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WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

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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.

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY! SEE PAGE 12

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

SEPTEMBER 2017

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

Fri 1

Sat 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL

CONTINUING INTO SEPTEMBER

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 29

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

PATTI CAKE$ (15)

WIND RIVER (15)

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

MY PURE LAND (CERT TBC)

BORG VS MCENROE (CERT TBC)

HOTEL SALVATION (PG)

SAT 2, 12NOON

Dir: Taylor Sheridan US 2017 107m

Dir: Stephen Frears UK/US 2017 112m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Janus Metz Sweden 2017 rt tbc

With English Subtitles

GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (PG)

THE GRADUATE (12A) 101m

Dir: Geremy Jasper US 2017 109m

DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME (CERT TBC)

Starring: Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett

Starring: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen

Starring: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal

Dir: Sarmad Masud UK 2017 92m

Dir: Bill Morrison US 2016 120m

Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason

Dir: Shubhashish Bhutiani India 2016 102m

Dir: Simon Curtis UK 2017 107m

Meet Patricia Dombrowski, aka Killa P, aka Patti Cake$ - an aspiring rapper on her quest for hip-hop superstardom. Her daily routine mainly involves brushing off the bullies and working at a dive bar to support her ailing grandmother and hard-drinking mother. But Patti is determined. With the help of her friends, she’s going to make it big.

The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s reign. When Abdul Karim, a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favour with the Queen herself. The two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle all attempt to destroy.

Starring: Suhaee Abro, Eman Malik

Morrison’s latest film depicts the history of a Canadian gold rush town and how a First Nation hunting camp was transformed and displaced, by chronicling the life cycle of a singular film collection – 533 nitrate stock films from the 1910s and 1920s, lost for over 50 years until found in a sub-arctic swimming pool.

Borg Vs McEnroe tells the story of the epic rivalry between Swedish tennis legend Björn Borg and his greatest adversary, the brash American John McEnroe, which came to a head during the 1980 Wimbledon Championships.

Starring: Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie

Following a prophetic dream, 77-year-old Daya announces that his time has come and that he must go to the holy city of Varanasi to achieve salvation in his final days. His son, Rajiv, reluctantly agrees to accompany him, but once there, Daya is reinvigorated, making new friends with the other ‘dying’ residents, and forcing the father and son to reconnect.

A rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his young son Christopher Robin, whose stuffed toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing welcome hope and comfort to England in the wake of WWI. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will be the cost to the family?

YU-GI-OH! THE MOVIE: THE DARK SIDE OF DIMENSIONS (PG) 129m

Dir: Francis Lee UK 2017 105m

This intelligent crime drama is the directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water, Sicario). Cory Lambert is a wildlife officer in Wyoming. When he discovers the body of a young Native American woman, the FBI come knocking. Rookie agent Jane Banner is assigned to the case and requires Lambert’s aid in the inhospitable terrain. Superbly directing his own screenplay, Sheridan brings his trademark sense of place, fully drawn characters and real emotion to bear. This stylish, potent mystery also features the music of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.

Dustin Hoffman plays a young man who’s led astray by the seductive Mrs Robinson, mother of the girl he loves. Mike Nichols’s masterpiece returns beautifully restored for its 50th anniversary.

Starring: Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu

Sydney Film Festival

LOGAN LUCKY (12A) 119m

PATTI CAKE$ GOD’S OWN COUNTRY WIND RIVER INSYRIATED CENTRE OF MY WORLD BORG VS MCENROE GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN DAPHNE

FROM FRI 1

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY (15) Johnny is running the family farm in Yorkshire, helping his father whose health is deteriorating. He attempts to numb the frustrations of his father’s criticism and desolate existence through drinking and casual sex. Martin hires a Romanian worker, Gheorghe, to help on the farm, and the two young men soon start a passionate relationship.

DETROIT (15) 143m

This striking drama is based on a remarkable true story, told in partial flashbacks, about how a mother and her two daughters try to protect their remote Pakistan home, picking up machine guns to fight off a virtual army of armed men. In the best traditions of Assault on Precinct 13, the women do all they can to survive and with their supply of bullets dwindling they still refuse to give in. An impressive first feature from Nottingham-raised director, Sarmad Masud.

ACCESS CINEMA TUE 19, 5.45PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 15, 8.30PM INTRODUCTION Christina Newland, a lecturer and journalist who writes for The Guardian and Sight & Sound on film and culture will introduce this screening.

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM (15)

SUN 24, 2PM Q&A AND BOOK SIGNING Join us for a conversation with Shrabani Basu, the author of ‘Victoria and Abdul’.

Starring: Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy

London, 1880. Inspector Kildare is tasked to calm the population as a series of horrendous murders shakes the Limehouse district. With the killer on the loose, he is already working against the clock when he is drawn to the trial of a young music hall performer accused of poisoning her husband. As he delves into both cases, Kildare comes to realise the two may be connected. Based on Peter Ackroyd’s novel, The Limehouse Golem is a foggy and suspenseful Gothic thriller.

With English Subtitles

FRI 15 – TUE 19

Starring: Hiam Abbas, Diamand Bou Abboud

STEP (PG)

Unfolding over a single day inside a spacious apartment where a family has locked themselves in out of danger, Insyriated portrays the unimaginable life of many Syrians as war takes over their home.

LE DOULOS (12A)

With English Subtitles

INSYRIATED (15) Dir: Philippe Van Leeuw Belgium 2017 86m

TUE 19 – THU 21

CENTRE OF MY WORLD (15)

Dir: Amanda Lipitz US 2017 84m

The true-life story of a girls’ high-school step dance team. Their school’s goal is to have every member of their senior class accepted to college.

Dir: Jakob M. Ewra Germany 2016 115m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Louis Hoffman, Jannik Schümann

Dir: Jean-Pierre Melville France/Italy 1962 106m

Based on the best-selling young adult novel, this romantic coming-of-age drama explores a summer in the life of 17-year-old student Phil who gets closer to his friend Kat to escape th tension between his sister and mother. But when the mysterious and handsome Nicholas enrols at their school, the bond between Kat and Phil is put to the test.

Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Serge Reggiani

FRI 22, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION From Ruth Maxey from The University of Nottingham.

Dir: Juan Carlos Medina UK 2016 109m

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 8

ACCESS CINEMA MON 11, 6.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 22

Quentin Tarantino called Le Doulos “my favourite screenplay of all time,” and one can see in its twisty tale of treachery a template for Reservoir Dogs. The impossibly cool Le Doulos is a pure expression of Melville’s style, as well as his tribute to American cinema. TIFF

DAPHNE (CERT TBC)

ACCESS CINEMA MON 25, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THU 28, 6PM DAPHNE PREVIEW & Q&A With director Peter Mackie Burns.

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

After discovering he comes from a long line of monsters, Lucas sets off to find the rest of his family.

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

THE BOY AND THE BEAST (12) 114m A young orphan is taken in by a gruff warrior beast.

Starring: Emily Beecham, Geraldine James

Londoner Daphne is strong and funny, but she’s not happy and has “sort of given up on people” - her mum included. When she witnesses a violent crime, she is forced to put things back into perspective and take a fresh look at her fractured life.

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Peter Mackie Burns UK 2017 90m

STEP (PG) 84m See page 2 for details.

SAT 16, 12.30PM See page 1 for details.

TUE 19, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 9, 1.45PM

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WIND RIVER (15) 107m FROM FRI 29

An all-new story from the original creator of the global phenomenon, Kazuki Takahashi. [In English]

Sun 3

112m

Mon 4

Tue 5

See page 2 for details.

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

Wed 6

Thu 7

SAT 23, 1PM THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG) 112m

See page 2 for details.

NAPPING PRINCESS (PG) 111m

A young girl dreams of a world where she has magic powers, but events from her dreamland start tangling up with the real world. [In English]

Fri 8

SAT 30, 1PM

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

HOTEL SALVATION (PG) 102m DAPHNE

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

LE DOULOS

CENTRE OF MY WORLD

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

STEP

SEPTEMBER 2017

INSYRIATED

THE EMOJI MOVIE (PG) 86m

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 3 for details.

MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE (PG) 66m

A young boy rediscovers the meaning of family and home after losing his mother. [In English]

SAT 9, 12.15PM

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m At a school dance, Lucas discovers he comes from a long line of monsters and embarks on a fabulously scary journey to find the rest of his family.

Sat 9

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web

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

3:30 2:45 2:00 3:45 11:00 1:30

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Yu-gi-oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions PG p4

3:30 2:45 2:00 3:45 11:00 1:30

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Cinema Paradiso 15 p10

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Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web The Graduate 12A p4 John le Carré - An Evening with George Smiley p10

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Fri 15

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Sat 16 7:45

Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Monster Island PG p4 Monster Island - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4

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3:30 3:15 TIMES TIMES 3:45

6:00 5:45 TBC TBC 6:15

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

6:00 5:45 TBC TBC 6:15

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Sun 17

Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Hidden Figures PG p10 Film Open p9 Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Oxide Ghosts p9

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3:30 3:15 TIMES TIMES

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Mon 18

7:30

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

3:30 3:15 TIMES TIMES

Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 David Gilmore Live at Pompeii PG p10

3:30 3:15 TIMES TIMES

Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1

10:30 1:30 3:15 TIMES TIMES

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 Step PG p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 Wind River 15 p1 3:00 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 5:30 Centre of My World 15 p2 TIMES TBC Step PG p2 4:30 6:30 My Pure Land p2 2:15 The Boy and the Beast 12 p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web Melody Makers 10:00

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 3:30 6:00 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 TIMES TBC Step PG p2 4:30 6:30 My Pure Land p2 2:15 Some Like it Hot U p10 2:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 Step - Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Wed 27

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Music Room U p8

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Clay Bird PG p8 Victoria and Abdul - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

3:15 5:45 TIMES TBC 3:00 5:30 5:15

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Scorching Winds PG p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 10:30 1:30 Black Sabbath: The End of the End p10 Daphne Preview + Q&A p3 6:00 Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Daphne p3 Reservoir Dogs 18 p10 Tarantino Party Night Cafébar from 8pm

3:30 6:00 2:45 5:45 TIMES TBC 6:30

Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 12:45 3:30 6:00 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 TIMES TBC Daphne p3 TIMES TBC Becoming Cary Grant p10 1:30 My Life as a Courgette PG p4 1:00

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:00 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES Borg Vs McEnroe p3 3:00 Hotel Salvation PG p3 12:30 Bombay 12 p8 Mary Poppins U p10 2:00 Short Stack p9

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 12:30 3:00 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 2:45 The Cloud-Capped Star PG p8 5:00 Napping Princess PG p4 1:00 DSLR Workshop 10:00

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Pyaasa U p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Step PG p2 My Pure Land p2 Dispossession PG p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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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 times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

01

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WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

03

WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY! SEE PAGE 12

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

SEPTEMBER 2017

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

Fri 1

Sat 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL

CONTINUING INTO SEPTEMBER

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 29

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

PATTI CAKE$ (15)

WIND RIVER (15)

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

MY PURE LAND (CERT TBC)

BORG VS MCENROE (CERT TBC)

HOTEL SALVATION (PG)

SAT 2, 12NOON

Dir: Taylor Sheridan US 2017 107m

Dir: Stephen Frears UK/US 2017 112m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Janus Metz Sweden 2017 rt tbc

With English Subtitles

GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (PG)

THE GRADUATE (12A) 101m

Dir: Geremy Jasper US 2017 109m

DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME (CERT TBC)

Starring: Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett

Starring: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen

Starring: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal

Dir: Sarmad Masud UK 2017 92m

Dir: Bill Morrison US 2016 120m

Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason

Dir: Shubhashish Bhutiani India 2016 102m

Dir: Simon Curtis UK 2017 107m

Meet Patricia Dombrowski, aka Killa P, aka Patti Cake$ - an aspiring rapper on her quest for hip-hop superstardom. Her daily routine mainly involves brushing off the bullies and working at a dive bar to support her ailing grandmother and hard-drinking mother. But Patti is determined. With the help of her friends, she’s going to make it big.

The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s reign. When Abdul Karim, a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favour with the Queen herself. The two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle all attempt to destroy.

Starring: Suhaee Abro, Eman Malik

Morrison’s latest film depicts the history of a Canadian gold rush town and how a First Nation hunting camp was transformed and displaced, by chronicling the life cycle of a singular film collection – 533 nitrate stock films from the 1910s and 1920s, lost for over 50 years until found in a sub-arctic swimming pool.

Borg Vs McEnroe tells the story of the epic rivalry between Swedish tennis legend Björn Borg and his greatest adversary, the brash American John McEnroe, which came to a head during the 1980 Wimbledon Championships.

Starring: Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie

Following a prophetic dream, 77-year-old Daya announces that his time has come and that he must go to the holy city of Varanasi to achieve salvation in his final days. His son, Rajiv, reluctantly agrees to accompany him, but once there, Daya is reinvigorated, making new friends with the other ‘dying’ residents, and forcing the father and son to reconnect.

A rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his young son Christopher Robin, whose stuffed toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing welcome hope and comfort to England in the wake of WWI. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will be the cost to the family?

YU-GI-OH! THE MOVIE: THE DARK SIDE OF DIMENSIONS (PG) 129m

Dir: Francis Lee UK 2017 105m

This intelligent crime drama is the directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water, Sicario). Cory Lambert is a wildlife officer in Wyoming. When he discovers the body of a young Native American woman, the FBI come knocking. Rookie agent Jane Banner is assigned to the case and requires Lambert’s aid in the inhospitable terrain. Superbly directing his own screenplay, Sheridan brings his trademark sense of place, fully drawn characters and real emotion to bear. This stylish, potent mystery also features the music of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.

Dustin Hoffman plays a young man who’s led astray by the seductive Mrs Robinson, mother of the girl he loves. Mike Nichols’s masterpiece returns beautifully restored for its 50th anniversary.

Starring: Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu

Sydney Film Festival

LOGAN LUCKY (12A) 119m

PATTI CAKE$ GOD’S OWN COUNTRY WIND RIVER INSYRIATED CENTRE OF MY WORLD BORG VS MCENROE GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN DAPHNE

FROM FRI 1

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY (15) Johnny is running the family farm in Yorkshire, helping his father whose health is deteriorating. He attempts to numb the frustrations of his father’s criticism and desolate existence through drinking and casual sex. Martin hires a Romanian worker, Gheorghe, to help on the farm, and the two young men soon start a passionate relationship.

DETROIT (15) 143m

This striking drama is based on a remarkable true story, told in partial flashbacks, about how a mother and her two daughters try to protect their remote Pakistan home, picking up machine guns to fight off a virtual army of armed men. In the best traditions of Assault on Precinct 13, the women do all they can to survive and with their supply of bullets dwindling they still refuse to give in. An impressive first feature from Nottingham-raised director, Sarmad Masud.

ACCESS CINEMA TUE 19, 5.45PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 15, 8.30PM INTRODUCTION Christina Newland, a lecturer and journalist who writes for The Guardian and Sight & Sound on film and culture will introduce this screening.

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM (15)

SUN 24, 2PM Q&A AND BOOK SIGNING Join us for a conversation with Shrabani Basu, the author of ‘Victoria and Abdul’.

Starring: Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy

London, 1880. Inspector Kildare is tasked to calm the population as a series of horrendous murders shakes the Limehouse district. With the killer on the loose, he is already working against the clock when he is drawn to the trial of a young music hall performer accused of poisoning her husband. As he delves into both cases, Kildare comes to realise the two may be connected. Based on Peter Ackroyd’s novel, The Limehouse Golem is a foggy and suspenseful Gothic thriller.

With English Subtitles

FRI 15 – TUE 19

Starring: Hiam Abbas, Diamand Bou Abboud

STEP (PG)

Unfolding over a single day inside a spacious apartment where a family has locked themselves in out of danger, Insyriated portrays the unimaginable life of many Syrians as war takes over their home.

LE DOULOS (12A)

With English Subtitles

INSYRIATED (15) Dir: Philippe Van Leeuw Belgium 2017 86m

TUE 19 – THU 21

CENTRE OF MY WORLD (15)

Dir: Amanda Lipitz US 2017 84m

The true-life story of a girls’ high-school step dance team. Their school’s goal is to have every member of their senior class accepted to college.

Dir: Jakob M. Ewra Germany 2016 115m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Louis Hoffman, Jannik Schümann

Dir: Jean-Pierre Melville France/Italy 1962 106m

Based on the best-selling young adult novel, this romantic coming-of-age drama explores a summer in the life of 17-year-old student Phil who gets closer to his friend Kat to escape th tension between his sister and mother. But when the mysterious and handsome Nicholas enrols at their school, the bond between Kat and Phil is put to the test.

Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Serge Reggiani

FRI 22, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION From Ruth Maxey from The University of Nottingham.

Dir: Juan Carlos Medina UK 2016 109m

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 8

ACCESS CINEMA MON 11, 6.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 22

Quentin Tarantino called Le Doulos “my favourite screenplay of all time,” and one can see in its twisty tale of treachery a template for Reservoir Dogs. The impossibly cool Le Doulos is a pure expression of Melville’s style, as well as his tribute to American cinema. TIFF

DAPHNE (CERT TBC)

ACCESS CINEMA MON 25, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THU 28, 6PM DAPHNE PREVIEW & Q&A With director Peter Mackie Burns.

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

After discovering he comes from a long line of monsters, Lucas sets off to find the rest of his family.

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

THE BOY AND THE BEAST (12) 114m A young orphan is taken in by a gruff warrior beast.

Starring: Emily Beecham, Geraldine James

Londoner Daphne is strong and funny, but she’s not happy and has “sort of given up on people” - her mum included. When she witnesses a violent crime, she is forced to put things back into perspective and take a fresh look at her fractured life.

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Peter Mackie Burns UK 2017 90m

STEP (PG) 84m See page 2 for details.

SAT 16, 12.30PM See page 1 for details.

TUE 19, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 9, 1.45PM

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WIND RIVER (15) 107m FROM FRI 29

An all-new story from the original creator of the global phenomenon, Kazuki Takahashi. [In English]

Sun 3

112m

Mon 4

Tue 5

See page 2 for details.

