 15 p1 Animal Kingdom 15 p1 The Tempest PG p1 Alexander Nevsky + Illustrated Talk PG p9

10.30 1:30

ANIMALS UNITED (12A) See page family matinees for details.

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Cure 15 p8 Cooperative Fairtrade Market Mezz Bar 12Noon - 6PM

Thu 17

5:30 8:30 8:15 7:45 8:00

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

Fri 18

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

SAT 26, 1.15PM & 3PM THU 31, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Wed 16

2:45

5:30

10:30 1:30

6:00 5:15 5:30

8:30 8:15 7:45

7:00 6:00 5:15 5:00 5:45

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

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Gulliver's Travels 3D PG p4 Go 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00 2:45

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Sun 20

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 The Social Network 12A p1 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 12A p10 Wakewood 18 p9 Josee, the Tiger and... 15 p8

3:30 2:30 3:00

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

8:15 8:00

Sat 19

7:45 8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Linda Linda Linda 15 p8

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

The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 One Million Yen Girl 15 p8 Japanese Food Night cafebar from 6PM

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

3:30

3:00

6:00

5:45 6:15

8:15

Sun 27

8:00 8:30 8:45

5:00 2:30 Mon 28 12:00

Mon 21

8:15 7:45 8:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00 8:30

5:00

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

3:30

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

8:15 7:45 8:00

Wed 23

8:30

The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 2:30 The Tempest PG p1 Round Ireland with 10:30 1:30 a Fridge PG p10 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Irish night in the cafebar from 5PM

6:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

6:00

8:15 8:00

5:30 5:15

5:45 5:00 6:15

7:45 7:00

Thu 24

8:15 8:00 8:30 Fri 25 8:45

3:45

6:00

8:15

5:45

8:00 8:30

2:45

PAY DAYY PART NIGHT!

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Preview + Live Satellite Q&A with Werner Herzog p3 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

Tue 29

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5:45

8:15 8:00 8:30

2:45 9:00 5:00

6:30 3:30

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8:15

Sat 26

8:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 10:30 1:30 Route Irish 15 p3 4:00 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 NT LIVE: Frankenstein 15 p10 Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Secret of Kells PG p4 Pay Day Party Night - cafebar see website for details

1:00

5:00

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 The Secret of Kells PG p4 1:15 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 1:00

Wed 30

8:00 8:30

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8:15 8:00 8:30

6:30 5:00 7:00 6:00

8:15

5:30 5:45 6:15

8:00 8:30

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Masterclass: Misfits with Howard Overman p12

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Thu 31

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BBC WRITERSROOM PRESENTS: Finding Emotional Truth p12 Endgame 15 p12 Fiendish Film Quiz cafebar from 8.30PM Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 BAFTA Materclass: Getting On with Vicki Pepperdine & Joanna Scanlan p12

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5:45 5:30

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

7:00 4:30

6:00 2:45

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 10:30 1:30 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2

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Oranges and Sunshine 15 p3 11:30 Submarine 15 p3 3:30 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 2:45 Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D p3 3:15 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Women in Love + Filmmakers Q&A 15 p12 1:00

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The Company Men 15 p2 Blue Valentine 15 p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 The Tempest PG p1 Sawako Decides 15 p8

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 Animals United U p4 NT ENCORE: Frankenstein 15 p10 MET OPERA LIVE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

Submarine 15 p3 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger p3 The Company Men 15 p2 Route Irish 15 p3 Benda Bilili! PG p2 Norwegian Wood 15 p2 In the Name of their Mothers 15 p11 MET OPERA ENCORE: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermore p10

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Tue 22 Tue 15

Starring: Amanda Peet, Jack Black

PREVIEW SUN 27, 11.30AM FRI 18 - THU 31

SAT 5, 2PM & 3.45PM

Dir: Stephane Aubier Belgium 2009 77m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE

FRI 25 FEB - THU 10 MAR

ROUTE IRISH

FRI 18 FEB - THU 10 MAR

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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.

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This season is produced and organised by the Japan Foundation with advice from Jasper Sharp. Supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

THU 3, 5.45PM

TUE 15, 8.30PM

Dir: Isshin Inudo Japan 2003 116m

Starring: Mirai Moriyama, Yu Aoi

Starring: Satoshi Tsumabuki, Chizuru Ikewaki

Suzuko is twenty-one and has served a short sentence in jail. She moves out of her parents’ home, determined to travel to greener pastures as soon as she saves up one million yen. She strikes up a romance with a young man living nearby, but with her bank account nearing seven figures, will she stay true to her original plan and hit the road?

When filmmaker Josh Fox discovers that Natural Gas drilling is coming to his area, he sets off on a journey to uncover the consequences of the United States’ natural gas drilling boom. What he uncovers is truly shocking; water that can be lit on fire right out of the sink, chronically ill residents of drilling areas, huge pools of toxic waste and gas explosions consistently covered up by regulatory agencies. And it could be coming our way soon!

GO (15)

OUT OF THE ASHES (UC)

Dir: Isao Yukisada Japan 2001 122m

Dir: Tim Albone United Kingdom 2010 90m

© LINDA LINDA LINDA Partners

A CURRY, A PINT & A FILM TICKET FOR JUST £14.50 EVERY MONDAY IN MARCH

Sugihara is a Korean with an unusual background. He was born and raised in Japan and schooled at a Korean school in Japan. When Sugihara falls in love with a Japanese girl, Sakurai, he dare not tell her he is not Japanese, fearing his confession might ruin their relationship.

This documentary follows the Afghan cricket team in their quest against the odds to qualify for the World Cup. At a time when headlines from Afghanistan are dominated by news of death and corruption, the film reveals a more human side to this beleaguered country which has endured three decades of war and occupation.

Connolly

Following a tragic death of their daughter, a young couple find themselves in the remote village of Wake Wood and given the chance to spend just a little more time with their loved one than nature allows… but the dead should never be woken! Hammer Films continue its resurrection following Let Me In with a film that is firmly in the tradition of the Legendary studio - witchcraft, dark pacts and terrifying dilemmas.

For the first time ever, National Theatre Live will broadcast two separate performances of a production. Throughout the run of Frankenstein at the National Theatre, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller are alternating the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Creature. Audiences here will have the chance to see both combinations, with two broadcasts a week apart. 17 Mar: Benedict Cumberbatch (Creature), Jonny Lee Miller (Victor) 24 Mar: Jonny Lee Miller (Creature), Benedict Cumberbatch (Victor) Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

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

260m

Natalie Dessay triumphed as the fragile heroine of Donizetti’s masterpiece on Opening Night of the 2007-08 season in Mary Zimmerman’s hit production. Now she returns to the role of the innocent young woman driven to madness, opposite Joseph Calleja, who sings her lover Edgardo. Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

SUN 13, 2PM

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD (12A) Dir: Edgar Wright United States 2010 112m Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

When the drop-dead gorgeous Ramona rollerblades into Scott Pilgrim’s life there’s a major catch: her seven evil ex-boyfriends stand in his way, each one more violent and malicious than the last and all equally intent on obliterating her new love interest... HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY SARAH

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS

SIMON KONIANSKI

PRECEDED BY:

ZAHOR With English subtitles

A short film which celebrates the lives of individuals and families who were persecuted by the Nazis.

FRIDAY 8 - SATURDAY 23 APRIL 8PM £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £9 RESTRICTED VIEW

LAKESIDE IN ASSOCIATION WITH ENGINEHOUSE PRESENTS

BY DAVID MAMET Electrifying dialogue and blazing emotion create a riveting play in which a college professor and his female student become embroiled in a war of words that takes a dangerous turn.

STARRING ALISTAIR McGOWAN AND CLARE FOSTER

LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PARK, NOTTINGHAM WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK BOX OFFICE: 0115 846 7777

With thanks to the BFI and to Channel 4.

Tickets: £3.50

SUN 27, 1PM

WOMEN IN LOVE 15 + WILLIAM IVORY Q&A

MON 28, 6.30PM

between Parts 1 & 2) Starring: Rosamund Pike,

90m

Rachael Stirling

Misfits appeared like a supercharged lightning storm on E4 in 2009 and went on to win a BAFTA for Best Television Drama for its clever and complex tale of five young offenders who discover that having superhero powers isn’t so super. We are thrilled to welcome creator and writer Howard Overman to reveal where Misfits came from, how it’s written and, perhaps, where it’s going in 2011.

Acclaimed Nottingham screenwriter William Ivory takes on its most famous novelist in a bold reinterpretation of ‘Women in Love’ and ‘The Rainbow’, based on DH Lawrence’s original intention to have the two published as a single book. We are pleased to welcome William Ivory to discuss the adaptation following the screening of Part 2.

With thanks to Clerkenwell Films and E4.

Women in Love will screen on BBC Four as part of the channel’s ‘Modern Love’ season. With thanks to Company Pictures, BBC Four and the BFI for this special preview.

WED 30, 6.30PM

BROADWAY BITES Film and meal deal. Full £13.50 • Conc & member £11.50

MASTERCLASS MISFITS WITH HOWARD OVERMAN

BBC Four 2011 2 x 90m (30m break

TUE 29, 7PM

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 • Conc £17 • Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27 • Student £5.50

BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

PRESENTS FINDING THE EMOTIONAL TRUTH WITH PAULA MILNE & KATE ROWLAND 80m

One of Britain’s leading screenwriters Paula Milne discusses with Kate Rowland the power of research, from Endgame to Small Island. Using clips as illustration, they will explore how the writer expertly blends investigation with imagination to create a script of compelling drama. Tickets: FREE but must be booked online or at box office. Paula Milne is an international awardwinning screenwriter for film and television, with a remarkable filmography that includes The Hollow Reed, The Politician’s Wife, The Virgin Queen and many more. Kate Rowland is Creative Director for New Writing at the BBC and heads BBC writersroom. BBC writersroom finds and develops drama and comedy writers for the BBC, working across all broadcast platforms and film. For further information, please visit www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom.

MASTERCLASS GETTING ON WITH SCREENWRITERS & STARS VICKI PEPPERDINE & JOANNA SCANLAN

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance.

90m

Co-written by its three leads (Jo Brand, Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan), Getting On is a scalpel-sharp sitcom set in an NHS hospital ward overpopulated with elderly patients and overseen by a professional care team that often couldn’t care less. We are pleased to welcome Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan to discuss writing and acting in the acclaimed sitcom. The Q&A will be illustrated with clips.

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. 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. 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 family matinees and Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

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. EVENING PARKING On street parking is available after 6pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets. NB: On street parking charges apply during the day. At surface car parks, evening parking is available from just 80p. Special evening prices are available at Fletchergate car park nearby. Parking Hotline: (0115) 915 6655. Broadway is located on Broad Street (in Hockley), five minutes walk from the Market Square. The closest tram stop is the Lace Market.

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BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

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TUE 8, 5.30PM

SAT 12, 8.30PM

Starring: Eva Birthistle, Aiden Gillen, Ella

A self-centered celebrity accepts a drunken bet that will change his outlook on life. On his funny and heartwarming journey around the coastline of Ireland, he meets a series of bizarre characters, falls for a feisty radio reporter and takes his fridge surfing.

When Simon’s father Ernest passes away, Simon fulfils his father’s last request: to bury him in the village where he was born, in the depths of Ukraine. And so Simon finds himself caught up in an event-packed road movie in the company of his paranoid old uncle, his aunt who nags him endlessly about his “Goy dancer”, his six-year-old son, not to mention his father’s ghost!

Limited Ticket offer: Buy tickets to Women in Love, Misfits & Getting On and get one of them for £3. Available at the box office only.

PRICES Full £7 • Conc £5.50 • Member £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 • Student Member £3.50 Family Matinee £3.50 • Children under 12 £3.50 Student Sunday £4 • Silver Screen £4

TRAVEL To plan your travel into Nottingham, visit www.triptimes.co.uk or phone Traveline on 0871 200 2233.

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Vancouver International Film Festival

Starring: Kou Shibasaki, Yosuke Kubozuka

✹ A CURRY AND A PINT

The film will be preceded by an illustrated 30 minute introduction to the music of Alexander Nevsky by Professor Mervyn Cooke. Prokofiev’s spectacular cantata of Alexander Nevsky is performed live by the Hallé at the Royal Concert Hall on Saturday 12 March. For details visit www.nottinghamclassics.org.uk.

Starring: Hikari Mitsushima, Masashi Endo

Sawako leaves behind her humiliating job in Tokyo to move back to her rural hometown. But things are no better here and Sawako begins to despair of ever making sense of her life until she makes a momentous decision...

WAKE WOOD (18) Dir: David Keating Ireland 2011 90m

150m

In this unashamedly good hearted and uplifting comedy, we follow the fortunes of the most unlikely bunch of sporting heroes - the Yankles, a baseball team made up of Ultra Orthodox yeshiva students.

Often referred to as “the Female Schindler,” Irena Sendler and her network of accomplices rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. This timely documentary is a remarkable testament to one of history’s great, unsung heroines.

From adaptations to original scripts, drama to comedy, award-winning screenwriters share their thoughts and experiences in a series of inspiring and illuminating discussions.

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 a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

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OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL, £11.50 CONC/MEMBERS SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Dir: Yuya Ishii Japan 2009 112m

Sergei Eisenstein’s landmark tale of Russia thwarting the German invasion of the 13th century was wildly popular, understandably so, given the prevailing Nazi geopolitical advancement and destruction at the time. It features some of the most beautiful imagery ever put on film, a majestic music score by Prokofiev and a dazzling, climactic battle on a frozen lake.

