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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning 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! These exclusive screenings are 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 2012 Thu 1

SAT 3, 1.30PM

THE LION KING (3D) (U)

Fri 2

Dir: Roger Allers United States 1994 89m

FROM FRI 24 FEB

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 9

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30

FROM FRI 30

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

MONEYBALL (12A)

HUNKY DORY (15)

BEL AMI (15)

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

IN DARKNESS (15)

THE KID WITH A BIKE (12A)

INTO THE ABYSS (12A)

Dir: Bennett Miller United States 2011 133m

Dir: Marc Evans United Kingdom 2012 109m

Directors: Declan Donnellan & Nick Ormerod

Dir: Cameron Crowe United States 2011 123m

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012 123m

Starring: Brad Pitt, Robin Wright

Starring: Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard

United Kingdom 2012 102m

Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Matt Damon

Dir: Agnieszka Holland Poland 2011 143m

Dir: Luc Dardenne & Jean-Pierre Dardenne

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Bennett Miller’s follow-up to Capote is the story of the Oakland Athletics’ manager’s attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer generated analysis to select his players. Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman co-star in this clever and compelling film.

Anyone addicted to Glee will love Hunky Dory, an engaging British twist on the heartache and heartbreak of putting on a show. In the sweltering summer of 1976, drama teacher Vivienne tries to inspire her pupils to give their all to a musical production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which “both Shakespeare and David Bowie could be proud of”. But she faces an uphill battle with cynical colleagues, concerned parents and easily distracted teenagers… A bittersweet charmer with a soundtrack courtesy of Bowie, Nick Drake and ELO.

Starring: Uma Thurman, Robert Pattinson,

Starring: Robert Wieckiewicz, Benno Furmann

Belgium 2011 87m

Directors: Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt United Kingdom 2012

Echoes of de Sica float through the brothers Dardenne’s latest, a deceptively simple and profoundly moving tale of an abandoned boy, the woman who decides to help out by taking care of him and the temptations of the modern world that threaten to ruin the boy’s future. Cécile de France’s Samantha “brings a light to the story,” when she reclaims the child’s soul as they drive and bicycle to and fro.

Starring: Hugh Grant, Brendan Gleeson

United Kingdom 2012 100m Starring: Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan

Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow Film Festival

The latest film from Agnieszka Holland, (Europa, Europa, and TV’s The Wire), one of Poland’s most prolific directors, In Darkness tells the incredible true story of Leopald Socha, a sewer worker and petty thief in Nazi-occupied Poland, whom after stumbling upon a group of Jews in the sewers, agreed to hide them for a price. What starts out as a straightforward business arrangement becomes something unexpected and extraordinary. In Darkness has been chosen as Poland’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar® 2012.

Starring: Cecile De France, Thomas Doret

Robert Pattinson gives his best screen performance to date as notorious scoundrel Georges Duroy in this handsome adaptation of the classic Guy de Maupassant novel. In the Paris of the 1890s, Georges is a penniless, dissolute ex-soldier. Unexpectedly thrust into high society, he quickly discovers that the real power lies not with the men but with their wives and mistresses, women who are all ripe for the picking as this callous seducer and social-climber relentlessly pursues wealth and status.

Director Cameron Crowe returns with a heart-warming family drama inspired by Benjamin Mee’s memoir. Matt Damon gives a winning performance as widowed journalist Benjamin. Seeking a means to bind his family together and move on, he buys an eighteen-acre estate in Southern California that has been home to a collection of wild animals. He assumes it will only take a few renovations before he can re-open it as a zoo but in fact things aren’t so simple. If you love the books of Gerald Durrell or are addicted to wildlife documentaries, this is a delight.

SHAME (18)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Dir: Steve McQueen

CONTINUE INTO MARCH SEE FEB BROCHURE OR WEBSITE.

A searing examination of sexual compulsion, the film features extraordinary performances from Michael Fassbender who plays Brandon, a seemingly normal New Yorker trapped by his erotic compulsions and Carey Mulligan who plays his needy, neurotic sister.

FROM FRI 9

THE LADY (12A) Starring: Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Luc Besson takes on the inspiring true story of Burmese pro-democracy activist, leader and political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi and the tenacious long-distance bond she maintained with her British husband, Michael Aris while under house arrest for over a decade.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH (15)

2012 113m

Dir: Pawel Pawlikowski France 2011 83m

Starring: Freida Pinto, Riz Ahmed

Starring: Ethan Hawke, Kristin Scott Thomas

Michael Winterbottom’s bold reimagining of ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ successfully translates Thomas Hardy’s Victorian classic to the heat and dust of modern India. The issues of class privilege, inequality and masculine arrogance still resonate in a film that journeys from hope to heartache as romance turns to unbearable shame. Stunningly shot on location with a beguiling soundtrack by Shigeru Umebayashi, this is one of Winterbottom’s finest achievements.

In this thriller based on Douglas Kennedy’s novel, Hawke plays American writer Tom Ricks, who comes to Paris desperate to put his life together again and win back his estranged wife and daughter. When things don’t go according to plan, he ends up in a shady hotel in the suburbs, having to work as a night guard to make ends meet. Then Margit (played by Thomas), a beautiful, mysterious stranger walks into his life and things start looking up. Their passionate and intense relationship triggers a string of inexplicable events…

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH

THE LADY

SHAME

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

TRISHNA (15)

Glasgow Film Festival

RED DOG

MARCH 2012

21 ★

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30 “In a world where everyone seems so lost, The Kid With a Bike will help you find your humanity again.” Eyeforfilm.co.uk

The Lion King stands tall within Disney’s pantheon of classic family films and the 3D is used to great effect. Family Matinee Prices apply - no 3D surcharge! Sat 3

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

SAT 10, 1PM

See page 1 for details.

BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (12A)

TUE 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Sylvain Chomet France 2003 81m

THU 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

RED DOG (PG) See Februrary brochure or website for details.

A wonderfully original animation set in 1960s France, it’s the story of a boy called Champion and his grandmother, Madame Souza, who encourages him to take part in the Tour de France, where he is kidnapped by gangsters... SCREENING AS PART OF SEE PAGE 9

BIKE!

TINY FURNITURE (CERT TBC)

SAT 17, 1.45PM

Dir: Lena Dunham United States 2010

THE CAMERAMAN (U)

Starring: Laurie Simmons, Lena Dunham

A coming-of-age comedy, Tiny Furniture won Best Feature Film at the 2010 South by Southwest festival. 22-year-old Aura returns home to her artist mother’s Manhattan loft with a useless film theory degree, 357 hits on her Youtube page, a boyfriend who’s left her to find himself at Burning Man, a dying hamster, and her tail between her legs. Luckily, her trainwreck childhood best friend never left home, the restaurant down the block is hiring, and ill-advised romantic possibilities lurk around every corner.

Dir: Luc Besson France 2011 132m

BEL AMI MONEYBALL THE LADY WE BOUGHT A ZOO THE KID WITH A BIKE THE PIRATES!

FROM FRI 9

From Aardman Animations comes this swashbuckling adventure about a Pirate Captain whose lifelong dream is to beat his bitter rivals to the coveted Pirate of the Year Award. But with only his rag tag crew to help him, the Pirate Captain’s hopes look less than likely…

SUN 11, 5.30PM

THE KID WITH A BIKE PREVIEW SCREENING AS PART OF

Dir: Edward Sedgewick United States 1928 69m

THU 15, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS FOR MARCH

THE LADY (12A) See page 1 for details.

SUN 4, 12.15PM THE HELP (12A)

Starring: Buster Keaton, Marceline Day

Buster is an aspiring, but lousy, newsreel cameraman who keeps missing the great shot. Vintage Keaton, with added piano soundtrack.

SUN 11, 1PM THE LADY (12A)

THU 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 24, 2PM

SUN 18, 1PM A SEPARATION (PG)

BEL AMI (15)

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN - THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN (3D) (PG)

See page 2 for details. SUN 25, 1.15PM CORIOLANUS (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A) Sun 4

TUE 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 5

Tue 6

Wed 7

Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 2011 106m Starring: Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell

BIKE!

Tintin and surly Captain Haddock race to recover a powerful artifact lost at sea centuries ago.

SEE PAGE 9 “The Kid With a Bike is near perfect.” Nick James, Sight & Sound.

THU 29, 10.30AM & 1.30PM TINY FURNITURE

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, RED DOG + OTHER FILMS

Werner Herzog’s latest is another idiosyncratic trip into the dark; the larkiest death-row documentary you’ll (probably) ever see. Herzog goes back to a triple homicide in rural Texas 10 years ago, then interviews the friends and family of the victims, as well as the perpetrators: one 10 years into a 40year sentence, the other with eight days to go before his scheduled execution. Herzog keeps things surreal, dodges the obvious, coaxes out strange tales and shaggy-dog logic. For something with such a morbid draw, Into the Abyss leaves you startled by life. The Guardian

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG) THE LADY

FROM FRI 2

Christina Ricci

TRISHNA

Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury. Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp. TIME OUT

Dir: Werner Herzog United States 2011 107m

THU 1, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 2 for details.

Thu 8

SAT 17, 12-1PM FREE EVENT

CRAFT CLUB CINEMA KNIT-ALONG See our website.

SAT 31, 12.45PM

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Red Dog PG See web Martha Marcy... 15 See web NT LIVE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10 Film Title TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Fri 9 10:30 1:30 3:30

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 Moulin Rouge! 12A p10 The Help 12A p3 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Greatest Movie Ever Sold 12A p9 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM

5:30 5:45 6:00

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

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lion King (3D) U p4 NT ENCORE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10

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2:45 2:30 3:30 3:15

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

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

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

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Sat 10

8:00 7:45 8:30

8:15 8:00 Sun 11 7:45 8:30

1:30 1:00

12:00 2:45 12:30

5:30 5:15

3:30 3:15 2:00

5:45 6:00

2:45

5:30 5:15

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

Mon 12

12:15

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10:30 1:30 3:00

5:45 6:00

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

5:30

8:15

5:45 6:00

8:30 7:45 8:30

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5:15 5:45 6:00

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

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

Tue 13

Wed 14

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

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

Thu 15

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 The First Born + Live Musical Accompaniment 15 p9

3:45

Bel Ami 15 p2 1:15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 12:00 The Lady 12A p1 Belleville Rendez-vous 12A p4 1:00 Bicycle Dreams 15 + Q&A p9

3:45

6:00

8:30

2:45 2:30 2:15

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Galaxy Quest PG p10 Remembering Raleigh U p9 The Kid with a Bike Preview 12A

2:45

5:30 5:15

8:30

Fri 16

8:15 7:45 8:15 Sat 17

2:00 6:15

Sun 18

8:00 5:00 3:45

6:00

12:45 2:30 12:00 1:00

5:15

7:30 7:45 7:00

4:15 2:00 3:30 Tue 20 5:30 3:00

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Margin Call 15 p9 Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

3:00

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

3:00

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

2:45 3:45 1:30 2:30

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 The Cameraman U p4 The Guard 15 p9

2:45 3:45 1:30 3:15

5:30 6:00 4:30

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 Made in Dagenham 15 p10 A Separation PG p3

1:15

Mon 26

Tue 27

1:45 5:45 12:00 2:45 3:45 2:30

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

5:30 6:00 4:30

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

Wed 28

2:00 1:00

8:30 Mon 19

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Media Arts Presents: Alexander Stevenson

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

6:00

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45 8:00

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 La Grande Illusion U + Satellite Q&A

1:45

2:30

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 2:30 French Food Night Cafebar from 6pm Cine-Bar: OSS 117 Lost in Rio cafebar 8.45pm

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

2:45

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

6:15 6:00

8:30

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45 8:45

Thu 22

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

1:45 10:30 1:30 2:30

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

2:00

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 All Around Us 15 p8

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

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

8:15 8:30 7:30

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 1:45 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 The Adventures of Tintin PG p4 2:00 Bad Company 15 p8 A Man's Story + Q&A 15 p10

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5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dear Doctor 15 p8 Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30pm

4:00

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dark Harbour 15 p8

1:45 4:00

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 2:30 NT LIVE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10

5:30 6:15 4:30

Fri 30

The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 DJs and VJs Cafebar from 8pm

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

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

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

Sat 31

The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 NT ENCORE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10 The Pirates! Supportive Environment Screening

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

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

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

6:00

2:00 Wed 21

Thu 29

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 I Just Didn't Do It 15 p8

8:15 8:30 7:30

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1:00 12:45

6:00 Fri 23

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Sat 24

8:00 6:00

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8:15 7:45 8:00

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Sun 25

8:00 5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

8:15 8:30 7:30

★ Film TBC - See Website So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

3:45

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 12:00 2:45 The Kid With a Bike 12A 1:45 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 3:45 A Stranger of Mine 15 p8 Land of Freedom 15 p10 2:00 Coriolanus 15 p3 1:15

8:00 5:30 6:15 4:30 5:45

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

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.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning 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! These exclusive screenings are 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 2012 Thu 1

SAT 3, 1.30PM

THE LION KING (3D) (U)

Fri 2

Dir: Roger Allers United States 1994 89m

FROM FRI 24 FEB

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 9

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30

FROM FRI 30

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

MONEYBALL (12A)

HUNKY DORY (15)

BEL AMI (15)

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

IN DARKNESS (15)

THE KID WITH A BIKE (12A)

INTO THE ABYSS (12A)

Dir: Bennett Miller United States 2011 133m

Dir: Marc Evans United Kingdom 2012 109m

Directors: Declan Donnellan & Nick Ormerod

Dir: Cameron Crowe United States 2011 123m

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012 123m

Starring: Brad Pitt, Robin Wright

Starring: Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard

United Kingdom 2012 102m

Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Matt Damon

Dir: Agnieszka Holland Poland 2011 143m

Dir: Luc Dardenne & Jean-Pierre Dardenne

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Bennett Miller’s follow-up to Capote is the story of the Oakland Athletics’ manager’s attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer generated analysis to select his players. Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman co-star in this clever and compelling film.

Anyone addicted to Glee will love Hunky Dory, an engaging British twist on the heartache and heartbreak of putting on a show. In the sweltering summer of 1976, drama teacher Vivienne tries to inspire her pupils to give their all to a musical production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which “both Shakespeare and David Bowie could be proud of”. But she faces an uphill battle with cynical colleagues, concerned parents and easily distracted teenagers… A bittersweet charmer with a soundtrack courtesy of Bowie, Nick Drake and ELO.

Starring: Uma Thurman, Robert Pattinson,

Starring: Robert Wieckiewicz, Benno Furmann

Belgium 2011 87m

Directors: Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt United Kingdom 2012

Echoes of de Sica float through the brothers Dardenne’s latest, a deceptively simple and profoundly moving tale of an abandoned boy, the woman who decides to help out by taking care of him and the temptations of the modern world that threaten to ruin the boy’s future. Cécile de France’s Samantha “brings a light to the story,” when she reclaims the child’s soul as they drive and bicycle to and fro.

Starring: Hugh Grant, Brendan Gleeson

United Kingdom 2012 100m Starring: Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan

Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow Film Festival

The latest film from Agnieszka Holland, (Europa, Europa, and TV’s The Wire), one of Poland’s most prolific directors, In Darkness tells the incredible true story of Leopald Socha, a sewer worker and petty thief in Nazi-occupied Poland, whom after stumbling upon a group of Jews in the sewers, agreed to hide them for a price. What starts out as a straightforward business arrangement becomes something unexpected and extraordinary. In Darkness has been chosen as Poland’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar® 2012.

Starring: Cecile De France, Thomas Doret

Robert Pattinson gives his best screen performance to date as notorious scoundrel Georges Duroy in this handsome adaptation of the classic Guy de Maupassant novel. In the Paris of the 1890s, Georges is a penniless, dissolute ex-soldier. Unexpectedly thrust into high society, he quickly discovers that the real power lies not with the men but with their wives and mistresses, women who are all ripe for the picking as this callous seducer and social-climber relentlessly pursues wealth and status.

Director Cameron Crowe returns with a heart-warming family drama inspired by Benjamin Mee’s memoir. Matt Damon gives a winning performance as widowed journalist Benjamin. Seeking a means to bind his family together and move on, he buys an eighteen-acre estate in Southern California that has been home to a collection of wild animals. He assumes it will only take a few renovations before he can re-open it as a zoo but in fact things aren’t so simple. If you love the books of Gerald Durrell or are addicted to wildlife documentaries, this is a delight.

SHAME (18)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Dir: Steve McQueen

CONTINUE INTO MARCH SEE FEB BROCHURE OR WEBSITE.

A searing examination of sexual compulsion, the film features extraordinary performances from Michael Fassbender who plays Brandon, a seemingly normal New Yorker trapped by his erotic compulsions and Carey Mulligan who plays his needy, neurotic sister.

FROM FRI 9

THE LADY (12A) Starring: Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Luc Besson takes on the inspiring true story of Burmese pro-democracy activist, leader and political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi and the tenacious long-distance bond she maintained with her British husband, Michael Aris while under house arrest for over a decade.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH (15)

2012 113m

Dir: Pawel Pawlikowski France 2011 83m

Starring: Freida Pinto, Riz Ahmed

Starring: Ethan Hawke, Kristin Scott Thomas

Michael Winterbottom’s bold reimagining of ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ successfully translates Thomas Hardy’s Victorian classic to the heat and dust of modern India. The issues of class privilege, inequality and masculine arrogance still resonate in a film that journeys from hope to heartache as romance turns to unbearable shame. Stunningly shot on location with a beguiling soundtrack by Shigeru Umebayashi, this is one of Winterbottom’s finest achievements.

In this thriller based on Douglas Kennedy’s novel, Hawke plays American writer Tom Ricks, who comes to Paris desperate to put his life together again and win back his estranged wife and daughter. When things don’t go according to plan, he ends up in a shady hotel in the suburbs, having to work as a night guard to make ends meet. Then Margit (played by Thomas), a beautiful, mysterious stranger walks into his life and things start looking up. Their passionate and intense relationship triggers a string of inexplicable events…

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH

THE LADY

SHAME

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

TRISHNA (15)

Glasgow Film Festival

RED DOG

MARCH 2012

21 ★

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30 “In a world where everyone seems so lost, The Kid With a Bike will help you find your humanity again.” Eyeforfilm.co.uk

The Lion King stands tall within Disney’s pantheon of classic family films and the 3D is used to great effect. Family Matinee Prices apply - no 3D surcharge! Sat 3

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

SAT 10, 1PM

See page 1 for details.

BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (12A)

TUE 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Sylvain Chomet France 2003 81m

THU 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

RED DOG (PG) See Februrary brochure or website for details.

A wonderfully original animation set in 1960s France, it’s the story of a boy called Champion and his grandmother, Madame Souza, who encourages him to take part in the Tour de France, where he is kidnapped by gangsters... SCREENING AS PART OF SEE PAGE 9

BIKE!

TINY FURNITURE (CERT TBC)

SAT 17, 1.45PM

Dir: Lena Dunham United States 2010

THE CAMERAMAN (U)

Starring: Laurie Simmons, Lena Dunham

A coming-of-age comedy, Tiny Furniture won Best Feature Film at the 2010 South by Southwest festival. 22-year-old Aura returns home to her artist mother’s Manhattan loft with a useless film theory degree, 357 hits on her Youtube page, a boyfriend who’s left her to find himself at Burning Man, a dying hamster, and her tail between her legs. Luckily, her trainwreck childhood best friend never left home, the restaurant down the block is hiring, and ill-advised romantic possibilities lurk around every corner.

Dir: Luc Besson France 2011 132m

BEL AMI MONEYBALL THE LADY WE BOUGHT A ZOO THE KID WITH A BIKE THE PIRATES!

FROM FRI 9

From Aardman Animations comes this swashbuckling adventure about a Pirate Captain whose lifelong dream is to beat his bitter rivals to the coveted Pirate of the Year Award. But with only his rag tag crew to help him, the Pirate Captain’s hopes look less than likely…

SUN 11, 5.30PM

THE KID WITH A BIKE PREVIEW SCREENING AS PART OF

Dir: Edward Sedgewick United States 1928 69m

THU 15, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS FOR MARCH

THE LADY (12A) See page 1 for details.

