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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MAY 2018

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

Tue 1

Wed 2

FROM FRI 11

SAT 12 - MON 14

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 25

FROM FRI 25

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LEAN ON PETE (15)

REDOUBTABLE (15)

HAVE A NICE DAY (15)

THE THIRD MURDER (15)

JEUNE FEMME (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15)

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U)

THE DIVINE ORDER (12A) 96m

A writer forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island in the aftermath of WWII.

Dir: Andrew Haigh UK 2017 122m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Dominic Cooke UK 2017 110m

Dir: John Stevenson UK/US 2018 86m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi

Dir: Hiromasa Yonebayashi Japan 2017 103m

Dir: Michel Hazanavicius France 2017 108m

Dir: Jian Liu China 2017 78m

Dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan 2017 125m

Dir: Léonor Serraille France 2017 98m

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Samuel West

Charley Thompson is a 15-year-old who craves a home, food on the table and a regular school, but as the son of an affectionate, but undependable single father, such stability is hard to find. Charley takes a summer job with a horse trainer, and develops a strong attachment for an old racehorse named ‘Lean on Pete’. Through Charley’s journey, an escape that turns into a quest, director Haigh conveys the character of the Pacific Northwest – diners, trucks and vast, blinding vistas – while retaining the subtle observation and emotional weight of his previous films. Borderlines Film Festival

The highly anticipated first feature from Studio Ponoc, the Japanese animation studio founded by the key creatives behind Studio Ghibli’s hits including Spirited Away, When Marnie Was There and Arrietty. Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world. [In English] See our website for shows with English Subtitles.

Starring: Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin

In a desperate attempt to get the money needed to fix his fiancée’s botched plastic surgery, delivery driver Xiao Zhang steals a bag containing 1 million yuan from his boss. News of the robbery spreads fast and he is soon chased by a gangster, a hitman and an inventor of X-ray glasses, all eager to retrieve the money. It’s fast, witty, violent and darkly funny.

Starring: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakusho

Starring: Laetitia Dosch, Souleymane Seye Ndiaye

Recently released from prison from a murder he committed 30 years ago, Misumi is back in court, accused of a murder-robbery he confesses to despite facing a death penalty. As his lawyer, Shigemori, learns more about the case, he soon suspects his client is in fact victim of a conspiracy and sets on a difficult journey to save Misumi’s life.

Broke, with nothing but her cat to her name, Paula is back in Paris after a long absence. She’s determined to make a new start and she’ll do it with style and panache. Set in the Parisian Left-Bank neighbourhood and made with an almost entirely female crew, this loose-limbed, character-focused film is a celebration of a red-haired free spirit that, however, doesn’t skimp on life’s darker sides. Belfast Film Festival

In 1962, newlyweds Edwards and Florence, both in their early 20s and also both virgins, spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage. Billy Howle and Saoirse Ronan are on song as the young couple in a restrained adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novella. Belfast Film Festival

Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden. Embarking on a rollicking adventure, the gnomes will explore an undiscovered side of the city and encounter all new ornaments on their extraordinary quest. All tickets: £3.80

In this feel-good drama set in 1971, housewife and mother Nora campaigns for women’s suffrage in her Alpine village. Although patriarchal constraints try to stifle the siren call of sexual liberation, Nora won’t give up on emancipation. Palm Springs Film Festival

BEAST (15) 104m A troubled young woman falls for a secretive outsider in a small community in Jersey.

“Haigh’s film is never less than heartfelt and affecting. It cares deeply for Charley and hopes we do, too.” The Guardian

YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION? WELL, TRY THIS...! SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM - 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

FUNNY COW (15) 103m Maxine Peake is formidable as an aspiring female comedian standing up to a violent husband and the sexist Northern England club circuit in the 70s and 80s.

SILENT VOICES FILM SERIES MARKING DEAF AWARENESS WEEK

A lonely factory worker travels to the rural mountains of South Africa to initiate a group of teenage boys into manhood in this provocative portrait of masculinity.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

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

LEAN ON PETE

THE WOUND (15) 88m

“The Japanese maestro Hirokazu Kore-eda takes the narrative ambiguities of his previous movies and pushes them to breaking point and beyond in this beguiling, disquieting courtroom drama.” The Times

Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The day closes with a screening of Redoubtable at 3.45PM. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

FROM WED 16

DEADPOOL 2 (CERT TBC) Ryan Reynolds’ comedy skills shone through the first Deadpool instalment, and he is back in this highly-anticipated sequel just as foul-mouthed and mischievous as ever. Facing Cable, a soldier from the future, Deadpool enlists a group of friends he calls the X-Force, in a bid to save a young boy played by one of our favourites, Julian Dennison of Hunt For the Wilderpeople fame. We can’t wait for this new all-star, action-packed outing in Deadpool territory.

TUE 29, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Dir: Will Gluck US 2018 95m

Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous bunny who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent comedy with attitude. Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door. All tickets: £3.80

Dir: Ron Howard US 2018 rt tbc

THE BREADWINNER (12A)

Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Through a series of daring escapades, Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga’s most unlikely heroes.

Dir: Nora Twomey Ireland/Canada 2017 93m

ANIMAL FARM (U) 75m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U) 103m

Manor Farm has a problem... its human owner, Mr Jones, lets his animals go hungry. Finally, the animals decide they’ve had enough. They drive off Jones and make the farm their own. The problem is that after a revolution, now what? Joy Batchelor and John Halas’ 1954 classic is a must-see for all animation fans.

LEAN ON PETE (15) 122m

SAT 12, 2.15PM

WONDERSTRUCK (PG) 116m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

See page 9 for details.

103m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke

TUE 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

PETER RABBIT (PG)

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (CERT TBC)

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 5, 12.30PM

See page 1 for details.

MON 28, 8.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

“At once a bloodthirsty genre thriller; a political statement about China, globalisation and capitalism; and a vibrantly witty piece of postmodern pop art. In other words, it’s like no Chinese film you’ve ever seen.” Screen Daily

Dir: David Leitch US 2018 rt tbc

MON 14, 8PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

WOODFALL FILMS TRIBUTE

MAY 2018

In the spring of ’68, Jean Luc Godard is enjoying the early days of his marriage to actress Anne Wiazemsky, star of his new film, La Chinoise. But when the film is met with complete indifference, Godard sinks in profound self-examination, all the while getting caught in the political tension of the time, and slowly losing touch with both his audience and his wife. Filled with playful tributes to Godard’s own work, Redoubtable moves from light comedy to the anarchic swings of both Godard and May ’68.

A feature-length animation from director Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells). After her father is unjustly arrested, Parvana, a girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, bravely dresses as a boy so she can work to support her family. Working alongside a friend, she soon discovers a new world of freedom and danger and Parvana embarks on an epic quest to find her father and reunite her family.

See page 1 for details.

Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world.

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

Thu 3

Fri 4

Sat 5

Sun 6

SAT 19, 1.30PM

A SILENT VOICE (12A) 130m

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 Robert Webb in Conversation p11 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 The Divine Order 12A p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Wed 9 1:00 2:45 3:45

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:15

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

69m

A group of travellers take refuge in a sinister mansion inhabited by the bizarre Femm family and their mute butler. Dripping with atmosphere and packed to the brim with thrills, chills and gallows humour, it is now being presented from a stunning new restoration. THU 31, 10.15AM* & 1.30PM

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m See page 3 for details. *Please note earlier start time

After being bullied by a group of classmates led by Shoya, young deaf student Shoko transfers to another school. Shoko and Shoya lose touch, but being tormented by his past actions, Shoya tries to find a way to reach out to Shoko again. FROM FRI 25

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m See page 3 for details.

Mon 7

Tue 8

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

Thu 10

6:15 6:30

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

TIMES 2:30 2:15 TIMES

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Animal Farm U p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Look Back in Anger PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

SAT 26, 12.45PM

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES The Entertainer PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 A Taste of Honey 12A p8 Mary and the Witch’s Flower Bringing Up Baby Screenings U p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 Skid Row Marathon 12A p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 18 TIMES TBC 2:30 5:15 2:15 5:00 6:15

8:00 7:30 8:45 Sat 19

1:00 2:45 3:45

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

Fri 11

6:15 5:45

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

Sat 12

Sun 13

Mon 14

With English Subtitles

THE OLD DARK HOUSE (PG)

PETER RABBIT

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 4

THE BREADWINNER

LEAN ON PETE REDOUBTABLE DEADPOOL 2 JEUNE FEMME SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY ON CHESIL BEACH THE BREADWINNER

FROM FRI 4

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER

THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (12A) 124m

DEADPOOL 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

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TIMES 2:30 2:15 TIMES

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TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC 6:00

Tue 15 8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

Wed 16

Thu 17

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES TBC Lean on Pete 15 p1 10:30 1:30 5:15 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 5:00 Beast 15 p1 TIMES TBC NT LIVE: Macbeth 15 p10 More Films TBC - See Web Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 So Much Things to Say The Life & Times of Bob Marley p9 More Films TBC - See Web Bob Marley Night Cafébar - 10pm

3:30 2:30 2:15

6:00 5:15 5:00

7:00 8:30 8:00

Sun 20

8:15

Mon 21

Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 2:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Black Panther 12A + PANEL p9 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15

Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 Samsara 12A p10 12:00 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 - Preview p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Encounters: Deaf Shorts Showcase Programme + PANEL p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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2:15

8:30 8:00

4:45 9:00 Tue 22 8:30 8:00 7:45 Wed 23 8:30 8:00 7:45

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6:00 5:15 5:00

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Thu 24

7:45 Fri 25

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 An American in Paris 12A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:30 6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Wonderstruck PG p9 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:15 6:00 2:30 5:00 1:30 5:15

8:30 8:00 7:00 Sat 26 8:30 8:00 7:45

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Tom Jones PG p8 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 5:30 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Silent Voice 12A p4 One-day Course Uprising: ‘68 and Beyond in American Cinema More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:45 6:15 5:30 2:45

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8:45 8:15

Mon 28

1:30

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Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES TBC Redoubtable 15 p2 2:45 The Third Murder 15 p2 2:30 5:30 Jeune Femme 15 p3 5:15 Little Shop of Horrors PG p10 12:00 More Films TBC - See Web Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers U p10 More Films TBC - See Web

Sun 27 8:15

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

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Tue 29

8:00

8:15 8:00

Wed 30

1:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 My Friend Dahmer + INTRO p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 6:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Cambodian Spring 15 + Q&A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 The Old Dark House PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 10:30 1:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 TIMES On Chesil Beach 15 p3 3:00 Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES The Breadwinner 12A p3 1:00 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p3 10:45 McKellen: Playing the Part p10 3:00 Dot To Dot - Cafébar

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Exhibition on Screen: I, Claude Monet p11

TIMES TBC 3:00 5:45 TIMES TBC 11:15 1:30 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00 3:30

6:00

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Film Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 10:15 1:30 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

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

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BOX OFFICE 8:15 7:45

8:15 7:45

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

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

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


CONTINUING INTO MAY

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

01

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

02

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

03

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MAY 2018

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

Tue 1

Wed 2

FROM FRI 11

SAT 12 - MON 14

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 25

FROM FRI 25

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LEAN ON PETE (15)

REDOUBTABLE (15)

HAVE A NICE DAY (15)

THE THIRD MURDER (15)

JEUNE FEMME (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15)

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U)

THE DIVINE ORDER (12A) 96m

A writer forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island in the aftermath of WWII.

Dir: Andrew Haigh UK 2017 122m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Dominic Cooke UK 2017 110m

Dir: John Stevenson UK/US 2018 86m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi

Dir: Hiromasa Yonebayashi Japan 2017 103m

Dir: Michel Hazanavicius France 2017 108m

Dir: Jian Liu China 2017 78m

Dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan 2017 125m

Dir: Léonor Serraille France 2017 98m

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Samuel West

Charley Thompson is a 15-year-old who craves a home, food on the table and a regular school, but as the son of an affectionate, but undependable single father, such stability is hard to find. Charley takes a summer job with a horse trainer, and develops a strong attachment for an old racehorse named ‘Lean on Pete’. Through Charley’s journey, an escape that turns into a quest, director Haigh conveys the character of the Pacific Northwest – diners, trucks and vast, blinding vistas – while retaining the subtle observation and emotional weight of his previous films. Borderlines Film Festival

The highly anticipated first feature from Studio Ponoc, the Japanese animation studio founded by the key creatives behind Studio Ghibli’s hits including Spirited Away, When Marnie Was There and Arrietty. Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world. [In English] See our website for shows with English Subtitles.

Starring: Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin

In a desperate attempt to get the money needed to fix his fiancée’s botched plastic surgery, delivery driver Xiao Zhang steals a bag containing 1 million yuan from his boss. News of the robbery spreads fast and he is soon chased by a gangster, a hitman and an inventor of X-ray glasses, all eager to retrieve the money. It’s fast, witty, violent and darkly funny.

Starring: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakusho

Starring: Laetitia Dosch, Souleymane Seye Ndiaye

Recently released from prison from a murder he committed 30 years ago, Misumi is back in court, accused of a murder-robbery he confesses to despite facing a death penalty. As his lawyer, Shigemori, learns more about the case, he soon suspects his client is in fact victim of a conspiracy and sets on a difficult journey to save Misumi’s life.

Broke, with nothing but her cat to her name, Paula is back in Paris after a long absence. She’s determined to make a new start and she’ll do it with style and panache. Set in the Parisian Left-Bank neighbourhood and made with an almost entirely female crew, this loose-limbed, character-focused film is a celebration of a red-haired free spirit that, however, doesn’t skimp on life’s darker sides. Belfast Film Festival

In 1962, newlyweds Edwards and Florence, both in their early 20s and also both virgins, spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage. Billy Howle and Saoirse Ronan are on song as the young couple in a restrained adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novella. Belfast Film Festival

Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden. Embarking on a rollicking adventure, the gnomes will explore an undiscovered side of the city and encounter all new ornaments on their extraordinary quest. All tickets: £3.80

In this feel-good drama set in 1971, housewife and mother Nora campaigns for women’s suffrage in her Alpine village. Although patriarchal constraints try to stifle the siren call of sexual liberation, Nora won’t give up on emancipation. Palm Springs Film Festival

BEAST (15) 104m A troubled young woman falls for a secretive outsider in a small community in Jersey.

“Haigh’s film is never less than heartfelt and affecting. It cares deeply for Charley and hopes we do, too.” The Guardian

YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION? WELL, TRY THIS...! SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM - 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

FUNNY COW (15) 103m Maxine Peake is formidable as an aspiring female comedian standing up to a violent husband and the sexist Northern England club circuit in the 70s and 80s.

SILENT VOICES FILM SERIES MARKING DEAF AWARENESS WEEK

A lonely factory worker travels to the rural mountains of South Africa to initiate a group of teenage boys into manhood in this provocative portrait of masculinity.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

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

LEAN ON PETE

THE WOUND (15) 88m

“The Japanese maestro Hirokazu Kore-eda takes the narrative ambiguities of his previous movies and pushes them to breaking point and beyond in this beguiling, disquieting courtroom drama.” The Times

Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The day closes with a screening of Redoubtable at 3.45PM. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

FROM WED 16

DEADPOOL 2 (CERT TBC) Ryan Reynolds’ comedy skills shone through the first Deadpool instalment, and he is back in this highly-anticipated sequel just as foul-mouthed and mischievous as ever. Facing Cable, a soldier from the future, Deadpool enlists a group of friends he calls the X-Force, in a bid to save a young boy played by one of our favourites, Julian Dennison of Hunt For the Wilderpeople fame. We can’t wait for this new all-star, action-packed outing in Deadpool territory.

TUE 29, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Dir: Will Gluck US 2018 95m

Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous bunny who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent comedy with attitude. Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door. All tickets: £3.80

Dir: Ron Howard US 2018 rt tbc

THE BREADWINNER (12A)

Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Through a series of daring escapades, Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga’s most unlikely heroes.

Dir: Nora Twomey Ireland/Canada 2017 93m

ANIMAL FARM (U) 75m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U) 103m

Manor Farm has a problem... its human owner, Mr Jones, lets his animals go hungry. Finally, the animals decide they’ve had enough. They drive off Jones and make the farm their own. The problem is that after a revolution, now what? Joy Batchelor and John Halas’ 1954 classic is a must-see for all animation fans.

LEAN ON PETE (15) 122m

SAT 12, 2.15PM

WONDERSTRUCK (PG) 116m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

See page 9 for details.

103m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke

TUE 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

PETER RABBIT (PG)

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (CERT TBC)

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 5, 12.30PM

See page 1 for details.

MON 28, 8.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

“At once a bloodthirsty genre thriller; a political statement about China, globalisation and capitalism; and a vibrantly witty piece of postmodern pop art. In other words, it’s like no Chinese film you’ve ever seen.” Screen Daily

Dir: David Leitch US 2018 rt tbc

MON 14, 8PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

WOODFALL FILMS TRIBUTE

MAY 2018

In the spring of ’68, Jean Luc Godard is enjoying the early days of his marriage to actress Anne Wiazemsky, star of his new film, La Chinoise. But when the film is met with complete indifference, Godard sinks in profound self-examination, all the while getting caught in the political tension of the time, and slowly losing touch with both his audience and his wife. Filled with playful tributes to Godard’s own work, Redoubtable moves from light comedy to the anarchic swings of both Godard and May ’68.

A feature-length animation from director Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells). After her father is unjustly arrested, Parvana, a girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, bravely dresses as a boy so she can work to support her family. Working alongside a friend, she soon discovers a new world of freedom and danger and Parvana embarks on an epic quest to find her father and reunite her family.

See page 1 for details.

Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world.

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

Thu 3

Fri 4

Sat 5

Sun 6

SAT 19, 1.30PM

A SILENT VOICE (12A) 130m

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 Robert Webb in Conversation p11 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 The Divine Order 12A p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Wed 9 1:00 2:45 3:45

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:15

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

69m

A group of travellers take refuge in a sinister mansion inhabited by the bizarre Femm family and their mute butler. Dripping with atmosphere and packed to the brim with thrills, chills and gallows humour, it is now being presented from a stunning new restoration. THU 31, 10.15AM* & 1.30PM

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m See page 3 for details. *Please note earlier start time

After being bullied by a group of classmates led by Shoya, young deaf student Shoko transfers to another school. Shoko and Shoya lose touch, but being tormented by his past actions, Shoya tries to find a way to reach out to Shoko again. FROM FRI 25

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m See page 3 for details.

Mon 7

Tue 8

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

Thu 10

6:15 6:30

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

TIMES 2:30 2:15 TIMES

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Animal Farm U p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Look Back in Anger PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

SAT 26, 12.45PM

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES The Entertainer PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 A Taste of Honey 12A p8 Mary and the Witch’s Flower Bringing Up Baby Screenings U p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 Skid Row Marathon 12A p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 18 TIMES TBC 2:30 5:15 2:15 5:00 6:15

8:00 7:30 8:45 Sat 19

1:00 2:45 3:45

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

Fri 11

6:15 5:45

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

Sat 12

Sun 13

Mon 14

With English Subtitles

THE OLD DARK HOUSE (PG)

PETER RABBIT

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 4

THE BREADWINNER

LEAN ON PETE REDOUBTABLE DEADPOOL 2 JEUNE FEMME SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY ON CHESIL BEACH THE BREADWINNER

FROM FRI 4

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER

THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (12A) 124m

DEADPOOL 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

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TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC 6:00

Tue 15 8:00 7:30

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Wed 16

Thu 17

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES TBC Lean on Pete 15 p1 10:30 1:30 5:15 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 5:00 Beast 15 p1 TIMES TBC NT LIVE: Macbeth 15 p10 More Films TBC - See Web Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 So Much Things to Say The Life & Times of Bob Marley p9 More Films TBC - See Web Bob Marley Night Cafébar - 10pm

3:30 2:30 2:15

6:00 5:15 5:00

7:00 8:30 8:00

Sun 20

8:15

Mon 21

Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 2:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Black Panther 12A + PANEL p9 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15

Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 Samsara 12A p10 12:00 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 - Preview p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Encounters: Deaf Shorts Showcase Programme + PANEL p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:45 9:00 Tue 22 8:30 8:00 7:45 Wed 23 8:30 8:00 7:45

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7:45 Fri 25

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 An American in Paris 12A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:30 6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Wonderstruck PG p9 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:15 6:00 2:30 5:00 1:30 5:15

8:30 8:00 7:00 Sat 26 8:30 8:00 7:45

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Tom Jones PG p8 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 5:30 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Silent Voice 12A p4 One-day Course Uprising: ‘68 and Beyond in American Cinema More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:45 6:15 5:30 2:45

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1:30

10:30

Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES TBC Redoubtable 15 p2 2:45 The Third Murder 15 p2 2:30 5:30 Jeune Femme 15 p3 5:15 Little Shop of Horrors PG p10 12:00 More Films TBC - See Web Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers U p10 More Films TBC - See Web

Sun 27 8:15

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

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Tue 29

8:00

8:15 8:00

Wed 30

1:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 My Friend Dahmer + INTRO p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 6:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Cambodian Spring 15 + Q&A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 The Old Dark House PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 10:30 1:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 TIMES On Chesil Beach 15 p3 3:00 Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES The Breadwinner 12A p3 1:00 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p3 10:45 McKellen: Playing the Part p10 3:00 Dot To Dot - Cafébar

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Exhibition on Screen: I, Claude Monet p11

TIMES TBC 3:00 5:45 TIMES TBC 11:15 1:30 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00 3:30

6:00

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Film Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 10:15 1:30 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

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8:15 Thu 31 8:00

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8:15 8:00

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

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BOX OFFICE 8:15 7:45

8:15 7:45

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

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

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


CONTINUING INTO MAY

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MAY 2018

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

Tue 1

Wed 2

FROM FRI 11

SAT 12 - MON 14

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 25

FROM FRI 25

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LEAN ON PETE (15)

REDOUBTABLE (15)

HAVE A NICE DAY (15)

THE THIRD MURDER (15)

JEUNE FEMME (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15)

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U)

THE DIVINE ORDER (12A) 96m

A writer forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island in the aftermath of WWII.