SUN 13, 7.45PM

Starring: Tony Hawks

MET OPERA LIVE: DONIZETTI’S LUCIA DI LAMMERMORE

Dir: Mary Skinner United States 2010 82m

Starring: Jonathan Zaccai

Ejiofor, Jonny Lee Miller

Nelson Mandela’s release from prison is one of the indelible images of the 20th century. Written by Paula Milne, Endgame reveals the inconceivable events at an English country house that led to this historic moment at the end of Apartheid.

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The bodies of a number of brutally murdered prostitutes are found in Tokyo. Detective Takabe and psychologist Sakuma are put on the case, but their investigation goes nowhere until a drifter, who may possibly have hypnotic powers, comes to their attention.

SAWAKO DECIDES (12A)

Starring: Nikolai Okhlopkov, Nikolai Cherkasov

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: FRANKENSTEIN (15)

Starring: Brian Wimmer, Bart Johnson

Dir: Micha Wald Belgium 2009 97m

Starring: William Hurt, Chiwetel

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Starring: Koji Yakusho, Tsuyoshi Ujiki

Starring: Doona Bae, Aki Maeda

Yamashita Nobuhiro’s charming comic drama charts the odyssey of an all-girl high school rock band that breaks up over personal differences and reforms as a cover band just days before a music festival (the title comes from a hit song by the Japanese ‘80s punk band The Blue Hearts). Rock ‘n’ roll!

WED 16, 8.30PM

Dir: Sergei Eisenstein 1938 112m

Dir: Ed Bye United Kingdom 2010 88m

Dir: David R Brooks United States 2009 115m

With English Subtitles

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS (15)

Channel 4 TX 4/5/2009 101m

ScreenLit is proud to present a season celebrating writing for British television.

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

ST CLUMBER

Dir: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan 1997 111m

Dir: Nobuhiro Yamashita Japan 2005 114m

MAYHEM HORROR FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW SCREENING OF HAMMER FILMS LATEST RELEASE

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

THE YANKLES (15)

SIMON KONIANSKI (15)

ENDGAME 15

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CURE (18)

LINDA LINDA LINDA (12A)

ALEXANDER NEVSKY (PG) + ILLUSTRATED TALK BY PROFESSOR MERVYN COOKE

SAT 19, 5PM (ENCORE SCREENING SUN 20, 12 NOON)

SUN 20, 2.30PM

TUE 29, 4.30PM

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

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Dir: Josh Fox United States 2010 107m

Dir: Yuki Tanada Japan 2008 121m

THU 17 & THU 24, 7PM (ENCORE SCREENINGS SAT 19 & SAT 26, 1PM)

SUN 6, 2.45PM

12

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ONE MILLION YEN GIRL (15)

MON 14, 8.30PM FRI 11, 8.30PM

THU 17

THU 10, 7PM NOTTINGHAM CLASSICS PRESENTS:

GASLAND (PG)

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH (18) A romantic drama about an ordinary college boy who falls for an extraordinary girl with cerebral palsy. A box-office sensation in Japan, Isshin Inudo’s mini masterpiece is an original take on modern day love.

THE YANKLES

© LINDA LINDA LINDA PARTNERS

We are pleased to present the return of this popular festival.

MON 7, 5.30PM SUN 13, 8.30PM

JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR

MARCH 2011

PYRAMID PRESS PRINT

Free WIFI zone.

The programme focuses on the resurgence of Japanese cinema from the mid 1990s onwards. Including established names such as Kiyoshi Kurosawa as well as up-and-coming talent Yuya Ishii, the featured directors have carved a new path for the future and contributed to the recent success of Japanese cinema around the world.

SPECIALS

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MARCH 2011

TOM PARTRIDGE DESIGN

Buffets available on request.

TUE 29, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher - prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING FILM PROGRAMME

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To hire our Mezz Lounge for a private party call Rachel on 0115 952 6600.

PAY DAY PARTY NIGHT!

MARCH 2011

MISFITS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FRI 25, FROM 8.30PM PAY DAY PARTYNIGHT See website for details.

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WOMEN IN LOVE BBC/COMPANY PICTURES

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

THU 17, FROM 5PM IT’S ST PATRICK’S DAY... so there’ll be Irish Stew on the menu tonight, along with plenty of Guinness and Irish music.

MARCH 2011

SAWAKO DECIDES

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

FRI 11, 12NOON - 6PM THE COOPERATIVE FAIRTRADE MARKET MEZZ BAR Come and celebrate Fairtrade fortnight with a Fairtrade marketplace, talks from a Fairtrade producer and lots more. Certain elements will require reservations, please visit www.cooperativememberevents.coop to register your interest and find out more.

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LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

BACK TO THE FUTURE JAPANESE CINEMA SINCE THE MID-90S

ONE MILLION YEN GIRL

TUE 8 SHROVE TUESDAY Sweet and savory pancakes available in the bar throughout the day.

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We will be treating you to some tasty Japanese food to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme.

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MARCH 2011

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH

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MARCH 2011


This season is produced and organised by the Japan Foundation with advice from Jasper Sharp. Supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

THU 3, 5.45PM

TUE 15, 8.30PM

Dir: Isshin Inudo Japan 2003 116m

Starring: Mirai Moriyama, Yu Aoi

Starring: Satoshi Tsumabuki, Chizuru Ikewaki

Suzuko is twenty-one and has served a short sentence in jail. She moves out of her parents’ home, determined to travel to greener pastures as soon as she saves up one million yen. She strikes up a romance with a young man living nearby, but with her bank account nearing seven figures, will she stay true to her original plan and hit the road?

When filmmaker Josh Fox discovers that Natural Gas drilling is coming to his area, he sets off on a journey to uncover the consequences of the United States’ natural gas drilling boom. What he uncovers is truly shocking; water that can be lit on fire right out of the sink, chronically ill residents of drilling areas, huge pools of toxic waste and gas explosions consistently covered up by regulatory agencies. And it could be coming our way soon!

GO (15)

OUT OF THE ASHES (UC)

Dir: Isao Yukisada Japan 2001 122m

Dir: Tim Albone United Kingdom 2010 90m

© LINDA LINDA LINDA Partners

A CURRY, A PINT & A FILM TICKET FOR JUST £14.50 EVERY MONDAY IN MARCH

Sugihara is a Korean with an unusual background. He was born and raised in Japan and schooled at a Korean school in Japan. When Sugihara falls in love with a Japanese girl, Sakurai, he dare not tell her he is not Japanese, fearing his confession might ruin their relationship.

This documentary follows the Afghan cricket team in their quest against the odds to qualify for the World Cup. At a time when headlines from Afghanistan are dominated by news of death and corruption, the film reveals a more human side to this beleaguered country which has endured three decades of war and occupation.

Connolly

Following a tragic death of their daughter, a young couple find themselves in the remote village of Wake Wood and given the chance to spend just a little more time with their loved one than nature allows… but the dead should never be woken! Hammer Films continue its resurrection following Let Me In with a film that is firmly in the tradition of the Legendary studio - witchcraft, dark pacts and terrifying dilemmas.

For the first time ever, National Theatre Live will broadcast two separate performances of a production. Throughout the run of Frankenstein at the National Theatre, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller are alternating the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Creature. Audiences here will have the chance to see both combinations, with two broadcasts a week apart. 17 Mar: Benedict Cumberbatch (Creature), Jonny Lee Miller (Victor) 24 Mar: Jonny Lee Miller (Creature), Benedict Cumberbatch (Victor) Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

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

260m

Natalie Dessay triumphed as the fragile heroine of Donizetti’s masterpiece on Opening Night of the 2007-08 season in Mary Zimmerman’s hit production. Now she returns to the role of the innocent young woman driven to madness, opposite Joseph Calleja, who sings her lover Edgardo. Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

SUN 13, 2PM

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD (12A) Dir: Edgar Wright United States 2010 112m Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

When the drop-dead gorgeous Ramona rollerblades into Scott Pilgrim’s life there’s a major catch: her seven evil ex-boyfriends stand in his way, each one more violent and malicious than the last and all equally intent on obliterating her new love interest... HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY SARAH

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS

SIMON KONIANSKI

PRECEDED BY:

ZAHOR With English subtitles

A short film which celebrates the lives of individuals and families who were persecuted by the Nazis.

FRIDAY 8 - SATURDAY 23 APRIL 8PM £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £9 RESTRICTED VIEW

LAKESIDE IN ASSOCIATION WITH ENGINEHOUSE PRESENTS

BY DAVID MAMET Electrifying dialogue and blazing emotion create a riveting play in which a college professor and his female student become embroiled in a war of words that takes a dangerous turn.

STARRING ALISTAIR McGOWAN AND CLARE FOSTER

LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PARK, NOTTINGHAM WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK BOX OFFICE: 0115 846 7777

With thanks to the BFI and to Channel 4.

Tickets: £3.50

SUN 27, 1PM

WOMEN IN LOVE 15 + WILLIAM IVORY Q&A

MON 28, 6.30PM

between Parts 1 & 2) Starring: Rosamund Pike,

90m

Rachael Stirling

Misfits appeared like a supercharged lightning storm on E4 in 2009 and went on to win a BAFTA for Best Television Drama for its clever and complex tale of five young offenders who discover that having superhero powers isn’t so super. We are thrilled to welcome creator and writer Howard Overman to reveal where Misfits came from, how it’s written and, perhaps, where it’s going in 2011.

Acclaimed Nottingham screenwriter William Ivory takes on its most famous novelist in a bold reinterpretation of ‘Women in Love’ and ‘The Rainbow’, based on DH Lawrence’s original intention to have the two published as a single book. We are pleased to welcome William Ivory to discuss the adaptation following the screening of Part 2.

With thanks to Clerkenwell Films and E4.

Women in Love will screen on BBC Four as part of the channel’s ‘Modern Love’ season. With thanks to Company Pictures, BBC Four and the BFI for this special preview.

WED 30, 6.30PM

BROADWAY BITES Film and meal deal. Full £13.50 • Conc & member £11.50

MASTERCLASS MISFITS WITH HOWARD OVERMAN

BBC Four 2011 2 x 90m (30m break

TUE 29, 7PM

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 • Conc £17 • Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27 • Student £5.50

BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

PRESENTS FINDING THE EMOTIONAL TRUTH WITH PAULA MILNE & KATE ROWLAND 80m

One of Britain’s leading screenwriters Paula Milne discusses with Kate Rowland the power of research, from Endgame to Small Island. Using clips as illustration, they will explore how the writer expertly blends investigation with imagination to create a script of compelling drama. Tickets: FREE but must be booked online or at box office. Paula Milne is an international awardwinning screenwriter for film and television, with a remarkable filmography that includes The Hollow Reed, The Politician’s Wife, The Virgin Queen and many more. Kate Rowland is Creative Director for New Writing at the BBC and heads BBC writersroom. BBC writersroom finds and develops drama and comedy writers for the BBC, working across all broadcast platforms and film. For further information, please visit www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom.

MASTERCLASS GETTING ON WITH SCREENWRITERS & STARS VICKI PEPPERDINE & JOANNA SCANLAN

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance.

90m

Co-written by its three leads (Jo Brand, Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan), Getting On is a scalpel-sharp sitcom set in an NHS hospital ward overpopulated with elderly patients and overseen by a professional care team that often couldn’t care less. We are pleased to welcome Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan to discuss writing and acting in the acclaimed sitcom. The Q&A will be illustrated with clips.

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. 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. 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 family matinees and Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

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. EVENING PARKING On street parking is available after 6pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets. NB: On street parking charges apply during the day. At surface car parks, evening parking is available from just 80p. Special evening prices are available at Fletchergate car park nearby. Parking Hotline: (0115) 915 6655. Broadway is located on Broad Street (in Hockley), five minutes walk from the Market Square. The closest tram stop is the Lace Market.

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BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

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

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TUE 8, 5.30PM

SAT 12, 8.30PM

Starring: Eva Birthistle, Aiden Gillen, Ella

A self-centered celebrity accepts a drunken bet that will change his outlook on life. On his funny and heartwarming journey around the coastline of Ireland, he meets a series of bizarre characters, falls for a feisty radio reporter and takes his fridge surfing.

When Simon’s father Ernest passes away, Simon fulfils his father’s last request: to bury him in the village where he was born, in the depths of Ukraine. And so Simon finds himself caught up in an event-packed road movie in the company of his paranoid old uncle, his aunt who nags him endlessly about his “Goy dancer”, his six-year-old son, not to mention his father’s ghost!

Limited Ticket offer: Buy tickets to Women in Love, Misfits & Getting On and get one of them for £3. Available at the box office only.

PRICES Full £7 • Conc £5.50 • Member £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 • Student Member £3.50 Family Matinee £3.50 • Children under 12 £3.50 Student Sunday £4 • Silver Screen £4

TRAVEL To plan your travel into Nottingham, visit www.triptimes.co.uk or phone Traveline on 0871 200 2233.

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Vancouver International Film Festival

Starring: Kou Shibasaki, Yosuke Kubozuka

✹ A CURRY AND A PINT

The film will be preceded by an illustrated 30 minute introduction to the music of Alexander Nevsky by Professor Mervyn Cooke. Prokofiev’s spectacular cantata of Alexander Nevsky is performed live by the Hallé at the Royal Concert Hall on Saturday 12 March. For details visit www.nottinghamclassics.org.uk.