SUN 4, 12.15PM THE HELP (12A)

Starring: Buster Keaton, Marceline Day

Buster is an aspiring, but lousy, newsreel cameraman who keeps missing the great shot. Vintage Keaton, with added piano soundtrack.

SUN 11, 1PM THE LADY (12A)

THU 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 24, 2PM

SUN 18, 1PM A SEPARATION (PG)

BEL AMI (15)

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN - THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN (3D) (PG)

See page 2 for details. SUN 25, 1.15PM CORIOLANUS (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A) Sun 4

TUE 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 5

Tue 6

Wed 7

Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 2011 106m Starring: Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell

BIKE!

Tintin and surly Captain Haddock race to recover a powerful artifact lost at sea centuries ago.

SEE PAGE 9 “The Kid With a Bike is near perfect.” Nick James, Sight & Sound.

THU 29, 10.30AM & 1.30PM TINY FURNITURE

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, RED DOG + OTHER FILMS

Werner Herzog’s latest is another idiosyncratic trip into the dark; the larkiest death-row documentary you’ll (probably) ever see. Herzog goes back to a triple homicide in rural Texas 10 years ago, then interviews the friends and family of the victims, as well as the perpetrators: one 10 years into a 40year sentence, the other with eight days to go before his scheduled execution. Herzog keeps things surreal, dodges the obvious, coaxes out strange tales and shaggy-dog logic. For something with such a morbid draw, Into the Abyss leaves you startled by life. The Guardian

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG) THE LADY

FROM FRI 2

Christina Ricci

TRISHNA

Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury. Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp. TIME OUT

Dir: Werner Herzog United States 2011 107m

THU 1, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 2 for details.

Thu 8

SAT 17, 12-1PM FREE EVENT

CRAFT CLUB CINEMA KNIT-ALONG See our website.

SAT 31, 12.45PM

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Red Dog PG See web Martha Marcy... 15 See web NT LIVE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10 Film Title TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Fri 9 10:30 1:30 3:30

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 Moulin Rouge! 12A p10 The Help 12A p3 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Greatest Movie Ever Sold 12A p9 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lion King (3D) U p4 NT ENCORE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 The First Born + Live Musical Accompaniment 15 p9

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Bel Ami 15 p2 1:15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 12:00 The Lady 12A p1 Belleville Rendez-vous 12A p4 1:00 Bicycle Dreams 15 + Q&A p9

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Galaxy Quest PG p10 Remembering Raleigh U p9 The Kid with a Bike Preview 12A

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Margin Call 15 p9 Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 The Cameraman U p4 The Guard 15 p9

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 Made in Dagenham 15 p10 A Separation PG p3

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Media Arts Presents: Alexander Stevenson

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 La Grande Illusion U + Satellite Q&A

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 All Around Us 15 p8

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 1:45 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 The Adventures of Tintin PG p4 2:00 Bad Company 15 p8 A Man's Story + Q&A 15 p10

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dark Harbour 15 p8

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 2:30 NT LIVE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10

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The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 DJs and VJs Cafebar from 8pm

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The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 NT ENCORE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10 The Pirates! Supportive Environment Screening

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 I Just Didn't Do It 15 p8

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★ Film TBC - See Website So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 12:00 2:45 The Kid With a Bike 12A 1:45 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 3:45 A Stranger of Mine 15 p8 Land of Freedom 15 p10 2:00 Coriolanus 15 p3 1:15

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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.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning 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! These exclusive screenings are 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 2012 Thu 1

SAT 3, 1.30PM

THE LION KING (3D) (U)

Fri 2

Dir: Roger Allers United States 1994 89m

FROM FRI 24 FEB

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 9

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30

FROM FRI 30

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

MONEYBALL (12A)

HUNKY DORY (15)

BEL AMI (15)

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

IN DARKNESS (15)

THE KID WITH A BIKE (12A)

INTO THE ABYSS (12A)

Dir: Bennett Miller United States 2011 133m

Dir: Marc Evans United Kingdom 2012 109m

Directors: Declan Donnellan & Nick Ormerod

Dir: Cameron Crowe United States 2011 123m

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012 123m

Starring: Brad Pitt, Robin Wright

Starring: Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard

United Kingdom 2012 102m

Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Matt Damon

Dir: Agnieszka Holland Poland 2011 143m

Dir: Luc Dardenne & Jean-Pierre Dardenne

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Bennett Miller’s follow-up to Capote is the story of the Oakland Athletics’ manager’s attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer generated analysis to select his players. Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman co-star in this clever and compelling film.

Anyone addicted to Glee will love Hunky Dory, an engaging British twist on the heartache and heartbreak of putting on a show. In the sweltering summer of 1976, drama teacher Vivienne tries to inspire her pupils to give their all to a musical production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which “both Shakespeare and David Bowie could be proud of”. But she faces an uphill battle with cynical colleagues, concerned parents and easily distracted teenagers… A bittersweet charmer with a soundtrack courtesy of Bowie, Nick Drake and ELO.

Starring: Uma Thurman, Robert Pattinson,

Starring: Robert Wieckiewicz, Benno Furmann

Belgium 2011 87m

Directors: Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt United Kingdom 2012

Echoes of de Sica float through the brothers Dardenne’s latest, a deceptively simple and profoundly moving tale of an abandoned boy, the woman who decides to help out by taking care of him and the temptations of the modern world that threaten to ruin the boy’s future. Cécile de France’s Samantha “brings a light to the story,” when she reclaims the child’s soul as they drive and bicycle to and fro.

Starring: Hugh Grant, Brendan Gleeson

United Kingdom 2012 100m Starring: Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan

Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow Film Festival

The latest film from Agnieszka Holland, (Europa, Europa, and TV’s The Wire), one of Poland’s most prolific directors, In Darkness tells the incredible true story of Leopald Socha, a sewer worker and petty thief in Nazi-occupied Poland, whom after stumbling upon a group of Jews in the sewers, agreed to hide them for a price. What starts out as a straightforward business arrangement becomes something unexpected and extraordinary. In Darkness has been chosen as Poland’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar® 2012.

Starring: Cecile De France, Thomas Doret

Robert Pattinson gives his best screen performance to date as notorious scoundrel Georges Duroy in this handsome adaptation of the classic Guy de Maupassant novel. In the Paris of the 1890s, Georges is a penniless, dissolute ex-soldier. Unexpectedly thrust into high society, he quickly discovers that the real power lies not with the men but with their wives and mistresses, women who are all ripe for the picking as this callous seducer and social-climber relentlessly pursues wealth and status.

Director Cameron Crowe returns with a heart-warming family drama inspired by Benjamin Mee’s memoir. Matt Damon gives a winning performance as widowed journalist Benjamin. Seeking a means to bind his family together and move on, he buys an eighteen-acre estate in Southern California that has been home to a collection of wild animals. He assumes it will only take a few renovations before he can re-open it as a zoo but in fact things aren’t so simple. If you love the books of Gerald Durrell or are addicted to wildlife documentaries, this is a delight.

SHAME (18)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Dir: Steve McQueen

CONTINUE INTO MARCH SEE FEB BROCHURE OR WEBSITE.

A searing examination of sexual compulsion, the film features extraordinary performances from Michael Fassbender who plays Brandon, a seemingly normal New Yorker trapped by his erotic compulsions and Carey Mulligan who plays his needy, neurotic sister.

FROM FRI 9

THE LADY (12A) Starring: Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Luc Besson takes on the inspiring true story of Burmese pro-democracy activist, leader and political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi and the tenacious long-distance bond she maintained with her British husband, Michael Aris while under house arrest for over a decade.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH (15)

2012 113m

Dir: Pawel Pawlikowski France 2011 83m

Starring: Freida Pinto, Riz Ahmed

Starring: Ethan Hawke, Kristin Scott Thomas

Michael Winterbottom’s bold reimagining of ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ successfully translates Thomas Hardy’s Victorian classic to the heat and dust of modern India. The issues of class privilege, inequality and masculine arrogance still resonate in a film that journeys from hope to heartache as romance turns to unbearable shame. Stunningly shot on location with a beguiling soundtrack by Shigeru Umebayashi, this is one of Winterbottom’s finest achievements.

In this thriller based on Douglas Kennedy’s novel, Hawke plays American writer Tom Ricks, who comes to Paris desperate to put his life together again and win back his estranged wife and daughter. When things don’t go according to plan, he ends up in a shady hotel in the suburbs, having to work as a night guard to make ends meet. Then Margit (played by Thomas), a beautiful, mysterious stranger walks into his life and things start looking up. Their passionate and intense relationship triggers a string of inexplicable events…

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH

THE LADY

SHAME

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

TRISHNA (15)

Glasgow Film Festival

RED DOG

MARCH 2012

21 ★

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30 “In a world where everyone seems so lost, The Kid With a Bike will help you find your humanity again.” Eyeforfilm.co.uk

The Lion King stands tall within Disney’s pantheon of classic family films and the 3D is used to great effect. Family Matinee Prices apply - no 3D surcharge! Sat 3

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

SAT 10, 1PM

See page 1 for details.

BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (12A)

TUE 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Sylvain Chomet France 2003 81m

THU 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

RED DOG (PG) See Februrary brochure or website for details.

A wonderfully original animation set in 1960s France, it’s the story of a boy called Champion and his grandmother, Madame Souza, who encourages him to take part in the Tour de France, where he is kidnapped by gangsters... SCREENING AS PART OF SEE PAGE 9

BIKE!

TINY FURNITURE (CERT TBC)

SAT 17, 1.45PM

Dir: Lena Dunham United States 2010

THE CAMERAMAN (U)

Starring: Laurie Simmons, Lena Dunham

A coming-of-age comedy, Tiny Furniture won Best Feature Film at the 2010 South by Southwest festival. 22-year-old Aura returns home to her artist mother’s Manhattan loft with a useless film theory degree, 357 hits on her Youtube page, a boyfriend who’s left her to find himself at Burning Man, a dying hamster, and her tail between her legs. Luckily, her trainwreck childhood best friend never left home, the restaurant down the block is hiring, and ill-advised romantic possibilities lurk around every corner.

Dir: Luc Besson France 2011 132m

BEL AMI MONEYBALL THE LADY WE BOUGHT A ZOO THE KID WITH A BIKE THE PIRATES!

FROM FRI 9

From Aardman Animations comes this swashbuckling adventure about a Pirate Captain whose lifelong dream is to beat his bitter rivals to the coveted Pirate of the Year Award. But with only his rag tag crew to help him, the Pirate Captain’s hopes look less than likely…

SUN 11, 5.30PM

THE KID WITH A BIKE PREVIEW SCREENING AS PART OF

Dir: Edward Sedgewick United States 1928 69m

THU 15, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS FOR MARCH

THE LADY (12A) See page 1 for details.

SUN 4, 12.15PM THE HELP (12A)

Starring: Buster Keaton, Marceline Day

Buster is an aspiring, but lousy, newsreel cameraman who keeps missing the great shot. Vintage Keaton, with added piano soundtrack.

SUN 11, 1PM THE LADY (12A)

THU 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 24, 2PM

SUN 18, 1PM A SEPARATION (PG)

BEL AMI (15)

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN - THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN (3D) (PG)

See page 2 for details. SUN 25, 1.15PM CORIOLANUS (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A) Sun 4

TUE 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 5

Tue 6

Wed 7

Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 2011 106m Starring: Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell

BIKE!

Tintin and surly Captain Haddock race to recover a powerful artifact lost at sea centuries ago.

SEE PAGE 9 “The Kid With a Bike is near perfect.” Nick James, Sight & Sound.

THU 29, 10.30AM & 1.30PM TINY FURNITURE

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, RED DOG + OTHER FILMS

Werner Herzog’s latest is another idiosyncratic trip into the dark; the larkiest death-row documentary you’ll (probably) ever see. Herzog goes back to a triple homicide in rural Texas 10 years ago, then interviews the friends and family of the victims, as well as the perpetrators: one 10 years into a 40year sentence, the other with eight days to go before his scheduled execution. Herzog keeps things surreal, dodges the obvious, coaxes out strange tales and shaggy-dog logic. For something with such a morbid draw, Into the Abyss leaves you startled by life. The Guardian

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG) THE LADY

FROM FRI 2

Christina Ricci

TRISHNA

Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury. Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp. TIME OUT

Dir: Werner Herzog United States 2011 107m

THU 1, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 2 for details.

Thu 8

SAT 17, 12-1PM FREE EVENT

CRAFT CLUB CINEMA KNIT-ALONG See our website.

SAT 31, 12.45PM

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

05

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Red Dog PG See web Martha Marcy... 15 See web NT LIVE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10 Film Title TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Fri 9 10:30 1:30 3:30

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 Moulin Rouge! 12A p10 The Help 12A p3 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Greatest Movie Ever Sold 12A p9 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lion King (3D) U p4 NT ENCORE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 The First Born + Live Musical Accompaniment 15 p9

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Bel Ami 15 p2 1:15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 12:00 The Lady 12A p1 Belleville Rendez-vous 12A p4 1:00 Bicycle Dreams 15 + Q&A p9

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Margin Call 15 p9 Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 Made in Dagenham 15 p10 A Separation PG p3

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Media Arts Presents: Alexander Stevenson

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 La Grande Illusion U + Satellite Q&A

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 2:30 French Food Night Cafebar from 6pm Cine-Bar: OSS 117 Lost in Rio cafebar 8.45pm

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 All Around Us 15 p8

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 1:45 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 The Adventures of Tintin PG p4 2:00 Bad Company 15 p8 A Man's Story + Q&A 15 p10

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dark Harbour 15 p8

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 2:30 NT LIVE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10

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The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 DJs and VJs Cafebar from 8pm

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The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 NT ENCORE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10 The Pirates! Supportive Environment Screening

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 I Just Didn't Do It 15 p8

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★ Film TBC - See Website So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 12:00 2:45 The Kid With a Bike 12A 1:45 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 3:45 A Stranger of Mine 15 p8 Land of Freedom 15 p10 2:00 Coriolanus 15 p3 1:15

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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.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning 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! These exclusive screenings are 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 2012 Thu 1

SAT 3, 1.30PM

THE LION KING (3D) (U)

Fri 2

Dir: Roger Allers United States 1994 89m

FROM FRI 24 FEB

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 9

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30

FROM FRI 30

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

MONEYBALL (12A)

HUNKY DORY (15)

BEL AMI (15)

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

IN DARKNESS (15)

THE KID WITH A BIKE (12A)

INTO THE ABYSS (12A)

Dir: Bennett Miller United States 2011 133m

Dir: Marc Evans United Kingdom 2012 109m

Directors: Declan Donnellan & Nick Ormerod

Dir: Cameron Crowe United States 2011 123m

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012 123m

Starring: Brad Pitt, Robin Wright

Starring: Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard

United Kingdom 2012 102m

Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Matt Damon

Dir: Agnieszka Holland Poland 2011 143m

Dir: Luc Dardenne & Jean-Pierre Dardenne

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Bennett Miller’s follow-up to Capote is the story of the Oakland Athletics’ manager’s attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer generated analysis to select his players. Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman co-star in this clever and compelling film.

Anyone addicted to Glee will love Hunky Dory, an engaging British twist on the heartache and heartbreak of putting on a show. In the sweltering summer of 1976, drama teacher Vivienne tries to inspire her pupils to give their all to a musical production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which “both Shakespeare and David Bowie could be proud of”. But she faces an uphill battle with cynical colleagues, concerned parents and easily distracted teenagers… A bittersweet charmer with a soundtrack courtesy of Bowie, Nick Drake and ELO.

Starring: Uma Thurman, Robert Pattinson,

Starring: Robert Wieckiewicz, Benno Furmann

Belgium 2011 87m

Directors: Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt United Kingdom 2012

Echoes of de Sica float through the brothers Dardenne’s latest, a deceptively simple and profoundly moving tale of an abandoned boy, the woman who decides to help out by taking care of him and the temptations of the modern world that threaten to ruin the boy’s future. Cécile de France’s Samantha “brings a light to the story,” when she reclaims the child’s soul as they drive and bicycle to and fro.

Starring: Hugh Grant, Brendan Gleeson

United Kingdom 2012 100m Starring: Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan

Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow Film Festival

The latest film from Agnieszka Holland, (Europa, Europa, and TV’s The Wire), one of Poland’s most prolific directors, In Darkness tells the incredible true story of Leopald Socha, a sewer worker and petty thief in Nazi-occupied Poland, whom after stumbling upon a group of Jews in the sewers, agreed to hide them for a price. What starts out as a straightforward business arrangement becomes something unexpected and extraordinary. In Darkness has been chosen as Poland’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar® 2012.

Starring: Cecile De France, Thomas Doret

Robert Pattinson gives his best screen performance to date as notorious scoundrel Georges Duroy in this handsome adaptation of the classic Guy de Maupassant novel. In the Paris of the 1890s, Georges is a penniless, dissolute ex-soldier. Unexpectedly thrust into high society, he quickly discovers that the real power lies not with the men but with their wives and mistresses, women who are all ripe for the picking as this callous seducer and social-climber relentlessly pursues wealth and status.

Director Cameron Crowe returns with a heart-warming family drama inspired by Benjamin Mee’s memoir. Matt Damon gives a winning performance as widowed journalist Benjamin. Seeking a means to bind his family together and move on, he buys an eighteen-acre estate in Southern California that has been home to a collection of wild animals. He assumes it will only take a few renovations before he can re-open it as a zoo but in fact things aren’t so simple. If you love the books of Gerald Durrell or are addicted to wildlife documentaries, this is a delight.

SHAME (18)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Dir: Steve McQueen

CONTINUE INTO MARCH SEE FEB BROCHURE OR WEBSITE.

A searing examination of sexual compulsion, the film features extraordinary performances from Michael Fassbender who plays Brandon, a seemingly normal New Yorker trapped by his erotic compulsions and Carey Mulligan who plays his needy, neurotic sister.

FROM FRI 9

THE LADY (12A) Starring: Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Luc Besson takes on the inspiring true story of Burmese pro-democracy activist, leader and political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi and the tenacious long-distance bond she maintained with her British husband, Michael Aris while under house arrest for over a decade.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH (15)

2012 113m

Dir: Pawel Pawlikowski France 2011 83m

Starring: Freida Pinto, Riz Ahmed

Starring: Ethan Hawke, Kristin Scott Thomas

Michael Winterbottom’s bold reimagining of ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ successfully translates Thomas Hardy’s Victorian classic to the heat and dust of modern India. The issues of class privilege, inequality and masculine arrogance still resonate in a film that journeys from hope to heartache as romance turns to unbearable shame. Stunningly shot on location with a beguiling soundtrack by Shigeru Umebayashi, this is one of Winterbottom’s finest achievements.

In this thriller based on Douglas Kennedy’s novel, Hawke plays American writer Tom Ricks, who comes to Paris desperate to put his life together again and win back his estranged wife and daughter. When things don’t go according to plan, he ends up in a shady hotel in the suburbs, having to work as a night guard to make ends meet. Then Margit (played by Thomas), a beautiful, mysterious stranger walks into his life and things start looking up. Their passionate and intense relationship triggers a string of inexplicable events…

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH

THE LADY

SHAME

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

TRISHNA (15)

Glasgow Film Festival

RED DOG

MARCH 2012

21 ★

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30 “In a world where everyone seems so lost, The Kid With a Bike will help you find your humanity again.” Eyeforfilm.co.uk

The Lion King stands tall within Disney’s pantheon of classic family films and the 3D is used to great effect. Family Matinee Prices apply - no 3D surcharge! Sat 3

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

SAT 10, 1PM

See page 1 for details.

BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (12A)

TUE 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Sylvain Chomet France 2003 81m

THU 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

RED DOG (PG) See Februrary brochure or website for details.

A wonderfully original animation set in 1960s France, it’s the story of a boy called Champion and his grandmother, Madame Souza, who encourages him to take part in the Tour de France, where he is kidnapped by gangsters... SCREENING AS PART OF SEE PAGE 9

BIKE!