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

Wed 6

Thu 7

SAT 23, 1PM THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG) 112m

See page 2 for details.

NAPPING PRINCESS (PG) 111m

A young girl dreams of a world where she has magic powers, but events from her dreamland start tangling up with the real world. [In English]

Fri 8

SAT 30, 1PM

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

HOTEL SALVATION (PG) 102m DAPHNE

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

LE DOULOS

CENTRE OF MY WORLD

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

STEP

SEPTEMBER 2017

INSYRIATED

THE EMOJI MOVIE (PG) 86m

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 3 for details.

MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE (PG) 66m

A young boy rediscovers the meaning of family and home after losing his mother. [In English]

SAT 9, 12.15PM

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m At a school dance, Lucas discovers he comes from a long line of monsters and embarks on a fabulously scary journey to find the rest of his family.

Sat 9

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web

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

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 Step PG p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Clay Bird PG p8 Victoria and Abdul - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Scorching Winds PG p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 10:30 1:30 Black Sabbath: The End of the End p10 Daphne Preview + Q&A p3 6:00 Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Daphne p3 Reservoir Dogs 18 p10 Tarantino Party Night Cafébar from 8pm

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Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 12:45 3:30 6:00 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 TIMES TBC Daphne p3 TIMES TBC Becoming Cary Grant p10 1:30 My Life as a Courgette PG p4 1:00

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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 times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

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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.

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY! SEE PAGE 12

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

SEPTEMBER 2017

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

Fri 1

Sat 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL

CONTINUING INTO SEPTEMBER

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 29

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

PATTI CAKE$ (15)

WIND RIVER (15)

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

MY PURE LAND (CERT TBC)

BORG VS MCENROE (CERT TBC)

HOTEL SALVATION (PG)

SAT 2, 12NOON

Dir: Taylor Sheridan US 2017 107m

Dir: Stephen Frears UK/US 2017 112m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Janus Metz Sweden 2017 rt tbc

With English Subtitles

GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (PG)

THE GRADUATE (12A) 101m

Dir: Geremy Jasper US 2017 109m

DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME (CERT TBC)

Starring: Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett

Starring: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen

Starring: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal

Dir: Sarmad Masud UK 2017 92m

Dir: Bill Morrison US 2016 120m

Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason

Dir: Shubhashish Bhutiani India 2016 102m

Dir: Simon Curtis UK 2017 107m

Meet Patricia Dombrowski, aka Killa P, aka Patti Cake$ - an aspiring rapper on her quest for hip-hop superstardom. Her daily routine mainly involves brushing off the bullies and working at a dive bar to support her ailing grandmother and hard-drinking mother. But Patti is determined. With the help of her friends, she’s going to make it big.

The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s reign. When Abdul Karim, a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favour with the Queen herself. The two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle all attempt to destroy.

Starring: Suhaee Abro, Eman Malik

Morrison’s latest film depicts the history of a Canadian gold rush town and how a First Nation hunting camp was transformed and displaced, by chronicling the life cycle of a singular film collection – 533 nitrate stock films from the 1910s and 1920s, lost for over 50 years until found in a sub-arctic swimming pool.

Borg Vs McEnroe tells the story of the epic rivalry between Swedish tennis legend Björn Borg and his greatest adversary, the brash American John McEnroe, which came to a head during the 1980 Wimbledon Championships.

Starring: Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie

Following a prophetic dream, 77-year-old Daya announces that his time has come and that he must go to the holy city of Varanasi to achieve salvation in his final days. His son, Rajiv, reluctantly agrees to accompany him, but once there, Daya is reinvigorated, making new friends with the other ‘dying’ residents, and forcing the father and son to reconnect.

A rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his young son Christopher Robin, whose stuffed toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing welcome hope and comfort to England in the wake of WWI. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will be the cost to the family?

YU-GI-OH! THE MOVIE: THE DARK SIDE OF DIMENSIONS (PG) 129m

Dir: Francis Lee UK 2017 105m

This intelligent crime drama is the directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water, Sicario). Cory Lambert is a wildlife officer in Wyoming. When he discovers the body of a young Native American woman, the FBI come knocking. Rookie agent Jane Banner is assigned to the case and requires Lambert’s aid in the inhospitable terrain. Superbly directing his own screenplay, Sheridan brings his trademark sense of place, fully drawn characters and real emotion to bear. This stylish, potent mystery also features the music of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.

Dustin Hoffman plays a young man who’s led astray by the seductive Mrs Robinson, mother of the girl he loves. Mike Nichols’s masterpiece returns beautifully restored for its 50th anniversary.

Starring: Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu

Sydney Film Festival

LOGAN LUCKY (12A) 119m

PATTI CAKE$ GOD’S OWN COUNTRY WIND RIVER INSYRIATED CENTRE OF MY WORLD BORG VS MCENROE GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN DAPHNE

FROM FRI 1

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY (15) Johnny is running the family farm in Yorkshire, helping his father whose health is deteriorating. He attempts to numb the frustrations of his father’s criticism and desolate existence through drinking and casual sex. Martin hires a Romanian worker, Gheorghe, to help on the farm, and the two young men soon start a passionate relationship.

DETROIT (15) 143m

This striking drama is based on a remarkable true story, told in partial flashbacks, about how a mother and her two daughters try to protect their remote Pakistan home, picking up machine guns to fight off a virtual army of armed men. In the best traditions of Assault on Precinct 13, the women do all they can to survive and with their supply of bullets dwindling they still refuse to give in. An impressive first feature from Nottingham-raised director, Sarmad Masud.

ACCESS CINEMA TUE 19, 5.45PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 15, 8.30PM INTRODUCTION Christina Newland, a lecturer and journalist who writes for The Guardian and Sight & Sound on film and culture will introduce this screening.

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM (15)

SUN 24, 2PM Q&A AND BOOK SIGNING Join us for a conversation with Shrabani Basu, the author of ‘Victoria and Abdul’.

Starring: Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy

London, 1880. Inspector Kildare is tasked to calm the population as a series of horrendous murders shakes the Limehouse district. With the killer on the loose, he is already working against the clock when he is drawn to the trial of a young music hall performer accused of poisoning her husband. As he delves into both cases, Kildare comes to realise the two may be connected. Based on Peter Ackroyd’s novel, The Limehouse Golem is a foggy and suspenseful Gothic thriller.

With English Subtitles

FRI 15 – TUE 19

Starring: Hiam Abbas, Diamand Bou Abboud

STEP (PG)

Unfolding over a single day inside a spacious apartment where a family has locked themselves in out of danger, Insyriated portrays the unimaginable life of many Syrians as war takes over their home.

LE DOULOS (12A)

With English Subtitles

INSYRIATED (15) Dir: Philippe Van Leeuw Belgium 2017 86m

TUE 19 – THU 21

CENTRE OF MY WORLD (15)

Dir: Amanda Lipitz US 2017 84m

The true-life story of a girls’ high-school step dance team. Their school’s goal is to have every member of their senior class accepted to college.

Dir: Jakob M. Ewra Germany 2016 115m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Louis Hoffman, Jannik Schümann

Dir: Jean-Pierre Melville France/Italy 1962 106m

Based on the best-selling young adult novel, this romantic coming-of-age drama explores a summer in the life of 17-year-old student Phil who gets closer to his friend Kat to escape th tension between his sister and mother. But when the mysterious and handsome Nicholas enrols at their school, the bond between Kat and Phil is put to the test.

Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Serge Reggiani

FRI 22, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION From Ruth Maxey from The University of Nottingham.

Dir: Juan Carlos Medina UK 2016 109m

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 8

ACCESS CINEMA MON 11, 6.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 22

Quentin Tarantino called Le Doulos “my favourite screenplay of all time,” and one can see in its twisty tale of treachery a template for Reservoir Dogs. The impossibly cool Le Doulos is a pure expression of Melville’s style, as well as his tribute to American cinema. TIFF

DAPHNE (CERT TBC)

ACCESS CINEMA MON 25, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THU 28, 6PM DAPHNE PREVIEW & Q&A With director Peter Mackie Burns.

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

After discovering he comes from a long line of monsters, Lucas sets off to find the rest of his family.

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

THE BOY AND THE BEAST (12) 114m A young orphan is taken in by a gruff warrior beast.

Starring: Emily Beecham, Geraldine James

Londoner Daphne is strong and funny, but she’s not happy and has “sort of given up on people” - her mum included. When she witnesses a violent crime, she is forced to put things back into perspective and take a fresh look at her fractured life.

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Peter Mackie Burns UK 2017 90m

STEP (PG) 84m See page 2 for details.

SAT 16, 12.30PM See page 1 for details.

TUE 19, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 9, 1.45PM

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WIND RIVER (15) 107m FROM FRI 29

An all-new story from the original creator of the global phenomenon, Kazuki Takahashi. [In English]

Sun 3

112m

Mon 4

Tue 5

See page 2 for details.

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

Wed 6

Thu 7

SAT 23, 1PM THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG) 112m

See page 2 for details.

NAPPING PRINCESS (PG) 111m

A young girl dreams of a world where she has magic powers, but events from her dreamland start tangling up with the real world. [In English]

Fri 8

SAT 30, 1PM

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

HOTEL SALVATION (PG) 102m DAPHNE

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

LE DOULOS

CENTRE OF MY WORLD

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

STEP

SEPTEMBER 2017

INSYRIATED

THE EMOJI MOVIE (PG) 86m

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 3 for details.

MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE (PG) 66m

A young boy rediscovers the meaning of family and home after losing his mother. [In English]

SAT 9, 12.15PM

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m At a school dance, Lucas discovers he comes from a long line of monsters and embarks on a fabulously scary journey to find the rest of his family.

Sat 9

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web

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

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Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Yu-gi-oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions PG p4

3:30 2:45 2:00 3:45 11:00 1:30

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Cinema Paradiso 15 p10

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Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web The Graduate 12A p4 John le Carré - An Evening with George Smiley p10

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 David Gilmore Live at Pompeii PG p10

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 Step PG p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 Wind River 15 p1 3:00 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 5:30 Centre of My World 15 p2 TIMES TBC Step PG p2 4:30 6:30 My Pure Land p2 2:15 The Boy and the Beast 12 p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web Melody Makers 10:00

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 3:30 6:00 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 TIMES TBC Step PG p2 4:30 6:30 My Pure Land p2 2:15 Some Like it Hot U p10 2:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 Step - Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Wed 27

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Music Room U p8

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Clay Bird PG p8 Victoria and Abdul - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

3:15 5:45 TIMES TBC 3:00 5:30 5:15

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Scorching Winds PG p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 10:30 1:30 Black Sabbath: The End of the End p10 Daphne Preview + Q&A p3 6:00 Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Daphne p3 Reservoir Dogs 18 p10 Tarantino Party Night Cafébar from 8pm

3:30 6:00 2:45 5:45 TIMES TBC 6:30

Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 12:45 3:30 6:00 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 TIMES TBC Daphne p3 TIMES TBC Becoming Cary Grant p10 1:30 My Life as a Courgette PG p4 1:00

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:00 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES Borg Vs McEnroe p3 3:00 Hotel Salvation PG p3 12:30 Bombay 12 p8 Mary Poppins U p10 2:00 Short Stack p9

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 12:30 3:00 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 2:45 The Cloud-Capped Star PG p8 5:00 Napping Princess PG p4 1:00 DSLR Workshop 10:00

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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

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WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

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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.

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY! SEE PAGE 12

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

SEPTEMBER 2017

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

Fri 1

Sat 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL

CONTINUING INTO SEPTEMBER

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 29

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

PATTI CAKE$ (15)

WIND RIVER (15)

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

MY PURE LAND (CERT TBC)

BORG VS MCENROE (CERT TBC)

HOTEL SALVATION (PG)

SAT 2, 12NOON

Dir: Taylor Sheridan US 2017 107m

Dir: Stephen Frears UK/US 2017 112m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Janus Metz Sweden 2017 rt tbc

With English Subtitles

GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (PG)

THE GRADUATE (12A) 101m

Dir: Geremy Jasper US 2017 109m

DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME (CERT TBC)

Starring: Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett

Starring: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen

Starring: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal

Dir: Sarmad Masud UK 2017 92m

Dir: Bill Morrison US 2016 120m

Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason

Dir: Shubhashish Bhutiani India 2016 102m

Dir: Simon Curtis UK 2017 107m

Meet Patricia Dombrowski, aka Killa P, aka Patti Cake$ - an aspiring rapper on her quest for hip-hop superstardom. Her daily routine mainly involves brushing off the bullies and working at a dive bar to support her ailing grandmother and hard-drinking mother. But Patti is determined. With the help of her friends, she’s going to make it big.

The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s reign. When Abdul Karim, a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favour with the Queen herself. The two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle all attempt to destroy.

Starring: Suhaee Abro, Eman Malik

Morrison’s latest film depicts the history of a Canadian gold rush town and how a First Nation hunting camp was transformed and displaced, by chronicling the life cycle of a singular film collection – 533 nitrate stock films from the 1910s and 1920s, lost for over 50 years until found in a sub-arctic swimming pool.

Borg Vs McEnroe tells the story of the epic rivalry between Swedish tennis legend Björn Borg and his greatest adversary, the brash American John McEnroe, which came to a head during the 1980 Wimbledon Championships.

Starring: Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie

Following a prophetic dream, 77-year-old Daya announces that his time has come and that he must go to the holy city of Varanasi to achieve salvation in his final days. His son, Rajiv, reluctantly agrees to accompany him, but once there, Daya is reinvigorated, making new friends with the other ‘dying’ residents, and forcing the father and son to reconnect.

A rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his young son Christopher Robin, whose stuffed toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing welcome hope and comfort to England in the wake of WWI. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will be the cost to the family?

YU-GI-OH! THE MOVIE: THE DARK SIDE OF DIMENSIONS (PG) 129m

Dir: Francis Lee UK 2017 105m

This intelligent crime drama is the directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water, Sicario). Cory Lambert is a wildlife officer in Wyoming. When he discovers the body of a young Native American woman, the FBI come knocking. Rookie agent Jane Banner is assigned to the case and requires Lambert’s aid in the inhospitable terrain. Superbly directing his own screenplay, Sheridan brings his trademark sense of place, fully drawn characters and real emotion to bear. This stylish, potent mystery also features the music of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.

Dustin Hoffman plays a young man who’s led astray by the seductive Mrs Robinson, mother of the girl he loves. Mike Nichols’s masterpiece returns beautifully restored for its 50th anniversary.

Starring: Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu

Sydney Film Festival

LOGAN LUCKY (12A) 119m

PATTI CAKE$ GOD’S OWN COUNTRY WIND RIVER INSYRIATED CENTRE OF MY WORLD BORG VS MCENROE GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN DAPHNE

FROM FRI 1

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY (15) Johnny is running the family farm in Yorkshire, helping his father whose health is deteriorating. He attempts to numb the frustrations of his father’s criticism and desolate existence through drinking and casual sex. Martin hires a Romanian worker, Gheorghe, to help on the farm, and the two young men soon start a passionate relationship.

DETROIT (15) 143m

This striking drama is based on a remarkable true story, told in partial flashbacks, about how a mother and her two daughters try to protect their remote Pakistan home, picking up machine guns to fight off a virtual army of armed men. In the best traditions of Assault on Precinct 13, the women do all they can to survive and with their supply of bullets dwindling they still refuse to give in. An impressive first feature from Nottingham-raised director, Sarmad Masud.

ACCESS CINEMA TUE 19, 5.45PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 15, 8.30PM INTRODUCTION Christina Newland, a lecturer and journalist who writes for The Guardian and Sight & Sound on film and culture will introduce this screening.

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM (15)

SUN 24, 2PM Q&A AND BOOK SIGNING Join us for a conversation with Shrabani Basu, the author of ‘Victoria and Abdul’.

Starring: Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy

London, 1880. Inspector Kildare is tasked to calm the population as a series of horrendous murders shakes the Limehouse district. With the killer on the loose, he is already working against the clock when he is drawn to the trial of a young music hall performer accused of poisoning her husband. As he delves into both cases, Kildare comes to realise the two may be connected. Based on Peter Ackroyd’s novel, The Limehouse Golem is a foggy and suspenseful Gothic thriller.

With English Subtitles

FRI 15 – TUE 19

Starring: Hiam Abbas, Diamand Bou Abboud

STEP (PG)

Unfolding over a single day inside a spacious apartment where a family has locked themselves in out of danger, Insyriated portrays the unimaginable life of many Syrians as war takes over their home.

LE DOULOS (12A)

With English Subtitles

INSYRIATED (15) Dir: Philippe Van Leeuw Belgium 2017 86m

TUE 19 – THU 21

CENTRE OF MY WORLD (15)

Dir: Amanda Lipitz US 2017 84m

The true-life story of a girls’ high-school step dance team. Their school’s goal is to have every member of their senior class accepted to college.

Dir: Jakob M. Ewra Germany 2016 115m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Louis Hoffman, Jannik Schümann

Dir: Jean-Pierre Melville France/Italy 1962 106m

Based on the best-selling young adult novel, this romantic coming-of-age drama explores a summer in the life of 17-year-old student Phil who gets closer to his friend Kat to escape th tension between his sister and mother. But when the mysterious and handsome Nicholas enrols at their school, the bond between Kat and Phil is put to the test.

Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Serge Reggiani

FRI 22, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION From Ruth Maxey from The University of Nottingham.

Dir: Juan Carlos Medina UK 2016 109m

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 8

ACCESS CINEMA MON 11, 6.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 22

Quentin Tarantino called Le Doulos “my favourite screenplay of all time,” and one can see in its twisty tale of treachery a template for Reservoir Dogs. The impossibly cool Le Doulos is a pure expression of Melville’s style, as well as his tribute to American cinema. TIFF

DAPHNE (CERT TBC)

ACCESS CINEMA MON 25, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THU 28, 6PM DAPHNE PREVIEW & Q&A With director Peter Mackie Burns.

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

After discovering he comes from a long line of monsters, Lucas sets off to find the rest of his family.