Dir: Andrew Haigh UK 2017 122m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Dominic Cooke UK 2017 110m

Dir: John Stevenson UK/US 2018 86m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi

Dir: Hiromasa Yonebayashi Japan 2017 103m

Dir: Michel Hazanavicius France 2017 108m

Dir: Jian Liu China 2017 78m

Dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan 2017 125m

Dir: Léonor Serraille France 2017 98m

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Samuel West

Charley Thompson is a 15-year-old who craves a home, food on the table and a regular school, but as the son of an affectionate, but undependable single father, such stability is hard to find. Charley takes a summer job with a horse trainer, and develops a strong attachment for an old racehorse named ‘Lean on Pete’. Through Charley’s journey, an escape that turns into a quest, director Haigh conveys the character of the Pacific Northwest – diners, trucks and vast, blinding vistas – while retaining the subtle observation and emotional weight of his previous films. Borderlines Film Festival

The highly anticipated first feature from Studio Ponoc, the Japanese animation studio founded by the key creatives behind Studio Ghibli’s hits including Spirited Away, When Marnie Was There and Arrietty. Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world. [In English] See our website for shows with English Subtitles.

Starring: Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin

In a desperate attempt to get the money needed to fix his fiancée’s botched plastic surgery, delivery driver Xiao Zhang steals a bag containing 1 million yuan from his boss. News of the robbery spreads fast and he is soon chased by a gangster, a hitman and an inventor of X-ray glasses, all eager to retrieve the money. It’s fast, witty, violent and darkly funny.

Starring: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakusho

Starring: Laetitia Dosch, Souleymane Seye Ndiaye

Recently released from prison from a murder he committed 30 years ago, Misumi is back in court, accused of a murder-robbery he confesses to despite facing a death penalty. As his lawyer, Shigemori, learns more about the case, he soon suspects his client is in fact victim of a conspiracy and sets on a difficult journey to save Misumi’s life.

Broke, with nothing but her cat to her name, Paula is back in Paris after a long absence. She’s determined to make a new start and she’ll do it with style and panache. Set in the Parisian Left-Bank neighbourhood and made with an almost entirely female crew, this loose-limbed, character-focused film is a celebration of a red-haired free spirit that, however, doesn’t skimp on life’s darker sides. Belfast Film Festival

In 1962, newlyweds Edwards and Florence, both in their early 20s and also both virgins, spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage. Billy Howle and Saoirse Ronan are on song as the young couple in a restrained adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novella. Belfast Film Festival

Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden. Embarking on a rollicking adventure, the gnomes will explore an undiscovered side of the city and encounter all new ornaments on their extraordinary quest. All tickets: £3.80

In this feel-good drama set in 1971, housewife and mother Nora campaigns for women’s suffrage in her Alpine village. Although patriarchal constraints try to stifle the siren call of sexual liberation, Nora won’t give up on emancipation. Palm Springs Film Festival

BEAST (15) 104m A troubled young woman falls for a secretive outsider in a small community in Jersey.

“Haigh’s film is never less than heartfelt and affecting. It cares deeply for Charley and hopes we do, too.” The Guardian

YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION? WELL, TRY THIS...! SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM - 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

FUNNY COW (15) 103m Maxine Peake is formidable as an aspiring female comedian standing up to a violent husband and the sexist Northern England club circuit in the 70s and 80s.

SILENT VOICES FILM SERIES MARKING DEAF AWARENESS WEEK

A lonely factory worker travels to the rural mountains of South Africa to initiate a group of teenage boys into manhood in this provocative portrait of masculinity.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

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

LEAN ON PETE

THE WOUND (15) 88m

“The Japanese maestro Hirokazu Kore-eda takes the narrative ambiguities of his previous movies and pushes them to breaking point and beyond in this beguiling, disquieting courtroom drama.” The Times

Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The day closes with a screening of Redoubtable at 3.45PM. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

FROM WED 16

DEADPOOL 2 (CERT TBC) Ryan Reynolds’ comedy skills shone through the first Deadpool instalment, and he is back in this highly-anticipated sequel just as foul-mouthed and mischievous as ever. Facing Cable, a soldier from the future, Deadpool enlists a group of friends he calls the X-Force, in a bid to save a young boy played by one of our favourites, Julian Dennison of Hunt For the Wilderpeople fame. We can’t wait for this new all-star, action-packed outing in Deadpool territory.

TUE 29, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Dir: Will Gluck US 2018 95m

Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous bunny who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent comedy with attitude. Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door. All tickets: £3.80

Dir: Ron Howard US 2018 rt tbc

THE BREADWINNER (12A)

Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Through a series of daring escapades, Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga’s most unlikely heroes.

Dir: Nora Twomey Ireland/Canada 2017 93m

ANIMAL FARM (U) 75m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U) 103m

Manor Farm has a problem... its human owner, Mr Jones, lets his animals go hungry. Finally, the animals decide they’ve had enough. They drive off Jones and make the farm their own. The problem is that after a revolution, now what? Joy Batchelor and John Halas’ 1954 classic is a must-see for all animation fans.

LEAN ON PETE (15) 122m

SAT 12, 2.15PM

WONDERSTRUCK (PG) 116m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

See page 9 for details.

103m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke

TUE 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

PETER RABBIT (PG)

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (CERT TBC)

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 5, 12.30PM

See page 1 for details.

MON 28, 8.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

“At once a bloodthirsty genre thriller; a political statement about China, globalisation and capitalism; and a vibrantly witty piece of postmodern pop art. In other words, it’s like no Chinese film you’ve ever seen.” Screen Daily

Dir: David Leitch US 2018 rt tbc

MON 14, 8PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

WOODFALL FILMS TRIBUTE

MAY 2018

In the spring of ’68, Jean Luc Godard is enjoying the early days of his marriage to actress Anne Wiazemsky, star of his new film, La Chinoise. But when the film is met with complete indifference, Godard sinks in profound self-examination, all the while getting caught in the political tension of the time, and slowly losing touch with both his audience and his wife. Filled with playful tributes to Godard’s own work, Redoubtable moves from light comedy to the anarchic swings of both Godard and May ’68.

A feature-length animation from director Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells). After her father is unjustly arrested, Parvana, a girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, bravely dresses as a boy so she can work to support her family. Working alongside a friend, she soon discovers a new world of freedom and danger and Parvana embarks on an epic quest to find her father and reunite her family.

See page 1 for details.

Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world.

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

Thu 3

Fri 4

Sat 5

Sun 6

SAT 19, 1.30PM

A SILENT VOICE (12A) 130m

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 Robert Webb in Conversation p11 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 The Divine Order 12A p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Wed 9 1:00 2:45 3:45

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:15

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

69m

A group of travellers take refuge in a sinister mansion inhabited by the bizarre Femm family and their mute butler. Dripping with atmosphere and packed to the brim with thrills, chills and gallows humour, it is now being presented from a stunning new restoration. THU 31, 10.15AM* & 1.30PM

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m See page 3 for details. *Please note earlier start time

After being bullied by a group of classmates led by Shoya, young deaf student Shoko transfers to another school. Shoko and Shoya lose touch, but being tormented by his past actions, Shoya tries to find a way to reach out to Shoko again. FROM FRI 25

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m See page 3 for details.

Mon 7

Tue 8

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

Thu 10

6:15 6:30

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Animal Farm U p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Look Back in Anger PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

SAT 26, 12.45PM

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES The Entertainer PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 A Taste of Honey 12A p8 Mary and the Witch’s Flower Bringing Up Baby Screenings U p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 Skid Row Marathon 12A p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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With English Subtitles

THE OLD DARK HOUSE (PG)

PETER RABBIT

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 4

THE BREADWINNER

LEAN ON PETE REDOUBTABLE DEADPOOL 2 JEUNE FEMME SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY ON CHESIL BEACH THE BREADWINNER

FROM FRI 4

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER

THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (12A) 124m

DEADPOOL 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

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Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 2:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Black Panther 12A + PANEL p9 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 Samsara 12A p10 12:00 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 - Preview p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Encounters: Deaf Shorts Showcase Programme + PANEL p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 An American in Paris 12A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Wonderstruck PG p9 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Tom Jones PG p8 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Silent Voice 12A p4 One-day Course Uprising: ‘68 and Beyond in American Cinema More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 My Friend Dahmer + INTRO p10 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Cambodian Spring 15 + Q&A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 The Old Dark House PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 TIMES On Chesil Beach 15 p3 3:00 Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES The Breadwinner 12A p3 1:00 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p3 10:45 McKellen: Playing the Part p10 3:00 Dot To Dot - Cafébar

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Exhibition on Screen: I, Claude Monet p11

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Film Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

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

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

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


CONTINUING INTO MAY

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MAY 2018

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

Tue 1

Wed 2

FROM FRI 11

SAT 12 - MON 14

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 25

FROM FRI 25

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LEAN ON PETE (15)

REDOUBTABLE (15)

HAVE A NICE DAY (15)

THE THIRD MURDER (15)

JEUNE FEMME (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15)

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U)

THE DIVINE ORDER (12A) 96m

A writer forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island in the aftermath of WWII.

Dir: Andrew Haigh UK 2017 122m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Dominic Cooke UK 2017 110m

Dir: John Stevenson UK/US 2018 86m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi

Dir: Hiromasa Yonebayashi Japan 2017 103m

Dir: Michel Hazanavicius France 2017 108m

Dir: Jian Liu China 2017 78m

Dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan 2017 125m

Dir: Léonor Serraille France 2017 98m

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Samuel West

Charley Thompson is a 15-year-old who craves a home, food on the table and a regular school, but as the son of an affectionate, but undependable single father, such stability is hard to find. Charley takes a summer job with a horse trainer, and develops a strong attachment for an old racehorse named ‘Lean on Pete’. Through Charley’s journey, an escape that turns into a quest, director Haigh conveys the character of the Pacific Northwest – diners, trucks and vast, blinding vistas – while retaining the subtle observation and emotional weight of his previous films. Borderlines Film Festival

The highly anticipated first feature from Studio Ponoc, the Japanese animation studio founded by the key creatives behind Studio Ghibli’s hits including Spirited Away, When Marnie Was There and Arrietty. Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world. [In English] See our website for shows with English Subtitles.

Starring: Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin

In a desperate attempt to get the money needed to fix his fiancée’s botched plastic surgery, delivery driver Xiao Zhang steals a bag containing 1 million yuan from his boss. News of the robbery spreads fast and he is soon chased by a gangster, a hitman and an inventor of X-ray glasses, all eager to retrieve the money. It’s fast, witty, violent and darkly funny.

Starring: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakusho

Starring: Laetitia Dosch, Souleymane Seye Ndiaye

Recently released from prison from a murder he committed 30 years ago, Misumi is back in court, accused of a murder-robbery he confesses to despite facing a death penalty. As his lawyer, Shigemori, learns more about the case, he soon suspects his client is in fact victim of a conspiracy and sets on a difficult journey to save Misumi’s life.

Broke, with nothing but her cat to her name, Paula is back in Paris after a long absence. She’s determined to make a new start and she’ll do it with style and panache. Set in the Parisian Left-Bank neighbourhood and made with an almost entirely female crew, this loose-limbed, character-focused film is a celebration of a red-haired free spirit that, however, doesn’t skimp on life’s darker sides. Belfast Film Festival

In 1962, newlyweds Edwards and Florence, both in their early 20s and also both virgins, spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage. Billy Howle and Saoirse Ronan are on song as the young couple in a restrained adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novella. Belfast Film Festival

Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden. Embarking on a rollicking adventure, the gnomes will explore an undiscovered side of the city and encounter all new ornaments on their extraordinary quest. All tickets: £3.80

In this feel-good drama set in 1971, housewife and mother Nora campaigns for women’s suffrage in her Alpine village. Although patriarchal constraints try to stifle the siren call of sexual liberation, Nora won’t give up on emancipation. Palm Springs Film Festival

BEAST (15) 104m A troubled young woman falls for a secretive outsider in a small community in Jersey.

“Haigh’s film is never less than heartfelt and affecting. It cares deeply for Charley and hopes we do, too.” The Guardian

YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION? WELL, TRY THIS...! SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM - 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

FUNNY COW (15) 103m Maxine Peake is formidable as an aspiring female comedian standing up to a violent husband and the sexist Northern England club circuit in the 70s and 80s.

SILENT VOICES FILM SERIES MARKING DEAF AWARENESS WEEK

A lonely factory worker travels to the rural mountains of South Africa to initiate a group of teenage boys into manhood in this provocative portrait of masculinity.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

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LEAN ON PETE

THE WOUND (15) 88m

“The Japanese maestro Hirokazu Kore-eda takes the narrative ambiguities of his previous movies and pushes them to breaking point and beyond in this beguiling, disquieting courtroom drama.” The Times

Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The day closes with a screening of Redoubtable at 3.45PM. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

FROM WED 16

DEADPOOL 2 (CERT TBC) Ryan Reynolds’ comedy skills shone through the first Deadpool instalment, and he is back in this highly-anticipated sequel just as foul-mouthed and mischievous as ever. Facing Cable, a soldier from the future, Deadpool enlists a group of friends he calls the X-Force, in a bid to save a young boy played by one of our favourites, Julian Dennison of Hunt For the Wilderpeople fame. We can’t wait for this new all-star, action-packed outing in Deadpool territory.

TUE 29, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Dir: Will Gluck US 2018 95m

Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous bunny who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent comedy with attitude. Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door. All tickets: £3.80

Dir: Ron Howard US 2018 rt tbc

THE BREADWINNER (12A)

Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Through a series of daring escapades, Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga’s most unlikely heroes.

Dir: Nora Twomey Ireland/Canada 2017 93m

ANIMAL FARM (U) 75m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U) 103m

Manor Farm has a problem... its human owner, Mr Jones, lets his animals go hungry. Finally, the animals decide they’ve had enough. They drive off Jones and make the farm their own. The problem is that after a revolution, now what? Joy Batchelor and John Halas’ 1954 classic is a must-see for all animation fans.

LEAN ON PETE (15) 122m

SAT 12, 2.15PM

WONDERSTRUCK (PG) 116m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

See page 9 for details.

103m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke

TUE 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

PETER RABBIT (PG)

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (CERT TBC)

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 5, 12.30PM

See page 1 for details.

MON 28, 8.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

“At once a bloodthirsty genre thriller; a political statement about China, globalisation and capitalism; and a vibrantly witty piece of postmodern pop art. In other words, it’s like no Chinese film you’ve ever seen.” Screen Daily

Dir: David Leitch US 2018 rt tbc

MON 14, 8PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

WOODFALL FILMS TRIBUTE

MAY 2018

In the spring of ’68, Jean Luc Godard is enjoying the early days of his marriage to actress Anne Wiazemsky, star of his new film, La Chinoise. But when the film is met with complete indifference, Godard sinks in profound self-examination, all the while getting caught in the political tension of the time, and slowly losing touch with both his audience and his wife. Filled with playful tributes to Godard’s own work, Redoubtable moves from light comedy to the anarchic swings of both Godard and May ’68.

A feature-length animation from director Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells). After her father is unjustly arrested, Parvana, a girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, bravely dresses as a boy so she can work to support her family. Working alongside a friend, she soon discovers a new world of freedom and danger and Parvana embarks on an epic quest to find her father and reunite her family.

See page 1 for details.

Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world.

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

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Sun 6

SAT 19, 1.30PM

A SILENT VOICE (12A) 130m

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 Robert Webb in Conversation p11 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 The Divine Order 12A p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Wed 9 1:00 2:45 3:45

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THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

69m

A group of travellers take refuge in a sinister mansion inhabited by the bizarre Femm family and their mute butler. Dripping with atmosphere and packed to the brim with thrills, chills and gallows humour, it is now being presented from a stunning new restoration. THU 31, 10.15AM* & 1.30PM

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m See page 3 for details. *Please note earlier start time

After being bullied by a group of classmates led by Shoya, young deaf student Shoko transfers to another school. Shoko and Shoya lose touch, but being tormented by his past actions, Shoya tries to find a way to reach out to Shoko again. FROM FRI 25

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m See page 3 for details.

Mon 7

Tue 8

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Animal Farm U p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Look Back in Anger PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

SAT 26, 12.45PM

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES The Entertainer PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 A Taste of Honey 12A p8 Mary and the Witch’s Flower Bringing Up Baby Screenings U p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 Skid Row Marathon 12A p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 18 TIMES TBC 2:30 5:15 2:15 5:00 6:15

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With English Subtitles

THE OLD DARK HOUSE (PG)

PETER RABBIT

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 4

THE BREADWINNER

LEAN ON PETE REDOUBTABLE DEADPOOL 2 JEUNE FEMME SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY ON CHESIL BEACH THE BREADWINNER

FROM FRI 4

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER

THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (12A) 124m

DEADPOOL 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES TBC Lean on Pete 15 p1 10:30 1:30 5:15 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 5:00 Beast 15 p1 TIMES TBC NT LIVE: Macbeth 15 p10 More Films TBC - See Web Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 So Much Things to Say The Life & Times of Bob Marley p9 More Films TBC - See Web Bob Marley Night Cafébar - 10pm

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Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 2:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Black Panther 12A + PANEL p9 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 Samsara 12A p10 12:00 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 - Preview p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Encounters: Deaf Shorts Showcase Programme + PANEL p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 An American in Paris 12A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:30 6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Wonderstruck PG p9 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:15 6:00 2:30 5:00 1:30 5:15

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Tom Jones PG p8 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 5:30 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Silent Voice 12A p4 One-day Course Uprising: ‘68 and Beyond in American Cinema More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:45 6:15 5:30 2:45

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8:45 8:15

Mon 28

1:30

10:30

Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES TBC Redoubtable 15 p2 2:45 The Third Murder 15 p2 2:30 5:30 Jeune Femme 15 p3 5:15 Little Shop of Horrors PG p10 12:00 More Films TBC - See Web Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers U p10 More Films TBC - See Web

Sun 27 8:15

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

8:15

Tue 29

8:00

8:15 8:00

Wed 30

1:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 My Friend Dahmer + INTRO p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 6:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Cambodian Spring 15 + Q&A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 The Old Dark House PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 10:30 1:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 TIMES On Chesil Beach 15 p3 3:00 Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES The Breadwinner 12A p3 1:00 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p3 10:45 McKellen: Playing the Part p10 3:00 Dot To Dot - Cafébar

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Exhibition on Screen: I, Claude Monet p11

TIMES TBC 3:00 5:45 TIMES TBC 11:15 1:30 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00 3:30

6:00

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Film Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 10:15 1:30 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

8:15 7:45

8:15 8:15

8:15 7:45

8:15 7:45

8:15 Thu 31 8:00

8:15 7:45

8:15 8:00

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

6:30

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8:15 7:45

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

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

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


CONTINUING INTO MAY

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

01

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

02

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

03

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MAY 2018

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

Tue 1

Wed 2

FROM FRI 11

SAT 12 - MON 14

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 25

FROM FRI 25

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LEAN ON PETE (15)

REDOUBTABLE (15)

HAVE A NICE DAY (15)

THE THIRD MURDER (15)

JEUNE FEMME (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15)

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U)

THE DIVINE ORDER (12A) 96m

A writer forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island in the aftermath of WWII.

