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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MARCH 2014

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

Sat 1

SAT 1, 3PM

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m See website for details FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

FROM FRI 28

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15)

WAKE IN FRIGHT (18)

UNDER THE SKIN (15)

THE ROCKET (12A)

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15)

STARRED UP (18)

THE MACHINE (CERT TBC)

THE PAST (12A)

Dir: Ted Kotcheff Australia 1971 108m

Dir: Jonathan Glazer United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: David Mackenzie United Kingdom 2014

Dir: Caradog James United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A)

Dir: Wes Anderson United States 2014 100m

Starring: Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence

108m

Dir: Kim Mordaunt Australia 2013 96m

Dir: Jalil Lespert France 2014 106m

106m

90m

Dir: Asghar Farhadi France 2013 130m

Dir: Morgan Neville United States 2014 91m

FROM FRI 7

NEBRASKA (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

115m Starring: Will Forte, Bruce Dern

NYMPH()MANIAC Vols 1&2 (18) 285m (118m + 123m)

After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a booze-addled and cantankerous father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim the million dollar Mega Sweepstakes prize he thinks he’s won. From the director of Sideways and The Descendants, Nebraska tells the stories of family life in the heartland of America with a stand out performance from Bruce Dern, who won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival.

MARCH 2014

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

(18) 100m

“A thoroughly sweet and charming movie.” The Guardian

Starring: Ali Mosaffa, Bérénice Bejo,

Jonathan Glazer’s audacious adaptation of Michel Faber’s extraordinary novel is the kind of mysterious, spellbinding cinema you only experience once in a generation. Strikingly original in look and execution, it offers an unsettling exploration of loneliness and alienation located in a desolate Glasgow that feels as remote as a distant planet. Scarlett Johansson is unforgettable as an alien entity who falls to earth in Scotland and assumes the form of a sexy seductress. She cruises the streets of Glasgow, a seemingly innocent damsel in distress, luring her unsuspecting victims to their doom. Glasgow Film Festival

Sitthiphon Disamoe

The first of two films out this year dedicated to the French fashion legend offers a look at the life of a man considered more a great artist than a simple clothes designer. Saint Laurent was the first designer to have a retrospective of his work at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City and many of his collections were considered to be groundbreaking. Lespert’s film focuses on Saint Laurent from his early days as assistant to Christian Dior to the setting up of his own haute couture fashion house and his eventual downward spiral into drink and drugs. Alongside the stunning recreation of post-war France and a fascinating glimpse into the fashion world of the 50s, 60s and 70s, the film boasts exquisite central performances from Pierre Niney as Saint Laurent and Guillaume Gallienne as his life-partner and right-hand man, Pierre Berger.

A complex father/son relationship is viewed through a brutal depiction of prison life in Starred Up, one of the most powerful and assured films of David Mackenzie’s career. Jack O’Connell, who started out at Nottingham’s very own Television Workshop, gives an extraordinary performance as Eric, a teenage young offender so aggressive and unpredictable that he is prematurely moved to an adult prison. His fellow inmates include Neville, the father he hasn’t seen since he was five. Neville is caught between protecting him and punishing him, provoking an increasingly tense situation in which Eric fights to be true to himself. Glasgow Film Festival

With an impoverished world plunged into a new Cold War, British scientist Vincent is on the brink of developing a gamechanging weapon - an android called The Machine… In a time when science fiction is very much of the bigger-isbetter-is-louder variety it’s refreshing to have a film like The Machine to be reminded of the glory days. As beautiful as it is – and it is stunning – it’s the narrative and the questions it asks that raise the film to the highest ranks of the genre. This is the thinking person’s science fiction, a movie that will have you looking at your technology in a whole new way. Raindance Film Festival

Tahar Rahim

Set against the lush backdrop of rural Laos, this spirited, fable-like family drama from Australia tells the story of scrappy ten-year-old Ahlo, who yearns to break free from his ill-fated destiny. After his village is displaced to make way for a massive dam, Ahlo escapes with his father and grandmother through the Laotian outback in search of a new home. Along the way, they come across a rocket festival with a competition that offers a lucrative, but dangerous, chance for a new beginning. Leeds International Film Festival

FROM FRI 14

BASTARDS (18) With English Subtitles Dir: Claire Denis France 2013 100m Starring: Chiara Mastroianni, Vincent Lindon

Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. 20 Feet From Stardom shines a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. Triumphant and heartbreaking in equal measure, the film is both a tribute to the unsung voices who brought shape and style to popular music and a reflection on the conflicts, sacrifices and rewards of a career spent harmonising with others. The film juxtaposes interviews with industry legends and the relative unknowns who support them as they illuminate the art of melding their own distinct voices with lead vocals and reveal their desires for careers as solo artists.

Travelling to Paris from Tehran to finalise his divorce, an Iranian man finds himself suddenly and tragically drawn back into the lives of his ex (Bérénice Bejo, The Artist) and her daughter, in the exquisitely written and magnificently acted new film from Academy Award-winning director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation). “The Past’s intricate characters, emotionally complex narrative and unexpected revelations confirm Asghar Farhadi’s mastery of filmmaking and storytelling.” AFI Festival

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

With English Subtitles Dir: Jean Cocteau France 1946 93m Starring: Josette

See website for details

Day, Mila Parely

One of the most beautiful movies ever made, and regularly hailed as the best film ever made from a fairy tale. THU 13, 10.30AM &1.30PM INTRODUCTION AT 1.30PM **ALSO SCREENING AT 8PM**

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (12A) 92m Charles Laughton’s visually ravishing southern Gothic 1955 masterpiece, The Night of the Hunter is one of the cinema’s great one-offs. A widely misunderstood flop at the time, it’s now regarded as one of the greatest of all American films.

TUE 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Mon 3

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m The story of a spirited young girl who transforms the lives of those around her when she is sent to live with a foster family in World War II Germany.

THE JUNGLE BOOK (U) Dir: Wolfgang Reitherman United States 1967 75m

A rare chance to see one of Disney’s most joyous classics on the big screen.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 5

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50. Thu 6

SAT 22, 1.30PM

TINTIN AND THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15) 100m See page 1 for details

Fri 7

Dir: Jean-Jacques Vierne France 1961 98m

Sat 8

Starring: Jean-Pierre Talbot, Georges Wilson

A spirited live-action take on the iconic comic creation.

SAT 29, 1PM

SAT 29, 2PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THE ROCKET (12A) 96m

A fun-packed family animation.

Lovable fairy Tink and friends tussle with pirates to retrieve their pixie dust in this fun-packed family animation.

See page 2 for details

Tue 4

SAT 15, 2.30PM

French Cinema Review

NYFF

NEBRASKA

STRANGER BY THE LAKE

Starring: Caity Lotz, Toby Stephens

Claire Denis’s jagged, daringly fragmented and very darkest film visually, psychologically, and politically is that rarest of cinematic narratives, a genuinely contemporary film noir. Inspired by recent French sex ring scandals involving men of wealth and power, Denis positions the superb Vincent Lindon as the movie’s moral and erotic center. Shooting digitally for the first time, Denis and her long-time camerawoman Agnès Godard impart their trademark tactility to every image.

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (15) 123m

Starring: Jack O’Connell, Rupert Friend

“Visually and aurally audacious and as slippery in form as its central character… Glazer has created an entirely distinctive film, both creepy and luminous in its metaphysical precision.” BFI

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2013

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

Starring: Pierre Niney, Guillaume Gallienne

20 FEET FROM STARDOM

CONTINUING INTO MARCH

“Powerful, genuinely shocking and rather amazing.” Roger Ebert

Starring: Loungnam Kaosainam,

THE PAST

UNDER THE SKIN YVES SAINT LAURENT STARRED UP THE PAST 2O FEET FROM STARDOM

Starring: Scarlett Johansson

STARRED UP

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

Director Wes Anderson heads to Europe for the first time with the story of Gustave H, the legendary concierge of the famous Grand Budapest Hotel between the wars. Young Zero Moustafa becomes Gustave’s trusted protégé and closest ally when the disputed ownership of priceless Renaissance painting “Boy with Apple” threatens to escalate into an international scandal. Love, death, fractured families, surrogate fathers and broken hearts are all part of the riotous mix in a perfect blend of style, substance and unforgettable characters.

Widely acknowledged as one of the seminal films in the development of modern Australian cinema, Wake in Fright tells the nightmarish story of a school teacher’s descent into personal demoralisation at the hands of drunken, deranged derelicts while stranded in a small town in outback Australia. Believed to be lost for decades this Ozploitation masterpiece has at long last been rediscovered, resurrected and fully restored.

BASTARDS

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton

SAT 8, 12.45 & 3PM

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

The Book Thief 12A See web 3:00 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Only Lovers Left... 15 See web 12:15 Stranger By the Lake 18 See web NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Untouchable 15 p11 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

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BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 5:00 5:30

8:00

Sun 9

8:15 8:30 6:00

5:00 Mon 10

Sun 2

LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE (PG)

05

11:15 12:00

5:00 5:30 2:45

8:00 8:15

4:30 7:15

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A p9 12:00 Jurassic Park PG p11 2:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:00

8:30 7:45

Tue 18

8:15 4:30

Tue 11 12:00 2:00

5:00 5:30

Wed 19

8:30 7:45 Thu 20 8:15 8:00

2:45 5:15

Wed 12

6:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Goldfrapp: Tales of Us 12A p9 Go online for full schedule

2:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Robin Ince p10 Go online for full schedule

2:00

5:00 5:30

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

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

Fri 21

5:15

3:00

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

2:45

Sat 22

5:15

8:00 Thu 13 8:15

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

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

8:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1 Night of the Hunter 12A p4 10:30 1:30 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

6:00

8:30 7:45

5:30 8:15 5:15

Fri 14 8:30 8:00

The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

5:00 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 2:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 12:00 La Belle et La Bete PG p4 12:45 3:00

Sat 15

6:00 8:30 7:45

Sun 23

Sun 16

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

6:00 5:45 5:30 TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 12:45 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:30 3:15 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 TIME TBC The Jungle Book U 2:30 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 4:55 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:45 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 time tbc The Sound of Music U p11 2:00 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 12:00 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

Mon 24

Tue 25 8:15 8:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 3:15 3:00 TIME

8:30 8:15 7:45

Thu 27

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 The Grand Budapest Hotel Silver Screenings 10:30 Go online for full schedule

3:15

8:30 8:15 7:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Otakus in Love 15 p8

3:30 3:00 3:45

Fri 28 6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15

9:00

TBC

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Sun 30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Monty Python’s Life of Brian 15 p11 2:00 Go online for full schedule

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Mon 31

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Jon Ronson p10 Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 6:00

7:45 8:30 8:15

9:00

6:00

8:45

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy U p4 2:00 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy Supportive Environment Screening U p4 1:00 Go online for full schedule

4:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 4:00 Starred Up 18 p2 Shindo 12A p8 Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece PG p4 1:30

6:15 5:45

Sat 29 6:30 8:45

8:30

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

8:30 8:15

6:15 5:45

6:00 TBC 6:30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Svengali + Q&A p10 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: The Big Lebowski 15 - Cafebar from 10.30PM

1:30 6:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 3:45 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 TIME Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 10:30 1:30 Starred Up 18 p2 Capturing Dad 12A p9 The Double Preview + Live by Satellite Q&A p10 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 6:15 5:30

8:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:30 Starred Up 18 p2 4:30 Colorful 12A p8 Made in Dagenham 15 p11 2:00

6:00 5:30 6:30

8:30

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 The Story of Yonosuke 15 p8

6:00 5:30 6:30

9:00 7:00 8:00

8:00 8:15 8:30

2:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

8:15 5:45

3:15

7:15

2:00 1:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

Mon 17

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

Wed 26

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Your Friends 12A p8 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Love Strikes! 12A p9 French Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

3:45

8:30 9:00

4:00

3:45

6:15

8:45 7:45

6:00

8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 4:00

3:45

6:15 5:30

8:45

6:00

8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 4:00 6:15 5:45

8:45

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MARCH 2014

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

Sat 1

SAT 1, 3PM

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m See website for details FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

FROM FRI 28

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15)

WAKE IN FRIGHT (18)

UNDER THE SKIN (15)

THE ROCKET (12A)

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15)

STARRED UP (18)

THE MACHINE (CERT TBC)

THE PAST (12A)

Dir: Ted Kotcheff Australia 1971 108m

Dir: Jonathan Glazer United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: David Mackenzie United Kingdom 2014

Dir: Caradog James United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A)

Dir: Wes Anderson United States 2014 100m

Starring: Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence

108m

Dir: Kim Mordaunt Australia 2013 96m

Dir: Jalil Lespert France 2014 106m

106m

90m

Dir: Asghar Farhadi France 2013 130m

Dir: Morgan Neville United States 2014 91m

FROM FRI 7

NEBRASKA (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

115m Starring: Will Forte, Bruce Dern

NYMPH()MANIAC Vols 1&2 (18) 285m (118m + 123m)

After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a booze-addled and cantankerous father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim the million dollar Mega Sweepstakes prize he thinks he’s won. From the director of Sideways and The Descendants, Nebraska tells the stories of family life in the heartland of America with a stand out performance from Bruce Dern, who won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival.

MARCH 2014

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

(18) 100m

“A thoroughly sweet and charming movie.” The Guardian

Starring: Ali Mosaffa, Bérénice Bejo,

Jonathan Glazer’s audacious adaptation of Michel Faber’s extraordinary novel is the kind of mysterious, spellbinding cinema you only experience once in a generation. Strikingly original in look and execution, it offers an unsettling exploration of loneliness and alienation located in a desolate Glasgow that feels as remote as a distant planet. Scarlett Johansson is unforgettable as an alien entity who falls to earth in Scotland and assumes the form of a sexy seductress. She cruises the streets of Glasgow, a seemingly innocent damsel in distress, luring her unsuspecting victims to their doom. Glasgow Film Festival

Sitthiphon Disamoe

The first of two films out this year dedicated to the French fashion legend offers a look at the life of a man considered more a great artist than a simple clothes designer. Saint Laurent was the first designer to have a retrospective of his work at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City and many of his collections were considered to be groundbreaking. Lespert’s film focuses on Saint Laurent from his early days as assistant to Christian Dior to the setting up of his own haute couture fashion house and his eventual downward spiral into drink and drugs. Alongside the stunning recreation of post-war France and a fascinating glimpse into the fashion world of the 50s, 60s and 70s, the film boasts exquisite central performances from Pierre Niney as Saint Laurent and Guillaume Gallienne as his life-partner and right-hand man, Pierre Berger.

A complex father/son relationship is viewed through a brutal depiction of prison life in Starred Up, one of the most powerful and assured films of David Mackenzie’s career. Jack O’Connell, who started out at Nottingham’s very own Television Workshop, gives an extraordinary performance as Eric, a teenage young offender so aggressive and unpredictable that he is prematurely moved to an adult prison. His fellow inmates include Neville, the father he hasn’t seen since he was five. Neville is caught between protecting him and punishing him, provoking an increasingly tense situation in which Eric fights to be true to himself. Glasgow Film Festival

With an impoverished world plunged into a new Cold War, British scientist Vincent is on the brink of developing a gamechanging weapon - an android called The Machine… In a time when science fiction is very much of the bigger-isbetter-is-louder variety it’s refreshing to have a film like The Machine to be reminded of the glory days. As beautiful as it is – and it is stunning – it’s the narrative and the questions it asks that raise the film to the highest ranks of the genre. This is the thinking person’s science fiction, a movie that will have you looking at your technology in a whole new way. Raindance Film Festival

Tahar Rahim

Set against the lush backdrop of rural Laos, this spirited, fable-like family drama from Australia tells the story of scrappy ten-year-old Ahlo, who yearns to break free from his ill-fated destiny. After his village is displaced to make way for a massive dam, Ahlo escapes with his father and grandmother through the Laotian outback in search of a new home. Along the way, they come across a rocket festival with a competition that offers a lucrative, but dangerous, chance for a new beginning. Leeds International Film Festival

FROM FRI 14

BASTARDS (18) With English Subtitles Dir: Claire Denis France 2013 100m Starring: Chiara Mastroianni, Vincent Lindon

Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. 20 Feet From Stardom shines a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. Triumphant and heartbreaking in equal measure, the film is both a tribute to the unsung voices who brought shape and style to popular music and a reflection on the conflicts, sacrifices and rewards of a career spent harmonising with others. The film juxtaposes interviews with industry legends and the relative unknowns who support them as they illuminate the art of melding their own distinct voices with lead vocals and reveal their desires for careers as solo artists.

Travelling to Paris from Tehran to finalise his divorce, an Iranian man finds himself suddenly and tragically drawn back into the lives of his ex (Bérénice Bejo, The Artist) and her daughter, in the exquisitely written and magnificently acted new film from Academy Award-winning director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation). “The Past’s intricate characters, emotionally complex narrative and unexpected revelations confirm Asghar Farhadi’s mastery of filmmaking and storytelling.” AFI Festival

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

With English Subtitles Dir: Jean Cocteau France 1946 93m Starring: Josette

See website for details

Day, Mila Parely

One of the most beautiful movies ever made, and regularly hailed as the best film ever made from a fairy tale. THU 13, 10.30AM &1.30PM INTRODUCTION AT 1.30PM **ALSO SCREENING AT 8PM**

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (12A) 92m Charles Laughton’s visually ravishing southern Gothic 1955 masterpiece, The Night of the Hunter is one of the cinema’s great one-offs. A widely misunderstood flop at the time, it’s now regarded as one of the greatest of all American films.

TUE 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Mon 3

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m The story of a spirited young girl who transforms the lives of those around her when she is sent to live with a foster family in World War II Germany.

THE JUNGLE BOOK (U) Dir: Wolfgang Reitherman United States 1967 75m

A rare chance to see one of Disney’s most joyous classics on the big screen.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 5

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50. Thu 6

SAT 22, 1.30PM

TINTIN AND THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15) 100m See page 1 for details

Fri 7

Dir: Jean-Jacques Vierne France 1961 98m

Sat 8

Starring: Jean-Pierre Talbot, Georges Wilson

A spirited live-action take on the iconic comic creation.

SAT 29, 1PM

SAT 29, 2PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THE ROCKET (12A) 96m

A fun-packed family animation.

Lovable fairy Tink and friends tussle with pirates to retrieve their pixie dust in this fun-packed family animation.

See page 2 for details

Tue 4

SAT 15, 2.30PM

French Cinema Review

NYFF

NEBRASKA

STRANGER BY THE LAKE

Starring: Caity Lotz, Toby Stephens

Claire Denis’s jagged, daringly fragmented and very darkest film visually, psychologically, and politically is that rarest of cinematic narratives, a genuinely contemporary film noir. Inspired by recent French sex ring scandals involving men of wealth and power, Denis positions the superb Vincent Lindon as the movie’s moral and erotic center. Shooting digitally for the first time, Denis and her long-time camerawoman Agnès Godard impart their trademark tactility to every image.

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (15) 123m

Starring: Jack O’Connell, Rupert Friend

“Visually and aurally audacious and as slippery in form as its central character… Glazer has created an entirely distinctive film, both creepy and luminous in its metaphysical precision.” BFI

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2013

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

Starring: Pierre Niney, Guillaume Gallienne

20 FEET FROM STARDOM

CONTINUING INTO MARCH

“Powerful, genuinely shocking and rather amazing.” Roger Ebert

Starring: Loungnam Kaosainam,

THE PAST

UNDER THE SKIN YVES SAINT LAURENT STARRED UP THE PAST 2O FEET FROM STARDOM

Starring: Scarlett Johansson

STARRED UP

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

Director Wes Anderson heads to Europe for the first time with the story of Gustave H, the legendary concierge of the famous Grand Budapest Hotel between the wars. Young Zero Moustafa becomes Gustave’s trusted protégé and closest ally when the disputed ownership of priceless Renaissance painting “Boy with Apple” threatens to escalate into an international scandal. Love, death, fractured families, surrogate fathers and broken hearts are all part of the riotous mix in a perfect blend of style, substance and unforgettable characters.

Widely acknowledged as one of the seminal films in the development of modern Australian cinema, Wake in Fright tells the nightmarish story of a school teacher’s descent into personal demoralisation at the hands of drunken, deranged derelicts while stranded in a small town in outback Australia. Believed to be lost for decades this Ozploitation masterpiece has at long last been rediscovered, resurrected and fully restored.