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

THE BOY AND THE BEAST (12) 114m A young orphan is taken in by a gruff warrior beast.

Starring: Emily Beecham, Geraldine James

Londoner Daphne is strong and funny, but she’s not happy and has “sort of given up on people” - her mum included. When she witnesses a violent crime, she is forced to put things back into perspective and take a fresh look at her fractured life.

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Peter Mackie Burns UK 2017 90m

STEP (PG) 84m See page 2 for details.

SAT 16, 12.30PM See page 1 for details.

TUE 19, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 9, 1.45PM

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WIND RIVER (15) 107m FROM FRI 29

An all-new story from the original creator of the global phenomenon, Kazuki Takahashi. [In English]

Sun 3

112m

Mon 4

Tue 5

See page 2 for details.

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

Wed 6

Thu 7

SAT 23, 1PM THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG) 112m

See page 2 for details.

NAPPING PRINCESS (PG) 111m

A young girl dreams of a world where she has magic powers, but events from her dreamland start tangling up with the real world. [In English]

Fri 8

SAT 30, 1PM

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

HOTEL SALVATION (PG) 102m DAPHNE

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

LE DOULOS

CENTRE OF MY WORLD

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STEP

SEPTEMBER 2017

INSYRIATED

THE EMOJI MOVIE (PG) 86m

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 3 for details.

MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE (PG) 66m

A young boy rediscovers the meaning of family and home after losing his mother. [In English]

SAT 9, 12.15PM

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m At a school dance, Lucas discovers he comes from a long line of monsters and embarks on a fabulously scary journey to find the rest of his family.

Sat 9

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web

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

3:30 2:45 2:00 3:45 11:00 1:30

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Yu-gi-oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions PG p4

3:30 2:45 2:00 3:45 11:00 1:30

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Cinema Paradiso 15 p10

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Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web The Graduate 12A p4 John le Carré - An Evening with George Smiley p10

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Monster Island PG p4 Monster Island - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Hidden Figures PG p10 Film Open p9 Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Oxide Ghosts p9

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 David Gilmore Live at Pompeii PG p10

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 Step PG p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 3:30 6:00 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 TIMES TBC Step PG p2 4:30 6:30 My Pure Land p2 2:15 Some Like it Hot U p10 2:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Music Room U p8

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Clay Bird PG p8 Victoria and Abdul - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Scorching Winds PG p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 10:30 1:30 Black Sabbath: The End of the End p10 Daphne Preview + Q&A p3 6:00 Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Daphne p3 Reservoir Dogs 18 p10 Tarantino Party Night Cafébar from 8pm

3:30 6:00 2:45 5:45 TIMES TBC 6:30

Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 12:45 3:30 6:00 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 TIMES TBC Daphne p3 TIMES TBC Becoming Cary Grant p10 1:30 My Life as a Courgette PG p4 1:00

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:00 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES Borg Vs McEnroe p3 3:00 Hotel Salvation PG p3 12:30 Bombay 12 p8 Mary Poppins U p10 2:00 Short Stack p9

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 12:30 3:00 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 2:45 The Cloud-Capped Star PG p8 5:00 Napping Princess PG p4 1:00 DSLR Workshop 10:00

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Pyaasa U p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Step PG p2 My Pure Land p2 Dispossession PG p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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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 times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

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WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

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WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY! SEE PAGE 12

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

SEPTEMBER 2017

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

Fri 1

Sat 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL

CONTINUING INTO SEPTEMBER

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 29

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

PATTI CAKE$ (15)

WIND RIVER (15)

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

MY PURE LAND (CERT TBC)

BORG VS MCENROE (CERT TBC)

HOTEL SALVATION (PG)

SAT 2, 12NOON

Dir: Taylor Sheridan US 2017 107m

Dir: Stephen Frears UK/US 2017 112m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Janus Metz Sweden 2017 rt tbc

With English Subtitles

GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (PG)

THE GRADUATE (12A) 101m

Dir: Geremy Jasper US 2017 109m

DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME (CERT TBC)

Starring: Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett

Starring: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen

Starring: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal

Dir: Sarmad Masud UK 2017 92m

Dir: Bill Morrison US 2016 120m

Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason

Dir: Shubhashish Bhutiani India 2016 102m

Dir: Simon Curtis UK 2017 107m

Meet Patricia Dombrowski, aka Killa P, aka Patti Cake$ - an aspiring rapper on her quest for hip-hop superstardom. Her daily routine mainly involves brushing off the bullies and working at a dive bar to support her ailing grandmother and hard-drinking mother. But Patti is determined. With the help of her friends, she’s going to make it big.

The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s reign. When Abdul Karim, a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favour with the Queen herself. The two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle all attempt to destroy.

Starring: Suhaee Abro, Eman Malik

Morrison’s latest film depicts the history of a Canadian gold rush town and how a First Nation hunting camp was transformed and displaced, by chronicling the life cycle of a singular film collection – 533 nitrate stock films from the 1910s and 1920s, lost for over 50 years until found in a sub-arctic swimming pool.

Borg Vs McEnroe tells the story of the epic rivalry between Swedish tennis legend Björn Borg and his greatest adversary, the brash American John McEnroe, which came to a head during the 1980 Wimbledon Championships.

Starring: Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie

Following a prophetic dream, 77-year-old Daya announces that his time has come and that he must go to the holy city of Varanasi to achieve salvation in his final days. His son, Rajiv, reluctantly agrees to accompany him, but once there, Daya is reinvigorated, making new friends with the other ‘dying’ residents, and forcing the father and son to reconnect.

A rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his young son Christopher Robin, whose stuffed toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing welcome hope and comfort to England in the wake of WWI. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will be the cost to the family?

YU-GI-OH! THE MOVIE: THE DARK SIDE OF DIMENSIONS (PG) 129m

Dir: Francis Lee UK 2017 105m

This intelligent crime drama is the directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water, Sicario). Cory Lambert is a wildlife officer in Wyoming. When he discovers the body of a young Native American woman, the FBI come knocking. Rookie agent Jane Banner is assigned to the case and requires Lambert’s aid in the inhospitable terrain. Superbly directing his own screenplay, Sheridan brings his trademark sense of place, fully drawn characters and real emotion to bear. This stylish, potent mystery also features the music of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.

Dustin Hoffman plays a young man who’s led astray by the seductive Mrs Robinson, mother of the girl he loves. Mike Nichols’s masterpiece returns beautifully restored for its 50th anniversary.

Starring: Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu

Sydney Film Festival

LOGAN LUCKY (12A) 119m

PATTI CAKE$ GOD’S OWN COUNTRY WIND RIVER INSYRIATED CENTRE OF MY WORLD BORG VS MCENROE GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN DAPHNE

FROM FRI 1

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY (15) Johnny is running the family farm in Yorkshire, helping his father whose health is deteriorating. He attempts to numb the frustrations of his father’s criticism and desolate existence through drinking and casual sex. Martin hires a Romanian worker, Gheorghe, to help on the farm, and the two young men soon start a passionate relationship.

DETROIT (15) 143m

This striking drama is based on a remarkable true story, told in partial flashbacks, about how a mother and her two daughters try to protect their remote Pakistan home, picking up machine guns to fight off a virtual army of armed men. In the best traditions of Assault on Precinct 13, the women do all they can to survive and with their supply of bullets dwindling they still refuse to give in. An impressive first feature from Nottingham-raised director, Sarmad Masud.

ACCESS CINEMA TUE 19, 5.45PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 15, 8.30PM INTRODUCTION Christina Newland, a lecturer and journalist who writes for The Guardian and Sight & Sound on film and culture will introduce this screening.

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM (15)

SUN 24, 2PM Q&A AND BOOK SIGNING Join us for a conversation with Shrabani Basu, the author of ‘Victoria and Abdul’.

Starring: Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy

London, 1880. Inspector Kildare is tasked to calm the population as a series of horrendous murders shakes the Limehouse district. With the killer on the loose, he is already working against the clock when he is drawn to the trial of a young music hall performer accused of poisoning her husband. As he delves into both cases, Kildare comes to realise the two may be connected. Based on Peter Ackroyd’s novel, The Limehouse Golem is a foggy and suspenseful Gothic thriller.

With English Subtitles

FRI 15 – TUE 19

Starring: Hiam Abbas, Diamand Bou Abboud

STEP (PG)

Unfolding over a single day inside a spacious apartment where a family has locked themselves in out of danger, Insyriated portrays the unimaginable life of many Syrians as war takes over their home.

LE DOULOS (12A)

With English Subtitles

INSYRIATED (15) Dir: Philippe Van Leeuw Belgium 2017 86m

TUE 19 – THU 21

CENTRE OF MY WORLD (15)

Dir: Amanda Lipitz US 2017 84m

The true-life story of a girls’ high-school step dance team. Their school’s goal is to have every member of their senior class accepted to college.

Dir: Jakob M. Ewra Germany 2016 115m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Louis Hoffman, Jannik Schümann

Dir: Jean-Pierre Melville France/Italy 1962 106m

Based on the best-selling young adult novel, this romantic coming-of-age drama explores a summer in the life of 17-year-old student Phil who gets closer to his friend Kat to escape th tension between his sister and mother. But when the mysterious and handsome Nicholas enrols at their school, the bond between Kat and Phil is put to the test.

Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Serge Reggiani

FRI 22, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION From Ruth Maxey from The University of Nottingham.

Dir: Juan Carlos Medina UK 2016 109m

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 8

ACCESS CINEMA MON 11, 6.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 22

Quentin Tarantino called Le Doulos “my favourite screenplay of all time,” and one can see in its twisty tale of treachery a template for Reservoir Dogs. The impossibly cool Le Doulos is a pure expression of Melville’s style, as well as his tribute to American cinema. TIFF

DAPHNE (CERT TBC)

ACCESS CINEMA MON 25, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THU 28, 6PM DAPHNE PREVIEW & Q&A With director Peter Mackie Burns.

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

After discovering he comes from a long line of monsters, Lucas sets off to find the rest of his family.

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

THE BOY AND THE BEAST (12) 114m A young orphan is taken in by a gruff warrior beast.

Starring: Emily Beecham, Geraldine James

Londoner Daphne is strong and funny, but she’s not happy and has “sort of given up on people” - her mum included. When she witnesses a violent crime, she is forced to put things back into perspective and take a fresh look at her fractured life.

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Peter Mackie Burns UK 2017 90m

STEP (PG) 84m See page 2 for details.

SAT 16, 12.30PM See page 1 for details.

TUE 19, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 9, 1.45PM

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WIND RIVER (15) 107m FROM FRI 29

An all-new story from the original creator of the global phenomenon, Kazuki Takahashi. [In English]

Sun 3

112m

Mon 4

Tue 5

See page 2 for details.

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

Wed 6

Thu 7

SAT 23, 1PM THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG) 112m

See page 2 for details.

NAPPING PRINCESS (PG) 111m

A young girl dreams of a world where she has magic powers, but events from her dreamland start tangling up with the real world. [In English]

Fri 8

SAT 30, 1PM

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

HOTEL SALVATION (PG) 102m DAPHNE

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

LE DOULOS

CENTRE OF MY WORLD

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

STEP

SEPTEMBER 2017

INSYRIATED

THE EMOJI MOVIE (PG) 86m

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 3 for details.

MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE (PG) 66m

A young boy rediscovers the meaning of family and home after losing his mother. [In English]

SAT 9, 12.15PM

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m At a school dance, Lucas discovers he comes from a long line of monsters and embarks on a fabulously scary journey to find the rest of his family.

Sat 9

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web

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

3:30 2:45 2:00 3:45 11:00 1:30

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Yu-gi-oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions PG p4

3:30 2:45 2:00 3:45 11:00 1:30

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Cinema Paradiso 15 p10

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Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web The Graduate 12A p4 John le Carré - An Evening with George Smiley p10

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Sat 16 7:45

Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Monster Island PG p4 Monster Island - Supportive Environment Screening PG p4

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

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Hidden Figures PG p10 Film Open p9 Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 Oxide Ghosts p9

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

3:30 3:15 TIMES TIMES

Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 David Gilmore Live at Pompeii PG p10

3:30 3:15 TIMES TIMES

Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 Step PG p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 Wind River 15 p1 3:00 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 5:30 Centre of My World 15 p2 TIMES TBC Step PG p2 4:30 6:30 My Pure Land p2 2:15 The Boy and the Beast 12 p4 12:30 More Films TBC - See Web Melody Makers 10:00

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 Step - Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Music Room U p8

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Clay Bird PG p8 Victoria and Abdul - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Scorching Winds PG p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 10:30 1:30 Black Sabbath: The End of the End p10 Daphne Preview + Q&A p3 6:00 Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Daphne p3 Reservoir Dogs 18 p10 Tarantino Party Night Cafébar from 8pm

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Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 12:45 3:30 6:00 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 TIMES TBC Daphne p3 TIMES TBC Becoming Cary Grant p10 1:30 My Life as a Courgette PG p4 1:00

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WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

01

02

WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

03

WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY! SEE PAGE 12

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

SEPTEMBER 2017

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

Fri 1

Sat 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL

CONTINUING INTO SEPTEMBER

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 29

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

PATTI CAKE$ (15)

WIND RIVER (15)

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

MY PURE LAND (CERT TBC)

BORG VS MCENROE (CERT TBC)

HOTEL SALVATION (PG)

SAT 2, 12NOON

Dir: Taylor Sheridan US 2017 107m

Dir: Stephen Frears UK/US 2017 112m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Janus Metz Sweden 2017 rt tbc

With English Subtitles

GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (PG)

THE GRADUATE (12A) 101m

Dir: Geremy Jasper US 2017 109m

DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME (CERT TBC)

Starring: Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett

Starring: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen

Starring: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal

Dir: Sarmad Masud UK 2017 92m

Dir: Bill Morrison US 2016 120m

Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason

Dir: Shubhashish Bhutiani India 2016 102m

Dir: Simon Curtis UK 2017 107m

Meet Patricia Dombrowski, aka Killa P, aka Patti Cake$ - an aspiring rapper on her quest for hip-hop superstardom. Her daily routine mainly involves brushing off the bullies and working at a dive bar to support her ailing grandmother and hard-drinking mother. But Patti is determined. With the help of her friends, she’s going to make it big.

The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s reign. When Abdul Karim, a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favour with the Queen herself. The two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle all attempt to destroy.

Starring: Suhaee Abro, Eman Malik

Morrison’s latest film depicts the history of a Canadian gold rush town and how a First Nation hunting camp was transformed and displaced, by chronicling the life cycle of a singular film collection – 533 nitrate stock films from the 1910s and 1920s, lost for over 50 years until found in a sub-arctic swimming pool.

Borg Vs McEnroe tells the story of the epic rivalry between Swedish tennis legend Björn Borg and his greatest adversary, the brash American John McEnroe, which came to a head during the 1980 Wimbledon Championships.

Starring: Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie

Following a prophetic dream, 77-year-old Daya announces that his time has come and that he must go to the holy city of Varanasi to achieve salvation in his final days. His son, Rajiv, reluctantly agrees to accompany him, but once there, Daya is reinvigorated, making new friends with the other ‘dying’ residents, and forcing the father and son to reconnect.

A rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his young son Christopher Robin, whose stuffed toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing welcome hope and comfort to England in the wake of WWI. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will be the cost to the family?

YU-GI-OH! THE MOVIE: THE DARK SIDE OF DIMENSIONS (PG) 129m

Dir: Francis Lee UK 2017 105m

This intelligent crime drama is the directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water, Sicario). Cory Lambert is a wildlife officer in Wyoming. When he discovers the body of a young Native American woman, the FBI come knocking. Rookie agent Jane Banner is assigned to the case and requires Lambert’s aid in the inhospitable terrain. Superbly directing his own screenplay, Sheridan brings his trademark sense of place, fully drawn characters and real emotion to bear. This stylish, potent mystery also features the music of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.

Dustin Hoffman plays a young man who’s led astray by the seductive Mrs Robinson, mother of the girl he loves. Mike Nichols’s masterpiece returns beautifully restored for its 50th anniversary.

Starring: Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu

Sydney Film Festival

LOGAN LUCKY (12A) 119m

PATTI CAKE$ GOD’S OWN COUNTRY WIND RIVER INSYRIATED CENTRE OF MY WORLD BORG VS MCENROE GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN DAPHNE

FROM FRI 1

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY (15) Johnny is running the family farm in Yorkshire, helping his father whose health is deteriorating. He attempts to numb the frustrations of his father’s criticism and desolate existence through drinking and casual sex. Martin hires a Romanian worker, Gheorghe, to help on the farm, and the two young men soon start a passionate relationship.

DETROIT (15) 143m

This striking drama is based on a remarkable true story, told in partial flashbacks, about how a mother and her two daughters try to protect their remote Pakistan home, picking up machine guns to fight off a virtual army of armed men. In the best traditions of Assault on Precinct 13, the women do all they can to survive and with their supply of bullets dwindling they still refuse to give in. An impressive first feature from Nottingham-raised director, Sarmad Masud.

ACCESS CINEMA TUE 19, 5.45PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 15, 8.30PM INTRODUCTION Christina Newland, a lecturer and journalist who writes for The Guardian and Sight & Sound on film and culture will introduce this screening.

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM (15)

SUN 24, 2PM Q&A AND BOOK SIGNING Join us for a conversation with Shrabani Basu, the author of ‘Victoria and Abdul’.

Starring: Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy

London, 1880. Inspector Kildare is tasked to calm the population as a series of horrendous murders shakes the Limehouse district. With the killer on the loose, he is already working against the clock when he is drawn to the trial of a young music hall performer accused of poisoning her husband. As he delves into both cases, Kildare comes to realise the two may be connected. Based on Peter Ackroyd’s novel, The Limehouse Golem is a foggy and suspenseful Gothic thriller.

With English Subtitles

FRI 15 – TUE 19

Starring: Hiam Abbas, Diamand Bou Abboud

STEP (PG)

Unfolding over a single day inside a spacious apartment where a family has locked themselves in out of danger, Insyriated portrays the unimaginable life of many Syrians as war takes over their home.