TINY FURNITURE (CERT TBC)

SAT 17, 1.45PM

Dir: Lena Dunham United States 2010

THE CAMERAMAN (U)

Starring: Laurie Simmons, Lena Dunham

A coming-of-age comedy, Tiny Furniture won Best Feature Film at the 2010 South by Southwest festival. 22-year-old Aura returns home to her artist mother’s Manhattan loft with a useless film theory degree, 357 hits on her Youtube page, a boyfriend who’s left her to find himself at Burning Man, a dying hamster, and her tail between her legs. Luckily, her trainwreck childhood best friend never left home, the restaurant down the block is hiring, and ill-advised romantic possibilities lurk around every corner.

Dir: Luc Besson France 2011 132m

BEL AMI MONEYBALL THE LADY WE BOUGHT A ZOO THE KID WITH A BIKE THE PIRATES!

FROM FRI 9

From Aardman Animations comes this swashbuckling adventure about a Pirate Captain whose lifelong dream is to beat his bitter rivals to the coveted Pirate of the Year Award. But with only his rag tag crew to help him, the Pirate Captain’s hopes look less than likely…

SUN 11, 5.30PM

THE KID WITH A BIKE PREVIEW SCREENING AS PART OF

Dir: Edward Sedgewick United States 1928 69m

THU 15, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS FOR MARCH

THE LADY (12A) See page 1 for details.

SUN 4, 12.15PM THE HELP (12A)

Starring: Buster Keaton, Marceline Day

Buster is an aspiring, but lousy, newsreel cameraman who keeps missing the great shot. Vintage Keaton, with added piano soundtrack.

SUN 11, 1PM THE LADY (12A)

THU 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 24, 2PM

SUN 18, 1PM A SEPARATION (PG)

BEL AMI (15)

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN - THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN (3D) (PG)

See page 2 for details. SUN 25, 1.15PM CORIOLANUS (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A) Sun 4

TUE 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 5

Tue 6

Wed 7

Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 2011 106m Starring: Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell

BIKE!

Tintin and surly Captain Haddock race to recover a powerful artifact lost at sea centuries ago.

SEE PAGE 9 “The Kid With a Bike is near perfect.” Nick James, Sight & Sound.

THU 29, 10.30AM & 1.30PM TINY FURNITURE

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, RED DOG + OTHER FILMS

Werner Herzog’s latest is another idiosyncratic trip into the dark; the larkiest death-row documentary you’ll (probably) ever see. Herzog goes back to a triple homicide in rural Texas 10 years ago, then interviews the friends and family of the victims, as well as the perpetrators: one 10 years into a 40year sentence, the other with eight days to go before his scheduled execution. Herzog keeps things surreal, dodges the obvious, coaxes out strange tales and shaggy-dog logic. For something with such a morbid draw, Into the Abyss leaves you startled by life. The Guardian

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG) THE LADY

FROM FRI 2

Christina Ricci

TRISHNA

Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury. Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp. TIME OUT

Dir: Werner Herzog United States 2011 107m

THU 1, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 2 for details.

Thu 8

SAT 17, 12-1PM FREE EVENT

CRAFT CLUB CINEMA KNIT-ALONG See our website.

SAT 31, 12.45PM

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Red Dog PG See web Martha Marcy... 15 See web NT LIVE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10 Film Title TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Fri 9 10:30 1:30 3:30

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 Moulin Rouge! 12A p10 The Help 12A p3 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Greatest Movie Ever Sold 12A p9 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lion King (3D) U p4 NT ENCORE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 The First Born + Live Musical Accompaniment 15 p9

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Bel Ami 15 p2 1:15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 12:00 The Lady 12A p1 Belleville Rendez-vous 12A p4 1:00 Bicycle Dreams 15 + Q&A p9

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Galaxy Quest PG p10 Remembering Raleigh U p9 The Kid with a Bike Preview 12A

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Margin Call 15 p9 Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 The Cameraman U p4 The Guard 15 p9

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 Made in Dagenham 15 p10 A Separation PG p3

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2:00 1:00

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Media Arts Presents: Alexander Stevenson

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 La Grande Illusion U + Satellite Q&A

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 2:30 French Food Night Cafebar from 6pm Cine-Bar: OSS 117 Lost in Rio cafebar 8.45pm

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 All Around Us 15 p8

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8:15 8:30 7:30

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 1:45 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 The Adventures of Tintin PG p4 2:00 Bad Company 15 p8 A Man's Story + Q&A 15 p10

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dear Doctor 15 p8 Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30pm

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dark Harbour 15 p8

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 2:30 NT LIVE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10

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Fri 30

The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 DJs and VJs Cafebar from 8pm

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

Sat 31

The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 NT ENCORE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10 The Pirates! Supportive Environment Screening

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

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

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

6:00

2:00 Wed 21

Thu 29

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 I Just Didn't Do It 15 p8

8:15 8:30 7:30

7:00

1:00 12:45

6:00 Fri 23

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:15 5:00

8:15 7:45

2:00

2:30 2:45 10:30 1:30

Sat 24

8:00 6:00

8:30

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45 8:00

5:00

Sun 25

8:00 5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

8:15 8:30 7:30

★ Film TBC - See Website So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

3:45

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 12:00 2:45 The Kid With a Bike 12A 1:45 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 3:45 A Stranger of Mine 15 p8 Land of Freedom 15 p10 2:00 Coriolanus 15 p3 1:15

8:00 5:30 6:15 4:30 5:45

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

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.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning 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! These exclusive screenings are 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 2012 Thu 1

SAT 3, 1.30PM

THE LION KING (3D) (U)

Fri 2

Dir: Roger Allers United States 1994 89m

FROM FRI 24 FEB

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 9

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30

FROM FRI 30

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

MONEYBALL (12A)

HUNKY DORY (15)

BEL AMI (15)

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

IN DARKNESS (15)

THE KID WITH A BIKE (12A)

INTO THE ABYSS (12A)

Dir: Bennett Miller United States 2011 133m

Dir: Marc Evans United Kingdom 2012 109m

Directors: Declan Donnellan & Nick Ormerod

Dir: Cameron Crowe United States 2011 123m

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012 123m

Starring: Brad Pitt, Robin Wright

Starring: Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard

United Kingdom 2012 102m

Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Matt Damon

Dir: Agnieszka Holland Poland 2011 143m

Dir: Luc Dardenne & Jean-Pierre Dardenne

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Bennett Miller’s follow-up to Capote is the story of the Oakland Athletics’ manager’s attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer generated analysis to select his players. Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman co-star in this clever and compelling film.

Anyone addicted to Glee will love Hunky Dory, an engaging British twist on the heartache and heartbreak of putting on a show. In the sweltering summer of 1976, drama teacher Vivienne tries to inspire her pupils to give their all to a musical production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which “both Shakespeare and David Bowie could be proud of”. But she faces an uphill battle with cynical colleagues, concerned parents and easily distracted teenagers… A bittersweet charmer with a soundtrack courtesy of Bowie, Nick Drake and ELO.

Starring: Uma Thurman, Robert Pattinson,

Starring: Robert Wieckiewicz, Benno Furmann

Belgium 2011 87m

Directors: Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt United Kingdom 2012

Echoes of de Sica float through the brothers Dardenne’s latest, a deceptively simple and profoundly moving tale of an abandoned boy, the woman who decides to help out by taking care of him and the temptations of the modern world that threaten to ruin the boy’s future. Cécile de France’s Samantha “brings a light to the story,” when she reclaims the child’s soul as they drive and bicycle to and fro.

Starring: Hugh Grant, Brendan Gleeson

United Kingdom 2012 100m Starring: Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan

Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow Film Festival

The latest film from Agnieszka Holland, (Europa, Europa, and TV’s The Wire), one of Poland’s most prolific directors, In Darkness tells the incredible true story of Leopald Socha, a sewer worker and petty thief in Nazi-occupied Poland, whom after stumbling upon a group of Jews in the sewers, agreed to hide them for a price. What starts out as a straightforward business arrangement becomes something unexpected and extraordinary. In Darkness has been chosen as Poland’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar® 2012.

Starring: Cecile De France, Thomas Doret

Robert Pattinson gives his best screen performance to date as notorious scoundrel Georges Duroy in this handsome adaptation of the classic Guy de Maupassant novel. In the Paris of the 1890s, Georges is a penniless, dissolute ex-soldier. Unexpectedly thrust into high society, he quickly discovers that the real power lies not with the men but with their wives and mistresses, women who are all ripe for the picking as this callous seducer and social-climber relentlessly pursues wealth and status.

Director Cameron Crowe returns with a heart-warming family drama inspired by Benjamin Mee’s memoir. Matt Damon gives a winning performance as widowed journalist Benjamin. Seeking a means to bind his family together and move on, he buys an eighteen-acre estate in Southern California that has been home to a collection of wild animals. He assumes it will only take a few renovations before he can re-open it as a zoo but in fact things aren’t so simple. If you love the books of Gerald Durrell or are addicted to wildlife documentaries, this is a delight.

SHAME (18)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Dir: Steve McQueen

CONTINUE INTO MARCH SEE FEB BROCHURE OR WEBSITE.

A searing examination of sexual compulsion, the film features extraordinary performances from Michael Fassbender who plays Brandon, a seemingly normal New Yorker trapped by his erotic compulsions and Carey Mulligan who plays his needy, neurotic sister.

FROM FRI 9

THE LADY (12A) Starring: Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Luc Besson takes on the inspiring true story of Burmese pro-democracy activist, leader and political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi and the tenacious long-distance bond she maintained with her British husband, Michael Aris while under house arrest for over a decade.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH (15)

2012 113m

Dir: Pawel Pawlikowski France 2011 83m

Starring: Freida Pinto, Riz Ahmed

Starring: Ethan Hawke, Kristin Scott Thomas

Michael Winterbottom’s bold reimagining of ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ successfully translates Thomas Hardy’s Victorian classic to the heat and dust of modern India. The issues of class privilege, inequality and masculine arrogance still resonate in a film that journeys from hope to heartache as romance turns to unbearable shame. Stunningly shot on location with a beguiling soundtrack by Shigeru Umebayashi, this is one of Winterbottom’s finest achievements.

In this thriller based on Douglas Kennedy’s novel, Hawke plays American writer Tom Ricks, who comes to Paris desperate to put his life together again and win back his estranged wife and daughter. When things don’t go according to plan, he ends up in a shady hotel in the suburbs, having to work as a night guard to make ends meet. Then Margit (played by Thomas), a beautiful, mysterious stranger walks into his life and things start looking up. Their passionate and intense relationship triggers a string of inexplicable events…

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH

THE LADY

SHAME

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

TRISHNA (15)

Glasgow Film Festival

RED DOG

MARCH 2012

21 ★

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30 “In a world where everyone seems so lost, The Kid With a Bike will help you find your humanity again.” Eyeforfilm.co.uk

The Lion King stands tall within Disney’s pantheon of classic family films and the 3D is used to great effect. Family Matinee Prices apply - no 3D surcharge! Sat 3

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

SAT 10, 1PM

See page 1 for details.

BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (12A)

TUE 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Sylvain Chomet France 2003 81m

THU 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

RED DOG (PG) See Februrary brochure or website for details.

A wonderfully original animation set in 1960s France, it’s the story of a boy called Champion and his grandmother, Madame Souza, who encourages him to take part in the Tour de France, where he is kidnapped by gangsters... SCREENING AS PART OF SEE PAGE 9

BIKE!

TINY FURNITURE (CERT TBC)

SAT 17, 1.45PM

Dir: Lena Dunham United States 2010

THE CAMERAMAN (U)

Starring: Laurie Simmons, Lena Dunham

A coming-of-age comedy, Tiny Furniture won Best Feature Film at the 2010 South by Southwest festival. 22-year-old Aura returns home to her artist mother’s Manhattan loft with a useless film theory degree, 357 hits on her Youtube page, a boyfriend who’s left her to find himself at Burning Man, a dying hamster, and her tail between her legs. Luckily, her trainwreck childhood best friend never left home, the restaurant down the block is hiring, and ill-advised romantic possibilities lurk around every corner.

Dir: Luc Besson France 2011 132m

BEL AMI MONEYBALL THE LADY WE BOUGHT A ZOO THE KID WITH A BIKE THE PIRATES!

FROM FRI 9

From Aardman Animations comes this swashbuckling adventure about a Pirate Captain whose lifelong dream is to beat his bitter rivals to the coveted Pirate of the Year Award. But with only his rag tag crew to help him, the Pirate Captain’s hopes look less than likely…

SUN 11, 5.30PM

THE KID WITH A BIKE PREVIEW SCREENING AS PART OF

Dir: Edward Sedgewick United States 1928 69m

THU 15, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS FOR MARCH

THE LADY (12A) See page 1 for details.

SUN 4, 12.15PM THE HELP (12A)

Starring: Buster Keaton, Marceline Day

Buster is an aspiring, but lousy, newsreel cameraman who keeps missing the great shot. Vintage Keaton, with added piano soundtrack.

SUN 11, 1PM THE LADY (12A)

THU 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 24, 2PM

SUN 18, 1PM A SEPARATION (PG)

BEL AMI (15)

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN - THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN (3D) (PG)

See page 2 for details. SUN 25, 1.15PM CORIOLANUS (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A) Sun 4

TUE 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 5

Tue 6

Wed 7

Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 2011 106m Starring: Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell

BIKE!

Tintin and surly Captain Haddock race to recover a powerful artifact lost at sea centuries ago.

SEE PAGE 9 “The Kid With a Bike is near perfect.” Nick James, Sight & Sound.

THU 29, 10.30AM & 1.30PM TINY FURNITURE

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, RED DOG + OTHER FILMS

Werner Herzog’s latest is another idiosyncratic trip into the dark; the larkiest death-row documentary you’ll (probably) ever see. Herzog goes back to a triple homicide in rural Texas 10 years ago, then interviews the friends and family of the victims, as well as the perpetrators: one 10 years into a 40year sentence, the other with eight days to go before his scheduled execution. Herzog keeps things surreal, dodges the obvious, coaxes out strange tales and shaggy-dog logic. For something with such a morbid draw, Into the Abyss leaves you startled by life. The Guardian

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG) THE LADY

FROM FRI 2

Christina Ricci

TRISHNA

Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury. Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp. TIME OUT

Dir: Werner Herzog United States 2011 107m

THU 1, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 2 for details.

Thu 8

SAT 17, 12-1PM FREE EVENT

CRAFT CLUB CINEMA KNIT-ALONG See our website.

SAT 31, 12.45PM

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

05

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Red Dog PG See web Martha Marcy... 15 See web NT LIVE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10 Film Title TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Fri 9 10:30 1:30 3:30

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 Moulin Rouge! 12A p10 The Help 12A p3 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Greatest Movie Ever Sold 12A p9 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM

5:30 5:45 6:00

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

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lion King (3D) U p4 NT ENCORE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10

06

2:45 2:30 3:30 3:15

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

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

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

8:15

Sat 10

8:00 7:45 8:30

8:15 8:00 Sun 11 7:45 8:30

1:30 1:00

12:00 2:45 12:30

5:30 5:15

3:30 3:15 2:00

5:45 6:00

2:45

5:30 5:15

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

Mon 12

12:15

3:30

10:30 1:30 3:00

5:45 6:00

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

5:30

8:15

5:45 6:00

8:30 7:45 8:30

6:00

2:45

5:30

3:30

5:15 5:45 6:00

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

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

Tue 13

Wed 14

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

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

Thu 15

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 The First Born + Live Musical Accompaniment 15 p9

3:45

Bel Ami 15 p2 1:15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 12:00 The Lady 12A p1 Belleville Rendez-vous 12A p4 1:00 Bicycle Dreams 15 + Q&A p9

3:45

6:00

8:30

2:45 2:30 2:15

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Galaxy Quest PG p10 Remembering Raleigh U p9 The Kid with a Bike Preview 12A

2:45

5:30 5:15

8:30

Fri 16

8:15 7:45 8:15 Sat 17

2:00 6:15

Sun 18

8:00 5:00 3:45

6:00

12:45 2:30 12:00 1:00

5:15

7:30 7:45 7:00

4:15 2:00 3:30 Tue 20 5:30 3:00

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Margin Call 15 p9 Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

3:00

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

3:00

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

2:45 3:45 1:30 2:30

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 The Cameraman U p4 The Guard 15 p9

2:45 3:45 1:30 3:15

5:30 6:00 4:30

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 Made in Dagenham 15 p10 A Separation PG p3

1:15

Mon 26

Tue 27

1:45 5:45 12:00 2:45 3:45 2:30

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

5:30 6:00 4:30

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

Wed 28

2:00 1:00

8:30 Mon 19

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Media Arts Presents: Alexander Stevenson

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

6:00

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45 8:00

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 La Grande Illusion U + Satellite Q&A

1:45

2:30

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 2:30 French Food Night Cafebar from 6pm Cine-Bar: OSS 117 Lost in Rio cafebar 8.45pm

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

2:45

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

6:15 6:00

8:30

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45 8:45

Thu 22

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

1:45 10:30 1:30 2:30

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

2:00

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 All Around Us 15 p8

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

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

8:15 8:30 7:30

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 1:45 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 The Adventures of Tintin PG p4 2:00 Bad Company 15 p8 A Man's Story + Q&A 15 p10

1:15 4:00

1:30

4:00

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dear Doctor 15 p8 Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30pm

4:00

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dark Harbour 15 p8

1:45 4:00

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 2:30 NT LIVE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10

5:30 6:15 4:30

Fri 30

The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 DJs and VJs Cafebar from 8pm

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

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

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

Sat 31

The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 NT ENCORE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10 The Pirates! Supportive Environment Screening

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

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

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

6:00

2:00 Wed 21

Thu 29

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 I Just Didn't Do It 15 p8

8:15 8:30 7:30

7:00

1:00 12:45

6:00 Fri 23

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:15 5:00

8:15 7:45

2:00

2:30 2:45 10:30 1:30

Sat 24

8:00 6:00

8:30

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45 8:00

5:00

Sun 25

8:00 5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

8:15 8:30 7:30

★ Film TBC - See Website So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

3:45

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 12:00 2:45 The Kid With a Bike 12A 1:45 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 3:45 A Stranger of Mine 15 p8 Land of Freedom 15 p10 2:00 Coriolanus 15 p3 1:15

8:00 5:30 6:15 4:30 5:45

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

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.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning 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! These exclusive screenings are 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 2012 Thu 1

SAT 3, 1.30PM

THE LION KING (3D) (U)

Fri 2

Dir: Roger Allers United States 1994 89m

FROM FRI 24 FEB

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 9

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30

FROM FRI 30

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

MONEYBALL (12A)

HUNKY DORY (15)

BEL AMI (15)

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

IN DARKNESS (15)

THE KID WITH A BIKE (12A)

INTO THE ABYSS (12A)

Dir: Bennett Miller United States 2011 133m

Dir: Marc Evans United Kingdom 2012 109m

Directors: Declan Donnellan & Nick Ormerod

Dir: Cameron Crowe United States 2011 123m

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012 123m

Starring: Brad Pitt, Robin Wright

Starring: Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard

United Kingdom 2012 102m

Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Matt Damon

Dir: Agnieszka Holland Poland 2011 143m

Dir: Luc Dardenne & Jean-Pierre Dardenne

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Bennett Miller’s follow-up to Capote is the story of the Oakland Athletics’ manager’s attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer generated analysis to select his players. Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman co-star in this clever and compelling film.

Anyone addicted to Glee will love Hunky Dory, an engaging British twist on the heartache and heartbreak of putting on a show. In the sweltering summer of 1976, drama teacher Vivienne tries to inspire her pupils to give their all to a musical production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which “both Shakespeare and David Bowie could be proud of”. But she faces an uphill battle with cynical colleagues, concerned parents and easily distracted teenagers… A bittersweet charmer with a soundtrack courtesy of Bowie, Nick Drake and ELO.

Starring: Uma Thurman, Robert Pattinson,

Starring: Robert Wieckiewicz, Benno Furmann

Belgium 2011 87m

Directors: Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt United Kingdom 2012

Echoes of de Sica float through the brothers Dardenne’s latest, a deceptively simple and profoundly moving tale of an abandoned boy, the woman who decides to help out by taking care of him and the temptations of the modern world that threaten to ruin the boy’s future. Cécile de France’s Samantha “brings a light to the story,” when she reclaims the child’s soul as they drive and bicycle to and fro.