Dir: Andrew Haigh UK 2017 122m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Dominic Cooke UK 2017 110m

Dir: John Stevenson UK/US 2018 86m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi

Dir: Hiromasa Yonebayashi Japan 2017 103m

Dir: Michel Hazanavicius France 2017 108m

Dir: Jian Liu China 2017 78m

Dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan 2017 125m

Dir: Léonor Serraille France 2017 98m

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Samuel West

Charley Thompson is a 15-year-old who craves a home, food on the table and a regular school, but as the son of an affectionate, but undependable single father, such stability is hard to find. Charley takes a summer job with a horse trainer, and develops a strong attachment for an old racehorse named ‘Lean on Pete’. Through Charley’s journey, an escape that turns into a quest, director Haigh conveys the character of the Pacific Northwest – diners, trucks and vast, blinding vistas – while retaining the subtle observation and emotional weight of his previous films. Borderlines Film Festival

The highly anticipated first feature from Studio Ponoc, the Japanese animation studio founded by the key creatives behind Studio Ghibli’s hits including Spirited Away, When Marnie Was There and Arrietty. Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world. [In English] See our website for shows with English Subtitles.

Starring: Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin

In a desperate attempt to get the money needed to fix his fiancée’s botched plastic surgery, delivery driver Xiao Zhang steals a bag containing 1 million yuan from his boss. News of the robbery spreads fast and he is soon chased by a gangster, a hitman and an inventor of X-ray glasses, all eager to retrieve the money. It’s fast, witty, violent and darkly funny.

Starring: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakusho

Starring: Laetitia Dosch, Souleymane Seye Ndiaye

Recently released from prison from a murder he committed 30 years ago, Misumi is back in court, accused of a murder-robbery he confesses to despite facing a death penalty. As his lawyer, Shigemori, learns more about the case, he soon suspects his client is in fact victim of a conspiracy and sets on a difficult journey to save Misumi’s life.

Broke, with nothing but her cat to her name, Paula is back in Paris after a long absence. She’s determined to make a new start and she’ll do it with style and panache. Set in the Parisian Left-Bank neighbourhood and made with an almost entirely female crew, this loose-limbed, character-focused film is a celebration of a red-haired free spirit that, however, doesn’t skimp on life’s darker sides. Belfast Film Festival

In 1962, newlyweds Edwards and Florence, both in their early 20s and also both virgins, spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage. Billy Howle and Saoirse Ronan are on song as the young couple in a restrained adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novella. Belfast Film Festival

Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden. Embarking on a rollicking adventure, the gnomes will explore an undiscovered side of the city and encounter all new ornaments on their extraordinary quest. All tickets: £3.80

In this feel-good drama set in 1971, housewife and mother Nora campaigns for women’s suffrage in her Alpine village. Although patriarchal constraints try to stifle the siren call of sexual liberation, Nora won’t give up on emancipation. Palm Springs Film Festival

BEAST (15) 104m A troubled young woman falls for a secretive outsider in a small community in Jersey.

“Haigh’s film is never less than heartfelt and affecting. It cares deeply for Charley and hopes we do, too.” The Guardian

YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION? WELL, TRY THIS...! SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM - 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

FUNNY COW (15) 103m Maxine Peake is formidable as an aspiring female comedian standing up to a violent husband and the sexist Northern England club circuit in the 70s and 80s.

SILENT VOICES FILM SERIES MARKING DEAF AWARENESS WEEK

A lonely factory worker travels to the rural mountains of South Africa to initiate a group of teenage boys into manhood in this provocative portrait of masculinity.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

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

LEAN ON PETE

THE WOUND (15) 88m

“The Japanese maestro Hirokazu Kore-eda takes the narrative ambiguities of his previous movies and pushes them to breaking point and beyond in this beguiling, disquieting courtroom drama.” The Times

Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The day closes with a screening of Redoubtable at 3.45PM. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

FROM WED 16

DEADPOOL 2 (CERT TBC) Ryan Reynolds’ comedy skills shone through the first Deadpool instalment, and he is back in this highly-anticipated sequel just as foul-mouthed and mischievous as ever. Facing Cable, a soldier from the future, Deadpool enlists a group of friends he calls the X-Force, in a bid to save a young boy played by one of our favourites, Julian Dennison of Hunt For the Wilderpeople fame. We can’t wait for this new all-star, action-packed outing in Deadpool territory.

TUE 29, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Dir: Will Gluck US 2018 95m

Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous bunny who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent comedy with attitude. Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door. All tickets: £3.80

Dir: Ron Howard US 2018 rt tbc

THE BREADWINNER (12A)

Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Through a series of daring escapades, Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga’s most unlikely heroes.

Dir: Nora Twomey Ireland/Canada 2017 93m

ANIMAL FARM (U) 75m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U) 103m

Manor Farm has a problem... its human owner, Mr Jones, lets his animals go hungry. Finally, the animals decide they’ve had enough. They drive off Jones and make the farm their own. The problem is that after a revolution, now what? Joy Batchelor and John Halas’ 1954 classic is a must-see for all animation fans.

LEAN ON PETE (15) 122m

SAT 12, 2.15PM

WONDERSTRUCK (PG) 116m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

See page 9 for details.

103m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke

TUE 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

PETER RABBIT (PG)

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (CERT TBC)

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 5, 12.30PM

See page 1 for details.

MON 28, 8.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

“At once a bloodthirsty genre thriller; a political statement about China, globalisation and capitalism; and a vibrantly witty piece of postmodern pop art. In other words, it’s like no Chinese film you’ve ever seen.” Screen Daily

Dir: David Leitch US 2018 rt tbc

MON 14, 8PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

WOODFALL FILMS TRIBUTE

MAY 2018

In the spring of ’68, Jean Luc Godard is enjoying the early days of his marriage to actress Anne Wiazemsky, star of his new film, La Chinoise. But when the film is met with complete indifference, Godard sinks in profound self-examination, all the while getting caught in the political tension of the time, and slowly losing touch with both his audience and his wife. Filled with playful tributes to Godard’s own work, Redoubtable moves from light comedy to the anarchic swings of both Godard and May ’68.

A feature-length animation from director Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells). After her father is unjustly arrested, Parvana, a girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, bravely dresses as a boy so she can work to support her family. Working alongside a friend, she soon discovers a new world of freedom and danger and Parvana embarks on an epic quest to find her father and reunite her family.

See page 1 for details.

Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world.

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

Thu 3

Fri 4

Sat 5

Sun 6

SAT 19, 1.30PM

A SILENT VOICE (12A) 130m

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 Robert Webb in Conversation p11 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 The Divine Order 12A p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Wed 9 1:00 2:45 3:45

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:15

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

69m

A group of travellers take refuge in a sinister mansion inhabited by the bizarre Femm family and their mute butler. Dripping with atmosphere and packed to the brim with thrills, chills and gallows humour, it is now being presented from a stunning new restoration. THU 31, 10.15AM* & 1.30PM

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m See page 3 for details. *Please note earlier start time

After being bullied by a group of classmates led by Shoya, young deaf student Shoko transfers to another school. Shoko and Shoya lose touch, but being tormented by his past actions, Shoya tries to find a way to reach out to Shoko again. FROM FRI 25

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m See page 3 for details.

Mon 7

Tue 8

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

Thu 10

6:15 6:30

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

TIMES 2:30 2:15 TIMES

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Animal Farm U p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Look Back in Anger PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

SAT 26, 12.45PM

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES The Entertainer PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 A Taste of Honey 12A p8 Mary and the Witch’s Flower Bringing Up Baby Screenings U p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 Skid Row Marathon 12A p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 18 TIMES TBC 2:30 5:15 2:15 5:00 6:15

8:00 7:30 8:45 Sat 19

1:00 2:45 3:45

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

Fri 11

6:15 5:45

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

Sat 12

Sun 13

Mon 14

With English Subtitles

THE OLD DARK HOUSE (PG)

PETER RABBIT

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 4

THE BREADWINNER

LEAN ON PETE REDOUBTABLE DEADPOOL 2 JEUNE FEMME SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY ON CHESIL BEACH THE BREADWINNER

FROM FRI 4

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER

THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (12A) 124m

DEADPOOL 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

06

05

TIMES 2:30 2:15 TIMES

1:30

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC 6:00

Tue 15 8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

Wed 16

Thu 17

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES TBC Lean on Pete 15 p1 10:30 1:30 5:15 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 5:00 Beast 15 p1 TIMES TBC NT LIVE: Macbeth 15 p10 More Films TBC - See Web Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 So Much Things to Say The Life & Times of Bob Marley p9 More Films TBC - See Web Bob Marley Night Cafébar - 10pm

3:30 2:30 2:15

6:00 5:15 5:00

7:00 8:30 8:00

Sun 20

8:15

Mon 21

Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 2:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Black Panther 12A + PANEL p9 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15

Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 Samsara 12A p10 12:00 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 - Preview p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Encounters: Deaf Shorts Showcase Programme + PANEL p9 More Films TBC - See Web

8:00 7:30

2:15

8:30 8:00

4:45 9:00 Tue 22 8:30 8:00 7:45 Wed 23 8:30 8:00 7:45

2:15

6:00 5:15 5:00

8:15 8:30 8:00

Thu 24

7:45 Fri 25

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 An American in Paris 12A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:30 6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Wonderstruck PG p9 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:15 6:00 2:30 5:00 1:30 5:15

8:30 8:00 7:00 Sat 26 8:30 8:00 7:45

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Tom Jones PG p8 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 5:30 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Silent Voice 12A p4 One-day Course Uprising: ‘68 and Beyond in American Cinema More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:45 6:15 5:30 2:45

8:00

8:45 8:15

Mon 28

1:30

10:30

Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES TBC Redoubtable 15 p2 2:45 The Third Murder 15 p2 2:30 5:30 Jeune Femme 15 p3 5:15 Little Shop of Horrors PG p10 12:00 More Films TBC - See Web Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers U p10 More Films TBC - See Web

Sun 27 8:15

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

8:15

Tue 29

8:00

8:15 8:00

Wed 30

1:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 My Friend Dahmer + INTRO p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 6:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Cambodian Spring 15 + Q&A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 The Old Dark House PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 10:30 1:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 TIMES On Chesil Beach 15 p3 3:00 Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES The Breadwinner 12A p3 1:00 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p3 10:45 McKellen: Playing the Part p10 3:00 Dot To Dot - Cafébar

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Exhibition on Screen: I, Claude Monet p11

TIMES TBC 3:00 5:45 TIMES TBC 11:15 1:30 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00 3:30

6:00

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Film Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 10:15 1:30 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

8:15 7:45

8:15 8:15

8:15 7:45

8:15 7:45

8:15 Thu 31 8:00

8:15 7:45

8:15 8:00

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

6:30

www.broadway.org.uk/diary 8:15 8:00

To receive our weekly e-newsletter sign up at www.broadway.org.uk/email_list

BOX OFFICE 8:15 7:45

8:15 7:45

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

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

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


CONTINUING INTO MAY

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

01

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

02

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

03

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MAY 2018

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

Tue 1

Wed 2

FROM FRI 11

SAT 12 - MON 14

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 25

FROM FRI 25

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LEAN ON PETE (15)

REDOUBTABLE (15)

HAVE A NICE DAY (15)

THE THIRD MURDER (15)

JEUNE FEMME (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15)

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U)

THE DIVINE ORDER (12A) 96m

A writer forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island in the aftermath of WWII.

Dir: Andrew Haigh UK 2017 122m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Dominic Cooke UK 2017 110m

Dir: John Stevenson UK/US 2018 86m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi

Dir: Hiromasa Yonebayashi Japan 2017 103m

Dir: Michel Hazanavicius France 2017 108m

Dir: Jian Liu China 2017 78m

Dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan 2017 125m

Dir: Léonor Serraille France 2017 98m

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Samuel West

Charley Thompson is a 15-year-old who craves a home, food on the table and a regular school, but as the son of an affectionate, but undependable single father, such stability is hard to find. Charley takes a summer job with a horse trainer, and develops a strong attachment for an old racehorse named ‘Lean on Pete’. Through Charley’s journey, an escape that turns into a quest, director Haigh conveys the character of the Pacific Northwest – diners, trucks and vast, blinding vistas – while retaining the subtle observation and emotional weight of his previous films. Borderlines Film Festival

The highly anticipated first feature from Studio Ponoc, the Japanese animation studio founded by the key creatives behind Studio Ghibli’s hits including Spirited Away, When Marnie Was There and Arrietty. Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world. [In English] See our website for shows with English Subtitles.

Starring: Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin

In a desperate attempt to get the money needed to fix his fiancée’s botched plastic surgery, delivery driver Xiao Zhang steals a bag containing 1 million yuan from his boss. News of the robbery spreads fast and he is soon chased by a gangster, a hitman and an inventor of X-ray glasses, all eager to retrieve the money. It’s fast, witty, violent and darkly funny.

Starring: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakusho

Starring: Laetitia Dosch, Souleymane Seye Ndiaye

Recently released from prison from a murder he committed 30 years ago, Misumi is back in court, accused of a murder-robbery he confesses to despite facing a death penalty. As his lawyer, Shigemori, learns more about the case, he soon suspects his client is in fact victim of a conspiracy and sets on a difficult journey to save Misumi’s life.

Broke, with nothing but her cat to her name, Paula is back in Paris after a long absence. She’s determined to make a new start and she’ll do it with style and panache. Set in the Parisian Left-Bank neighbourhood and made with an almost entirely female crew, this loose-limbed, character-focused film is a celebration of a red-haired free spirit that, however, doesn’t skimp on life’s darker sides. Belfast Film Festival

In 1962, newlyweds Edwards and Florence, both in their early 20s and also both virgins, spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage. Billy Howle and Saoirse Ronan are on song as the young couple in a restrained adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novella. Belfast Film Festival

Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden. Embarking on a rollicking adventure, the gnomes will explore an undiscovered side of the city and encounter all new ornaments on their extraordinary quest. All tickets: £3.80

In this feel-good drama set in 1971, housewife and mother Nora campaigns for women’s suffrage in her Alpine village. Although patriarchal constraints try to stifle the siren call of sexual liberation, Nora won’t give up on emancipation. Palm Springs Film Festival

BEAST (15) 104m A troubled young woman falls for a secretive outsider in a small community in Jersey.

“Haigh’s film is never less than heartfelt and affecting. It cares deeply for Charley and hopes we do, too.” The Guardian

YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION? WELL, TRY THIS...! SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM - 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

FUNNY COW (15) 103m Maxine Peake is formidable as an aspiring female comedian standing up to a violent husband and the sexist Northern England club circuit in the 70s and 80s.

SILENT VOICES FILM SERIES MARKING DEAF AWARENESS WEEK

A lonely factory worker travels to the rural mountains of South Africa to initiate a group of teenage boys into manhood in this provocative portrait of masculinity.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

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

LEAN ON PETE

THE WOUND (15) 88m

“The Japanese maestro Hirokazu Kore-eda takes the narrative ambiguities of his previous movies and pushes them to breaking point and beyond in this beguiling, disquieting courtroom drama.” The Times

Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The day closes with a screening of Redoubtable at 3.45PM. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

FROM WED 16

DEADPOOL 2 (CERT TBC) Ryan Reynolds’ comedy skills shone through the first Deadpool instalment, and he is back in this highly-anticipated sequel just as foul-mouthed and mischievous as ever. Facing Cable, a soldier from the future, Deadpool enlists a group of friends he calls the X-Force, in a bid to save a young boy played by one of our favourites, Julian Dennison of Hunt For the Wilderpeople fame. We can’t wait for this new all-star, action-packed outing in Deadpool territory.

TUE 29, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Dir: Will Gluck US 2018 95m

Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous bunny who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent comedy with attitude. Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door. All tickets: £3.80

Dir: Ron Howard US 2018 rt tbc

THE BREADWINNER (12A)

Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Through a series of daring escapades, Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga’s most unlikely heroes.

Dir: Nora Twomey Ireland/Canada 2017 93m

ANIMAL FARM (U) 75m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U) 103m

Manor Farm has a problem... its human owner, Mr Jones, lets his animals go hungry. Finally, the animals decide they’ve had enough. They drive off Jones and make the farm their own. The problem is that after a revolution, now what? Joy Batchelor and John Halas’ 1954 classic is a must-see for all animation fans.

LEAN ON PETE (15) 122m

SAT 12, 2.15PM

WONDERSTRUCK (PG) 116m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

See page 9 for details.

103m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke

TUE 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

PETER RABBIT (PG)

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (CERT TBC)

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 5, 12.30PM

See page 1 for details.

MON 28, 8.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

“At once a bloodthirsty genre thriller; a political statement about China, globalisation and capitalism; and a vibrantly witty piece of postmodern pop art. In other words, it’s like no Chinese film you’ve ever seen.” Screen Daily

Dir: David Leitch US 2018 rt tbc

MON 14, 8PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

WOODFALL FILMS TRIBUTE

MAY 2018

In the spring of ’68, Jean Luc Godard is enjoying the early days of his marriage to actress Anne Wiazemsky, star of his new film, La Chinoise. But when the film is met with complete indifference, Godard sinks in profound self-examination, all the while getting caught in the political tension of the time, and slowly losing touch with both his audience and his wife. Filled with playful tributes to Godard’s own work, Redoubtable moves from light comedy to the anarchic swings of both Godard and May ’68.

A feature-length animation from director Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells). After her father is unjustly arrested, Parvana, a girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, bravely dresses as a boy so she can work to support her family. Working alongside a friend, she soon discovers a new world of freedom and danger and Parvana embarks on an epic quest to find her father and reunite her family.

See page 1 for details.

Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world.

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

Thu 3

Fri 4

Sat 5

Sun 6

SAT 19, 1.30PM

A SILENT VOICE (12A) 130m

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 Robert Webb in Conversation p11 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 The Divine Order 12A p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Wed 9 1:00 2:45 3:45

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

6:15

THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

69m

A group of travellers take refuge in a sinister mansion inhabited by the bizarre Femm family and their mute butler. Dripping with atmosphere and packed to the brim with thrills, chills and gallows humour, it is now being presented from a stunning new restoration. THU 31, 10.15AM* & 1.30PM

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m See page 3 for details. *Please note earlier start time

After being bullied by a group of classmates led by Shoya, young deaf student Shoko transfers to another school. Shoko and Shoya lose touch, but being tormented by his past actions, Shoya tries to find a way to reach out to Shoko again. FROM FRI 25

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m See page 3 for details.