Starring: Hikari Mitsushima, Masashi Endo

Sawako leaves behind her humiliating job in Tokyo to move back to her rural hometown. But things are no better here and Sawako begins to despair of ever making sense of her life until she makes a momentous decision...

WAKE WOOD (18) Dir: David Keating Ireland 2011 90m

150m

In this unashamedly good hearted and uplifting comedy, we follow the fortunes of the most unlikely bunch of sporting heroes - the Yankles, a baseball team made up of Ultra Orthodox yeshiva students.

Often referred to as “the Female Schindler,” Irena Sendler and her network of accomplices rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. This timely documentary is a remarkable testament to one of history’s great, unsung heroines.

From adaptations to original scripts, drama to comedy, award-winning screenwriters share their thoughts and experiences in a series of inspiring and illuminating discussions.

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 a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

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OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL, £11.50 CONC/MEMBERS SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Dir: Yuya Ishii Japan 2009 112m

Sergei Eisenstein’s landmark tale of Russia thwarting the German invasion of the 13th century was wildly popular, understandably so, given the prevailing Nazi geopolitical advancement and destruction at the time. It features some of the most beautiful imagery ever put on film, a majestic music score by Prokofiev and a dazzling, climactic battle on a frozen lake.

SUN 13, 7.45PM

Starring: Tony Hawks

MET OPERA LIVE: DONIZETTI’S LUCIA DI LAMMERMORE

Dir: Mary Skinner United States 2010 82m

Starring: Jonathan Zaccai

Ejiofor, Jonny Lee Miller

Nelson Mandela’s release from prison is one of the indelible images of the 20th century. Written by Paula Milne, Endgame reveals the inconceivable events at an English country house that led to this historic moment at the end of Apartheid.

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The bodies of a number of brutally murdered prostitutes are found in Tokyo. Detective Takabe and psychologist Sakuma are put on the case, but their investigation goes nowhere until a drifter, who may possibly have hypnotic powers, comes to their attention.

SAWAKO DECIDES (12A)

Starring: Nikolai Okhlopkov, Nikolai Cherkasov

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: FRANKENSTEIN (15)

Starring: Brian Wimmer, Bart Johnson

Dir: Micha Wald Belgium 2009 97m

Starring: William Hurt, Chiwetel

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

Starring: Koji Yakusho, Tsuyoshi Ujiki

Starring: Doona Bae, Aki Maeda

Yamashita Nobuhiro’s charming comic drama charts the odyssey of an all-girl high school rock band that breaks up over personal differences and reforms as a cover band just days before a music festival (the title comes from a hit song by the Japanese ‘80s punk band The Blue Hearts). Rock ‘n’ roll!

WED 16, 8.30PM

Dir: Sergei Eisenstein 1938 112m

Dir: Ed Bye United Kingdom 2010 88m

Dir: David R Brooks United States 2009 115m

With English Subtitles

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS (15)

Channel 4 TX 4/5/2009 101m

ScreenLit is proud to present a season celebrating writing for British television.

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

ST CLUMBER

Dir: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan 1997 111m

Dir: Nobuhiro Yamashita Japan 2005 114m

MAYHEM HORROR FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW SCREENING OF HAMMER FILMS LATEST RELEASE

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

THE YANKLES (15)

SIMON KONIANSKI (15)

ENDGAME 15

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LINDA LINDA LINDA (12A)

ALEXANDER NEVSKY (PG) + ILLUSTRATED TALK BY PROFESSOR MERVYN COOKE

SAT 19, 5PM (ENCORE SCREENING SUN 20, 12 NOON)

SUN 20, 2.30PM

TUE 29, 4.30PM

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

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Dir: Josh Fox United States 2010 107m

Dir: Yuki Tanada Japan 2008 121m

THU 17 & THU 24, 7PM (ENCORE SCREENINGS SAT 19 & SAT 26, 1PM)

SUN 6, 2.45PM

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ONE MILLION YEN GIRL (15)

MON 14, 8.30PM FRI 11, 8.30PM

THU 17

THU 10, 7PM NOTTINGHAM CLASSICS PRESENTS:

GASLAND (PG)

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH (18) A romantic drama about an ordinary college boy who falls for an extraordinary girl with cerebral palsy. A box-office sensation in Japan, Isshin Inudo’s mini masterpiece is an original take on modern day love.

THE YANKLES

© LINDA LINDA LINDA PARTNERS

We are pleased to present the return of this popular festival.

MON 7, 5.30PM SUN 13, 8.30PM

JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR

MARCH 2011

PYRAMID PRESS PRINT

Free WIFI zone.

The programme focuses on the resurgence of Japanese cinema from the mid 1990s onwards. Including established names such as Kiyoshi Kurosawa as well as up-and-coming talent Yuya Ishii, the featured directors have carved a new path for the future and contributed to the recent success of Japanese cinema around the world.

SPECIALS

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TOM PARTRIDGE DESIGN

Buffets available on request.

TUE 29, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher - prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING FILM PROGRAMME

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To hire our Mezz Lounge for a private party call Rachel on 0115 952 6600.

PAY DAY PARTY NIGHT!

MARCH 2011

MISFITS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FRI 25, FROM 8.30PM PAY DAY PARTYNIGHT See website for details.

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

THU 17, FROM 5PM IT’S ST PATRICK’S DAY... so there’ll be Irish Stew on the menu tonight, along with plenty of Guinness and Irish music.

MARCH 2011

SAWAKO DECIDES

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

FRI 11, 12NOON - 6PM THE COOPERATIVE FAIRTRADE MARKET MEZZ BAR Come and celebrate Fairtrade fortnight with a Fairtrade marketplace, talks from a Fairtrade producer and lots more. Certain elements will require reservations, please visit www.cooperativememberevents.coop to register your interest and find out more.

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BACK TO THE FUTURE JAPANESE CINEMA SINCE THE MID-90S

ONE MILLION YEN GIRL

TUE 8 SHROVE TUESDAY Sweet and savory pancakes available in the bar throughout the day.

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We will be treating you to some tasty Japanese food to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme.

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This season is produced and organised by the Japan Foundation with advice from Jasper Sharp. Supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

THU 3, 5.45PM

TUE 15, 8.30PM

Dir: Isshin Inudo Japan 2003 116m

Starring: Mirai Moriyama, Yu Aoi

Starring: Satoshi Tsumabuki, Chizuru Ikewaki

Suzuko is twenty-one and has served a short sentence in jail. She moves out of her parents’ home, determined to travel to greener pastures as soon as she saves up one million yen. She strikes up a romance with a young man living nearby, but with her bank account nearing seven figures, will she stay true to her original plan and hit the road?

When filmmaker Josh Fox discovers that Natural Gas drilling is coming to his area, he sets off on a journey to uncover the consequences of the United States’ natural gas drilling boom. What he uncovers is truly shocking; water that can be lit on fire right out of the sink, chronically ill residents of drilling areas, huge pools of toxic waste and gas explosions consistently covered up by regulatory agencies. And it could be coming our way soon!

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OUT OF THE ASHES (UC)

Dir: Isao Yukisada Japan 2001 122m

Dir: Tim Albone United Kingdom 2010 90m

© LINDA LINDA LINDA Partners

A CURRY, A PINT & A FILM TICKET FOR JUST £14.50 EVERY MONDAY IN MARCH

Sugihara is a Korean with an unusual background. He was born and raised in Japan and schooled at a Korean school in Japan. When Sugihara falls in love with a Japanese girl, Sakurai, he dare not tell her he is not Japanese, fearing his confession might ruin their relationship.

This documentary follows the Afghan cricket team in their quest against the odds to qualify for the World Cup. At a time when headlines from Afghanistan are dominated by news of death and corruption, the film reveals a more human side to this beleaguered country which has endured three decades of war and occupation.

Connolly

Following a tragic death of their daughter, a young couple find themselves in the remote village of Wake Wood and given the chance to spend just a little more time with their loved one than nature allows… but the dead should never be woken! Hammer Films continue its resurrection following Let Me In with a film that is firmly in the tradition of the Legendary studio - witchcraft, dark pacts and terrifying dilemmas.

For the first time ever, National Theatre Live will broadcast two separate performances of a production. Throughout the run of Frankenstein at the National Theatre, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller are alternating the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Creature. Audiences here will have the chance to see both combinations, with two broadcasts a week apart. 17 Mar: Benedict Cumberbatch (Creature), Jonny Lee Miller (Victor) 24 Mar: Jonny Lee Miller (Creature), Benedict Cumberbatch (Victor) Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

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

260m

Natalie Dessay triumphed as the fragile heroine of Donizetti’s masterpiece on Opening Night of the 2007-08 season in Mary Zimmerman’s hit production. Now she returns to the role of the innocent young woman driven to madness, opposite Joseph Calleja, who sings her lover Edgardo. Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

SUN 13, 2PM

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD (12A) Dir: Edgar Wright United States 2010 112m Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

When the drop-dead gorgeous Ramona rollerblades into Scott Pilgrim’s life there’s a major catch: her seven evil ex-boyfriends stand in his way, each one more violent and malicious than the last and all equally intent on obliterating her new love interest... HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY SARAH

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS

SIMON KONIANSKI

PRECEDED BY:

ZAHOR With English subtitles

A short film which celebrates the lives of individuals and families who were persecuted by the Nazis.

FRIDAY 8 - SATURDAY 23 APRIL 8PM £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £9 RESTRICTED VIEW

LAKESIDE IN ASSOCIATION WITH ENGINEHOUSE PRESENTS

BY DAVID MAMET Electrifying dialogue and blazing emotion create a riveting play in which a college professor and his female student become embroiled in a war of words that takes a dangerous turn.

STARRING ALISTAIR McGOWAN AND CLARE FOSTER

LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PARK, NOTTINGHAM WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK BOX OFFICE: 0115 846 7777

With thanks to the BFI and to Channel 4.

Tickets: £3.50

SUN 27, 1PM

WOMEN IN LOVE 15 + WILLIAM IVORY Q&A

MON 28, 6.30PM

between Parts 1 & 2) Starring: Rosamund Pike,

90m

Rachael Stirling

Misfits appeared like a supercharged lightning storm on E4 in 2009 and went on to win a BAFTA for Best Television Drama for its clever and complex tale of five young offenders who discover that having superhero powers isn’t so super. We are thrilled to welcome creator and writer Howard Overman to reveal where Misfits came from, how it’s written and, perhaps, where it’s going in 2011.

Acclaimed Nottingham screenwriter William Ivory takes on its most famous novelist in a bold reinterpretation of ‘Women in Love’ and ‘The Rainbow’, based on DH Lawrence’s original intention to have the two published as a single book. We are pleased to welcome William Ivory to discuss the adaptation following the screening of Part 2.

With thanks to Clerkenwell Films and E4.

Women in Love will screen on BBC Four as part of the channel’s ‘Modern Love’ season. With thanks to Company Pictures, BBC Four and the BFI for this special preview.

WED 30, 6.30PM

BROADWAY BITES Film and meal deal. Full £13.50 • Conc & member £11.50

MASTERCLASS MISFITS WITH HOWARD OVERMAN

BBC Four 2011 2 x 90m (30m break

TUE 29, 7PM

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 • Conc £17 • Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27 • Student £5.50

BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

PRESENTS FINDING THE EMOTIONAL TRUTH WITH PAULA MILNE & KATE ROWLAND 80m

One of Britain’s leading screenwriters Paula Milne discusses with Kate Rowland the power of research, from Endgame to Small Island. Using clips as illustration, they will explore how the writer expertly blends investigation with imagination to create a script of compelling drama. Tickets: FREE but must be booked online or at box office. Paula Milne is an international awardwinning screenwriter for film and television, with a remarkable filmography that includes The Hollow Reed, The Politician’s Wife, The Virgin Queen and many more. Kate Rowland is Creative Director for New Writing at the BBC and heads BBC writersroom. BBC writersroom finds and develops drama and comedy writers for the BBC, working across all broadcast platforms and film. For further information, please visit www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom.

MASTERCLASS GETTING ON WITH SCREENWRITERS & STARS VICKI PEPPERDINE & JOANNA SCANLAN

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance.

90m

Co-written by its three leads (Jo Brand, Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan), Getting On is a scalpel-sharp sitcom set in an NHS hospital ward overpopulated with elderly patients and overseen by a professional care team that often couldn’t care less. We are pleased to welcome Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan to discuss writing and acting in the acclaimed sitcom. The Q&A will be illustrated with clips.

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. 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. 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 family matinees and Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

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. EVENING PARKING On street parking is available after 6pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets. NB: On street parking charges apply during the day. At surface car parks, evening parking is available from just 80p. Special evening prices are available at Fletchergate car park nearby. Parking Hotline: (0115) 915 6655. Broadway is located on Broad Street (in Hockley), five minutes walk from the Market Square. The closest tram stop is the Lace Market.

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BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

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

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CAPITAL INVESTMENT FOR WORK COMPLETED IN OCTOBER 2006 GRATEFULLY RECEIVED FROM

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TUE 8, 5.30PM

SAT 12, 8.30PM

Starring: Eva Birthistle, Aiden Gillen, Ella

A self-centered celebrity accepts a drunken bet that will change his outlook on life. On his funny and heartwarming journey around the coastline of Ireland, he meets a series of bizarre characters, falls for a feisty radio reporter and takes his fridge surfing.