Starring: Hugh Grant, Brendan Gleeson

United Kingdom 2012 100m Starring: Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan

Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow Film Festival

The latest film from Agnieszka Holland, (Europa, Europa, and TV’s The Wire), one of Poland’s most prolific directors, In Darkness tells the incredible true story of Leopald Socha, a sewer worker and petty thief in Nazi-occupied Poland, whom after stumbling upon a group of Jews in the sewers, agreed to hide them for a price. What starts out as a straightforward business arrangement becomes something unexpected and extraordinary. In Darkness has been chosen as Poland’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar® 2012.

Starring: Cecile De France, Thomas Doret

Robert Pattinson gives his best screen performance to date as notorious scoundrel Georges Duroy in this handsome adaptation of the classic Guy de Maupassant novel. In the Paris of the 1890s, Georges is a penniless, dissolute ex-soldier. Unexpectedly thrust into high society, he quickly discovers that the real power lies not with the men but with their wives and mistresses, women who are all ripe for the picking as this callous seducer and social-climber relentlessly pursues wealth and status.

Director Cameron Crowe returns with a heart-warming family drama inspired by Benjamin Mee’s memoir. Matt Damon gives a winning performance as widowed journalist Benjamin. Seeking a means to bind his family together and move on, he buys an eighteen-acre estate in Southern California that has been home to a collection of wild animals. He assumes it will only take a few renovations before he can re-open it as a zoo but in fact things aren’t so simple. If you love the books of Gerald Durrell or are addicted to wildlife documentaries, this is a delight.

SHAME (18)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Dir: Steve McQueen

CONTINUE INTO MARCH SEE FEB BROCHURE OR WEBSITE.

A searing examination of sexual compulsion, the film features extraordinary performances from Michael Fassbender who plays Brandon, a seemingly normal New Yorker trapped by his erotic compulsions and Carey Mulligan who plays his needy, neurotic sister.

FROM FRI 9

THE LADY (12A) Starring: Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Luc Besson takes on the inspiring true story of Burmese pro-democracy activist, leader and political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi and the tenacious long-distance bond she maintained with her British husband, Michael Aris while under house arrest for over a decade.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH (15)

2012 113m

Dir: Pawel Pawlikowski France 2011 83m

Starring: Freida Pinto, Riz Ahmed

Starring: Ethan Hawke, Kristin Scott Thomas

Michael Winterbottom’s bold reimagining of ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ successfully translates Thomas Hardy’s Victorian classic to the heat and dust of modern India. The issues of class privilege, inequality and masculine arrogance still resonate in a film that journeys from hope to heartache as romance turns to unbearable shame. Stunningly shot on location with a beguiling soundtrack by Shigeru Umebayashi, this is one of Winterbottom’s finest achievements.

In this thriller based on Douglas Kennedy’s novel, Hawke plays American writer Tom Ricks, who comes to Paris desperate to put his life together again and win back his estranged wife and daughter. When things don’t go according to plan, he ends up in a shady hotel in the suburbs, having to work as a night guard to make ends meet. Then Margit (played by Thomas), a beautiful, mysterious stranger walks into his life and things start looking up. Their passionate and intense relationship triggers a string of inexplicable events…

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH

THE LADY

SHAME

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

TRISHNA (15)

Glasgow Film Festival

RED DOG

MARCH 2012

21 ★

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30 “In a world where everyone seems so lost, The Kid With a Bike will help you find your humanity again.” Eyeforfilm.co.uk

The Lion King stands tall within Disney’s pantheon of classic family films and the 3D is used to great effect. Family Matinee Prices apply - no 3D surcharge! Sat 3

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

SAT 10, 1PM

See page 1 for details.

BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (12A)

TUE 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Sylvain Chomet France 2003 81m

THU 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

RED DOG (PG) See Februrary brochure or website for details.

A wonderfully original animation set in 1960s France, it’s the story of a boy called Champion and his grandmother, Madame Souza, who encourages him to take part in the Tour de France, where he is kidnapped by gangsters... SCREENING AS PART OF SEE PAGE 9

BIKE!

TINY FURNITURE (CERT TBC)

SAT 17, 1.45PM

Dir: Lena Dunham United States 2010

THE CAMERAMAN (U)

Starring: Laurie Simmons, Lena Dunham

A coming-of-age comedy, Tiny Furniture won Best Feature Film at the 2010 South by Southwest festival. 22-year-old Aura returns home to her artist mother’s Manhattan loft with a useless film theory degree, 357 hits on her Youtube page, a boyfriend who’s left her to find himself at Burning Man, a dying hamster, and her tail between her legs. Luckily, her trainwreck childhood best friend never left home, the restaurant down the block is hiring, and ill-advised romantic possibilities lurk around every corner.

Dir: Luc Besson France 2011 132m

BEL AMI MONEYBALL THE LADY WE BOUGHT A ZOO THE KID WITH A BIKE THE PIRATES!

FROM FRI 9

From Aardman Animations comes this swashbuckling adventure about a Pirate Captain whose lifelong dream is to beat his bitter rivals to the coveted Pirate of the Year Award. But with only his rag tag crew to help him, the Pirate Captain’s hopes look less than likely…

SUN 11, 5.30PM

THE KID WITH A BIKE PREVIEW SCREENING AS PART OF

Dir: Edward Sedgewick United States 1928 69m

THU 15, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS FOR MARCH

THE LADY (12A) See page 1 for details.

SUN 4, 12.15PM THE HELP (12A)

Starring: Buster Keaton, Marceline Day

Buster is an aspiring, but lousy, newsreel cameraman who keeps missing the great shot. Vintage Keaton, with added piano soundtrack.

SUN 11, 1PM THE LADY (12A)

THU 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 24, 2PM

SUN 18, 1PM A SEPARATION (PG)

BEL AMI (15)

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN - THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN (3D) (PG)

See page 2 for details. SUN 25, 1.15PM CORIOLANUS (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A) Sun 4

TUE 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 5

Tue 6

Wed 7

Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 2011 106m Starring: Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell

BIKE!

Tintin and surly Captain Haddock race to recover a powerful artifact lost at sea centuries ago.

SEE PAGE 9 “The Kid With a Bike is near perfect.” Nick James, Sight & Sound.

THU 29, 10.30AM & 1.30PM TINY FURNITURE

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, RED DOG + OTHER FILMS

Werner Herzog’s latest is another idiosyncratic trip into the dark; the larkiest death-row documentary you’ll (probably) ever see. Herzog goes back to a triple homicide in rural Texas 10 years ago, then interviews the friends and family of the victims, as well as the perpetrators: one 10 years into a 40year sentence, the other with eight days to go before his scheduled execution. Herzog keeps things surreal, dodges the obvious, coaxes out strange tales and shaggy-dog logic. For something with such a morbid draw, Into the Abyss leaves you startled by life. The Guardian

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG) THE LADY

FROM FRI 2

Christina Ricci

TRISHNA

Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury. Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp. TIME OUT

Dir: Werner Herzog United States 2011 107m

THU 1, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 2 for details.

Thu 8

SAT 17, 12-1PM FREE EVENT

CRAFT CLUB CINEMA KNIT-ALONG See our website.

SAT 31, 12.45PM

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

05

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Red Dog PG See web Martha Marcy... 15 See web NT LIVE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10 Film Title TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Fri 9 10:30 1:30 3:30

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 Moulin Rouge! 12A p10 The Help 12A p3 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Greatest Movie Ever Sold 12A p9 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM

5:30 5:45 6:00

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

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lion King (3D) U p4 NT ENCORE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10

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2:45 2:30 3:30 3:15

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

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8:00 7:45 8:30

8:15 8:00 Sun 11 7:45 8:30

1:30 1:00

12:00 2:45 12:30

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12:15

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Tue 13

Wed 14

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

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

Thu 15

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 The First Born + Live Musical Accompaniment 15 p9

3:45

Bel Ami 15 p2 1:15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 12:00 The Lady 12A p1 Belleville Rendez-vous 12A p4 1:00 Bicycle Dreams 15 + Q&A p9

3:45

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2:45 2:30 2:15

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Galaxy Quest PG p10 Remembering Raleigh U p9 The Kid with a Bike Preview 12A

2:45

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Fri 16

8:15 7:45 8:15 Sat 17

2:00 6:15

Sun 18

8:00 5:00 3:45

6:00

12:45 2:30 12:00 1:00

5:15

7:30 7:45 7:00

4:15 2:00 3:30 Tue 20 5:30 3:00

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Margin Call 15 p9 Indian Food Night Cafebar from 6pm

3:00

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

3:00

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

2:45 3:45 1:30 2:30

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 The Cameraman U p4 The Guard 15 p9

2:45 3:45 1:30 3:15

5:30 6:00 4:30

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 Made in Dagenham 15 p10 A Separation PG p3

1:15

Mon 26

Tue 27

1:45 5:45 12:00 2:45 3:45 2:30

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

5:30 6:00 4:30

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

Wed 28

2:00 1:00

8:30 Mon 19

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Media Arts Presents: Alexander Stevenson

Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

6:00

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:15

8:15 7:45 8:00

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 La Grande Illusion U + Satellite Q&A

1:45

2:30

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2 2:30 French Food Night Cafebar from 6pm Cine-Bar: OSS 117 Lost in Rio cafebar 8.45pm

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

2:45

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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Thu 22

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 Bel Ami 15 p2 In Darkness 15 p2 Trishna 15 p2

1:45 10:30 1:30 2:30

5:30 6:00 4:30 5:15

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

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 All Around Us 15 p8

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

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

8:15 8:30 7:30

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 1:45 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 The Adventures of Tintin PG p4 2:00 Bad Company 15 p8 A Man's Story + Q&A 15 p10

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5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dear Doctor 15 p8 Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30pm

4:00

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 Dark Harbour 15 p8

1:45 4:00

5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 2:30 NT LIVE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10

5:30 6:15 4:30

Fri 30

The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 DJs and VJs Cafebar from 8pm

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

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

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

Sat 31

The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 NT ENCORE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10 The Pirates! Supportive Environment Screening

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

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

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2:00 Wed 21

Thu 29

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 I Just Didn't Do It 15 p8

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Sun 25

8:00 5:30 6:15 4:30 6:00

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★ Film TBC - See Website So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

3:45

We Bought a Zoo PG p2 12:00 2:45 The Kid With a Bike 12A 1:45 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 3:45 A Stranger of Mine 15 p8 Land of Freedom 15 p10 2:00 Coriolanus 15 p3 1:15

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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.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2012

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning 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! These exclusive screenings are 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 2012 Thu 1

SAT 3, 1.30PM

THE LION KING (3D) (U)

Fri 2

Dir: Roger Allers United States 1994 89m

FROM FRI 24 FEB

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 2

FROM FRI 9

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 16

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30

FROM FRI 30

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

MONEYBALL (12A)

HUNKY DORY (15)

BEL AMI (15)

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

IN DARKNESS (15)

THE KID WITH A BIKE (12A)

INTO THE ABYSS (12A)

Dir: Bennett Miller United States 2011 133m

Dir: Marc Evans United Kingdom 2012 109m

Directors: Declan Donnellan & Nick Ormerod

Dir: Cameron Crowe United States 2011 123m

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012 123m

Starring: Brad Pitt, Robin Wright

Starring: Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard

United Kingdom 2012 102m

Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Matt Damon

Dir: Agnieszka Holland Poland 2011 143m

Dir: Luc Dardenne & Jean-Pierre Dardenne

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Bennett Miller’s follow-up to Capote is the story of the Oakland Athletics’ manager’s attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer generated analysis to select his players. Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman co-star in this clever and compelling film.

Anyone addicted to Glee will love Hunky Dory, an engaging British twist on the heartache and heartbreak of putting on a show. In the sweltering summer of 1976, drama teacher Vivienne tries to inspire her pupils to give their all to a musical production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which “both Shakespeare and David Bowie could be proud of”. But she faces an uphill battle with cynical colleagues, concerned parents and easily distracted teenagers… A bittersweet charmer with a soundtrack courtesy of Bowie, Nick Drake and ELO.

Starring: Uma Thurman, Robert Pattinson,

Starring: Robert Wieckiewicz, Benno Furmann

Belgium 2011 87m

Directors: Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt United Kingdom 2012

Echoes of de Sica float through the brothers Dardenne’s latest, a deceptively simple and profoundly moving tale of an abandoned boy, the woman who decides to help out by taking care of him and the temptations of the modern world that threaten to ruin the boy’s future. Cécile de France’s Samantha “brings a light to the story,” when she reclaims the child’s soul as they drive and bicycle to and fro.

Starring: Hugh Grant, Brendan Gleeson

United Kingdom 2012 100m Starring: Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan

Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow Film Festival

The latest film from Agnieszka Holland, (Europa, Europa, and TV’s The Wire), one of Poland’s most prolific directors, In Darkness tells the incredible true story of Leopald Socha, a sewer worker and petty thief in Nazi-occupied Poland, whom after stumbling upon a group of Jews in the sewers, agreed to hide them for a price. What starts out as a straightforward business arrangement becomes something unexpected and extraordinary. In Darkness has been chosen as Poland’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar® 2012.

Starring: Cecile De France, Thomas Doret

Robert Pattinson gives his best screen performance to date as notorious scoundrel Georges Duroy in this handsome adaptation of the classic Guy de Maupassant novel. In the Paris of the 1890s, Georges is a penniless, dissolute ex-soldier. Unexpectedly thrust into high society, he quickly discovers that the real power lies not with the men but with their wives and mistresses, women who are all ripe for the picking as this callous seducer and social-climber relentlessly pursues wealth and status.

Director Cameron Crowe returns with a heart-warming family drama inspired by Benjamin Mee’s memoir. Matt Damon gives a winning performance as widowed journalist Benjamin. Seeking a means to bind his family together and move on, he buys an eighteen-acre estate in Southern California that has been home to a collection of wild animals. He assumes it will only take a few renovations before he can re-open it as a zoo but in fact things aren’t so simple. If you love the books of Gerald Durrell or are addicted to wildlife documentaries, this is a delight.

SHAME (18)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Dir: Steve McQueen

CONTINUE INTO MARCH SEE FEB BROCHURE OR WEBSITE.

FROM FRI 9

A searing examination of sexual compulsion, the film features extraordinary performances from Michael Fassbender who plays Brandon, a seemingly normal New Yorker trapped by his erotic compulsions and Carey Mulligan who plays his needy, neurotic sister.

THE LADY (12A) Starring: Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Luc Besson takes on the inspiring true story of Burmese pro-democracy activist, leader and political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi and the tenacious long-distance bond she maintained with her British husband, Michael Aris while under house arrest for over a decade.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

Dir: Michael Winterbottom United Kingdom

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH (15)

2012 113m

Dir: Pawel Pawlikowski France 2011 83m

Starring: Freida Pinto, Riz Ahmed

Starring: Ethan Hawke, Kristin Scott Thomas

Michael Winterbottom’s bold reimagining of ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ successfully translates Thomas Hardy’s Victorian classic to the heat and dust of modern India. The issues of class privilege, inequality and masculine arrogance still resonate in a film that journeys from hope to heartache as romance turns to unbearable shame. Stunningly shot on location with a beguiling soundtrack by Shigeru Umebayashi, this is one of Winterbottom’s finest achievements.

In this thriller based on Douglas Kennedy’s novel, Hawke plays American writer Tom Ricks, who comes to Paris desperate to put his life together again and win back his estranged wife and daughter. When things don’t go according to plan, he ends up in a shady hotel in the suburbs, having to work as a night guard to make ends meet. Then Margit (played by Thomas), a beautiful, mysterious stranger walks into his life and things start looking up. Their passionate and intense relationship triggers a string of inexplicable events…

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH

THE LADY

SHAME

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

TRISHNA (15)

Glasgow Film Festival

RED DOG

MARCH 2012

21 ★

FROM FRI 23

FROM FRI 30 “In a world where everyone seems so lost, The Kid With a Bike will help you find your humanity again.” Eyeforfilm.co.uk

The Lion King stands tall within Disney’s pantheon of classic family films and the 3D is used to great effect. Family Matinee Prices apply - no 3D surcharge! Sat 3

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A)

SAT 10, 1PM

See page 1 for details.

BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (12A)

TUE 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Dir: Sylvain Chomet France 2003 81m

THU 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

RED DOG (PG) See Februrary brochure or website for details.

A wonderfully original animation set in 1960s France, it’s the story of a boy called Champion and his grandmother, Madame Souza, who encourages him to take part in the Tour de France, where he is kidnapped by gangsters... SCREENING AS PART OF SEE PAGE 9

BIKE!

TINY FURNITURE (CERT TBC)

SAT 17, 1.45PM

Dir: Lena Dunham United States 2010

THE CAMERAMAN (U)

Starring: Laurie Simmons, Lena Dunham

A coming-of-age comedy, Tiny Furniture won Best Feature Film at the 2010 South by Southwest festival. 22-year-old Aura returns home to her artist mother’s Manhattan loft with a useless film theory degree, 357 hits on her Youtube page, a boyfriend who’s left her to find himself at Burning Man, a dying hamster, and her tail between her legs. Luckily, her trainwreck childhood best friend never left home, the restaurant down the block is hiring, and ill-advised romantic possibilities lurk around every corner.

Dir: Luc Besson France 2011 132m

BEL AMI MONEYBALL THE LADY WE BOUGHT A ZOO THE KID WITH A BIKE THE PIRATES!

FROM FRI 9

From Aardman Animations comes this swashbuckling adventure about a Pirate Captain whose lifelong dream is to beat his bitter rivals to the coveted Pirate of the Year Award. But with only his rag tag crew to help him, the Pirate Captain’s hopes look less than likely…

SUN 11, 5.30PM

THE KID WITH A BIKE PREVIEW SCREENING AS PART OF

Dir: Edward Sedgewick United States 1928 69m

THU 15, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS FOR MARCH

THE LADY (12A) See page 1 for details.

SUN 4, 12.15PM THE HELP (12A)

Starring: Buster Keaton, Marceline Day

Buster is an aspiring, but lousy, newsreel cameraman who keeps missing the great shot. Vintage Keaton, with added piano soundtrack.

SUN 11, 1PM THE LADY (12A)

THU 22, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 24, 2PM

SUN 18, 1PM A SEPARATION (PG)

BEL AMI (15)

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN - THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN (3D) (PG)

See page 2 for details. SUN 25, 1.15PM CORIOLANUS (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A) Sun 4

TUE 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG)

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Mon 5

Tue 6

Wed 7

Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 2011 106m Starring: Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell

BIKE!

Tintin and surly Captain Haddock race to recover a powerful artifact lost at sea centuries ago.

SEE PAGE 9 “The Kid With a Bike is near perfect.” Nick James, Sight & Sound.

THU 29, 10.30AM & 1.30PM TINY FURNITURE

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, RED DOG + OTHER FILMS

Werner Herzog’s latest is another idiosyncratic trip into the dark; the larkiest death-row documentary you’ll (probably) ever see. Herzog goes back to a triple homicide in rural Texas 10 years ago, then interviews the friends and family of the victims, as well as the perpetrators: one 10 years into a 40year sentence, the other with eight days to go before his scheduled execution. Herzog keeps things surreal, dodges the obvious, coaxes out strange tales and shaggy-dog logic. For something with such a morbid draw, Into the Abyss leaves you startled by life. The Guardian

WE BOUGHT A ZOO (PG) THE LADY

FROM FRI 2

Christina Ricci

TRISHNA

Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury. Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp. TIME OUT

Dir: Werner Herzog United States 2011 107m

THU 1, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 2 for details.

Thu 8

SAT 17, 12-1PM FREE EVENT

CRAFT CLUB CINEMA KNIT-ALONG See our website.