BASTARDS

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton

SAT 8, 12.45 & 3PM

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

The Book Thief 12A See web 3:00 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Only Lovers Left... 15 See web 12:15 Stranger By the Lake 18 See web NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Untouchable 15 p11 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

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BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 5:00 5:30

8:00

Sun 9

8:15 8:30 6:00

5:00 Mon 10

Sun 2

LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE (PG)

05

11:15 12:00

5:00 5:30 2:45

8:00 8:15

4:30 7:15

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A p9 12:00 Jurassic Park PG p11 2:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:00

8:30 7:45

Tue 18

8:15 4:30

Tue 11 12:00 2:00

5:00 5:30

Wed 19

8:30 7:45 Thu 20 8:15 8:00

2:45 5:15

Wed 12

6:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Goldfrapp: Tales of Us 12A p9 Go online for full schedule

2:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Robin Ince p10 Go online for full schedule

2:00

5:00 5:30

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

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

Fri 21

5:15

3:00

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

2:45

Sat 22

5:15

8:00 Thu 13 8:15

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

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

8:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1 Night of the Hunter 12A p4 10:30 1:30 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

6:00

8:30 7:45

5:30 8:15 5:15

Fri 14 8:30 8:00

The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

5:00 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 2:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 12:00 La Belle et La Bete PG p4 12:45 3:00

Sat 15

6:00 8:30 7:45

Sun 23

Sun 16

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

6:00 5:45 5:30 TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 12:45 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:30 3:15 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 TIME TBC The Jungle Book U 2:30 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 4:55 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:45 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 time tbc The Sound of Music U p11 2:00 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 12:00 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

Mon 24

Tue 25 8:15 8:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 3:15 3:00 TIME

8:30 8:15 7:45

Thu 27

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 The Grand Budapest Hotel Silver Screenings 10:30 Go online for full schedule

3:15

8:30 8:15 7:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Otakus in Love 15 p8

3:30 3:00 3:45

Fri 28 6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15

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TBC

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Sun 30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Monty Python’s Life of Brian 15 p11 2:00 Go online for full schedule

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Mon 31

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Jon Ronson p10 Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 6:00

7:45 8:30 8:15

9:00

6:00

8:45

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy U p4 2:00 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy Supportive Environment Screening U p4 1:00 Go online for full schedule

4:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 4:00 Starred Up 18 p2 Shindo 12A p8 Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece PG p4 1:30

6:15 5:45

Sat 29 6:30 8:45

8:30

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

8:30 8:15

6:15 5:45

6:00 TBC 6:30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Svengali + Q&A p10 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: The Big Lebowski 15 - Cafebar from 10.30PM

1:30 6:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 3:45 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 TIME Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 10:30 1:30 Starred Up 18 p2 Capturing Dad 12A p9 The Double Preview + Live by Satellite Q&A p10 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 6:15 5:30

8:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:30 Starred Up 18 p2 4:30 Colorful 12A p8 Made in Dagenham 15 p11 2:00

6:00 5:30 6:30

8:30

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 The Story of Yonosuke 15 p8

6:00 5:30 6:30

9:00 7:00 8:00

8:00 8:15 8:30

2:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

8:15 5:45

3:15

7:15

2:00 1:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

Mon 17

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

Wed 26

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Your Friends 12A p8 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Love Strikes! 12A p9 French Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

3:45

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8:45 7:45

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8:30 8:15

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3:45

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Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MARCH 2014

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

Sat 1

SAT 1, 3PM

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m See website for details FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

FROM FRI 28

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15)

WAKE IN FRIGHT (18)

UNDER THE SKIN (15)

THE ROCKET (12A)

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15)

STARRED UP (18)

THE MACHINE (CERT TBC)

THE PAST (12A)

Dir: Ted Kotcheff Australia 1971 108m

Dir: Jonathan Glazer United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: David Mackenzie United Kingdom 2014

Dir: Caradog James United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A)

Dir: Wes Anderson United States 2014 100m

Starring: Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence

108m

Dir: Kim Mordaunt Australia 2013 96m

Dir: Jalil Lespert France 2014 106m

106m

90m

Dir: Asghar Farhadi France 2013 130m

Dir: Morgan Neville United States 2014 91m

FROM FRI 7

NEBRASKA (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

115m Starring: Will Forte, Bruce Dern

NYMPH()MANIAC Vols 1&2 (18) 285m (118m + 123m)

After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a booze-addled and cantankerous father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim the million dollar Mega Sweepstakes prize he thinks he’s won. From the director of Sideways and The Descendants, Nebraska tells the stories of family life in the heartland of America with a stand out performance from Bruce Dern, who won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival.

MARCH 2014

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

(18) 100m

“A thoroughly sweet and charming movie.” The Guardian

Starring: Ali Mosaffa, Bérénice Bejo,

Jonathan Glazer’s audacious adaptation of Michel Faber’s extraordinary novel is the kind of mysterious, spellbinding cinema you only experience once in a generation. Strikingly original in look and execution, it offers an unsettling exploration of loneliness and alienation located in a desolate Glasgow that feels as remote as a distant planet. Scarlett Johansson is unforgettable as an alien entity who falls to earth in Scotland and assumes the form of a sexy seductress. She cruises the streets of Glasgow, a seemingly innocent damsel in distress, luring her unsuspecting victims to their doom. Glasgow Film Festival

Sitthiphon Disamoe

The first of two films out this year dedicated to the French fashion legend offers a look at the life of a man considered more a great artist than a simple clothes designer. Saint Laurent was the first designer to have a retrospective of his work at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City and many of his collections were considered to be groundbreaking. Lespert’s film focuses on Saint Laurent from his early days as assistant to Christian Dior to the setting up of his own haute couture fashion house and his eventual downward spiral into drink and drugs. Alongside the stunning recreation of post-war France and a fascinating glimpse into the fashion world of the 50s, 60s and 70s, the film boasts exquisite central performances from Pierre Niney as Saint Laurent and Guillaume Gallienne as his life-partner and right-hand man, Pierre Berger.

A complex father/son relationship is viewed through a brutal depiction of prison life in Starred Up, one of the most powerful and assured films of David Mackenzie’s career. Jack O’Connell, who started out at Nottingham’s very own Television Workshop, gives an extraordinary performance as Eric, a teenage young offender so aggressive and unpredictable that he is prematurely moved to an adult prison. His fellow inmates include Neville, the father he hasn’t seen since he was five. Neville is caught between protecting him and punishing him, provoking an increasingly tense situation in which Eric fights to be true to himself. Glasgow Film Festival

With an impoverished world plunged into a new Cold War, British scientist Vincent is on the brink of developing a gamechanging weapon - an android called The Machine… In a time when science fiction is very much of the bigger-isbetter-is-louder variety it’s refreshing to have a film like The Machine to be reminded of the glory days. As beautiful as it is – and it is stunning – it’s the narrative and the questions it asks that raise the film to the highest ranks of the genre. This is the thinking person’s science fiction, a movie that will have you looking at your technology in a whole new way. Raindance Film Festival

Tahar Rahim

Set against the lush backdrop of rural Laos, this spirited, fable-like family drama from Australia tells the story of scrappy ten-year-old Ahlo, who yearns to break free from his ill-fated destiny. After his village is displaced to make way for a massive dam, Ahlo escapes with his father and grandmother through the Laotian outback in search of a new home. Along the way, they come across a rocket festival with a competition that offers a lucrative, but dangerous, chance for a new beginning. Leeds International Film Festival

FROM FRI 14

BASTARDS (18) With English Subtitles Dir: Claire Denis France 2013 100m Starring: Chiara Mastroianni, Vincent Lindon

Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. 20 Feet From Stardom shines a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. Triumphant and heartbreaking in equal measure, the film is both a tribute to the unsung voices who brought shape and style to popular music and a reflection on the conflicts, sacrifices and rewards of a career spent harmonising with others. The film juxtaposes interviews with industry legends and the relative unknowns who support them as they illuminate the art of melding their own distinct voices with lead vocals and reveal their desires for careers as solo artists.

Travelling to Paris from Tehran to finalise his divorce, an Iranian man finds himself suddenly and tragically drawn back into the lives of his ex (Bérénice Bejo, The Artist) and her daughter, in the exquisitely written and magnificently acted new film from Academy Award-winning director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation). “The Past’s intricate characters, emotionally complex narrative and unexpected revelations confirm Asghar Farhadi’s mastery of filmmaking and storytelling.” AFI Festival

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

With English Subtitles Dir: Jean Cocteau France 1946 93m Starring: Josette

See website for details

Day, Mila Parely

One of the most beautiful movies ever made, and regularly hailed as the best film ever made from a fairy tale. THU 13, 10.30AM &1.30PM INTRODUCTION AT 1.30PM **ALSO SCREENING AT 8PM**

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (12A) 92m Charles Laughton’s visually ravishing southern Gothic 1955 masterpiece, The Night of the Hunter is one of the cinema’s great one-offs. A widely misunderstood flop at the time, it’s now regarded as one of the greatest of all American films.

TUE 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Mon 3

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m The story of a spirited young girl who transforms the lives of those around her when she is sent to live with a foster family in World War II Germany.

THE JUNGLE BOOK (U) Dir: Wolfgang Reitherman United States 1967 75m

A rare chance to see one of Disney’s most joyous classics on the big screen.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 5

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50. Thu 6

SAT 22, 1.30PM

TINTIN AND THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15) 100m See page 1 for details

Fri 7

Dir: Jean-Jacques Vierne France 1961 98m

Sat 8

Starring: Jean-Pierre Talbot, Georges Wilson

A spirited live-action take on the iconic comic creation.

SAT 29, 1PM

SAT 29, 2PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THE ROCKET (12A) 96m

A fun-packed family animation.

Lovable fairy Tink and friends tussle with pirates to retrieve their pixie dust in this fun-packed family animation.

See page 2 for details

Tue 4

SAT 15, 2.30PM

French Cinema Review

NYFF

NEBRASKA

STRANGER BY THE LAKE

Starring: Caity Lotz, Toby Stephens

Claire Denis’s jagged, daringly fragmented and very darkest film visually, psychologically, and politically is that rarest of cinematic narratives, a genuinely contemporary film noir. Inspired by recent French sex ring scandals involving men of wealth and power, Denis positions the superb Vincent Lindon as the movie’s moral and erotic center. Shooting digitally for the first time, Denis and her long-time camerawoman Agnès Godard impart their trademark tactility to every image.

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (15) 123m

Starring: Jack O’Connell, Rupert Friend

“Visually and aurally audacious and as slippery in form as its central character… Glazer has created an entirely distinctive film, both creepy and luminous in its metaphysical precision.” BFI

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2013

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

Starring: Pierre Niney, Guillaume Gallienne

20 FEET FROM STARDOM

CONTINUING INTO MARCH

“Powerful, genuinely shocking and rather amazing.” Roger Ebert

Starring: Loungnam Kaosainam,

THE PAST

UNDER THE SKIN YVES SAINT LAURENT STARRED UP THE PAST 2O FEET FROM STARDOM

Starring: Scarlett Johansson

STARRED UP

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

Director Wes Anderson heads to Europe for the first time with the story of Gustave H, the legendary concierge of the famous Grand Budapest Hotel between the wars. Young Zero Moustafa becomes Gustave’s trusted protégé and closest ally when the disputed ownership of priceless Renaissance painting “Boy with Apple” threatens to escalate into an international scandal. Love, death, fractured families, surrogate fathers and broken hearts are all part of the riotous mix in a perfect blend of style, substance and unforgettable characters.

Widely acknowledged as one of the seminal films in the development of modern Australian cinema, Wake in Fright tells the nightmarish story of a school teacher’s descent into personal demoralisation at the hands of drunken, deranged derelicts while stranded in a small town in outback Australia. Believed to be lost for decades this Ozploitation masterpiece has at long last been rediscovered, resurrected and fully restored.

BASTARDS

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton

SAT 8, 12.45 & 3PM

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

The Book Thief 12A See web 3:00 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Only Lovers Left... 15 See web 12:15 Stranger By the Lake 18 See web NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Untouchable 15 p11 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

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BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 5:00 5:30

8:00

Sun 9

8:15 8:30 6:00

5:00 Mon 10

Sun 2

LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE (PG)

05

11:15 12:00

5:00 5:30 2:45

8:00 8:15

4:30 7:15

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A p9 12:00 Jurassic Park PG p11 2:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:00

8:30 7:45

Tue 18

8:15 4:30

Tue 11 12:00 2:00

5:00 5:30

Wed 19

8:30 7:45 Thu 20 8:15 8:00

2:45 5:15

Wed 12

6:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Goldfrapp: Tales of Us 12A p9 Go online for full schedule

2:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Robin Ince p10 Go online for full schedule

2:00

5:00 5:30

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

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

Fri 21

5:15

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

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Sat 22

5:15

8:00 Thu 13 8:15

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

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

8:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1 Night of the Hunter 12A p4 10:30 1:30 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

6:00

8:30 7:45

5:30 8:15 5:15

Fri 14 8:30 8:00

The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

5:00 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 2:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 12:00 La Belle et La Bete PG p4 12:45 3:00

Sat 15

6:00 8:30 7:45

Sun 23

Sun 16

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

6:00 5:45 5:30 TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 12:45 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:30 3:15 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 TIME TBC The Jungle Book U 2:30 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 4:55 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:45 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 time tbc The Sound of Music U p11 2:00 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 12:00 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

Mon 24

Tue 25 8:15 8:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 3:15 3:00 TIME

8:30 8:15 7:45

Thu 27

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 The Grand Budapest Hotel Silver Screenings 10:30 Go online for full schedule

3:15

8:30 8:15 7:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Otakus in Love 15 p8

3:30 3:00 3:45

Fri 28 6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15

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7:45 8:30 8:15

Sun 30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Monty Python’s Life of Brian 15 p11 2:00 Go online for full schedule

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Mon 31

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Jon Ronson p10 Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 6:00

7:45 8:30 8:15

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The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy U p4 2:00 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy Supportive Environment Screening U p4 1:00 Go online for full schedule

4:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 4:00 Starred Up 18 p2 Shindo 12A p8 Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece PG p4 1:30

6:15 5:45

Sat 29 6:30 8:45

8:30

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

8:30 8:15

6:15 5:45

6:00 TBC 6:30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Svengali + Q&A p10 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: The Big Lebowski 15 - Cafebar from 10.30PM

1:30 6:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 3:45 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 TIME Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 10:30 1:30 Starred Up 18 p2 Capturing Dad 12A p9 The Double Preview + Live by Satellite Q&A p10 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 6:15 5:30

8:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:30 Starred Up 18 p2 4:30 Colorful 12A p8 Made in Dagenham 15 p11 2:00

6:00 5:30 6:30

8:30

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 The Story of Yonosuke 15 p8

6:00 5:30 6:30

9:00 7:00 8:00

8:00 8:15 8:30

2:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

8:15 5:45

3:15

7:15

2:00 1:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

Mon 17

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

Wed 26

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Your Friends 12A p8 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Love Strikes! 12A p9 French Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

3:45

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Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MARCH 2014

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

Sat 1

SAT 1, 3PM

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m See website for details FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

FROM FRI 28

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15)

WAKE IN FRIGHT (18)

UNDER THE SKIN (15)

THE ROCKET (12A)

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15)

STARRED UP (18)

THE MACHINE (CERT TBC)

THE PAST (12A)

Dir: Ted Kotcheff Australia 1971 108m

Dir: Jonathan Glazer United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: David Mackenzie United Kingdom 2014

Dir: Caradog James United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A)

Dir: Wes Anderson United States 2014 100m

Starring: Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence

108m

Dir: Kim Mordaunt Australia 2013 96m

Dir: Jalil Lespert France 2014 106m

106m

90m

Dir: Asghar Farhadi France 2013 130m

Dir: Morgan Neville United States 2014 91m

FROM FRI 7

NEBRASKA (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

115m Starring: Will Forte, Bruce Dern

NYMPH()MANIAC Vols 1&2 (18) 285m (118m + 123m)

After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a booze-addled and cantankerous father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim the million dollar Mega Sweepstakes prize he thinks he’s won. From the director of Sideways and The Descendants, Nebraska tells the stories of family life in the heartland of America with a stand out performance from Bruce Dern, who won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival.

MARCH 2014

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

(18) 100m

“A thoroughly sweet and charming movie.” The Guardian

Starring: Ali Mosaffa, Bérénice Bejo,

Jonathan Glazer’s audacious adaptation of Michel Faber’s extraordinary novel is the kind of mysterious, spellbinding cinema you only experience once in a generation. Strikingly original in look and execution, it offers an unsettling exploration of loneliness and alienation located in a desolate Glasgow that feels as remote as a distant planet. Scarlett Johansson is unforgettable as an alien entity who falls to earth in Scotland and assumes the form of a sexy seductress. She cruises the streets of Glasgow, a seemingly innocent damsel in distress, luring her unsuspecting victims to their doom. Glasgow Film Festival

Sitthiphon Disamoe

The first of two films out this year dedicated to the French fashion legend offers a look at the life of a man considered more a great artist than a simple clothes designer. Saint Laurent was the first designer to have a retrospective of his work at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City and many of his collections were considered to be groundbreaking. Lespert’s film focuses on Saint Laurent from his early days as assistant to Christian Dior to the setting up of his own haute couture fashion house and his eventual downward spiral into drink and drugs. Alongside the stunning recreation of post-war France and a fascinating glimpse into the fashion world of the 50s, 60s and 70s, the film boasts exquisite central performances from Pierre Niney as Saint Laurent and Guillaume Gallienne as his life-partner and right-hand man, Pierre Berger.

A complex father/son relationship is viewed through a brutal depiction of prison life in Starred Up, one of the most powerful and assured films of David Mackenzie’s career. Jack O’Connell, who started out at Nottingham’s very own Television Workshop, gives an extraordinary performance as Eric, a teenage young offender so aggressive and unpredictable that he is prematurely moved to an adult prison. His fellow inmates include Neville, the father he hasn’t seen since he was five. Neville is caught between protecting him and punishing him, provoking an increasingly tense situation in which Eric fights to be true to himself. Glasgow Film Festival

With an impoverished world plunged into a new Cold War, British scientist Vincent is on the brink of developing a gamechanging weapon - an android called The Machine… In a time when science fiction is very much of the bigger-isbetter-is-louder variety it’s refreshing to have a film like The Machine to be reminded of the glory days. As beautiful as it is – and it is stunning – it’s the narrative and the questions it asks that raise the film to the highest ranks of the genre. This is the thinking person’s science fiction, a movie that will have you looking at your technology in a whole new way. Raindance Film Festival

Tahar Rahim

Set against the lush backdrop of rural Laos, this spirited, fable-like family drama from Australia tells the story of scrappy ten-year-old Ahlo, who yearns to break free from his ill-fated destiny. After his village is displaced to make way for a massive dam, Ahlo escapes with his father and grandmother through the Laotian outback in search of a new home. Along the way, they come across a rocket festival with a competition that offers a lucrative, but dangerous, chance for a new beginning. Leeds International Film Festival

FROM FRI 14

BASTARDS (18) With English Subtitles Dir: Claire Denis France 2013 100m Starring: Chiara Mastroianni, Vincent Lindon

Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. 20 Feet From Stardom shines a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. Triumphant and heartbreaking in equal measure, the film is both a tribute to the unsung voices who brought shape and style to popular music and a reflection on the conflicts, sacrifices and rewards of a career spent harmonising with others. The film juxtaposes interviews with industry legends and the relative unknowns who support them as they illuminate the art of melding their own distinct voices with lead vocals and reveal their desires for careers as solo artists.

Travelling to Paris from Tehran to finalise his divorce, an Iranian man finds himself suddenly and tragically drawn back into the lives of his ex (Bérénice Bejo, The Artist) and her daughter, in the exquisitely written and magnificently acted new film from Academy Award-winning director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation). “The Past’s intricate characters, emotionally complex narrative and unexpected revelations confirm Asghar Farhadi’s mastery of filmmaking and storytelling.” AFI Festival

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

With English Subtitles Dir: Jean Cocteau France 1946 93m Starring: Josette

See website for details

Day, Mila Parely

One of the most beautiful movies ever made, and regularly hailed as the best film ever made from a fairy tale. THU 13, 10.30AM &1.30PM INTRODUCTION AT 1.30PM **ALSO SCREENING AT 8PM**

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (12A) 92m Charles Laughton’s visually ravishing southern Gothic 1955 masterpiece, The Night of the Hunter is one of the cinema’s great one-offs. A widely misunderstood flop at the time, it’s now regarded as one of the greatest of all American films.

TUE 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Mon 3

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m The story of a spirited young girl who transforms the lives of those around her when she is sent to live with a foster family in World War II Germany.

THE JUNGLE BOOK (U) Dir: Wolfgang Reitherman United States 1967 75m

A rare chance to see one of Disney’s most joyous classics on the big screen.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 5

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50. Thu 6

SAT 22, 1.30PM

TINTIN AND THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15) 100m See page 1 for details

Fri 7

Dir: Jean-Jacques Vierne France 1961 98m

Sat 8

Starring: Jean-Pierre Talbot, Georges Wilson

A spirited live-action take on the iconic comic creation.

SAT 29, 1PM

SAT 29, 2PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THE ROCKET (12A) 96m

A fun-packed family animation.

Lovable fairy Tink and friends tussle with pirates to retrieve their pixie dust in this fun-packed family animation.

See page 2 for details

Tue 4

SAT 15, 2.30PM

French Cinema Review

NYFF

NEBRASKA

STRANGER BY THE LAKE

Starring: Caity Lotz, Toby Stephens

Claire Denis’s jagged, daringly fragmented and very darkest film visually, psychologically, and politically is that rarest of cinematic narratives, a genuinely contemporary film noir. Inspired by recent French sex ring scandals involving men of wealth and power, Denis positions the superb Vincent Lindon as the movie’s moral and erotic center. Shooting digitally for the first time, Denis and her long-time camerawoman Agnès Godard impart their trademark tactility to every image.

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (15) 123m

Starring: Jack O’Connell, Rupert Friend

“Visually and aurally audacious and as slippery in form as its central character… Glazer has created an entirely distinctive film, both creepy and luminous in its metaphysical precision.” BFI

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2013

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

Starring: Pierre Niney, Guillaume Gallienne

20 FEET FROM STARDOM

CONTINUING INTO MARCH

“Powerful, genuinely shocking and rather amazing.” Roger Ebert

Starring: Loungnam Kaosainam,

THE PAST

UNDER THE SKIN YVES SAINT LAURENT STARRED UP THE PAST 2O FEET FROM STARDOM

Starring: Scarlett Johansson

STARRED UP

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

Director Wes Anderson heads to Europe for the first time with the story of Gustave H, the legendary concierge of the famous Grand Budapest Hotel between the wars. Young Zero Moustafa becomes Gustave’s trusted protégé and closest ally when the disputed ownership of priceless Renaissance painting “Boy with Apple” threatens to escalate into an international scandal. Love, death, fractured families, surrogate fathers and broken hearts are all part of the riotous mix in a perfect blend of style, substance and unforgettable characters.