When Simon’s father Ernest passes away, Simon fulfils his father’s last request: to bury him in the village where he was born, in the depths of Ukraine. And so Simon finds himself caught up in an event-packed road movie in the company of his paranoid old uncle, his aunt who nags him endlessly about his “Goy dancer”, his six-year-old son, not to mention his father’s ghost!

Limited Ticket offer: Buy tickets to Women in Love, Misfits & Getting On and get one of them for £3. Available at the box office only.

PRICES Full £7 • Conc £5.50 • Member £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 • Student Member £3.50 Family Matinee £3.50 • Children under 12 £3.50 Student Sunday £4 • Silver Screen £4

TRAVEL To plan your travel into Nottingham, visit www.triptimes.co.uk or phone Traveline on 0871 200 2233.

EY

Vancouver International Film Festival

Starring: Kou Shibasaki, Yosuke Kubozuka

✹ A CURRY AND A PINT

The film will be preceded by an illustrated 30 minute introduction to the music of Alexander Nevsky by Professor Mervyn Cooke. Prokofiev’s spectacular cantata of Alexander Nevsky is performed live by the Hallé at the Royal Concert Hall on Saturday 12 March. For details visit www.nottinghamclassics.org.uk.

Starring: Hikari Mitsushima, Masashi Endo

Sawako leaves behind her humiliating job in Tokyo to move back to her rural hometown. But things are no better here and Sawako begins to despair of ever making sense of her life until she makes a momentous decision...

WAKE WOOD (18) Dir: David Keating Ireland 2011 90m

150m

In this unashamedly good hearted and uplifting comedy, we follow the fortunes of the most unlikely bunch of sporting heroes - the Yankles, a baseball team made up of Ultra Orthodox yeshiva students.

Often referred to as “the Female Schindler,” Irena Sendler and her network of accomplices rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. This timely documentary is a remarkable testament to one of history’s great, unsung heroines.

From adaptations to original scripts, drama to comedy, award-winning screenwriters share their thoughts and experiences in a series of inspiring and illuminating discussions.

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 a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

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OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL, £11.50 CONC/MEMBERS SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Dir: Yuya Ishii Japan 2009 112m

Sergei Eisenstein’s landmark tale of Russia thwarting the German invasion of the 13th century was wildly popular, understandably so, given the prevailing Nazi geopolitical advancement and destruction at the time. It features some of the most beautiful imagery ever put on film, a majestic music score by Prokofiev and a dazzling, climactic battle on a frozen lake.

SUN 13, 7.45PM

Starring: Tony Hawks

MET OPERA LIVE: DONIZETTI’S LUCIA DI LAMMERMORE

Dir: Mary Skinner United States 2010 82m

Starring: Jonathan Zaccai

Ejiofor, Jonny Lee Miller

Nelson Mandela’s release from prison is one of the indelible images of the 20th century. Written by Paula Milne, Endgame reveals the inconceivable events at an English country house that led to this historic moment at the end of Apartheid.

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BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH

The bodies of a number of brutally murdered prostitutes are found in Tokyo. Detective Takabe and psychologist Sakuma are put on the case, but their investigation goes nowhere until a drifter, who may possibly have hypnotic powers, comes to their attention.

SAWAKO DECIDES (12A)

Starring: Nikolai Okhlopkov, Nikolai Cherkasov

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: FRANKENSTEIN (15)

Starring: Brian Wimmer, Bart Johnson

Dir: Micha Wald Belgium 2009 97m

Starring: William Hurt, Chiwetel

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

Starring: Koji Yakusho, Tsuyoshi Ujiki

Starring: Doona Bae, Aki Maeda

Yamashita Nobuhiro’s charming comic drama charts the odyssey of an all-girl high school rock band that breaks up over personal differences and reforms as a cover band just days before a music festival (the title comes from a hit song by the Japanese ‘80s punk band The Blue Hearts). Rock ‘n’ roll!

WED 16, 8.30PM

Dir: Sergei Eisenstein 1938 112m

Dir: Ed Bye United Kingdom 2010 88m

Dir: David R Brooks United States 2009 115m

With English Subtitles

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS (15)

Channel 4 TX 4/5/2009 101m

ScreenLit is proud to present a season celebrating writing for British television.

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

ST CLUMBER

Dir: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan 1997 111m

Dir: Nobuhiro Yamashita Japan 2005 114m

MAYHEM HORROR FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW SCREENING OF HAMMER FILMS LATEST RELEASE

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

THE YANKLES (15)

SIMON KONIANSKI (15)

ENDGAME 15

13

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CURE (18)

LINDA LINDA LINDA (12A)

ALEXANDER NEVSKY (PG) + ILLUSTRATED TALK BY PROFESSOR MERVYN COOKE

SAT 19, 5PM (ENCORE SCREENING SUN 20, 12 NOON)

SUN 20, 2.30PM

TUE 29, 4.30PM

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

SE OU SH AS GL

Dir: Josh Fox United States 2010 107m

Dir: Yuki Tanada Japan 2008 121m

THU 17 & THU 24, 7PM (ENCORE SCREENINGS SAT 19 & SAT 26, 1PM)

SUN 6, 2.45PM

12

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ONE MILLION YEN GIRL (15)

MON 14, 8.30PM FRI 11, 8.30PM

THU 17

THU 10, 7PM NOTTINGHAM CLASSICS PRESENTS:

GASLAND (PG)

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH (18) A romantic drama about an ordinary college boy who falls for an extraordinary girl with cerebral palsy. A box-office sensation in Japan, Isshin Inudo’s mini masterpiece is an original take on modern day love.

THE YANKLES

© LINDA LINDA LINDA PARTNERS

We are pleased to present the return of this popular festival.

MON 7, 5.30PM SUN 13, 8.30PM

JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR

MARCH 2011

PYRAMID PRESS PRINT

Free WIFI zone.

The programme focuses on the resurgence of Japanese cinema from the mid 1990s onwards. Including established names such as Kiyoshi Kurosawa as well as up-and-coming talent Yuya Ishii, the featured directors have carved a new path for the future and contributed to the recent success of Japanese cinema around the world.

SPECIALS

11

MARCH 2011

TOM PARTRIDGE DESIGN

Buffets available on request.

TUE 29, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher - prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING FILM PROGRAMME

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To hire our Mezz Lounge for a private party call Rachel on 0115 952 6600.

PAY DAY PARTY NIGHT!

MARCH 2011

MISFITS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FRI 25, FROM 8.30PM PAY DAY PARTYNIGHT See website for details.

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WOMEN IN LOVE BBC/COMPANY PICTURES

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

THU 17, FROM 5PM IT’S ST PATRICK’S DAY... so there’ll be Irish Stew on the menu tonight, along with plenty of Guinness and Irish music.

MARCH 2011

SAWAKO DECIDES

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

FRI 11, 12NOON - 6PM THE COOPERATIVE FAIRTRADE MARKET MEZZ BAR Come and celebrate Fairtrade fortnight with a Fairtrade marketplace, talks from a Fairtrade producer and lots more. Certain elements will require reservations, please visit www.cooperativememberevents.coop to register your interest and find out more.

GO

LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

BACK TO THE FUTURE JAPANESE CINEMA SINCE THE MID-90S

ONE MILLION YEN GIRL

TUE 8 SHROVE TUESDAY Sweet and savory pancakes available in the bar throughout the day.

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We will be treating you to some tasty Japanese food to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme.

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BROADWAY SPECIALS CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO

MARCH 2011

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH

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MARCH 2011


This season is produced and organised by the Japan Foundation with advice from Jasper Sharp. Supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

THU 3, 5.45PM

TUE 15, 8.30PM

Dir: Isshin Inudo Japan 2003 116m

Starring: Mirai Moriyama, Yu Aoi

Starring: Satoshi Tsumabuki, Chizuru Ikewaki

Suzuko is twenty-one and has served a short sentence in jail. She moves out of her parents’ home, determined to travel to greener pastures as soon as she saves up one million yen. She strikes up a romance with a young man living nearby, but with her bank account nearing seven figures, will she stay true to her original plan and hit the road?

When filmmaker Josh Fox discovers that Natural Gas drilling is coming to his area, he sets off on a journey to uncover the consequences of the United States’ natural gas drilling boom. What he uncovers is truly shocking; water that can be lit on fire right out of the sink, chronically ill residents of drilling areas, huge pools of toxic waste and gas explosions consistently covered up by regulatory agencies. And it could be coming our way soon!

GO (15)

OUT OF THE ASHES (UC)

Dir: Isao Yukisada Japan 2001 122m

Dir: Tim Albone United Kingdom 2010 90m

© LINDA LINDA LINDA Partners

A CURRY, A PINT & A FILM TICKET FOR JUST £14.50 EVERY MONDAY IN MARCH

Sugihara is a Korean with an unusual background. He was born and raised in Japan and schooled at a Korean school in Japan. When Sugihara falls in love with a Japanese girl, Sakurai, he dare not tell her he is not Japanese, fearing his confession might ruin their relationship.

This documentary follows the Afghan cricket team in their quest against the odds to qualify for the World Cup. At a time when headlines from Afghanistan are dominated by news of death and corruption, the film reveals a more human side to this beleaguered country which has endured three decades of war and occupation.

Connolly

Following a tragic death of their daughter, a young couple find themselves in the remote village of Wake Wood and given the chance to spend just a little more time with their loved one than nature allows… but the dead should never be woken! Hammer Films continue its resurrection following Let Me In with a film that is firmly in the tradition of the Legendary studio - witchcraft, dark pacts and terrifying dilemmas.

For the first time ever, National Theatre Live will broadcast two separate performances of a production. Throughout the run of Frankenstein at the National Theatre, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller are alternating the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Creature. Audiences here will have the chance to see both combinations, with two broadcasts a week apart. 17 Mar: Benedict Cumberbatch (Creature), Jonny Lee Miller (Victor) 24 Mar: Jonny Lee Miller (Creature), Benedict Cumberbatch (Victor) Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

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

260m

Natalie Dessay triumphed as the fragile heroine of Donizetti’s masterpiece on Opening Night of the 2007-08 season in Mary Zimmerman’s hit production. Now she returns to the role of the innocent young woman driven to madness, opposite Joseph Calleja, who sings her lover Edgardo. Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

SUN 13, 2PM

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD (12A) Dir: Edgar Wright United States 2010 112m Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

When the drop-dead gorgeous Ramona rollerblades into Scott Pilgrim’s life there’s a major catch: her seven evil ex-boyfriends stand in his way, each one more violent and malicious than the last and all equally intent on obliterating her new love interest... HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY SARAH

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS

SIMON KONIANSKI

PRECEDED BY:

ZAHOR With English subtitles

A short film which celebrates the lives of individuals and families who were persecuted by the Nazis.

FRIDAY 8 - SATURDAY 23 APRIL 8PM £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £9 RESTRICTED VIEW

LAKESIDE IN ASSOCIATION WITH ENGINEHOUSE PRESENTS

BY DAVID MAMET Electrifying dialogue and blazing emotion create a riveting play in which a college professor and his female student become embroiled in a war of words that takes a dangerous turn.

STARRING ALISTAIR McGOWAN AND CLARE FOSTER

LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PARK, NOTTINGHAM WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK BOX OFFICE: 0115 846 7777

With thanks to the BFI and to Channel 4.

Tickets: £3.50

SUN 27, 1PM

WOMEN IN LOVE 15 + WILLIAM IVORY Q&A

MON 28, 6.30PM

between Parts 1 & 2) Starring: Rosamund Pike,

90m

Rachael Stirling

Misfits appeared like a supercharged lightning storm on E4 in 2009 and went on to win a BAFTA for Best Television Drama for its clever and complex tale of five young offenders who discover that having superhero powers isn’t so super. We are thrilled to welcome creator and writer Howard Overman to reveal where Misfits came from, how it’s written and, perhaps, where it’s going in 2011.

Acclaimed Nottingham screenwriter William Ivory takes on its most famous novelist in a bold reinterpretation of ‘Women in Love’ and ‘The Rainbow’, based on DH Lawrence’s original intention to have the two published as a single book. We are pleased to welcome William Ivory to discuss the adaptation following the screening of Part 2.

With thanks to Clerkenwell Films and E4.

Women in Love will screen on BBC Four as part of the channel’s ‘Modern Love’ season. With thanks to Company Pictures, BBC Four and the BFI for this special preview.

WED 30, 6.30PM

BROADWAY BITES Film and meal deal. Full £13.50 • Conc & member £11.50

MASTERCLASS MISFITS WITH HOWARD OVERMAN

BBC Four 2011 2 x 90m (30m break

TUE 29, 7PM

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 • Conc £17 • Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27 • Student £5.50

BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

PRESENTS FINDING THE EMOTIONAL TRUTH WITH PAULA MILNE & KATE ROWLAND 80m

One of Britain’s leading screenwriters Paula Milne discusses with Kate Rowland the power of research, from Endgame to Small Island. Using clips as illustration, they will explore how the writer expertly blends investigation with imagination to create a script of compelling drama. Tickets: FREE but must be booked online or at box office. Paula Milne is an international awardwinning screenwriter for film and television, with a remarkable filmography that includes The Hollow Reed, The Politician’s Wife, The Virgin Queen and many more. Kate Rowland is Creative Director for New Writing at the BBC and heads BBC writersroom. BBC writersroom finds and develops drama and comedy writers for the BBC, working across all broadcast platforms and film. For further information, please visit www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom.