SAT 31, 12.45PM

THE PIRATES! IN AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS (CERT TBC)

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Red Dog PG See web Martha Marcy... 15 See web NT LIVE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10 Film Title TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Fri 9 10:30 1:30 3:30

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 Moulin Rouge! 12A p10 The Help 12A p3 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Greatest Movie Ever Sold 12A p9 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Moneyball 12A p1 Shame 18 p1 Red Dog PG See web Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lion King (3D) U p4 NT ENCORE: The Comedy of Errors 12A p10

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 The First Born + Live Musical Accompaniment 15 p9

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Bel Ami 15 p2 1:15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 12:00 The Lady 12A p1 Belleville Rendez-vous 12A p4 1:00 Bicycle Dreams 15 + Q&A p9

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1

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Bel Ami 15 p2 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12A p1 Trishna 15 p2 Hunky Dory 15 p1 The Lady 12A p1 Media Arts Presents: Alexander Stevenson

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 1:45 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 The Adventures of Tintin PG p4 2:00 Bad Company 15 p8 A Man's Story + Q&A 15 p10

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 10:30 1:30 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 2:30 NT LIVE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10

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The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 DJs and VJs Cafebar from 8pm

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The Pirates! p3 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 Tiny Furniture p3 Into the Abyss p3 NT ENCORE: She Stoops to Conquer 12A p10 The Pirates! Supportive Environment Screening

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 The Kid With a Bike 12A p3 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 I Just Didn't Do It 15 p8

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★ Film TBC - See Website So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

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We Bought a Zoo PG p2 12:00 2:45 The Kid With a Bike 12A 1:45 4:00 In Darkness 15 p2 The Woman in the Fifth 15 p2 3:45 A Stranger of Mine 15 p8 Land of Freedom 15 p10 2:00 Coriolanus 15 p3 1:15

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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.


ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

TUE 13, FROM 6PM INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the two Indian-set films we’re showing at this time: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Trishna. TUE 20, FROM 6PM FRENCH FOOD NIGHT To complement the Paris-set Bel Ami.

CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE AUTEURS

SUN 25, 5.45PM

TUE 27, 8PM

FRI 9, 6.15PM

FRI 23, 8PM

A STRANGER OF MINE (15)

DEAR DOCTOR (15)

THE FIRST BORN + LIVE MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY STEPHEN HORNE (15)

ALL AROUND US (15) FILM & TV

The journey of a married couple after the death of a child, and how they each begin to come to terms with its reality.

A celebration of bicycles, pedal power and that most iconic of Nottingham companies - Raleigh, presented by The University of Nottingham with Hanby and Barrett. Look out for archive footage in our lounge, vintage cycles and on Sunday - pedal-powered smoothies!

NT LIVE: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (12A) 180m By William Shakespeare

Two sets of twins separated at birth collide in the same city without meeting for one crazy day, as multiple mistaken identities lead to confusion on a grand scale.

MON 19, 6PM

SAT 24, 8PM

LA GRANDE ILLUSION + SATELLITE Q&A (U)

A MAN’S STORY + FILMMAKERS Q&A (15)

THU 29, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 30, 1PM ENCORE

With English Subtitles

Dir: Varon Bonicos United Kingdom 2010 97m

NT LIVE: SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER (12A) 180m

A special preview of a new restoration of La Grande Illusion, the most lyrical attack that the cinema has ever launched against the institution of war. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Mike Newell and critic Geanette Vincendeau who will talk about the film and Renoir's career.

Dir: Jean Renoir France 1937 113m Starring: Jean Gabin, Dita Parlo

Dir: Kenji Uchida

Dir: Miwa Nishikawa

We witness the events of a single night at a restaurant from the point of view of five different characters. An innovative love story that comically depicts the innocence of men and the tenacity of women.

A young medical graduate opts for a job in a remote mountain village, where everything is not as it seems.

Starring: Madeleine Carroll, Miles Mander

Dir: Tomoyuki Furumaya

Dir: Masayuki Suo

Dir: Takatsugu Naito

Teenager Sadamoto is torn between a desire to please his father and a need to rebel against him, as his middle school teacher.

The story of a young man accused of groping a woman on a Tokyo train, and his battle with the Japanese legal system.

When recording a video message for a matchmaking party, solitary fisherman Manzo makes an unusual discovery.

ALL AROUND US

2009 104m

The powerful true story of the Race Across America, a 3000-mile bicycle race that challenges riders to cross the country in just ten days. They must overcome searing desert heat, agonizing mountain climbs and more. Bicycle Dreams has won over 15 major awards, including Best Documentary at the Las Vegas, Yosemite, Solstice, and Grand Rapids film festivals. The film will be introduced by the only British cyclist ever to complete Race Across America, Chris Hopkinson. The European 24 Hour Champion will also take part in a postscreening Q&A session.

TUE 6, 6PM

THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD (12A) A comic and unsettling documentary about product placement from provocateur Morgan Spurlock.

I Just Didn’t Do It ©2007 FUJI TELEVISION / ALTAMIRA PICTURES / TOHO The Dark Harbour © PFF Partners About Her Brother © 2010 "About Her Brother" Film Partners Dear Doctor © 2004 PFF Partner Heart, Beating In The Dark © “Yami Utsu Shinzo” Partners

A nostalgic selection of archive film curated by the Media Archive for Central England puts the spotlight on Nottingham’s famous cycle firm. From the war years when bicycles made way for armaments to the 1970s when the launch of the Chopper ushered in a whole new youth cycle cult. A full programme of archive films guaranteed to appeal to anyone who’s ever pedalled a Raleigh.

TUE 13, 6PM

MARGIN CALL (15) A thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis.

SAT 17, 5.45PM

THE GUARD (15) Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2010 96m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Don Cheadle

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day we’ve brought back this popular Irish crime comedy about a small-town policeman with no interest whatsoever in the international cocaine-smuggling ring that has brought an FBI agent to his door.

★ ALSO SEE... BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (P4) & OUR SPECIAL PREVIEW OF THE KID WITH A BIKE (P3)

MY MOVIE

Alan Seaman Wednesday afternoons 2-4pm 10 weeks commencing 18th April £70/ £50 Members and concs We regularly read that a city is ‘almost like a character’ in certain films, so for our latest ten-week course we’ll be travelling around the world examining how some of the major cities have been depicted and how they have, in turn, influenced the films in which they feature.

6 SUN 4, 2PM

SUN 11, 2PM

SUN 18, 2PM

SUN 25, 2PM

MOULIN ROUGE! (12A)

GALAXY QUEST (PG)

Dir: Baz Luhrmann United States

Dir: Dean Parisot United States

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

LAND AND FREEDOM (15)

2001 128m

1999 102m

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom

Starring: Nicole Kidman,

Starring: Tim Allen,

2010 112m

1995 109m

Ewan McGregor

Sigourney Weaver

Starring: Sally Hawkins,

Starring: Ian Hart

A riotous collision of song, dance, romance, colour and melodrama set in turn-ofthe-century Paris and practically bubbling over with creative fizz!

Aliens, under attack, mistake re-runs of Galaxy Quest, a 1970s sci-fi TV series, for historical documents and beam up the ageing actors in order to save the universe. But now the cast have no script or director to help them...

Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson

In 1968, women machinists at Ford’s Dagenham plant downed tools in protest against sexual discrimination, taking on their corporate paymasters and finally the government itself.

A close-up look at the drama of the Spanish Civil War, and how it played out among the nameless little guys, the fighters in the trenches.

TO ALL THE MONAGHAN FAMILY FROM NIC

IN MEMORY OF MARGARET MCGLADE FROM WOMEN’S AID INTEGRATED SERVICES

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY TO DAVID. HOPE YOU ENJOY THE SHOW!

FROM BERYL AND IAN TO ALL OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS - A COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN FOR WATERAID AFTER THE FILM

FRENCH CREATIVE WRITING / ATELIER D’ÉCRITURE

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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Helen Gascoyne 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing 19th April, 7-8.30pm (discussion days) £60/£40 Members and concs This course is for the Cinephile who would like to dig a bit deeper and talk about the films they see at Broadway with like-minded individuals. The course will consist of bi-weekly films from the Broadway programme and then in-depth discussions and illustrative analysis the week after.

FROM IDEA TO PUBLICATION

“It’s terrific... thrilling young actors and an impressive new director.”

★★★★ The Guardian “Fuelled by youthful energy, their love burns hot, hard and fast… compelling.” The Stage

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Lucille Venn Thursday nights 6.30-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £80/ £60 Members and concs This workshop is for advanced speakers of French (or native speakers) who wish to find new ways to express themselves in “la langue de Molière”.

TALK CINEMA

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

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Alex Davis Wednesday nights commencing 2nd May 8 weeks 6.30-9pm £130/ £100 Members and concs This course gives you all the tools you need to discover your writing talent, explore what makes a great story and the information you need to get your story out there with an agent and a publisher.

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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. 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. PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

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

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

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THE DARK HARBOUR (15)

Dir: Stephen Auerbach United States

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Graham Lester George Monday evenings 6.30-9pm 8 weeks commencing 16th April £130/ £100 Members and concs This popular course will teach you the following important topics: Premise, outline and film treatment: What they are and what they’re for. Story structure: story from beginning to end. Visual writing: making the movie roll in your head and how to develop characters that you and your audience will believe in.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

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I JUST DIDN’T DO IT (15)

REMEMBERING RALEIGH (UC) United Kingdom 90m

The film will be followed by a Q&A with director Varon Bonicos and producers Al Clark and Rachel Robey.

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Paul Scully Thursday evenings 7-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £35/ £25 Members and concs The movies featured in this course are truly unique: special, unusual and the only feature films made by their directors. For various reasons - studio politics, personality clashes and just plain fate - there was no ‘take two’. The films are L’Atalante; Night of the Hunter; One-Eyed Jacks; Charlie Bubbles and Electra Glide in Blue.

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

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BAD COMPANY (15)

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the ICCSR at Nottingham University Business School. All screenings have an introduction and a post-film discussion.

BICYCLE DREAMS + Q&A (15)

NT LIVE Tickets: £12.50 full £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

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Owen Davies Tuesday evenings 6.30-9pm 6 weeks commencing 17th April £130/ £100 Members and concs Working with experienced film maker and Broadway’s head of production Owen Davies, this six week course is aimed at people interested in developing their filmmaking skills. Participants will work through the production process exploring pre-production planning, developing ideas, directing, camera techniques, sound and basic editing.

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SUN 11, 3.30PM

One of the great, generous-hearted and ingenious comedies of the English language.

A Man’s Story profiles Ozwald Boateng. Charismatic, glamorous, hard-working and very humanly flawed, Boateng’s personal and professional triumphs and set-backs are the fascinating heart of this film.

For more information contact Eleanor Thornley: e.thornley@broadway.org.uk or call our box office 0115 952 6611.

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A NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE CO-PRODUCTION WITH HEADLONG THEATRE AND THE NUFFIELD, SOUTHAMPTON, IN ASSOCIATION WITH HULL TRUCK THEATRE

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doing the business MON 26, 8PM

SAT 10, 5PM

Dir: Miles Mander United Kingdom 1928 88m

The sex lives of the upper classes come under scrutiny in this sophisticated melodrama, a tour de force of late silent cinema. Alma Reville (Alfred Hitchcock’s wife) worked with Mander to adapt his own novel and play. This is a new restoration from the BFI National Archive.

SAT 24, 3.45PM

By Oliver Goldsmith

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FILM COURSES

THU 1, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 3, 1PM ENCORE

A WEEKEND OF FILMS

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TUE 27, 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.

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THU 8, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

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MUSIC

For more info see www.broadway.org.uk/music

MARCH 2012

LIVE BY SATELLITE

For more information please go to www.nottingham.ac.uk/raleigh

Tickets £3.50 - includes free drink (selected drinks only).

FRIDAY 30 MARCH - FROM 8PM SUPER MUSIC COLLIDER Nottingham’s hottest new record label takeover the Cafebar with live music, DJs and VJs ‘til late.

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PLUS.. THROUGHOUT MARCH 6 NATIONS RUGBY We are showing all ENGLAND games, and other selected games in our cafebar.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

This year’s Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme looks at narrative creativity by contemporary Japanese directors, in contrast to the recent storm of adaptations, and how they express their voices through cinema. All films have English Subtitles. For more information see www.broadway.org.uk

Dir: Ryosuke Hashiguchi

TUE 20, 8.45PM CINE-BAR: OSS 117 LOST IN RIO (15) Check out an earlier comedy from the team that brought you The Artist. Jean Dujardin plays the suave, sophisticated and utterly clueless French spy Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, France’s answer to James Bond. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed!

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme is produced and organised by The Japan Foundation and supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation

MARCH 2012

BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

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

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TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

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ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

TUE 13, FROM 6PM INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the two Indian-set films we’re showing at this time: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Trishna. TUE 20, FROM 6PM FRENCH FOOD NIGHT To complement the Paris-set Bel Ami.

CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE AUTEURS

SUN 25, 5.45PM

TUE 27, 8PM

FRI 9, 6.15PM

FRI 23, 8PM

A STRANGER OF MINE (15)

DEAR DOCTOR (15)

THE FIRST BORN + LIVE MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY STEPHEN HORNE (15)

ALL AROUND US (15) FILM & TV

The journey of a married couple after the death of a child, and how they each begin to come to terms with its reality.

A celebration of bicycles, pedal power and that most iconic of Nottingham companies - Raleigh, presented by The University of Nottingham with Hanby and Barrett. Look out for archive footage in our lounge, vintage cycles and on Sunday - pedal-powered smoothies!

NT LIVE: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (12A) 180m By William Shakespeare

Two sets of twins separated at birth collide in the same city without meeting for one crazy day, as multiple mistaken identities lead to confusion on a grand scale.

MON 19, 6PM

SAT 24, 8PM

LA GRANDE ILLUSION + SATELLITE Q&A (U)

A MAN’S STORY + FILMMAKERS Q&A (15)

THU 29, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 30, 1PM ENCORE

With English Subtitles

Dir: Varon Bonicos United Kingdom 2010 97m

NT LIVE: SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER (12A) 180m

A special preview of a new restoration of La Grande Illusion, the most lyrical attack that the cinema has ever launched against the institution of war. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Mike Newell and critic Geanette Vincendeau who will talk about the film and Renoir's career.

Dir: Jean Renoir France 1937 113m Starring: Jean Gabin, Dita Parlo

Dir: Kenji Uchida

Dir: Miwa Nishikawa

We witness the events of a single night at a restaurant from the point of view of five different characters. An innovative love story that comically depicts the innocence of men and the tenacity of women.

A young medical graduate opts for a job in a remote mountain village, where everything is not as it seems.

Starring: Madeleine Carroll, Miles Mander

Dir: Tomoyuki Furumaya

Dir: Masayuki Suo

Dir: Takatsugu Naito

Teenager Sadamoto is torn between a desire to please his father and a need to rebel against him, as his middle school teacher.

The story of a young man accused of groping a woman on a Tokyo train, and his battle with the Japanese legal system.

When recording a video message for a matchmaking party, solitary fisherman Manzo makes an unusual discovery.

ALL AROUND US

2009 104m

The powerful true story of the Race Across America, a 3000-mile bicycle race that challenges riders to cross the country in just ten days. They must overcome searing desert heat, agonizing mountain climbs and more. Bicycle Dreams has won over 15 major awards, including Best Documentary at the Las Vegas, Yosemite, Solstice, and Grand Rapids film festivals. The film will be introduced by the only British cyclist ever to complete Race Across America, Chris Hopkinson. The European 24 Hour Champion will also take part in a postscreening Q&A session.

TUE 6, 6PM

THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD (12A) A comic and unsettling documentary about product placement from provocateur Morgan Spurlock.

I Just Didn’t Do It ©2007 FUJI TELEVISION / ALTAMIRA PICTURES / TOHO The Dark Harbour © PFF Partners About Her Brother © 2010 "About Her Brother" Film Partners Dear Doctor © 2004 PFF Partner Heart, Beating In The Dark © “Yami Utsu Shinzo” Partners

A nostalgic selection of archive film curated by the Media Archive for Central England puts the spotlight on Nottingham’s famous cycle firm. From the war years when bicycles made way for armaments to the 1970s when the launch of the Chopper ushered in a whole new youth cycle cult. A full programme of archive films guaranteed to appeal to anyone who’s ever pedalled a Raleigh.

TUE 13, 6PM

MARGIN CALL (15) A thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis.

SAT 17, 5.45PM

THE GUARD (15) Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2010 96m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Don Cheadle

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day we’ve brought back this popular Irish crime comedy about a small-town policeman with no interest whatsoever in the international cocaine-smuggling ring that has brought an FBI agent to his door.

★ ALSO SEE... BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (P4) & OUR SPECIAL PREVIEW OF THE KID WITH A BIKE (P3)

MY MOVIE

Alan Seaman Wednesday afternoons 2-4pm 10 weeks commencing 18th April £70/ £50 Members and concs We regularly read that a city is ‘almost like a character’ in certain films, so for our latest ten-week course we’ll be travelling around the world examining how some of the major cities have been depicted and how they have, in turn, influenced the films in which they feature.

6 SUN 4, 2PM

SUN 11, 2PM

SUN 18, 2PM

SUN 25, 2PM

MOULIN ROUGE! (12A)

GALAXY QUEST (PG)

Dir: Baz Luhrmann United States

Dir: Dean Parisot United States

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

LAND AND FREEDOM (15)

2001 128m

1999 102m

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom

Starring: Nicole Kidman,

Starring: Tim Allen,

2010 112m

1995 109m

Ewan McGregor

Sigourney Weaver

Starring: Sally Hawkins,

Starring: Ian Hart

A riotous collision of song, dance, romance, colour and melodrama set in turn-ofthe-century Paris and practically bubbling over with creative fizz!

Aliens, under attack, mistake re-runs of Galaxy Quest, a 1970s sci-fi TV series, for historical documents and beam up the ageing actors in order to save the universe. But now the cast have no script or director to help them...

Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson

In 1968, women machinists at Ford’s Dagenham plant downed tools in protest against sexual discrimination, taking on their corporate paymasters and finally the government itself.

A close-up look at the drama of the Spanish Civil War, and how it played out among the nameless little guys, the fighters in the trenches.

TO ALL THE MONAGHAN FAMILY FROM NIC

IN MEMORY OF MARGARET MCGLADE FROM WOMEN’S AID INTEGRATED SERVICES

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY TO DAVID. HOPE YOU ENJOY THE SHOW!

FROM BERYL AND IAN TO ALL OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS - A COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN FOR WATERAID AFTER THE FILM

FRENCH CREATIVE WRITING / ATELIER D’ÉCRITURE

7

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Helen Gascoyne 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing 19th April, 7-8.30pm (discussion days) £60/£40 Members and concs This course is for the Cinephile who would like to dig a bit deeper and talk about the films they see at Broadway with like-minded individuals. The course will consist of bi-weekly films from the Broadway programme and then in-depth discussions and illustrative analysis the week after.

FROM IDEA TO PUBLICATION

“It’s terrific... thrilling young actors and an impressive new director.”

★★★★ The Guardian “Fuelled by youthful energy, their love burns hot, hard and fast… compelling.” The Stage

5

Lucille Venn Thursday nights 6.30-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £80/ £60 Members and concs This workshop is for advanced speakers of French (or native speakers) who wish to find new ways to express themselves in “la langue de Molière”.

TALK CINEMA

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

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Alex Davis Wednesday nights commencing 2nd May 8 weeks 6.30-9pm £130/ £100 Members and concs This course gives you all the tools you need to discover your writing talent, explore what makes a great story and the information you need to get your story out there with an agent and a publisher.

0115 941 9419 NOTTINGHAMPLAYHOUSE.CO.UK

by William Shakespeare

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. 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. PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

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

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

#starxlovers BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 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. 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. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

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

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THE DARK HARBOUR (15)

Dir: Stephen Auerbach United States

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Graham Lester George Monday evenings 6.30-9pm 8 weeks commencing 16th April £130/ £100 Members and concs This popular course will teach you the following important topics: Premise, outline and film treatment: What they are and what they’re for. Story structure: story from beginning to end. Visual writing: making the movie roll in your head and how to develop characters that you and your audience will believe in.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

13

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I JUST DIDN’T DO IT (15)

REMEMBERING RALEIGH (UC) United Kingdom 90m

The film will be followed by a Q&A with director Varon Bonicos and producers Al Clark and Rachel Robey.