LE DOULOS (12A)

With English Subtitles

INSYRIATED (15) Dir: Philippe Van Leeuw Belgium 2017 86m

TUE 19 – THU 21

CENTRE OF MY WORLD (15)

Dir: Amanda Lipitz US 2017 84m

The true-life story of a girls’ high-school step dance team. Their school’s goal is to have every member of their senior class accepted to college.

Dir: Jakob M. Ewra Germany 2016 115m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Louis Hoffman, Jannik Schümann

Dir: Jean-Pierre Melville France/Italy 1962 106m

Based on the best-selling young adult novel, this romantic coming-of-age drama explores a summer in the life of 17-year-old student Phil who gets closer to his friend Kat to escape th tension between his sister and mother. But when the mysterious and handsome Nicholas enrols at their school, the bond between Kat and Phil is put to the test.

Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Serge Reggiani

FRI 22, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION From Ruth Maxey from The University of Nottingham.

Dir: Juan Carlos Medina UK 2016 109m

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 8

ACCESS CINEMA MON 11, 6.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 22

Quentin Tarantino called Le Doulos “my favourite screenplay of all time,” and one can see in its twisty tale of treachery a template for Reservoir Dogs. The impossibly cool Le Doulos is a pure expression of Melville’s style, as well as his tribute to American cinema. TIFF

DAPHNE (CERT TBC)

ACCESS CINEMA MON 25, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THU 28, 6PM DAPHNE PREVIEW & Q&A With director Peter Mackie Burns.

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

After discovering he comes from a long line of monsters, Lucas sets off to find the rest of his family.

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

THE BOY AND THE BEAST (12) 114m A young orphan is taken in by a gruff warrior beast.

Starring: Emily Beecham, Geraldine James

Londoner Daphne is strong and funny, but she’s not happy and has “sort of given up on people” - her mum included. When she witnesses a violent crime, she is forced to put things back into perspective and take a fresh look at her fractured life.

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Peter Mackie Burns UK 2017 90m

STEP (PG) 84m See page 2 for details.

SAT 16, 12.30PM See page 1 for details.

TUE 19, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 9, 1.45PM

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WIND RIVER (15) 107m FROM FRI 29

An all-new story from the original creator of the global phenomenon, Kazuki Takahashi. [In English]

Sun 3

112m

Mon 4

Tue 5

See page 2 for details.

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

Wed 6

Thu 7

SAT 23, 1PM THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG) 112m

See page 2 for details.

NAPPING PRINCESS (PG) 111m

A young girl dreams of a world where she has magic powers, but events from her dreamland start tangling up with the real world. [In English]

Fri 8

SAT 30, 1PM

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

HOTEL SALVATION (PG) 102m DAPHNE

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

LE DOULOS

CENTRE OF MY WORLD

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

STEP

SEPTEMBER 2017

INSYRIATED

THE EMOJI MOVIE (PG) 86m

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 3 for details.

MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE (PG) 66m

A young boy rediscovers the meaning of family and home after losing his mother. [In English]

SAT 9, 12.15PM

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m At a school dance, Lucas discovers he comes from a long line of monsters and embarks on a fabulously scary journey to find the rest of his family.

Sat 9

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web

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

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Clay Bird PG p8 Victoria and Abdul - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Scorching Winds PG p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 10:30 1:30 Black Sabbath: The End of the End p10 Daphne Preview + Q&A p3 6:00 Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Daphne p3 Reservoir Dogs 18 p10 Tarantino Party Night Cafébar from 8pm

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Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 12:45 3:30 6:00 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 TIMES TBC Daphne p3 TIMES TBC Becoming Cary Grant p10 1:30 My Life as a Courgette PG p4 1:00

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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

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WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

WHAT’S ON SEPTEMBER 2017

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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.

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY! SEE PAGE 12

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

SEPTEMBER 2017

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

Fri 1

Sat 2

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL

CONTINUING INTO SEPTEMBER

FROM FRI 1

FROM FRI 8

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 22

FROM FRI 29

THU 7, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

PATTI CAKE$ (15)

WIND RIVER (15)

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

MY PURE LAND (CERT TBC)

BORG VS MCENROE (CERT TBC)

HOTEL SALVATION (PG)

SAT 2, 12NOON

Dir: Taylor Sheridan US 2017 107m

Dir: Stephen Frears UK/US 2017 112m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Janus Metz Sweden 2017 rt tbc

With English Subtitles

GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (PG)

THE GRADUATE (12A) 101m

Dir: Geremy Jasper US 2017 109m

DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME (CERT TBC)

Starring: Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett

Starring: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen

Starring: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal

Dir: Sarmad Masud UK 2017 92m

Dir: Bill Morrison US 2016 120m

Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason

Dir: Shubhashish Bhutiani India 2016 102m

Dir: Simon Curtis UK 2017 107m

Meet Patricia Dombrowski, aka Killa P, aka Patti Cake$ - an aspiring rapper on her quest for hip-hop superstardom. Her daily routine mainly involves brushing off the bullies and working at a dive bar to support her ailing grandmother and hard-drinking mother. But Patti is determined. With the help of her friends, she’s going to make it big.

The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s reign. When Abdul Karim, a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favour with the Queen herself. The two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle all attempt to destroy.

Starring: Suhaee Abro, Eman Malik

Morrison’s latest film depicts the history of a Canadian gold rush town and how a First Nation hunting camp was transformed and displaced, by chronicling the life cycle of a singular film collection – 533 nitrate stock films from the 1910s and 1920s, lost for over 50 years until found in a sub-arctic swimming pool.

Borg Vs McEnroe tells the story of the epic rivalry between Swedish tennis legend Björn Borg and his greatest adversary, the brash American John McEnroe, which came to a head during the 1980 Wimbledon Championships.

Starring: Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie

Following a prophetic dream, 77-year-old Daya announces that his time has come and that he must go to the holy city of Varanasi to achieve salvation in his final days. His son, Rajiv, reluctantly agrees to accompany him, but once there, Daya is reinvigorated, making new friends with the other ‘dying’ residents, and forcing the father and son to reconnect.

A rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his young son Christopher Robin, whose stuffed toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing welcome hope and comfort to England in the wake of WWI. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will be the cost to the family?

YU-GI-OH! THE MOVIE: THE DARK SIDE OF DIMENSIONS (PG) 129m

Dir: Francis Lee UK 2017 105m

This intelligent crime drama is the directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water, Sicario). Cory Lambert is a wildlife officer in Wyoming. When he discovers the body of a young Native American woman, the FBI come knocking. Rookie agent Jane Banner is assigned to the case and requires Lambert’s aid in the inhospitable terrain. Superbly directing his own screenplay, Sheridan brings his trademark sense of place, fully drawn characters and real emotion to bear. This stylish, potent mystery also features the music of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.

Dustin Hoffman plays a young man who’s led astray by the seductive Mrs Robinson, mother of the girl he loves. Mike Nichols’s masterpiece returns beautifully restored for its 50th anniversary.

Starring: Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu

Sydney Film Festival

LOGAN LUCKY (12A) 119m

PATTI CAKE$ GOD’S OWN COUNTRY WIND RIVER INSYRIATED CENTRE OF MY WORLD BORG VS MCENROE GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN DAPHNE

FROM FRI 1

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY (15) Johnny is running the family farm in Yorkshire, helping his father whose health is deteriorating. He attempts to numb the frustrations of his father’s criticism and desolate existence through drinking and casual sex. Martin hires a Romanian worker, Gheorghe, to help on the farm, and the two young men soon start a passionate relationship.

DETROIT (15) 143m

This striking drama is based on a remarkable true story, told in partial flashbacks, about how a mother and her two daughters try to protect their remote Pakistan home, picking up machine guns to fight off a virtual army of armed men. In the best traditions of Assault on Precinct 13, the women do all they can to survive and with their supply of bullets dwindling they still refuse to give in. An impressive first feature from Nottingham-raised director, Sarmad Masud.

ACCESS CINEMA TUE 19, 5.45PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FRI 15, 8.30PM INTRODUCTION Christina Newland, a lecturer and journalist who writes for The Guardian and Sight & Sound on film and culture will introduce this screening.

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM (15)

SUN 24, 2PM Q&A AND BOOK SIGNING Join us for a conversation with Shrabani Basu, the author of ‘Victoria and Abdul’.

Starring: Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy

London, 1880. Inspector Kildare is tasked to calm the population as a series of horrendous murders shakes the Limehouse district. With the killer on the loose, he is already working against the clock when he is drawn to the trial of a young music hall performer accused of poisoning her husband. As he delves into both cases, Kildare comes to realise the two may be connected. Based on Peter Ackroyd’s novel, The Limehouse Golem is a foggy and suspenseful Gothic thriller.

With English Subtitles

FRI 15 – TUE 19

Starring: Hiam Abbas, Diamand Bou Abboud

STEP (PG)

Unfolding over a single day inside a spacious apartment where a family has locked themselves in out of danger, Insyriated portrays the unimaginable life of many Syrians as war takes over their home.

LE DOULOS (12A)

With English Subtitles

INSYRIATED (15) Dir: Philippe Van Leeuw Belgium 2017 86m

TUE 19 – THU 21

CENTRE OF MY WORLD (15)

Dir: Amanda Lipitz US 2017 84m

The true-life story of a girls’ high-school step dance team. Their school’s goal is to have every member of their senior class accepted to college.

Dir: Jakob M. Ewra Germany 2016 115m

With English Subtitles

Starring: Louis Hoffman, Jannik Schümann

Dir: Jean-Pierre Melville France/Italy 1962 106m

Based on the best-selling young adult novel, this romantic coming-of-age drama explores a summer in the life of 17-year-old student Phil who gets closer to his friend Kat to escape th tension between his sister and mother. But when the mysterious and handsome Nicholas enrols at their school, the bond between Kat and Phil is put to the test.

Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Serge Reggiani

FRI 22, 7.45PM INTRODUCTION From Ruth Maxey from The University of Nottingham.

Dir: Juan Carlos Medina UK 2016 109m

FROM FRI 15

FROM FRI 8

ACCESS CINEMA MON 11, 6.15PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 22

Quentin Tarantino called Le Doulos “my favourite screenplay of all time,” and one can see in its twisty tale of treachery a template for Reservoir Dogs. The impossibly cool Le Doulos is a pure expression of Melville’s style, as well as his tribute to American cinema. TIFF

DAPHNE (CERT TBC)

ACCESS CINEMA MON 25, 8.30PM This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THU 28, 6PM DAPHNE PREVIEW & Q&A With director Peter Mackie Burns.

TUE 26, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

After discovering he comes from a long line of monsters, Lucas sets off to find the rest of his family.

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG)

THE BOY AND THE BEAST (12) 114m A young orphan is taken in by a gruff warrior beast.

Starring: Emily Beecham, Geraldine James

Londoner Daphne is strong and funny, but she’s not happy and has “sort of given up on people” - her mum included. When she witnesses a violent crime, she is forced to put things back into perspective and take a fresh look at her fractured life.

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Peter Mackie Burns UK 2017 90m

STEP (PG) 84m See page 2 for details.

SAT 16, 12.30PM See page 1 for details.

TUE 19, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 9, 1.45PM

THU 14, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

WIND RIVER (15) 107m FROM FRI 29

An all-new story from the original creator of the global phenomenon, Kazuki Takahashi. [In English]

Sun 3

112m

Mon 4

Tue 5

See page 2 for details.

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

Wed 6

Thu 7

SAT 23, 1PM THU 21, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

VICTORIA AND ABDUL (PG) 112m

See page 2 for details.

NAPPING PRINCESS (PG) 111m

A young girl dreams of a world where she has magic powers, but events from her dreamland start tangling up with the real world. [In English]

Fri 8

SAT 30, 1PM

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

HOTEL SALVATION (PG) 102m DAPHNE

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

LE DOULOS

CENTRE OF MY WORLD

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

STEP

SEPTEMBER 2017

INSYRIATED

THE EMOJI MOVIE (PG) 86m

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

THU 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

See page 3 for details.

MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE (PG) 66m

A young boy rediscovers the meaning of family and home after losing his mother. [In English]

SAT 9, 12.15PM

MONSTER ISLAND (PG) 80m At a school dance, Lucas discovers he comes from a long line of monsters and embarks on a fabulously scary journey to find the rest of his family.

Sat 9

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web

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

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Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Yu-gi-oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions PG p4

3:30 2:45 2:00 3:45 11:00 1:30

Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Cinema Paradiso 15 p10

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Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Detroit 15 See web God’s Own Country 15 p1 The Emoji Movie U See web The Graduate 12A p4 John le Carré - An Evening with George Smiley p10

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafébar 8.45pm

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1 David Gilmore Live at Pompeii PG p10

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Wind River 15 p1 Patti Cake$ 15 p1 Logan Lucky 12A See web Insyriated 15 p1 God’s Own Country 15 p1

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 Step PG p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 3:30 6:00 Wind River 15 p1 Dawson City: Frozen Time p2 Centre of My World 15 p2 TIMES TBC Step PG p2 4:30 6:30 My Pure Land p2 2:15 Some Like it Hot U p10 2:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 Step - Bringing Up Baby Screenings PG p4 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Le Doulos 12A p2 My Pure Land p2 More Films TBC - See Web Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Music Room U p8

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 The Clay Bird PG p8 Victoria and Abdul - Bringing Up Baby Screenings p4 10:30 Film Quiz - Cafébar 8.45pm

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Scorching Winds PG p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 10:30 1:30 Black Sabbath: The End of the End p10 Daphne Preview + Q&A p3 6:00 Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Daphne p3 Reservoir Dogs 18 p10 Tarantino Party Night Cafébar from 8pm

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Goodbye Christopher Robin PG p3 12:45 3:30 6:00 Victoria and Abdul PG p2 2:45 5:45 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 TIMES TBC Daphne p3 TIMES TBC Becoming Cary Grant p10 1:30 My Life as a Courgette PG p4 1:00

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 12:45 3:15 5:45 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 TIMES TBC Borg Vs McEnroe p3 12:30 3:00 5:30 Hotel Salvation PG p3 2:45 The Cloud-Capped Star PG p8 5:00 Napping Princess PG p4 1:00 DSLR Workshop 10:00

Victoria and Abdul PG p2 The Limehouse Golem 15 p3 Borg Vs McEnroe p3 Hotel Salvation PG p3 Pyaasa U p8

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Victoria and Abdul PG p2 Wind River 15 p1 Centre of My World 15 p2 Step PG p2 My Pure Land p2 Dispossession PG p9 More Films TBC - See Web

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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 times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


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SEPTEMBER 2017

INDIA ON FILM

08

A chance to celebrate rarely seen classics of Indian cinema. Many of these films have been previously unavailable to screen in the UK and there is no better time to watch them than this seventieth anniversary year of India’s independence.

SEPTEMBER 2017

09

SEPTEMBER 2017

LIVE BY SATELLITE

Ruth Maxey and Paul McGarr from The University of Nottingham will be introducing these screenings.

10

MY MOVIES

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

With thanks to Skinder Hundal and The New Art Exchange.

RESERVOIR DOGS (18) SUN 3, 2PM

Dir: Quentin Tarantino US 1992 99m Starring: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth

For more information and to book any of the above courses and workshops visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/film_courses

SUN 24, 5PM

TUE 26, 7.45PM

THE MUSIC ROOM (U) + INTRO

BOMBAY (12) + INTRO

THE CLAY BIRD (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Mani Ratnam India 1995 138m

Dir: Tareque Masud Bangladesh 2002 98m

Dir: Satyajit Ray India 1958 100m

Starring: Arvind Swamy, Manisha Koirala

Starring: Nurul Islam Bablu, Russell Farazi

Starring: Chhabi Biswas, Sardar Akhtar

Mani Ratman’s melodrama of starcrossed lovers is set during the 1993 Bombay riots and is masterfully scored by A. R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire). Gorgeous songs and brilliantly choreographed dance numbers tell the story of a Hindu man and Muslim woman seeking to find a place for their love in a repressive society.

The masterpiece of Bangladeshi director Tareque Masud, The Clay Bird won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes 2002. As Bangladesh gains independence in 1960, a young boy is sent to a madrasa by his devout Muslim father. But the divisions both within his family and within the country are not so easily resolved.

Produced between the final two parts of his celebrated Aputrilogy, Satyijat Ray’s evocative, masterful film is a parable of modernity clashing with tradition, set within the decaying palace of a landlord incapable of seeing that the world around him is crumbling.

*Please note this course is designed for people wishing to take their very first steps into filmmaking and not aimed at those with any prior experience.

VIRTUAL REALITY RESIDENCIES Throughout September, watch artists make three-dimensional art in virtual reality. Drop by, step inside their work and try making VR art yourself. See www.nearnow.org.uk to find out more. SAT 9 SEP KID30 SAT 16 SEP HONEY WILLIAMS SAT 30 SEP SCARCE

To find out more about how we inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film, visit www.broadway.org.uk/support_us

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

35mm

MON 25, 7.45PM

PYAASA (U) + INTRO With English Subtitles

SCORCHING WINDS (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

Dir: Guru Dutt India 1957 138m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ritwik Ghatak India 1960 126m

Starring: Mala Sinha, Guru Dutt

Dir: M.S. Sathyu India 1974 146m

Starring: Supriya Choudhury, Anil Chatterjee

“Possibly one of the most remarkable transpositions of poetry on screen” (Olivier Assayas). An immortal classic, director/star Guru Dutt’s soulful, romantic Pyaasa is a sumptuous tale of a young poet’s ambitions. Starkly photographed in swoon-worthy black and white, it is easy to see why Dutt is considered one of the true masters of Indian cinema.

Starring: Balraj Sahni, A.K. Hangal

An undisputed arthouse classic that introduced a new vision of Indian cinema to the world, writer/director Ritwik Ghatak’s story of a post-partition Bengali family is a dark melodrama full of expressionistic beauty and evincing a rare empathy for its female characters.