MASTERCLASS GETTING ON WITH SCREENWRITERS & STARS VICKI PEPPERDINE & JOANNA SCANLAN

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance.

90m

Co-written by its three leads (Jo Brand, Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan), Getting On is a scalpel-sharp sitcom set in an NHS hospital ward overpopulated with elderly patients and overseen by a professional care team that often couldn’t care less. We are pleased to welcome Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan to discuss writing and acting in the acclaimed sitcom. The Q&A will be illustrated with clips.

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. 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. 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 family matinees and Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

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. EVENING PARKING On street parking is available after 6pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets. NB: On street parking charges apply during the day. At surface car parks, evening parking is available from just 80p. Special evening prices are available at Fletchergate car park nearby. Parking Hotline: (0115) 915 6655. Broadway is located on Broad Street (in Hockley), five minutes walk from the Market Square. The closest tram stop is the Lace Market.

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BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

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

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TUE 8, 5.30PM

SAT 12, 8.30PM

Starring: Eva Birthistle, Aiden Gillen, Ella

A self-centered celebrity accepts a drunken bet that will change his outlook on life. On his funny and heartwarming journey around the coastline of Ireland, he meets a series of bizarre characters, falls for a feisty radio reporter and takes his fridge surfing.

When Simon’s father Ernest passes away, Simon fulfils his father’s last request: to bury him in the village where he was born, in the depths of Ukraine. And so Simon finds himself caught up in an event-packed road movie in the company of his paranoid old uncle, his aunt who nags him endlessly about his “Goy dancer”, his six-year-old son, not to mention his father’s ghost!

Limited Ticket offer: Buy tickets to Women in Love, Misfits & Getting On and get one of them for £3. Available at the box office only.

PRICES Full £7 • Conc £5.50 • Member £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 • Student Member £3.50 Family Matinee £3.50 • Children under 12 £3.50 Student Sunday £4 • Silver Screen £4

TRAVEL To plan your travel into Nottingham, visit www.triptimes.co.uk or phone Traveline on 0871 200 2233.

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Vancouver International Film Festival

Starring: Kou Shibasaki, Yosuke Kubozuka

✹ A CURRY AND A PINT

The film will be preceded by an illustrated 30 minute introduction to the music of Alexander Nevsky by Professor Mervyn Cooke. Prokofiev’s spectacular cantata of Alexander Nevsky is performed live by the Hallé at the Royal Concert Hall on Saturday 12 March. For details visit www.nottinghamclassics.org.uk.

Starring: Hikari Mitsushima, Masashi Endo

Sawako leaves behind her humiliating job in Tokyo to move back to her rural hometown. But things are no better here and Sawako begins to despair of ever making sense of her life until she makes a momentous decision...

WAKE WOOD (18) Dir: David Keating Ireland 2011 90m

150m

In this unashamedly good hearted and uplifting comedy, we follow the fortunes of the most unlikely bunch of sporting heroes - the Yankles, a baseball team made up of Ultra Orthodox yeshiva students.

Often referred to as “the Female Schindler,” Irena Sendler and her network of accomplices rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. This timely documentary is a remarkable testament to one of history’s great, unsung heroines.

From adaptations to original scripts, drama to comedy, award-winning screenwriters share their thoughts and experiences in a series of inspiring and illuminating discussions.

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 a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

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OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL, £11.50 CONC/MEMBERS SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Dir: Yuya Ishii Japan 2009 112m

Sergei Eisenstein’s landmark tale of Russia thwarting the German invasion of the 13th century was wildly popular, understandably so, given the prevailing Nazi geopolitical advancement and destruction at the time. It features some of the most beautiful imagery ever put on film, a majestic music score by Prokofiev and a dazzling, climactic battle on a frozen lake.

SUN 13, 7.45PM

Starring: Tony Hawks

MET OPERA LIVE: DONIZETTI’S LUCIA DI LAMMERMORE

Dir: Mary Skinner United States 2010 82m

Starring: Jonathan Zaccai

Ejiofor, Jonny Lee Miller

Nelson Mandela’s release from prison is one of the indelible images of the 20th century. Written by Paula Milne, Endgame reveals the inconceivable events at an English country house that led to this historic moment at the end of Apartheid.

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The bodies of a number of brutally murdered prostitutes are found in Tokyo. Detective Takabe and psychologist Sakuma are put on the case, but their investigation goes nowhere until a drifter, who may possibly have hypnotic powers, comes to their attention.

SAWAKO DECIDES (12A)

Starring: Nikolai Okhlopkov, Nikolai Cherkasov

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: FRANKENSTEIN (15)

Starring: Brian Wimmer, Bart Johnson

Dir: Micha Wald Belgium 2009 97m

Starring: William Hurt, Chiwetel

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Starring: Koji Yakusho, Tsuyoshi Ujiki

Starring: Doona Bae, Aki Maeda

Yamashita Nobuhiro’s charming comic drama charts the odyssey of an all-girl high school rock band that breaks up over personal differences and reforms as a cover band just days before a music festival (the title comes from a hit song by the Japanese ‘80s punk band The Blue Hearts). Rock ‘n’ roll!

WED 16, 8.30PM

Dir: Sergei Eisenstein 1938 112m

Dir: Ed Bye United Kingdom 2010 88m

Dir: David R Brooks United States 2009 115m

With English Subtitles

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS (15)

Channel 4 TX 4/5/2009 101m

ScreenLit is proud to present a season celebrating writing for British television.

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

ST CLUMBER

Dir: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan 1997 111m

Dir: Nobuhiro Yamashita Japan 2005 114m

MAYHEM HORROR FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW SCREENING OF HAMMER FILMS LATEST RELEASE

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

THE YANKLES (15)

SIMON KONIANSKI (15)

ENDGAME 15

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CURE (18)

LINDA LINDA LINDA (12A)

ALEXANDER NEVSKY (PG) + ILLUSTRATED TALK BY PROFESSOR MERVYN COOKE

SAT 19, 5PM (ENCORE SCREENING SUN 20, 12 NOON)

SUN 20, 2.30PM

TUE 29, 4.30PM

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

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Dir: Josh Fox United States 2010 107m

Dir: Yuki Tanada Japan 2008 121m

THU 17 & THU 24, 7PM (ENCORE SCREENINGS SAT 19 & SAT 26, 1PM)

SUN 6, 2.45PM

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ONE MILLION YEN GIRL (15)

MON 14, 8.30PM FRI 11, 8.30PM

THU 17

THU 10, 7PM NOTTINGHAM CLASSICS PRESENTS:

GASLAND (PG)

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH (18) A romantic drama about an ordinary college boy who falls for an extraordinary girl with cerebral palsy. A box-office sensation in Japan, Isshin Inudo’s mini masterpiece is an original take on modern day love.

THE YANKLES

© LINDA LINDA LINDA PARTNERS

We are pleased to present the return of this popular festival.

MON 7, 5.30PM SUN 13, 8.30PM

JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR

MARCH 2011

PYRAMID PRESS PRINT

Free WIFI zone.

The programme focuses on the resurgence of Japanese cinema from the mid 1990s onwards. Including established names such as Kiyoshi Kurosawa as well as up-and-coming talent Yuya Ishii, the featured directors have carved a new path for the future and contributed to the recent success of Japanese cinema around the world.

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MARCH 2011

TOM PARTRIDGE DESIGN

Buffets available on request.

TUE 29, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher - prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING FILM PROGRAMME

10

HEA THC OAT ST

To hire our Mezz Lounge for a private party call Rachel on 0115 952 6600.

PAY DAY PARTY NIGHT!

MARCH 2011

MISFITS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FRI 25, FROM 8.30PM PAY DAY PARTYNIGHT See website for details.

09

WOMEN IN LOVE BBC/COMPANY PICTURES

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

THU 17, FROM 5PM IT’S ST PATRICK’S DAY... so there’ll be Irish Stew on the menu tonight, along with plenty of Guinness and Irish music.

MARCH 2011

SAWAKO DECIDES

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

FRI 11, 12NOON - 6PM THE COOPERATIVE FAIRTRADE MARKET MEZZ BAR Come and celebrate Fairtrade fortnight with a Fairtrade marketplace, talks from a Fairtrade producer and lots more. Certain elements will require reservations, please visit www.cooperativememberevents.coop to register your interest and find out more.

GO

LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

BACK TO THE FUTURE JAPANESE CINEMA SINCE THE MID-90S

ONE MILLION YEN GIRL

TUE 8 SHROVE TUESDAY Sweet and savory pancakes available in the bar throughout the day.

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We will be treating you to some tasty Japanese food to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme.

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BROADWAY SPECIALS CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO

MARCH 2011

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH

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G ON GETTIN

MARCH 2011


This season is produced and organised by the Japan Foundation with advice from Jasper Sharp. Supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

THU 3, 5.45PM

TUE 15, 8.30PM

Dir: Isshin Inudo Japan 2003 116m

Starring: Mirai Moriyama, Yu Aoi

Starring: Satoshi Tsumabuki, Chizuru Ikewaki

Suzuko is twenty-one and has served a short sentence in jail. She moves out of her parents’ home, determined to travel to greener pastures as soon as she saves up one million yen. She strikes up a romance with a young man living nearby, but with her bank account nearing seven figures, will she stay true to her original plan and hit the road?

When filmmaker Josh Fox discovers that Natural Gas drilling is coming to his area, he sets off on a journey to uncover the consequences of the United States’ natural gas drilling boom. What he uncovers is truly shocking; water that can be lit on fire right out of the sink, chronically ill residents of drilling areas, huge pools of toxic waste and gas explosions consistently covered up by regulatory agencies. And it could be coming our way soon!

GO (15)

OUT OF THE ASHES (UC)

Dir: Isao Yukisada Japan 2001 122m

Dir: Tim Albone United Kingdom 2010 90m

© LINDA LINDA LINDA Partners

A CURRY, A PINT & A FILM TICKET FOR JUST £14.50 EVERY MONDAY IN MARCH

Sugihara is a Korean with an unusual background. He was born and raised in Japan and schooled at a Korean school in Japan. When Sugihara falls in love with a Japanese girl, Sakurai, he dare not tell her he is not Japanese, fearing his confession might ruin their relationship.

This documentary follows the Afghan cricket team in their quest against the odds to qualify for the World Cup. At a time when headlines from Afghanistan are dominated by news of death and corruption, the film reveals a more human side to this beleaguered country which has endured three decades of war and occupation.

Connolly

Following a tragic death of their daughter, a young couple find themselves in the remote village of Wake Wood and given the chance to spend just a little more time with their loved one than nature allows… but the dead should never be woken! Hammer Films continue its resurrection following Let Me In with a film that is firmly in the tradition of the Legendary studio - witchcraft, dark pacts and terrifying dilemmas.

For the first time ever, National Theatre Live will broadcast two separate performances of a production. Throughout the run of Frankenstein at the National Theatre, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller are alternating the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Creature. Audiences here will have the chance to see both combinations, with two broadcasts a week apart. 17 Mar: Benedict Cumberbatch (Creature), Jonny Lee Miller (Victor) 24 Mar: Jonny Lee Miller (Creature), Benedict Cumberbatch (Victor) Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

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

260m

Natalie Dessay triumphed as the fragile heroine of Donizetti’s masterpiece on Opening Night of the 2007-08 season in Mary Zimmerman’s hit production. Now she returns to the role of the innocent young woman driven to madness, opposite Joseph Calleja, who sings her lover Edgardo. Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

SUN 13, 2PM

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD (12A) Dir: Edgar Wright United States 2010 112m Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

When the drop-dead gorgeous Ramona rollerblades into Scott Pilgrim’s life there’s a major catch: her seven evil ex-boyfriends stand in his way, each one more violent and malicious than the last and all equally intent on obliterating her new love interest... HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY SARAH

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS

SIMON KONIANSKI

PRECEDED BY:

ZAHOR With English subtitles

A short film which celebrates the lives of individuals and families who were persecuted by the Nazis.

FRIDAY 8 - SATURDAY 23 APRIL 8PM £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £9 RESTRICTED VIEW

LAKESIDE IN ASSOCIATION WITH ENGINEHOUSE PRESENTS

BY DAVID MAMET Electrifying dialogue and blazing emotion create a riveting play in which a college professor and his female student become embroiled in a war of words that takes a dangerous turn.

STARRING ALISTAIR McGOWAN AND CLARE FOSTER

LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PARK, NOTTINGHAM WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK BOX OFFICE: 0115 846 7777

With thanks to the BFI and to Channel 4.

Tickets: £3.50

SUN 27, 1PM

WOMEN IN LOVE 15 + WILLIAM IVORY Q&A

MON 28, 6.30PM

between Parts 1 & 2) Starring: Rosamund Pike,

90m

Rachael Stirling

Misfits appeared like a supercharged lightning storm on E4 in 2009 and went on to win a BAFTA for Best Television Drama for its clever and complex tale of five young offenders who discover that having superhero powers isn’t so super. We are thrilled to welcome creator and writer Howard Overman to reveal where Misfits came from, how it’s written and, perhaps, where it’s going in 2011.