Widely acknowledged as one of the seminal films in the development of modern Australian cinema, Wake in Fright tells the nightmarish story of a school teacher’s descent into personal demoralisation at the hands of drunken, deranged derelicts while stranded in a small town in outback Australia. Believed to be lost for decades this Ozploitation masterpiece has at long last been rediscovered, resurrected and fully restored.

BASTARDS

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton

SAT 8, 12.45 & 3PM

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

The Book Thief 12A See web 3:00 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Only Lovers Left... 15 See web 12:15 Stranger By the Lake 18 See web NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Untouchable 15 p11 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

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BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 5:00 5:30

8:00

Sun 9

8:15 8:30 6:00

5:00 Mon 10

Sun 2

LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE (PG)

05

11:15 12:00

5:00 5:30 2:45

8:00 8:15

4:30 7:15

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A p9 12:00 Jurassic Park PG p11 2:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:00

8:30 7:45

Tue 18

8:15 4:30

Tue 11 12:00 2:00

5:00 5:30

Wed 19

8:30 7:45 Thu 20 8:15 8:00

2:45 5:15

Wed 12

6:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Goldfrapp: Tales of Us 12A p9 Go online for full schedule

2:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Robin Ince p10 Go online for full schedule

2:00

5:00 5:30

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

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

Fri 21

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Sat 22

5:15

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The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

8:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1 Night of the Hunter 12A p4 10:30 1:30 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

6:00

8:30 7:45

5:30 8:15 5:15

Fri 14 8:30 8:00

The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

5:00 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 2:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 12:00 La Belle et La Bete PG p4 12:45 3:00

Sat 15

6:00 8:30 7:45

Sun 23

Sun 16

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

6:00 5:45 5:30 TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 12:45 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:30 3:15 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 TIME TBC The Jungle Book U 2:30 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 4:55 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:45 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 time tbc The Sound of Music U p11 2:00 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 12:00 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

Mon 24

Tue 25 8:15 8:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 3:15 3:00 TIME

8:30 8:15 7:45

Thu 27

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 The Grand Budapest Hotel Silver Screenings 10:30 Go online for full schedule

3:15

8:30 8:15 7:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Otakus in Love 15 p8

3:30 3:00 3:45

Fri 28 6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

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7:45 8:30 8:15

Sun 30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Monty Python’s Life of Brian 15 p11 2:00 Go online for full schedule

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Mon 31

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Jon Ronson p10 Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 6:00

7:45 8:30 8:15

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6:00

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The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy U p4 2:00 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy Supportive Environment Screening U p4 1:00 Go online for full schedule

4:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 4:00 Starred Up 18 p2 Shindo 12A p8 Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece PG p4 1:30

6:15 5:45

Sat 29 6:30 8:45

8:30

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

8:30 8:15

6:15 5:45

6:00 TBC 6:30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Svengali + Q&A p10 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: The Big Lebowski 15 - Cafebar from 10.30PM

1:30 6:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 3:45 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 TIME Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 10:30 1:30 Starred Up 18 p2 Capturing Dad 12A p9 The Double Preview + Live by Satellite Q&A p10 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 6:15 5:30

8:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:30 Starred Up 18 p2 4:30 Colorful 12A p8 Made in Dagenham 15 p11 2:00

6:00 5:30 6:30

8:30

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 The Story of Yonosuke 15 p8

6:00 5:30 6:30

9:00 7:00 8:00

8:00 8:15 8:30

2:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

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8:15 5:45

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7:15

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The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

Mon 17

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

Wed 26

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Your Friends 12A p8 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Love Strikes! 12A p9 French Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

3:45

8:30 9:00

4:00

3:45

6:15

8:45 7:45

6:00

8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 4:00

3:45

6:15 5:30

8:45

6:00

8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 4:00 6:15 5:45

8:45

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MARCH 2014

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

Sat 1

SAT 1, 3PM

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m See website for details FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

FROM FRI 28

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15)

WAKE IN FRIGHT (18)

UNDER THE SKIN (15)

THE ROCKET (12A)

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15)

STARRED UP (18)

THE MACHINE (CERT TBC)

THE PAST (12A)

Dir: Ted Kotcheff Australia 1971 108m

Dir: Jonathan Glazer United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: David Mackenzie United Kingdom 2014

Dir: Caradog James United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A)

Dir: Wes Anderson United States 2014 100m

Starring: Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence

108m

Dir: Kim Mordaunt Australia 2013 96m

Dir: Jalil Lespert France 2014 106m

106m

90m

Dir: Asghar Farhadi France 2013 130m

Dir: Morgan Neville United States 2014 91m

FROM FRI 7

NEBRASKA (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

115m Starring: Will Forte, Bruce Dern

NYMPH()MANIAC Vols 1&2 (18) 285m (118m + 123m)

After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a booze-addled and cantankerous father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim the million dollar Mega Sweepstakes prize he thinks he’s won. From the director of Sideways and The Descendants, Nebraska tells the stories of family life in the heartland of America with a stand out performance from Bruce Dern, who won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival.

MARCH 2014

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

(18) 100m

“A thoroughly sweet and charming movie.” The Guardian

Starring: Ali Mosaffa, Bérénice Bejo,

Jonathan Glazer’s audacious adaptation of Michel Faber’s extraordinary novel is the kind of mysterious, spellbinding cinema you only experience once in a generation. Strikingly original in look and execution, it offers an unsettling exploration of loneliness and alienation located in a desolate Glasgow that feels as remote as a distant planet. Scarlett Johansson is unforgettable as an alien entity who falls to earth in Scotland and assumes the form of a sexy seductress. She cruises the streets of Glasgow, a seemingly innocent damsel in distress, luring her unsuspecting victims to their doom. Glasgow Film Festival

Sitthiphon Disamoe

The first of two films out this year dedicated to the French fashion legend offers a look at the life of a man considered more a great artist than a simple clothes designer. Saint Laurent was the first designer to have a retrospective of his work at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City and many of his collections were considered to be groundbreaking. Lespert’s film focuses on Saint Laurent from his early days as assistant to Christian Dior to the setting up of his own haute couture fashion house and his eventual downward spiral into drink and drugs. Alongside the stunning recreation of post-war France and a fascinating glimpse into the fashion world of the 50s, 60s and 70s, the film boasts exquisite central performances from Pierre Niney as Saint Laurent and Guillaume Gallienne as his life-partner and right-hand man, Pierre Berger.

A complex father/son relationship is viewed through a brutal depiction of prison life in Starred Up, one of the most powerful and assured films of David Mackenzie’s career. Jack O’Connell, who started out at Nottingham’s very own Television Workshop, gives an extraordinary performance as Eric, a teenage young offender so aggressive and unpredictable that he is prematurely moved to an adult prison. His fellow inmates include Neville, the father he hasn’t seen since he was five. Neville is caught between protecting him and punishing him, provoking an increasingly tense situation in which Eric fights to be true to himself. Glasgow Film Festival

With an impoverished world plunged into a new Cold War, British scientist Vincent is on the brink of developing a gamechanging weapon - an android called The Machine… In a time when science fiction is very much of the bigger-isbetter-is-louder variety it’s refreshing to have a film like The Machine to be reminded of the glory days. As beautiful as it is – and it is stunning – it’s the narrative and the questions it asks that raise the film to the highest ranks of the genre. This is the thinking person’s science fiction, a movie that will have you looking at your technology in a whole new way. Raindance Film Festival

Tahar Rahim

Set against the lush backdrop of rural Laos, this spirited, fable-like family drama from Australia tells the story of scrappy ten-year-old Ahlo, who yearns to break free from his ill-fated destiny. After his village is displaced to make way for a massive dam, Ahlo escapes with his father and grandmother through the Laotian outback in search of a new home. Along the way, they come across a rocket festival with a competition that offers a lucrative, but dangerous, chance for a new beginning. Leeds International Film Festival

FROM FRI 14

BASTARDS (18) With English Subtitles Dir: Claire Denis France 2013 100m Starring: Chiara Mastroianni, Vincent Lindon

Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. 20 Feet From Stardom shines a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. Triumphant and heartbreaking in equal measure, the film is both a tribute to the unsung voices who brought shape and style to popular music and a reflection on the conflicts, sacrifices and rewards of a career spent harmonising with others. The film juxtaposes interviews with industry legends and the relative unknowns who support them as they illuminate the art of melding their own distinct voices with lead vocals and reveal their desires for careers as solo artists.

Travelling to Paris from Tehran to finalise his divorce, an Iranian man finds himself suddenly and tragically drawn back into the lives of his ex (Bérénice Bejo, The Artist) and her daughter, in the exquisitely written and magnificently acted new film from Academy Award-winning director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation). “The Past’s intricate characters, emotionally complex narrative and unexpected revelations confirm Asghar Farhadi’s mastery of filmmaking and storytelling.” AFI Festival

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

With English Subtitles Dir: Jean Cocteau France 1946 93m Starring: Josette

See website for details

Day, Mila Parely

One of the most beautiful movies ever made, and regularly hailed as the best film ever made from a fairy tale. THU 13, 10.30AM &1.30PM INTRODUCTION AT 1.30PM **ALSO SCREENING AT 8PM**

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (12A) 92m Charles Laughton’s visually ravishing southern Gothic 1955 masterpiece, The Night of the Hunter is one of the cinema’s great one-offs. A widely misunderstood flop at the time, it’s now regarded as one of the greatest of all American films.

TUE 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Mon 3

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m The story of a spirited young girl who transforms the lives of those around her when she is sent to live with a foster family in World War II Germany.

THE JUNGLE BOOK (U) Dir: Wolfgang Reitherman United States 1967 75m

A rare chance to see one of Disney’s most joyous classics on the big screen.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 5

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50. Thu 6

SAT 22, 1.30PM

TINTIN AND THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15) 100m See page 1 for details

Fri 7

Dir: Jean-Jacques Vierne France 1961 98m

Sat 8

Starring: Jean-Pierre Talbot, Georges Wilson

A spirited live-action take on the iconic comic creation.

SAT 29, 1PM

SAT 29, 2PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THE ROCKET (12A) 96m

A fun-packed family animation.

Lovable fairy Tink and friends tussle with pirates to retrieve their pixie dust in this fun-packed family animation.

See page 2 for details

Tue 4

SAT 15, 2.30PM

French Cinema Review

NYFF

NEBRASKA

STRANGER BY THE LAKE

Starring: Caity Lotz, Toby Stephens

Claire Denis’s jagged, daringly fragmented and very darkest film visually, psychologically, and politically is that rarest of cinematic narratives, a genuinely contemporary film noir. Inspired by recent French sex ring scandals involving men of wealth and power, Denis positions the superb Vincent Lindon as the movie’s moral and erotic center. Shooting digitally for the first time, Denis and her long-time camerawoman Agnès Godard impart their trademark tactility to every image.

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (15) 123m

Starring: Jack O’Connell, Rupert Friend

“Visually and aurally audacious and as slippery in form as its central character… Glazer has created an entirely distinctive film, both creepy and luminous in its metaphysical precision.” BFI

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2013

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

Starring: Pierre Niney, Guillaume Gallienne

20 FEET FROM STARDOM

CONTINUING INTO MARCH

“Powerful, genuinely shocking and rather amazing.” Roger Ebert

Starring: Loungnam Kaosainam,

THE PAST

UNDER THE SKIN YVES SAINT LAURENT STARRED UP THE PAST 2O FEET FROM STARDOM

Starring: Scarlett Johansson

STARRED UP

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

Director Wes Anderson heads to Europe for the first time with the story of Gustave H, the legendary concierge of the famous Grand Budapest Hotel between the wars. Young Zero Moustafa becomes Gustave’s trusted protégé and closest ally when the disputed ownership of priceless Renaissance painting “Boy with Apple” threatens to escalate into an international scandal. Love, death, fractured families, surrogate fathers and broken hearts are all part of the riotous mix in a perfect blend of style, substance and unforgettable characters.

Widely acknowledged as one of the seminal films in the development of modern Australian cinema, Wake in Fright tells the nightmarish story of a school teacher’s descent into personal demoralisation at the hands of drunken, deranged derelicts while stranded in a small town in outback Australia. Believed to be lost for decades this Ozploitation masterpiece has at long last been rediscovered, resurrected and fully restored.

BASTARDS

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton

SAT 8, 12.45 & 3PM

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

The Book Thief 12A See web 3:00 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Only Lovers Left... 15 See web 12:15 Stranger By the Lake 18 See web NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Untouchable 15 p11 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

06

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 5:00 5:30

8:00

Sun 9

8:15 8:30 6:00

5:00 Mon 10

Sun 2

LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE (PG)

05

11:15 12:00

5:00 5:30 2:45

8:00 8:15

4:30 7:15

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A p9 12:00 Jurassic Park PG p11 2:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:00

8:30 7:45

Tue 18

8:15 4:30

Tue 11 12:00 2:00

5:00 5:30

Wed 19

8:30 7:45 Thu 20 8:15 8:00

2:45 5:15

Wed 12

6:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Goldfrapp: Tales of Us 12A p9 Go online for full schedule

2:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Robin Ince p10 Go online for full schedule

2:00

5:00 5:30

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

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

Fri 21

5:15

3:00

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

2:45

Sat 22

5:15

8:00 Thu 13 8:15

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

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

8:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1 Night of the Hunter 12A p4 10:30 1:30 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

6:00

8:30 7:45

5:30 8:15 5:15

Fri 14 8:30 8:00

The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

5:00 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 2:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 12:00 La Belle et La Bete PG p4 12:45 3:00

Sat 15

6:00 8:30 7:45

Sun 23

Sun 16

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

6:00 5:45 5:30 TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 12:45 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:30 3:15 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 TIME TBC The Jungle Book U 2:30 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 4:55 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:45 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 time tbc The Sound of Music U p11 2:00 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 12:00 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

Mon 24

Tue 25 8:15 8:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 3:15 3:00 TIME

8:30 8:15 7:45

Thu 27

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 The Grand Budapest Hotel Silver Screenings 10:30 Go online for full schedule

3:15

8:30 8:15 7:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Otakus in Love 15 p8

3:30 3:00 3:45

Fri 28 6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15

9:00

TBC

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Sun 30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Monty Python’s Life of Brian 15 p11 2:00 Go online for full schedule

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Mon 31

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Jon Ronson p10 Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 6:00

7:45 8:30 8:15

9:00

6:00

8:45

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy U p4 2:00 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy Supportive Environment Screening U p4 1:00 Go online for full schedule

4:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 4:00 Starred Up 18 p2 Shindo 12A p8 Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece PG p4 1:30

6:15 5:45

Sat 29 6:30 8:45

8:30

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

8:30 8:15

6:15 5:45

6:00 TBC 6:30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Svengali + Q&A p10 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: The Big Lebowski 15 - Cafebar from 10.30PM

1:30 6:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 3:45 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 TIME Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 10:30 1:30 Starred Up 18 p2 Capturing Dad 12A p9 The Double Preview + Live by Satellite Q&A p10 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 6:15 5:30

8:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:30 Starred Up 18 p2 4:30 Colorful 12A p8 Made in Dagenham 15 p11 2:00

6:00 5:30 6:30

8:30

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 The Story of Yonosuke 15 p8

6:00 5:30 6:30

9:00 7:00 8:00

8:00 8:15 8:30

2:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

8:15 5:45

3:15

7:15

2:00 1:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

Mon 17

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

Wed 26

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Your Friends 12A p8 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Love Strikes! 12A p9 French Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

3:45

8:30 9:00

4:00

3:45

6:15

8:45 7:45

6:00

8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 4:00

3:45

6:15 5:30

8:45

6:00

8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 4:00 6:15 5:45

8:45

Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

01

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

02

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MARCH 2014

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

Sat 1

SAT 1, 3PM

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m See website for details FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

FROM FRI 28

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15)

WAKE IN FRIGHT (18)

UNDER THE SKIN (15)

THE ROCKET (12A)

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15)

STARRED UP (18)

THE MACHINE (CERT TBC)

THE PAST (12A)

Dir: Ted Kotcheff Australia 1971 108m

Dir: Jonathan Glazer United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: David Mackenzie United Kingdom 2014

Dir: Caradog James United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A)

Dir: Wes Anderson United States 2014 100m

Starring: Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence

108m

Dir: Kim Mordaunt Australia 2013 96m

Dir: Jalil Lespert France 2014 106m

106m

90m

Dir: Asghar Farhadi France 2013 130m

Dir: Morgan Neville United States 2014 91m

FROM FRI 7

NEBRASKA (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

115m Starring: Will Forte, Bruce Dern

NYMPH()MANIAC Vols 1&2 (18) 285m (118m + 123m)

After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a booze-addled and cantankerous father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim the million dollar Mega Sweepstakes prize he thinks he’s won. From the director of Sideways and The Descendants, Nebraska tells the stories of family life in the heartland of America with a stand out performance from Bruce Dern, who won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival.

MARCH 2014

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

(18) 100m

“A thoroughly sweet and charming movie.” The Guardian

Starring: Ali Mosaffa, Bérénice Bejo,

Jonathan Glazer’s audacious adaptation of Michel Faber’s extraordinary novel is the kind of mysterious, spellbinding cinema you only experience once in a generation. Strikingly original in look and execution, it offers an unsettling exploration of loneliness and alienation located in a desolate Glasgow that feels as remote as a distant planet. Scarlett Johansson is unforgettable as an alien entity who falls to earth in Scotland and assumes the form of a sexy seductress. She cruises the streets of Glasgow, a seemingly innocent damsel in distress, luring her unsuspecting victims to their doom. Glasgow Film Festival

Sitthiphon Disamoe

The first of two films out this year dedicated to the French fashion legend offers a look at the life of a man considered more a great artist than a simple clothes designer. Saint Laurent was the first designer to have a retrospective of his work at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City and many of his collections were considered to be groundbreaking. Lespert’s film focuses on Saint Laurent from his early days as assistant to Christian Dior to the setting up of his own haute couture fashion house and his eventual downward spiral into drink and drugs. Alongside the stunning recreation of post-war France and a fascinating glimpse into the fashion world of the 50s, 60s and 70s, the film boasts exquisite central performances from Pierre Niney as Saint Laurent and Guillaume Gallienne as his life-partner and right-hand man, Pierre Berger.

A complex father/son relationship is viewed through a brutal depiction of prison life in Starred Up, one of the most powerful and assured films of David Mackenzie’s career. Jack O’Connell, who started out at Nottingham’s very own Television Workshop, gives an extraordinary performance as Eric, a teenage young offender so aggressive and unpredictable that he is prematurely moved to an adult prison. His fellow inmates include Neville, the father he hasn’t seen since he was five. Neville is caught between protecting him and punishing him, provoking an increasingly tense situation in which Eric fights to be true to himself. Glasgow Film Festival

With an impoverished world plunged into a new Cold War, British scientist Vincent is on the brink of developing a gamechanging weapon - an android called The Machine… In a time when science fiction is very much of the bigger-isbetter-is-louder variety it’s refreshing to have a film like The Machine to be reminded of the glory days. As beautiful as it is – and it is stunning – it’s the narrative and the questions it asks that raise the film to the highest ranks of the genre. This is the thinking person’s science fiction, a movie that will have you looking at your technology in a whole new way. Raindance Film Festival

Tahar Rahim

Set against the lush backdrop of rural Laos, this spirited, fable-like family drama from Australia tells the story of scrappy ten-year-old Ahlo, who yearns to break free from his ill-fated destiny. After his village is displaced to make way for a massive dam, Ahlo escapes with his father and grandmother through the Laotian outback in search of a new home. Along the way, they come across a rocket festival with a competition that offers a lucrative, but dangerous, chance for a new beginning. Leeds International Film Festival

FROM FRI 14

BASTARDS (18) With English Subtitles Dir: Claire Denis France 2013 100m Starring: Chiara Mastroianni, Vincent Lindon

Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. 20 Feet From Stardom shines a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. Triumphant and heartbreaking in equal measure, the film is both a tribute to the unsung voices who brought shape and style to popular music and a reflection on the conflicts, sacrifices and rewards of a career spent harmonising with others. The film juxtaposes interviews with industry legends and the relative unknowns who support them as they illuminate the art of melding their own distinct voices with lead vocals and reveal their desires for careers as solo artists.

Travelling to Paris from Tehran to finalise his divorce, an Iranian man finds himself suddenly and tragically drawn back into the lives of his ex (Bérénice Bejo, The Artist) and her daughter, in the exquisitely written and magnificently acted new film from Academy Award-winning director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation). “The Past’s intricate characters, emotionally complex narrative and unexpected revelations confirm Asghar Farhadi’s mastery of filmmaking and storytelling.” AFI Festival

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

With English Subtitles Dir: Jean Cocteau France 1946 93m Starring: Josette

See website for details

Day, Mila Parely

One of the most beautiful movies ever made, and regularly hailed as the best film ever made from a fairy tale. THU 13, 10.30AM &1.30PM INTRODUCTION AT 1.30PM **ALSO SCREENING AT 8PM**

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (12A) 92m Charles Laughton’s visually ravishing southern Gothic 1955 masterpiece, The Night of the Hunter is one of the cinema’s great one-offs. A widely misunderstood flop at the time, it’s now regarded as one of the greatest of all American films.

TUE 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Mon 3

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m The story of a spirited young girl who transforms the lives of those around her when she is sent to live with a foster family in World War II Germany.

THE JUNGLE BOOK (U) Dir: Wolfgang Reitherman United States 1967 75m

A rare chance to see one of Disney’s most joyous classics on the big screen.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 5

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50. Thu 6

SAT 22, 1.30PM

TINTIN AND THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15) 100m See page 1 for details

Fri 7

Dir: Jean-Jacques Vierne France 1961 98m

Sat 8

Starring: Jean-Pierre Talbot, Georges Wilson

A spirited live-action take on the iconic comic creation.

SAT 29, 1PM

SAT 29, 2PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THE ROCKET (12A) 96m

A fun-packed family animation.