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Paul Scully Thursday evenings 7-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £35/ £25 Members and concs The movies featured in this course are truly unique: special, unusual and the only feature films made by their directors. For various reasons - studio politics, personality clashes and just plain fate - there was no ‘take two’. The films are L’Atalante; Night of the Hunter; One-Eyed Jacks; Charlie Bubbles and Electra Glide in Blue.

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ON

BAD COMPANY (15)

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the ICCSR at Nottingham University Business School. All screenings have an introduction and a post-film discussion.

BICYCLE DREAMS + Q&A (15)

NT LIVE Tickets: £12.50 full £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

1

TAKE ONE

Owen Davies Tuesday evenings 6.30-9pm 6 weeks commencing 17th April £130/ £100 Members and concs Working with experienced film maker and Broadway’s head of production Owen Davies, this six week course is aimed at people interested in developing their filmmaking skills. Participants will work through the production process exploring pre-production planning, developing ideas, directing, camera techniques, sound and basic editing.

13 - 24 MARCH

ST

WED 28 8PM

SUN 11, 3.30PM

One of the great, generous-hearted and ingenious comedies of the English language.

A Man’s Story profiles Ozwald Boateng. Charismatic, glamorous, hard-working and very humanly flawed, Boateng’s personal and professional triumphs and set-backs are the fascinating heart of this film.

For more information contact Eleanor Thornley: e.thornley@broadway.org.uk or call our box office 0115 952 6611.

4

EXPERIENCE FILM

A NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE CO-PRODUCTION WITH HEADLONG THEATRE AND THE NUFFIELD, SOUTHAMPTON, IN ASSOCIATION WITH HULL TRUCK THEATRE

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

doing the business MON 26, 8PM

SAT 10, 5PM

Dir: Miles Mander United Kingdom 1928 88m

The sex lives of the upper classes come under scrutiny in this sophisticated melodrama, a tour de force of late silent cinema. Alma Reville (Alfred Hitchcock’s wife) worked with Mander to adapt his own novel and play. This is a new restoration from the BFI National Archive.

SAT 24, 3.45PM

By Oliver Goldsmith

2

FILM COURSES

THU 1, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 3, 1PM ENCORE

A WEEKEND OF FILMS

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TUE 27, 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.

BIKE!

MARCH 2012

SE OU SH AS GL

QUIZZES

THU 8, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

10

ST CLUMBER

MUSIC

For more info see www.broadway.org.uk/music

MARCH 2012

LIVE BY SATELLITE

For more information please go to www.nottingham.ac.uk/raleigh

Tickets £3.50 - includes free drink (selected drinks only).

FRIDAY 30 MARCH - FROM 8PM SUPER MUSIC COLLIDER Nottingham’s hottest new record label takeover the Cafebar with live music, DJs and VJs ‘til late.

09

ST ON MILT

PLUS.. THROUGHOUT MARCH 6 NATIONS RUGBY We are showing all ENGLAND games, and other selected games in our cafebar.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

This year’s Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme looks at narrative creativity by contemporary Japanese directors, in contrast to the recent storm of adaptations, and how they express their voices through cinema. All films have English Subtitles. For more information see www.broadway.org.uk

Dir: Ryosuke Hashiguchi

TUE 20, 8.45PM CINE-BAR: OSS 117 LOST IN RIO (15) Check out an earlier comedy from the team that brought you The Artist. Jean Dujardin plays the suave, sophisticated and utterly clueless French spy Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, France’s answer to James Bond. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed!

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme is produced and organised by The Japan Foundation and supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation

MARCH 2012

BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2012

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ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

TUE 13, FROM 6PM INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the two Indian-set films we’re showing at this time: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Trishna. TUE 20, FROM 6PM FRENCH FOOD NIGHT To complement the Paris-set Bel Ami.

CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE AUTEURS

SUN 25, 5.45PM

TUE 27, 8PM

FRI 9, 6.15PM

FRI 23, 8PM

A STRANGER OF MINE (15)

DEAR DOCTOR (15)

THE FIRST BORN + LIVE MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY STEPHEN HORNE (15)

ALL AROUND US (15) FILM & TV

The journey of a married couple after the death of a child, and how they each begin to come to terms with its reality.

A celebration of bicycles, pedal power and that most iconic of Nottingham companies - Raleigh, presented by The University of Nottingham with Hanby and Barrett. Look out for archive footage in our lounge, vintage cycles and on Sunday - pedal-powered smoothies!

NT LIVE: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (12A) 180m By William Shakespeare

Two sets of twins separated at birth collide in the same city without meeting for one crazy day, as multiple mistaken identities lead to confusion on a grand scale.

MON 19, 6PM

SAT 24, 8PM

LA GRANDE ILLUSION + SATELLITE Q&A (U)

A MAN’S STORY + FILMMAKERS Q&A (15)

THU 29, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 30, 1PM ENCORE

With English Subtitles

Dir: Varon Bonicos United Kingdom 2010 97m

NT LIVE: SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER (12A) 180m

A special preview of a new restoration of La Grande Illusion, the most lyrical attack that the cinema has ever launched against the institution of war. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Mike Newell and critic Geanette Vincendeau who will talk about the film and Renoir's career.

Dir: Jean Renoir France 1937 113m Starring: Jean Gabin, Dita Parlo

Dir: Kenji Uchida

Dir: Miwa Nishikawa

We witness the events of a single night at a restaurant from the point of view of five different characters. An innovative love story that comically depicts the innocence of men and the tenacity of women.

A young medical graduate opts for a job in a remote mountain village, where everything is not as it seems.

Starring: Madeleine Carroll, Miles Mander

Dir: Tomoyuki Furumaya

Dir: Masayuki Suo

Dir: Takatsugu Naito

Teenager Sadamoto is torn between a desire to please his father and a need to rebel against him, as his middle school teacher.

The story of a young man accused of groping a woman on a Tokyo train, and his battle with the Japanese legal system.

When recording a video message for a matchmaking party, solitary fisherman Manzo makes an unusual discovery.

ALL AROUND US

2009 104m

The powerful true story of the Race Across America, a 3000-mile bicycle race that challenges riders to cross the country in just ten days. They must overcome searing desert heat, agonizing mountain climbs and more. Bicycle Dreams has won over 15 major awards, including Best Documentary at the Las Vegas, Yosemite, Solstice, and Grand Rapids film festivals. The film will be introduced by the only British cyclist ever to complete Race Across America, Chris Hopkinson. The European 24 Hour Champion will also take part in a postscreening Q&A session.

TUE 6, 6PM

THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD (12A) A comic and unsettling documentary about product placement from provocateur Morgan Spurlock.

I Just Didn’t Do It ©2007 FUJI TELEVISION / ALTAMIRA PICTURES / TOHO The Dark Harbour © PFF Partners About Her Brother © 2010 "About Her Brother" Film Partners Dear Doctor © 2004 PFF Partner Heart, Beating In The Dark © “Yami Utsu Shinzo” Partners

A nostalgic selection of archive film curated by the Media Archive for Central England puts the spotlight on Nottingham’s famous cycle firm. From the war years when bicycles made way for armaments to the 1970s when the launch of the Chopper ushered in a whole new youth cycle cult. A full programme of archive films guaranteed to appeal to anyone who’s ever pedalled a Raleigh.

TUE 13, 6PM

MARGIN CALL (15) A thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis.

SAT 17, 5.45PM

THE GUARD (15) Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2010 96m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Don Cheadle

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day we’ve brought back this popular Irish crime comedy about a small-town policeman with no interest whatsoever in the international cocaine-smuggling ring that has brought an FBI agent to his door.

★ ALSO SEE... BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (P4) & OUR SPECIAL PREVIEW OF THE KID WITH A BIKE (P3)

MY MOVIE

Alan Seaman Wednesday afternoons 2-4pm 10 weeks commencing 18th April £70/ £50 Members and concs We regularly read that a city is ‘almost like a character’ in certain films, so for our latest ten-week course we’ll be travelling around the world examining how some of the major cities have been depicted and how they have, in turn, influenced the films in which they feature.

6 SUN 4, 2PM

SUN 11, 2PM

SUN 18, 2PM

SUN 25, 2PM

MOULIN ROUGE! (12A)

GALAXY QUEST (PG)

Dir: Baz Luhrmann United States

Dir: Dean Parisot United States

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

LAND AND FREEDOM (15)

2001 128m

1999 102m

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom

Starring: Nicole Kidman,

Starring: Tim Allen,

2010 112m

1995 109m

Ewan McGregor

Sigourney Weaver

Starring: Sally Hawkins,

Starring: Ian Hart

A riotous collision of song, dance, romance, colour and melodrama set in turn-ofthe-century Paris and practically bubbling over with creative fizz!

Aliens, under attack, mistake re-runs of Galaxy Quest, a 1970s sci-fi TV series, for historical documents and beam up the ageing actors in order to save the universe. But now the cast have no script or director to help them...

Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson

In 1968, women machinists at Ford’s Dagenham plant downed tools in protest against sexual discrimination, taking on their corporate paymasters and finally the government itself.

A close-up look at the drama of the Spanish Civil War, and how it played out among the nameless little guys, the fighters in the trenches.

TO ALL THE MONAGHAN FAMILY FROM NIC

IN MEMORY OF MARGARET MCGLADE FROM WOMEN’S AID INTEGRATED SERVICES

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY TO DAVID. HOPE YOU ENJOY THE SHOW!

FROM BERYL AND IAN TO ALL OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS - A COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN FOR WATERAID AFTER THE FILM

FRENCH CREATIVE WRITING / ATELIER D’ÉCRITURE

7

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Helen Gascoyne 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing 19th April, 7-8.30pm (discussion days) £60/£40 Members and concs This course is for the Cinephile who would like to dig a bit deeper and talk about the films they see at Broadway with like-minded individuals. The course will consist of bi-weekly films from the Broadway programme and then in-depth discussions and illustrative analysis the week after.

FROM IDEA TO PUBLICATION

“It’s terrific... thrilling young actors and an impressive new director.”

★★★★ The Guardian “Fuelled by youthful energy, their love burns hot, hard and fast… compelling.” The Stage

5

Lucille Venn Thursday nights 6.30-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £80/ £60 Members and concs This workshop is for advanced speakers of French (or native speakers) who wish to find new ways to express themselves in “la langue de Molière”.

TALK CINEMA

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

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Alex Davis Wednesday nights commencing 2nd May 8 weeks 6.30-9pm £130/ £100 Members and concs This course gives you all the tools you need to discover your writing talent, explore what makes a great story and the information you need to get your story out there with an agent and a publisher.

0115 941 9419 NOTTINGHAMPLAYHOUSE.CO.UK

by William Shakespeare

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. 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. PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

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

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

#starxlovers BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 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. 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. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

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

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THE DARK HARBOUR (15)

Dir: Stephen Auerbach United States

3

Graham Lester George Monday evenings 6.30-9pm 8 weeks commencing 16th April £130/ £100 Members and concs This popular course will teach you the following important topics: Premise, outline and film treatment: What they are and what they’re for. Story structure: story from beginning to end. Visual writing: making the movie roll in your head and how to develop characters that you and your audience will believe in.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

13

EY

I JUST DIDN’T DO IT (15)

REMEMBERING RALEIGH (UC) United Kingdom 90m

The film will be followed by a Q&A with director Varon Bonicos and producers Al Clark and Rachel Robey.

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Paul Scully Thursday evenings 7-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £35/ £25 Members and concs The movies featured in this course are truly unique: special, unusual and the only feature films made by their directors. For various reasons - studio politics, personality clashes and just plain fate - there was no ‘take two’. The films are L’Atalante; Night of the Hunter; One-Eyed Jacks; Charlie Bubbles and Electra Glide in Blue.

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ON

BAD COMPANY (15)

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the ICCSR at Nottingham University Business School. All screenings have an introduction and a post-film discussion.

BICYCLE DREAMS + Q&A (15)

NT LIVE Tickets: £12.50 full £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

1

TAKE ONE

Owen Davies Tuesday evenings 6.30-9pm 6 weeks commencing 17th April £130/ £100 Members and concs Working with experienced film maker and Broadway’s head of production Owen Davies, this six week course is aimed at people interested in developing their filmmaking skills. Participants will work through the production process exploring pre-production planning, developing ideas, directing, camera techniques, sound and basic editing.

13 - 24 MARCH

ST

WED 28 8PM

SUN 11, 3.30PM

One of the great, generous-hearted and ingenious comedies of the English language.

A Man’s Story profiles Ozwald Boateng. Charismatic, glamorous, hard-working and very humanly flawed, Boateng’s personal and professional triumphs and set-backs are the fascinating heart of this film.

For more information contact Eleanor Thornley: e.thornley@broadway.org.uk or call our box office 0115 952 6611.

4

EXPERIENCE FILM

A NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE CO-PRODUCTION WITH HEADLONG THEATRE AND THE NUFFIELD, SOUTHAMPTON, IN ASSOCIATION WITH HULL TRUCK THEATRE

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

doing the business MON 26, 8PM

SAT 10, 5PM

Dir: Miles Mander United Kingdom 1928 88m

The sex lives of the upper classes come under scrutiny in this sophisticated melodrama, a tour de force of late silent cinema. Alma Reville (Alfred Hitchcock’s wife) worked with Mander to adapt his own novel and play. This is a new restoration from the BFI National Archive.

SAT 24, 3.45PM

By Oliver Goldsmith

2

FILM COURSES

THU 1, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 3, 1PM ENCORE

A WEEKEND OF FILMS

11

ST

TUE 27, 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.

BIKE!

MARCH 2012

SE OU SH AS GL

QUIZZES

THU 8, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

10

ST CLUMBER

MUSIC

For more info see www.broadway.org.uk/music

MARCH 2012

LIVE BY SATELLITE

For more information please go to www.nottingham.ac.uk/raleigh

Tickets £3.50 - includes free drink (selected drinks only).

FRIDAY 30 MARCH - FROM 8PM SUPER MUSIC COLLIDER Nottingham’s hottest new record label takeover the Cafebar with live music, DJs and VJs ‘til late.

09

ST ON MILT

PLUS.. THROUGHOUT MARCH 6 NATIONS RUGBY We are showing all ENGLAND games, and other selected games in our cafebar.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

This year’s Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme looks at narrative creativity by contemporary Japanese directors, in contrast to the recent storm of adaptations, and how they express their voices through cinema. All films have English Subtitles. For more information see www.broadway.org.uk

Dir: Ryosuke Hashiguchi

TUE 20, 8.45PM CINE-BAR: OSS 117 LOST IN RIO (15) Check out an earlier comedy from the team that brought you The Artist. Jean Dujardin plays the suave, sophisticated and utterly clueless French spy Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, France’s answer to James Bond. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed!

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme is produced and organised by The Japan Foundation and supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation

MARCH 2012

BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2012

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BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

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MARCH 2012


ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

TUE 13, FROM 6PM INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the two Indian-set films we’re showing at this time: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Trishna. TUE 20, FROM 6PM FRENCH FOOD NIGHT To complement the Paris-set Bel Ami.

CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE AUTEURS

SUN 25, 5.45PM

TUE 27, 8PM

FRI 9, 6.15PM

FRI 23, 8PM

A STRANGER OF MINE (15)

DEAR DOCTOR (15)

THE FIRST BORN + LIVE MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY STEPHEN HORNE (15)

ALL AROUND US (15) FILM & TV

The journey of a married couple after the death of a child, and how they each begin to come to terms with its reality.

A celebration of bicycles, pedal power and that most iconic of Nottingham companies - Raleigh, presented by The University of Nottingham with Hanby and Barrett. Look out for archive footage in our lounge, vintage cycles and on Sunday - pedal-powered smoothies!

NT LIVE: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (12A) 180m By William Shakespeare

Two sets of twins separated at birth collide in the same city without meeting for one crazy day, as multiple mistaken identities lead to confusion on a grand scale. THU 29, 7PM LIVE & SAT 30, 1PM ENCORE

MON 19, 6PM

SAT 24, 8PM

LA GRANDE ILLUSION + SATELLITE Q&A (U)

A MAN’S STORY + FILMMAKERS Q&A (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Varon Bonicos United Kingdom 2010 97m

Dir: Jean Renoir France 1937 113m Starring: Jean Gabin, Dita Parlo

Dir: Kenji Uchida

Dir: Miwa Nishikawa

We witness the events of a single night at a restaurant from the point of view of five different characters. An innovative love story that comically depicts the innocence of men and the tenacity of women.

A young medical graduate opts for a job in a remote mountain village, where everything is not as it seems.

Starring: Madeleine Carroll, Miles Mander

Dir: Tomoyuki Furumaya

Dir: Masayuki Suo

Dir: Takatsugu Naito

Teenager Sadamoto is torn between a desire to please his father and a need to rebel against him, as his middle school teacher.

The story of a young man accused of groping a woman on a Tokyo train, and his battle with the Japanese legal system.

When recording a video message for a matchmaking party, solitary fisherman Manzo makes an unusual discovery.

ALL AROUND US

A nostalgic selection of archive film curated by the Media Archive for Central England puts the spotlight on Nottingham’s famous cycle firm. From the war years when bicycles made way for armaments to the 1970s when the launch of the Chopper ushered in a whole new youth cycle cult. A full programme of archive films guaranteed to appeal to anyone who’s ever pedalled a Raleigh.

2009 104m

The powerful true story of the Race Across America, a 3000-mile bicycle race that challenges riders to cross the country in just ten days. They must overcome searing desert heat, agonizing mountain climbs and more. Bicycle Dreams has won over 15 major awards, including Best Documentary at the Las Vegas, Yosemite, Solstice, and Grand Rapids film festivals. The film will be introduced by the only British cyclist ever to complete Race Across America, Chris Hopkinson. The European 24 Hour Champion will also take part in a postscreening Q&A session.

TUE 6, 6PM

THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD (12A) A comic and unsettling documentary about product placement from provocateur Morgan Spurlock.

I Just Didn’t Do It ©2007 FUJI TELEVISION / ALTAMIRA PICTURES / TOHO The Dark Harbour © PFF Partners About Her Brother © 2010 "About Her Brother" Film Partners Dear Doctor © 2004 PFF Partner Heart, Beating In The Dark © “Yami Utsu Shinzo” Partners

Dir: Stephen Auerbach United States

TUE 13, 6PM

MARGIN CALL (15) A thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis.

SAT 17, 5.45PM

THE GUARD (15) Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2010 96m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Don Cheadle

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day we’ve brought back this popular Irish crime comedy about a small-town policeman with no interest whatsoever in the international cocaine-smuggling ring that has brought an FBI agent to his door.

★ ALSO SEE... BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (P4) & OUR SPECIAL PREVIEW OF THE KID WITH A BIKE (P3)

MY MOVIE

Alan Seaman Wednesday afternoons 2-4pm 10 weeks commencing 18th April £70/ £50 Members and concs We regularly read that a city is ‘almost like a character’ in certain films, so for our latest ten-week course we’ll be travelling around the world examining how some of the major cities have been depicted and how they have, in turn, influenced the films in which they feature.

6 SUN 4, 2PM

SUN 11, 2PM

SUN 18, 2PM

SUN 25, 2PM

MOULIN ROUGE! (12A)

GALAXY QUEST (PG)

Dir: Baz Luhrmann United States

Dir: Dean Parisot United States

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

LAND AND FREEDOM (15)

2001 128m

1999 102m

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom

Starring: Nicole Kidman,

Starring: Tim Allen,

2010 112m

1995 109m

Ewan McGregor

Sigourney Weaver

Starring: Sally Hawkins,

Starring: Ian Hart

A riotous collision of song, dance, romance, colour and melodrama set in turn-ofthe-century Paris and practically bubbling over with creative fizz!

Aliens, under attack, mistake re-runs of Galaxy Quest, a 1970s sci-fi TV series, for historical documents and beam up the ageing actors in order to save the universe. But now the cast have no script or director to help them...

Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson

In 1968, women machinists at Ford’s Dagenham plant downed tools in protest against sexual discrimination, taking on their corporate paymasters and finally the government itself.