Mon 7

Tue 8

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

Thu 10

6:15 6:30

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

TIMES 2:30 2:15 TIMES

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Animal Farm U p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Look Back in Anger PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

SAT 26, 12.45PM

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES The Entertainer PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 A Taste of Honey 12A p8 Mary and the Witch’s Flower Bringing Up Baby Screenings U p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 Skid Row Marathon 12A p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 18 TIMES TBC 2:30 5:15 2:15 5:00 6:15

8:00 7:30 8:45 Sat 19

1:00 2:45 3:45

5:30 5:15

8:15 8:00 8:30

Fri 11

6:15 5:45

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

Sat 12

Sun 13

Mon 14

With English Subtitles

THE OLD DARK HOUSE (PG)

PETER RABBIT

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

FROM FRI 4

THE BREADWINNER

LEAN ON PETE REDOUBTABLE DEADPOOL 2 JEUNE FEMME SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY ON CHESIL BEACH THE BREADWINNER

FROM FRI 4

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER

THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (12A) 124m

DEADPOOL 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

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TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC

TBC 5:15 5:00 TBC 6:00

Tue 15 8:00 7:30

8:00 7:30

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES TBC Lean on Pete 15 p1 10:30 1:30 5:15 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 5:00 Beast 15 p1 TIMES TBC NT LIVE: Macbeth 15 p10 More Films TBC - See Web Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 So Much Things to Say The Life & Times of Bob Marley p9 More Films TBC - See Web Bob Marley Night Cafébar - 10pm

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6:00 5:15 5:00

7:00 8:30 8:00

Sun 20

8:15

Mon 21

Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 2:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Black Panther 12A + PANEL p9 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15

Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 Samsara 12A p10 12:00 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 - Preview p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Encounters: Deaf Shorts Showcase Programme + PANEL p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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7:45 Fri 25

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 An American in Paris 12A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:30 6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Wonderstruck PG p9 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:15 6:00 2:30 5:00 1:30 5:15

8:30 8:00 7:00 Sat 26 8:30 8:00 7:45

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Tom Jones PG p8 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 5:30 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Silent Voice 12A p4 One-day Course Uprising: ‘68 and Beyond in American Cinema More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:45 6:15 5:30 2:45

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Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES TBC Redoubtable 15 p2 2:45 The Third Murder 15 p2 2:30 5:30 Jeune Femme 15 p3 5:15 Little Shop of Horrors PG p10 12:00 More Films TBC - See Web Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers U p10 More Films TBC - See Web

Sun 27 8:15

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

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Tue 29

8:00

8:15 8:00

Wed 30

1:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 My Friend Dahmer + INTRO p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 6:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Cambodian Spring 15 + Q&A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 The Old Dark House PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 10:30 1:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 TIMES On Chesil Beach 15 p3 3:00 Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES The Breadwinner 12A p3 1:00 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p3 10:45 McKellen: Playing the Part p10 3:00 Dot To Dot - Cafébar

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Exhibition on Screen: I, Claude Monet p11

TIMES TBC 3:00 5:45 TIMES TBC 11:15 1:30 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00 3:30

6:00

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Film Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

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8:15 7:45

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

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

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


CONTINUING INTO MAY

WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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WHAT’S ON MAY 2018

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

MAY 2018

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

Tue 1

Wed 2

FROM FRI 11

SAT 12 - MON 14

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 18

FROM FRI 25

FROM FRI 25

THU 3, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LEAN ON PETE (15)

REDOUBTABLE (15)

HAVE A NICE DAY (15)

THE THIRD MURDER (15)

JEUNE FEMME (15)

ON CHESIL BEACH (15)

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U)

THE DIVINE ORDER (12A) 96m

A writer forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island in the aftermath of WWII.

Dir: Andrew Haigh UK 2017 122m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Dominic Cooke UK 2017 110m

Dir: John Stevenson UK/US 2018 86m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi

Dir: Hiromasa Yonebayashi Japan 2017 103m

Dir: Michel Hazanavicius France 2017 108m

Dir: Jian Liu China 2017 78m

Dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan 2017 125m

Dir: Léonor Serraille France 2017 98m

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Samuel West

Charley Thompson is a 15-year-old who craves a home, food on the table and a regular school, but as the son of an affectionate, but undependable single father, such stability is hard to find. Charley takes a summer job with a horse trainer, and develops a strong attachment for an old racehorse named ‘Lean on Pete’. Through Charley’s journey, an escape that turns into a quest, director Haigh conveys the character of the Pacific Northwest – diners, trucks and vast, blinding vistas – while retaining the subtle observation and emotional weight of his previous films. Borderlines Film Festival

The highly anticipated first feature from Studio Ponoc, the Japanese animation studio founded by the key creatives behind Studio Ghibli’s hits including Spirited Away, When Marnie Was There and Arrietty. Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world. [In English] See our website for shows with English Subtitles.

Starring: Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin

In a desperate attempt to get the money needed to fix his fiancée’s botched plastic surgery, delivery driver Xiao Zhang steals a bag containing 1 million yuan from his boss. News of the robbery spreads fast and he is soon chased by a gangster, a hitman and an inventor of X-ray glasses, all eager to retrieve the money. It’s fast, witty, violent and darkly funny.

Starring: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakusho

Starring: Laetitia Dosch, Souleymane Seye Ndiaye

Recently released from prison from a murder he committed 30 years ago, Misumi is back in court, accused of a murder-robbery he confesses to despite facing a death penalty. As his lawyer, Shigemori, learns more about the case, he soon suspects his client is in fact victim of a conspiracy and sets on a difficult journey to save Misumi’s life.

Broke, with nothing but her cat to her name, Paula is back in Paris after a long absence. She’s determined to make a new start and she’ll do it with style and panache. Set in the Parisian Left-Bank neighbourhood and made with an almost entirely female crew, this loose-limbed, character-focused film is a celebration of a red-haired free spirit that, however, doesn’t skimp on life’s darker sides. Belfast Film Festival

In 1962, newlyweds Edwards and Florence, both in their early 20s and also both virgins, spend their honeymoon preoccupied and terrified by the upcoming consummation of their marriage. Billy Howle and Saoirse Ronan are on song as the young couple in a restrained adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novella. Belfast Film Festival

Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden. Embarking on a rollicking adventure, the gnomes will explore an undiscovered side of the city and encounter all new ornaments on their extraordinary quest. All tickets: £3.80

In this feel-good drama set in 1971, housewife and mother Nora campaigns for women’s suffrage in her Alpine village. Although patriarchal constraints try to stifle the siren call of sexual liberation, Nora won’t give up on emancipation. Palm Springs Film Festival

BEAST (15) 104m A troubled young woman falls for a secretive outsider in a small community in Jersey.

“Haigh’s film is never less than heartfelt and affecting. It cares deeply for Charley and hopes we do, too.” The Guardian

YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION? WELL, TRY THIS...! SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM - 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

FUNNY COW (15) 103m Maxine Peake is formidable as an aspiring female comedian standing up to a violent husband and the sexist Northern England club circuit in the 70s and 80s.

SILENT VOICES FILM SERIES MARKING DEAF AWARENESS WEEK

A lonely factory worker travels to the rural mountains of South Africa to initiate a group of teenage boys into manhood in this provocative portrait of masculinity.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

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

LEAN ON PETE

THE WOUND (15) 88m

“The Japanese maestro Hirokazu Kore-eda takes the narrative ambiguities of his previous movies and pushes them to breaking point and beyond in this beguiling, disquieting courtroom drama.” The Times

Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The day closes with a screening of Redoubtable at 3.45PM. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

FROM WED 16

DEADPOOL 2 (CERT TBC) Ryan Reynolds’ comedy skills shone through the first Deadpool instalment, and he is back in this highly-anticipated sequel just as foul-mouthed and mischievous as ever. Facing Cable, a soldier from the future, Deadpool enlists a group of friends he calls the X-Force, in a bid to save a young boy played by one of our favourites, Julian Dennison of Hunt For the Wilderpeople fame. We can’t wait for this new all-star, action-packed outing in Deadpool territory.

TUE 29, TIME TBC This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Dir: Will Gluck US 2018 95m

Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous bunny who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent comedy with attitude. Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they compete for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door. All tickets: £3.80

Dir: Ron Howard US 2018 rt tbc

THE BREADWINNER (12A)

Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Through a series of daring escapades, Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga’s most unlikely heroes.

Dir: Nora Twomey Ireland/Canada 2017 93m

ANIMAL FARM (U) 75m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U) 103m

Manor Farm has a problem... its human owner, Mr Jones, lets his animals go hungry. Finally, the animals decide they’ve had enough. They drive off Jones and make the farm their own. The problem is that after a revolution, now what? Joy Batchelor and John Halas’ 1954 classic is a must-see for all animation fans.

LEAN ON PETE (15) 122m

SAT 12, 2.15PM

WONDERSTRUCK (PG) 116m

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (U)

See page 9 for details.

103m

THU 17, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke

TUE 8, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 25

PETER RABBIT (PG)

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (CERT TBC)

THU 10, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 5, 12.30PM

See page 1 for details.

MON 28, 8.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 25

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

“At once a bloodthirsty genre thriller; a political statement about China, globalisation and capitalism; and a vibrantly witty piece of postmodern pop art. In other words, it’s like no Chinese film you’ve ever seen.” Screen Daily

Dir: David Leitch US 2018 rt tbc

MON 14, 8PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

WOODFALL FILMS TRIBUTE

MAY 2018

In the spring of ’68, Jean Luc Godard is enjoying the early days of his marriage to actress Anne Wiazemsky, star of his new film, La Chinoise. But when the film is met with complete indifference, Godard sinks in profound self-examination, all the while getting caught in the political tension of the time, and slowly losing touch with both his audience and his wife. Filled with playful tributes to Godard’s own work, Redoubtable moves from light comedy to the anarchic swings of both Godard and May ’68.

A feature-length animation from director Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells). After her father is unjustly arrested, Parvana, a girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, bravely dresses as a boy so she can work to support her family. Working alongside a friend, she soon discovers a new world of freedom and danger and Parvana embarks on an epic quest to find her father and reunite her family.

See page 1 for details.

Based on the best-selling British children’s book “The Little Broomstick” by Mary Stewart, this is an all-ages fantasy adventure featuring ingenious characters, in a heartfelt story of a young girl trying to work out her place in the world.

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

Thu 3

Fri 4

Sat 5

Sun 6

SAT 19, 1.30PM

A SILENT VOICE (12A) 130m

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 Robert Webb in Conversation p11 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 The Divine Order 12A p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK Wed 9 1:00 2:45 3:45

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THU 24, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

69m

A group of travellers take refuge in a sinister mansion inhabited by the bizarre Femm family and their mute butler. Dripping with atmosphere and packed to the brim with thrills, chills and gallows humour, it is now being presented from a stunning new restoration. THU 31, 10.15AM* & 1.30PM

ON CHESIL BEACH (15) 110m See page 3 for details. *Please note earlier start time

After being bullied by a group of classmates led by Shoya, young deaf student Shoko transfers to another school. Shoko and Shoya lose touch, but being tormented by his past actions, Shoya tries to find a way to reach out to Shoko again. FROM FRI 25

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m and PETER RABBIT (PG) 95m See page 3 for details.

Mon 7

Tue 8

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Animal Farm U p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES Look Back in Anger PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

SAT 26, 12.45PM

SHERLOCK GNOMES (U) 86m Sherlock Gnomes, famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes, arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a number of gnomes from Gnomeo and Juliet’s garden.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Beast 15 p1 TIMES The Entertainer PG p8 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 A Taste of Honey 12A p8 Mary and the Witch’s Flower Bringing Up Baby Screenings U p4 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Beast 15 p1 Skid Row Marathon 12A p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 18 TIMES TBC 2:30 5:15 2:15 5:00 6:15

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Fri 11

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Sun 13

Mon 14

With English Subtitles

THE OLD DARK HOUSE (PG)

PETER RABBIT

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FROM FRI 4

THE BREADWINNER

LEAN ON PETE REDOUBTABLE DEADPOOL 2 JEUNE FEMME SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY ON CHESIL BEACH THE BREADWINNER

FROM FRI 4

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER

THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (12A) 124m

DEADPOOL 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 Beast 15 p1 Funny Cow 15 p1 The Wound 15 p1 More Films TBC - See Web

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A p1 TIMES TBC Lean on Pete 15 p1 10:30 1:30 5:15 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 5:00 Beast 15 p1 TIMES TBC NT LIVE: Macbeth 15 p10 More Films TBC - See Web Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 So Much Things to Say The Life & Times of Bob Marley p9 More Films TBC - See Web Bob Marley Night Cafébar - 10pm

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Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 2:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 11:45 2:15 Black Panther 12A + PANEL p9 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15

Redoubtable 15 p2 1:00 3:30 Lean on Pete 15 p1 2:30 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 2:15 Samsara 12A p10 12:00 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Have a Nice Day 15 p2 More Films TBC - See Web

6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 - Preview p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Encounters: Deaf Shorts Showcase Programme + PANEL p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 An American in Paris 12A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:30 6:00 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 Lean on Pete 15 p1 Mary and the Witch’s Flower U p1 Wonderstruck PG p9 10:30 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:15 6:00 2:30 5:00 1:30 5:15

8:30 8:00 7:00 Sat 26 8:30 8:00 7:45

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Tom Jones PG p8 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 5:30 5:15 5:00

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Silent Voice 12A p4 One-day Course Uprising: ‘68 and Beyond in American Cinema More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 3:45 6:15 5:30 2:45

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Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES TBC Redoubtable 15 p2 2:45 The Third Murder 15 p2 2:30 5:30 Jeune Femme 15 p3 5:15 Little Shop of Horrors PG p10 12:00 More Films TBC - See Web Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers U p10 More Films TBC - See Web

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Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 My Friend Dahmer + INTRO p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 6:30

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 A Cambodian Spring 15 + Q&A p10 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15

Deadpool 2 p2 Redoubtable 15 p2 The Third Murder 15 p2 Jeune Femme 15 p3 The Old Dark House PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

TIMES TBC 2:45 2:30 5:30 5:15 10:30 1:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 TIMES On Chesil Beach 15 p3 3:00 Deadpool 2 p2 TIMES The Breadwinner 12A p3 1:00 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 10:30 12:45 Peter Rabbit PG p3 10:45 McKellen: Playing the Part p10 3:00 Dot To Dot - Cafébar

TBC 5:45 TBC 5:30

Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Exhibition on Screen: I, Claude Monet p11

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3 Film Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

TIMES 3:00 TIMES 3:15 10:30 12:45 10:45 1:00

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Solo: A Star Wars Story p3 On Chesil Beach 15 p3 Deadpool 2 p2 The Breadwinner 12A p3 Sherlock Gnomes U p3 Peter Rabbit PG p3

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

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

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


INSPIRING CREATIVITY

WOODFALL FILMS

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A tribute to the ground-breaking British film company Woodfall Films, In September, we’ll present the Nottingham-related classic in its 60th Anniversary this year. Founded in 1958 by director Tony Woodfall films; Saturday Night Richardson, writer John Osborne and producer Harry Saltzman, the and Sunday Morning and The company pioneered the British new wave, defining an incendiary Loneliness of the Long Distance brand of social realism with a slate of iconic films such as Look Back Runner as part of a season celebrating Working Class in Anger and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. Today, many of these classics continue to influence and inspire filmmakers. Heroes.

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

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY PART ONE SAT 2 JUN - DATE SOLD OUT SAT 21 JUL - PLACES AVAILABLE 10AM - 4.30PM Leave auto-mode behind! Our Digital Photography workshop for beginners will reintroduce you to your camera and help you understand its functions and capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY Spend a week during the summer holidays making your own short film. As part of a small team you’ll work with industry professionals to develop your ideas and learn how to use professional film equipment. Whether you are a budding director, love to experiment with sound, film, composition, set design or lighting, you will have the chance to have a go at each role. To round off the week, there will be a free private screening on the morning of Saturday 18 August for your family and friends to come along and watch your film on the big screen! Cost: £250 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

TUE 15, 7.45PM

WED 9, 8.45PM

SKID ROW MARATHON (12A) Dir: Mark Hayes US 2017 98m + pre-film content

ENCOUNTERS: DEAF SHORTS SHOWCASE PROGRAMME (CERT TBC) 107m + PANEL

SUN 6, 1PM

MON 7, 1PM

TUE 8, 6PM

LOOK BACK IN ANGER (PG)

THE ENTERTAINER (PG)

A TASTE OF HONEY (12A)

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1958 97m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1960 108m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1961 100m

THU 17, 5.15PM (ALSO SILVER SCREENINGS AT 10.30AM & 1.30PM)

WONDERSTRUCK (PG)

Starring: Richard Burton, Claire Boom

Starring: Laurence Olivier, Brenda de Banzie

Starring: Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan

Dir: Todd Haynes US 2017 116m

Trumpeter Jimmy Porter is a disillusioned, educated bloke, raging against the Establishment. His downtrodden wife suffers the brunt of his tirades, but when he vents his anger by having an affair with her best friend it causes untold misery for everyone he knows. Tony Richardson’s feature debut is the epitome of the kitchen-sink drama that spawned a new genre of British social-protest films and heralded the liberated swinging sixties. BFI

Like Look Back in Anger, the second Woodfall production was adapted from a stage play written by John Osborne. The result, under Richardson’s taut direction, is a brilliantly caustic portrait of ageing music-hall veteran Archie Rice, played by Olivier in one of his finest screen performances, coming undone in a peeling seaside resort. BFI

Based on one of the most controversial plays of its time, A Taste of Honey features Rita Tushingham in her star-making debut role as a disaffected teenager finding her way amid the economic desperation of industrial Manchester. With its unapologetic identification with social outcasts and its sensitive, modern approach to matters of sexuality and race, Richardson’s classic is still a startling benchmark work of realism. Criterion

Starring: Millicent Simmonds, Julianne Moore

Based on Brian Selznick’s novel, this dazzlingly inventive drama runs on parallel tracks - following the fortunes of two deaf 12-year-olds: Ben, a lad in 1977 Michigan who loses his mother, and Rose, a girl in 1927 New Jersey obsessed with silent screen star Lillian Mayhew. Vancouver International Film Festival

These screenings will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 18, 5PM SAT 19, 1.30PM

TOM JONES (PG)

An emotional and uplifting documentary which follows the story of High Court Judge, Craig Mitchell as he coaches a long-distance running club from the Midnight Mission on Skid Row. Using the redemptive power of running and the camaraderie of the group, marathon training raises the spirits of Skid Row’s inhabitants and gives a sense of purpose to a group of people who are homeless, addicted or coming out of the prison system. The film will be preceded by an exclusive 10-minute film exploring the transformative powers of running.

TOM JONES

Global Beats present a seminal event - Roger Steffens and John Masouri - two of the world’s most acclaimed reggae writers in conversation for two hours of unique insights into the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers. This show includes rare and unreleased film and audio recordings of Marley plus anecdotes and insights drawn from the speakers own experiences and knowledge of Jamaica, its music and culture. Followed by reggae music in the Cafébar. See our website for details. SAT 12, 4.45PM

BLACK PANTHER (12A) + PANEL DISCUSSION Dir: Ryan Coogler US 2018 134m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1963 117m Starring: Albert Finney, Susannah York

With English Subtitles

Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture, this raucous and innovative adaptation of Henry Fielding’s classic novel is directed with a real sense of adventure. John Osborne captures the spirit of the novel in his sophisticated screenplay and Albert Finney gives a dashing centrepiece performance as the much sought-after Tom Jones, enjoying marvellous support from Joan Greenwood as Lady Bellaston. BFI

Dir: Naoko Yamada Japan 2016 130m

Shoko, a young deaf student, transfers to a new school where she is bullied by Shoya. While Shoya originally leads the class in bullying Shoko, the class soon turns on him for his lack of compassion. When they leave elementary school, Shoko and Shoya do not speak to each other again, but Shoya, tormented by his past behaviour, decides he must see Shoko once more to atone for his sins – but is it already too late? All tickets: £3.80

After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the isolated and technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. All tickets: £3.80 The screening will be followed by a panel discussion to explore afro-futurism, and the cultural and political themes presented in the film. Check our website for details. Hosted by Nubian Link. Nubian Link was established in 1995 and strives to develop and promote the educational, cultural and economic needs of the Afrikan community from an Afrikan-centred perspective.

TUE 22, 6.30PM

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

MY FRIEND DAHMER - PREVIEW (CERT TBC) + INTRODUCTION

LIVE BY SATELLITE

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NT LIVE THU 10, 7PM

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 28, 3.30PM & 6PM

MACBETH (15) 210m

I, CLAUDE MONET (U) 90m

Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

I, Claude Monet is back by popular demand, revealing the heart and soul of arguably the world’s most loved artist. Told through Monet’s own words and shot on location at the very spots he painted, the film features his most loved paintings in an unforgettable, immersive art experience.

WED 16, 7PM

WRITING

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 107m Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

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

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

SUN 13, 12NOON

(12A) 160m

SAMSARA (12A) 102m Filmed over nearly five years in 25 countries on five continents, and shot on 70mm film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY BILL. THIS IS A BIKE FREE FILM.

The breathtakingly beautiful Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the Oscar-winning MGM film. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SUN 27, 3PM

MCKELLEN: PLAYING THE PART (CERT TBC) 150m SUN 20, 12NOON WED 23, 6.30PM

A CAMBODIAN SPRING + Q&A (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Christopher Kelly UK/Cambodia 2016 126m

Shot over six years, A Cambodian Spring is an intimate portrait of three people, two fearless women and a Buddhist monk, caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Charting the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’, the film is about the complexities – both political and personal – of fighting for what you believe in. We are pleased to welcome Venerable Luon Sovath for a special Q&A following this screening.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (PG) 94m Things take a complicated turn for nerdy florist Seymour when he realises the exotic plant he bought for his shop has a taste for human blood in this classic horror comedy with a killer soundtrack. 50 AND STILL GORGEOUS!