Lovable fairy Tink and friends tussle with pirates to retrieve their pixie dust in this fun-packed family animation.

See page 2 for details

Tue 4

SAT 15, 2.30PM

French Cinema Review

NYFF

NEBRASKA

STRANGER BY THE LAKE

Starring: Caity Lotz, Toby Stephens

Claire Denis’s jagged, daringly fragmented and very darkest film visually, psychologically, and politically is that rarest of cinematic narratives, a genuinely contemporary film noir. Inspired by recent French sex ring scandals involving men of wealth and power, Denis positions the superb Vincent Lindon as the movie’s moral and erotic center. Shooting digitally for the first time, Denis and her long-time camerawoman Agnès Godard impart their trademark tactility to every image.

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (15) 123m

Starring: Jack O’Connell, Rupert Friend

“Visually and aurally audacious and as slippery in form as its central character… Glazer has created an entirely distinctive film, both creepy and luminous in its metaphysical precision.” BFI

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2013

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

Starring: Pierre Niney, Guillaume Gallienne

20 FEET FROM STARDOM

CONTINUING INTO MARCH

“Powerful, genuinely shocking and rather amazing.” Roger Ebert

Starring: Loungnam Kaosainam,

THE PAST

UNDER THE SKIN YVES SAINT LAURENT STARRED UP THE PAST 2O FEET FROM STARDOM

Starring: Scarlett Johansson

STARRED UP

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

Director Wes Anderson heads to Europe for the first time with the story of Gustave H, the legendary concierge of the famous Grand Budapest Hotel between the wars. Young Zero Moustafa becomes Gustave’s trusted protégé and closest ally when the disputed ownership of priceless Renaissance painting “Boy with Apple” threatens to escalate into an international scandal. Love, death, fractured families, surrogate fathers and broken hearts are all part of the riotous mix in a perfect blend of style, substance and unforgettable characters.

Widely acknowledged as one of the seminal films in the development of modern Australian cinema, Wake in Fright tells the nightmarish story of a school teacher’s descent into personal demoralisation at the hands of drunken, deranged derelicts while stranded in a small town in outback Australia. Believed to be lost for decades this Ozploitation masterpiece has at long last been rediscovered, resurrected and fully restored.

BASTARDS

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton

SAT 8, 12.45 & 3PM

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

The Book Thief 12A See web 3:00 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Only Lovers Left... 15 See web 12:15 Stranger By the Lake 18 See web NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Untouchable 15 p11 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

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BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 5:00 5:30

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Sun 9

8:15 8:30 6:00

5:00 Mon 10

Sun 2

LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE (PG)

05

11:15 12:00

5:00 5:30 2:45

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4:30 7:15

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A p9 12:00 Jurassic Park PG p11 2:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:00

8:30 7:45

Tue 18

8:15 4:30

Tue 11 12:00 2:00

5:00 5:30

Wed 19

8:30 7:45 Thu 20 8:15 8:00

2:45 5:15

Wed 12

6:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Goldfrapp: Tales of Us 12A p9 Go online for full schedule

2:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Robin Ince p10 Go online for full schedule

2:00

5:00 5:30

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

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

Fri 21

5:15

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Sat 22

5:15

8:00 Thu 13 8:15

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

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

8:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1 Night of the Hunter 12A p4 10:30 1:30 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

6:00

8:30 7:45

5:30 8:15 5:15

Fri 14 8:30 8:00

The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

5:00 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 2:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 12:00 La Belle et La Bete PG p4 12:45 3:00

Sat 15

6:00 8:30 7:45

Sun 23

Sun 16

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

6:00 5:45 5:30 TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 12:45 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:30 3:15 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 TIME TBC The Jungle Book U 2:30 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 4:55 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:45 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 time tbc The Sound of Music U p11 2:00 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 12:00 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

Mon 24

Tue 25 8:15 8:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 3:15 3:00 TIME

8:30 8:15 7:45

Thu 27

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 The Grand Budapest Hotel Silver Screenings 10:30 Go online for full schedule

3:15

8:30 8:15 7:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Otakus in Love 15 p8

3:30 3:00 3:45

Fri 28 6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15

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2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Sun 30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Monty Python’s Life of Brian 15 p11 2:00 Go online for full schedule

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Mon 31

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Jon Ronson p10 Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 6:00

7:45 8:30 8:15

9:00

6:00

8:45

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy U p4 2:00 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy Supportive Environment Screening U p4 1:00 Go online for full schedule

4:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 4:00 Starred Up 18 p2 Shindo 12A p8 Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece PG p4 1:30

6:15 5:45

Sat 29 6:30 8:45

8:30

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

8:30 8:15

6:15 5:45

6:00 TBC 6:30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Svengali + Q&A p10 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: The Big Lebowski 15 - Cafebar from 10.30PM

1:30 6:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 3:45 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 TIME Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 10:30 1:30 Starred Up 18 p2 Capturing Dad 12A p9 The Double Preview + Live by Satellite Q&A p10 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 6:15 5:30

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Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:30 Starred Up 18 p2 4:30 Colorful 12A p8 Made in Dagenham 15 p11 2:00

6:00 5:30 6:30

8:30

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 The Story of Yonosuke 15 p8

6:00 5:30 6:30

9:00 7:00 8:00

8:00 8:15 8:30

2:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

8:15 5:45

3:15

7:15

2:00 1:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

Mon 17

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

Wed 26

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Your Friends 12A p8 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Love Strikes! 12A p9 French Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

3:45

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Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2014

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £4.50 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits. Whenever possible an English subtitled version will also be shown at 1.30pm for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. See website or box office for details.

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MARCH 2014

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

Sat 1

SAT 1, 3PM

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m See website for details FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

FROM FRI 28

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15)

WAKE IN FRIGHT (18)

UNDER THE SKIN (15)

THE ROCKET (12A)

YVES SAINT LAURENT (15)

STARRED UP (18)

THE MACHINE (CERT TBC)

THE PAST (12A)

Dir: Ted Kotcheff Australia 1971 108m

Dir: Jonathan Glazer United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: David Mackenzie United Kingdom 2014

Dir: Caradog James United Kingdom 2013

With English Subtitles

20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A)

Dir: Wes Anderson United States 2014 100m

Starring: Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence

108m

Dir: Kim Mordaunt Australia 2013 96m

Dir: Jalil Lespert France 2014 106m

106m

90m

Dir: Asghar Farhadi France 2013 130m

Dir: Morgan Neville United States 2014 91m

FROM FRI 7

NEBRASKA (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

115m Starring: Will Forte, Bruce Dern

NYMPH()MANIAC Vols 1&2 (18) 285m (118m + 123m)

After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a booze-addled and cantankerous father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim the million dollar Mega Sweepstakes prize he thinks he’s won. From the director of Sideways and The Descendants, Nebraska tells the stories of family life in the heartland of America with a stand out performance from Bruce Dern, who won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival.

MARCH 2014

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL

(18) 100m

“A thoroughly sweet and charming movie.” The Guardian

Starring: Ali Mosaffa, Bérénice Bejo,

Jonathan Glazer’s audacious adaptation of Michel Faber’s extraordinary novel is the kind of mysterious, spellbinding cinema you only experience once in a generation. Strikingly original in look and execution, it offers an unsettling exploration of loneliness and alienation located in a desolate Glasgow that feels as remote as a distant planet. Scarlett Johansson is unforgettable as an alien entity who falls to earth in Scotland and assumes the form of a sexy seductress. She cruises the streets of Glasgow, a seemingly innocent damsel in distress, luring her unsuspecting victims to their doom. Glasgow Film Festival

Sitthiphon Disamoe

The first of two films out this year dedicated to the French fashion legend offers a look at the life of a man considered more a great artist than a simple clothes designer. Saint Laurent was the first designer to have a retrospective of his work at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City and many of his collections were considered to be groundbreaking. Lespert’s film focuses on Saint Laurent from his early days as assistant to Christian Dior to the setting up of his own haute couture fashion house and his eventual downward spiral into drink and drugs. Alongside the stunning recreation of post-war France and a fascinating glimpse into the fashion world of the 50s, 60s and 70s, the film boasts exquisite central performances from Pierre Niney as Saint Laurent and Guillaume Gallienne as his life-partner and right-hand man, Pierre Berger.

A complex father/son relationship is viewed through a brutal depiction of prison life in Starred Up, one of the most powerful and assured films of David Mackenzie’s career. Jack O’Connell, who started out at Nottingham’s very own Television Workshop, gives an extraordinary performance as Eric, a teenage young offender so aggressive and unpredictable that he is prematurely moved to an adult prison. His fellow inmates include Neville, the father he hasn’t seen since he was five. Neville is caught between protecting him and punishing him, provoking an increasingly tense situation in which Eric fights to be true to himself. Glasgow Film Festival

With an impoverished world plunged into a new Cold War, British scientist Vincent is on the brink of developing a gamechanging weapon - an android called The Machine… In a time when science fiction is very much of the bigger-isbetter-is-louder variety it’s refreshing to have a film like The Machine to be reminded of the glory days. As beautiful as it is – and it is stunning – it’s the narrative and the questions it asks that raise the film to the highest ranks of the genre. This is the thinking person’s science fiction, a movie that will have you looking at your technology in a whole new way. Raindance Film Festival

Tahar Rahim

Set against the lush backdrop of rural Laos, this spirited, fable-like family drama from Australia tells the story of scrappy ten-year-old Ahlo, who yearns to break free from his ill-fated destiny. After his village is displaced to make way for a massive dam, Ahlo escapes with his father and grandmother through the Laotian outback in search of a new home. Along the way, they come across a rocket festival with a competition that offers a lucrative, but dangerous, chance for a new beginning. Leeds International Film Festival

FROM FRI 14

BASTARDS (18) With English Subtitles Dir: Claire Denis France 2013 100m Starring: Chiara Mastroianni, Vincent Lindon

Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. 20 Feet From Stardom shines a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. Triumphant and heartbreaking in equal measure, the film is both a tribute to the unsung voices who brought shape and style to popular music and a reflection on the conflicts, sacrifices and rewards of a career spent harmonising with others. The film juxtaposes interviews with industry legends and the relative unknowns who support them as they illuminate the art of melding their own distinct voices with lead vocals and reveal their desires for careers as solo artists.

Travelling to Paris from Tehran to finalise his divorce, an Iranian man finds himself suddenly and tragically drawn back into the lives of his ex (Bérénice Bejo, The Artist) and her daughter, in the exquisitely written and magnificently acted new film from Academy Award-winning director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation). “The Past’s intricate characters, emotionally complex narrative and unexpected revelations confirm Asghar Farhadi’s mastery of filmmaking and storytelling.” AFI Festival

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

With English Subtitles Dir: Jean Cocteau France 1946 93m Starring: Josette

See website for details

Day, Mila Parely

One of the most beautiful movies ever made, and regularly hailed as the best film ever made from a fairy tale. THU 13, 10.30AM &1.30PM INTRODUCTION AT 1.30PM **ALSO SCREENING AT 8PM**

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (12A) 92m Charles Laughton’s visually ravishing southern Gothic 1955 masterpiece, The Night of the Hunter is one of the cinema’s great one-offs. A widely misunderstood flop at the time, it’s now regarded as one of the greatest of all American films.

TUE 11, 10.30AM & 1.30PM Mon 3

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m The story of a spirited young girl who transforms the lives of those around her when she is sent to live with a foster family in World War II Germany.

THE JUNGLE BOOK (U) Dir: Wolfgang Reitherman United States 1967 75m

A rare chance to see one of Disney’s most joyous classics on the big screen.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

Wed 5

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.50. Thu 6

SAT 22, 1.30PM

TINTIN AND THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15) 100m See page 1 for details

Fri 7

Dir: Jean-Jacques Vierne France 1961 98m

Sat 8

Starring: Jean-Pierre Talbot, Georges Wilson

A spirited live-action take on the iconic comic creation.

SAT 29, 1PM

SAT 29, 2PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

TINKER BELL AND THE PIRATE FAIRY (U) 78m

THE ROCKET (12A) 96m

A fun-packed family animation.

Lovable fairy Tink and friends tussle with pirates to retrieve their pixie dust in this fun-packed family animation.

See page 2 for details

Tue 4

SAT 15, 2.30PM

French Cinema Review

NYFF

NEBRASKA

STRANGER BY THE LAKE

Starring: Caity Lotz, Toby Stephens

Claire Denis’s jagged, daringly fragmented and very darkest film visually, psychologically, and politically is that rarest of cinematic narratives, a genuinely contemporary film noir. Inspired by recent French sex ring scandals involving men of wealth and power, Denis positions the superb Vincent Lindon as the movie’s moral and erotic center. Shooting digitally for the first time, Denis and her long-time camerawoman Agnès Godard impart their trademark tactility to every image.

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (15) 123m

Starring: Jack O’Connell, Rupert Friend

“Visually and aurally audacious and as slippery in form as its central character… Glazer has created an entirely distinctive film, both creepy and luminous in its metaphysical precision.” BFI

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2013

THE BOOK THIEF (12A) 131m

Starring: Pierre Niney, Guillaume Gallienne

20 FEET FROM STARDOM

CONTINUING INTO MARCH

“Powerful, genuinely shocking and rather amazing.” Roger Ebert

Starring: Loungnam Kaosainam,

THE PAST

UNDER THE SKIN YVES SAINT LAURENT STARRED UP THE PAST 2O FEET FROM STARDOM

Starring: Scarlett Johansson

STARRED UP

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

Director Wes Anderson heads to Europe for the first time with the story of Gustave H, the legendary concierge of the famous Grand Budapest Hotel between the wars. Young Zero Moustafa becomes Gustave’s trusted protégé and closest ally when the disputed ownership of priceless Renaissance painting “Boy with Apple” threatens to escalate into an international scandal. Love, death, fractured families, surrogate fathers and broken hearts are all part of the riotous mix in a perfect blend of style, substance and unforgettable characters.

Widely acknowledged as one of the seminal films in the development of modern Australian cinema, Wake in Fright tells the nightmarish story of a school teacher’s descent into personal demoralisation at the hands of drunken, deranged derelicts while stranded in a small town in outback Australia. Believed to be lost for decades this Ozploitation masterpiece has at long last been rediscovered, resurrected and fully restored.

BASTARDS

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton

SAT 8, 12.45 & 3PM

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

The Book Thief 12A See web 3:00 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Only Lovers Left... 15 See web 12:15 Stranger By the Lake 18 See web NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Untouchable 15 p11 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR 12A p9 Go online for full schedule The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

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BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK 5:00 5:30

8:00

Sun 9

8:15 8:30 6:00

5:00 Mon 10

Sun 2

LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE (PG)

05

11:15 12:00

5:00 5:30 2:45

8:00 8:15

4:30 7:15

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A p9 12:00 Jurassic Park PG p11 2:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:00

8:30 7:45

Tue 18

8:15 4:30

Tue 11 12:00 2:00

5:00 5:30

Wed 19

8:30 7:45 Thu 20 8:15 8:00

2:45 5:15

Wed 12

6:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Goldfrapp: Tales of Us 12A p9 Go online for full schedule

2:00

The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Robin Ince p10 Go online for full schedule

2:00

5:00 5:30

6:00 4:45 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

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

Fri 21

5:15

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

2:45

Sat 22

5:15

8:00 Thu 13 8:15

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

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1

8:00 8:15 8:30

8:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 2:45 Wake in Fright 18 p1 Night of the Hunter 12A p4 10:30 1:30 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar from 8.45PM

6:00

8:30 7:45

5:30 8:15 5:15

Fri 14 8:30 8:00

The Book Thief 12A See web 10:30 1:30 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Only Lovers Left... 15 See web Stranger By the Lake 18 See web Go online for full schedule

5:00 5:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 The Book Thief 12A See web Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 2:30

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:45 The Book Thief 12A See web 1:45 Nymphomaniac Vol I 18 See web 12:00 Nymphomaniac Vol II 18 See web 2:45 Nebraska 15 p1 Wake in Fright 18 p1 NT ENCORE WAR HORSE 12A SOLD OUT 12:00 La Belle et La Bete PG p4 12:45 3:00

Sat 15

6:00 8:30 7:45

Sun 23

Sun 16

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

6:00 5:45 5:30 TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 12:45 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:30 3:15 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 TIME TBC The Jungle Book U 2:30 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 4:55 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:30 6:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 12:45 5:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:15 3:00 5:30 Bastards 18 p2 time tbc The Sound of Music U p11 2:00 MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER 12A p9 12:00 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

8:30 8:15 7:45

Mon 24

Tue 25 8:15 8:00

6:00 4:45 5:30

3:30 3:15 3:00 TIME

8:30 8:15 7:45

Thu 27

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15 7:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 The Grand Budapest Hotel Silver Screenings 10:30 Go online for full schedule

3:15

8:30 8:15 7:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Otakus in Love 15 p8

3:30 3:00 3:45

Fri 28 6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:30 8:15

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2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Sun 30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Monty Python’s Life of Brian 15 p11 2:00 Go online for full schedule

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

Mon 31

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Jon Ronson p10 Go online for full schedule

3:00

5:00 6:00 5:45 TIME TBC 6:00

7:45 8:30 8:15

9:00

6:00

8:45

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 1:15 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy U p4 2:00 Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy Supportive Environment Screening U p4 1:00 Go online for full schedule

4:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 4:00 Starred Up 18 p2 Shindo 12A p8 Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece PG p4 1:30

6:15 5:45

Sat 29 6:30 8:45

8:30

2:15 3:30 3:15 TIME

8:30 8:15

6:15 5:45

6:00 TBC 6:30

The Past 12A p3 20 Feet From Stardom 12A p3 Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Svengali + Q&A p10 Go online for full schedule Cinebar: The Big Lebowski 15 - Cafebar from 10.30PM

1:30 6:00

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 3:45 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 TIME Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 10:30 1:30 Starred Up 18 p2 Capturing Dad 12A p9 The Double Preview + Live by Satellite Q&A p10 TIME

5:00 6:00 5:45 TBC

7:45 8:30 8:15

6:30 9:00 6:15 5:30

8:45

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 12:45 3:30 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 3:00 Under the Skin 15 p1 3:45 The Machine p3 1:45 The Rocket 12A p2 12:30 Starred Up 18 p2 4:30 Colorful 12A p8 Made in Dagenham 15 p11 2:00

6:00 5:30 6:30

8:30

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 The Story of Yonosuke 15 p8

6:00 5:30 6:30

9:00 7:00 8:00

8:00 8:15 8:30

2:45

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

8:00

8:15 5:45

3:15

7:15

2:00 1:00

The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Rocket 12A p2 Bastards 18 p2 Go online for full schedule

Mon 17

3:15

6:00 5:45 3:00 5:30 TIME TBC

Wed 26

Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Your Friends 12A p8 Film Quiz Cafebar from 8.30PM Yves Saint Laurent 15 p2 The Grand Budapest... 15 p1 Under the Skin 15 p1 The Machine p3 The Rocket 12A p2 Starred Up 18 p2 Love Strikes! 12A p9 French Food Night Cafebar from 6PM

3:45

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8:45 7:45

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8:30 8:15

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Full programme announced online each Tuesday. Keep updated on our website and social media!

BOX OFFICE OPEN: Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. No phone or online booking fee. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Full £7.70 Conc £6.00 Member £6.10 Conc Member £5.00 Family Matinee £3.50 per ticket Children under 16 £4.00 Bringing Up Baby! £4.50 Silver Screen Matinees £4.50

PINK times indicate an introduction before the screening. ORANGE indicates a Q&A session after the screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN times indicate a Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates a Supportive Environment screening. RED times indicate a Silver Screen screening.


MARCH 2014

08

MARCH 2014

09

LIVE BY SATELLITE

EAST SIDE STORIES

MARCH 2014

SPECIALS

JAPANESE CINEMA DEPICTING THE LIVES OF YOUTH

10 THE DOUBLE PREVIEW + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A (15)

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

We want to thank Arts Council England, all of our partners, supporters and crucially you, our audience for continuing to be curious and bold, journeying with us into new territories. We hope to see you in the Near Now.

To find out more about our Near Now programme, upcoming events and the Fellowship visit nearnow.org.uk

THE STORY OF YONOSUKE (15)

LOVE STRIKES! (MOTEKI) (15) With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Hitoshi Ohne Japan 2011 118m

Dir: Koji Hagiuda Japan 2007 120m

Dir: Shuichi Okita Japan 2012 160m

Starring: Masami Nagasawa, Mirai Moriyama

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Riko Narumi

Starring: Kengo Kora, Yuriko Yoshitaka

Child prodigy and gifted pianist Uta, has no life other than playing the piano. Facing various doubts and problems, and haunted by her father’s disappearance, Uta forms an unlikely friendship with the older Wao, who is an aspiring musician, but lacks the drive to succeed. That is until Uta comes into his life...

18-year-old Yonosuke arrives in Tokyo to begin life as a student in 1987. Taking pleasure in life’s simple things, Yonosuke touches everyone he meets. Decades later, his friends’ stories paint a picture of his life, and his whereabouts today. Little do they know of the selfless tragedy that has befallen their ‘ordinary’ friend.

Nerdy, diffident and pop culture-loving blogger Yukiyo (Mirai Moriyama) finds himself all of a sudden more popular with girls. Overpowered by the surge of interest, Yukiyo finds himself in an out-ofcontrol situation in this madcap romantic comedy. Based on the hit TV-drama of the same name, it is packed full of J-pop and karaoke sequences to enjoy!

NT LIVE WAR HORSE The National Theatre’s original stage production of War Horse, broadcast from London’s West End. Tickets £14 full / £12 concs + members

SAT 1, 5PM LIVE SUN 2, 12PM ENCORE

Borodin’s defining Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years.