A close-up look at the drama of the Spanish Civil War, and how it played out among the nameless little guys, the fighters in the trenches.

TO ALL THE MONAGHAN FAMILY FROM NIC

IN MEMORY OF MARGARET MCGLADE FROM WOMEN’S AID INTEGRATED SERVICES

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY TO DAVID. HOPE YOU ENJOY THE SHOW!

FROM BERYL AND IAN TO ALL OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS - A COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN FOR WATERAID AFTER THE FILM

FRENCH CREATIVE WRITING / ATELIER D’ÉCRITURE

7

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Helen Gascoyne 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing 19th April, 7-8.30pm (discussion days) £60/£40 Members and concs This course is for the Cinephile who would like to dig a bit deeper and talk about the films they see at Broadway with like-minded individuals. The course will consist of bi-weekly films from the Broadway programme and then in-depth discussions and illustrative analysis the week after.

FROM IDEA TO PUBLICATION

“It’s terrific... thrilling young actors and an impressive new director.”

★★★★ The Guardian “Fuelled by youthful energy, their love burns hot, hard and fast… compelling.” The Stage

5

Lucille Venn Thursday nights 6.30-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £80/ £60 Members and concs This workshop is for advanced speakers of French (or native speakers) who wish to find new ways to express themselves in “la langue de Molière”.

TALK CINEMA

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

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Alex Davis Wednesday nights commencing 2nd May 8 weeks 6.30-9pm £130/ £100 Members and concs This course gives you all the tools you need to discover your writing talent, explore what makes a great story and the information you need to get your story out there with an agent and a publisher.

0115 941 9419 NOTTINGHAMPLAYHOUSE.CO.UK

by William Shakespeare

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. 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. PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

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

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

#starxlovers BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 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. 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. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

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

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THE DARK HARBOUR (15)

REMEMBERING RALEIGH (UC) United Kingdom 90m

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Graham Lester George Monday evenings 6.30-9pm 8 weeks commencing 16th April £130/ £100 Members and concs This popular course will teach you the following important topics: Premise, outline and film treatment: What they are and what they’re for. Story structure: story from beginning to end. Visual writing: making the movie roll in your head and how to develop characters that you and your audience will believe in.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

13

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I JUST DIDN’T DO IT (15)

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the ICCSR at Nottingham University Business School. All screenings have an introduction and a post-film discussion.

BICYCLE DREAMS + Q&A (15)

NT LIVE Tickets: £12.50 full £11 concs + members

The film will be followed by a Q&A with director Varon Bonicos and producers Al Clark and Rachel Robey.

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Paul Scully Thursday evenings 7-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £35/ £25 Members and concs The movies featured in this course are truly unique: special, unusual and the only feature films made by their directors. For various reasons - studio politics, personality clashes and just plain fate - there was no ‘take two’. The films are L’Atalante; Night of the Hunter; One-Eyed Jacks; Charlie Bubbles and Electra Glide in Blue.

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ON

BAD COMPANY (15)

SUN 11, 3.30PM

Cambridge Film Festival

1

TAKE ONE

Owen Davies Tuesday evenings 6.30-9pm 6 weeks commencing 17th April £130/ £100 Members and concs Working with experienced film maker and Broadway’s head of production Owen Davies, this six week course is aimed at people interested in developing their filmmaking skills. Participants will work through the production process exploring pre-production planning, developing ideas, directing, camera techniques, sound and basic editing.

13 - 24 MARCH

ST

WED 28 8PM

SAT 10, 5PM

One of the great, generous-hearted and ingenious comedies of the English language.

A special preview of a new restoration of La Grande Illusion, the most lyrical attack that the cinema has ever launched against the institution of war. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Mike Newell and critic Geanette Vincendeau who will talk about the film and Renoir's career.

A Man’s Story profiles Ozwald Boateng. Charismatic, glamorous, hard-working and very humanly flawed, Boateng’s personal and professional triumphs and set-backs are the fascinating heart of this film.

For more information contact Eleanor Thornley: e.thornley@broadway.org.uk or call our box office 0115 952 6611.

4

EXPERIENCE FILM

A NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE CO-PRODUCTION WITH HEADLONG THEATRE AND THE NUFFIELD, SOUTHAMPTON, IN ASSOCIATION WITH HULL TRUCK THEATRE

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doing the business MON 26, 8PM

By Oliver Goldsmith

Dir: Miles Mander United Kingdom 1928 88m

The sex lives of the upper classes come under scrutiny in this sophisticated melodrama, a tour de force of late silent cinema. Alma Reville (Alfred Hitchcock’s wife) worked with Mander to adapt his own novel and play. This is a new restoration from the BFI National Archive.

SAT 24, 3.45PM

NT LIVE: SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER (12A) 180m

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FILM COURSES

THU 1, 7PM LIVE & SAT 3, 1PM ENCORE

A WEEKEND OF FILMS

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TUE 27, 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.

BIKE!

MARCH 2012

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QUIZZES

THU 8, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

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ST CLUMBER

MUSIC

For more info see www.broadway.org.uk/music

MARCH 2012

LIVE BY SATELLITE

For more information please go to www.nottingham.ac.uk/raleigh

Tickets £3.50 - includes free drink (selected drinks only).

FRIDAY 30 MARCH - FROM 8PM SUPER MUSIC COLLIDER Nottingham’s hottest new record label takeover the Cafebar with live music, DJs and VJs ‘til late.

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PLUS.. THROUGHOUT MARCH 6 NATIONS RUGBY We are showing all ENGLAND games, and other selected games in our cafebar.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

This year’s Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme looks at narrative creativity by contemporary Japanese directors, in contrast to the recent storm of adaptations, and how they express their voices through cinema. All films have English Subtitles. For more information see www.broadway.org.uk

Dir: Ryosuke Hashiguchi

TUE 20, 8.45PM CINE-BAR: OSS 117 LOST IN RIO (15) Check out an earlier comedy from the team that brought you The Artist. Jean Dujardin plays the suave, sophisticated and utterly clueless French spy Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, France’s answer to James Bond. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed!

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme is produced and organised by The Japan Foundation and supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation

MARCH 2012

BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

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

BROADWAY BITES

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DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

L’ATALANTE

MARCH 2012


ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

TUE 13, FROM 6PM INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the two Indian-set films we’re showing at this time: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Trishna. TUE 20, FROM 6PM FRENCH FOOD NIGHT To complement the Paris-set Bel Ami.

CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE AUTEURS

SUN 25, 5.45PM

TUE 27, 8PM

FRI 9, 6.15PM

FRI 23, 8PM

A STRANGER OF MINE (15)

DEAR DOCTOR (15)

THE FIRST BORN + LIVE MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY STEPHEN HORNE (15)

ALL AROUND US (15) FILM & TV

The journey of a married couple after the death of a child, and how they each begin to come to terms with its reality.

A celebration of bicycles, pedal power and that most iconic of Nottingham companies - Raleigh, presented by The University of Nottingham with Hanby and Barrett. Look out for archive footage in our lounge, vintage cycles and on Sunday - pedal-powered smoothies!

NT LIVE: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (12A) 180m By William Shakespeare

Two sets of twins separated at birth collide in the same city without meeting for one crazy day, as multiple mistaken identities lead to confusion on a grand scale.

MON 19, 6PM

SAT 24, 8PM

LA GRANDE ILLUSION + SATELLITE Q&A (U)

A MAN’S STORY + FILMMAKERS Q&A (15)

THU 29, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 30, 1PM ENCORE

With English Subtitles

Dir: Varon Bonicos United Kingdom 2010 97m

NT LIVE: SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER (12A) 180m

A special preview of a new restoration of La Grande Illusion, the most lyrical attack that the cinema has ever launched against the institution of war. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Mike Newell and critic Geanette Vincendeau who will talk about the film and Renoir's career.

Dir: Jean Renoir France 1937 113m Starring: Jean Gabin, Dita Parlo

Dir: Kenji Uchida

Dir: Miwa Nishikawa

We witness the events of a single night at a restaurant from the point of view of five different characters. An innovative love story that comically depicts the innocence of men and the tenacity of women.

A young medical graduate opts for a job in a remote mountain village, where everything is not as it seems.

Starring: Madeleine Carroll, Miles Mander

Dir: Tomoyuki Furumaya

Dir: Masayuki Suo

Dir: Takatsugu Naito

Teenager Sadamoto is torn between a desire to please his father and a need to rebel against him, as his middle school teacher.

The story of a young man accused of groping a woman on a Tokyo train, and his battle with the Japanese legal system.

When recording a video message for a matchmaking party, solitary fisherman Manzo makes an unusual discovery.

ALL AROUND US

2009 104m

The powerful true story of the Race Across America, a 3000-mile bicycle race that challenges riders to cross the country in just ten days. They must overcome searing desert heat, agonizing mountain climbs and more. Bicycle Dreams has won over 15 major awards, including Best Documentary at the Las Vegas, Yosemite, Solstice, and Grand Rapids film festivals. The film will be introduced by the only British cyclist ever to complete Race Across America, Chris Hopkinson. The European 24 Hour Champion will also take part in a postscreening Q&A session.

TUE 6, 6PM

THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD (12A) A comic and unsettling documentary about product placement from provocateur Morgan Spurlock.

I Just Didn’t Do It ©2007 FUJI TELEVISION / ALTAMIRA PICTURES / TOHO The Dark Harbour © PFF Partners About Her Brother © 2010 "About Her Brother" Film Partners Dear Doctor © 2004 PFF Partner Heart, Beating In The Dark © “Yami Utsu Shinzo” Partners

A nostalgic selection of archive film curated by the Media Archive for Central England puts the spotlight on Nottingham’s famous cycle firm. From the war years when bicycles made way for armaments to the 1970s when the launch of the Chopper ushered in a whole new youth cycle cult. A full programme of archive films guaranteed to appeal to anyone who’s ever pedalled a Raleigh.

TUE 13, 6PM

MARGIN CALL (15) A thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis.

SAT 17, 5.45PM

THE GUARD (15) Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2010 96m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Don Cheadle

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day we’ve brought back this popular Irish crime comedy about a small-town policeman with no interest whatsoever in the international cocaine-smuggling ring that has brought an FBI agent to his door.

★ ALSO SEE... BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (P4) & OUR SPECIAL PREVIEW OF THE KID WITH A BIKE (P3)

MY MOVIE

Alan Seaman Wednesday afternoons 2-4pm 10 weeks commencing 18th April £70/ £50 Members and concs We regularly read that a city is ‘almost like a character’ in certain films, so for our latest ten-week course we’ll be travelling around the world examining how some of the major cities have been depicted and how they have, in turn, influenced the films in which they feature.

6 SUN 4, 2PM

SUN 11, 2PM

SUN 18, 2PM

SUN 25, 2PM

MOULIN ROUGE! (12A)

GALAXY QUEST (PG)

Dir: Baz Luhrmann United States

Dir: Dean Parisot United States

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

LAND AND FREEDOM (15)

2001 128m

1999 102m

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom

Starring: Nicole Kidman,

Starring: Tim Allen,

2010 112m

1995 109m

Ewan McGregor

Sigourney Weaver

Starring: Sally Hawkins,

Starring: Ian Hart

A riotous collision of song, dance, romance, colour and melodrama set in turn-ofthe-century Paris and practically bubbling over with creative fizz!

Aliens, under attack, mistake re-runs of Galaxy Quest, a 1970s sci-fi TV series, for historical documents and beam up the ageing actors in order to save the universe. But now the cast have no script or director to help them...

Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson

In 1968, women machinists at Ford’s Dagenham plant downed tools in protest against sexual discrimination, taking on their corporate paymasters and finally the government itself.

A close-up look at the drama of the Spanish Civil War, and how it played out among the nameless little guys, the fighters in the trenches.

TO ALL THE MONAGHAN FAMILY FROM NIC

IN MEMORY OF MARGARET MCGLADE FROM WOMEN’S AID INTEGRATED SERVICES

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY TO DAVID. HOPE YOU ENJOY THE SHOW!

FROM BERYL AND IAN TO ALL OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS - A COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN FOR WATERAID AFTER THE FILM

FRENCH CREATIVE WRITING / ATELIER D’ÉCRITURE

7

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Helen Gascoyne 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing 19th April, 7-8.30pm (discussion days) £60/£40 Members and concs This course is for the Cinephile who would like to dig a bit deeper and talk about the films they see at Broadway with like-minded individuals. The course will consist of bi-weekly films from the Broadway programme and then in-depth discussions and illustrative analysis the week after.

FROM IDEA TO PUBLICATION

“It’s terrific... thrilling young actors and an impressive new director.”

★★★★ The Guardian “Fuelled by youthful energy, their love burns hot, hard and fast… compelling.” The Stage

5

Lucille Venn Thursday nights 6.30-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £80/ £60 Members and concs This workshop is for advanced speakers of French (or native speakers) who wish to find new ways to express themselves in “la langue de Molière”.

TALK CINEMA

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

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Alex Davis Wednesday nights commencing 2nd May 8 weeks 6.30-9pm £130/ £100 Members and concs This course gives you all the tools you need to discover your writing talent, explore what makes a great story and the information you need to get your story out there with an agent and a publisher.

0115 941 9419 NOTTINGHAMPLAYHOUSE.CO.UK

by William Shakespeare

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. 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. PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

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

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

#starxlovers BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 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. 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. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

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

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THE DARK HARBOUR (15)

Dir: Stephen Auerbach United States

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Graham Lester George Monday evenings 6.30-9pm 8 weeks commencing 16th April £130/ £100 Members and concs This popular course will teach you the following important topics: Premise, outline and film treatment: What they are and what they’re for. Story structure: story from beginning to end. Visual writing: making the movie roll in your head and how to develop characters that you and your audience will believe in.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

13

EY

I JUST DIDN’T DO IT (15)

REMEMBERING RALEIGH (UC) United Kingdom 90m

The film will be followed by a Q&A with director Varon Bonicos and producers Al Clark and Rachel Robey.

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Paul Scully Thursday evenings 7-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £35/ £25 Members and concs The movies featured in this course are truly unique: special, unusual and the only feature films made by their directors. For various reasons - studio politics, personality clashes and just plain fate - there was no ‘take two’. The films are L’Atalante; Night of the Hunter; One-Eyed Jacks; Charlie Bubbles and Electra Glide in Blue.

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ON

BAD COMPANY (15)

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the ICCSR at Nottingham University Business School. All screenings have an introduction and a post-film discussion.

BICYCLE DREAMS + Q&A (15)

NT LIVE Tickets: £12.50 full £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

1

TAKE ONE

Owen Davies Tuesday evenings 6.30-9pm 6 weeks commencing 17th April £130/ £100 Members and concs Working with experienced film maker and Broadway’s head of production Owen Davies, this six week course is aimed at people interested in developing their filmmaking skills. Participants will work through the production process exploring pre-production planning, developing ideas, directing, camera techniques, sound and basic editing.

13 - 24 MARCH

ST

WED 28 8PM

SUN 11, 3.30PM

One of the great, generous-hearted and ingenious comedies of the English language.

A Man’s Story profiles Ozwald Boateng. Charismatic, glamorous, hard-working and very humanly flawed, Boateng’s personal and professional triumphs and set-backs are the fascinating heart of this film.

For more information contact Eleanor Thornley: e.thornley@broadway.org.uk or call our box office 0115 952 6611.

4

EXPERIENCE FILM

A NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE CO-PRODUCTION WITH HEADLONG THEATRE AND THE NUFFIELD, SOUTHAMPTON, IN ASSOCIATION WITH HULL TRUCK THEATRE

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

doing the business MON 26, 8PM

SAT 10, 5PM

Dir: Miles Mander United Kingdom 1928 88m

The sex lives of the upper classes come under scrutiny in this sophisticated melodrama, a tour de force of late silent cinema. Alma Reville (Alfred Hitchcock’s wife) worked with Mander to adapt his own novel and play. This is a new restoration from the BFI National Archive.

SAT 24, 3.45PM

By Oliver Goldsmith

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FILM COURSES

THU 1, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 3, 1PM ENCORE

A WEEKEND OF FILMS

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TUE 27, 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.

BIKE!

MARCH 2012

SE OU SH AS GL

QUIZZES

THU 8, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

10

ST CLUMBER

MUSIC

For more info see www.broadway.org.uk/music

MARCH 2012

LIVE BY SATELLITE

For more information please go to www.nottingham.ac.uk/raleigh

Tickets £3.50 - includes free drink (selected drinks only).

FRIDAY 30 MARCH - FROM 8PM SUPER MUSIC COLLIDER Nottingham’s hottest new record label takeover the Cafebar with live music, DJs and VJs ‘til late.

09

ST ON MILT

PLUS.. THROUGHOUT MARCH 6 NATIONS RUGBY We are showing all ENGLAND games, and other selected games in our cafebar.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

This year’s Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme looks at narrative creativity by contemporary Japanese directors, in contrast to the recent storm of adaptations, and how they express their voices through cinema. All films have English Subtitles. For more information see www.broadway.org.uk

Dir: Ryosuke Hashiguchi

TUE 20, 8.45PM CINE-BAR: OSS 117 LOST IN RIO (15) Check out an earlier comedy from the team that brought you The Artist. Jean Dujardin plays the suave, sophisticated and utterly clueless French spy Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, France’s answer to James Bond. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed!

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme is produced and organised by The Japan Foundation and supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation

MARCH 2012

BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

L’ATALANTE

MARCH 2012


ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

TUE 13, FROM 6PM INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the two Indian-set films we’re showing at this time: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Trishna. TUE 20, FROM 6PM FRENCH FOOD NIGHT To complement the Paris-set Bel Ami.

CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE AUTEURS

SUN 25, 5.45PM

TUE 27, 8PM

FRI 9, 6.15PM

FRI 23, 8PM

A STRANGER OF MINE (15)

DEAR DOCTOR (15)

THE FIRST BORN + LIVE MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY STEPHEN HORNE (15)

ALL AROUND US (15) FILM & TV

The journey of a married couple after the death of a child, and how they each begin to come to terms with its reality.

A celebration of bicycles, pedal power and that most iconic of Nottingham companies - Raleigh, presented by The University of Nottingham with Hanby and Barrett. Look out for archive footage in our lounge, vintage cycles and on Sunday - pedal-powered smoothies!

NT LIVE: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (12A) 180m By William Shakespeare

Two sets of twins separated at birth collide in the same city without meeting for one crazy day, as multiple mistaken identities lead to confusion on a grand scale.

MON 19, 6PM

SAT 24, 8PM

LA GRANDE ILLUSION + SATELLITE Q&A (U)

A MAN’S STORY + FILMMAKERS Q&A (15)

THU 29, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 30, 1PM ENCORE

With English Subtitles

Dir: Varon Bonicos United Kingdom 2010 97m

NT LIVE: SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER (12A) 180m

A special preview of a new restoration of La Grande Illusion, the most lyrical attack that the cinema has ever launched against the institution of war. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Mike Newell and critic Geanette Vincendeau who will talk about the film and Renoir's career.

Dir: Jean Renoir France 1937 113m Starring: Jean Gabin, Dita Parlo

Dir: Kenji Uchida

Dir: Miwa Nishikawa

We witness the events of a single night at a restaurant from the point of view of five different characters. An innovative love story that comically depicts the innocence of men and the tenacity of women.

A young medical graduate opts for a job in a remote mountain village, where everything is not as it seems.

Starring: Madeleine Carroll, Miles Mander

Dir: Tomoyuki Furumaya

Dir: Masayuki Suo

Dir: Takatsugu Naito

Teenager Sadamoto is torn between a desire to please his father and a need to rebel against him, as his middle school teacher.

The story of a young man accused of groping a woman on a Tokyo train, and his battle with the Japanese legal system.

When recording a video message for a matchmaking party, solitary fisherman Manzo makes an unusual discovery.