Acclaimed Nottingham screenwriter William Ivory takes on its most famous novelist in a bold reinterpretation of ‘Women in Love’ and ‘The Rainbow’, based on DH Lawrence’s original intention to have the two published as a single book. We are pleased to welcome William Ivory to discuss the adaptation following the screening of Part 2.

With thanks to Clerkenwell Films and E4.

Women in Love will screen on BBC Four as part of the channel’s ‘Modern Love’ season. With thanks to Company Pictures, BBC Four and the BFI for this special preview.

WED 30, 6.30PM

BROADWAY BITES Film and meal deal. Full £13.50 • Conc & member £11.50

MASTERCLASS MISFITS WITH HOWARD OVERMAN

BBC Four 2011 2 x 90m (30m break

TUE 29, 7PM

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 • Conc £17 • Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27 • Student £5.50

BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

PRESENTS FINDING THE EMOTIONAL TRUTH WITH PAULA MILNE & KATE ROWLAND 80m

One of Britain’s leading screenwriters Paula Milne discusses with Kate Rowland the power of research, from Endgame to Small Island. Using clips as illustration, they will explore how the writer expertly blends investigation with imagination to create a script of compelling drama. Tickets: FREE but must be booked online or at box office. Paula Milne is an international awardwinning screenwriter for film and television, with a remarkable filmography that includes The Hollow Reed, The Politician’s Wife, The Virgin Queen and many more. Kate Rowland is Creative Director for New Writing at the BBC and heads BBC writersroom. BBC writersroom finds and develops drama and comedy writers for the BBC, working across all broadcast platforms and film. For further information, please visit www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom.

MASTERCLASS GETTING ON WITH SCREENWRITERS & STARS VICKI PEPPERDINE & JOANNA SCANLAN

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance.

90m

Co-written by its three leads (Jo Brand, Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan), Getting On is a scalpel-sharp sitcom set in an NHS hospital ward overpopulated with elderly patients and overseen by a professional care team that often couldn’t care less. We are pleased to welcome Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan to discuss writing and acting in the acclaimed sitcom. The Q&A will be illustrated with clips.

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. 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. 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 family matinees and Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

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. EVENING PARKING On street parking is available after 6pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets. NB: On street parking charges apply during the day. At surface car parks, evening parking is available from just 80p. Special evening prices are available at Fletchergate car park nearby. Parking Hotline: (0115) 915 6655. Broadway is located on Broad Street (in Hockley), five minutes walk from the Market Square. The closest tram stop is the Lace Market.

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With thanks to Vera Productions and the BBC. BROADWAY IS GRATEFUL FOR INVESTMENT FUNDING RECEIVED FROM

BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

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

ATE GOOSEG

CAPITAL INVESTMENT FOR WORK COMPLETED IN OCTOBER 2006 GRATEFULLY RECEIVED FROM

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TUE 8, 5.30PM

SAT 12, 8.30PM

Starring: Eva Birthistle, Aiden Gillen, Ella

A self-centered celebrity accepts a drunken bet that will change his outlook on life. On his funny and heartwarming journey around the coastline of Ireland, he meets a series of bizarre characters, falls for a feisty radio reporter and takes his fridge surfing.

When Simon’s father Ernest passes away, Simon fulfils his father’s last request: to bury him in the village where he was born, in the depths of Ukraine. And so Simon finds himself caught up in an event-packed road movie in the company of his paranoid old uncle, his aunt who nags him endlessly about his “Goy dancer”, his six-year-old son, not to mention his father’s ghost!

Limited Ticket offer: Buy tickets to Women in Love, Misfits & Getting On and get one of them for £3. Available at the box office only.

PRICES Full £7 • Conc £5.50 • Member £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 • Student Member £3.50 Family Matinee £3.50 • Children under 12 £3.50 Student Sunday £4 • Silver Screen £4

TRAVEL To plan your travel into Nottingham, visit www.triptimes.co.uk or phone Traveline on 0871 200 2233.

EY

Vancouver International Film Festival

Starring: Kou Shibasaki, Yosuke Kubozuka

✹ A CURRY AND A PINT

The film will be preceded by an illustrated 30 minute introduction to the music of Alexander Nevsky by Professor Mervyn Cooke. Prokofiev’s spectacular cantata of Alexander Nevsky is performed live by the Hallé at the Royal Concert Hall on Saturday 12 March. For details visit www.nottinghamclassics.org.uk.

Starring: Hikari Mitsushima, Masashi Endo

Sawako leaves behind her humiliating job in Tokyo to move back to her rural hometown. But things are no better here and Sawako begins to despair of ever making sense of her life until she makes a momentous decision...

WAKE WOOD (18) Dir: David Keating Ireland 2011 90m

150m

In this unashamedly good hearted and uplifting comedy, we follow the fortunes of the most unlikely bunch of sporting heroes - the Yankles, a baseball team made up of Ultra Orthodox yeshiva students.

Often referred to as “the Female Schindler,” Irena Sendler and her network of accomplices rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. This timely documentary is a remarkable testament to one of history’s great, unsung heroines.

From adaptations to original scripts, drama to comedy, award-winning screenwriters share their thoughts and experiences in a series of inspiring and illuminating discussions.

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 a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

ON

OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL, £11.50 CONC/MEMBERS SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Dir: Yuya Ishii Japan 2009 112m

Sergei Eisenstein’s landmark tale of Russia thwarting the German invasion of the 13th century was wildly popular, understandably so, given the prevailing Nazi geopolitical advancement and destruction at the time. It features some of the most beautiful imagery ever put on film, a majestic music score by Prokofiev and a dazzling, climactic battle on a frozen lake.

SUN 13, 7.45PM

Starring: Tony Hawks

MET OPERA LIVE: DONIZETTI’S LUCIA DI LAMMERMORE

Dir: Mary Skinner United States 2010 82m

Starring: Jonathan Zaccai

Ejiofor, Jonny Lee Miller

Nelson Mandela’s release from prison is one of the indelible images of the 20th century. Written by Paula Milne, Endgame reveals the inconceivable events at an English country house that led to this historic moment at the end of Apartheid.

ST

BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH

The bodies of a number of brutally murdered prostitutes are found in Tokyo. Detective Takabe and psychologist Sakuma are put on the case, but their investigation goes nowhere until a drifter, who may possibly have hypnotic powers, comes to their attention.

SAWAKO DECIDES (12A)

Starring: Nikolai Okhlopkov, Nikolai Cherkasov

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: FRANKENSTEIN (15)

Starring: Brian Wimmer, Bart Johnson

Dir: Micha Wald Belgium 2009 97m

Starring: William Hurt, Chiwetel

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

Starring: Koji Yakusho, Tsuyoshi Ujiki

Starring: Doona Bae, Aki Maeda

Yamashita Nobuhiro’s charming comic drama charts the odyssey of an all-girl high school rock band that breaks up over personal differences and reforms as a cover band just days before a music festival (the title comes from a hit song by the Japanese ‘80s punk band The Blue Hearts). Rock ‘n’ roll!

WED 16, 8.30PM

Dir: Sergei Eisenstein 1938 112m

Dir: Ed Bye United Kingdom 2010 88m

Dir: David R Brooks United States 2009 115m

With English Subtitles

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS (15)

Channel 4 TX 4/5/2009 101m

ScreenLit is proud to present a season celebrating writing for British television.

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

ST CLUMBER

Dir: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan 1997 111m

Dir: Nobuhiro Yamashita Japan 2005 114m

MAYHEM HORROR FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW SCREENING OF HAMMER FILMS LATEST RELEASE

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

THE YANKLES (15)

SIMON KONIANSKI (15)

ENDGAME 15

13

ST

CURE (18)

LINDA LINDA LINDA (12A)

ALEXANDER NEVSKY (PG) + ILLUSTRATED TALK BY PROFESSOR MERVYN COOKE

SAT 19, 5PM (ENCORE SCREENING SUN 20, 12 NOON)

SUN 20, 2.30PM

TUE 29, 4.30PM

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

SE OU SH AS GL

Dir: Josh Fox United States 2010 107m

Dir: Yuki Tanada Japan 2008 121m

THU 17 & THU 24, 7PM (ENCORE SCREENINGS SAT 19 & SAT 26, 1PM)

SUN 6, 2.45PM

12

ST ON MILT

ONE MILLION YEN GIRL (15)

MON 14, 8.30PM FRI 11, 8.30PM

THU 17

THU 10, 7PM NOTTINGHAM CLASSICS PRESENTS:

GASLAND (PG)

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH (18) A romantic drama about an ordinary college boy who falls for an extraordinary girl with cerebral palsy. A box-office sensation in Japan, Isshin Inudo’s mini masterpiece is an original take on modern day love.

THE YANKLES

© LINDA LINDA LINDA PARTNERS

We are pleased to present the return of this popular festival.

MON 7, 5.30PM SUN 13, 8.30PM

JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR

MARCH 2011

PYRAMID PRESS PRINT

Free WIFI zone.

The programme focuses on the resurgence of Japanese cinema from the mid 1990s onwards. Including established names such as Kiyoshi Kurosawa as well as up-and-coming talent Yuya Ishii, the featured directors have carved a new path for the future and contributed to the recent success of Japanese cinema around the world.

SPECIALS

11

MARCH 2011

TOM PARTRIDGE DESIGN

Buffets available on request.

TUE 29, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher - prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING FILM PROGRAMME

10

HEA THC OAT ST

To hire our Mezz Lounge for a private party call Rachel on 0115 952 6600.

PAY DAY PARTY NIGHT!

MARCH 2011

MISFITS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FRI 25, FROM 8.30PM PAY DAY PARTYNIGHT See website for details.

09

WOMEN IN LOVE BBC/COMPANY PICTURES

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

THU 17, FROM 5PM IT’S ST PATRICK’S DAY... so there’ll be Irish Stew on the menu tonight, along with plenty of Guinness and Irish music.

MARCH 2011

SAWAKO DECIDES

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

FRI 11, 12NOON - 6PM THE COOPERATIVE FAIRTRADE MARKET MEZZ BAR Come and celebrate Fairtrade fortnight with a Fairtrade marketplace, talks from a Fairtrade producer and lots more. Certain elements will require reservations, please visit www.cooperativememberevents.coop to register your interest and find out more.

GO

LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

BACK TO THE FUTURE JAPANESE CINEMA SINCE THE MID-90S

ONE MILLION YEN GIRL

TUE 8 SHROVE TUESDAY Sweet and savory pancakes available in the bar throughout the day.

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We will be treating you to some tasty Japanese food to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme.

08

CURE

BROADWAY SPECIALS CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO

MARCH 2011

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH

07

G ON GETTIN

MARCH 2011


This season is produced and organised by the Japan Foundation with advice from Jasper Sharp. Supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

THU 3, 5.45PM

TUE 15, 8.30PM

Dir: Isshin Inudo Japan 2003 116m

Starring: Mirai Moriyama, Yu Aoi

Starring: Satoshi Tsumabuki, Chizuru Ikewaki

Suzuko is twenty-one and has served a short sentence in jail. She moves out of her parents’ home, determined to travel to greener pastures as soon as she saves up one million yen. She strikes up a romance with a young man living nearby, but with her bank account nearing seven figures, will she stay true to her original plan and hit the road?

When filmmaker Josh Fox discovers that Natural Gas drilling is coming to his area, he sets off on a journey to uncover the consequences of the United States’ natural gas drilling boom. What he uncovers is truly shocking; water that can be lit on fire right out of the sink, chronically ill residents of drilling areas, huge pools of toxic waste and gas explosions consistently covered up by regulatory agencies. And it could be coming our way soon!

GO (15)

OUT OF THE ASHES (UC)

Dir: Isao Yukisada Japan 2001 122m

Dir: Tim Albone United Kingdom 2010 90m

© LINDA LINDA LINDA Partners

A CURRY, A PINT & A FILM TICKET FOR JUST £14.50 EVERY MONDAY IN MARCH

Sugihara is a Korean with an unusual background. He was born and raised in Japan and schooled at a Korean school in Japan. When Sugihara falls in love with a Japanese girl, Sakurai, he dare not tell her he is not Japanese, fearing his confession might ruin their relationship.

This documentary follows the Afghan cricket team in their quest against the odds to qualify for the World Cup. At a time when headlines from Afghanistan are dominated by news of death and corruption, the film reveals a more human side to this beleaguered country which has endured three decades of war and occupation.

Connolly

Following a tragic death of their daughter, a young couple find themselves in the remote village of Wake Wood and given the chance to spend just a little more time with their loved one than nature allows… but the dead should never be woken! Hammer Films continue its resurrection following Let Me In with a film that is firmly in the tradition of the Legendary studio - witchcraft, dark pacts and terrifying dilemmas.

For the first time ever, National Theatre Live will broadcast two separate performances of a production. Throughout the run of Frankenstein at the National Theatre, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller are alternating the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Creature. Audiences here will have the chance to see both combinations, with two broadcasts a week apart. 17 Mar: Benedict Cumberbatch (Creature), Jonny Lee Miller (Victor) 24 Mar: Jonny Lee Miller (Creature), Benedict Cumberbatch (Victor) Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

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

260m

Natalie Dessay triumphed as the fragile heroine of Donizetti’s masterpiece on Opening Night of the 2007-08 season in Mary Zimmerman’s hit production. Now she returns to the role of the innocent young woman driven to madness, opposite Joseph Calleja, who sings her lover Edgardo. Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

SUN 13, 2PM

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD (12A) Dir: Edgar Wright United States 2010 112m Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

When the drop-dead gorgeous Ramona rollerblades into Scott Pilgrim’s life there’s a major catch: her seven evil ex-boyfriends stand in his way, each one more violent and malicious than the last and all equally intent on obliterating her new love interest... HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY SARAH

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS

SIMON KONIANSKI

PRECEDED BY:

ZAHOR With English subtitles

A short film which celebrates the lives of individuals and families who were persecuted by the Nazis.