With English Subtitles Dir: Suzuki Matsuo Japan 2004 114m Starring: Ryuhei Matsuda, Wakana Sakai

Two social misfits – ‘rock’ manga artist Mon and cosplay-obsessed Koino – collide in this quirky love-drama, set in the vibrant world of Japanese contemporary pop culture including manga fandom and cosplay conventions. Look out for a number of high-profile cameos, including directors Takashi Miike and Shinya Tsukamoto, who appear on screen!

SAT 1, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 2, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SAT 8, 12PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 9, 12PM ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR

OTAKUS IN LOVE (15)

SUPPORTED BY

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

SHINDO (WONDER CHILD) (12A)

FRI 21, 5.45PM

or www.broadway.org/nearnow

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

WED 26, 5.45PM

TUE 4, 7.30PM

GOLDFRAPP: TALES OF US (12A) Tales of Us is a unique cinema event marking the return of one of music’s most captivating and spectacular bands, Goldfrapp. A never before seen music film inspired by Goldfrapp’s new album, followed by an exclusive live performance of classic songs and selections from the remarkable new album. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

SUN 23, 8PM

TUE 25, 5.30PM

THU 27, 5.45PM

COLORFUL (12A)

YOUR FRIENDS (12A)

CAPTURING DAD (12A)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Keiichi Hara Japan 2010 126m

Dir: Ryuichi Hiroki Japan 2008 125m

Dir: Ryota Nakano Japan 2012 74m

Starring: Keiji Fujiwara, Kumiko Aso

Starring: Anna Ishibashi, Ayu Kitaura

Starring: Nanoka Matsubara, Makiko Watanabe

A dejected spirit is given a second chance at life when he is placed in the body of 14-year-old boy who has been experiencing a difficult time at home and school, in this sincere exploration into the lives and minds of early teens in contemporary Japan.

Two schoolgirls form a friendship strengthened by their disabilities that their classmates can neither understand nor share. Years on, one recalls their unique relationship to a photojournalist. A heart-warming tale about how a childhood friendship can last a lifetime.

In Ryota Nakano’s award-winning debut feature film, two sisters embark on a trip to visit their estranged father who is dying of cancer, setting out to fulfil their mother’s request to capture a photo of him.

MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER Two of opera’s greatest artists- Jonas Kaufmann and Sophie Kosh - appear together for the first time at the Met in Massenet’s sublime adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary and tragic romance. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

Dir: John Hardwick United Kingdom 2013 90m

Idealistic Dixie and his girlfriend Shell leave their small Welsh hometown for London, where Dixie intends to let nothing stand between him and his dream of being the manager of a bigtime rock band. Expanded from a YouTube cult series, this is a sweet comedy. We are pleased to welcome members of the cast and crew to this screening for a Q&A.

MON 31, 6PM

SUN 16, 2PM

SUN 30, 2PM

UNTOUCHABLE (15)

THE SOUND OF MUSIC (U)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Robert Wise US 1965 172m

MONTY PYTHON’S LIFE OF BRIAN (15)

Dir: Olivier Nakache France 2012 112m

Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer

Dir: Terry Jones United Kingdom 1979 90m

Starring: Francois Cluzet, Omar Sy

A sugar-coated delight featuring the musical gems ‘My Favourite Things’, ‘Do Re Mi’, ‘Edelweiss’ and the stirring ‘Climb Every Mountain’. HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY NATALIE SISSON FROM EVERYONE WHO LOVES YOU!

Starring: Terry Gilliam, John Cleese

The story of the unlikely friendship between stuffy, wheelchair-bound millionaire Philippe and his streetwise Senegalese carer, Driss. With great chemistry between the two leads, this heartwarming crowd-pleaser is a winning, feel-good comedy. IN MEMORY OF DEBORAH RUTH McKEOWN. DEBI LOVED THIS FILM.

JON RONSON’S FRANK STORY

EDUCATION SCREENING MON 31, 10AM

PRIVATE PEACEFUL + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO (12A) 100m Starring: Jack O’Connell, Richard Griffiths

Private Peaceful is one of the greatest books ever written for young adults about the tragedy of WW1. The film of Private Peaceful has been praised by teachers as an excellent teaching aid in its depictions of WW1 and for remaining true to the novel. THIS SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO. Tickets: Students £3.50 / Teachers FREE

SUN 2, 2PM

WED 5, 8.00PM

ROBIN INCE IS (IN AND) OUT OF HIS MIND Robin Ince - Sony Gold Award winning comedian and science enthusiast (Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage with Prof Brian Cox) - presents another in his line of unhinged stand-up comic lectures. Robin now delves into his mind and possibly your mind too. 2 x 45m + interval Tickets: £12

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

2 x 45m + 20m interval Tickets: £12 full / £10 conc + member

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

The Pythons’ classic satire on religion and Hollywood’s depiction of all things biblical has a magic moment in just about every scene. It’s set in the chaos and poverty of Judea 33 AD, where there are more messiahs than you can shake a stick at in the streets, and one of them of course is the reluctant Brian Cohen. Movie Mail CONGRATULATIONS TO SIMON, 50 NOT OUT. WELCOME TO CHEAP INSURANCE!

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

FREE

WED 26, FROM 6PM

FRENCH FOOD NIGHT

THE ITALIAN JOB

Join us as we watch the great and greatly missed Phillip Seymour Hoffman in one of his smaller yet best-loved roles as Brandt. White Russians will, of course, be available at the bar. “Well, enjoy! And perhaps we’ll see you again some time.”

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins

Sally Hawkins stars as the Ford assembly worker who takes on the management over equal pay in this fictionalised true story from Calendar Girls director Nigel Cole. NOTTS NUT WOMEN’S NETWORK SUN 9, 2PM

JURASSIC PARK (PG) Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 1993 121m

CINEBAR: THE BIG LEBOWSKI (15) 112m

THU 13, FROM 8.45PM

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

Starring: Laura Dern, Sam Neil

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

FILM QUIZ Colin our Bar Manager will deliver this month’s quiz. No theme this time - just film pure and simple! £1 a head to join in.

BRITAIN’S GREATEST LYRICISTS, Don Black, with music from stage to screen.

BORN FREE

DANCES WITH WOLVES THE

DON BLACK SONGBOOK starring

RETURN

S

BEN

LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING TELL ME ON A SUNDAY

THUNDERBALL THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH

FRI 28, 10.30PM

Celebrating and telling the story of the career & life of OSCAR WINNER, & one of

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

SUNSET BOULEVARD

2010 108m

Millionaire John Hammond asks two dinosaur experts to act as consultants for his amusement park, which has DNAcloned live dinosaurs as the main attraction. What could possibly go wrong? HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY WILL!

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

TO SIR WITH LOVE

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

For three years, in the late 1980s, Jon Ronson was the keyboard player with the Frank Sidebottom Oh Blimey Big Band. Frank wore a big papier-mâché head - nobody outside his inner circle knew his true identity - and the act involved them doing oompah versions of pop classics. Those were Frank’s zenith years. And then it all went wrong... Now Jon presents a one-man show telling the true story behind a new fictionalised movie co-written by him and soon to be released. Part funny memoir, part movie diary, this is a tribute to outsider artists too wonderfully strange to ever make it in the mainstream.

SUN 23, 2PM

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

To complement the biopic Yves Saint Laurent, screening from the 21st March, we will have French food on our specials menu tonight.

Starring: Jonny Owen, Vicky McClure

LIVE COMEDY

Dir: Pat O’Connor United Kingdom 2012

SAT 15, 4.55PM LIVE SUN 16, 12PM ENCORE

SVENGALI + Q&A (15)

MADE IN DEGENHAM

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

We have worked with over 35 artists and brought you monthly talks from Hospital Club 100 nominated The Poundshop, Design Museum’s Design of the Year-winner Russell Davies and London-based motion studio Found. Our work has been shown at the V&A, AND Festival, MU, GameCity and SXSW (South by Southwest) to name a few.

You can learn more about Near Now by joining us at our regular talks, watching occasional shorts ahead of our feature films, subscribing to receive the e-newsletter or by visiting our new pop up gallery (news of that exciting development later this year).

MON 24, 7.45PM

FRI 28, 8.15PM

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

Our various commissions have so far allowed us to turn carrots into musical instruments with Dentaku’s Ototo, question how our fast-paced modern lifestyle is at odds with our happiness with Belasco & New’s soul-tracking app Soul Lines and even research the technologies and processes of protecting our planet from asteroid strikes (with NASA Ames and the SETI Institute) in Nelly Ben Hayoun’s Disaster Playground.

2013 is also the year we launched the Near Now Fellowship; a new £30k national scheme to support professional development in the arts. Dejan Mitrovic, Harry Sanderson and Ben Vickers, our first three Near Now Fellows, are recognised as some of the most exceptional artistic talents working in the UK.

SAT 22, 5.30PM

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

FILM

In 2013, we launched Near Now supported using public funding by Arts Council England through its National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) progamme. Through Near Now, we work closely with artists, designers, technologists, scientists and educators to produce and present playful projects that explore the ways in which technology is changing our world.

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Mia Wasikowska

After delighting us with Submarine, multi-talented maestro Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Fyodor Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg. Imagine a noirish, nightmare world that feels like somewhere behind the Iron Curtain in the 1950s. Simon is a meek, mildmannered worker undervalued by his colleagues and invisible in any social situation. Then he meets James, a smug, arrogant doppelganger with all the charm and confidence that Simon lacks. A darkly amusing existential comedy that descends into heartbreaking tragedy. Glasgow Film Festival

MARCH 2014

FOOD

Ever since Broadway emerged from a consortium of arts, film and new technology organisations in the late 1980s, we have continued to offer the resources to support people who both advance and challenge trends and the increasing role technology plays in our everyday lives.

11

MY MOVIE

THU 27, TIME TBC

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

This year’s Japan Foundation annual touring film programme will offer an enlightening and expansive introduction to Japanese cinema through the framework of ‘youth’. Showcasing a vast variety of styles and tones, this programme will take a broad look at how the adults of tomorrow have been portrayed in Japanese cinema over the years by a number of established and up-and-coming directors, through stories of individuals struggling to find a sense of meaning and identity within the world.

MARCH 2014

TO THE STAGE!

Martine McCutcheon Gary Wilmot

OUT OF AFRICA BOMBAY DREAMS DOWNTON ABBEY

Ricardo Afonso

Directed by Olivier Award Winner MARIA FRIEDMAN With full band conducted by MIKE DIXON

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 0115 989 5555 WWW.TRCH.CO.UK/DONBLACK

A S E N B L A P R E S E N TAT I O N | L I K E ‘ S E N B L A L I V E E V E N T S ’ O N FA C E B O O K

BILLY TRUE GRIT ASPECTS OF LOVE


MARCH 2014

08

MARCH 2014

09

LIVE BY SATELLITE

EAST SIDE STORIES

MARCH 2014

SPECIALS

JAPANESE CINEMA DEPICTING THE LIVES OF YOUTH

10 THE DOUBLE PREVIEW + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A (15)

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

We want to thank Arts Council England, all of our partners, supporters and crucially you, our audience for continuing to be curious and bold, journeying with us into new territories. We hope to see you in the Near Now.

To find out more about our Near Now programme, upcoming events and the Fellowship visit nearnow.org.uk

THE STORY OF YONOSUKE (15)

LOVE STRIKES! (MOTEKI) (15) With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Hitoshi Ohne Japan 2011 118m

Dir: Koji Hagiuda Japan 2007 120m

Dir: Shuichi Okita Japan 2012 160m

Starring: Masami Nagasawa, Mirai Moriyama

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Riko Narumi

Starring: Kengo Kora, Yuriko Yoshitaka

Child prodigy and gifted pianist Uta, has no life other than playing the piano. Facing various doubts and problems, and haunted by her father’s disappearance, Uta forms an unlikely friendship with the older Wao, who is an aspiring musician, but lacks the drive to succeed. That is until Uta comes into his life...

18-year-old Yonosuke arrives in Tokyo to begin life as a student in 1987. Taking pleasure in life’s simple things, Yonosuke touches everyone he meets. Decades later, his friends’ stories paint a picture of his life, and his whereabouts today. Little do they know of the selfless tragedy that has befallen their ‘ordinary’ friend.

Nerdy, diffident and pop culture-loving blogger Yukiyo (Mirai Moriyama) finds himself all of a sudden more popular with girls. Overpowered by the surge of interest, Yukiyo finds himself in an out-ofcontrol situation in this madcap romantic comedy. Based on the hit TV-drama of the same name, it is packed full of J-pop and karaoke sequences to enjoy!

NT LIVE WAR HORSE The National Theatre’s original stage production of War Horse, broadcast from London’s West End. Tickets £14 full / £12 concs + members

SAT 1, 5PM LIVE SUN 2, 12PM ENCORE

Borodin’s defining Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years.

With English Subtitles Dir: Suzuki Matsuo Japan 2004 114m Starring: Ryuhei Matsuda, Wakana Sakai

Two social misfits – ‘rock’ manga artist Mon and cosplay-obsessed Koino – collide in this quirky love-drama, set in the vibrant world of Japanese contemporary pop culture including manga fandom and cosplay conventions. Look out for a number of high-profile cameos, including directors Takashi Miike and Shinya Tsukamoto, who appear on screen!

SAT 1, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 2, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SAT 8, 12PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 9, 12PM ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR

OTAKUS IN LOVE (15)

SUPPORTED BY

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

SHINDO (WONDER CHILD) (12A)

FRI 21, 5.45PM

or www.broadway.org/nearnow

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

WED 26, 5.45PM

TUE 4, 7.30PM

GOLDFRAPP: TALES OF US (12A) Tales of Us is a unique cinema event marking the return of one of music’s most captivating and spectacular bands, Goldfrapp. A never before seen music film inspired by Goldfrapp’s new album, followed by an exclusive live performance of classic songs and selections from the remarkable new album. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

SUN 23, 8PM

TUE 25, 5.30PM

THU 27, 5.45PM

COLORFUL (12A)

YOUR FRIENDS (12A)

CAPTURING DAD (12A)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Keiichi Hara Japan 2010 126m

Dir: Ryuichi Hiroki Japan 2008 125m

Dir: Ryota Nakano Japan 2012 74m

Starring: Keiji Fujiwara, Kumiko Aso

Starring: Anna Ishibashi, Ayu Kitaura

Starring: Nanoka Matsubara, Makiko Watanabe

A dejected spirit is given a second chance at life when he is placed in the body of 14-year-old boy who has been experiencing a difficult time at home and school, in this sincere exploration into the lives and minds of early teens in contemporary Japan.

Two schoolgirls form a friendship strengthened by their disabilities that their classmates can neither understand nor share. Years on, one recalls their unique relationship to a photojournalist. A heart-warming tale about how a childhood friendship can last a lifetime.

In Ryota Nakano’s award-winning debut feature film, two sisters embark on a trip to visit their estranged father who is dying of cancer, setting out to fulfil their mother’s request to capture a photo of him.

MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER Two of opera’s greatest artists- Jonas Kaufmann and Sophie Kosh - appear together for the first time at the Met in Massenet’s sublime adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary and tragic romance. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

Dir: John Hardwick United Kingdom 2013 90m

Idealistic Dixie and his girlfriend Shell leave their small Welsh hometown for London, where Dixie intends to let nothing stand between him and his dream of being the manager of a bigtime rock band. Expanded from a YouTube cult series, this is a sweet comedy. We are pleased to welcome members of the cast and crew to this screening for a Q&A.

MON 31, 6PM

SUN 16, 2PM

SUN 30, 2PM

UNTOUCHABLE (15)

THE SOUND OF MUSIC (U)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Robert Wise US 1965 172m

MONTY PYTHON’S LIFE OF BRIAN (15)

Dir: Olivier Nakache France 2012 112m

Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer

Dir: Terry Jones United Kingdom 1979 90m

Starring: Francois Cluzet, Omar Sy

A sugar-coated delight featuring the musical gems ‘My Favourite Things’, ‘Do Re Mi’, ‘Edelweiss’ and the stirring ‘Climb Every Mountain’. HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY NATALIE SISSON FROM EVERYONE WHO LOVES YOU!

Starring: Terry Gilliam, John Cleese

The story of the unlikely friendship between stuffy, wheelchair-bound millionaire Philippe and his streetwise Senegalese carer, Driss. With great chemistry between the two leads, this heartwarming crowd-pleaser is a winning, feel-good comedy. IN MEMORY OF DEBORAH RUTH McKEOWN. DEBI LOVED THIS FILM.

JON RONSON’S FRANK STORY

EDUCATION SCREENING MON 31, 10AM

PRIVATE PEACEFUL + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO (12A) 100m Starring: Jack O’Connell, Richard Griffiths

Private Peaceful is one of the greatest books ever written for young adults about the tragedy of WW1. The film of Private Peaceful has been praised by teachers as an excellent teaching aid in its depictions of WW1 and for remaining true to the novel. THIS SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO. Tickets: Students £3.50 / Teachers FREE

SUN 2, 2PM

WED 5, 8.00PM

ROBIN INCE IS (IN AND) OUT OF HIS MIND Robin Ince - Sony Gold Award winning comedian and science enthusiast (Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage with Prof Brian Cox) - presents another in his line of unhinged stand-up comic lectures. Robin now delves into his mind and possibly your mind too. 2 x 45m + interval Tickets: £12

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

2 x 45m + 20m interval Tickets: £12 full / £10 conc + member

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

The Pythons’ classic satire on religion and Hollywood’s depiction of all things biblical has a magic moment in just about every scene. It’s set in the chaos and poverty of Judea 33 AD, where there are more messiahs than you can shake a stick at in the streets, and one of them of course is the reluctant Brian Cohen. Movie Mail CONGRATULATIONS TO SIMON, 50 NOT OUT. WELCOME TO CHEAP INSURANCE!

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

FREE

WED 26, FROM 6PM

FRENCH FOOD NIGHT

THE ITALIAN JOB

Join us as we watch the great and greatly missed Phillip Seymour Hoffman in one of his smaller yet best-loved roles as Brandt. White Russians will, of course, be available at the bar. “Well, enjoy! And perhaps we’ll see you again some time.”

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins

Sally Hawkins stars as the Ford assembly worker who takes on the management over equal pay in this fictionalised true story from Calendar Girls director Nigel Cole. NOTTS NUT WOMEN’S NETWORK SUN 9, 2PM

JURASSIC PARK (PG) Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 1993 121m

CINEBAR: THE BIG LEBOWSKI (15) 112m

THU 13, FROM 8.45PM

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

Starring: Laura Dern, Sam Neil

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

FILM QUIZ Colin our Bar Manager will deliver this month’s quiz. No theme this time - just film pure and simple! £1 a head to join in.

BRITAIN’S GREATEST LYRICISTS, Don Black, with music from stage to screen.

BORN FREE

DANCES WITH WOLVES THE

DON BLACK SONGBOOK starring

RETURN

S

BEN

LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING TELL ME ON A SUNDAY

THUNDERBALL THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH

FRI 28, 10.30PM

Celebrating and telling the story of the career & life of OSCAR WINNER, & one of

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

SUNSET BOULEVARD

2010 108m

Millionaire John Hammond asks two dinosaur experts to act as consultants for his amusement park, which has DNAcloned live dinosaurs as the main attraction. What could possibly go wrong? HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY WILL!

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

TO SIR WITH LOVE

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

For three years, in the late 1980s, Jon Ronson was the keyboard player with the Frank Sidebottom Oh Blimey Big Band. Frank wore a big papier-mâché head - nobody outside his inner circle knew his true identity - and the act involved them doing oompah versions of pop classics. Those were Frank’s zenith years. And then it all went wrong... Now Jon presents a one-man show telling the true story behind a new fictionalised movie co-written by him and soon to be released. Part funny memoir, part movie diary, this is a tribute to outsider artists too wonderfully strange to ever make it in the mainstream.

SUN 23, 2PM

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

To complement the biopic Yves Saint Laurent, screening from the 21st March, we will have French food on our specials menu tonight.

Starring: Jonny Owen, Vicky McClure

LIVE COMEDY

Dir: Pat O’Connor United Kingdom 2012

SAT 15, 4.55PM LIVE SUN 16, 12PM ENCORE

SVENGALI + Q&A (15)

MADE IN DEGENHAM

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

We have worked with over 35 artists and brought you monthly talks from Hospital Club 100 nominated The Poundshop, Design Museum’s Design of the Year-winner Russell Davies and London-based motion studio Found. Our work has been shown at the V&A, AND Festival, MU, GameCity and SXSW (South by Southwest) to name a few.

You can learn more about Near Now by joining us at our regular talks, watching occasional shorts ahead of our feature films, subscribing to receive the e-newsletter or by visiting our new pop up gallery (news of that exciting development later this year).

MON 24, 7.45PM

FRI 28, 8.15PM

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

Our various commissions have so far allowed us to turn carrots into musical instruments with Dentaku’s Ototo, question how our fast-paced modern lifestyle is at odds with our happiness with Belasco & New’s soul-tracking app Soul Lines and even research the technologies and processes of protecting our planet from asteroid strikes (with NASA Ames and the SETI Institute) in Nelly Ben Hayoun’s Disaster Playground.

2013 is also the year we launched the Near Now Fellowship; a new £30k national scheme to support professional development in the arts. Dejan Mitrovic, Harry Sanderson and Ben Vickers, our first three Near Now Fellows, are recognised as some of the most exceptional artistic talents working in the UK.

SAT 22, 5.30PM

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

FILM

In 2013, we launched Near Now supported using public funding by Arts Council England through its National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) progamme. Through Near Now, we work closely with artists, designers, technologists, scientists and educators to produce and present playful projects that explore the ways in which technology is changing our world.