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SCREENING The screening is enhanced to suit the needs of people living with dementia. There will be an interval halfway through the film for free tea, coffee and biscuits to be served.

Playing the Part uncovers McKellen’s story, from his upbringing living through the war, working through repertory and West End theatre, coming out and being a leader in the campaign for equality, to his mainstream film breakouts. Hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live to cinemas nationwide from London’s BFI Southbank.

MON 21, 1.30PM

SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (U) 102m Tickets are £3.80, with a free place for an accompanying carer. For more information and to book wheelchair spaces, contact Adam Byrne on 0115 952 6611.

WED 2, 6.30PM

ROBERT WEBB IN CONVERSATION (UC) 60m + BOOK SIGNING Robert Webb will talk about his hilarious and heart-breaking memoir, “How Not To Be a Boy”, and sign copies afterwards. In the book he considers the absurd expectations boys and men have thrust upon them at every stage of life, while reflecting his own story – from schoolboy crushes (on girls and boys) to discovering the power of making people laugh (in the Cambridge Footlights with David Mitchell), and from losing his beloved mother to becoming a husband and father. Tickets: £5

FILM COURSES

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Come and try our informal but informative film courses where you can meet fellow film-lovers while learning lots of interesting stuff too! Book your place online or at our box office. For more information contact Caroline at c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk.

SPIRIT OF THE STRANGE: THE DARK HEART OF 70s CINEMA (90m)

NEW COURSE

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

An unsettling journey into the film world’s most off-kilter decade, deconstructing dystopian visions, dreamlike states and bleak, awkward narratives. Including The Stepford Wives, The Baby, Pink Flamingoes and loads more. Expect the scary, expect the apocalyptic, expect the paranoid but most of all expect the unexpected. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing TUE 8 MAY, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

1960s BRITISH CINEMA (120m)

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing WED 9 MAY, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

TALK CINEMA (90m) NEW COURSE

If you can remember the 1960s then you were obviously paying attention. If you can’t, and you need a refresher course, we’re spending ten weeks looking at the ways in which this tumultuous decade was depicted in British films. All you have you to do is turn up, tune in and don’t drop out. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing WED 9 MAY, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing THU 10 MAY, 7.30PM-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM – 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Tutor, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing MON 14 MAY, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) (No session on MON 28 MAY) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

MAY 2018

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

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NEW COURSE

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

FRI 11, 10PM

BOB MARLEY NIGHT Our special event on the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers, So Much Things To Say - The Life & Times Of Bob Marley’ With Roger Steffens & John Masouri, will be followed by reggae music in the cafébar. Please see our website for more details. SUN 27

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. From hippie haters to road-tripping drug dealers, subversive westerns to longhaired ‘Nam vets, the course will examine the socio-historical context for the wave of underground and mainstream American movies that represented the ‘don’t trust anyone over thirty’ generation. Clips and discussion will include Easy Rider, Medium Cool, Punishment Park, The Deer Hunter, Coming Home, and more. Keep the spirit of revolution going and finish the day with a screening of the Spring of ’68-set Redoubtable at 3.45PM free as part of the course. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

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DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL Dot To Dot’s ever eclectic line-up returns to our Cafébar with live acoustic music throughout the day. Check our website for more details.

QUIZZES

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

SO MUCH THINGS TO SAY THE LIFE & TIMES OF BOB MARLEY WITH ROGER STEFFENS & JOHN MASOURI

Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o

A SILENT VOICE (12A)

MAY 2018

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

FRI 11, 8.15PM

For further details visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/films_courses

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

Supported by Nottingham Together, Nottingham City Council

This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing. MY PURE LAND

SAT 9 JUN, 10AM-4.30PM Join director Sarmad Masud for our first filmmakers’ masterclass - Directing Drama for the Screen. This workshop is aimed at filmmakers with some previous experience, graduate media students or self-taught, wanting further professional development. This workshop will include: working with a script as a director, saying the right thing – the language of film sets, tips for working with crew and practical hands-on sessions working with professional actors. Places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment. Cost: £150 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Sarmad Masud Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Intermediate (See website for details)

Also see pages 1-3 for our regular monthly Access Screenings.

Presented at the 2017 edition of Encounters Festival, the films selected feature the representation of Deafness as part of a wider narrative. This programme features eight films, including the Oscar-winning The Silent Child. We are delighted to welcome the creative team behind The Silent Child, writer and actress Rachel Shenton and director Chris Overton, to introduce the screening. A panel discussion will follow this screening; see our website for details.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EMERGING FILMMAKERS DIRECTING DRAMA FOR THE SCREEN WITH SARMAD MASUD

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MUSIC

SAT 19 & SUN 20 MAY, 10AM - 4.30PM EACH DAY If you’re inspired by film and always wanted to try your hand at filmmaking, then this two-day course is for you! Learn how to use professional equipment, and gain an understanding of the processes involved in digital film production. Working as part of a small group you’ll interpret a script, develop ideas, work with professional actors and shoot a scene. This practical workshop will give you an initial insight into the mechanics of filmmaking. No prior experience is required, just an interest and enthusiasm to learn more! Cost: £180/£160 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

SILENT VOICES A series of films to mark Deaf Awareness Week 2018.

MAY 2018

FOOD

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING PART ONE

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TUE 8, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 29, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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


INSPIRING CREATIVITY

WOODFALL FILMS

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A tribute to the ground-breaking British film company Woodfall Films, In September, we’ll present the Nottingham-related classic in its 60th Anniversary this year. Founded in 1958 by director Tony Woodfall films; Saturday Night Richardson, writer John Osborne and producer Harry Saltzman, the and Sunday Morning and The company pioneered the British new wave, defining an incendiary Loneliness of the Long Distance brand of social realism with a slate of iconic films such as Look Back Runner as part of a season celebrating Working Class in Anger and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. Today, many of these classics continue to influence and inspire filmmakers. Heroes.

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

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY PART ONE SAT 2 JUN - DATE SOLD OUT SAT 21 JUL - PLACES AVAILABLE 10AM - 4.30PM Leave auto-mode behind! Our Digital Photography workshop for beginners will reintroduce you to your camera and help you understand its functions and capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY Spend a week during the summer holidays making your own short film. As part of a small team you’ll work with industry professionals to develop your ideas and learn how to use professional film equipment. Whether you are a budding director, love to experiment with sound, film, composition, set design or lighting, you will have the chance to have a go at each role. To round off the week, there will be a free private screening on the morning of Saturday 18 August for your family and friends to come along and watch your film on the big screen! Cost: £250 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

TUE 15, 7.45PM

WED 9, 8.45PM

SKID ROW MARATHON (12A) Dir: Mark Hayes US 2017 98m + pre-film content

ENCOUNTERS: DEAF SHORTS SHOWCASE PROGRAMME (CERT TBC) 107m + PANEL

SUN 6, 1PM

MON 7, 1PM

TUE 8, 6PM

LOOK BACK IN ANGER (PG)

THE ENTERTAINER (PG)

A TASTE OF HONEY (12A)

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1958 97m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1960 108m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1961 100m

THU 17, 5.15PM (ALSO SILVER SCREENINGS AT 10.30AM & 1.30PM)

WONDERSTRUCK (PG)

Starring: Richard Burton, Claire Boom

Starring: Laurence Olivier, Brenda de Banzie

Starring: Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan

Dir: Todd Haynes US 2017 116m

Trumpeter Jimmy Porter is a disillusioned, educated bloke, raging against the Establishment. His downtrodden wife suffers the brunt of his tirades, but when he vents his anger by having an affair with her best friend it causes untold misery for everyone he knows. Tony Richardson’s feature debut is the epitome of the kitchen-sink drama that spawned a new genre of British social-protest films and heralded the liberated swinging sixties. BFI

Like Look Back in Anger, the second Woodfall production was adapted from a stage play written by John Osborne. The result, under Richardson’s taut direction, is a brilliantly caustic portrait of ageing music-hall veteran Archie Rice, played by Olivier in one of his finest screen performances, coming undone in a peeling seaside resort. BFI

Based on one of the most controversial plays of its time, A Taste of Honey features Rita Tushingham in her star-making debut role as a disaffected teenager finding her way amid the economic desperation of industrial Manchester. With its unapologetic identification with social outcasts and its sensitive, modern approach to matters of sexuality and race, Richardson’s classic is still a startling benchmark work of realism. Criterion

Starring: Millicent Simmonds, Julianne Moore

Based on Brian Selznick’s novel, this dazzlingly inventive drama runs on parallel tracks - following the fortunes of two deaf 12-year-olds: Ben, a lad in 1977 Michigan who loses his mother, and Rose, a girl in 1927 New Jersey obsessed with silent screen star Lillian Mayhew. Vancouver International Film Festival

These screenings will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 18, 5PM SAT 19, 1.30PM

TOM JONES (PG)

An emotional and uplifting documentary which follows the story of High Court Judge, Craig Mitchell as he coaches a long-distance running club from the Midnight Mission on Skid Row. Using the redemptive power of running and the camaraderie of the group, marathon training raises the spirits of Skid Row’s inhabitants and gives a sense of purpose to a group of people who are homeless, addicted or coming out of the prison system. The film will be preceded by an exclusive 10-minute film exploring the transformative powers of running.

TOM JONES

Global Beats present a seminal event - Roger Steffens and John Masouri - two of the world’s most acclaimed reggae writers in conversation for two hours of unique insights into the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers. This show includes rare and unreleased film and audio recordings of Marley plus anecdotes and insights drawn from the speakers own experiences and knowledge of Jamaica, its music and culture. Followed by reggae music in the Cafébar. See our website for details. SAT 12, 4.45PM

BLACK PANTHER (12A) + PANEL DISCUSSION Dir: Ryan Coogler US 2018 134m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1963 117m Starring: Albert Finney, Susannah York

With English Subtitles

Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture, this raucous and innovative adaptation of Henry Fielding’s classic novel is directed with a real sense of adventure. John Osborne captures the spirit of the novel in his sophisticated screenplay and Albert Finney gives a dashing centrepiece performance as the much sought-after Tom Jones, enjoying marvellous support from Joan Greenwood as Lady Bellaston. BFI

Dir: Naoko Yamada Japan 2016 130m

Shoko, a young deaf student, transfers to a new school where she is bullied by Shoya. While Shoya originally leads the class in bullying Shoko, the class soon turns on him for his lack of compassion. When they leave elementary school, Shoko and Shoya do not speak to each other again, but Shoya, tormented by his past behaviour, decides he must see Shoko once more to atone for his sins – but is it already too late? All tickets: £3.80

After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the isolated and technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. All tickets: £3.80 The screening will be followed by a panel discussion to explore afro-futurism, and the cultural and political themes presented in the film. Check our website for details. Hosted by Nubian Link. Nubian Link was established in 1995 and strives to develop and promote the educational, cultural and economic needs of the Afrikan community from an Afrikan-centred perspective.

TUE 22, 6.30PM

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

MY FRIEND DAHMER - PREVIEW (CERT TBC) + INTRODUCTION

LIVE BY SATELLITE

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ART

NT LIVE THU 10, 7PM

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 28, 3.30PM & 6PM

MACBETH (15) 210m

I, CLAUDE MONET (U) 90m

Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

I, Claude Monet is back by popular demand, revealing the heart and soul of arguably the world’s most loved artist. Told through Monet’s own words and shot on location at the very spots he painted, the film features his most loved paintings in an unforgettable, immersive art experience.

WED 16, 7PM

WRITING

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 107m Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

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

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

SUN 13, 12NOON

(12A) 160m

SAMSARA (12A) 102m Filmed over nearly five years in 25 countries on five continents, and shot on 70mm film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY BILL. THIS IS A BIKE FREE FILM.

The breathtakingly beautiful Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the Oscar-winning MGM film. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SUN 27, 3PM

MCKELLEN: PLAYING THE PART (CERT TBC) 150m SUN 20, 12NOON WED 23, 6.30PM

A CAMBODIAN SPRING + Q&A (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Christopher Kelly UK/Cambodia 2016 126m

Shot over six years, A Cambodian Spring is an intimate portrait of three people, two fearless women and a Buddhist monk, caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Charting the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’, the film is about the complexities – both political and personal – of fighting for what you believe in. We are pleased to welcome Venerable Luon Sovath for a special Q&A following this screening.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (PG) 94m Things take a complicated turn for nerdy florist Seymour when he realises the exotic plant he bought for his shop has a taste for human blood in this classic horror comedy with a killer soundtrack. 50 AND STILL GORGEOUS!

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SCREENING The screening is enhanced to suit the needs of people living with dementia. There will be an interval halfway through the film for free tea, coffee and biscuits to be served.

Playing the Part uncovers McKellen’s story, from his upbringing living through the war, working through repertory and West End theatre, coming out and being a leader in the campaign for equality, to his mainstream film breakouts. Hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live to cinemas nationwide from London’s BFI Southbank.

MON 21, 1.30PM

SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (U) 102m Tickets are £3.80, with a free place for an accompanying carer. For more information and to book wheelchair spaces, contact Adam Byrne on 0115 952 6611.

WED 2, 6.30PM

ROBERT WEBB IN CONVERSATION (UC) 60m + BOOK SIGNING Robert Webb will talk about his hilarious and heart-breaking memoir, “How Not To Be a Boy”, and sign copies afterwards. In the book he considers the absurd expectations boys and men have thrust upon them at every stage of life, while reflecting his own story – from schoolboy crushes (on girls and boys) to discovering the power of making people laugh (in the Cambridge Footlights with David Mitchell), and from losing his beloved mother to becoming a husband and father. Tickets: £5

FILM COURSES

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Come and try our informal but informative film courses where you can meet fellow film-lovers while learning lots of interesting stuff too! Book your place online or at our box office. For more information contact Caroline at c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk.

SPIRIT OF THE STRANGE: THE DARK HEART OF 70s CINEMA (90m)

NEW COURSE

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

An unsettling journey into the film world’s most off-kilter decade, deconstructing dystopian visions, dreamlike states and bleak, awkward narratives. Including The Stepford Wives, The Baby, Pink Flamingoes and loads more. Expect the scary, expect the apocalyptic, expect the paranoid but most of all expect the unexpected. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing TUE 8 MAY, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

1960s BRITISH CINEMA (120m)

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing WED 9 MAY, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

TALK CINEMA (90m) NEW COURSE

If you can remember the 1960s then you were obviously paying attention. If you can’t, and you need a refresher course, we’re spending ten weeks looking at the ways in which this tumultuous decade was depicted in British films. All you have you to do is turn up, tune in and don’t drop out. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing WED 9 MAY, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing THU 10 MAY, 7.30PM-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM – 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Tutor, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing MON 14 MAY, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) (No session on MON 28 MAY) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

MAY 2018

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CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

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FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD!

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OUR POPULAR FOOD AND FILM OFFER 10% OFF ALL MEALS AT ANY TIME ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

JUST PRESENT YOUR CINEMA TICKET AT THE BAR.

TRY OUR NEW MENU GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m)

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters.

NEW COURSE

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

FRI 11, 10PM

BOB MARLEY NIGHT Our special event on the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers, So Much Things To Say - The Life & Times Of Bob Marley’ With Roger Steffens & John Masouri, will be followed by reggae music in the cafébar. Please see our website for more details. SUN 27

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. From hippie haters to road-tripping drug dealers, subversive westerns to longhaired ‘Nam vets, the course will examine the socio-historical context for the wave of underground and mainstream American movies that represented the ‘don’t trust anyone over thirty’ generation. Clips and discussion will include Easy Rider, Medium Cool, Punishment Park, The Deer Hunter, Coming Home, and more. Keep the spirit of revolution going and finish the day with a screening of the Spring of ’68-set Redoubtable at 3.45PM free as part of the course. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

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DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL Dot To Dot’s ever eclectic line-up returns to our Cafébar with live acoustic music throughout the day. Check our website for more details.

QUIZZES

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

SO MUCH THINGS TO SAY THE LIFE & TIMES OF BOB MARLEY WITH ROGER STEFFENS & JOHN MASOURI

Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o

A SILENT VOICE (12A)

MAY 2018

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

FRI 11, 8.15PM

For further details visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/films_courses

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

Supported by Nottingham Together, Nottingham City Council

This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing. MY PURE LAND

SAT 9 JUN, 10AM-4.30PM Join director Sarmad Masud for our first filmmakers’ masterclass - Directing Drama for the Screen. This workshop is aimed at filmmakers with some previous experience, graduate media students or self-taught, wanting further professional development. This workshop will include: working with a script as a director, saying the right thing – the language of film sets, tips for working with crew and practical hands-on sessions working with professional actors. Places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment. Cost: £150 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Sarmad Masud Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Intermediate (See website for details)

Also see pages 1-3 for our regular monthly Access Screenings.

Presented at the 2017 edition of Encounters Festival, the films selected feature the representation of Deafness as part of a wider narrative. This programme features eight films, including the Oscar-winning The Silent Child. We are delighted to welcome the creative team behind The Silent Child, writer and actress Rachel Shenton and director Chris Overton, to introduce the screening. A panel discussion will follow this screening; see our website for details.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EMERGING FILMMAKERS DIRECTING DRAMA FOR THE SCREEN WITH SARMAD MASUD

09

MUSIC

SAT 19 & SUN 20 MAY, 10AM - 4.30PM EACH DAY If you’re inspired by film and always wanted to try your hand at filmmaking, then this two-day course is for you! Learn how to use professional equipment, and gain an understanding of the processes involved in digital film production. Working as part of a small group you’ll interpret a script, develop ideas, work with professional actors and shoot a scene. This practical workshop will give you an initial insight into the mechanics of filmmaking. No prior experience is required, just an interest and enthusiasm to learn more! Cost: £180/£160 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

SILENT VOICES A series of films to mark Deaf Awareness Week 2018.

MAY 2018

FOOD

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING PART ONE

08

TUE 8, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 29, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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


INSPIRING CREATIVITY

WOODFALL FILMS

07

A tribute to the ground-breaking British film company Woodfall Films, In September, we’ll present the Nottingham-related classic in its 60th Anniversary this year. Founded in 1958 by director Tony Woodfall films; Saturday Night Richardson, writer John Osborne and producer Harry Saltzman, the and Sunday Morning and The company pioneered the British new wave, defining an incendiary Loneliness of the Long Distance brand of social realism with a slate of iconic films such as Look Back Runner as part of a season celebrating Working Class in Anger and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. Today, many of these classics continue to influence and inspire filmmakers. Heroes.

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

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY PART ONE SAT 2 JUN - DATE SOLD OUT SAT 21 JUL - PLACES AVAILABLE 10AM - 4.30PM Leave auto-mode behind! Our Digital Photography workshop for beginners will reintroduce you to your camera and help you understand its functions and capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY Spend a week during the summer holidays making your own short film. As part of a small team you’ll work with industry professionals to develop your ideas and learn how to use professional film equipment. Whether you are a budding director, love to experiment with sound, film, composition, set design or lighting, you will have the chance to have a go at each role. To round off the week, there will be a free private screening on the morning of Saturday 18 August for your family and friends to come along and watch your film on the big screen! Cost: £250 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

TUE 15, 7.45PM

WED 9, 8.45PM

SKID ROW MARATHON (12A) Dir: Mark Hayes US 2017 98m + pre-film content

ENCOUNTERS: DEAF SHORTS SHOWCASE PROGRAMME (CERT TBC) 107m + PANEL

SUN 6, 1PM

MON 7, 1PM

TUE 8, 6PM

LOOK BACK IN ANGER (PG)

THE ENTERTAINER (PG)

A TASTE OF HONEY (12A)

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1958 97m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1960 108m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1961 100m

THU 17, 5.15PM (ALSO SILVER SCREENINGS AT 10.30AM & 1.30PM)

WONDERSTRUCK (PG)

Starring: Richard Burton, Claire Boom

Starring: Laurence Olivier, Brenda de Banzie

Starring: Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan

Dir: Todd Haynes US 2017 116m

Trumpeter Jimmy Porter is a disillusioned, educated bloke, raging against the Establishment. His downtrodden wife suffers the brunt of his tirades, but when he vents his anger by having an affair with her best friend it causes untold misery for everyone he knows. Tony Richardson’s feature debut is the epitome of the kitchen-sink drama that spawned a new genre of British social-protest films and heralded the liberated swinging sixties. BFI

Like Look Back in Anger, the second Woodfall production was adapted from a stage play written by John Osborne. The result, under Richardson’s taut direction, is a brilliantly caustic portrait of ageing music-hall veteran Archie Rice, played by Olivier in one of his finest screen performances, coming undone in a peeling seaside resort. BFI

Based on one of the most controversial plays of its time, A Taste of Honey features Rita Tushingham in her star-making debut role as a disaffected teenager finding her way amid the economic desperation of industrial Manchester. With its unapologetic identification with social outcasts and its sensitive, modern approach to matters of sexuality and race, Richardson’s classic is still a startling benchmark work of realism. Criterion

Starring: Millicent Simmonds, Julianne Moore

Based on Brian Selznick’s novel, this dazzlingly inventive drama runs on parallel tracks - following the fortunes of two deaf 12-year-olds: Ben, a lad in 1977 Michigan who loses his mother, and Rose, a girl in 1927 New Jersey obsessed with silent screen star Lillian Mayhew. Vancouver International Film Festival

These screenings will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 18, 5PM SAT 19, 1.30PM

TOM JONES (PG)

An emotional and uplifting documentary which follows the story of High Court Judge, Craig Mitchell as he coaches a long-distance running club from the Midnight Mission on Skid Row. Using the redemptive power of running and the camaraderie of the group, marathon training raises the spirits of Skid Row’s inhabitants and gives a sense of purpose to a group of people who are homeless, addicted or coming out of the prison system. The film will be preceded by an exclusive 10-minute film exploring the transformative powers of running.