BUNDLE OFFER: see 3 Indian classic screenings for the price of 2 SEASON GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £3.60 each (applies to Indian Classics and Hotel Salvation. Does not apply to Victoria and Abdul) VICTORIA AND ABDUL GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £5.60 each

120m

SUN 10, 4PM

MON 11, 8PM

MON 18, 6.30PM

FILM OPEN

OXIDE GHOSTS: THE BRASS EYE TAPES + Q&A (CERT TBC)

DISPOSSESSION: THE GREAT SOCIAL HOUSING SWINDLE (CERT TBC) + Q&A

An opportunity for new and emerging filmmaking talents to showcase their work, network with other filmmakers and gain valuable peer-to-peer insights. Film Open is free to enter for everyone and we especially focus on films that star or are directed and/or produced by black and minority ethnic talent and women. In this programme there’ll be locally-made music videos, documentaries and dramas. We’re also proud to present 1745, a short film about two sisters escaping slavery, set in the Scottish Highlands.

Dir: Michael Cumming UK 2017 60m

Made from hundreds of hours of unseen material from his personal archive, director Michael Cumming’s film shares insights into the process of making the legendary TV series Brass Eye. Michael directed both the pilots and the series and, over a two-year period, witnessed the highs and lows of Brass Eye from a very personal perspective. Part documentary, part artwork – the film carries the blessing of Chris Morris and provides a rare glimpse of his extraordinary working practices.

WED 27, 7.45PM

THE CLOUD-CAPPED STAR (PG) + INTRO

One of the most poignant and celebrated films made about Partition, sensitively depicting the human cost of political change, Scorching Winds is the rare tale of the plight of Muslims who opted to stay in the land of their forefathers rather than leave for Pakistan.

The screening will be followed by a skype Q&A with members of the cast and crew from 1745.

Gems from the British Film Archives. Details online at broadway.org.uk.

Reservoir Dogs launched Quentin Tarantino’s career and brought him to Broadway’s Shots in the Dark Crime & Mystery Festival. We celebrate this landmark in cinema history with a special screening, followed by a Tarantino-themed party in our Cafébar.

Dir: Paul Sng UK 2017 83m

For some people, a housing crisis means not getting planning permission for a loft conversion. For others it means, quite simply, losing their home. Narrated by Maxine Peake, Dispossession... explores the catastrophic failures that have led to a chronic shortage of social housing in Britain.

From his extraordinary Cold War novels to his powerful descriptions of the arms trade in The Night Manager, and the War on Terror in A Most Wanted Man, the writing of John le Carré has come to define the last half century. In this one-off event, the author discusses the full breadth of his career, and reflects on the continuing story of his most famous creation, the tubby, bespectacled spy, George Smiley.

AS LIVE

SUN 10, 2PM

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG) 127m The story of three brilliant AfricanAmerican women working at NASA, who defied gender and race to help launch astronaut John Glenn into orbit. This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

After the screening there’ll be a #HousingDay panel Q&A. SAT 30, 1.30PM

Michael will be doing a Q&A after the film – spilling beans, shattering myths and letting a few cats out of the bag.

Tickets: £3.50

Film Open is curated by Sophia Ramcharan, an independent film producer and a film programmer at Broadway.

Advised Cert 18

SUN 1 OCT, TIME TBC

SOUTH ASIAN BRITAIN ON FILM

A famous filmmaker recalls his childhood in a Sicilian village, when he fell in love with cinema and formed a deep friendship with the local projectionist.

SUN 24, 6PM

BECOMING CARY GRANT (CERT TBC)

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL (CERT TBC) 90m Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. This month Short Stack focuses on Annie's The Movie (a 30 minute documentary about Nottingham’s Annie’s Burger Shack) with a selection of other shorts. Annie and the director of the film will also attend the screening and discuss their film. Tickets £3.50

Dir: Mark Kidel France 2017 85m

Fresh from its premiere at Cannes, this new documentary presents a radically new perspective on Cary Grant, examining his journey from Bristol boy Archibald Leach to one of Hollywood’s greatest ever actors. A screen icon from classic Hollywood, Grant was also a tormented man, forever fighting self-doubt and insecurity. A story of a man in search of himself. Presented as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour, a Watershed project with support from BFI awarding funds from The National Lottery.

WED 13, 8PM SUN 17, 2PM

DAVID GILMOUR LIVE AT POMPEII (PG) 114m 45 years after Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour filmed ‘Live At Pompeii’ in the legendary Roman Amphitheatre there, he returned for two spectacular shows, part of his year-long tour in support of his No.1 album ‘Rattle That Lock’.

SOME LIKE IT HOT (12) 116m Two male musicians flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women after witnessing a mob hit.

INTERROGATING FILM NOIR (90m)

NEW

This course is designed to investigate a series of questions about one of the most fascinating and complex categories of film. Does ‘film noir’ refer to a specific period of film production? Is its use restricted to films from, say, the 1940s and 1950s? Does it apply only to American films? Is it a genre? Why is it known by a French term rather than an English one? We will be examining visual style and narrative themes; issues of gender, including archetypal characterisations such as the private eye and the femme fatale; influences and antecedents such as ‘hard-boiled’ fiction and German Expressionism; wartime and ‘low-budget’ noir; and noir stars. Tutor: Ian Brookes 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 2 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

TEN GREAT FILM COMPOSERS (120m)

NEW

Music has nearly always been an essential element of a successful film. Even silent cinema was rarely silent – the accompaniment made for a more enjoyable spectacle. For ten weeks we will analyse how the rich textures of a great soundtrack can often heighten our emotional responses to the drama on the screen, through the works of Williams, Barry, Rota, Morricone, Herrmann and five other greats. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 4 Oct, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

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 Wednesday 4 Oct, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb+conc

TALK CINEMA (90m)

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KEY MOMENTS IN BRITISH CINEMA (90m)

NEW

An introduction to some key moments in British cinema history. From Hammer to Heritage, Kitchen Sink to Curtis, this course will examine selected British films through tutor-led discussion and screenings. You’ll explore the work of acclaimed British filmmakers, examine the output of legendary studios, plus study key trends such as the British New Wave. No prior knowledge is required, just an interest in film and an enthusiasm to learn more. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 13 Nov, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 120m

The End of The End chronicles the final tour from the band who forged the sound of metal - Black Sabbath.

SUN 24, 2PM

MARY POPPINS (U) 138m Jane and Michael are pleasantly surprised by the arrival of their magical new nanny, Mary Poppins.

Book your place online on our website or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

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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An Arts Council Touring Exhibition

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FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 1, FROM 7.30PM

COLOUR AND SEQUENCE IN 1960s BRITISH ART 15 July - 24 September Djanogly Gallery Nottingham Lakeside Arts Open Tuesday - Sunday inclusive Admission free

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY

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Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Thebes 1966 by William Tucker, Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © the artist 2017. Photo: Anna Arca

FRI 29, FROM 8PM

TARANTINO PARTY To complement our 25th anniversary screening of Reservoir Dogs, we will be throwing a Tarantino-inspired party in the Cafébar, with a DJ set before and after the film, milkshakes, and yes – a dance contest! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged. That’s a bingo!

FROM FRI 15 SEP

INDIAN INSPIRED MENU To coincide with the release of Victoria and Abdul, Hotel Salvation and our ‘India on Film’ season, we will have a number of Indian-inspired treats on the menu this month. Have a look at our specials board each day for a selection of mains, sides, and snacks.

THU 28, 8PM

BLACK SABBATH THE END OF THE END

12

To mark the opening night of Patti Cake$, we’ll have DJs and special musical guests with killer lines all evening. Our DJ set will start from 7.30PM, and we’ll get louder from 10.30PM.

QUIZZES

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

SAT 23, 5PM

JOHN LE CARRÉ – AN EVENING WITH GEORGE SMILEY (CERT TBC)

CINEMA PARADISO (PG) 118m

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

FOOD

Our popular Digital Photography workshops are back! Part Two: SAT 23 SEP (Intermediate) Part One: SAT 21 OCT (Beginners) 10AM - 4.30PM Cost £90 / £75 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Ashley Bird Ages 18+

“My biggest achievement since leaving the academy was pitching an idea to a panel of tutors and industry professionals and winning a budget to direct my second short film. Without the regional academy, I wouldn’t have realised my passion for filmmaking or begun my journey into this industry.” Ynez, 2015/16 participant

This two-day course for adults will provide an introduction to the basics of filmmaking. Over the weekend you’ll learn about the processes involved in digital film production from initial concept to finished film. You will work in a small group to develop an idea into a script, then shoot and edit on professional equipment. SAT 28 & SUN 29 OCT, 10AM - 4.30PM Cost: £180 / £150 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) £160 (with early bird discount if booking before 30 SEP) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Ages 18+

35mm

FRI 22, 5.15PM

THU 7, 7.45PM

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, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing Monday 2 Oct, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb+conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

NEW

Welcome to the serious business of cinematic comedy. The course will explore iconic silent pioneers like Lloyd, Keaton and Chaplin, and the early sound era, encompassing the great Laurel and Hardy, the subversive Marx Brothers and the whip-smart screwball funnies of the 1930s. We will also look at British and European influences like Ealing and Jacques Tati, as well as addressing issues such as representation, race, satire, class and gender. Expect gems like Duck Soup, Modern Times, Some Like it Hot, Withnail and I, Life of Brian, Bringing up Baby and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 3 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc

EVENT

DEMYSTIFYING THE DSLR

Visit broadway.org.uk/filmacademy for more details and to apply. Application Deadline: SUN 17 SEP (MIDNIGHT)

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING: BEGINNERS*

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL

Bring your mini maestros and melody makers along to enjoy a tuneful treat and selection of short animations with a musical theme, from Flatpack’s Colour Box touring shorts programme. There will also be the chance to get musical and make some noise! SAT 16 SEP, 10AM - 11.30AM Cost: £6.50 for 1 adult and 1 child (£3 per additional child) Suitable for ages 4+ and their parents and guardians.

AGED 16-19 AND INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO OUR BFI FILM ACADEMY?

NEW

THE KILLING JOKE (90m)

SEPTEMBER 2017

EVENT

MELODY MAKERS WITH FLATPACK ASSEMBLE

11

AUTUMN COURSES TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

FRI 29, 8.45PM

They were perfect strangers, assembled to pull off the perfect crime. Then their simple robbery explodes into a bloody ambush and the ruthless killers realise one of them is a police informant. But which one?

SEPTEMBER 2017

WITHNAIL AND I

SEPTEMBER 2017

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, 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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SEPTEMBER 2017

INDIA ON FILM

08

A chance to celebrate rarely seen classics of Indian cinema. Many of these films have been previously unavailable to screen in the UK and there is no better time to watch them than this seventieth anniversary year of India’s independence.

SEPTEMBER 2017

09

SEPTEMBER 2017

LIVE BY SATELLITE

Ruth Maxey and Paul McGarr from The University of Nottingham will be introducing these screenings.

10

MY MOVIES

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

With thanks to Skinder Hundal and The New Art Exchange.

RESERVOIR DOGS (18) SUN 3, 2PM

Dir: Quentin Tarantino US 1992 99m Starring: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth

For more information and to book any of the above courses and workshops visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/film_courses

SUN 24, 5PM

TUE 26, 7.45PM

THE MUSIC ROOM (U) + INTRO

BOMBAY (12) + INTRO

THE CLAY BIRD (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Mani Ratnam India 1995 138m

Dir: Tareque Masud Bangladesh 2002 98m

Dir: Satyajit Ray India 1958 100m

Starring: Arvind Swamy, Manisha Koirala

Starring: Nurul Islam Bablu, Russell Farazi

Starring: Chhabi Biswas, Sardar Akhtar

Mani Ratman’s melodrama of starcrossed lovers is set during the 1993 Bombay riots and is masterfully scored by A. R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire). Gorgeous songs and brilliantly choreographed dance numbers tell the story of a Hindu man and Muslim woman seeking to find a place for their love in a repressive society.

The masterpiece of Bangladeshi director Tareque Masud, The Clay Bird won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes 2002. As Bangladesh gains independence in 1960, a young boy is sent to a madrasa by his devout Muslim father. But the divisions both within his family and within the country are not so easily resolved.

Produced between the final two parts of his celebrated Aputrilogy, Satyijat Ray’s evocative, masterful film is a parable of modernity clashing with tradition, set within the decaying palace of a landlord incapable of seeing that the world around him is crumbling.

*Please note this course is designed for people wishing to take their very first steps into filmmaking and not aimed at those with any prior experience.

VIRTUAL REALITY RESIDENCIES Throughout September, watch artists make three-dimensional art in virtual reality. Drop by, step inside their work and try making VR art yourself. See www.nearnow.org.uk to find out more. SAT 9 SEP KID30 SAT 16 SEP HONEY WILLIAMS SAT 30 SEP SCARCE

To find out more about how we inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film, visit www.broadway.org.uk/support_us

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

35mm

MON 25, 7.45PM

PYAASA (U) + INTRO With English Subtitles

SCORCHING WINDS (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

Dir: Guru Dutt India 1957 138m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ritwik Ghatak India 1960 126m

Starring: Mala Sinha, Guru Dutt

Dir: M.S. Sathyu India 1974 146m

Starring: Supriya Choudhury, Anil Chatterjee

“Possibly one of the most remarkable transpositions of poetry on screen” (Olivier Assayas). An immortal classic, director/star Guru Dutt’s soulful, romantic Pyaasa is a sumptuous tale of a young poet’s ambitions. Starkly photographed in swoon-worthy black and white, it is easy to see why Dutt is considered one of the true masters of Indian cinema.

Starring: Balraj Sahni, A.K. Hangal

An undisputed arthouse classic that introduced a new vision of Indian cinema to the world, writer/director Ritwik Ghatak’s story of a post-partition Bengali family is a dark melodrama full of expressionistic beauty and evincing a rare empathy for its female characters.

BUNDLE OFFER: see 3 Indian classic screenings for the price of 2 SEASON GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £3.60 each (applies to Indian Classics and Hotel Salvation. Does not apply to Victoria and Abdul) VICTORIA AND ABDUL GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £5.60 each

120m

SUN 10, 4PM

MON 11, 8PM

MON 18, 6.30PM

FILM OPEN

OXIDE GHOSTS: THE BRASS EYE TAPES + Q&A (CERT TBC)

DISPOSSESSION: THE GREAT SOCIAL HOUSING SWINDLE (CERT TBC) + Q&A

An opportunity for new and emerging filmmaking talents to showcase their work, network with other filmmakers and gain valuable peer-to-peer insights. Film Open is free to enter for everyone and we especially focus on films that star or are directed and/or produced by black and minority ethnic talent and women. In this programme there’ll be locally-made music videos, documentaries and dramas. We’re also proud to present 1745, a short film about two sisters escaping slavery, set in the Scottish Highlands.

Dir: Michael Cumming UK 2017 60m

Made from hundreds of hours of unseen material from his personal archive, director Michael Cumming’s film shares insights into the process of making the legendary TV series Brass Eye. Michael directed both the pilots and the series and, over a two-year period, witnessed the highs and lows of Brass Eye from a very personal perspective. Part documentary, part artwork – the film carries the blessing of Chris Morris and provides a rare glimpse of his extraordinary working practices.

WED 27, 7.45PM

THE CLOUD-CAPPED STAR (PG) + INTRO

One of the most poignant and celebrated films made about Partition, sensitively depicting the human cost of political change, Scorching Winds is the rare tale of the plight of Muslims who opted to stay in the land of their forefathers rather than leave for Pakistan.

The screening will be followed by a skype Q&A with members of the cast and crew from 1745.

Gems from the British Film Archives. Details online at broadway.org.uk.

Reservoir Dogs launched Quentin Tarantino’s career and brought him to Broadway’s Shots in the Dark Crime & Mystery Festival. We celebrate this landmark in cinema history with a special screening, followed by a Tarantino-themed party in our Cafébar.

Dir: Paul Sng UK 2017 83m

For some people, a housing crisis means not getting planning permission for a loft conversion. For others it means, quite simply, losing their home. Narrated by Maxine Peake, Dispossession... explores the catastrophic failures that have led to a chronic shortage of social housing in Britain.

From his extraordinary Cold War novels to his powerful descriptions of the arms trade in The Night Manager, and the War on Terror in A Most Wanted Man, the writing of John le Carré has come to define the last half century. In this one-off event, the author discusses the full breadth of his career, and reflects on the continuing story of his most famous creation, the tubby, bespectacled spy, George Smiley.

AS LIVE

SUN 10, 2PM

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG) 127m The story of three brilliant AfricanAmerican women working at NASA, who defied gender and race to help launch astronaut John Glenn into orbit. This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

After the screening there’ll be a #HousingDay panel Q&A. SAT 30, 1.30PM

Michael will be doing a Q&A after the film – spilling beans, shattering myths and letting a few cats out of the bag.

Tickets: £3.50

Film Open is curated by Sophia Ramcharan, an independent film producer and a film programmer at Broadway.

Advised Cert 18

SUN 1 OCT, TIME TBC

SOUTH ASIAN BRITAIN ON FILM

A famous filmmaker recalls his childhood in a Sicilian village, when he fell in love with cinema and formed a deep friendship with the local projectionist.

SUN 24, 6PM

BECOMING CARY GRANT (CERT TBC)

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL (CERT TBC) 90m Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. This month Short Stack focuses on Annie's The Movie (a 30 minute documentary about Nottingham’s Annie’s Burger Shack) with a selection of other shorts. Annie and the director of the film will also attend the screening and discuss their film. Tickets £3.50

Dir: Mark Kidel France 2017 85m

Fresh from its premiere at Cannes, this new documentary presents a radically new perspective on Cary Grant, examining his journey from Bristol boy Archibald Leach to one of Hollywood’s greatest ever actors. A screen icon from classic Hollywood, Grant was also a tormented man, forever fighting self-doubt and insecurity. A story of a man in search of himself. Presented as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour, a Watershed project with support from BFI awarding funds from The National Lottery.

WED 13, 8PM SUN 17, 2PM

DAVID GILMOUR LIVE AT POMPEII (PG) 114m 45 years after Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour filmed ‘Live At Pompeii’ in the legendary Roman Amphitheatre there, he returned for two spectacular shows, part of his year-long tour in support of his No.1 album ‘Rattle That Lock’.