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Mia Wasikowska

After delighting us with Submarine, multi-talented maestro Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Fyodor Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg. Imagine a noirish, nightmare world that feels like somewhere behind the Iron Curtain in the 1950s. Simon is a meek, mildmannered worker undervalued by his colleagues and invisible in any social situation. Then he meets James, a smug, arrogant doppelganger with all the charm and confidence that Simon lacks. A darkly amusing existential comedy that descends into heartbreaking tragedy. Glasgow Film Festival

MARCH 2014

FOOD

Ever since Broadway emerged from a consortium of arts, film and new technology organisations in the late 1980s, we have continued to offer the resources to support people who both advance and challenge trends and the increasing role technology plays in our everyday lives.

11

MY MOVIE

THU 27, TIME TBC

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

This year’s Japan Foundation annual touring film programme will offer an enlightening and expansive introduction to Japanese cinema through the framework of ‘youth’. Showcasing a vast variety of styles and tones, this programme will take a broad look at how the adults of tomorrow have been portrayed in Japanese cinema over the years by a number of established and up-and-coming directors, through stories of individuals struggling to find a sense of meaning and identity within the world.

MARCH 2014

TO THE STAGE!

Martine McCutcheon Gary Wilmot

OUT OF AFRICA BOMBAY DREAMS DOWNTON ABBEY

Ricardo Afonso

Directed by Olivier Award Winner MARIA FRIEDMAN With full band conducted by MIKE DIXON

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 0115 989 5555 WWW.TRCH.CO.UK/DONBLACK

A S E N B L A P R E S E N TAT I O N | L I K E ‘ S E N B L A L I V E E V E N T S ’ O N FA C E B O O K

BILLY TRUE GRIT ASPECTS OF LOVE


MARCH 2014

08

MARCH 2014

09

LIVE BY SATELLITE

EAST SIDE STORIES

MARCH 2014

SPECIALS

JAPANESE CINEMA DEPICTING THE LIVES OF YOUTH

10 THE DOUBLE PREVIEW + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A (15)

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

We want to thank Arts Council England, all of our partners, supporters and crucially you, our audience for continuing to be curious and bold, journeying with us into new territories. We hope to see you in the Near Now.

To find out more about our Near Now programme, upcoming events and the Fellowship visit nearnow.org.uk

THE STORY OF YONOSUKE (15)

LOVE STRIKES! (MOTEKI) (15) With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Hitoshi Ohne Japan 2011 118m

Dir: Koji Hagiuda Japan 2007 120m

Dir: Shuichi Okita Japan 2012 160m

Starring: Masami Nagasawa, Mirai Moriyama

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Riko Narumi

Starring: Kengo Kora, Yuriko Yoshitaka

Child prodigy and gifted pianist Uta, has no life other than playing the piano. Facing various doubts and problems, and haunted by her father’s disappearance, Uta forms an unlikely friendship with the older Wao, who is an aspiring musician, but lacks the drive to succeed. That is until Uta comes into his life...

18-year-old Yonosuke arrives in Tokyo to begin life as a student in 1987. Taking pleasure in life’s simple things, Yonosuke touches everyone he meets. Decades later, his friends’ stories paint a picture of his life, and his whereabouts today. Little do they know of the selfless tragedy that has befallen their ‘ordinary’ friend.

Nerdy, diffident and pop culture-loving blogger Yukiyo (Mirai Moriyama) finds himself all of a sudden more popular with girls. Overpowered by the surge of interest, Yukiyo finds himself in an out-ofcontrol situation in this madcap romantic comedy. Based on the hit TV-drama of the same name, it is packed full of J-pop and karaoke sequences to enjoy!

NT LIVE WAR HORSE The National Theatre’s original stage production of War Horse, broadcast from London’s West End. Tickets £14 full / £12 concs + members

SAT 1, 5PM LIVE SUN 2, 12PM ENCORE

Borodin’s defining Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years.

With English Subtitles Dir: Suzuki Matsuo Japan 2004 114m Starring: Ryuhei Matsuda, Wakana Sakai

Two social misfits – ‘rock’ manga artist Mon and cosplay-obsessed Koino – collide in this quirky love-drama, set in the vibrant world of Japanese contemporary pop culture including manga fandom and cosplay conventions. Look out for a number of high-profile cameos, including directors Takashi Miike and Shinya Tsukamoto, who appear on screen!

SAT 1, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 2, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SAT 8, 12PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 9, 12PM ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR

OTAKUS IN LOVE (15)

SUPPORTED BY

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

SHINDO (WONDER CHILD) (12A)

FRI 21, 5.45PM

or www.broadway.org/nearnow

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

WED 26, 5.45PM

TUE 4, 7.30PM

GOLDFRAPP: TALES OF US (12A) Tales of Us is a unique cinema event marking the return of one of music’s most captivating and spectacular bands, Goldfrapp. A never before seen music film inspired by Goldfrapp’s new album, followed by an exclusive live performance of classic songs and selections from the remarkable new album. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

SUN 23, 8PM

TUE 25, 5.30PM

THU 27, 5.45PM

COLORFUL (12A)

YOUR FRIENDS (12A)

CAPTURING DAD (12A)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Keiichi Hara Japan 2010 126m

Dir: Ryuichi Hiroki Japan 2008 125m

Dir: Ryota Nakano Japan 2012 74m

Starring: Keiji Fujiwara, Kumiko Aso

Starring: Anna Ishibashi, Ayu Kitaura

Starring: Nanoka Matsubara, Makiko Watanabe

A dejected spirit is given a second chance at life when he is placed in the body of 14-year-old boy who has been experiencing a difficult time at home and school, in this sincere exploration into the lives and minds of early teens in contemporary Japan.

Two schoolgirls form a friendship strengthened by their disabilities that their classmates can neither understand nor share. Years on, one recalls their unique relationship to a photojournalist. A heart-warming tale about how a childhood friendship can last a lifetime.

In Ryota Nakano’s award-winning debut feature film, two sisters embark on a trip to visit their estranged father who is dying of cancer, setting out to fulfil their mother’s request to capture a photo of him.

MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER Two of opera’s greatest artists- Jonas Kaufmann and Sophie Kosh - appear together for the first time at the Met in Massenet’s sublime adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary and tragic romance. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

Dir: John Hardwick United Kingdom 2013 90m

Idealistic Dixie and his girlfriend Shell leave their small Welsh hometown for London, where Dixie intends to let nothing stand between him and his dream of being the manager of a bigtime rock band. Expanded from a YouTube cult series, this is a sweet comedy. We are pleased to welcome members of the cast and crew to this screening for a Q&A.

MON 31, 6PM

SUN 16, 2PM

SUN 30, 2PM

UNTOUCHABLE (15)

THE SOUND OF MUSIC (U)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Robert Wise US 1965 172m

MONTY PYTHON’S LIFE OF BRIAN (15)

Dir: Olivier Nakache France 2012 112m

Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer

Dir: Terry Jones United Kingdom 1979 90m

Starring: Francois Cluzet, Omar Sy

A sugar-coated delight featuring the musical gems ‘My Favourite Things’, ‘Do Re Mi’, ‘Edelweiss’ and the stirring ‘Climb Every Mountain’. HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY NATALIE SISSON FROM EVERYONE WHO LOVES YOU!

Starring: Terry Gilliam, John Cleese

The story of the unlikely friendship between stuffy, wheelchair-bound millionaire Philippe and his streetwise Senegalese carer, Driss. With great chemistry between the two leads, this heartwarming crowd-pleaser is a winning, feel-good comedy. IN MEMORY OF DEBORAH RUTH McKEOWN. DEBI LOVED THIS FILM.

JON RONSON’S FRANK STORY

EDUCATION SCREENING MON 31, 10AM

PRIVATE PEACEFUL + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO (12A) 100m Starring: Jack O’Connell, Richard Griffiths

Private Peaceful is one of the greatest books ever written for young adults about the tragedy of WW1. The film of Private Peaceful has been praised by teachers as an excellent teaching aid in its depictions of WW1 and for remaining true to the novel. THIS SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO. Tickets: Students £3.50 / Teachers FREE

SUN 2, 2PM

WED 5, 8.00PM

ROBIN INCE IS (IN AND) OUT OF HIS MIND Robin Ince - Sony Gold Award winning comedian and science enthusiast (Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage with Prof Brian Cox) - presents another in his line of unhinged stand-up comic lectures. Robin now delves into his mind and possibly your mind too. 2 x 45m + interval Tickets: £12

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

2 x 45m + 20m interval Tickets: £12 full / £10 conc + member

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

The Pythons’ classic satire on religion and Hollywood’s depiction of all things biblical has a magic moment in just about every scene. It’s set in the chaos and poverty of Judea 33 AD, where there are more messiahs than you can shake a stick at in the streets, and one of them of course is the reluctant Brian Cohen. Movie Mail CONGRATULATIONS TO SIMON, 50 NOT OUT. WELCOME TO CHEAP INSURANCE!

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

FREE

WED 26, FROM 6PM

FRENCH FOOD NIGHT

THE ITALIAN JOB

Join us as we watch the great and greatly missed Phillip Seymour Hoffman in one of his smaller yet best-loved roles as Brandt. White Russians will, of course, be available at the bar. “Well, enjoy! And perhaps we’ll see you again some time.”

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins

Sally Hawkins stars as the Ford assembly worker who takes on the management over equal pay in this fictionalised true story from Calendar Girls director Nigel Cole. NOTTS NUT WOMEN’S NETWORK SUN 9, 2PM

JURASSIC PARK (PG) Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 1993 121m

CINEBAR: THE BIG LEBOWSKI (15) 112m

THU 13, FROM 8.45PM

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

Starring: Laura Dern, Sam Neil

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

FILM QUIZ Colin our Bar Manager will deliver this month’s quiz. No theme this time - just film pure and simple! £1 a head to join in.

BRITAIN’S GREATEST LYRICISTS, Don Black, with music from stage to screen.

BORN FREE

DANCES WITH WOLVES THE

DON BLACK SONGBOOK starring

RETURN

S

BEN

LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING TELL ME ON A SUNDAY

THUNDERBALL THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH

FRI 28, 10.30PM

Celebrating and telling the story of the career & life of OSCAR WINNER, & one of

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

SUNSET BOULEVARD

2010 108m

Millionaire John Hammond asks two dinosaur experts to act as consultants for his amusement park, which has DNAcloned live dinosaurs as the main attraction. What could possibly go wrong? HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY WILL!

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

TO SIR WITH LOVE

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

For three years, in the late 1980s, Jon Ronson was the keyboard player with the Frank Sidebottom Oh Blimey Big Band. Frank wore a big papier-mâché head - nobody outside his inner circle knew his true identity - and the act involved them doing oompah versions of pop classics. Those were Frank’s zenith years. And then it all went wrong... Now Jon presents a one-man show telling the true story behind a new fictionalised movie co-written by him and soon to be released. Part funny memoir, part movie diary, this is a tribute to outsider artists too wonderfully strange to ever make it in the mainstream.

SUN 23, 2PM

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

To complement the biopic Yves Saint Laurent, screening from the 21st March, we will have French food on our specials menu tonight.

Starring: Jonny Owen, Vicky McClure

LIVE COMEDY

Dir: Pat O’Connor United Kingdom 2012

SAT 15, 4.55PM LIVE SUN 16, 12PM ENCORE

SVENGALI + Q&A (15)

MADE IN DEGENHAM

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

We have worked with over 35 artists and brought you monthly talks from Hospital Club 100 nominated The Poundshop, Design Museum’s Design of the Year-winner Russell Davies and London-based motion studio Found. Our work has been shown at the V&A, AND Festival, MU, GameCity and SXSW (South by Southwest) to name a few.

You can learn more about Near Now by joining us at our regular talks, watching occasional shorts ahead of our feature films, subscribing to receive the e-newsletter or by visiting our new pop up gallery (news of that exciting development later this year).

MON 24, 7.45PM

FRI 28, 8.15PM

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

Our various commissions have so far allowed us to turn carrots into musical instruments with Dentaku’s Ototo, question how our fast-paced modern lifestyle is at odds with our happiness with Belasco & New’s soul-tracking app Soul Lines and even research the technologies and processes of protecting our planet from asteroid strikes (with NASA Ames and the SETI Institute) in Nelly Ben Hayoun’s Disaster Playground.

2013 is also the year we launched the Near Now Fellowship; a new £30k national scheme to support professional development in the arts. Dejan Mitrovic, Harry Sanderson and Ben Vickers, our first three Near Now Fellows, are recognised as some of the most exceptional artistic talents working in the UK.

SAT 22, 5.30PM

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

FILM

In 2013, we launched Near Now supported using public funding by Arts Council England through its National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) progamme. Through Near Now, we work closely with artists, designers, technologists, scientists and educators to produce and present playful projects that explore the ways in which technology is changing our world.

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Mia Wasikowska

After delighting us with Submarine, multi-talented maestro Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Fyodor Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg. Imagine a noirish, nightmare world that feels like somewhere behind the Iron Curtain in the 1950s. Simon is a meek, mildmannered worker undervalued by his colleagues and invisible in any social situation. Then he meets James, a smug, arrogant doppelganger with all the charm and confidence that Simon lacks. A darkly amusing existential comedy that descends into heartbreaking tragedy. Glasgow Film Festival

MARCH 2014

FOOD

Ever since Broadway emerged from a consortium of arts, film and new technology organisations in the late 1980s, we have continued to offer the resources to support people who both advance and challenge trends and the increasing role technology plays in our everyday lives.

11

MY MOVIE

THU 27, TIME TBC

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

This year’s Japan Foundation annual touring film programme will offer an enlightening and expansive introduction to Japanese cinema through the framework of ‘youth’. Showcasing a vast variety of styles and tones, this programme will take a broad look at how the adults of tomorrow have been portrayed in Japanese cinema over the years by a number of established and up-and-coming directors, through stories of individuals struggling to find a sense of meaning and identity within the world.

MARCH 2014

TO THE STAGE!

Martine McCutcheon Gary Wilmot

OUT OF AFRICA BOMBAY DREAMS DOWNTON ABBEY

Ricardo Afonso

Directed by Olivier Award Winner MARIA FRIEDMAN With full band conducted by MIKE DIXON

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 0115 989 5555 WWW.TRCH.CO.UK/DONBLACK

A S E N B L A P R E S E N TAT I O N | L I K E ‘ S E N B L A L I V E E V E N T S ’ O N FA C E B O O K

BILLY TRUE GRIT ASPECTS OF LOVE


MARCH 2014

08

MARCH 2014

09

LIVE BY SATELLITE

EAST SIDE STORIES

MARCH 2014

SPECIALS

JAPANESE CINEMA DEPICTING THE LIVES OF YOUTH

10 THE DOUBLE PREVIEW + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A (15)

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

We want to thank Arts Council England, all of our partners, supporters and crucially you, our audience for continuing to be curious and bold, journeying with us into new territories. We hope to see you in the Near Now.

To find out more about our Near Now programme, upcoming events and the Fellowship visit nearnow.org.uk

THE STORY OF YONOSUKE (15)

LOVE STRIKES! (MOTEKI) (15) With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Hitoshi Ohne Japan 2011 118m

Dir: Koji Hagiuda Japan 2007 120m

Dir: Shuichi Okita Japan 2012 160m

Starring: Masami Nagasawa, Mirai Moriyama

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Riko Narumi

Starring: Kengo Kora, Yuriko Yoshitaka

Child prodigy and gifted pianist Uta, has no life other than playing the piano. Facing various doubts and problems, and haunted by her father’s disappearance, Uta forms an unlikely friendship with the older Wao, who is an aspiring musician, but lacks the drive to succeed. That is until Uta comes into his life...

18-year-old Yonosuke arrives in Tokyo to begin life as a student in 1987. Taking pleasure in life’s simple things, Yonosuke touches everyone he meets. Decades later, his friends’ stories paint a picture of his life, and his whereabouts today. Little do they know of the selfless tragedy that has befallen their ‘ordinary’ friend.

Nerdy, diffident and pop culture-loving blogger Yukiyo (Mirai Moriyama) finds himself all of a sudden more popular with girls. Overpowered by the surge of interest, Yukiyo finds himself in an out-ofcontrol situation in this madcap romantic comedy. Based on the hit TV-drama of the same name, it is packed full of J-pop and karaoke sequences to enjoy!

NT LIVE WAR HORSE The National Theatre’s original stage production of War Horse, broadcast from London’s West End. Tickets £14 full / £12 concs + members

SAT 1, 5PM LIVE SUN 2, 12PM ENCORE

Borodin’s defining Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years.

With English Subtitles Dir: Suzuki Matsuo Japan 2004 114m Starring: Ryuhei Matsuda, Wakana Sakai

Two social misfits – ‘rock’ manga artist Mon and cosplay-obsessed Koino – collide in this quirky love-drama, set in the vibrant world of Japanese contemporary pop culture including manga fandom and cosplay conventions. Look out for a number of high-profile cameos, including directors Takashi Miike and Shinya Tsukamoto, who appear on screen!

SAT 1, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 2, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SAT 8, 12PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 9, 12PM ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR

OTAKUS IN LOVE (15)

SUPPORTED BY

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

SHINDO (WONDER CHILD) (12A)

FRI 21, 5.45PM

or www.broadway.org/nearnow

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

WED 26, 5.45PM

TUE 4, 7.30PM

GOLDFRAPP: TALES OF US (12A) Tales of Us is a unique cinema event marking the return of one of music’s most captivating and spectacular bands, Goldfrapp. A never before seen music film inspired by Goldfrapp’s new album, followed by an exclusive live performance of classic songs and selections from the remarkable new album. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

SUN 23, 8PM

TUE 25, 5.30PM

THU 27, 5.45PM

COLORFUL (12A)

YOUR FRIENDS (12A)

CAPTURING DAD (12A)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Keiichi Hara Japan 2010 126m

Dir: Ryuichi Hiroki Japan 2008 125m

Dir: Ryota Nakano Japan 2012 74m

Starring: Keiji Fujiwara, Kumiko Aso

Starring: Anna Ishibashi, Ayu Kitaura

Starring: Nanoka Matsubara, Makiko Watanabe

A dejected spirit is given a second chance at life when he is placed in the body of 14-year-old boy who has been experiencing a difficult time at home and school, in this sincere exploration into the lives and minds of early teens in contemporary Japan.

Two schoolgirls form a friendship strengthened by their disabilities that their classmates can neither understand nor share. Years on, one recalls their unique relationship to a photojournalist. A heart-warming tale about how a childhood friendship can last a lifetime.

In Ryota Nakano’s award-winning debut feature film, two sisters embark on a trip to visit their estranged father who is dying of cancer, setting out to fulfil their mother’s request to capture a photo of him.

MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER Two of opera’s greatest artists- Jonas Kaufmann and Sophie Kosh - appear together for the first time at the Met in Massenet’s sublime adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary and tragic romance. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

Dir: John Hardwick United Kingdom 2013 90m

Idealistic Dixie and his girlfriend Shell leave their small Welsh hometown for London, where Dixie intends to let nothing stand between him and his dream of being the manager of a bigtime rock band. Expanded from a YouTube cult series, this is a sweet comedy. We are pleased to welcome members of the cast and crew to this screening for a Q&A.

MON 31, 6PM

SUN 16, 2PM

SUN 30, 2PM

UNTOUCHABLE (15)

THE SOUND OF MUSIC (U)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Robert Wise US 1965 172m

MONTY PYTHON’S LIFE OF BRIAN (15)

Dir: Olivier Nakache France 2012 112m

Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer

Dir: Terry Jones United Kingdom 1979 90m

Starring: Francois Cluzet, Omar Sy

A sugar-coated delight featuring the musical gems ‘My Favourite Things’, ‘Do Re Mi’, ‘Edelweiss’ and the stirring ‘Climb Every Mountain’. HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY NATALIE SISSON FROM EVERYONE WHO LOVES YOU!

Starring: Terry Gilliam, John Cleese

The story of the unlikely friendship between stuffy, wheelchair-bound millionaire Philippe and his streetwise Senegalese carer, Driss. With great chemistry between the two leads, this heartwarming crowd-pleaser is a winning, feel-good comedy. IN MEMORY OF DEBORAH RUTH McKEOWN. DEBI LOVED THIS FILM.

JON RONSON’S FRANK STORY

EDUCATION SCREENING MON 31, 10AM

PRIVATE PEACEFUL + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO (12A) 100m Starring: Jack O’Connell, Richard Griffiths

Private Peaceful is one of the greatest books ever written for young adults about the tragedy of WW1. The film of Private Peaceful has been praised by teachers as an excellent teaching aid in its depictions of WW1 and for remaining true to the novel. THIS SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO. Tickets: Students £3.50 / Teachers FREE

SUN 2, 2PM

WED 5, 8.00PM

ROBIN INCE IS (IN AND) OUT OF HIS MIND Robin Ince - Sony Gold Award winning comedian and science enthusiast (Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage with Prof Brian Cox) - presents another in his line of unhinged stand-up comic lectures. Robin now delves into his mind and possibly your mind too. 2 x 45m + interval Tickets: £12

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

2 x 45m + 20m interval Tickets: £12 full / £10 conc + member

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

The Pythons’ classic satire on religion and Hollywood’s depiction of all things biblical has a magic moment in just about every scene. It’s set in the chaos and poverty of Judea 33 AD, where there are more messiahs than you can shake a stick at in the streets, and one of them of course is the reluctant Brian Cohen. Movie Mail CONGRATULATIONS TO SIMON, 50 NOT OUT. WELCOME TO CHEAP INSURANCE!

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

FREE

WED 26, FROM 6PM

FRENCH FOOD NIGHT

THE ITALIAN JOB

Join us as we watch the great and greatly missed Phillip Seymour Hoffman in one of his smaller yet best-loved roles as Brandt. White Russians will, of course, be available at the bar. “Well, enjoy! And perhaps we’ll see you again some time.”