FRIDAY 8 - SATURDAY 23 APRIL 8PM £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £9 RESTRICTED VIEW

LAKESIDE IN ASSOCIATION WITH ENGINEHOUSE PRESENTS

BY DAVID MAMET Electrifying dialogue and blazing emotion create a riveting play in which a college professor and his female student become embroiled in a war of words that takes a dangerous turn.

STARRING ALISTAIR McGOWAN AND CLARE FOSTER

LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PARK, NOTTINGHAM WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK BOX OFFICE: 0115 846 7777

With thanks to the BFI and to Channel 4.

Tickets: £3.50

SUN 27, 1PM

WOMEN IN LOVE 15 + WILLIAM IVORY Q&A

MON 28, 6.30PM

between Parts 1 & 2) Starring: Rosamund Pike,

90m

Rachael Stirling

Misfits appeared like a supercharged lightning storm on E4 in 2009 and went on to win a BAFTA for Best Television Drama for its clever and complex tale of five young offenders who discover that having superhero powers isn’t so super. We are thrilled to welcome creator and writer Howard Overman to reveal where Misfits came from, how it’s written and, perhaps, where it’s going in 2011.

Acclaimed Nottingham screenwriter William Ivory takes on its most famous novelist in a bold reinterpretation of ‘Women in Love’ and ‘The Rainbow’, based on DH Lawrence’s original intention to have the two published as a single book. We are pleased to welcome William Ivory to discuss the adaptation following the screening of Part 2.

With thanks to Clerkenwell Films and E4.

Women in Love will screen on BBC Four as part of the channel’s ‘Modern Love’ season. With thanks to Company Pictures, BBC Four and the BFI for this special preview.

WED 30, 6.30PM

BROADWAY BITES Film and meal deal. Full £13.50 • Conc & member £11.50

MASTERCLASS MISFITS WITH HOWARD OVERMAN

BBC Four 2011 2 x 90m (30m break

TUE 29, 7PM

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 • Conc £17 • Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27 • Student £5.50

BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

PRESENTS FINDING THE EMOTIONAL TRUTH WITH PAULA MILNE & KATE ROWLAND 80m

One of Britain’s leading screenwriters Paula Milne discusses with Kate Rowland the power of research, from Endgame to Small Island. Using clips as illustration, they will explore how the writer expertly blends investigation with imagination to create a script of compelling drama. Tickets: FREE but must be booked online or at box office. Paula Milne is an international awardwinning screenwriter for film and television, with a remarkable filmography that includes The Hollow Reed, The Politician’s Wife, The Virgin Queen and many more. Kate Rowland is Creative Director for New Writing at the BBC and heads BBC writersroom. BBC writersroom finds and develops drama and comedy writers for the BBC, working across all broadcast platforms and film. For further information, please visit www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom.

MASTERCLASS GETTING ON WITH SCREENWRITERS & STARS VICKI PEPPERDINE & JOANNA SCANLAN

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance.

90m

Co-written by its three leads (Jo Brand, Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan), Getting On is a scalpel-sharp sitcom set in an NHS hospital ward overpopulated with elderly patients and overseen by a professional care team that often couldn’t care less. We are pleased to welcome Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan to discuss writing and acting in the acclaimed sitcom. The Q&A will be illustrated with clips.

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. 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. 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 family matinees and Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

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. EVENING PARKING On street parking is available after 6pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets. NB: On street parking charges apply during the day. At surface car parks, evening parking is available from just 80p. Special evening prices are available at Fletchergate car park nearby. Parking Hotline: (0115) 915 6655. Broadway is located on Broad Street (in Hockley), five minutes walk from the Market Square. The closest tram stop is the Lace Market.

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With thanks to Vera Productions and the BBC. BROADWAY IS GRATEFUL FOR INVESTMENT FUNDING RECEIVED FROM

BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

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

ATE GOOSEG

CAPITAL INVESTMENT FOR WORK COMPLETED IN OCTOBER 2006 GRATEFULLY RECEIVED FROM

P

ST

TUE 8, 5.30PM

SAT 12, 8.30PM

Starring: Eva Birthistle, Aiden Gillen, Ella

A self-centered celebrity accepts a drunken bet that will change his outlook on life. On his funny and heartwarming journey around the coastline of Ireland, he meets a series of bizarre characters, falls for a feisty radio reporter and takes his fridge surfing.

When Simon’s father Ernest passes away, Simon fulfils his father’s last request: to bury him in the village where he was born, in the depths of Ukraine. And so Simon finds himself caught up in an event-packed road movie in the company of his paranoid old uncle, his aunt who nags him endlessly about his “Goy dancer”, his six-year-old son, not to mention his father’s ghost!

Limited Ticket offer: Buy tickets to Women in Love, Misfits & Getting On and get one of them for £3. Available at the box office only.

PRICES Full £7 • Conc £5.50 • Member £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 • Student Member £3.50 Family Matinee £3.50 • Children under 12 £3.50 Student Sunday £4 • Silver Screen £4

TRAVEL To plan your travel into Nottingham, visit www.triptimes.co.uk or phone Traveline on 0871 200 2233.

EY

Vancouver International Film Festival

Starring: Kou Shibasaki, Yosuke Kubozuka

✹ A CURRY AND A PINT

The film will be preceded by an illustrated 30 minute introduction to the music of Alexander Nevsky by Professor Mervyn Cooke. Prokofiev’s spectacular cantata of Alexander Nevsky is performed live by the Hallé at the Royal Concert Hall on Saturday 12 March. For details visit www.nottinghamclassics.org.uk.

Starring: Hikari Mitsushima, Masashi Endo

Sawako leaves behind her humiliating job in Tokyo to move back to her rural hometown. But things are no better here and Sawako begins to despair of ever making sense of her life until she makes a momentous decision...

WAKE WOOD (18) Dir: David Keating Ireland 2011 90m

150m

In this unashamedly good hearted and uplifting comedy, we follow the fortunes of the most unlikely bunch of sporting heroes - the Yankles, a baseball team made up of Ultra Orthodox yeshiva students.

Often referred to as “the Female Schindler,” Irena Sendler and her network of accomplices rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. This timely documentary is a remarkable testament to one of history’s great, unsung heroines.

From adaptations to original scripts, drama to comedy, award-winning screenwriters share their thoughts and experiences in a series of inspiring and illuminating discussions.

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 a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

ON

OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL, £11.50 CONC/MEMBERS SEE BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Dir: Yuya Ishii Japan 2009 112m

Sergei Eisenstein’s landmark tale of Russia thwarting the German invasion of the 13th century was wildly popular, understandably so, given the prevailing Nazi geopolitical advancement and destruction at the time. It features some of the most beautiful imagery ever put on film, a majestic music score by Prokofiev and a dazzling, climactic battle on a frozen lake.

SUN 13, 7.45PM

Starring: Tony Hawks

MET OPERA LIVE: DONIZETTI’S LUCIA DI LAMMERMORE

Dir: Mary Skinner United States 2010 82m

Starring: Jonathan Zaccai

Ejiofor, Jonny Lee Miller

Nelson Mandela’s release from prison is one of the indelible images of the 20th century. Written by Paula Milne, Endgame reveals the inconceivable events at an English country house that led to this historic moment at the end of Apartheid.

ST

BROADWAY BITES ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH

The bodies of a number of brutally murdered prostitutes are found in Tokyo. Detective Takabe and psychologist Sakuma are put on the case, but their investigation goes nowhere until a drifter, who may possibly have hypnotic powers, comes to their attention.

SAWAKO DECIDES (12A)

Starring: Nikolai Okhlopkov, Nikolai Cherkasov

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: FRANKENSTEIN (15)

Starring: Brian Wimmer, Bart Johnson

Dir: Micha Wald Belgium 2009 97m

Starring: William Hurt, Chiwetel

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

Starring: Koji Yakusho, Tsuyoshi Ujiki

Starring: Doona Bae, Aki Maeda

Yamashita Nobuhiro’s charming comic drama charts the odyssey of an all-girl high school rock band that breaks up over personal differences and reforms as a cover band just days before a music festival (the title comes from a hit song by the Japanese ‘80s punk band The Blue Hearts). Rock ‘n’ roll!

WED 16, 8.30PM

Dir: Sergei Eisenstein 1938 112m

Dir: Ed Bye United Kingdom 2010 88m

Dir: David R Brooks United States 2009 115m

With English Subtitles

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS (15)

Channel 4 TX 4/5/2009 101m

ScreenLit is proud to present a season celebrating writing for British television.

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

ST CLUMBER

Dir: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan 1997 111m

Dir: Nobuhiro Yamashita Japan 2005 114m

MAYHEM HORROR FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW SCREENING OF HAMMER FILMS LATEST RELEASE

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

THE YANKLES (15)

SIMON KONIANSKI (15)

ENDGAME 15

13

ST

CURE (18)

LINDA LINDA LINDA (12A)

ALEXANDER NEVSKY (PG) + ILLUSTRATED TALK BY PROFESSOR MERVYN COOKE

SAT 19, 5PM (ENCORE SCREENING SUN 20, 12 NOON)

SUN 20, 2.30PM

TUE 29, 4.30PM

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

SE OU SH AS GL

Dir: Josh Fox United States 2010 107m

Dir: Yuki Tanada Japan 2008 121m

THU 17 & THU 24, 7PM (ENCORE SCREENINGS SAT 19 & SAT 26, 1PM)

SUN 6, 2.45PM

12

ST ON MILT

ONE MILLION YEN GIRL (15)

MON 14, 8.30PM FRI 11, 8.30PM

THU 17

THU 10, 7PM NOTTINGHAM CLASSICS PRESENTS:

GASLAND (PG)

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH (18) A romantic drama about an ordinary college boy who falls for an extraordinary girl with cerebral palsy. A box-office sensation in Japan, Isshin Inudo’s mini masterpiece is an original take on modern day love.

THE YANKLES

© LINDA LINDA LINDA PARTNERS

We are pleased to present the return of this popular festival.

MON 7, 5.30PM SUN 13, 8.30PM

JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR

MARCH 2011

PYRAMID PRESS PRINT

Free WIFI zone.

The programme focuses on the resurgence of Japanese cinema from the mid 1990s onwards. Including established names such as Kiyoshi Kurosawa as well as up-and-coming talent Yuya Ishii, the featured directors have carved a new path for the future and contributed to the recent success of Japanese cinema around the world.

SPECIALS

11

MARCH 2011

TOM PARTRIDGE DESIGN

Buffets available on request.

TUE 29, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher - prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING FILM PROGRAMME

10

HEA THC OAT ST

To hire our Mezz Lounge for a private party call Rachel on 0115 952 6600.

PAY DAY PARTY NIGHT!

MARCH 2011

MISFITS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FRI 25, FROM 8.30PM PAY DAY PARTYNIGHT See website for details.

09

WOMEN IN LOVE BBC/COMPANY PICTURES

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

THU 17, FROM 5PM IT’S ST PATRICK’S DAY... so there’ll be Irish Stew on the menu tonight, along with plenty of Guinness and Irish music.

MARCH 2011

SAWAKO DECIDES

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

FRI 11, 12NOON - 6PM THE COOPERATIVE FAIRTRADE MARKET MEZZ BAR Come and celebrate Fairtrade fortnight with a Fairtrade marketplace, talks from a Fairtrade producer and lots more. Certain elements will require reservations, please visit www.cooperativememberevents.coop to register your interest and find out more.

GO

LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

BACK TO THE FUTURE JAPANESE CINEMA SINCE THE MID-90S

ONE MILLION YEN GIRL

TUE 8 SHROVE TUESDAY Sweet and savory pancakes available in the bar throughout the day.

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We will be treating you to some tasty Japanese food to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme.

08

CURE

BROADWAY SPECIALS CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR TWO GREAT PLACES TO

MARCH 2011

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH

07

G ON GETTIN

MARCH 2011


This season is produced and organised by the Japan Foundation with advice from Jasper Sharp. Supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

THU 3, 5.45PM

TUE 15, 8.30PM

Dir: Isshin Inudo Japan 2003 116m

Starring: Mirai Moriyama, Yu Aoi

Starring: Satoshi Tsumabuki, Chizuru Ikewaki

Suzuko is twenty-one and has served a short sentence in jail. She moves out of her parents’ home, determined to travel to greener pastures as soon as she saves up one million yen. She strikes up a romance with a young man living nearby, but with her bank account nearing seven figures, will she stay true to her original plan and hit the road?

When filmmaker Josh Fox discovers that Natural Gas drilling is coming to his area, he sets off on a journey to uncover the consequences of the United States’ natural gas drilling boom. What he uncovers is truly shocking; water that can be lit on fire right out of the sink, chronically ill residents of drilling areas, huge pools of toxic waste and gas explosions consistently covered up by regulatory agencies. And it could be coming our way soon!