TOM JONES

Global Beats present a seminal event - Roger Steffens and John Masouri - two of the world’s most acclaimed reggae writers in conversation for two hours of unique insights into the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers. This show includes rare and unreleased film and audio recordings of Marley plus anecdotes and insights drawn from the speakers own experiences and knowledge of Jamaica, its music and culture. Followed by reggae music in the Cafébar. See our website for details. SAT 12, 4.45PM

BLACK PANTHER (12A) + PANEL DISCUSSION Dir: Ryan Coogler US 2018 134m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1963 117m Starring: Albert Finney, Susannah York

With English Subtitles

Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture, this raucous and innovative adaptation of Henry Fielding’s classic novel is directed with a real sense of adventure. John Osborne captures the spirit of the novel in his sophisticated screenplay and Albert Finney gives a dashing centrepiece performance as the much sought-after Tom Jones, enjoying marvellous support from Joan Greenwood as Lady Bellaston. BFI

Dir: Naoko Yamada Japan 2016 130m

Shoko, a young deaf student, transfers to a new school where she is bullied by Shoya. While Shoya originally leads the class in bullying Shoko, the class soon turns on him for his lack of compassion. When they leave elementary school, Shoko and Shoya do not speak to each other again, but Shoya, tormented by his past behaviour, decides he must see Shoko once more to atone for his sins – but is it already too late? All tickets: £3.80

After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the isolated and technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. All tickets: £3.80 The screening will be followed by a panel discussion to explore afro-futurism, and the cultural and political themes presented in the film. Check our website for details. Hosted by Nubian Link. Nubian Link was established in 1995 and strives to develop and promote the educational, cultural and economic needs of the Afrikan community from an Afrikan-centred perspective.

TUE 22, 6.30PM

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

MY FRIEND DAHMER - PREVIEW (CERT TBC) + INTRODUCTION

LIVE BY SATELLITE

10

MAY 2018

11

ART

NT LIVE THU 10, 7PM

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 28, 3.30PM & 6PM

MACBETH (15) 210m

I, CLAUDE MONET (U) 90m

Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

I, Claude Monet is back by popular demand, revealing the heart and soul of arguably the world’s most loved artist. Told through Monet’s own words and shot on location at the very spots he painted, the film features his most loved paintings in an unforgettable, immersive art experience.

WED 16, 7PM

WRITING

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 107m Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

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

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

SUN 13, 12NOON

(12A) 160m

SAMSARA (12A) 102m Filmed over nearly five years in 25 countries on five continents, and shot on 70mm film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY BILL. THIS IS A BIKE FREE FILM.

The breathtakingly beautiful Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the Oscar-winning MGM film. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SUN 27, 3PM

MCKELLEN: PLAYING THE PART (CERT TBC) 150m SUN 20, 12NOON WED 23, 6.30PM

A CAMBODIAN SPRING + Q&A (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Christopher Kelly UK/Cambodia 2016 126m

Shot over six years, A Cambodian Spring is an intimate portrait of three people, two fearless women and a Buddhist monk, caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Charting the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’, the film is about the complexities – both political and personal – of fighting for what you believe in. We are pleased to welcome Venerable Luon Sovath for a special Q&A following this screening.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (PG) 94m Things take a complicated turn for nerdy florist Seymour when he realises the exotic plant he bought for his shop has a taste for human blood in this classic horror comedy with a killer soundtrack. 50 AND STILL GORGEOUS!

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SCREENING The screening is enhanced to suit the needs of people living with dementia. There will be an interval halfway through the film for free tea, coffee and biscuits to be served.

Playing the Part uncovers McKellen’s story, from his upbringing living through the war, working through repertory and West End theatre, coming out and being a leader in the campaign for equality, to his mainstream film breakouts. Hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live to cinemas nationwide from London’s BFI Southbank.

MON 21, 1.30PM

SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (U) 102m Tickets are £3.80, with a free place for an accompanying carer. For more information and to book wheelchair spaces, contact Adam Byrne on 0115 952 6611.

WED 2, 6.30PM

ROBERT WEBB IN CONVERSATION (UC) 60m + BOOK SIGNING Robert Webb will talk about his hilarious and heart-breaking memoir, “How Not To Be a Boy”, and sign copies afterwards. In the book he considers the absurd expectations boys and men have thrust upon them at every stage of life, while reflecting his own story – from schoolboy crushes (on girls and boys) to discovering the power of making people laugh (in the Cambridge Footlights with David Mitchell), and from losing his beloved mother to becoming a husband and father. Tickets: £5

FILM COURSES

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Come and try our informal but informative film courses where you can meet fellow film-lovers while learning lots of interesting stuff too! Book your place online or at our box office. For more information contact Caroline at c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk.

SPIRIT OF THE STRANGE: THE DARK HEART OF 70s CINEMA (90m)

NEW COURSE

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

An unsettling journey into the film world’s most off-kilter decade, deconstructing dystopian visions, dreamlike states and bleak, awkward narratives. Including The Stepford Wives, The Baby, Pink Flamingoes and loads more. Expect the scary, expect the apocalyptic, expect the paranoid but most of all expect the unexpected. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing TUE 8 MAY, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

1960s BRITISH CINEMA (120m)

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing WED 9 MAY, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

TALK CINEMA (90m) NEW COURSE

If you can remember the 1960s then you were obviously paying attention. If you can’t, and you need a refresher course, we’re spending ten weeks looking at the ways in which this tumultuous decade was depicted in British films. All you have you to do is turn up, tune in and don’t drop out. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing WED 9 MAY, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing THU 10 MAY, 7.30PM-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM – 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Tutor, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing MON 14 MAY, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) (No session on MON 28 MAY) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

MAY 2018

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

MEMBERS GET

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FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

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JUST PRESENT YOUR CINEMA TICKET AT THE BAR.

TRY OUR NEW MENU GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m)

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters.

NEW COURSE

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

FRI 11, 10PM

BOB MARLEY NIGHT Our special event on the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers, So Much Things To Say - The Life & Times Of Bob Marley’ With Roger Steffens & John Masouri, will be followed by reggae music in the cafébar. Please see our website for more details. SUN 27

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. From hippie haters to road-tripping drug dealers, subversive westerns to longhaired ‘Nam vets, the course will examine the socio-historical context for the wave of underground and mainstream American movies that represented the ‘don’t trust anyone over thirty’ generation. Clips and discussion will include Easy Rider, Medium Cool, Punishment Park, The Deer Hunter, Coming Home, and more. Keep the spirit of revolution going and finish the day with a screening of the Spring of ’68-set Redoubtable at 3.45PM free as part of the course. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

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DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL Dot To Dot’s ever eclectic line-up returns to our Cafébar with live acoustic music throughout the day. Check our website for more details.

QUIZZES

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

SO MUCH THINGS TO SAY THE LIFE & TIMES OF BOB MARLEY WITH ROGER STEFFENS & JOHN MASOURI

Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o

A SILENT VOICE (12A)

MAY 2018

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

FRI 11, 8.15PM

For further details visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/films_courses

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

Supported by Nottingham Together, Nottingham City Council

This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing. MY PURE LAND

SAT 9 JUN, 10AM-4.30PM Join director Sarmad Masud for our first filmmakers’ masterclass - Directing Drama for the Screen. This workshop is aimed at filmmakers with some previous experience, graduate media students or self-taught, wanting further professional development. This workshop will include: working with a script as a director, saying the right thing – the language of film sets, tips for working with crew and practical hands-on sessions working with professional actors. Places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment. Cost: £150 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Sarmad Masud Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Intermediate (See website for details)

Also see pages 1-3 for our regular monthly Access Screenings.

Presented at the 2017 edition of Encounters Festival, the films selected feature the representation of Deafness as part of a wider narrative. This programme features eight films, including the Oscar-winning The Silent Child. We are delighted to welcome the creative team behind The Silent Child, writer and actress Rachel Shenton and director Chris Overton, to introduce the screening. A panel discussion will follow this screening; see our website for details.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EMERGING FILMMAKERS DIRECTING DRAMA FOR THE SCREEN WITH SARMAD MASUD

09

MUSIC

SAT 19 & SUN 20 MAY, 10AM - 4.30PM EACH DAY If you’re inspired by film and always wanted to try your hand at filmmaking, then this two-day course is for you! Learn how to use professional equipment, and gain an understanding of the processes involved in digital film production. Working as part of a small group you’ll interpret a script, develop ideas, work with professional actors and shoot a scene. This practical workshop will give you an initial insight into the mechanics of filmmaking. No prior experience is required, just an interest and enthusiasm to learn more! Cost: £180/£160 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

SILENT VOICES A series of films to mark Deaf Awareness Week 2018.

MAY 2018

FOOD

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING PART ONE

08

TUE 8, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 29, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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


INSPIRING CREATIVITY

WOODFALL FILMS

07

A tribute to the ground-breaking British film company Woodfall Films, In September, we’ll present the Nottingham-related classic in its 60th Anniversary this year. Founded in 1958 by director Tony Woodfall films; Saturday Night Richardson, writer John Osborne and producer Harry Saltzman, the and Sunday Morning and The company pioneered the British new wave, defining an incendiary Loneliness of the Long Distance brand of social realism with a slate of iconic films such as Look Back Runner as part of a season celebrating Working Class in Anger and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. Today, many of these classics continue to influence and inspire filmmakers. Heroes.

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

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY PART ONE SAT 2 JUN - DATE SOLD OUT SAT 21 JUL - PLACES AVAILABLE 10AM - 4.30PM Leave auto-mode behind! Our Digital Photography workshop for beginners will reintroduce you to your camera and help you understand its functions and capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY Spend a week during the summer holidays making your own short film. As part of a small team you’ll work with industry professionals to develop your ideas and learn how to use professional film equipment. Whether you are a budding director, love to experiment with sound, film, composition, set design or lighting, you will have the chance to have a go at each role. To round off the week, there will be a free private screening on the morning of Saturday 18 August for your family and friends to come along and watch your film on the big screen! Cost: £250 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

TUE 15, 7.45PM

WED 9, 8.45PM

SKID ROW MARATHON (12A) Dir: Mark Hayes US 2017 98m + pre-film content

ENCOUNTERS: DEAF SHORTS SHOWCASE PROGRAMME (CERT TBC) 107m + PANEL

SUN 6, 1PM

MON 7, 1PM

TUE 8, 6PM

LOOK BACK IN ANGER (PG)

THE ENTERTAINER (PG)

A TASTE OF HONEY (12A)

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1958 97m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1960 108m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1961 100m

THU 17, 5.15PM (ALSO SILVER SCREENINGS AT 10.30AM & 1.30PM)

WONDERSTRUCK (PG)

Starring: Richard Burton, Claire Boom

Starring: Laurence Olivier, Brenda de Banzie

Starring: Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan

Dir: Todd Haynes US 2017 116m

Trumpeter Jimmy Porter is a disillusioned, educated bloke, raging against the Establishment. His downtrodden wife suffers the brunt of his tirades, but when he vents his anger by having an affair with her best friend it causes untold misery for everyone he knows. Tony Richardson’s feature debut is the epitome of the kitchen-sink drama that spawned a new genre of British social-protest films and heralded the liberated swinging sixties. BFI

Like Look Back in Anger, the second Woodfall production was adapted from a stage play written by John Osborne. The result, under Richardson’s taut direction, is a brilliantly caustic portrait of ageing music-hall veteran Archie Rice, played by Olivier in one of his finest screen performances, coming undone in a peeling seaside resort. BFI

Based on one of the most controversial plays of its time, A Taste of Honey features Rita Tushingham in her star-making debut role as a disaffected teenager finding her way amid the economic desperation of industrial Manchester. With its unapologetic identification with social outcasts and its sensitive, modern approach to matters of sexuality and race, Richardson’s classic is still a startling benchmark work of realism. Criterion

Starring: Millicent Simmonds, Julianne Moore

Based on Brian Selznick’s novel, this dazzlingly inventive drama runs on parallel tracks - following the fortunes of two deaf 12-year-olds: Ben, a lad in 1977 Michigan who loses his mother, and Rose, a girl in 1927 New Jersey obsessed with silent screen star Lillian Mayhew. Vancouver International Film Festival

These screenings will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 18, 5PM SAT 19, 1.30PM

TOM JONES (PG)

An emotional and uplifting documentary which follows the story of High Court Judge, Craig Mitchell as he coaches a long-distance running club from the Midnight Mission on Skid Row. Using the redemptive power of running and the camaraderie of the group, marathon training raises the spirits of Skid Row’s inhabitants and gives a sense of purpose to a group of people who are homeless, addicted or coming out of the prison system. The film will be preceded by an exclusive 10-minute film exploring the transformative powers of running.

TOM JONES

Global Beats present a seminal event - Roger Steffens and John Masouri - two of the world’s most acclaimed reggae writers in conversation for two hours of unique insights into the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers. This show includes rare and unreleased film and audio recordings of Marley plus anecdotes and insights drawn from the speakers own experiences and knowledge of Jamaica, its music and culture. Followed by reggae music in the Cafébar. See our website for details. SAT 12, 4.45PM

BLACK PANTHER (12A) + PANEL DISCUSSION Dir: Ryan Coogler US 2018 134m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1963 117m Starring: Albert Finney, Susannah York

With English Subtitles

Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture, this raucous and innovative adaptation of Henry Fielding’s classic novel is directed with a real sense of adventure. John Osborne captures the spirit of the novel in his sophisticated screenplay and Albert Finney gives a dashing centrepiece performance as the much sought-after Tom Jones, enjoying marvellous support from Joan Greenwood as Lady Bellaston. BFI

Dir: Naoko Yamada Japan 2016 130m

Shoko, a young deaf student, transfers to a new school where she is bullied by Shoya. While Shoya originally leads the class in bullying Shoko, the class soon turns on him for his lack of compassion. When they leave elementary school, Shoko and Shoya do not speak to each other again, but Shoya, tormented by his past behaviour, decides he must see Shoko once more to atone for his sins – but is it already too late? All tickets: £3.80

After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the isolated and technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. All tickets: £3.80 The screening will be followed by a panel discussion to explore afro-futurism, and the cultural and political themes presented in the film. Check our website for details. Hosted by Nubian Link. Nubian Link was established in 1995 and strives to develop and promote the educational, cultural and economic needs of the Afrikan community from an Afrikan-centred perspective.

TUE 22, 6.30PM

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

MY FRIEND DAHMER - PREVIEW (CERT TBC) + INTRODUCTION

LIVE BY SATELLITE

10

MAY 2018

11

ART

NT LIVE THU 10, 7PM

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 28, 3.30PM & 6PM

MACBETH (15) 210m

I, CLAUDE MONET (U) 90m

Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

I, Claude Monet is back by popular demand, revealing the heart and soul of arguably the world’s most loved artist. Told through Monet’s own words and shot on location at the very spots he painted, the film features his most loved paintings in an unforgettable, immersive art experience.

WED 16, 7PM

WRITING

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 107m Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

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

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

SUN 13, 12NOON

(12A) 160m

SAMSARA (12A) 102m Filmed over nearly five years in 25 countries on five continents, and shot on 70mm film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY BILL. THIS IS A BIKE FREE FILM.

The breathtakingly beautiful Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the Oscar-winning MGM film. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SUN 27, 3PM

MCKELLEN: PLAYING THE PART (CERT TBC) 150m SUN 20, 12NOON WED 23, 6.30PM

A CAMBODIAN SPRING + Q&A (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Christopher Kelly UK/Cambodia 2016 126m

Shot over six years, A Cambodian Spring is an intimate portrait of three people, two fearless women and a Buddhist monk, caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Charting the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’, the film is about the complexities – both political and personal – of fighting for what you believe in. We are pleased to welcome Venerable Luon Sovath for a special Q&A following this screening.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (PG) 94m Things take a complicated turn for nerdy florist Seymour when he realises the exotic plant he bought for his shop has a taste for human blood in this classic horror comedy with a killer soundtrack. 50 AND STILL GORGEOUS!

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SCREENING The screening is enhanced to suit the needs of people living with dementia. There will be an interval halfway through the film for free tea, coffee and biscuits to be served.

Playing the Part uncovers McKellen’s story, from his upbringing living through the war, working through repertory and West End theatre, coming out and being a leader in the campaign for equality, to his mainstream film breakouts. Hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live to cinemas nationwide from London’s BFI Southbank.

MON 21, 1.30PM

SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (U) 102m Tickets are £3.80, with a free place for an accompanying carer. For more information and to book wheelchair spaces, contact Adam Byrne on 0115 952 6611.

WED 2, 6.30PM

ROBERT WEBB IN CONVERSATION (UC) 60m + BOOK SIGNING Robert Webb will talk about his hilarious and heart-breaking memoir, “How Not To Be a Boy”, and sign copies afterwards. In the book he considers the absurd expectations boys and men have thrust upon them at every stage of life, while reflecting his own story – from schoolboy crushes (on girls and boys) to discovering the power of making people laugh (in the Cambridge Footlights with David Mitchell), and from losing his beloved mother to becoming a husband and father. Tickets: £5

FILM COURSES

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Come and try our informal but informative film courses where you can meet fellow film-lovers while learning lots of interesting stuff too! Book your place online or at our box office. For more information contact Caroline at c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk.

SPIRIT OF THE STRANGE: THE DARK HEART OF 70s CINEMA (90m)

NEW COURSE

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

An unsettling journey into the film world’s most off-kilter decade, deconstructing dystopian visions, dreamlike states and bleak, awkward narratives. Including The Stepford Wives, The Baby, Pink Flamingoes and loads more. Expect the scary, expect the apocalyptic, expect the paranoid but most of all expect the unexpected. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing TUE 8 MAY, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

1960s BRITISH CINEMA (120m)

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing WED 9 MAY, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

TALK CINEMA (90m) NEW COURSE

If you can remember the 1960s then you were obviously paying attention. If you can’t, and you need a refresher course, we’re spending ten weeks looking at the ways in which this tumultuous decade was depicted in British films. All you have you to do is turn up, tune in and don’t drop out. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing WED 9 MAY, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing THU 10 MAY, 7.30PM-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM – 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Tutor, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing MON 14 MAY, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) (No session on MON 28 MAY) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

MAY 2018

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

MEMBERS GET

20%OFF

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

FOOD!

Ask at box office for details. FREE

OUR POPULAR FOOD AND FILM OFFER 10% OFF ALL MEALS AT ANY TIME ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

JUST PRESENT YOUR CINEMA TICKET AT THE BAR.

TRY OUR NEW MENU GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m)

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters.

NEW COURSE

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

FRI 11, 10PM

BOB MARLEY NIGHT Our special event on the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers, So Much Things To Say - The Life & Times Of Bob Marley’ With Roger Steffens & John Masouri, will be followed by reggae music in the cafébar. Please see our website for more details. SUN 27

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. From hippie haters to road-tripping drug dealers, subversive westerns to longhaired ‘Nam vets, the course will examine the socio-historical context for the wave of underground and mainstream American movies that represented the ‘don’t trust anyone over thirty’ generation. Clips and discussion will include Easy Rider, Medium Cool, Punishment Park, The Deer Hunter, Coming Home, and more. Keep the spirit of revolution going and finish the day with a screening of the Spring of ’68-set Redoubtable at 3.45PM free as part of the course. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

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DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL Dot To Dot’s ever eclectic line-up returns to our Cafébar with live acoustic music throughout the day. Check our website for more details.