SOME LIKE IT HOT (12) 116m Two male musicians flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women after witnessing a mob hit.

INTERROGATING FILM NOIR (90m)

NEW

This course is designed to investigate a series of questions about one of the most fascinating and complex categories of film. Does ‘film noir’ refer to a specific period of film production? Is its use restricted to films from, say, the 1940s and 1950s? Does it apply only to American films? Is it a genre? Why is it known by a French term rather than an English one? We will be examining visual style and narrative themes; issues of gender, including archetypal characterisations such as the private eye and the femme fatale; influences and antecedents such as ‘hard-boiled’ fiction and German Expressionism; wartime and ‘low-budget’ noir; and noir stars. Tutor: Ian Brookes 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 2 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

TEN GREAT FILM COMPOSERS (120m)

NEW

Music has nearly always been an essential element of a successful film. Even silent cinema was rarely silent – the accompaniment made for a more enjoyable spectacle. For ten weeks we will analyse how the rich textures of a great soundtrack can often heighten our emotional responses to the drama on the screen, through the works of Williams, Barry, Rota, Morricone, Herrmann and five other greats. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 4 Oct, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

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 Wednesday 4 Oct, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb+conc

TALK CINEMA (90m)

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

SOLD OUT

KEY MOMENTS IN BRITISH CINEMA (90m)

NEW

An introduction to some key moments in British cinema history. From Hammer to Heritage, Kitchen Sink to Curtis, this course will examine selected British films through tutor-led discussion and screenings. You’ll explore the work of acclaimed British filmmakers, examine the output of legendary studios, plus study key trends such as the British New Wave. No prior knowledge is required, just an interest in film and an enthusiasm to learn more. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 13 Nov, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 120m

The End of The End chronicles the final tour from the band who forged the sound of metal - Black Sabbath.

SUN 24, 2PM

MARY POPPINS (U) 138m Jane and Michael are pleasantly surprised by the arrival of their magical new nanny, Mary Poppins.

Book your place online on our website or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

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

KALEIDOSCOPE

20%OFF

An Arts Council Touring Exhibition

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 1, FROM 7.30PM

COLOUR AND SEQUENCE IN 1960s BRITISH ART 15 July - 24 September Djanogly Gallery Nottingham Lakeside Arts Open Tuesday - Sunday inclusive Admission free

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK @Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Thebes 1966 by William Tucker, Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © the artist 2017. Photo: Anna Arca

FRI 29, FROM 8PM

TARANTINO PARTY To complement our 25th anniversary screening of Reservoir Dogs, we will be throwing a Tarantino-inspired party in the Cafébar, with a DJ set before and after the film, milkshakes, and yes – a dance contest! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged. That’s a bingo!

FROM FRI 15 SEP

INDIAN INSPIRED MENU To coincide with the release of Victoria and Abdul, Hotel Salvation and our ‘India on Film’ season, we will have a number of Indian-inspired treats on the menu this month. Have a look at our specials board each day for a selection of mains, sides, and snacks.

THU 28, 8PM

BLACK SABBATH THE END OF THE END

12

To mark the opening night of Patti Cake$, we’ll have DJs and special musical guests with killer lines all evening. Our DJ set will start from 7.30PM, and we’ll get louder from 10.30PM.

QUIZZES

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

SAT 23, 5PM

JOHN LE CARRÉ – AN EVENING WITH GEORGE SMILEY (CERT TBC)

CINEMA PARADISO (PG) 118m

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

FOOD

Our popular Digital Photography workshops are back! Part Two: SAT 23 SEP (Intermediate) Part One: SAT 21 OCT (Beginners) 10AM - 4.30PM Cost £90 / £75 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Ashley Bird Ages 18+

“My biggest achievement since leaving the academy was pitching an idea to a panel of tutors and industry professionals and winning a budget to direct my second short film. Without the regional academy, I wouldn’t have realised my passion for filmmaking or begun my journey into this industry.” Ynez, 2015/16 participant

This two-day course for adults will provide an introduction to the basics of filmmaking. Over the weekend you’ll learn about the processes involved in digital film production from initial concept to finished film. You will work in a small group to develop an idea into a script, then shoot and edit on professional equipment. SAT 28 & SUN 29 OCT, 10AM - 4.30PM Cost: £180 / £150 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) £160 (with early bird discount if booking before 30 SEP) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Ages 18+

35mm

FRI 22, 5.15PM

THU 7, 7.45PM

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, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing Monday 2 Oct, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb+conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

NEW

Welcome to the serious business of cinematic comedy. The course will explore iconic silent pioneers like Lloyd, Keaton and Chaplin, and the early sound era, encompassing the great Laurel and Hardy, the subversive Marx Brothers and the whip-smart screwball funnies of the 1930s. We will also look at British and European influences like Ealing and Jacques Tati, as well as addressing issues such as representation, race, satire, class and gender. Expect gems like Duck Soup, Modern Times, Some Like it Hot, Withnail and I, Life of Brian, Bringing up Baby and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 3 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc

EVENT

DEMYSTIFYING THE DSLR

Visit broadway.org.uk/filmacademy for more details and to apply. Application Deadline: SUN 17 SEP (MIDNIGHT)

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING: BEGINNERS*

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL

Bring your mini maestros and melody makers along to enjoy a tuneful treat and selection of short animations with a musical theme, from Flatpack’s Colour Box touring shorts programme. There will also be the chance to get musical and make some noise! SAT 16 SEP, 10AM - 11.30AM Cost: £6.50 for 1 adult and 1 child (£3 per additional child) Suitable for ages 4+ and their parents and guardians.

AGED 16-19 AND INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO OUR BFI FILM ACADEMY?

NEW

THE KILLING JOKE (90m)

SEPTEMBER 2017

EVENT

MELODY MAKERS WITH FLATPACK ASSEMBLE

11

AUTUMN COURSES TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

FRI 29, 8.45PM

They were perfect strangers, assembled to pull off the perfect crime. Then their simple robbery explodes into a bloody ambush and the ruthless killers realise one of them is a police informant. But which one?

SEPTEMBER 2017

WITHNAIL AND I

SEPTEMBER 2017

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, 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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SEPTEMBER 2017

INDIA ON FILM

08

A chance to celebrate rarely seen classics of Indian cinema. Many of these films have been previously unavailable to screen in the UK and there is no better time to watch them than this seventieth anniversary year of India’s independence.

SEPTEMBER 2017

09

SEPTEMBER 2017

LIVE BY SATELLITE

Ruth Maxey and Paul McGarr from The University of Nottingham will be introducing these screenings.

10

MY MOVIES

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

With thanks to Skinder Hundal and The New Art Exchange.

RESERVOIR DOGS (18) SUN 3, 2PM

Dir: Quentin Tarantino US 1992 99m Starring: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth

For more information and to book any of the above courses and workshops visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/film_courses

SUN 24, 5PM

TUE 26, 7.45PM

THE MUSIC ROOM (U) + INTRO

BOMBAY (12) + INTRO

THE CLAY BIRD (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Mani Ratnam India 1995 138m

Dir: Tareque Masud Bangladesh 2002 98m

Dir: Satyajit Ray India 1958 100m

Starring: Arvind Swamy, Manisha Koirala

Starring: Nurul Islam Bablu, Russell Farazi

Starring: Chhabi Biswas, Sardar Akhtar

Mani Ratman’s melodrama of starcrossed lovers is set during the 1993 Bombay riots and is masterfully scored by A. R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire). Gorgeous songs and brilliantly choreographed dance numbers tell the story of a Hindu man and Muslim woman seeking to find a place for their love in a repressive society.

The masterpiece of Bangladeshi director Tareque Masud, The Clay Bird won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes 2002. As Bangladesh gains independence in 1960, a young boy is sent to a madrasa by his devout Muslim father. But the divisions both within his family and within the country are not so easily resolved.

Produced between the final two parts of his celebrated Aputrilogy, Satyijat Ray’s evocative, masterful film is a parable of modernity clashing with tradition, set within the decaying palace of a landlord incapable of seeing that the world around him is crumbling.

*Please note this course is designed for people wishing to take their very first steps into filmmaking and not aimed at those with any prior experience.

VIRTUAL REALITY RESIDENCIES Throughout September, watch artists make three-dimensional art in virtual reality. Drop by, step inside their work and try making VR art yourself. See www.nearnow.org.uk to find out more. SAT 9 SEP KID30 SAT 16 SEP HONEY WILLIAMS SAT 30 SEP SCARCE

To find out more about how we inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film, visit www.broadway.org.uk/support_us

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

35mm

MON 25, 7.45PM

PYAASA (U) + INTRO With English Subtitles

SCORCHING WINDS (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

Dir: Guru Dutt India 1957 138m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ritwik Ghatak India 1960 126m

Starring: Mala Sinha, Guru Dutt

Dir: M.S. Sathyu India 1974 146m

Starring: Supriya Choudhury, Anil Chatterjee

“Possibly one of the most remarkable transpositions of poetry on screen” (Olivier Assayas). An immortal classic, director/star Guru Dutt’s soulful, romantic Pyaasa is a sumptuous tale of a young poet’s ambitions. Starkly photographed in swoon-worthy black and white, it is easy to see why Dutt is considered one of the true masters of Indian cinema.

Starring: Balraj Sahni, A.K. Hangal

An undisputed arthouse classic that introduced a new vision of Indian cinema to the world, writer/director Ritwik Ghatak’s story of a post-partition Bengali family is a dark melodrama full of expressionistic beauty and evincing a rare empathy for its female characters.

BUNDLE OFFER: see 3 Indian classic screenings for the price of 2 SEASON GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £3.60 each (applies to Indian Classics and Hotel Salvation. Does not apply to Victoria and Abdul) VICTORIA AND ABDUL GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £5.60 each

120m

SUN 10, 4PM

MON 11, 8PM

MON 18, 6.30PM

FILM OPEN

OXIDE GHOSTS: THE BRASS EYE TAPES + Q&A (CERT TBC)

DISPOSSESSION: THE GREAT SOCIAL HOUSING SWINDLE (CERT TBC) + Q&A

An opportunity for new and emerging filmmaking talents to showcase their work, network with other filmmakers and gain valuable peer-to-peer insights. Film Open is free to enter for everyone and we especially focus on films that star or are directed and/or produced by black and minority ethnic talent and women. In this programme there’ll be locally-made music videos, documentaries and dramas. We’re also proud to present 1745, a short film about two sisters escaping slavery, set in the Scottish Highlands.

Dir: Michael Cumming UK 2017 60m

Made from hundreds of hours of unseen material from his personal archive, director Michael Cumming’s film shares insights into the process of making the legendary TV series Brass Eye. Michael directed both the pilots and the series and, over a two-year period, witnessed the highs and lows of Brass Eye from a very personal perspective. Part documentary, part artwork – the film carries the blessing of Chris Morris and provides a rare glimpse of his extraordinary working practices.

WED 27, 7.45PM

THE CLOUD-CAPPED STAR (PG) + INTRO

One of the most poignant and celebrated films made about Partition, sensitively depicting the human cost of political change, Scorching Winds is the rare tale of the plight of Muslims who opted to stay in the land of their forefathers rather than leave for Pakistan.

The screening will be followed by a skype Q&A with members of the cast and crew from 1745.

Gems from the British Film Archives. Details online at broadway.org.uk.

Reservoir Dogs launched Quentin Tarantino’s career and brought him to Broadway’s Shots in the Dark Crime & Mystery Festival. We celebrate this landmark in cinema history with a special screening, followed by a Tarantino-themed party in our Cafébar.

Dir: Paul Sng UK 2017 83m

For some people, a housing crisis means not getting planning permission for a loft conversion. For others it means, quite simply, losing their home. Narrated by Maxine Peake, Dispossession... explores the catastrophic failures that have led to a chronic shortage of social housing in Britain.

From his extraordinary Cold War novels to his powerful descriptions of the arms trade in The Night Manager, and the War on Terror in A Most Wanted Man, the writing of John le Carré has come to define the last half century. In this one-off event, the author discusses the full breadth of his career, and reflects on the continuing story of his most famous creation, the tubby, bespectacled spy, George Smiley.

AS LIVE

SUN 10, 2PM

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG) 127m The story of three brilliant AfricanAmerican women working at NASA, who defied gender and race to help launch astronaut John Glenn into orbit. This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

After the screening there’ll be a #HousingDay panel Q&A. SAT 30, 1.30PM

Michael will be doing a Q&A after the film – spilling beans, shattering myths and letting a few cats out of the bag.

Tickets: £3.50

Film Open is curated by Sophia Ramcharan, an independent film producer and a film programmer at Broadway.

Advised Cert 18

SUN 1 OCT, TIME TBC

SOUTH ASIAN BRITAIN ON FILM

A famous filmmaker recalls his childhood in a Sicilian village, when he fell in love with cinema and formed a deep friendship with the local projectionist.

SUN 24, 6PM

BECOMING CARY GRANT (CERT TBC)

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL (CERT TBC) 90m Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. This month Short Stack focuses on Annie's The Movie (a 30 minute documentary about Nottingham’s Annie’s Burger Shack) with a selection of other shorts. Annie and the director of the film will also attend the screening and discuss their film. Tickets £3.50

Dir: Mark Kidel France 2017 85m

Fresh from its premiere at Cannes, this new documentary presents a radically new perspective on Cary Grant, examining his journey from Bristol boy Archibald Leach to one of Hollywood’s greatest ever actors. A screen icon from classic Hollywood, Grant was also a tormented man, forever fighting self-doubt and insecurity. A story of a man in search of himself. Presented as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour, a Watershed project with support from BFI awarding funds from The National Lottery.

WED 13, 8PM SUN 17, 2PM

DAVID GILMOUR LIVE AT POMPEII (PG) 114m 45 years after Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour filmed ‘Live At Pompeii’ in the legendary Roman Amphitheatre there, he returned for two spectacular shows, part of his year-long tour in support of his No.1 album ‘Rattle That Lock’.

SOME LIKE IT HOT (12) 116m Two male musicians flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women after witnessing a mob hit.

INTERROGATING FILM NOIR (90m)

NEW

This course is designed to investigate a series of questions about one of the most fascinating and complex categories of film. Does ‘film noir’ refer to a specific period of film production? Is its use restricted to films from, say, the 1940s and 1950s? Does it apply only to American films? Is it a genre? Why is it known by a French term rather than an English one? We will be examining visual style and narrative themes; issues of gender, including archetypal characterisations such as the private eye and the femme fatale; influences and antecedents such as ‘hard-boiled’ fiction and German Expressionism; wartime and ‘low-budget’ noir; and noir stars. Tutor: Ian Brookes 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 2 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

TEN GREAT FILM COMPOSERS (120m)

NEW

Music has nearly always been an essential element of a successful film. Even silent cinema was rarely silent – the accompaniment made for a more enjoyable spectacle. For ten weeks we will analyse how the rich textures of a great soundtrack can often heighten our emotional responses to the drama on the screen, through the works of Williams, Barry, Rota, Morricone, Herrmann and five other greats. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 4 Oct, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

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 Wednesday 4 Oct, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb+conc

TALK CINEMA (90m)

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

SOLD OUT

KEY MOMENTS IN BRITISH CINEMA (90m)

NEW

An introduction to some key moments in British cinema history. From Hammer to Heritage, Kitchen Sink to Curtis, this course will examine selected British films through tutor-led discussion and screenings. You’ll explore the work of acclaimed British filmmakers, examine the output of legendary studios, plus study key trends such as the British New Wave. No prior knowledge is required, just an interest in film and an enthusiasm to learn more. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 13 Nov, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 120m

The End of The End chronicles the final tour from the band who forged the sound of metal - Black Sabbath.

SUN 24, 2PM

MARY POPPINS (U) 138m Jane and Michael are pleasantly surprised by the arrival of their magical new nanny, Mary Poppins.

Book your place online on our website or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

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

KALEIDOSCOPE

20%OFF

An Arts Council Touring Exhibition

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 1, FROM 7.30PM

COLOUR AND SEQUENCE IN 1960s BRITISH ART 15 July - 24 September Djanogly Gallery Nottingham Lakeside Arts Open Tuesday - Sunday inclusive Admission free

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK @Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Thebes 1966 by William Tucker, Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © the artist 2017. Photo: Anna Arca

FRI 29, FROM 8PM

TARANTINO PARTY To complement our 25th anniversary screening of Reservoir Dogs, we will be throwing a Tarantino-inspired party in the Cafébar, with a DJ set before and after the film, milkshakes, and yes – a dance contest! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged. That’s a bingo!

FROM FRI 15 SEP

INDIAN INSPIRED MENU To coincide with the release of Victoria and Abdul, Hotel Salvation and our ‘India on Film’ season, we will have a number of Indian-inspired treats on the menu this month. Have a look at our specials board each day for a selection of mains, sides, and snacks.

THU 28, 8PM

BLACK SABBATH THE END OF THE END

12

To mark the opening night of Patti Cake$, we’ll have DJs and special musical guests with killer lines all evening. Our DJ set will start from 7.30PM, and we’ll get louder from 10.30PM.