ALL AROUND US

2009 104m

The powerful true story of the Race Across America, a 3000-mile bicycle race that challenges riders to cross the country in just ten days. They must overcome searing desert heat, agonizing mountain climbs and more. Bicycle Dreams has won over 15 major awards, including Best Documentary at the Las Vegas, Yosemite, Solstice, and Grand Rapids film festivals. The film will be introduced by the only British cyclist ever to complete Race Across America, Chris Hopkinson. The European 24 Hour Champion will also take part in a postscreening Q&A session.

TUE 6, 6PM

THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD (12A) A comic and unsettling documentary about product placement from provocateur Morgan Spurlock.

I Just Didn’t Do It ©2007 FUJI TELEVISION / ALTAMIRA PICTURES / TOHO The Dark Harbour © PFF Partners About Her Brother © 2010 "About Her Brother" Film Partners Dear Doctor © 2004 PFF Partner Heart, Beating In The Dark © “Yami Utsu Shinzo” Partners

A nostalgic selection of archive film curated by the Media Archive for Central England puts the spotlight on Nottingham’s famous cycle firm. From the war years when bicycles made way for armaments to the 1970s when the launch of the Chopper ushered in a whole new youth cycle cult. A full programme of archive films guaranteed to appeal to anyone who’s ever pedalled a Raleigh.

TUE 13, 6PM

MARGIN CALL (15) A thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis.

SAT 17, 5.45PM

THE GUARD (15) Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2010 96m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Don Cheadle

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day we’ve brought back this popular Irish crime comedy about a small-town policeman with no interest whatsoever in the international cocaine-smuggling ring that has brought an FBI agent to his door.

★ ALSO SEE... BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (P4) & OUR SPECIAL PREVIEW OF THE KID WITH A BIKE (P3)

MY MOVIE

Alan Seaman Wednesday afternoons 2-4pm 10 weeks commencing 18th April £70/ £50 Members and concs We regularly read that a city is ‘almost like a character’ in certain films, so for our latest ten-week course we’ll be travelling around the world examining how some of the major cities have been depicted and how they have, in turn, influenced the films in which they feature.

6 SUN 4, 2PM

SUN 11, 2PM

SUN 18, 2PM

SUN 25, 2PM

MOULIN ROUGE! (12A)

GALAXY QUEST (PG)

Dir: Baz Luhrmann United States

Dir: Dean Parisot United States

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

LAND AND FREEDOM (15)

2001 128m

1999 102m

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom

Starring: Nicole Kidman,

Starring: Tim Allen,

2010 112m

1995 109m

Ewan McGregor

Sigourney Weaver

Starring: Sally Hawkins,

Starring: Ian Hart

A riotous collision of song, dance, romance, colour and melodrama set in turn-ofthe-century Paris and practically bubbling over with creative fizz!

Aliens, under attack, mistake re-runs of Galaxy Quest, a 1970s sci-fi TV series, for historical documents and beam up the ageing actors in order to save the universe. But now the cast have no script or director to help them...

Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson

In 1968, women machinists at Ford’s Dagenham plant downed tools in protest against sexual discrimination, taking on their corporate paymasters and finally the government itself.

A close-up look at the drama of the Spanish Civil War, and how it played out among the nameless little guys, the fighters in the trenches.

TO ALL THE MONAGHAN FAMILY FROM NIC

IN MEMORY OF MARGARET MCGLADE FROM WOMEN’S AID INTEGRATED SERVICES

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY TO DAVID. HOPE YOU ENJOY THE SHOW!

FROM BERYL AND IAN TO ALL OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS - A COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN FOR WATERAID AFTER THE FILM

FRENCH CREATIVE WRITING / ATELIER D’ÉCRITURE

7

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Helen Gascoyne 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing 19th April, 7-8.30pm (discussion days) £60/£40 Members and concs This course is for the Cinephile who would like to dig a bit deeper and talk about the films they see at Broadway with like-minded individuals. The course will consist of bi-weekly films from the Broadway programme and then in-depth discussions and illustrative analysis the week after.

FROM IDEA TO PUBLICATION

“It’s terrific... thrilling young actors and an impressive new director.”

★★★★ The Guardian “Fuelled by youthful energy, their love burns hot, hard and fast… compelling.” The Stage

5

Lucille Venn Thursday nights 6.30-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £80/ £60 Members and concs This workshop is for advanced speakers of French (or native speakers) who wish to find new ways to express themselves in “la langue de Molière”.

TALK CINEMA

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

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Alex Davis Wednesday nights commencing 2nd May 8 weeks 6.30-9pm £130/ £100 Members and concs This course gives you all the tools you need to discover your writing talent, explore what makes a great story and the information you need to get your story out there with an agent and a publisher.

0115 941 9419 NOTTINGHAMPLAYHOUSE.CO.UK

by William Shakespeare

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. 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. PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

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

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

#starxlovers BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 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. 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. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

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

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THE DARK HARBOUR (15)

Dir: Stephen Auerbach United States

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Graham Lester George Monday evenings 6.30-9pm 8 weeks commencing 16th April £130/ £100 Members and concs This popular course will teach you the following important topics: Premise, outline and film treatment: What they are and what they’re for. Story structure: story from beginning to end. Visual writing: making the movie roll in your head and how to develop characters that you and your audience will believe in.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

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I JUST DIDN’T DO IT (15)

REMEMBERING RALEIGH (UC) United Kingdom 90m

The film will be followed by a Q&A with director Varon Bonicos and producers Al Clark and Rachel Robey.

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Paul Scully Thursday evenings 7-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £35/ £25 Members and concs The movies featured in this course are truly unique: special, unusual and the only feature films made by their directors. For various reasons - studio politics, personality clashes and just plain fate - there was no ‘take two’. The films are L’Atalante; Night of the Hunter; One-Eyed Jacks; Charlie Bubbles and Electra Glide in Blue.

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

ON

BAD COMPANY (15)

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the ICCSR at Nottingham University Business School. All screenings have an introduction and a post-film discussion.

BICYCLE DREAMS + Q&A (15)

NT LIVE Tickets: £12.50 full £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

1

TAKE ONE

Owen Davies Tuesday evenings 6.30-9pm 6 weeks commencing 17th April £130/ £100 Members and concs Working with experienced film maker and Broadway’s head of production Owen Davies, this six week course is aimed at people interested in developing their filmmaking skills. Participants will work through the production process exploring pre-production planning, developing ideas, directing, camera techniques, sound and basic editing.

13 - 24 MARCH

ST

WED 28 8PM

SUN 11, 3.30PM

One of the great, generous-hearted and ingenious comedies of the English language.

A Man’s Story profiles Ozwald Boateng. Charismatic, glamorous, hard-working and very humanly flawed, Boateng’s personal and professional triumphs and set-backs are the fascinating heart of this film.

For more information contact Eleanor Thornley: e.thornley@broadway.org.uk or call our box office 0115 952 6611.

4

EXPERIENCE FILM

A NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE CO-PRODUCTION WITH HEADLONG THEATRE AND THE NUFFIELD, SOUTHAMPTON, IN ASSOCIATION WITH HULL TRUCK THEATRE

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

doing the business MON 26, 8PM

SAT 10, 5PM

Dir: Miles Mander United Kingdom 1928 88m

The sex lives of the upper classes come under scrutiny in this sophisticated melodrama, a tour de force of late silent cinema. Alma Reville (Alfred Hitchcock’s wife) worked with Mander to adapt his own novel and play. This is a new restoration from the BFI National Archive.

SAT 24, 3.45PM

By Oliver Goldsmith

2

FILM COURSES

THU 1, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 3, 1PM ENCORE

A WEEKEND OF FILMS

11

ST

TUE 27, 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.

BIKE!

MARCH 2012

SE OU SH AS GL

QUIZZES

THU 8, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

10

ST CLUMBER

MUSIC

For more info see www.broadway.org.uk/music

MARCH 2012

LIVE BY SATELLITE

For more information please go to www.nottingham.ac.uk/raleigh

Tickets £3.50 - includes free drink (selected drinks only).

FRIDAY 30 MARCH - FROM 8PM SUPER MUSIC COLLIDER Nottingham’s hottest new record label takeover the Cafebar with live music, DJs and VJs ‘til late.

09

ST ON MILT

PLUS.. THROUGHOUT MARCH 6 NATIONS RUGBY We are showing all ENGLAND games, and other selected games in our cafebar.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

This year’s Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme looks at narrative creativity by contemporary Japanese directors, in contrast to the recent storm of adaptations, and how they express their voices through cinema. All films have English Subtitles. For more information see www.broadway.org.uk

Dir: Ryosuke Hashiguchi

TUE 20, 8.45PM CINE-BAR: OSS 117 LOST IN RIO (15) Check out an earlier comedy from the team that brought you The Artist. Jean Dujardin plays the suave, sophisticated and utterly clueless French spy Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, France’s answer to James Bond. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed!

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme is produced and organised by The Japan Foundation and supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation

MARCH 2012

BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

MARCH 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

L’ATALANTE

MARCH 2012


ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD

TUE 13, FROM 6PM INDIAN FOOD NIGHT To complement the two Indian-set films we’re showing at this time: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Trishna. TUE 20, FROM 6PM FRENCH FOOD NIGHT To complement the Paris-set Bel Ami.

CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE AUTEURS

SUN 25, 5.45PM

TUE 27, 8PM

FRI 9, 6.15PM

FRI 23, 8PM

A STRANGER OF MINE (15)

DEAR DOCTOR (15)

THE FIRST BORN + LIVE MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY STEPHEN HORNE (15)

ALL AROUND US (15) FILM & TV

The journey of a married couple after the death of a child, and how they each begin to come to terms with its reality.

A celebration of bicycles, pedal power and that most iconic of Nottingham companies - Raleigh, presented by The University of Nottingham with Hanby and Barrett. Look out for archive footage in our lounge, vintage cycles and on Sunday - pedal-powered smoothies!

NT LIVE: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (12A) 180m By William Shakespeare

Two sets of twins separated at birth collide in the same city without meeting for one crazy day, as multiple mistaken identities lead to confusion on a grand scale.

MON 19, 6PM

SAT 24, 8PM

LA GRANDE ILLUSION + SATELLITE Q&A (U)

A MAN’S STORY + FILMMAKERS Q&A (15)

THU 29, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 30, 1PM ENCORE

With English Subtitles

Dir: Varon Bonicos United Kingdom 2010 97m

NT LIVE: SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER (12A) 180m

A special preview of a new restoration of La Grande Illusion, the most lyrical attack that the cinema has ever launched against the institution of war. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Mike Newell and critic Geanette Vincendeau who will talk about the film and Renoir's career.

Dir: Jean Renoir France 1937 113m Starring: Jean Gabin, Dita Parlo

Dir: Kenji Uchida

Dir: Miwa Nishikawa

We witness the events of a single night at a restaurant from the point of view of five different characters. An innovative love story that comically depicts the innocence of men and the tenacity of women.

A young medical graduate opts for a job in a remote mountain village, where everything is not as it seems.

Starring: Madeleine Carroll, Miles Mander

Dir: Tomoyuki Furumaya

Dir: Masayuki Suo

Dir: Takatsugu Naito

Teenager Sadamoto is torn between a desire to please his father and a need to rebel against him, as his middle school teacher.

The story of a young man accused of groping a woman on a Tokyo train, and his battle with the Japanese legal system.

When recording a video message for a matchmaking party, solitary fisherman Manzo makes an unusual discovery.

ALL AROUND US

2009 104m

The powerful true story of the Race Across America, a 3000-mile bicycle race that challenges riders to cross the country in just ten days. They must overcome searing desert heat, agonizing mountain climbs and more. Bicycle Dreams has won over 15 major awards, including Best Documentary at the Las Vegas, Yosemite, Solstice, and Grand Rapids film festivals. The film will be introduced by the only British cyclist ever to complete Race Across America, Chris Hopkinson. The European 24 Hour Champion will also take part in a postscreening Q&A session.

TUE 6, 6PM

THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD (12A) A comic and unsettling documentary about product placement from provocateur Morgan Spurlock.

I Just Didn’t Do It ©2007 FUJI TELEVISION / ALTAMIRA PICTURES / TOHO The Dark Harbour © PFF Partners About Her Brother © 2010 "About Her Brother" Film Partners Dear Doctor © 2004 PFF Partner Heart, Beating In The Dark © “Yami Utsu Shinzo” Partners

A nostalgic selection of archive film curated by the Media Archive for Central England puts the spotlight on Nottingham’s famous cycle firm. From the war years when bicycles made way for armaments to the 1970s when the launch of the Chopper ushered in a whole new youth cycle cult. A full programme of archive films guaranteed to appeal to anyone who’s ever pedalled a Raleigh.

TUE 13, 6PM

MARGIN CALL (15) A thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis.

SAT 17, 5.45PM

THE GUARD (15) Dir: John Michael McDonagh Ireland 2010 96m Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Don Cheadle

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day we’ve brought back this popular Irish crime comedy about a small-town policeman with no interest whatsoever in the international cocaine-smuggling ring that has brought an FBI agent to his door.

★ ALSO SEE... BELLEVILLE RENDEZ-VOUS (P4) & OUR SPECIAL PREVIEW OF THE KID WITH A BIKE (P3)

MY MOVIE

Alan Seaman Wednesday afternoons 2-4pm 10 weeks commencing 18th April £70/ £50 Members and concs We regularly read that a city is ‘almost like a character’ in certain films, so for our latest ten-week course we’ll be travelling around the world examining how some of the major cities have been depicted and how they have, in turn, influenced the films in which they feature.

6 SUN 4, 2PM

SUN 11, 2PM

SUN 18, 2PM

SUN 25, 2PM

MOULIN ROUGE! (12A)

GALAXY QUEST (PG)

Dir: Baz Luhrmann United States

Dir: Dean Parisot United States

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

LAND AND FREEDOM (15)

2001 128m

1999 102m

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

Dir: Ken Loach United Kingdom

Starring: Nicole Kidman,

Starring: Tim Allen,

2010 112m

1995 109m

Ewan McGregor

Sigourney Weaver

Starring: Sally Hawkins,

Starring: Ian Hart

A riotous collision of song, dance, romance, colour and melodrama set in turn-ofthe-century Paris and practically bubbling over with creative fizz!

Aliens, under attack, mistake re-runs of Galaxy Quest, a 1970s sci-fi TV series, for historical documents and beam up the ageing actors in order to save the universe. But now the cast have no script or director to help them...

Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson

In 1968, women machinists at Ford’s Dagenham plant downed tools in protest against sexual discrimination, taking on their corporate paymasters and finally the government itself.

A close-up look at the drama of the Spanish Civil War, and how it played out among the nameless little guys, the fighters in the trenches.

TO ALL THE MONAGHAN FAMILY FROM NIC

IN MEMORY OF MARGARET MCGLADE FROM WOMEN’S AID INTEGRATED SERVICES

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY TO DAVID. HOPE YOU ENJOY THE SHOW!

FROM BERYL AND IAN TO ALL OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS - A COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN FOR WATERAID AFTER THE FILM

FRENCH CREATIVE WRITING / ATELIER D’ÉCRITURE

7

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Helen Gascoyne 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing 19th April, 7-8.30pm (discussion days) £60/£40 Members and concs This course is for the Cinephile who would like to dig a bit deeper and talk about the films they see at Broadway with like-minded individuals. The course will consist of bi-weekly films from the Broadway programme and then in-depth discussions and illustrative analysis the week after.

FROM IDEA TO PUBLICATION

“It’s terrific... thrilling young actors and an impressive new director.”

★★★★ The Guardian “Fuelled by youthful energy, their love burns hot, hard and fast… compelling.” The Stage

5

Lucille Venn Thursday nights 6.30-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £80/ £60 Members and concs This workshop is for advanced speakers of French (or native speakers) who wish to find new ways to express themselves in “la langue de Molière”.

TALK CINEMA

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

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Alex Davis Wednesday nights commencing 2nd May 8 weeks 6.30-9pm £130/ £100 Members and concs This course gives you all the tools you need to discover your writing talent, explore what makes a great story and the information you need to get your story out there with an agent and a publisher.

0115 941 9419 NOTTINGHAMPLAYHOUSE.CO.UK

by William Shakespeare

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. 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. PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

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

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

#starxlovers BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 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. 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. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

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

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THE DARK HARBOUR (15)

Dir: Stephen Auerbach United States

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Graham Lester George Monday evenings 6.30-9pm 8 weeks commencing 16th April £130/ £100 Members and concs This popular course will teach you the following important topics: Premise, outline and film treatment: What they are and what they’re for. Story structure: story from beginning to end. Visual writing: making the movie roll in your head and how to develop characters that you and your audience will believe in.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

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I JUST DIDN’T DO IT (15)

REMEMBERING RALEIGH (UC) United Kingdom 90m

The film will be followed by a Q&A with director Varon Bonicos and producers Al Clark and Rachel Robey.

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Paul Scully Thursday evenings 7-8.30pm 5 weeks commencing 19th April £35/ £25 Members and concs The movies featured in this course are truly unique: special, unusual and the only feature films made by their directors. For various reasons - studio politics, personality clashes and just plain fate - there was no ‘take two’. The films are L’Atalante; Night of the Hunter; One-Eyed Jacks; Charlie Bubbles and Electra Glide in Blue.

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BAD COMPANY (15)

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the ICCSR at Nottingham University Business School. All screenings have an introduction and a post-film discussion.

BICYCLE DREAMS + Q&A (15)

NT LIVE Tickets: £12.50 full £11 concs + members

Cambridge Film Festival

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Owen Davies Tuesday evenings 6.30-9pm 6 weeks commencing 17th April £130/ £100 Members and concs Working with experienced film maker and Broadway’s head of production Owen Davies, this six week course is aimed at people interested in developing their filmmaking skills. Participants will work through the production process exploring pre-production planning, developing ideas, directing, camera techniques, sound and basic editing.

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SUN 11, 3.30PM

One of the great, generous-hearted and ingenious comedies of the English language.

A Man’s Story profiles Ozwald Boateng. Charismatic, glamorous, hard-working and very humanly flawed, Boateng’s personal and professional triumphs and set-backs are the fascinating heart of this film.

For more information contact Eleanor Thornley: e.thornley@broadway.org.uk or call our box office 0115 952 6611.

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EXPERIENCE FILM

A NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE CO-PRODUCTION WITH HEADLONG THEATRE AND THE NUFFIELD, SOUTHAMPTON, IN ASSOCIATION WITH HULL TRUCK THEATRE

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doing the business MON 26, 8PM

SAT 10, 5PM

Dir: Miles Mander United Kingdom 1928 88m

The sex lives of the upper classes come under scrutiny in this sophisticated melodrama, a tour de force of late silent cinema. Alma Reville (Alfred Hitchcock’s wife) worked with Mander to adapt his own novel and play. This is a new restoration from the BFI National Archive.

SAT 24, 3.45PM

By Oliver Goldsmith

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FILM COURSES

THU 1, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 3, 1PM ENCORE

A WEEKEND OF FILMS

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TUE 27, 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.

BIKE!

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QUIZZES

THU 8, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

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MUSIC

For more info see www.broadway.org.uk/music

MARCH 2012

LIVE BY SATELLITE

For more information please go to www.nottingham.ac.uk/raleigh

Tickets £3.50 - includes free drink (selected drinks only).

FRIDAY 30 MARCH - FROM 8PM SUPER MUSIC COLLIDER Nottingham’s hottest new record label takeover the Cafebar with live music, DJs and VJs ‘til late.

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PLUS.. THROUGHOUT MARCH 6 NATIONS RUGBY We are showing all ENGLAND games, and other selected games in our cafebar.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

This year’s Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme looks at narrative creativity by contemporary Japanese directors, in contrast to the recent storm of adaptations, and how they express their voices through cinema. All films have English Subtitles. For more information see www.broadway.org.uk

Dir: Ryosuke Hashiguchi

TUE 20, 8.45PM CINE-BAR: OSS 117 LOST IN RIO (15) Check out an earlier comedy from the team that brought you The Artist. Jean Dujardin plays the suave, sophisticated and utterly clueless French spy Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, France’s answer to James Bond. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed!

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme is produced and organised by The Japan Foundation and supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation

MARCH 2012

BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

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

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DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

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MARCH 2012

March 2012 Brochure  

Broadway's March Brochure

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