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins

Sally Hawkins stars as the Ford assembly worker who takes on the management over equal pay in this fictionalised true story from Calendar Girls director Nigel Cole. NOTTS NUT WOMEN’S NETWORK SUN 9, 2PM

JURASSIC PARK (PG) Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 1993 121m

CINEBAR: THE BIG LEBOWSKI (15) 112m

THU 13, FROM 8.45PM

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

Starring: Laura Dern, Sam Neil

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

FILM QUIZ Colin our Bar Manager will deliver this month’s quiz. No theme this time - just film pure and simple! £1 a head to join in.

BRITAIN’S GREATEST LYRICISTS, Don Black, with music from stage to screen.

BORN FREE

DANCES WITH WOLVES THE

DON BLACK SONGBOOK starring

RETURN

S

BEN

LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING TELL ME ON A SUNDAY

THUNDERBALL THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH

FRI 28, 10.30PM

Celebrating and telling the story of the career & life of OSCAR WINNER, & one of

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

SUNSET BOULEVARD

2010 108m

Millionaire John Hammond asks two dinosaur experts to act as consultants for his amusement park, which has DNAcloned live dinosaurs as the main attraction. What could possibly go wrong? HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY WILL!

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

TO SIR WITH LOVE

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

For three years, in the late 1980s, Jon Ronson was the keyboard player with the Frank Sidebottom Oh Blimey Big Band. Frank wore a big papier-mâché head - nobody outside his inner circle knew his true identity - and the act involved them doing oompah versions of pop classics. Those were Frank’s zenith years. And then it all went wrong... Now Jon presents a one-man show telling the true story behind a new fictionalised movie co-written by him and soon to be released. Part funny memoir, part movie diary, this is a tribute to outsider artists too wonderfully strange to ever make it in the mainstream.

SUN 23, 2PM

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

To complement the biopic Yves Saint Laurent, screening from the 21st March, we will have French food on our specials menu tonight.

Starring: Jonny Owen, Vicky McClure

LIVE COMEDY

Dir: Pat O’Connor United Kingdom 2012

SAT 15, 4.55PM LIVE SUN 16, 12PM ENCORE

SVENGALI + Q&A (15)

MADE IN DEGENHAM

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

We have worked with over 35 artists and brought you monthly talks from Hospital Club 100 nominated The Poundshop, Design Museum’s Design of the Year-winner Russell Davies and London-based motion studio Found. Our work has been shown at the V&A, AND Festival, MU, GameCity and SXSW (South by Southwest) to name a few.

You can learn more about Near Now by joining us at our regular talks, watching occasional shorts ahead of our feature films, subscribing to receive the e-newsletter or by visiting our new pop up gallery (news of that exciting development later this year).

MON 24, 7.45PM

FRI 28, 8.15PM

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

Our various commissions have so far allowed us to turn carrots into musical instruments with Dentaku’s Ototo, question how our fast-paced modern lifestyle is at odds with our happiness with Belasco & New’s soul-tracking app Soul Lines and even research the technologies and processes of protecting our planet from asteroid strikes (with NASA Ames and the SETI Institute) in Nelly Ben Hayoun’s Disaster Playground.

2013 is also the year we launched the Near Now Fellowship; a new £30k national scheme to support professional development in the arts. Dejan Mitrovic, Harry Sanderson and Ben Vickers, our first three Near Now Fellows, are recognised as some of the most exceptional artistic talents working in the UK.

SAT 22, 5.30PM

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

FILM

In 2013, we launched Near Now supported using public funding by Arts Council England through its National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) progamme. Through Near Now, we work closely with artists, designers, technologists, scientists and educators to produce and present playful projects that explore the ways in which technology is changing our world.

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Mia Wasikowska

After delighting us with Submarine, multi-talented maestro Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Fyodor Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg. Imagine a noirish, nightmare world that feels like somewhere behind the Iron Curtain in the 1950s. Simon is a meek, mildmannered worker undervalued by his colleagues and invisible in any social situation. Then he meets James, a smug, arrogant doppelganger with all the charm and confidence that Simon lacks. A darkly amusing existential comedy that descends into heartbreaking tragedy. Glasgow Film Festival

MARCH 2014

FOOD

Ever since Broadway emerged from a consortium of arts, film and new technology organisations in the late 1980s, we have continued to offer the resources to support people who both advance and challenge trends and the increasing role technology plays in our everyday lives.

11

MY MOVIE

THU 27, TIME TBC

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

This year’s Japan Foundation annual touring film programme will offer an enlightening and expansive introduction to Japanese cinema through the framework of ‘youth’. Showcasing a vast variety of styles and tones, this programme will take a broad look at how the adults of tomorrow have been portrayed in Japanese cinema over the years by a number of established and up-and-coming directors, through stories of individuals struggling to find a sense of meaning and identity within the world.

MARCH 2014

TO THE STAGE!

Martine McCutcheon Gary Wilmot

OUT OF AFRICA BOMBAY DREAMS DOWNTON ABBEY

Ricardo Afonso

Directed by Olivier Award Winner MARIA FRIEDMAN With full band conducted by MIKE DIXON

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 0115 989 5555 WWW.TRCH.CO.UK/DONBLACK

A S E N B L A P R E S E N TAT I O N | L I K E ‘ S E N B L A L I V E E V E N T S ’ O N FA C E B O O K

BILLY TRUE GRIT ASPECTS OF LOVE


MARCH 2014

08

MARCH 2014

09

LIVE BY SATELLITE

EAST SIDE STORIES

MARCH 2014

SPECIALS

JAPANESE CINEMA DEPICTING THE LIVES OF YOUTH

10 THE DOUBLE PREVIEW + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A (15)

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

We want to thank Arts Council England, all of our partners, supporters and crucially you, our audience for continuing to be curious and bold, journeying with us into new territories. We hope to see you in the Near Now.

To find out more about our Near Now programme, upcoming events and the Fellowship visit nearnow.org.uk

THE STORY OF YONOSUKE (15)

LOVE STRIKES! (MOTEKI) (15) With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Hitoshi Ohne Japan 2011 118m

Dir: Koji Hagiuda Japan 2007 120m

Dir: Shuichi Okita Japan 2012 160m

Starring: Masami Nagasawa, Mirai Moriyama

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Riko Narumi

Starring: Kengo Kora, Yuriko Yoshitaka

Child prodigy and gifted pianist Uta, has no life other than playing the piano. Facing various doubts and problems, and haunted by her father’s disappearance, Uta forms an unlikely friendship with the older Wao, who is an aspiring musician, but lacks the drive to succeed. That is until Uta comes into his life...

18-year-old Yonosuke arrives in Tokyo to begin life as a student in 1987. Taking pleasure in life’s simple things, Yonosuke touches everyone he meets. Decades later, his friends’ stories paint a picture of his life, and his whereabouts today. Little do they know of the selfless tragedy that has befallen their ‘ordinary’ friend.

Nerdy, diffident and pop culture-loving blogger Yukiyo (Mirai Moriyama) finds himself all of a sudden more popular with girls. Overpowered by the surge of interest, Yukiyo finds himself in an out-ofcontrol situation in this madcap romantic comedy. Based on the hit TV-drama of the same name, it is packed full of J-pop and karaoke sequences to enjoy!

NT LIVE WAR HORSE The National Theatre’s original stage production of War Horse, broadcast from London’s West End. Tickets £14 full / £12 concs + members

SAT 1, 5PM LIVE SUN 2, 12PM ENCORE

Borodin’s defining Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years.

With English Subtitles Dir: Suzuki Matsuo Japan 2004 114m Starring: Ryuhei Matsuda, Wakana Sakai

Two social misfits – ‘rock’ manga artist Mon and cosplay-obsessed Koino – collide in this quirky love-drama, set in the vibrant world of Japanese contemporary pop culture including manga fandom and cosplay conventions. Look out for a number of high-profile cameos, including directors Takashi Miike and Shinya Tsukamoto, who appear on screen!

SAT 1, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 2, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SAT 8, 12PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 9, 12PM ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR

OTAKUS IN LOVE (15)

SUPPORTED BY

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

SHINDO (WONDER CHILD) (12A)

FRI 21, 5.45PM

or www.broadway.org/nearnow

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

WED 26, 5.45PM

TUE 4, 7.30PM

GOLDFRAPP: TALES OF US (12A) Tales of Us is a unique cinema event marking the return of one of music’s most captivating and spectacular bands, Goldfrapp. A never before seen music film inspired by Goldfrapp’s new album, followed by an exclusive live performance of classic songs and selections from the remarkable new album. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

SUN 23, 8PM

TUE 25, 5.30PM

THU 27, 5.45PM

COLORFUL (12A)

YOUR FRIENDS (12A)

CAPTURING DAD (12A)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Keiichi Hara Japan 2010 126m

Dir: Ryuichi Hiroki Japan 2008 125m

Dir: Ryota Nakano Japan 2012 74m

Starring: Keiji Fujiwara, Kumiko Aso

Starring: Anna Ishibashi, Ayu Kitaura

Starring: Nanoka Matsubara, Makiko Watanabe

A dejected spirit is given a second chance at life when he is placed in the body of 14-year-old boy who has been experiencing a difficult time at home and school, in this sincere exploration into the lives and minds of early teens in contemporary Japan.

Two schoolgirls form a friendship strengthened by their disabilities that their classmates can neither understand nor share. Years on, one recalls their unique relationship to a photojournalist. A heart-warming tale about how a childhood friendship can last a lifetime.

In Ryota Nakano’s award-winning debut feature film, two sisters embark on a trip to visit their estranged father who is dying of cancer, setting out to fulfil their mother’s request to capture a photo of him.

MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER Two of opera’s greatest artists- Jonas Kaufmann and Sophie Kosh - appear together for the first time at the Met in Massenet’s sublime adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary and tragic romance. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

Dir: John Hardwick United Kingdom 2013 90m

Idealistic Dixie and his girlfriend Shell leave their small Welsh hometown for London, where Dixie intends to let nothing stand between him and his dream of being the manager of a bigtime rock band. Expanded from a YouTube cult series, this is a sweet comedy. We are pleased to welcome members of the cast and crew to this screening for a Q&A.

MON 31, 6PM

SUN 16, 2PM

SUN 30, 2PM

UNTOUCHABLE (15)

THE SOUND OF MUSIC (U)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Robert Wise US 1965 172m

MONTY PYTHON’S LIFE OF BRIAN (15)

Dir: Olivier Nakache France 2012 112m

Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer

Dir: Terry Jones United Kingdom 1979 90m

Starring: Francois Cluzet, Omar Sy

A sugar-coated delight featuring the musical gems ‘My Favourite Things’, ‘Do Re Mi’, ‘Edelweiss’ and the stirring ‘Climb Every Mountain’. HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY NATALIE SISSON FROM EVERYONE WHO LOVES YOU!

Starring: Terry Gilliam, John Cleese

The story of the unlikely friendship between stuffy, wheelchair-bound millionaire Philippe and his streetwise Senegalese carer, Driss. With great chemistry between the two leads, this heartwarming crowd-pleaser is a winning, feel-good comedy. IN MEMORY OF DEBORAH RUTH McKEOWN. DEBI LOVED THIS FILM.

JON RONSON’S FRANK STORY

EDUCATION SCREENING MON 31, 10AM

PRIVATE PEACEFUL + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO (12A) 100m Starring: Jack O’Connell, Richard Griffiths

Private Peaceful is one of the greatest books ever written for young adults about the tragedy of WW1. The film of Private Peaceful has been praised by teachers as an excellent teaching aid in its depictions of WW1 and for remaining true to the novel. THIS SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO. Tickets: Students £3.50 / Teachers FREE

SUN 2, 2PM

WED 5, 8.00PM

ROBIN INCE IS (IN AND) OUT OF HIS MIND Robin Ince - Sony Gold Award winning comedian and science enthusiast (Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage with Prof Brian Cox) - presents another in his line of unhinged stand-up comic lectures. Robin now delves into his mind and possibly your mind too. 2 x 45m + interval Tickets: £12

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

2 x 45m + 20m interval Tickets: £12 full / £10 conc + member

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

The Pythons’ classic satire on religion and Hollywood’s depiction of all things biblical has a magic moment in just about every scene. It’s set in the chaos and poverty of Judea 33 AD, where there are more messiahs than you can shake a stick at in the streets, and one of them of course is the reluctant Brian Cohen. Movie Mail CONGRATULATIONS TO SIMON, 50 NOT OUT. WELCOME TO CHEAP INSURANCE!

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

FREE

WED 26, FROM 6PM

FRENCH FOOD NIGHT

THE ITALIAN JOB

Join us as we watch the great and greatly missed Phillip Seymour Hoffman in one of his smaller yet best-loved roles as Brandt. White Russians will, of course, be available at the bar. “Well, enjoy! And perhaps we’ll see you again some time.”

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins

Sally Hawkins stars as the Ford assembly worker who takes on the management over equal pay in this fictionalised true story from Calendar Girls director Nigel Cole. NOTTS NUT WOMEN’S NETWORK SUN 9, 2PM

JURASSIC PARK (PG) Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 1993 121m

CINEBAR: THE BIG LEBOWSKI (15) 112m

THU 13, FROM 8.45PM

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

Starring: Laura Dern, Sam Neil

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

FILM QUIZ Colin our Bar Manager will deliver this month’s quiz. No theme this time - just film pure and simple! £1 a head to join in.

BRITAIN’S GREATEST LYRICISTS, Don Black, with music from stage to screen.

BORN FREE

DANCES WITH WOLVES THE

DON BLACK SONGBOOK starring

RETURN

S

BEN

LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING TELL ME ON A SUNDAY

THUNDERBALL THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH

FRI 28, 10.30PM

Celebrating and telling the story of the career & life of OSCAR WINNER, & one of

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

SUNSET BOULEVARD

2010 108m

Millionaire John Hammond asks two dinosaur experts to act as consultants for his amusement park, which has DNAcloned live dinosaurs as the main attraction. What could possibly go wrong? HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY WILL!

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

TO SIR WITH LOVE

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

For three years, in the late 1980s, Jon Ronson was the keyboard player with the Frank Sidebottom Oh Blimey Big Band. Frank wore a big papier-mâché head - nobody outside his inner circle knew his true identity - and the act involved them doing oompah versions of pop classics. Those were Frank’s zenith years. And then it all went wrong... Now Jon presents a one-man show telling the true story behind a new fictionalised movie co-written by him and soon to be released. Part funny memoir, part movie diary, this is a tribute to outsider artists too wonderfully strange to ever make it in the mainstream.

SUN 23, 2PM

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

To complement the biopic Yves Saint Laurent, screening from the 21st March, we will have French food on our specials menu tonight.

Starring: Jonny Owen, Vicky McClure

LIVE COMEDY

Dir: Pat O’Connor United Kingdom 2012

SAT 15, 4.55PM LIVE SUN 16, 12PM ENCORE

SVENGALI + Q&A (15)

MADE IN DEGENHAM

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

We have worked with over 35 artists and brought you monthly talks from Hospital Club 100 nominated The Poundshop, Design Museum’s Design of the Year-winner Russell Davies and London-based motion studio Found. Our work has been shown at the V&A, AND Festival, MU, GameCity and SXSW (South by Southwest) to name a few.

You can learn more about Near Now by joining us at our regular talks, watching occasional shorts ahead of our feature films, subscribing to receive the e-newsletter or by visiting our new pop up gallery (news of that exciting development later this year).

MON 24, 7.45PM

FRI 28, 8.15PM

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

Our various commissions have so far allowed us to turn carrots into musical instruments with Dentaku’s Ototo, question how our fast-paced modern lifestyle is at odds with our happiness with Belasco & New’s soul-tracking app Soul Lines and even research the technologies and processes of protecting our planet from asteroid strikes (with NASA Ames and the SETI Institute) in Nelly Ben Hayoun’s Disaster Playground.

2013 is also the year we launched the Near Now Fellowship; a new £30k national scheme to support professional development in the arts. Dejan Mitrovic, Harry Sanderson and Ben Vickers, our first three Near Now Fellows, are recognised as some of the most exceptional artistic talents working in the UK.

SAT 22, 5.30PM

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

FILM

In 2013, we launched Near Now supported using public funding by Arts Council England through its National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) progamme. Through Near Now, we work closely with artists, designers, technologists, scientists and educators to produce and present playful projects that explore the ways in which technology is changing our world.

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Mia Wasikowska

After delighting us with Submarine, multi-talented maestro Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Fyodor Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg. Imagine a noirish, nightmare world that feels like somewhere behind the Iron Curtain in the 1950s. Simon is a meek, mildmannered worker undervalued by his colleagues and invisible in any social situation. Then he meets James, a smug, arrogant doppelganger with all the charm and confidence that Simon lacks. A darkly amusing existential comedy that descends into heartbreaking tragedy. Glasgow Film Festival

MARCH 2014

FOOD

Ever since Broadway emerged from a consortium of arts, film and new technology organisations in the late 1980s, we have continued to offer the resources to support people who both advance and challenge trends and the increasing role technology plays in our everyday lives.

11

MY MOVIE

THU 27, TIME TBC

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

This year’s Japan Foundation annual touring film programme will offer an enlightening and expansive introduction to Japanese cinema through the framework of ‘youth’. Showcasing a vast variety of styles and tones, this programme will take a broad look at how the adults of tomorrow have been portrayed in Japanese cinema over the years by a number of established and up-and-coming directors, through stories of individuals struggling to find a sense of meaning and identity within the world.

MARCH 2014

TO THE STAGE!

Martine McCutcheon Gary Wilmot

OUT OF AFRICA BOMBAY DREAMS DOWNTON ABBEY

Ricardo Afonso

Directed by Olivier Award Winner MARIA FRIEDMAN With full band conducted by MIKE DIXON

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 0115 989 5555 WWW.TRCH.CO.UK/DONBLACK

A S E N B L A P R E S E N TAT I O N | L I K E ‘ S E N B L A L I V E E V E N T S ’ O N FA C E B O O K

BILLY TRUE GRIT ASPECTS OF LOVE


MARCH 2014

08

MARCH 2014

09

LIVE BY SATELLITE

EAST SIDE STORIES

MARCH 2014

SPECIALS

JAPANESE CINEMA DEPICTING THE LIVES OF YOUTH

10 THE DOUBLE PREVIEW + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A (15)

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

We want to thank Arts Council England, all of our partners, supporters and crucially you, our audience for continuing to be curious and bold, journeying with us into new territories. We hope to see you in the Near Now.

To find out more about our Near Now programme, upcoming events and the Fellowship visit nearnow.org.uk

THE STORY OF YONOSUKE (15)

LOVE STRIKES! (MOTEKI) (15) With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Hitoshi Ohne Japan 2011 118m

Dir: Koji Hagiuda Japan 2007 120m

Dir: Shuichi Okita Japan 2012 160m

Starring: Masami Nagasawa, Mirai Moriyama

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Riko Narumi

Starring: Kengo Kora, Yuriko Yoshitaka

Child prodigy and gifted pianist Uta, has no life other than playing the piano. Facing various doubts and problems, and haunted by her father’s disappearance, Uta forms an unlikely friendship with the older Wao, who is an aspiring musician, but lacks the drive to succeed. That is until Uta comes into his life...

18-year-old Yonosuke arrives in Tokyo to begin life as a student in 1987. Taking pleasure in life’s simple things, Yonosuke touches everyone he meets. Decades later, his friends’ stories paint a picture of his life, and his whereabouts today. Little do they know of the selfless tragedy that has befallen their ‘ordinary’ friend.

Nerdy, diffident and pop culture-loving blogger Yukiyo (Mirai Moriyama) finds himself all of a sudden more popular with girls. Overpowered by the surge of interest, Yukiyo finds himself in an out-ofcontrol situation in this madcap romantic comedy. Based on the hit TV-drama of the same name, it is packed full of J-pop and karaoke sequences to enjoy!

NT LIVE WAR HORSE The National Theatre’s original stage production of War Horse, broadcast from London’s West End. Tickets £14 full / £12 concs + members

SAT 1, 5PM LIVE SUN 2, 12PM ENCORE

Borodin’s defining Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years.

With English Subtitles Dir: Suzuki Matsuo Japan 2004 114m Starring: Ryuhei Matsuda, Wakana Sakai

Two social misfits – ‘rock’ manga artist Mon and cosplay-obsessed Koino – collide in this quirky love-drama, set in the vibrant world of Japanese contemporary pop culture including manga fandom and cosplay conventions. Look out for a number of high-profile cameos, including directors Takashi Miike and Shinya Tsukamoto, who appear on screen!

SAT 1, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 2, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SAT 8, 12PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 9, 12PM ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR

OTAKUS IN LOVE (15)

SUPPORTED BY

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

SHINDO (WONDER CHILD) (12A)

FRI 21, 5.45PM

or www.broadway.org/nearnow

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

WED 26, 5.45PM

TUE 4, 7.30PM

GOLDFRAPP: TALES OF US (12A) Tales of Us is a unique cinema event marking the return of one of music’s most captivating and spectacular bands, Goldfrapp. A never before seen music film inspired by Goldfrapp’s new album, followed by an exclusive live performance of classic songs and selections from the remarkable new album. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

SUN 23, 8PM

TUE 25, 5.30PM

THU 27, 5.45PM

COLORFUL (12A)

YOUR FRIENDS (12A)

CAPTURING DAD (12A)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Keiichi Hara Japan 2010 126m

Dir: Ryuichi Hiroki Japan 2008 125m

Dir: Ryota Nakano Japan 2012 74m

Starring: Keiji Fujiwara, Kumiko Aso

Starring: Anna Ishibashi, Ayu Kitaura

Starring: Nanoka Matsubara, Makiko Watanabe

A dejected spirit is given a second chance at life when he is placed in the body of 14-year-old boy who has been experiencing a difficult time at home and school, in this sincere exploration into the lives and minds of early teens in contemporary Japan.

Two schoolgirls form a friendship strengthened by their disabilities that their classmates can neither understand nor share. Years on, one recalls their unique relationship to a photojournalist. A heart-warming tale about how a childhood friendship can last a lifetime.