QUIZZES

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

SAT 23, 5PM

JOHN LE CARRÉ – AN EVENING WITH GEORGE SMILEY (CERT TBC)

CINEMA PARADISO (PG) 118m

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

FOOD

Our popular Digital Photography workshops are back! Part Two: SAT 23 SEP (Intermediate) Part One: SAT 21 OCT (Beginners) 10AM - 4.30PM Cost £90 / £75 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Ashley Bird Ages 18+

“My biggest achievement since leaving the academy was pitching an idea to a panel of tutors and industry professionals and winning a budget to direct my second short film. Without the regional academy, I wouldn’t have realised my passion for filmmaking or begun my journey into this industry.” Ynez, 2015/16 participant

This two-day course for adults will provide an introduction to the basics of filmmaking. Over the weekend you’ll learn about the processes involved in digital film production from initial concept to finished film. You will work in a small group to develop an idea into a script, then shoot and edit on professional equipment. SAT 28 & SUN 29 OCT, 10AM - 4.30PM Cost: £180 / £150 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) £160 (with early bird discount if booking before 30 SEP) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Ages 18+

35mm

FRI 22, 5.15PM

THU 7, 7.45PM

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, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing Monday 2 Oct, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb+conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

NEW

Welcome to the serious business of cinematic comedy. The course will explore iconic silent pioneers like Lloyd, Keaton and Chaplin, and the early sound era, encompassing the great Laurel and Hardy, the subversive Marx Brothers and the whip-smart screwball funnies of the 1930s. We will also look at British and European influences like Ealing and Jacques Tati, as well as addressing issues such as representation, race, satire, class and gender. Expect gems like Duck Soup, Modern Times, Some Like it Hot, Withnail and I, Life of Brian, Bringing up Baby and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 3 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc

EVENT

DEMYSTIFYING THE DSLR

Visit broadway.org.uk/filmacademy for more details and to apply. Application Deadline: SUN 17 SEP (MIDNIGHT)

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING: BEGINNERS*

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL

Bring your mini maestros and melody makers along to enjoy a tuneful treat and selection of short animations with a musical theme, from Flatpack’s Colour Box touring shorts programme. There will also be the chance to get musical and make some noise! SAT 16 SEP, 10AM - 11.30AM Cost: £6.50 for 1 adult and 1 child (£3 per additional child) Suitable for ages 4+ and their parents and guardians.

AGED 16-19 AND INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO OUR BFI FILM ACADEMY?

NEW

THE KILLING JOKE (90m)

SEPTEMBER 2017

EVENT

MELODY MAKERS WITH FLATPACK ASSEMBLE

11

AUTUMN COURSES TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

FRI 29, 8.45PM

They were perfect strangers, assembled to pull off the perfect crime. Then their simple robbery explodes into a bloody ambush and the ruthless killers realise one of them is a police informant. But which one?

SEPTEMBER 2017

WITHNAIL AND I

SEPTEMBER 2017

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, 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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SEPTEMBER 2017

INDIA ON FILM

08

A chance to celebrate rarely seen classics of Indian cinema. Many of these films have been previously unavailable to screen in the UK and there is no better time to watch them than this seventieth anniversary year of India’s independence.

SEPTEMBER 2017

09

SEPTEMBER 2017

LIVE BY SATELLITE

Ruth Maxey and Paul McGarr from The University of Nottingham will be introducing these screenings.

10

MY MOVIES

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

With thanks to Skinder Hundal and The New Art Exchange.

RESERVOIR DOGS (18) SUN 3, 2PM

Dir: Quentin Tarantino US 1992 99m Starring: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth

For more information and to book any of the above courses and workshops visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/film_courses

SUN 24, 5PM

TUE 26, 7.45PM

THE MUSIC ROOM (U) + INTRO

BOMBAY (12) + INTRO

THE CLAY BIRD (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Mani Ratnam India 1995 138m

Dir: Tareque Masud Bangladesh 2002 98m

Dir: Satyajit Ray India 1958 100m

Starring: Arvind Swamy, Manisha Koirala

Starring: Nurul Islam Bablu, Russell Farazi

Starring: Chhabi Biswas, Sardar Akhtar

Mani Ratman’s melodrama of starcrossed lovers is set during the 1993 Bombay riots and is masterfully scored by A. R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire). Gorgeous songs and brilliantly choreographed dance numbers tell the story of a Hindu man and Muslim woman seeking to find a place for their love in a repressive society.

The masterpiece of Bangladeshi director Tareque Masud, The Clay Bird won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes 2002. As Bangladesh gains independence in 1960, a young boy is sent to a madrasa by his devout Muslim father. But the divisions both within his family and within the country are not so easily resolved.

Produced between the final two parts of his celebrated Aputrilogy, Satyijat Ray’s evocative, masterful film is a parable of modernity clashing with tradition, set within the decaying palace of a landlord incapable of seeing that the world around him is crumbling.

*Please note this course is designed for people wishing to take their very first steps into filmmaking and not aimed at those with any prior experience.

VIRTUAL REALITY RESIDENCIES Throughout September, watch artists make three-dimensional art in virtual reality. Drop by, step inside their work and try making VR art yourself. See www.nearnow.org.uk to find out more. SAT 9 SEP KID30 SAT 16 SEP HONEY WILLIAMS SAT 30 SEP SCARCE

To find out more about how we inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film, visit www.broadway.org.uk/support_us

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

35mm

MON 25, 7.45PM

PYAASA (U) + INTRO With English Subtitles

SCORCHING WINDS (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

Dir: Guru Dutt India 1957 138m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ritwik Ghatak India 1960 126m

Starring: Mala Sinha, Guru Dutt

Dir: M.S. Sathyu India 1974 146m

Starring: Supriya Choudhury, Anil Chatterjee

“Possibly one of the most remarkable transpositions of poetry on screen” (Olivier Assayas). An immortal classic, director/star Guru Dutt’s soulful, romantic Pyaasa is a sumptuous tale of a young poet’s ambitions. Starkly photographed in swoon-worthy black and white, it is easy to see why Dutt is considered one of the true masters of Indian cinema.

Starring: Balraj Sahni, A.K. Hangal

An undisputed arthouse classic that introduced a new vision of Indian cinema to the world, writer/director Ritwik Ghatak’s story of a post-partition Bengali family is a dark melodrama full of expressionistic beauty and evincing a rare empathy for its female characters.

BUNDLE OFFER: see 3 Indian classic screenings for the price of 2 SEASON GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £3.60 each (applies to Indian Classics and Hotel Salvation. Does not apply to Victoria and Abdul) VICTORIA AND ABDUL GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £5.60 each

120m

SUN 10, 4PM

MON 11, 8PM

MON 18, 6.30PM

FILM OPEN

OXIDE GHOSTS: THE BRASS EYE TAPES + Q&A (CERT TBC)

DISPOSSESSION: THE GREAT SOCIAL HOUSING SWINDLE (CERT TBC) + Q&A

An opportunity for new and emerging filmmaking talents to showcase their work, network with other filmmakers and gain valuable peer-to-peer insights. Film Open is free to enter for everyone and we especially focus on films that star or are directed and/or produced by black and minority ethnic talent and women. In this programme there’ll be locally-made music videos, documentaries and dramas. We’re also proud to present 1745, a short film about two sisters escaping slavery, set in the Scottish Highlands.

Dir: Michael Cumming UK 2017 60m

Made from hundreds of hours of unseen material from his personal archive, director Michael Cumming’s film shares insights into the process of making the legendary TV series Brass Eye. Michael directed both the pilots and the series and, over a two-year period, witnessed the highs and lows of Brass Eye from a very personal perspective. Part documentary, part artwork – the film carries the blessing of Chris Morris and provides a rare glimpse of his extraordinary working practices.

WED 27, 7.45PM

THE CLOUD-CAPPED STAR (PG) + INTRO

One of the most poignant and celebrated films made about Partition, sensitively depicting the human cost of political change, Scorching Winds is the rare tale of the plight of Muslims who opted to stay in the land of their forefathers rather than leave for Pakistan.

The screening will be followed by a skype Q&A with members of the cast and crew from 1745.

Gems from the British Film Archives. Details online at broadway.org.uk.

Reservoir Dogs launched Quentin Tarantino’s career and brought him to Broadway’s Shots in the Dark Crime & Mystery Festival. We celebrate this landmark in cinema history with a special screening, followed by a Tarantino-themed party in our Cafébar.

Dir: Paul Sng UK 2017 83m

For some people, a housing crisis means not getting planning permission for a loft conversion. For others it means, quite simply, losing their home. Narrated by Maxine Peake, Dispossession... explores the catastrophic failures that have led to a chronic shortage of social housing in Britain.

From his extraordinary Cold War novels to his powerful descriptions of the arms trade in The Night Manager, and the War on Terror in A Most Wanted Man, the writing of John le Carré has come to define the last half century. In this one-off event, the author discusses the full breadth of his career, and reflects on the continuing story of his most famous creation, the tubby, bespectacled spy, George Smiley.

AS LIVE

SUN 10, 2PM

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG) 127m The story of three brilliant AfricanAmerican women working at NASA, who defied gender and race to help launch astronaut John Glenn into orbit. This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

After the screening there’ll be a #HousingDay panel Q&A. SAT 30, 1.30PM

Michael will be doing a Q&A after the film – spilling beans, shattering myths and letting a few cats out of the bag.

Tickets: £3.50

Film Open is curated by Sophia Ramcharan, an independent film producer and a film programmer at Broadway.

Advised Cert 18

SUN 1 OCT, TIME TBC

SOUTH ASIAN BRITAIN ON FILM

A famous filmmaker recalls his childhood in a Sicilian village, when he fell in love with cinema and formed a deep friendship with the local projectionist.

SUN 24, 6PM

BECOMING CARY GRANT (CERT TBC)

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL (CERT TBC) 90m Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. This month Short Stack focuses on Annie's The Movie (a 30 minute documentary about Nottingham’s Annie’s Burger Shack) with a selection of other shorts. Annie and the director of the film will also attend the screening and discuss their film. Tickets £3.50

Dir: Mark Kidel France 2017 85m

Fresh from its premiere at Cannes, this new documentary presents a radically new perspective on Cary Grant, examining his journey from Bristol boy Archibald Leach to one of Hollywood’s greatest ever actors. A screen icon from classic Hollywood, Grant was also a tormented man, forever fighting self-doubt and insecurity. A story of a man in search of himself. Presented as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour, a Watershed project with support from BFI awarding funds from The National Lottery.

WED 13, 8PM SUN 17, 2PM

DAVID GILMOUR LIVE AT POMPEII (PG) 114m 45 years after Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour filmed ‘Live At Pompeii’ in the legendary Roman Amphitheatre there, he returned for two spectacular shows, part of his year-long tour in support of his No.1 album ‘Rattle That Lock’.

SOME LIKE IT HOT (12) 116m Two male musicians flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women after witnessing a mob hit.

INTERROGATING FILM NOIR (90m)

NEW

This course is designed to investigate a series of questions about one of the most fascinating and complex categories of film. Does ‘film noir’ refer to a specific period of film production? Is its use restricted to films from, say, the 1940s and 1950s? Does it apply only to American films? Is it a genre? Why is it known by a French term rather than an English one? We will be examining visual style and narrative themes; issues of gender, including archetypal characterisations such as the private eye and the femme fatale; influences and antecedents such as ‘hard-boiled’ fiction and German Expressionism; wartime and ‘low-budget’ noir; and noir stars. Tutor: Ian Brookes 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 2 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

TEN GREAT FILM COMPOSERS (120m)

NEW

Music has nearly always been an essential element of a successful film. Even silent cinema was rarely silent – the accompaniment made for a more enjoyable spectacle. For ten weeks we will analyse how the rich textures of a great soundtrack can often heighten our emotional responses to the drama on the screen, through the works of Williams, Barry, Rota, Morricone, Herrmann and five other greats. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 4 Oct, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

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 Wednesday 4 Oct, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb+conc

TALK CINEMA (90m)

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

SOLD OUT

KEY MOMENTS IN BRITISH CINEMA (90m)

NEW

An introduction to some key moments in British cinema history. From Hammer to Heritage, Kitchen Sink to Curtis, this course will examine selected British films through tutor-led discussion and screenings. You’ll explore the work of acclaimed British filmmakers, examine the output of legendary studios, plus study key trends such as the British New Wave. No prior knowledge is required, just an interest in film and an enthusiasm to learn more. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 13 Nov, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 120m

The End of The End chronicles the final tour from the band who forged the sound of metal - Black Sabbath.

SUN 24, 2PM

MARY POPPINS (U) 138m Jane and Michael are pleasantly surprised by the arrival of their magical new nanny, Mary Poppins.

Book your place online on our website or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

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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An Arts Council Touring Exhibition

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 1, FROM 7.30PM

COLOUR AND SEQUENCE IN 1960s BRITISH ART 15 July - 24 September Djanogly Gallery Nottingham Lakeside Arts Open Tuesday - Sunday inclusive Admission free

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK @Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Thebes 1966 by William Tucker, Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © the artist 2017. Photo: Anna Arca

FRI 29, FROM 8PM

TARANTINO PARTY To complement our 25th anniversary screening of Reservoir Dogs, we will be throwing a Tarantino-inspired party in the Cafébar, with a DJ set before and after the film, milkshakes, and yes – a dance contest! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged. That’s a bingo!

FROM FRI 15 SEP

INDIAN INSPIRED MENU To coincide with the release of Victoria and Abdul, Hotel Salvation and our ‘India on Film’ season, we will have a number of Indian-inspired treats on the menu this month. Have a look at our specials board each day for a selection of mains, sides, and snacks.

THU 28, 8PM

BLACK SABBATH THE END OF THE END

12

To mark the opening night of Patti Cake$, we’ll have DJs and special musical guests with killer lines all evening. Our DJ set will start from 7.30PM, and we’ll get louder from 10.30PM.

QUIZZES

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

SAT 23, 5PM

JOHN LE CARRÉ – AN EVENING WITH GEORGE SMILEY (CERT TBC)

CINEMA PARADISO (PG) 118m

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

FOOD

Our popular Digital Photography workshops are back! Part Two: SAT 23 SEP (Intermediate) Part One: SAT 21 OCT (Beginners) 10AM - 4.30PM Cost £90 / £75 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Ashley Bird Ages 18+

“My biggest achievement since leaving the academy was pitching an idea to a panel of tutors and industry professionals and winning a budget to direct my second short film. Without the regional academy, I wouldn’t have realised my passion for filmmaking or begun my journey into this industry.” Ynez, 2015/16 participant

This two-day course for adults will provide an introduction to the basics of filmmaking. Over the weekend you’ll learn about the processes involved in digital film production from initial concept to finished film. You will work in a small group to develop an idea into a script, then shoot and edit on professional equipment. SAT 28 & SUN 29 OCT, 10AM - 4.30PM Cost: £180 / £150 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) £160 (with early bird discount if booking before 30 SEP) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Ages 18+

35mm

FRI 22, 5.15PM

THU 7, 7.45PM

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, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing Monday 2 Oct, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb+conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

NEW

Welcome to the serious business of cinematic comedy. The course will explore iconic silent pioneers like Lloyd, Keaton and Chaplin, and the early sound era, encompassing the great Laurel and Hardy, the subversive Marx Brothers and the whip-smart screwball funnies of the 1930s. We will also look at British and European influences like Ealing and Jacques Tati, as well as addressing issues such as representation, race, satire, class and gender. Expect gems like Duck Soup, Modern Times, Some Like it Hot, Withnail and I, Life of Brian, Bringing up Baby and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 3 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc

EVENT

DEMYSTIFYING THE DSLR

Visit broadway.org.uk/filmacademy for more details and to apply. Application Deadline: SUN 17 SEP (MIDNIGHT)

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING: BEGINNERS*

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL

Bring your mini maestros and melody makers along to enjoy a tuneful treat and selection of short animations with a musical theme, from Flatpack’s Colour Box touring shorts programme. There will also be the chance to get musical and make some noise! SAT 16 SEP, 10AM - 11.30AM Cost: £6.50 for 1 adult and 1 child (£3 per additional child) Suitable for ages 4+ and their parents and guardians.

AGED 16-19 AND INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO OUR BFI FILM ACADEMY?

NEW

THE KILLING JOKE (90m)

SEPTEMBER 2017

EVENT

MELODY MAKERS WITH FLATPACK ASSEMBLE

11

AUTUMN COURSES TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

FRI 29, 8.45PM

They were perfect strangers, assembled to pull off the perfect crime. Then their simple robbery explodes into a bloody ambush and the ruthless killers realise one of them is a police informant. But which one?

SEPTEMBER 2017

WITHNAIL AND I

SEPTEMBER 2017

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, 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.

Brought to you by


07

WE HAVE LOTS OF ACTIVITIES TO INSPIRE CREATIVITY

COME ALONG, JOIN US AND GET INVOLVED

SEPTEMBER 2017

INDIA ON FILM

08

A chance to celebrate rarely seen classics of Indian cinema. Many of these films have been previously unavailable to screen in the UK and there is no better time to watch them than this seventieth anniversary year of India’s independence.

SEPTEMBER 2017

09

SEPTEMBER 2017

LIVE BY SATELLITE

Ruth Maxey and Paul McGarr from The University of Nottingham will be introducing these screenings.

10

MY MOVIES

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

With thanks to Skinder Hundal and The New Art Exchange.

RESERVOIR DOGS (18) SUN 3, 2PM

Dir: Quentin Tarantino US 1992 99m Starring: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth

For more information and to book any of the above courses and workshops visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/film_courses

SUN 24, 5PM

TUE 26, 7.45PM

THE MUSIC ROOM (U) + INTRO

BOMBAY (12) + INTRO

THE CLAY BIRD (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Mani Ratnam India 1995 138m

Dir: Tareque Masud Bangladesh 2002 98m

Dir: Satyajit Ray India 1958 100m

Starring: Arvind Swamy, Manisha Koirala

Starring: Nurul Islam Bablu, Russell Farazi

Starring: Chhabi Biswas, Sardar Akhtar

Mani Ratman’s melodrama of starcrossed lovers is set during the 1993 Bombay riots and is masterfully scored by A. R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire). Gorgeous songs and brilliantly choreographed dance numbers tell the story of a Hindu man and Muslim woman seeking to find a place for their love in a repressive society.

The masterpiece of Bangladeshi director Tareque Masud, The Clay Bird won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes 2002. As Bangladesh gains independence in 1960, a young boy is sent to a madrasa by his devout Muslim father. But the divisions both within his family and within the country are not so easily resolved.

Produced between the final two parts of his celebrated Aputrilogy, Satyijat Ray’s evocative, masterful film is a parable of modernity clashing with tradition, set within the decaying palace of a landlord incapable of seeing that the world around him is crumbling.

*Please note this course is designed for people wishing to take their very first steps into filmmaking and not aimed at those with any prior experience.