QUIZZES

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

SO MUCH THINGS TO SAY THE LIFE & TIMES OF BOB MARLEY WITH ROGER STEFFENS & JOHN MASOURI

Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o

A SILENT VOICE (12A)

MAY 2018

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

FRI 11, 8.15PM

For further details visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/films_courses

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

Supported by Nottingham Together, Nottingham City Council

This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing. MY PURE LAND

SAT 9 JUN, 10AM-4.30PM Join director Sarmad Masud for our first filmmakers’ masterclass - Directing Drama for the Screen. This workshop is aimed at filmmakers with some previous experience, graduate media students or self-taught, wanting further professional development. This workshop will include: working with a script as a director, saying the right thing – the language of film sets, tips for working with crew and practical hands-on sessions working with professional actors. Places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment. Cost: £150 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Sarmad Masud Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Intermediate (See website for details)

Also see pages 1-3 for our regular monthly Access Screenings.

Presented at the 2017 edition of Encounters Festival, the films selected feature the representation of Deafness as part of a wider narrative. This programme features eight films, including the Oscar-winning The Silent Child. We are delighted to welcome the creative team behind The Silent Child, writer and actress Rachel Shenton and director Chris Overton, to introduce the screening. A panel discussion will follow this screening; see our website for details.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EMERGING FILMMAKERS DIRECTING DRAMA FOR THE SCREEN WITH SARMAD MASUD

09

MUSIC

SAT 19 & SUN 20 MAY, 10AM - 4.30PM EACH DAY If you’re inspired by film and always wanted to try your hand at filmmaking, then this two-day course is for you! Learn how to use professional equipment, and gain an understanding of the processes involved in digital film production. Working as part of a small group you’ll interpret a script, develop ideas, work with professional actors and shoot a scene. This practical workshop will give you an initial insight into the mechanics of filmmaking. No prior experience is required, just an interest and enthusiasm to learn more! Cost: £180/£160 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

SILENT VOICES A series of films to mark Deaf Awareness Week 2018.

MAY 2018

FOOD

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING PART ONE

08

TUE 8, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 29, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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


INSPIRING CREATIVITY

WOODFALL FILMS

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A tribute to the ground-breaking British film company Woodfall Films, In September, we’ll present the Nottingham-related classic in its 60th Anniversary this year. Founded in 1958 by director Tony Woodfall films; Saturday Night Richardson, writer John Osborne and producer Harry Saltzman, the and Sunday Morning and The company pioneered the British new wave, defining an incendiary Loneliness of the Long Distance brand of social realism with a slate of iconic films such as Look Back Runner as part of a season celebrating Working Class in Anger and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. Today, many of these classics continue to influence and inspire filmmakers. Heroes.

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

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY PART ONE SAT 2 JUN - DATE SOLD OUT SAT 21 JUL - PLACES AVAILABLE 10AM - 4.30PM Leave auto-mode behind! Our Digital Photography workshop for beginners will reintroduce you to your camera and help you understand its functions and capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY Spend a week during the summer holidays making your own short film. As part of a small team you’ll work with industry professionals to develop your ideas and learn how to use professional film equipment. Whether you are a budding director, love to experiment with sound, film, composition, set design or lighting, you will have the chance to have a go at each role. To round off the week, there will be a free private screening on the morning of Saturday 18 August for your family and friends to come along and watch your film on the big screen! Cost: £250 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

TUE 15, 7.45PM

WED 9, 8.45PM

SKID ROW MARATHON (12A) Dir: Mark Hayes US 2017 98m + pre-film content

ENCOUNTERS: DEAF SHORTS SHOWCASE PROGRAMME (CERT TBC) 107m + PANEL

SUN 6, 1PM

MON 7, 1PM

TUE 8, 6PM

LOOK BACK IN ANGER (PG)

THE ENTERTAINER (PG)

A TASTE OF HONEY (12A)

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1958 97m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1960 108m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1961 100m

THU 17, 5.15PM (ALSO SILVER SCREENINGS AT 10.30AM & 1.30PM)

WONDERSTRUCK (PG)

Starring: Richard Burton, Claire Boom

Starring: Laurence Olivier, Brenda de Banzie

Starring: Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan

Dir: Todd Haynes US 2017 116m

Trumpeter Jimmy Porter is a disillusioned, educated bloke, raging against the Establishment. His downtrodden wife suffers the brunt of his tirades, but when he vents his anger by having an affair with her best friend it causes untold misery for everyone he knows. Tony Richardson’s feature debut is the epitome of the kitchen-sink drama that spawned a new genre of British social-protest films and heralded the liberated swinging sixties. BFI

Like Look Back in Anger, the second Woodfall production was adapted from a stage play written by John Osborne. The result, under Richardson’s taut direction, is a brilliantly caustic portrait of ageing music-hall veteran Archie Rice, played by Olivier in one of his finest screen performances, coming undone in a peeling seaside resort. BFI

Based on one of the most controversial plays of its time, A Taste of Honey features Rita Tushingham in her star-making debut role as a disaffected teenager finding her way amid the economic desperation of industrial Manchester. With its unapologetic identification with social outcasts and its sensitive, modern approach to matters of sexuality and race, Richardson’s classic is still a startling benchmark work of realism. Criterion

Starring: Millicent Simmonds, Julianne Moore

Based on Brian Selznick’s novel, this dazzlingly inventive drama runs on parallel tracks - following the fortunes of two deaf 12-year-olds: Ben, a lad in 1977 Michigan who loses his mother, and Rose, a girl in 1927 New Jersey obsessed with silent screen star Lillian Mayhew. Vancouver International Film Festival

These screenings will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 18, 5PM SAT 19, 1.30PM

TOM JONES (PG)

An emotional and uplifting documentary which follows the story of High Court Judge, Craig Mitchell as he coaches a long-distance running club from the Midnight Mission on Skid Row. Using the redemptive power of running and the camaraderie of the group, marathon training raises the spirits of Skid Row’s inhabitants and gives a sense of purpose to a group of people who are homeless, addicted or coming out of the prison system. The film will be preceded by an exclusive 10-minute film exploring the transformative powers of running.

TOM JONES

Global Beats present a seminal event - Roger Steffens and John Masouri - two of the world’s most acclaimed reggae writers in conversation for two hours of unique insights into the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers. This show includes rare and unreleased film and audio recordings of Marley plus anecdotes and insights drawn from the speakers own experiences and knowledge of Jamaica, its music and culture. Followed by reggae music in the Cafébar. See our website for details. SAT 12, 4.45PM

BLACK PANTHER (12A) + PANEL DISCUSSION Dir: Ryan Coogler US 2018 134m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1963 117m Starring: Albert Finney, Susannah York

With English Subtitles

Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture, this raucous and innovative adaptation of Henry Fielding’s classic novel is directed with a real sense of adventure. John Osborne captures the spirit of the novel in his sophisticated screenplay and Albert Finney gives a dashing centrepiece performance as the much sought-after Tom Jones, enjoying marvellous support from Joan Greenwood as Lady Bellaston. BFI

Dir: Naoko Yamada Japan 2016 130m

Shoko, a young deaf student, transfers to a new school where she is bullied by Shoya. While Shoya originally leads the class in bullying Shoko, the class soon turns on him for his lack of compassion. When they leave elementary school, Shoko and Shoya do not speak to each other again, but Shoya, tormented by his past behaviour, decides he must see Shoko once more to atone for his sins – but is it already too late? All tickets: £3.80

After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the isolated and technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. All tickets: £3.80 The screening will be followed by a panel discussion to explore afro-futurism, and the cultural and political themes presented in the film. Check our website for details. Hosted by Nubian Link. Nubian Link was established in 1995 and strives to develop and promote the educational, cultural and economic needs of the Afrikan community from an Afrikan-centred perspective.

TUE 22, 6.30PM

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

MY FRIEND DAHMER - PREVIEW (CERT TBC) + INTRODUCTION

LIVE BY SATELLITE

10

MAY 2018

11

ART

NT LIVE THU 10, 7PM

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 28, 3.30PM & 6PM

MACBETH (15) 210m

I, CLAUDE MONET (U) 90m

Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

I, Claude Monet is back by popular demand, revealing the heart and soul of arguably the world’s most loved artist. Told through Monet’s own words and shot on location at the very spots he painted, the film features his most loved paintings in an unforgettable, immersive art experience.

WED 16, 7PM

WRITING

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 107m Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

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

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

SUN 13, 12NOON

(12A) 160m

SAMSARA (12A) 102m Filmed over nearly five years in 25 countries on five continents, and shot on 70mm film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY BILL. THIS IS A BIKE FREE FILM.

The breathtakingly beautiful Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the Oscar-winning MGM film. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SUN 27, 3PM

MCKELLEN: PLAYING THE PART (CERT TBC) 150m SUN 20, 12NOON WED 23, 6.30PM

A CAMBODIAN SPRING + Q&A (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Christopher Kelly UK/Cambodia 2016 126m

Shot over six years, A Cambodian Spring is an intimate portrait of three people, two fearless women and a Buddhist monk, caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Charting the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’, the film is about the complexities – both political and personal – of fighting for what you believe in. We are pleased to welcome Venerable Luon Sovath for a special Q&A following this screening.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (PG) 94m Things take a complicated turn for nerdy florist Seymour when he realises the exotic plant he bought for his shop has a taste for human blood in this classic horror comedy with a killer soundtrack. 50 AND STILL GORGEOUS!

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SCREENING The screening is enhanced to suit the needs of people living with dementia. There will be an interval halfway through the film for free tea, coffee and biscuits to be served.

Playing the Part uncovers McKellen’s story, from his upbringing living through the war, working through repertory and West End theatre, coming out and being a leader in the campaign for equality, to his mainstream film breakouts. Hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live to cinemas nationwide from London’s BFI Southbank.

MON 21, 1.30PM

SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (U) 102m Tickets are £3.80, with a free place for an accompanying carer. For more information and to book wheelchair spaces, contact Adam Byrne on 0115 952 6611.

WED 2, 6.30PM

ROBERT WEBB IN CONVERSATION (UC) 60m + BOOK SIGNING Robert Webb will talk about his hilarious and heart-breaking memoir, “How Not To Be a Boy”, and sign copies afterwards. In the book he considers the absurd expectations boys and men have thrust upon them at every stage of life, while reflecting his own story – from schoolboy crushes (on girls and boys) to discovering the power of making people laugh (in the Cambridge Footlights with David Mitchell), and from losing his beloved mother to becoming a husband and father. Tickets: £5

FILM COURSES

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Come and try our informal but informative film courses where you can meet fellow film-lovers while learning lots of interesting stuff too! Book your place online or at our box office. For more information contact Caroline at c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk.

SPIRIT OF THE STRANGE: THE DARK HEART OF 70s CINEMA (90m)

NEW COURSE

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

An unsettling journey into the film world’s most off-kilter decade, deconstructing dystopian visions, dreamlike states and bleak, awkward narratives. Including The Stepford Wives, The Baby, Pink Flamingoes and loads more. Expect the scary, expect the apocalyptic, expect the paranoid but most of all expect the unexpected. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing TUE 8 MAY, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

1960s BRITISH CINEMA (120m)

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing WED 9 MAY, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

TALK CINEMA (90m) NEW COURSE

If you can remember the 1960s then you were obviously paying attention. If you can’t, and you need a refresher course, we’re spending ten weeks looking at the ways in which this tumultuous decade was depicted in British films. All you have you to do is turn up, tune in and don’t drop out. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing WED 9 MAY, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing THU 10 MAY, 7.30PM-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM – 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Tutor, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing MON 14 MAY, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) (No session on MON 28 MAY) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

MAY 2018

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TRY OUR NEW MENU GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m)

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NEW COURSE

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

FRI 11, 10PM

BOB MARLEY NIGHT Our special event on the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers, So Much Things To Say - The Life & Times Of Bob Marley’ With Roger Steffens & John Masouri, will be followed by reggae music in the cafébar. Please see our website for more details. SUN 27

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. From hippie haters to road-tripping drug dealers, subversive westerns to longhaired ‘Nam vets, the course will examine the socio-historical context for the wave of underground and mainstream American movies that represented the ‘don’t trust anyone over thirty’ generation. Clips and discussion will include Easy Rider, Medium Cool, Punishment Park, The Deer Hunter, Coming Home, and more. Keep the spirit of revolution going and finish the day with a screening of the Spring of ’68-set Redoubtable at 3.45PM free as part of the course. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

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DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL Dot To Dot’s ever eclectic line-up returns to our Cafébar with live acoustic music throughout the day. Check our website for more details.

QUIZZES

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

SO MUCH THINGS TO SAY THE LIFE & TIMES OF BOB MARLEY WITH ROGER STEFFENS & JOHN MASOURI

Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o

A SILENT VOICE (12A)

MAY 2018

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

FRI 11, 8.15PM

For further details visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/films_courses

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

Supported by Nottingham Together, Nottingham City Council

This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing. MY PURE LAND

SAT 9 JUN, 10AM-4.30PM Join director Sarmad Masud for our first filmmakers’ masterclass - Directing Drama for the Screen. This workshop is aimed at filmmakers with some previous experience, graduate media students or self-taught, wanting further professional development. This workshop will include: working with a script as a director, saying the right thing – the language of film sets, tips for working with crew and practical hands-on sessions working with professional actors. Places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment. Cost: £150 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Sarmad Masud Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Intermediate (See website for details)

Also see pages 1-3 for our regular monthly Access Screenings.

Presented at the 2017 edition of Encounters Festival, the films selected feature the representation of Deafness as part of a wider narrative. This programme features eight films, including the Oscar-winning The Silent Child. We are delighted to welcome the creative team behind The Silent Child, writer and actress Rachel Shenton and director Chris Overton, to introduce the screening. A panel discussion will follow this screening; see our website for details.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EMERGING FILMMAKERS DIRECTING DRAMA FOR THE SCREEN WITH SARMAD MASUD

09

MUSIC

SAT 19 & SUN 20 MAY, 10AM - 4.30PM EACH DAY If you’re inspired by film and always wanted to try your hand at filmmaking, then this two-day course is for you! Learn how to use professional equipment, and gain an understanding of the processes involved in digital film production. Working as part of a small group you’ll interpret a script, develop ideas, work with professional actors and shoot a scene. This practical workshop will give you an initial insight into the mechanics of filmmaking. No prior experience is required, just an interest and enthusiasm to learn more! Cost: £180/£160 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

SILENT VOICES A series of films to mark Deaf Awareness Week 2018.

MAY 2018

FOOD

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING PART ONE

08

TUE 8, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 29, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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


INSPIRING CREATIVITY

WOODFALL FILMS

07

A tribute to the ground-breaking British film company Woodfall Films, In September, we’ll present the Nottingham-related classic in its 60th Anniversary this year. Founded in 1958 by director Tony Woodfall films; Saturday Night Richardson, writer John Osborne and producer Harry Saltzman, the and Sunday Morning and The company pioneered the British new wave, defining an incendiary Loneliness of the Long Distance brand of social realism with a slate of iconic films such as Look Back Runner as part of a season celebrating Working Class in Anger and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. Today, many of these classics continue to influence and inspire filmmakers. Heroes.

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

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY PART ONE SAT 2 JUN - DATE SOLD OUT SAT 21 JUL - PLACES AVAILABLE 10AM - 4.30PM Leave auto-mode behind! Our Digital Photography workshop for beginners will reintroduce you to your camera and help you understand its functions and capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY Spend a week during the summer holidays making your own short film. As part of a small team you’ll work with industry professionals to develop your ideas and learn how to use professional film equipment. Whether you are a budding director, love to experiment with sound, film, composition, set design or lighting, you will have the chance to have a go at each role. To round off the week, there will be a free private screening on the morning of Saturday 18 August for your family and friends to come along and watch your film on the big screen! Cost: £250 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

TUE 15, 7.45PM

WED 9, 8.45PM

SKID ROW MARATHON (12A) Dir: Mark Hayes US 2017 98m + pre-film content

ENCOUNTERS: DEAF SHORTS SHOWCASE PROGRAMME (CERT TBC) 107m + PANEL

SUN 6, 1PM

MON 7, 1PM

TUE 8, 6PM

LOOK BACK IN ANGER (PG)

THE ENTERTAINER (PG)

A TASTE OF HONEY (12A)

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1958 97m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1960 108m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1961 100m

THU 17, 5.15PM (ALSO SILVER SCREENINGS AT 10.30AM & 1.30PM)

WONDERSTRUCK (PG)

Starring: Richard Burton, Claire Boom

Starring: Laurence Olivier, Brenda de Banzie

Starring: Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan

Dir: Todd Haynes US 2017 116m

Trumpeter Jimmy Porter is a disillusioned, educated bloke, raging against the Establishment. His downtrodden wife suffers the brunt of his tirades, but when he vents his anger by having an affair with her best friend it causes untold misery for everyone he knows. Tony Richardson’s feature debut is the epitome of the kitchen-sink drama that spawned a new genre of British social-protest films and heralded the liberated swinging sixties. BFI

Like Look Back in Anger, the second Woodfall production was adapted from a stage play written by John Osborne. The result, under Richardson’s taut direction, is a brilliantly caustic portrait of ageing music-hall veteran Archie Rice, played by Olivier in one of his finest screen performances, coming undone in a peeling seaside resort. BFI

Based on one of the most controversial plays of its time, A Taste of Honey features Rita Tushingham in her star-making debut role as a disaffected teenager finding her way amid the economic desperation of industrial Manchester. With its unapologetic identification with social outcasts and its sensitive, modern approach to matters of sexuality and race, Richardson’s classic is still a startling benchmark work of realism. Criterion

Starring: Millicent Simmonds, Julianne Moore

Based on Brian Selznick’s novel, this dazzlingly inventive drama runs on parallel tracks - following the fortunes of two deaf 12-year-olds: Ben, a lad in 1977 Michigan who loses his mother, and Rose, a girl in 1927 New Jersey obsessed with silent screen star Lillian Mayhew. Vancouver International Film Festival

These screenings will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 18, 5PM SAT 19, 1.30PM

TOM JONES (PG)

An emotional and uplifting documentary which follows the story of High Court Judge, Craig Mitchell as he coaches a long-distance running club from the Midnight Mission on Skid Row. Using the redemptive power of running and the camaraderie of the group, marathon training raises the spirits of Skid Row’s inhabitants and gives a sense of purpose to a group of people who are homeless, addicted or coming out of the prison system. The film will be preceded by an exclusive 10-minute film exploring the transformative powers of running.

TOM JONES

Global Beats present a seminal event - Roger Steffens and John Masouri - two of the world’s most acclaimed reggae writers in conversation for two hours of unique insights into the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers. This show includes rare and unreleased film and audio recordings of Marley plus anecdotes and insights drawn from the speakers own experiences and knowledge of Jamaica, its music and culture. Followed by reggae music in the Cafébar. See our website for details. SAT 12, 4.45PM

BLACK PANTHER (12A) + PANEL DISCUSSION Dir: Ryan Coogler US 2018 134m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1963 117m Starring: Albert Finney, Susannah York

With English Subtitles

Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture, this raucous and innovative adaptation of Henry Fielding’s classic novel is directed with a real sense of adventure. John Osborne captures the spirit of the novel in his sophisticated screenplay and Albert Finney gives a dashing centrepiece performance as the much sought-after Tom Jones, enjoying marvellous support from Joan Greenwood as Lady Bellaston. BFI

Dir: Naoko Yamada Japan 2016 130m

Shoko, a young deaf student, transfers to a new school where she is bullied by Shoya. While Shoya originally leads the class in bullying Shoko, the class soon turns on him for his lack of compassion. When they leave elementary school, Shoko and Shoya do not speak to each other again, but Shoya, tormented by his past behaviour, decides he must see Shoko once more to atone for his sins – but is it already too late? All tickets: £3.80

After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the isolated and technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. All tickets: £3.80 The screening will be followed by a panel discussion to explore afro-futurism, and the cultural and political themes presented in the film. Check our website for details. Hosted by Nubian Link. Nubian Link was established in 1995 and strives to develop and promote the educational, cultural and economic needs of the Afrikan community from an Afrikan-centred perspective.