In Ryota Nakano’s award-winning debut feature film, two sisters embark on a trip to visit their estranged father who is dying of cancer, setting out to fulfil their mother’s request to capture a photo of him.

MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER Two of opera’s greatest artists- Jonas Kaufmann and Sophie Kosh - appear together for the first time at the Met in Massenet’s sublime adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary and tragic romance. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

Dir: John Hardwick United Kingdom 2013 90m

Idealistic Dixie and his girlfriend Shell leave their small Welsh hometown for London, where Dixie intends to let nothing stand between him and his dream of being the manager of a bigtime rock band. Expanded from a YouTube cult series, this is a sweet comedy. We are pleased to welcome members of the cast and crew to this screening for a Q&A.

MON 31, 6PM

SUN 16, 2PM

SUN 30, 2PM

UNTOUCHABLE (15)

THE SOUND OF MUSIC (U)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Robert Wise US 1965 172m

MONTY PYTHON’S LIFE OF BRIAN (15)

Dir: Olivier Nakache France 2012 112m

Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer

Dir: Terry Jones United Kingdom 1979 90m

Starring: Francois Cluzet, Omar Sy

A sugar-coated delight featuring the musical gems ‘My Favourite Things’, ‘Do Re Mi’, ‘Edelweiss’ and the stirring ‘Climb Every Mountain’. HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY NATALIE SISSON FROM EVERYONE WHO LOVES YOU!

Starring: Terry Gilliam, John Cleese

The story of the unlikely friendship between stuffy, wheelchair-bound millionaire Philippe and his streetwise Senegalese carer, Driss. With great chemistry between the two leads, this heartwarming crowd-pleaser is a winning, feel-good comedy. IN MEMORY OF DEBORAH RUTH McKEOWN. DEBI LOVED THIS FILM.

JON RONSON’S FRANK STORY

EDUCATION SCREENING MON 31, 10AM

PRIVATE PEACEFUL + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO (12A) 100m Starring: Jack O’Connell, Richard Griffiths

Private Peaceful is one of the greatest books ever written for young adults about the tragedy of WW1. The film of Private Peaceful has been praised by teachers as an excellent teaching aid in its depictions of WW1 and for remaining true to the novel. THIS SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO. Tickets: Students £3.50 / Teachers FREE

SUN 2, 2PM

WED 5, 8.00PM

ROBIN INCE IS (IN AND) OUT OF HIS MIND Robin Ince - Sony Gold Award winning comedian and science enthusiast (Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage with Prof Brian Cox) - presents another in his line of unhinged stand-up comic lectures. Robin now delves into his mind and possibly your mind too. 2 x 45m + interval Tickets: £12

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

2 x 45m + 20m interval Tickets: £12 full / £10 conc + member

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

The Pythons’ classic satire on religion and Hollywood’s depiction of all things biblical has a magic moment in just about every scene. It’s set in the chaos and poverty of Judea 33 AD, where there are more messiahs than you can shake a stick at in the streets, and one of them of course is the reluctant Brian Cohen. Movie Mail CONGRATULATIONS TO SIMON, 50 NOT OUT. WELCOME TO CHEAP INSURANCE!

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

FREE

WED 26, FROM 6PM

FRENCH FOOD NIGHT

THE ITALIAN JOB

Join us as we watch the great and greatly missed Phillip Seymour Hoffman in one of his smaller yet best-loved roles as Brandt. White Russians will, of course, be available at the bar. “Well, enjoy! And perhaps we’ll see you again some time.”

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins

Sally Hawkins stars as the Ford assembly worker who takes on the management over equal pay in this fictionalised true story from Calendar Girls director Nigel Cole. NOTTS NUT WOMEN’S NETWORK SUN 9, 2PM

JURASSIC PARK (PG) Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 1993 121m

CINEBAR: THE BIG LEBOWSKI (15) 112m

THU 13, FROM 8.45PM

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

Starring: Laura Dern, Sam Neil

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

FILM QUIZ Colin our Bar Manager will deliver this month’s quiz. No theme this time - just film pure and simple! £1 a head to join in.

BRITAIN’S GREATEST LYRICISTS, Don Black, with music from stage to screen.

BORN FREE

DANCES WITH WOLVES THE

DON BLACK SONGBOOK starring

RETURN

S

BEN

LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING TELL ME ON A SUNDAY

THUNDERBALL THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH

FRI 28, 10.30PM

Celebrating and telling the story of the career & life of OSCAR WINNER, & one of

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

SUNSET BOULEVARD

2010 108m

Millionaire John Hammond asks two dinosaur experts to act as consultants for his amusement park, which has DNAcloned live dinosaurs as the main attraction. What could possibly go wrong? HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY WILL!

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

TO SIR WITH LOVE

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

For three years, in the late 1980s, Jon Ronson was the keyboard player with the Frank Sidebottom Oh Blimey Big Band. Frank wore a big papier-mâché head - nobody outside his inner circle knew his true identity - and the act involved them doing oompah versions of pop classics. Those were Frank’s zenith years. And then it all went wrong... Now Jon presents a one-man show telling the true story behind a new fictionalised movie co-written by him and soon to be released. Part funny memoir, part movie diary, this is a tribute to outsider artists too wonderfully strange to ever make it in the mainstream.

SUN 23, 2PM

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

To complement the biopic Yves Saint Laurent, screening from the 21st March, we will have French food on our specials menu tonight.

Starring: Jonny Owen, Vicky McClure

LIVE COMEDY

Dir: Pat O’Connor United Kingdom 2012

SAT 15, 4.55PM LIVE SUN 16, 12PM ENCORE

SVENGALI + Q&A (15)

MADE IN DEGENHAM

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

We have worked with over 35 artists and brought you monthly talks from Hospital Club 100 nominated The Poundshop, Design Museum’s Design of the Year-winner Russell Davies and London-based motion studio Found. Our work has been shown at the V&A, AND Festival, MU, GameCity and SXSW (South by Southwest) to name a few.

You can learn more about Near Now by joining us at our regular talks, watching occasional shorts ahead of our feature films, subscribing to receive the e-newsletter or by visiting our new pop up gallery (news of that exciting development later this year).

MON 24, 7.45PM

FRI 28, 8.15PM

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

Our various commissions have so far allowed us to turn carrots into musical instruments with Dentaku’s Ototo, question how our fast-paced modern lifestyle is at odds with our happiness with Belasco & New’s soul-tracking app Soul Lines and even research the technologies and processes of protecting our planet from asteroid strikes (with NASA Ames and the SETI Institute) in Nelly Ben Hayoun’s Disaster Playground.

2013 is also the year we launched the Near Now Fellowship; a new £30k national scheme to support professional development in the arts. Dejan Mitrovic, Harry Sanderson and Ben Vickers, our first three Near Now Fellows, are recognised as some of the most exceptional artistic talents working in the UK.

SAT 22, 5.30PM

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

FILM

In 2013, we launched Near Now supported using public funding by Arts Council England through its National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) progamme. Through Near Now, we work closely with artists, designers, technologists, scientists and educators to produce and present playful projects that explore the ways in which technology is changing our world.

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Mia Wasikowska

After delighting us with Submarine, multi-talented maestro Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Fyodor Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg. Imagine a noirish, nightmare world that feels like somewhere behind the Iron Curtain in the 1950s. Simon is a meek, mildmannered worker undervalued by his colleagues and invisible in any social situation. Then he meets James, a smug, arrogant doppelganger with all the charm and confidence that Simon lacks. A darkly amusing existential comedy that descends into heartbreaking tragedy. Glasgow Film Festival

MARCH 2014

FOOD

Ever since Broadway emerged from a consortium of arts, film and new technology organisations in the late 1980s, we have continued to offer the resources to support people who both advance and challenge trends and the increasing role technology plays in our everyday lives.

11

MY MOVIE

THU 27, TIME TBC

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

This year’s Japan Foundation annual touring film programme will offer an enlightening and expansive introduction to Japanese cinema through the framework of ‘youth’. Showcasing a vast variety of styles and tones, this programme will take a broad look at how the adults of tomorrow have been portrayed in Japanese cinema over the years by a number of established and up-and-coming directors, through stories of individuals struggling to find a sense of meaning and identity within the world.

MARCH 2014

TO THE STAGE!

Martine McCutcheon Gary Wilmot

OUT OF AFRICA BOMBAY DREAMS DOWNTON ABBEY

Ricardo Afonso

Directed by Olivier Award Winner MARIA FRIEDMAN With full band conducted by MIKE DIXON

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 0115 989 5555 WWW.TRCH.CO.UK/DONBLACK

A S E N B L A P R E S E N TAT I O N | L I K E ‘ S E N B L A L I V E E V E N T S ’ O N FA C E B O O K

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SPECIALS

JAPANESE CINEMA DEPICTING THE LIVES OF YOUTH

10 THE DOUBLE PREVIEW + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A (15)

See the film of your choice at 2PM on a Sunday afternoon. For details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

We want to thank Arts Council England, all of our partners, supporters and crucially you, our audience for continuing to be curious and bold, journeying with us into new territories. We hope to see you in the Near Now.

To find out more about our Near Now programme, upcoming events and the Fellowship visit nearnow.org.uk

THE STORY OF YONOSUKE (15)

LOVE STRIKES! (MOTEKI) (15) With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Hitoshi Ohne Japan 2011 118m

Dir: Koji Hagiuda Japan 2007 120m

Dir: Shuichi Okita Japan 2012 160m

Starring: Masami Nagasawa, Mirai Moriyama

Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Riko Narumi

Starring: Kengo Kora, Yuriko Yoshitaka

Child prodigy and gifted pianist Uta, has no life other than playing the piano. Facing various doubts and problems, and haunted by her father’s disappearance, Uta forms an unlikely friendship with the older Wao, who is an aspiring musician, but lacks the drive to succeed. That is until Uta comes into his life...

18-year-old Yonosuke arrives in Tokyo to begin life as a student in 1987. Taking pleasure in life’s simple things, Yonosuke touches everyone he meets. Decades later, his friends’ stories paint a picture of his life, and his whereabouts today. Little do they know of the selfless tragedy that has befallen their ‘ordinary’ friend.

Nerdy, diffident and pop culture-loving blogger Yukiyo (Mirai Moriyama) finds himself all of a sudden more popular with girls. Overpowered by the surge of interest, Yukiyo finds himself in an out-ofcontrol situation in this madcap romantic comedy. Based on the hit TV-drama of the same name, it is packed full of J-pop and karaoke sequences to enjoy!

NT LIVE WAR HORSE The National Theatre’s original stage production of War Horse, broadcast from London’s West End. Tickets £14 full / £12 concs + members

SAT 1, 5PM LIVE SUN 2, 12PM ENCORE

Borodin’s defining Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years.

With English Subtitles Dir: Suzuki Matsuo Japan 2004 114m Starring: Ryuhei Matsuda, Wakana Sakai

Two social misfits – ‘rock’ manga artist Mon and cosplay-obsessed Koino – collide in this quirky love-drama, set in the vibrant world of Japanese contemporary pop culture including manga fandom and cosplay conventions. Look out for a number of high-profile cameos, including directors Takashi Miike and Shinya Tsukamoto, who appear on screen!

SAT 1, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 2, 1PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SAT 8, 12PM ENCORE SOLD OUT SUN 9, 12PM ENCORE

MET OPERA LIVE PRINCE IGOR

OTAKUS IN LOVE (15)

SUPPORTED BY

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

SHINDO (WONDER CHILD) (12A)

FRI 21, 5.45PM

or www.broadway.org/nearnow

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

WED 26, 5.45PM

TUE 4, 7.30PM

GOLDFRAPP: TALES OF US (12A) Tales of Us is a unique cinema event marking the return of one of music’s most captivating and spectacular bands, Goldfrapp. A never before seen music film inspired by Goldfrapp’s new album, followed by an exclusive live performance of classic songs and selections from the remarkable new album. Tickets: £14 full / £12 concs + members

SUN 23, 8PM

TUE 25, 5.30PM

THU 27, 5.45PM

COLORFUL (12A)

YOUR FRIENDS (12A)

CAPTURING DAD (12A)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Keiichi Hara Japan 2010 126m

Dir: Ryuichi Hiroki Japan 2008 125m

Dir: Ryota Nakano Japan 2012 74m

Starring: Keiji Fujiwara, Kumiko Aso

Starring: Anna Ishibashi, Ayu Kitaura

Starring: Nanoka Matsubara, Makiko Watanabe

A dejected spirit is given a second chance at life when he is placed in the body of 14-year-old boy who has been experiencing a difficult time at home and school, in this sincere exploration into the lives and minds of early teens in contemporary Japan.

Two schoolgirls form a friendship strengthened by their disabilities that their classmates can neither understand nor share. Years on, one recalls their unique relationship to a photojournalist. A heart-warming tale about how a childhood friendship can last a lifetime.

In Ryota Nakano’s award-winning debut feature film, two sisters embark on a trip to visit their estranged father who is dying of cancer, setting out to fulfil their mother’s request to capture a photo of him.

MET OPERA LIVE WERTHER Two of opera’s greatest artists- Jonas Kaufmann and Sophie Kosh - appear together for the first time at the Met in Massenet’s sublime adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary and tragic romance. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 concs / £13 members

Dir: John Hardwick United Kingdom 2013 90m

Idealistic Dixie and his girlfriend Shell leave their small Welsh hometown for London, where Dixie intends to let nothing stand between him and his dream of being the manager of a bigtime rock band. Expanded from a YouTube cult series, this is a sweet comedy. We are pleased to welcome members of the cast and crew to this screening for a Q&A.

MON 31, 6PM

SUN 16, 2PM

SUN 30, 2PM

UNTOUCHABLE (15)

THE SOUND OF MUSIC (U)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Robert Wise US 1965 172m

MONTY PYTHON’S LIFE OF BRIAN (15)

Dir: Olivier Nakache France 2012 112m

Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer

Dir: Terry Jones United Kingdom 1979 90m

Starring: Francois Cluzet, Omar Sy

A sugar-coated delight featuring the musical gems ‘My Favourite Things’, ‘Do Re Mi’, ‘Edelweiss’ and the stirring ‘Climb Every Mountain’. HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY NATALIE SISSON FROM EVERYONE WHO LOVES YOU!

Starring: Terry Gilliam, John Cleese

The story of the unlikely friendship between stuffy, wheelchair-bound millionaire Philippe and his streetwise Senegalese carer, Driss. With great chemistry between the two leads, this heartwarming crowd-pleaser is a winning, feel-good comedy. IN MEMORY OF DEBORAH RUTH McKEOWN. DEBI LOVED THIS FILM.

JON RONSON’S FRANK STORY

EDUCATION SCREENING MON 31, 10AM

PRIVATE PEACEFUL + LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO (12A) 100m Starring: Jack O’Connell, Richard Griffiths

Private Peaceful is one of the greatest books ever written for young adults about the tragedy of WW1. The film of Private Peaceful has been praised by teachers as an excellent teaching aid in its depictions of WW1 and for remaining true to the novel. THIS SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A LIVE BY SATELLITE Q&A WITH MICHAEL MORPURGO. Tickets: Students £3.50 / Teachers FREE

SUN 2, 2PM

WED 5, 8.00PM

ROBIN INCE IS (IN AND) OUT OF HIS MIND Robin Ince - Sony Gold Award winning comedian and science enthusiast (Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage with Prof Brian Cox) - presents another in his line of unhinged stand-up comic lectures. Robin now delves into his mind and possibly your mind too. 2 x 45m + interval Tickets: £12

MADE IN DAGENHAM (15)

2 x 45m + 20m interval Tickets: £12 full / £10 conc + member

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

The Pythons’ classic satire on religion and Hollywood’s depiction of all things biblical has a magic moment in just about every scene. It’s set in the chaos and poverty of Judea 33 AD, where there are more messiahs than you can shake a stick at in the streets, and one of them of course is the reluctant Brian Cohen. Movie Mail CONGRATULATIONS TO SIMON, 50 NOT OUT. WELCOME TO CHEAP INSURANCE!

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

FREE

WED 26, FROM 6PM

FRENCH FOOD NIGHT

THE ITALIAN JOB

Join us as we watch the great and greatly missed Phillip Seymour Hoffman in one of his smaller yet best-loved roles as Brandt. White Russians will, of course, be available at the bar. “Well, enjoy! And perhaps we’ll see you again some time.”

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins

Sally Hawkins stars as the Ford assembly worker who takes on the management over equal pay in this fictionalised true story from Calendar Girls director Nigel Cole. NOTTS NUT WOMEN’S NETWORK SUN 9, 2PM

JURASSIC PARK (PG) Dir: Steven Spielberg United States 1993 121m

CINEBAR: THE BIG LEBOWSKI (15) 112m

THU 13, FROM 8.45PM

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

Starring: Laura Dern, Sam Neil

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

FILM QUIZ Colin our Bar Manager will deliver this month’s quiz. No theme this time - just film pure and simple! £1 a head to join in.

BRITAIN’S GREATEST LYRICISTS, Don Black, with music from stage to screen.

BORN FREE

DANCES WITH WOLVES THE

DON BLACK SONGBOOK starring

RETURN

S

BEN

LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING TELL ME ON A SUNDAY

THUNDERBALL THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH

FRI 28, 10.30PM

Celebrating and telling the story of the career & life of OSCAR WINNER, & one of

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

SUNSET BOULEVARD

2010 108m

Millionaire John Hammond asks two dinosaur experts to act as consultants for his amusement park, which has DNAcloned live dinosaurs as the main attraction. What could possibly go wrong? HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY WILL!

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

TO SIR WITH LOVE

Dir: Nigel Cole United Kingdom

For three years, in the late 1980s, Jon Ronson was the keyboard player with the Frank Sidebottom Oh Blimey Big Band. Frank wore a big papier-mâché head - nobody outside his inner circle knew his true identity - and the act involved them doing oompah versions of pop classics. Those were Frank’s zenith years. And then it all went wrong... Now Jon presents a one-man show telling the true story behind a new fictionalised movie co-written by him and soon to be released. Part funny memoir, part movie diary, this is a tribute to outsider artists too wonderfully strange to ever make it in the mainstream.

SUN 23, 2PM

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

To complement the biopic Yves Saint Laurent, screening from the 21st March, we will have French food on our specials menu tonight.

Starring: Jonny Owen, Vicky McClure

LIVE COMEDY

Dir: Pat O’Connor United Kingdom 2012

SAT 15, 4.55PM LIVE SUN 16, 12PM ENCORE

SVENGALI + Q&A (15)

MADE IN DEGENHAM

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

We have worked with over 35 artists and brought you monthly talks from Hospital Club 100 nominated The Poundshop, Design Museum’s Design of the Year-winner Russell Davies and London-based motion studio Found. Our work has been shown at the V&A, AND Festival, MU, GameCity and SXSW (South by Southwest) to name a few.

You can learn more about Near Now by joining us at our regular talks, watching occasional shorts ahead of our feature films, subscribing to receive the e-newsletter or by visiting our new pop up gallery (news of that exciting development later this year).

MON 24, 7.45PM

FRI 28, 8.15PM

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

Our various commissions have so far allowed us to turn carrots into musical instruments with Dentaku’s Ototo, question how our fast-paced modern lifestyle is at odds with our happiness with Belasco & New’s soul-tracking app Soul Lines and even research the technologies and processes of protecting our planet from asteroid strikes (with NASA Ames and the SETI Institute) in Nelly Ben Hayoun’s Disaster Playground.

2013 is also the year we launched the Near Now Fellowship; a new £30k national scheme to support professional development in the arts. Dejan Mitrovic, Harry Sanderson and Ben Vickers, our first three Near Now Fellows, are recognised as some of the most exceptional artistic talents working in the UK.

SAT 22, 5.30PM

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

FILM

In 2013, we launched Near Now supported using public funding by Arts Council England through its National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) progamme. Through Near Now, we work closely with artists, designers, technologists, scientists and educators to produce and present playful projects that explore the ways in which technology is changing our world.

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Mia Wasikowska

After delighting us with Submarine, multi-talented maestro Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Fyodor Dostoevsky novella, featuring a tour-de-force dual performance from Jesse Eisenberg. Imagine a noirish, nightmare world that feels like somewhere behind the Iron Curtain in the 1950s. Simon is a meek, mildmannered worker undervalued by his colleagues and invisible in any social situation. Then he meets James, a smug, arrogant doppelganger with all the charm and confidence that Simon lacks. A darkly amusing existential comedy that descends into heartbreaking tragedy. Glasgow Film Festival

MARCH 2014

FOOD

Ever since Broadway emerged from a consortium of arts, film and new technology organisations in the late 1980s, we have continued to offer the resources to support people who both advance and challenge trends and the increasing role technology plays in our everyday lives.

11

MY MOVIE

THU 27, TIME TBC

Dir: Richard Ayoade United Kingdom 2014 93m

This year’s Japan Foundation annual touring film programme will offer an enlightening and expansive introduction to Japanese cinema through the framework of ‘youth’. Showcasing a vast variety of styles and tones, this programme will take a broad look at how the adults of tomorrow have been portrayed in Japanese cinema over the years by a number of established and up-and-coming directors, through stories of individuals struggling to find a sense of meaning and identity within the world.

MARCH 2014

TO THE STAGE!

Martine McCutcheon Gary Wilmot

OUT OF AFRICA BOMBAY DREAMS DOWNTON ABBEY

Ricardo Afonso

Directed by Olivier Award Winner MARIA FRIEDMAN With full band conducted by MIKE DIXON

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 0115 989 5555 WWW.TRCH.CO.UK/DONBLACK

A S E N B L A P R E S E N TAT I O N | L I K E ‘ S E N B L A L I V E E V E N T S ’ O N FA C E B O O K

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