GO (15)

OUT OF THE ASHES (UC)

Dir: Isao Yukisada Japan 2001 122m

Dir: Tim Albone United Kingdom 2010 90m

© LINDA LINDA LINDA Partners

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Sugihara is a Korean with an unusual background. He was born and raised in Japan and schooled at a Korean school in Japan. When Sugihara falls in love with a Japanese girl, Sakurai, he dare not tell her he is not Japanese, fearing his confession might ruin their relationship.

This documentary follows the Afghan cricket team in their quest against the odds to qualify for the World Cup. At a time when headlines from Afghanistan are dominated by news of death and corruption, the film reveals a more human side to this beleaguered country which has endured three decades of war and occupation.

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Following a tragic death of their daughter, a young couple find themselves in the remote village of Wake Wood and given the chance to spend just a little more time with their loved one than nature allows… but the dead should never be woken! Hammer Films continue its resurrection following Let Me In with a film that is firmly in the tradition of the Legendary studio - witchcraft, dark pacts and terrifying dilemmas.

For the first time ever, National Theatre Live will broadcast two separate performances of a production. Throughout the run of Frankenstein at the National Theatre, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller are alternating the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Creature. Audiences here will have the chance to see both combinations, with two broadcasts a week apart. 17 Mar: Benedict Cumberbatch (Creature), Jonny Lee Miller (Victor) 24 Mar: Jonny Lee Miller (Creature), Benedict Cumberbatch (Victor) Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

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

260m

Natalie Dessay triumphed as the fragile heroine of Donizetti’s masterpiece on Opening Night of the 2007-08 season in Mary Zimmerman’s hit production. Now she returns to the role of the innocent young woman driven to madness, opposite Joseph Calleja, who sings her lover Edgardo. Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

SUN 13, 2PM

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD (12A) Dir: Edgar Wright United States 2010 112m Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

When the drop-dead gorgeous Ramona rollerblades into Scott Pilgrim’s life there’s a major catch: her seven evil ex-boyfriends stand in his way, each one more violent and malicious than the last and all equally intent on obliterating her new love interest... HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY SARAH

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS

SIMON KONIANSKI

PRECEDED BY:

ZAHOR With English subtitles

A short film which celebrates the lives of individuals and families who were persecuted by the Nazis.

FRIDAY 8 - SATURDAY 23 APRIL 8PM £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £9 RESTRICTED VIEW

LAKESIDE IN ASSOCIATION WITH ENGINEHOUSE PRESENTS

BY DAVID MAMET Electrifying dialogue and blazing emotion create a riveting play in which a college professor and his female student become embroiled in a war of words that takes a dangerous turn.

STARRING ALISTAIR McGOWAN AND CLARE FOSTER

LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PARK, NOTTINGHAM WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK BOX OFFICE: 0115 846 7777

With thanks to the BFI and to Channel 4.

Tickets: £3.50

SUN 27, 1PM

WOMEN IN LOVE 15 + WILLIAM IVORY Q&A

MON 28, 6.30PM

between Parts 1 & 2) Starring: Rosamund Pike,

90m

Rachael Stirling

Misfits appeared like a supercharged lightning storm on E4 in 2009 and went on to win a BAFTA for Best Television Drama for its clever and complex tale of five young offenders who discover that having superhero powers isn’t so super. We are thrilled to welcome creator and writer Howard Overman to reveal where Misfits came from, how it’s written and, perhaps, where it’s going in 2011.

Acclaimed Nottingham screenwriter William Ivory takes on its most famous novelist in a bold reinterpretation of ‘Women in Love’ and ‘The Rainbow’, based on DH Lawrence’s original intention to have the two published as a single book. We are pleased to welcome William Ivory to discuss the adaptation following the screening of Part 2.

With thanks to Clerkenwell Films and E4.

Women in Love will screen on BBC Four as part of the channel’s ‘Modern Love’ season. With thanks to Company Pictures, BBC Four and the BFI for this special preview.

WED 30, 6.30PM

BROADWAY BITES Film and meal deal. Full £13.50 • Conc & member £11.50

MASTERCLASS MISFITS WITH HOWARD OVERMAN

BBC Four 2011 2 x 90m (30m break

TUE 29, 7PM

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 • Conc £17 • Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27 • Student £5.50

BAFTA’s public events and online resources bring you closer to the creative talent behind your favourite games, films, and TV shows. Find out more at www.bafta.org/newsletter, www.facebook.com/bafta or twitter.com/bafta.

PRESENTS FINDING THE EMOTIONAL TRUTH WITH PAULA MILNE & KATE ROWLAND 80m

One of Britain’s leading screenwriters Paula Milne discusses with Kate Rowland the power of research, from Endgame to Small Island. Using clips as illustration, they will explore how the writer expertly blends investigation with imagination to create a script of compelling drama. Tickets: FREE but must be booked online or at box office. Paula Milne is an international awardwinning screenwriter for film and television, with a remarkable filmography that includes The Hollow Reed, The Politician’s Wife, The Virgin Queen and many more. Kate Rowland is Creative Director for New Writing at the BBC and heads BBC writersroom. BBC writersroom finds and develops drama and comedy writers for the BBC, working across all broadcast platforms and film. For further information, please visit www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom.

MASTERCLASS GETTING ON WITH SCREENWRITERS & STARS VICKI PEPPERDINE & JOANNA SCANLAN

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance.

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Co-written by its three leads (Jo Brand, Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan), Getting On is a scalpel-sharp sitcom set in an NHS hospital ward overpopulated with elderly patients and overseen by a professional care team that often couldn’t care less. We are pleased to welcome Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan to discuss writing and acting in the acclaimed sitcom. The Q&A will be illustrated with clips.

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. 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. 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 family matinees and Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

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. EVENING PARKING On street parking is available after 6pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets. NB: On street parking charges apply during the day. At surface car parks, evening parking is available from just 80p. Special evening prices are available at Fletchergate car park nearby. Parking Hotline: (0115) 915 6655. Broadway is located on Broad Street (in Hockley), five minutes walk from the Market Square. The closest tram stop is the Lace Market.

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TUE 8, 5.30PM

SAT 12, 8.30PM

Starring: Eva Birthistle, Aiden Gillen, Ella

A self-centered celebrity accepts a drunken bet that will change his outlook on life. On his funny and heartwarming journey around the coastline of Ireland, he meets a series of bizarre characters, falls for a feisty radio reporter and takes his fridge surfing.

When Simon’s father Ernest passes away, Simon fulfils his father’s last request: to bury him in the village where he was born, in the depths of Ukraine. And so Simon finds himself caught up in an event-packed road movie in the company of his paranoid old uncle, his aunt who nags him endlessly about his “Goy dancer”, his six-year-old son, not to mention his father’s ghost!

Limited Ticket offer: Buy tickets to Women in Love, Misfits & Getting On and get one of them for £3. Available at the box office only.

PRICES Full £7 • Conc £5.50 • Member £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 • Student Member £3.50 Family Matinee £3.50 • Children under 12 £3.50 Student Sunday £4 • Silver Screen £4

TRAVEL To plan your travel into Nottingham, visit www.triptimes.co.uk or phone Traveline on 0871 200 2233.

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Vancouver International Film Festival

Starring: Kou Shibasaki, Yosuke Kubozuka

✹ A CURRY AND A PINT

The film will be preceded by an illustrated 30 minute introduction to the music of Alexander Nevsky by Professor Mervyn Cooke. Prokofiev’s spectacular cantata of Alexander Nevsky is performed live by the Hallé at the Royal Concert Hall on Saturday 12 March. For details visit www.nottinghamclassics.org.uk.

Starring: Hikari Mitsushima, Masashi Endo

Sawako leaves behind her humiliating job in Tokyo to move back to her rural hometown. But things are no better here and Sawako begins to despair of ever making sense of her life until she makes a momentous decision...

WAKE WOOD (18) Dir: David Keating Ireland 2011 90m

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In this unashamedly good hearted and uplifting comedy, we follow the fortunes of the most unlikely bunch of sporting heroes - the Yankles, a baseball team made up of Ultra Orthodox yeshiva students.

Often referred to as “the Female Schindler,” Irena Sendler and her network of accomplices rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. This timely documentary is a remarkable testament to one of history’s great, unsung heroines.

From adaptations to original scripts, drama to comedy, award-winning screenwriters share their thoughts and experiences in a series of inspiring and illuminating discussions.

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 a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

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Dir: Yuya Ishii Japan 2009 112m

Sergei Eisenstein’s landmark tale of Russia thwarting the German invasion of the 13th century was wildly popular, understandably so, given the prevailing Nazi geopolitical advancement and destruction at the time. It features some of the most beautiful imagery ever put on film, a majestic music score by Prokofiev and a dazzling, climactic battle on a frozen lake.

SUN 13, 7.45PM

Starring: Tony Hawks

MET OPERA LIVE: DONIZETTI’S LUCIA DI LAMMERMORE

Dir: Mary Skinner United States 2010 82m

Starring: Jonathan Zaccai

Ejiofor, Jonny Lee Miller

Nelson Mandela’s release from prison is one of the indelible images of the 20th century. Written by Paula Milne, Endgame reveals the inconceivable events at an English country house that led to this historic moment at the end of Apartheid.

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The bodies of a number of brutally murdered prostitutes are found in Tokyo. Detective Takabe and psychologist Sakuma are put on the case, but their investigation goes nowhere until a drifter, who may possibly have hypnotic powers, comes to their attention.

SAWAKO DECIDES (12A)

Starring: Nikolai Okhlopkov, Nikolai Cherkasov

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: FRANKENSTEIN (15)

Starring: Brian Wimmer, Bart Johnson

Dir: Micha Wald Belgium 2009 97m

Starring: William Hurt, Chiwetel

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Starring: Koji Yakusho, Tsuyoshi Ujiki

Starring: Doona Bae, Aki Maeda

Yamashita Nobuhiro’s charming comic drama charts the odyssey of an all-girl high school rock band that breaks up over personal differences and reforms as a cover band just days before a music festival (the title comes from a hit song by the Japanese ‘80s punk band The Blue Hearts). Rock ‘n’ roll!

WED 16, 8.30PM

Dir: Sergei Eisenstein 1938 112m

Dir: Ed Bye United Kingdom 2010 88m

Dir: David R Brooks United States 2009 115m

With English Subtitles

IN THE NAME OF THEIR MOTHERS (15)

Channel 4 TX 4/5/2009 101m

ScreenLit is proud to present a season celebrating writing for British television.

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

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Dir: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan 1997 111m

Dir: Nobuhiro Yamashita Japan 2005 114m

MAYHEM HORROR FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW SCREENING OF HAMMER FILMS LATEST RELEASE

ROUND IRELAND WITH A FRIDGE... A TRUE STORY (PG)

THE YANKLES (15)

SIMON KONIANSKI (15)

ENDGAME 15

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LINDA LINDA LINDA (12A)

ALEXANDER NEVSKY (PG) + ILLUSTRATED TALK BY PROFESSOR MERVYN COOKE

SAT 19, 5PM (ENCORE SCREENING SUN 20, 12 NOON)

SUN 20, 2.30PM

TUE 29, 4.30PM

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Dir: Josh Fox United States 2010 107m

Dir: Yuki Tanada Japan 2008 121m

THU 17 & THU 24, 7PM (ENCORE SCREENINGS SAT 19 & SAT 26, 1PM)

SUN 6, 2.45PM

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ONE MILLION YEN GIRL (15)

MON 14, 8.30PM FRI 11, 8.30PM

THU 17

THU 10, 7PM NOTTINGHAM CLASSICS PRESENTS:

GASLAND (PG)

JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH (18) A romantic drama about an ordinary college boy who falls for an extraordinary girl with cerebral palsy. A box-office sensation in Japan, Isshin Inudo’s mini masterpiece is an original take on modern day love.

THE YANKLES

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MON 7, 5.30PM SUN 13, 8.30PM

JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR

MARCH 2011

PYRAMID PRESS PRINT

Free WIFI zone.

The programme focuses on the resurgence of Japanese cinema from the mid 1990s onwards. Including established names such as Kiyoshi Kurosawa as well as up-and-coming talent Yuya Ishii, the featured directors have carved a new path for the future and contributed to the recent success of Japanese cinema around the world.

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Buffets available on request.

TUE 29, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher - prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING FILM PROGRAMME

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To hire our Mezz Lounge for a private party call Rachel on 0115 952 6600.

PAY DAY PARTY NIGHT!

MARCH 2011

MISFITS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FRI 25, FROM 8.30PM PAY DAY PARTYNIGHT See website for details.

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

THU 17, FROM 5PM IT’S ST PATRICK’S DAY... so there’ll be Irish Stew on the menu tonight, along with plenty of Guinness and Irish music.

MARCH 2011

SAWAKO DECIDES

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

FRI 11, 12NOON - 6PM THE COOPERATIVE FAIRTRADE MARKET MEZZ BAR Come and celebrate Fairtrade fortnight with a Fairtrade marketplace, talks from a Fairtrade producer and lots more. Certain elements will require reservations, please visit www.cooperativememberevents.coop to register your interest and find out more.

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ONE MILLION YEN GIRL

TUE 8 SHROVE TUESDAY Sweet and savory pancakes available in the bar throughout the day.

TUE 15, FROM 6PM JAPANESE FOOD NIGHT We will be treating you to some tasty Japanese food to complement Norwegian Wood and our Japanese touring film programme.

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JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH

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