TUE 22, 6.30PM

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

MY FRIEND DAHMER - PREVIEW (CERT TBC) + INTRODUCTION

LIVE BY SATELLITE

10

MAY 2018

11

ART

NT LIVE THU 10, 7PM

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 28, 3.30PM & 6PM

MACBETH (15) 210m

I, CLAUDE MONET (U) 90m

Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

I, Claude Monet is back by popular demand, revealing the heart and soul of arguably the world’s most loved artist. Told through Monet’s own words and shot on location at the very spots he painted, the film features his most loved paintings in an unforgettable, immersive art experience.

WED 16, 7PM

WRITING

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 107m Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

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

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

SUN 13, 12NOON

(12A) 160m

SAMSARA (12A) 102m Filmed over nearly five years in 25 countries on five continents, and shot on 70mm film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY BILL. THIS IS A BIKE FREE FILM.

The breathtakingly beautiful Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the Oscar-winning MGM film. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SUN 27, 3PM

MCKELLEN: PLAYING THE PART (CERT TBC) 150m SUN 20, 12NOON WED 23, 6.30PM

A CAMBODIAN SPRING + Q&A (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Christopher Kelly UK/Cambodia 2016 126m

Shot over six years, A Cambodian Spring is an intimate portrait of three people, two fearless women and a Buddhist monk, caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Charting the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’, the film is about the complexities – both political and personal – of fighting for what you believe in. We are pleased to welcome Venerable Luon Sovath for a special Q&A following this screening.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (PG) 94m Things take a complicated turn for nerdy florist Seymour when he realises the exotic plant he bought for his shop has a taste for human blood in this classic horror comedy with a killer soundtrack. 50 AND STILL GORGEOUS!

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SCREENING The screening is enhanced to suit the needs of people living with dementia. There will be an interval halfway through the film for free tea, coffee and biscuits to be served.

Playing the Part uncovers McKellen’s story, from his upbringing living through the war, working through repertory and West End theatre, coming out and being a leader in the campaign for equality, to his mainstream film breakouts. Hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live to cinemas nationwide from London’s BFI Southbank.

MON 21, 1.30PM

SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (U) 102m Tickets are £3.80, with a free place for an accompanying carer. For more information and to book wheelchair spaces, contact Adam Byrne on 0115 952 6611.

WED 2, 6.30PM

ROBERT WEBB IN CONVERSATION (UC) 60m + BOOK SIGNING Robert Webb will talk about his hilarious and heart-breaking memoir, “How Not To Be a Boy”, and sign copies afterwards. In the book he considers the absurd expectations boys and men have thrust upon them at every stage of life, while reflecting his own story – from schoolboy crushes (on girls and boys) to discovering the power of making people laugh (in the Cambridge Footlights with David Mitchell), and from losing his beloved mother to becoming a husband and father. Tickets: £5

FILM COURSES

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Come and try our informal but informative film courses where you can meet fellow film-lovers while learning lots of interesting stuff too! Book your place online or at our box office. For more information contact Caroline at c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk.

SPIRIT OF THE STRANGE: THE DARK HEART OF 70s CINEMA (90m)

NEW COURSE

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

An unsettling journey into the film world’s most off-kilter decade, deconstructing dystopian visions, dreamlike states and bleak, awkward narratives. Including The Stepford Wives, The Baby, Pink Flamingoes and loads more. Expect the scary, expect the apocalyptic, expect the paranoid but most of all expect the unexpected. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing TUE 8 MAY, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

1960s BRITISH CINEMA (120m)

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing WED 9 MAY, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

TALK CINEMA (90m) NEW COURSE

If you can remember the 1960s then you were obviously paying attention. If you can’t, and you need a refresher course, we’re spending ten weeks looking at the ways in which this tumultuous decade was depicted in British films. All you have you to do is turn up, tune in and don’t drop out. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing WED 9 MAY, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing THU 10 MAY, 7.30PM-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM – 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Tutor, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing MON 14 MAY, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) (No session on MON 28 MAY) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

MAY 2018

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TRY OUR NEW MENU GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m)

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters.

NEW COURSE

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

FRI 11, 10PM

BOB MARLEY NIGHT Our special event on the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers, So Much Things To Say - The Life & Times Of Bob Marley’ With Roger Steffens & John Masouri, will be followed by reggae music in the cafébar. Please see our website for more details. SUN 27

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. From hippie haters to road-tripping drug dealers, subversive westerns to longhaired ‘Nam vets, the course will examine the socio-historical context for the wave of underground and mainstream American movies that represented the ‘don’t trust anyone over thirty’ generation. Clips and discussion will include Easy Rider, Medium Cool, Punishment Park, The Deer Hunter, Coming Home, and more. Keep the spirit of revolution going and finish the day with a screening of the Spring of ’68-set Redoubtable at 3.45PM free as part of the course. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

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DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL Dot To Dot’s ever eclectic line-up returns to our Cafébar with live acoustic music throughout the day. Check our website for more details.

QUIZZES

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

SO MUCH THINGS TO SAY THE LIFE & TIMES OF BOB MARLEY WITH ROGER STEFFENS & JOHN MASOURI

Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o

A SILENT VOICE (12A)

MAY 2018

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

FRI 11, 8.15PM

For further details visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/films_courses

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

Supported by Nottingham Together, Nottingham City Council

This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing. MY PURE LAND

SAT 9 JUN, 10AM-4.30PM Join director Sarmad Masud for our first filmmakers’ masterclass - Directing Drama for the Screen. This workshop is aimed at filmmakers with some previous experience, graduate media students or self-taught, wanting further professional development. This workshop will include: working with a script as a director, saying the right thing – the language of film sets, tips for working with crew and practical hands-on sessions working with professional actors. Places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment. Cost: £150 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Sarmad Masud Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Intermediate (See website for details)

Also see pages 1-3 for our regular monthly Access Screenings.

Presented at the 2017 edition of Encounters Festival, the films selected feature the representation of Deafness as part of a wider narrative. This programme features eight films, including the Oscar-winning The Silent Child. We are delighted to welcome the creative team behind The Silent Child, writer and actress Rachel Shenton and director Chris Overton, to introduce the screening. A panel discussion will follow this screening; see our website for details.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EMERGING FILMMAKERS DIRECTING DRAMA FOR THE SCREEN WITH SARMAD MASUD

09

MUSIC

SAT 19 & SUN 20 MAY, 10AM - 4.30PM EACH DAY If you’re inspired by film and always wanted to try your hand at filmmaking, then this two-day course is for you! Learn how to use professional equipment, and gain an understanding of the processes involved in digital film production. Working as part of a small group you’ll interpret a script, develop ideas, work with professional actors and shoot a scene. This practical workshop will give you an initial insight into the mechanics of filmmaking. No prior experience is required, just an interest and enthusiasm to learn more! Cost: £180/£160 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

SILENT VOICES A series of films to mark Deaf Awareness Week 2018.

MAY 2018

FOOD

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING PART ONE

08

TUE 8, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 29, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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


INSPIRING CREATIVITY

WOODFALL FILMS

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A tribute to the ground-breaking British film company Woodfall Films, In September, we’ll present the Nottingham-related classic in its 60th Anniversary this year. Founded in 1958 by director Tony Woodfall films; Saturday Night Richardson, writer John Osborne and producer Harry Saltzman, the and Sunday Morning and The company pioneered the British new wave, defining an incendiary Loneliness of the Long Distance brand of social realism with a slate of iconic films such as Look Back Runner as part of a season celebrating Working Class in Anger and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. Today, many of these classics continue to influence and inspire filmmakers. Heroes.

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

DSLR PHOTOGRAPHY PART ONE SAT 2 JUN - DATE SOLD OUT SAT 21 JUL - PLACES AVAILABLE 10AM - 4.30PM Leave auto-mode behind! Our Digital Photography workshop for beginners will reintroduce you to your camera and help you understand its functions and capture images you are proud of. Cost: £90/£80 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Alan Fletcher Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

FILMMAKING SUMMER SCHOOL MON 13 - FRI 17 AUG, 9.30AM - 4PM EACH DAY Spend a week during the summer holidays making your own short film. As part of a small team you’ll work with industry professionals to develop your ideas and learn how to use professional film equipment. Whether you are a budding director, love to experiment with sound, film, composition, set design or lighting, you will have the chance to have a go at each role. To round off the week, there will be a free private screening on the morning of Saturday 18 August for your family and friends to come along and watch your film on the big screen! Cost: £250 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 13-15 Level: Beginners

TUE 15, 7.45PM

WED 9, 8.45PM

SKID ROW MARATHON (12A) Dir: Mark Hayes US 2017 98m + pre-film content

ENCOUNTERS: DEAF SHORTS SHOWCASE PROGRAMME (CERT TBC) 107m + PANEL

SUN 6, 1PM

MON 7, 1PM

TUE 8, 6PM

LOOK BACK IN ANGER (PG)

THE ENTERTAINER (PG)

A TASTE OF HONEY (12A)

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1958 97m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1960 108m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1961 100m

THU 17, 5.15PM (ALSO SILVER SCREENINGS AT 10.30AM & 1.30PM)

WONDERSTRUCK (PG)

Starring: Richard Burton, Claire Boom

Starring: Laurence Olivier, Brenda de Banzie

Starring: Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan

Dir: Todd Haynes US 2017 116m

Trumpeter Jimmy Porter is a disillusioned, educated bloke, raging against the Establishment. His downtrodden wife suffers the brunt of his tirades, but when he vents his anger by having an affair with her best friend it causes untold misery for everyone he knows. Tony Richardson’s feature debut is the epitome of the kitchen-sink drama that spawned a new genre of British social-protest films and heralded the liberated swinging sixties. BFI

Like Look Back in Anger, the second Woodfall production was adapted from a stage play written by John Osborne. The result, under Richardson’s taut direction, is a brilliantly caustic portrait of ageing music-hall veteran Archie Rice, played by Olivier in one of his finest screen performances, coming undone in a peeling seaside resort. BFI

Based on one of the most controversial plays of its time, A Taste of Honey features Rita Tushingham in her star-making debut role as a disaffected teenager finding her way amid the economic desperation of industrial Manchester. With its unapologetic identification with social outcasts and its sensitive, modern approach to matters of sexuality and race, Richardson’s classic is still a startling benchmark work of realism. Criterion

Starring: Millicent Simmonds, Julianne Moore

Based on Brian Selznick’s novel, this dazzlingly inventive drama runs on parallel tracks - following the fortunes of two deaf 12-year-olds: Ben, a lad in 1977 Michigan who loses his mother, and Rose, a girl in 1927 New Jersey obsessed with silent screen star Lillian Mayhew. Vancouver International Film Festival

These screenings will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 18, 5PM SAT 19, 1.30PM

TOM JONES (PG)

An emotional and uplifting documentary which follows the story of High Court Judge, Craig Mitchell as he coaches a long-distance running club from the Midnight Mission on Skid Row. Using the redemptive power of running and the camaraderie of the group, marathon training raises the spirits of Skid Row’s inhabitants and gives a sense of purpose to a group of people who are homeless, addicted or coming out of the prison system. The film will be preceded by an exclusive 10-minute film exploring the transformative powers of running.

TOM JONES

Global Beats present a seminal event - Roger Steffens and John Masouri - two of the world’s most acclaimed reggae writers in conversation for two hours of unique insights into the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers. This show includes rare and unreleased film and audio recordings of Marley plus anecdotes and insights drawn from the speakers own experiences and knowledge of Jamaica, its music and culture. Followed by reggae music in the Cafébar. See our website for details. SAT 12, 4.45PM

BLACK PANTHER (12A) + PANEL DISCUSSION Dir: Ryan Coogler US 2018 134m

Dir: Tony Richardson UK 1963 117m Starring: Albert Finney, Susannah York

With English Subtitles

Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture, this raucous and innovative adaptation of Henry Fielding’s classic novel is directed with a real sense of adventure. John Osborne captures the spirit of the novel in his sophisticated screenplay and Albert Finney gives a dashing centrepiece performance as the much sought-after Tom Jones, enjoying marvellous support from Joan Greenwood as Lady Bellaston. BFI

Dir: Naoko Yamada Japan 2016 130m

Shoko, a young deaf student, transfers to a new school where she is bullied by Shoya. While Shoya originally leads the class in bullying Shoko, the class soon turns on him for his lack of compassion. When they leave elementary school, Shoko and Shoya do not speak to each other again, but Shoya, tormented by his past behaviour, decides he must see Shoko once more to atone for his sins – but is it already too late? All tickets: £3.80

After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the isolated and technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. All tickets: £3.80 The screening will be followed by a panel discussion to explore afro-futurism, and the cultural and political themes presented in the film. Check our website for details. Hosted by Nubian Link. Nubian Link was established in 1995 and strives to develop and promote the educational, cultural and economic needs of the Afrikan community from an Afrikan-centred perspective.

TUE 22, 6.30PM

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

MY FRIEND DAHMER - PREVIEW (CERT TBC) + INTRODUCTION

LIVE BY SATELLITE

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NT LIVE THU 10, 7PM

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 28, 3.30PM & 6PM

MACBETH (15) 210m

I, CLAUDE MONET (U) 90m

Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

I, Claude Monet is back by popular demand, revealing the heart and soul of arguably the world’s most loved artist. Told through Monet’s own words and shot on location at the very spots he painted, the film features his most loved paintings in an unforgettable, immersive art experience.

WED 16, 7PM

WRITING

Dir: Marc Meyers US 2017 107m Starring: Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff

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

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

SUN 13, 12NOON

(12A) 160m

SAMSARA (12A) 102m Filmed over nearly five years in 25 countries on five continents, and shot on 70mm film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY BILL. THIS IS A BIKE FREE FILM.

The breathtakingly beautiful Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the Oscar-winning MGM film. Tickets: £15 / £13 memb & conc

SUN 27, 3PM

MCKELLEN: PLAYING THE PART (CERT TBC) 150m SUN 20, 12NOON WED 23, 6.30PM

A CAMBODIAN SPRING + Q&A (15) With English Subtitles Dir: Christopher Kelly UK/Cambodia 2016 126m

Shot over six years, A Cambodian Spring is an intimate portrait of three people, two fearless women and a Buddhist monk, caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Charting the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’, the film is about the complexities – both political and personal – of fighting for what you believe in. We are pleased to welcome Venerable Luon Sovath for a special Q&A following this screening.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (PG) 94m Things take a complicated turn for nerdy florist Seymour when he realises the exotic plant he bought for his shop has a taste for human blood in this classic horror comedy with a killer soundtrack. 50 AND STILL GORGEOUS!

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SCREENING The screening is enhanced to suit the needs of people living with dementia. There will be an interval halfway through the film for free tea, coffee and biscuits to be served.

Playing the Part uncovers McKellen’s story, from his upbringing living through the war, working through repertory and West End theatre, coming out and being a leader in the campaign for equality, to his mainstream film breakouts. Hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live to cinemas nationwide from London’s BFI Southbank.

MON 21, 1.30PM

SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (U) 102m Tickets are £3.80, with a free place for an accompanying carer. For more information and to book wheelchair spaces, contact Adam Byrne on 0115 952 6611.

WED 2, 6.30PM

ROBERT WEBB IN CONVERSATION (UC) 60m + BOOK SIGNING Robert Webb will talk about his hilarious and heart-breaking memoir, “How Not To Be a Boy”, and sign copies afterwards. In the book he considers the absurd expectations boys and men have thrust upon them at every stage of life, while reflecting his own story – from schoolboy crushes (on girls and boys) to discovering the power of making people laugh (in the Cambridge Footlights with David Mitchell), and from losing his beloved mother to becoming a husband and father. Tickets: £5

FILM COURSES

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Come and try our informal but informative film courses where you can meet fellow film-lovers while learning lots of interesting stuff too! Book your place online or at our box office. For more information contact Caroline at c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk.

SPIRIT OF THE STRANGE: THE DARK HEART OF 70s CINEMA (90m)

NEW COURSE

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

An unsettling journey into the film world’s most off-kilter decade, deconstructing dystopian visions, dreamlike states and bleak, awkward narratives. Including The Stepford Wives, The Baby, Pink Flamingoes and loads more. Expect the scary, expect the apocalyptic, expect the paranoid but most of all expect the unexpected. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing TUE 8 MAY, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

1960s BRITISH CINEMA (120m)

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing WED 9 MAY, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

TALK CINEMA (90m) NEW COURSE

If you can remember the 1960s then you were obviously paying attention. If you can’t, and you need a refresher course, we’re spending ten weeks looking at the ways in which this tumultuous decade was depicted in British films. All you have you to do is turn up, tune in and don’t drop out. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing WED 9 MAY, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing THU 10 MAY, 7.30PM-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SAT 19 MAY 10.30AM – 3.30PM (WITH BREAKS)

TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Tutor, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing MON 14 MAY, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) (No session on MON 28 MAY) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

MAY 2018

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OUR POPULAR FOOD AND FILM OFFER 10% OFF ALL MEALS AT ANY TIME ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

JUST PRESENT YOUR CINEMA TICKET AT THE BAR.

TRY OUR NEW MENU GROWING PAINS: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD IN CINEMA (90m)

Try our delicious new mains, pizzas and sharing platters.

NEW COURSE

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

FRI 11, 10PM

BOB MARLEY NIGHT Our special event on the life and times of Bob Marley and the Wailers, So Much Things To Say - The Life & Times Of Bob Marley’ With Roger Steffens & John Masouri, will be followed by reggae music in the cafébar. Please see our website for more details. SUN 27

UPRISING: ‘68 AND BEYOND IN AMERICAN CINEMA ONE-DAY COURSE Film critic Christina Newland presents a day-long course examining the wide variety of counterculture films released in America in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. From hippie haters to road-tripping drug dealers, subversive westerns to longhaired ‘Nam vets, the course will examine the socio-historical context for the wave of underground and mainstream American movies that represented the ‘don’t trust anyone over thirty’ generation. Clips and discussion will include Easy Rider, Medium Cool, Punishment Park, The Deer Hunter, Coming Home, and more. Keep the spirit of revolution going and finish the day with a screening of the Spring of ’68-set Redoubtable at 3.45PM free as part of the course. Tutor: Christina Newland Price: £12 / £10

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DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL Dot To Dot’s ever eclectic line-up returns to our Cafébar with live acoustic music throughout the day. Check our website for more details.

QUIZZES

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

SO MUCH THINGS TO SAY THE LIFE & TIMES OF BOB MARLEY WITH ROGER STEFFENS & JOHN MASOURI

Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o

A SILENT VOICE (12A)

MAY 2018

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

FRI 11, 8.15PM

For further details visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/films_courses

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

Supported by Nottingham Together, Nottingham City Council

This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing. MY PURE LAND

SAT 9 JUN, 10AM-4.30PM Join director Sarmad Masud for our first filmmakers’ masterclass - Directing Drama for the Screen. This workshop is aimed at filmmakers with some previous experience, graduate media students or self-taught, wanting further professional development. This workshop will include: working with a script as a director, saying the right thing – the language of film sets, tips for working with crew and practical hands-on sessions working with professional actors. Places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment. Cost: £150 (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Sarmad Masud Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Intermediate (See website for details)

Also see pages 1-3 for our regular monthly Access Screenings.

Presented at the 2017 edition of Encounters Festival, the films selected feature the representation of Deafness as part of a wider narrative. This programme features eight films, including the Oscar-winning The Silent Child. We are delighted to welcome the creative team behind The Silent Child, writer and actress Rachel Shenton and director Chris Overton, to introduce the screening. A panel discussion will follow this screening; see our website for details.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EMERGING FILMMAKERS DIRECTING DRAMA FOR THE SCREEN WITH SARMAD MASUD

09

MUSIC

SAT 19 & SUN 20 MAY, 10AM - 4.30PM EACH DAY If you’re inspired by film and always wanted to try your hand at filmmaking, then this two-day course is for you! Learn how to use professional equipment, and gain an understanding of the processes involved in digital film production. Working as part of a small group you’ll interpret a script, develop ideas, work with professional actors and shoot a scene. This practical workshop will give you an initial insight into the mechanics of filmmaking. No prior experience is required, just an interest and enthusiasm to learn more! Cost: £180/£160 memb & conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Suitable for ages 18+ Level: Beginners

SILENT VOICES A series of films to mark Deaf Awareness Week 2018.

MAY 2018

FOOD

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING PART ONE

08

TUE 8, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 29, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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

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