VIRTUAL REALITY RESIDENCIES Throughout September, watch artists make three-dimensional art in virtual reality. Drop by, step inside their work and try making VR art yourself. See www.nearnow.org.uk to find out more. SAT 9 SEP KID30 SAT 16 SEP HONEY WILLIAMS SAT 30 SEP SCARCE

To find out more about how we inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film, visit www.broadway.org.uk/support_us

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

35mm

MON 25, 7.45PM

PYAASA (U) + INTRO With English Subtitles

SCORCHING WINDS (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

Dir: Guru Dutt India 1957 138m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ritwik Ghatak India 1960 126m

Starring: Mala Sinha, Guru Dutt

Dir: M.S. Sathyu India 1974 146m

Starring: Supriya Choudhury, Anil Chatterjee

“Possibly one of the most remarkable transpositions of poetry on screen” (Olivier Assayas). An immortal classic, director/star Guru Dutt’s soulful, romantic Pyaasa is a sumptuous tale of a young poet’s ambitions. Starkly photographed in swoon-worthy black and white, it is easy to see why Dutt is considered one of the true masters of Indian cinema.

Starring: Balraj Sahni, A.K. Hangal

An undisputed arthouse classic that introduced a new vision of Indian cinema to the world, writer/director Ritwik Ghatak’s story of a post-partition Bengali family is a dark melodrama full of expressionistic beauty and evincing a rare empathy for its female characters.

BUNDLE OFFER: see 3 Indian classic screenings for the price of 2 SEASON GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £3.60 each (applies to Indian Classics and Hotel Salvation. Does not apply to Victoria and Abdul) VICTORIA AND ABDUL GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £5.60 each

120m

SUN 10, 4PM

MON 11, 8PM

MON 18, 6.30PM

FILM OPEN

OXIDE GHOSTS: THE BRASS EYE TAPES + Q&A (CERT TBC)

DISPOSSESSION: THE GREAT SOCIAL HOUSING SWINDLE (CERT TBC) + Q&A

An opportunity for new and emerging filmmaking talents to showcase their work, network with other filmmakers and gain valuable peer-to-peer insights. Film Open is free to enter for everyone and we especially focus on films that star or are directed and/or produced by black and minority ethnic talent and women. In this programme there’ll be locally-made music videos, documentaries and dramas. We’re also proud to present 1745, a short film about two sisters escaping slavery, set in the Scottish Highlands.

Dir: Michael Cumming UK 2017 60m

Made from hundreds of hours of unseen material from his personal archive, director Michael Cumming’s film shares insights into the process of making the legendary TV series Brass Eye. Michael directed both the pilots and the series and, over a two-year period, witnessed the highs and lows of Brass Eye from a very personal perspective. Part documentary, part artwork – the film carries the blessing of Chris Morris and provides a rare glimpse of his extraordinary working practices.

WED 27, 7.45PM

THE CLOUD-CAPPED STAR (PG) + INTRO

One of the most poignant and celebrated films made about Partition, sensitively depicting the human cost of political change, Scorching Winds is the rare tale of the plight of Muslims who opted to stay in the land of their forefathers rather than leave for Pakistan.

The screening will be followed by a skype Q&A with members of the cast and crew from 1745.

Gems from the British Film Archives. Details online at broadway.org.uk.

Reservoir Dogs launched Quentin Tarantino’s career and brought him to Broadway’s Shots in the Dark Crime & Mystery Festival. We celebrate this landmark in cinema history with a special screening, followed by a Tarantino-themed party in our Cafébar.

Dir: Paul Sng UK 2017 83m

For some people, a housing crisis means not getting planning permission for a loft conversion. For others it means, quite simply, losing their home. Narrated by Maxine Peake, Dispossession... explores the catastrophic failures that have led to a chronic shortage of social housing in Britain.

From his extraordinary Cold War novels to his powerful descriptions of the arms trade in The Night Manager, and the War on Terror in A Most Wanted Man, the writing of John le Carré has come to define the last half century. In this one-off event, the author discusses the full breadth of his career, and reflects on the continuing story of his most famous creation, the tubby, bespectacled spy, George Smiley.

AS LIVE

SUN 10, 2PM

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG) 127m The story of three brilliant AfricanAmerican women working at NASA, who defied gender and race to help launch astronaut John Glenn into orbit. This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

After the screening there’ll be a #HousingDay panel Q&A. SAT 30, 1.30PM

Michael will be doing a Q&A after the film – spilling beans, shattering myths and letting a few cats out of the bag.

Tickets: £3.50

Film Open is curated by Sophia Ramcharan, an independent film producer and a film programmer at Broadway.

Advised Cert 18

SUN 1 OCT, TIME TBC

SOUTH ASIAN BRITAIN ON FILM

A famous filmmaker recalls his childhood in a Sicilian village, when he fell in love with cinema and formed a deep friendship with the local projectionist.

SUN 24, 6PM

BECOMING CARY GRANT (CERT TBC)

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL (CERT TBC) 90m Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. This month Short Stack focuses on Annie's The Movie (a 30 minute documentary about Nottingham’s Annie’s Burger Shack) with a selection of other shorts. Annie and the director of the film will also attend the screening and discuss their film. Tickets £3.50

Dir: Mark Kidel France 2017 85m

Fresh from its premiere at Cannes, this new documentary presents a radically new perspective on Cary Grant, examining his journey from Bristol boy Archibald Leach to one of Hollywood’s greatest ever actors. A screen icon from classic Hollywood, Grant was also a tormented man, forever fighting self-doubt and insecurity. A story of a man in search of himself. Presented as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour, a Watershed project with support from BFI awarding funds from The National Lottery.

WED 13, 8PM SUN 17, 2PM

DAVID GILMOUR LIVE AT POMPEII (PG) 114m 45 years after Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour filmed ‘Live At Pompeii’ in the legendary Roman Amphitheatre there, he returned for two spectacular shows, part of his year-long tour in support of his No.1 album ‘Rattle That Lock’.

SOME LIKE IT HOT (12) 116m Two male musicians flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women after witnessing a mob hit.

INTERROGATING FILM NOIR (90m)

NEW

This course is designed to investigate a series of questions about one of the most fascinating and complex categories of film. Does ‘film noir’ refer to a specific period of film production? Is its use restricted to films from, say, the 1940s and 1950s? Does it apply only to American films? Is it a genre? Why is it known by a French term rather than an English one? We will be examining visual style and narrative themes; issues of gender, including archetypal characterisations such as the private eye and the femme fatale; influences and antecedents such as ‘hard-boiled’ fiction and German Expressionism; wartime and ‘low-budget’ noir; and noir stars. Tutor: Ian Brookes 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 2 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

TEN GREAT FILM COMPOSERS (120m)

NEW

Music has nearly always been an essential element of a successful film. Even silent cinema was rarely silent – the accompaniment made for a more enjoyable spectacle. For ten weeks we will analyse how the rich textures of a great soundtrack can often heighten our emotional responses to the drama on the screen, through the works of Williams, Barry, Rota, Morricone, Herrmann and five other greats. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 4 Oct, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

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 Wednesday 4 Oct, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb+conc

TALK CINEMA (90m)

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

SOLD OUT

KEY MOMENTS IN BRITISH CINEMA (90m)

NEW

An introduction to some key moments in British cinema history. From Hammer to Heritage, Kitchen Sink to Curtis, this course will examine selected British films through tutor-led discussion and screenings. You’ll explore the work of acclaimed British filmmakers, examine the output of legendary studios, plus study key trends such as the British New Wave. No prior knowledge is required, just an interest in film and an enthusiasm to learn more. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 13 Nov, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 120m

The End of The End chronicles the final tour from the band who forged the sound of metal - Black Sabbath.

SUN 24, 2PM

MARY POPPINS (U) 138m Jane and Michael are pleasantly surprised by the arrival of their magical new nanny, Mary Poppins.

Book your place online on our website or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

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

KALEIDOSCOPE

20%OFF

An Arts Council Touring Exhibition

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 1, FROM 7.30PM

COLOUR AND SEQUENCE IN 1960s BRITISH ART 15 July - 24 September Djanogly Gallery Nottingham Lakeside Arts Open Tuesday - Sunday inclusive Admission free

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK @Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Thebes 1966 by William Tucker, Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © the artist 2017. Photo: Anna Arca

FRI 29, FROM 8PM

TARANTINO PARTY To complement our 25th anniversary screening of Reservoir Dogs, we will be throwing a Tarantino-inspired party in the Cafébar, with a DJ set before and after the film, milkshakes, and yes – a dance contest! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged. That’s a bingo!

FROM FRI 15 SEP

INDIAN INSPIRED MENU To coincide with the release of Victoria and Abdul, Hotel Salvation and our ‘India on Film’ season, we will have a number of Indian-inspired treats on the menu this month. Have a look at our specials board each day for a selection of mains, sides, and snacks.

THU 28, 8PM

BLACK SABBATH THE END OF THE END

12

To mark the opening night of Patti Cake$, we’ll have DJs and special musical guests with killer lines all evening. Our DJ set will start from 7.30PM, and we’ll get louder from 10.30PM.

QUIZZES

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

SAT 23, 5PM

JOHN LE CARRÉ – AN EVENING WITH GEORGE SMILEY (CERT TBC)

CINEMA PARADISO (PG) 118m

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

FOOD

Our popular Digital Photography workshops are back! Part Two: SAT 23 SEP (Intermediate) Part One: SAT 21 OCT (Beginners) 10AM - 4.30PM Cost £90 / £75 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Ashley Bird Ages 18+

“My biggest achievement since leaving the academy was pitching an idea to a panel of tutors and industry professionals and winning a budget to direct my second short film. Without the regional academy, I wouldn’t have realised my passion for filmmaking or begun my journey into this industry.” Ynez, 2015/16 participant

This two-day course for adults will provide an introduction to the basics of filmmaking. Over the weekend you’ll learn about the processes involved in digital film production from initial concept to finished film. You will work in a small group to develop an idea into a script, then shoot and edit on professional equipment. SAT 28 & SUN 29 OCT, 10AM - 4.30PM Cost: £180 / £150 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) £160 (with early bird discount if booking before 30 SEP) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Ages 18+

35mm

FRI 22, 5.15PM

THU 7, 7.45PM

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, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing Monday 2 Oct, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb+conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

NEW

Welcome to the serious business of cinematic comedy. The course will explore iconic silent pioneers like Lloyd, Keaton and Chaplin, and the early sound era, encompassing the great Laurel and Hardy, the subversive Marx Brothers and the whip-smart screwball funnies of the 1930s. We will also look at British and European influences like Ealing and Jacques Tati, as well as addressing issues such as representation, race, satire, class and gender. Expect gems like Duck Soup, Modern Times, Some Like it Hot, Withnail and I, Life of Brian, Bringing up Baby and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 3 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc

EVENT

DEMYSTIFYING THE DSLR

Visit broadway.org.uk/filmacademy for more details and to apply. Application Deadline: SUN 17 SEP (MIDNIGHT)

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING: BEGINNERS*

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL

Bring your mini maestros and melody makers along to enjoy a tuneful treat and selection of short animations with a musical theme, from Flatpack’s Colour Box touring shorts programme. There will also be the chance to get musical and make some noise! SAT 16 SEP, 10AM - 11.30AM Cost: £6.50 for 1 adult and 1 child (£3 per additional child) Suitable for ages 4+ and their parents and guardians.

AGED 16-19 AND INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO OUR BFI FILM ACADEMY?

NEW

THE KILLING JOKE (90m)

SEPTEMBER 2017

EVENT

MELODY MAKERS WITH FLATPACK ASSEMBLE

11

AUTUMN COURSES TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

FRI 29, 8.45PM

They were perfect strangers, assembled to pull off the perfect crime. Then their simple robbery explodes into a bloody ambush and the ruthless killers realise one of them is a police informant. But which one?

SEPTEMBER 2017

WITHNAIL AND I

SEPTEMBER 2017

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, 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.

Brought to you by


07

WE HAVE LOTS OF ACTIVITIES TO INSPIRE CREATIVITY

COME ALONG, JOIN US AND GET INVOLVED

SEPTEMBER 2017

INDIA ON FILM

08

A chance to celebrate rarely seen classics of Indian cinema. Many of these films have been previously unavailable to screen in the UK and there is no better time to watch them than this seventieth anniversary year of India’s independence.

SEPTEMBER 2017

09

SEPTEMBER 2017

LIVE BY SATELLITE

Ruth Maxey and Paul McGarr from The University of Nottingham will be introducing these screenings.

10

MY MOVIES

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

With thanks to Skinder Hundal and The New Art Exchange.

RESERVOIR DOGS (18) SUN 3, 2PM

Dir: Quentin Tarantino US 1992 99m Starring: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth

For more information and to book any of the above courses and workshops visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/film_courses

SUN 24, 5PM

TUE 26, 7.45PM

THE MUSIC ROOM (U) + INTRO

BOMBAY (12) + INTRO

THE CLAY BIRD (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Mani Ratnam India 1995 138m

Dir: Tareque Masud Bangladesh 2002 98m

Dir: Satyajit Ray India 1958 100m

Starring: Arvind Swamy, Manisha Koirala

Starring: Nurul Islam Bablu, Russell Farazi

Starring: Chhabi Biswas, Sardar Akhtar

Mani Ratman’s melodrama of starcrossed lovers is set during the 1993 Bombay riots and is masterfully scored by A. R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire). Gorgeous songs and brilliantly choreographed dance numbers tell the story of a Hindu man and Muslim woman seeking to find a place for their love in a repressive society.

The masterpiece of Bangladeshi director Tareque Masud, The Clay Bird won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes 2002. As Bangladesh gains independence in 1960, a young boy is sent to a madrasa by his devout Muslim father. But the divisions both within his family and within the country are not so easily resolved.

Produced between the final two parts of his celebrated Aputrilogy, Satyijat Ray’s evocative, masterful film is a parable of modernity clashing with tradition, set within the decaying palace of a landlord incapable of seeing that the world around him is crumbling.

*Please note this course is designed for people wishing to take their very first steps into filmmaking and not aimed at those with any prior experience.

VIRTUAL REALITY RESIDENCIES Throughout September, watch artists make three-dimensional art in virtual reality. Drop by, step inside their work and try making VR art yourself. See www.nearnow.org.uk to find out more. SAT 9 SEP KID30 SAT 16 SEP HONEY WILLIAMS SAT 30 SEP SCARCE

To find out more about how we inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film, visit www.broadway.org.uk/support_us

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

35mm

MON 25, 7.45PM

PYAASA (U) + INTRO With English Subtitles

SCORCHING WINDS (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

Dir: Guru Dutt India 1957 138m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ritwik Ghatak India 1960 126m

Starring: Mala Sinha, Guru Dutt

Dir: M.S. Sathyu India 1974 146m

Starring: Supriya Choudhury, Anil Chatterjee

“Possibly one of the most remarkable transpositions of poetry on screen” (Olivier Assayas). An immortal classic, director/star Guru Dutt’s soulful, romantic Pyaasa is a sumptuous tale of a young poet’s ambitions. Starkly photographed in swoon-worthy black and white, it is easy to see why Dutt is considered one of the true masters of Indian cinema.

Starring: Balraj Sahni, A.K. Hangal

An undisputed arthouse classic that introduced a new vision of Indian cinema to the world, writer/director Ritwik Ghatak’s story of a post-partition Bengali family is a dark melodrama full of expressionistic beauty and evincing a rare empathy for its female characters.

BUNDLE OFFER: see 3 Indian classic screenings for the price of 2 SEASON GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £3.60 each (applies to Indian Classics and Hotel Salvation. Does not apply to Victoria and Abdul) VICTORIA AND ABDUL GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £5.60 each

120m

SUN 10, 4PM

MON 11, 8PM

MON 18, 6.30PM

FILM OPEN

OXIDE GHOSTS: THE BRASS EYE TAPES + Q&A (CERT TBC)

DISPOSSESSION: THE GREAT SOCIAL HOUSING SWINDLE (CERT TBC) + Q&A

An opportunity for new and emerging filmmaking talents to showcase their work, network with other filmmakers and gain valuable peer-to-peer insights. Film Open is free to enter for everyone and we especially focus on films that star or are directed and/or produced by black and minority ethnic talent and women. In this programme there’ll be locally-made music videos, documentaries and dramas. We’re also proud to present 1745, a short film about two sisters escaping slavery, set in the Scottish Highlands.

Dir: Michael Cumming UK 2017 60m

Made from hundreds of hours of unseen material from his personal archive, director Michael Cumming’s film shares insights into the process of making the legendary TV series Brass Eye. Michael directed both the pilots and the series and, over a two-year period, witnessed the highs and lows of Brass Eye from a very personal perspective. Part documentary, part artwork – the film carries the blessing of Chris Morris and provides a rare glimpse of his extraordinary working practices.

WED 27, 7.45PM

THE CLOUD-CAPPED STAR (PG) + INTRO

One of the most poignant and celebrated films made about Partition, sensitively depicting the human cost of political change, Scorching Winds is the rare tale of the plight of Muslims who opted to stay in the land of their forefathers rather than leave for Pakistan.

The screening will be followed by a skype Q&A with members of the cast and crew from 1745.

Gems from the British Film Archives. Details online at broadway.org.uk.

Reservoir Dogs launched Quentin Tarantino’s career and brought him to Broadway’s Shots in the Dark Crime & Mystery Festival. We celebrate this landmark in cinema history with a special screening, followed by a Tarantino-themed party in our Cafébar.

Dir: Paul Sng UK 2017 83m

For some people, a housing crisis means not getting planning permission for a loft conversion. For others it means, quite simply, losing their home. Narrated by Maxine Peake, Dispossession... explores the catastrophic failures that have led to a chronic shortage of social housing in Britain.

From his extraordinary Cold War novels to his powerful descriptions of the arms trade in The Night Manager, and the War on Terror in A Most Wanted Man, the writing of John le Carré has come to define the last half century. In this one-off event, the author discusses the full breadth of his career, and reflects on the continuing story of his most famous creation, the tubby, bespectacled spy, George Smiley.

AS LIVE

SUN 10, 2PM

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG) 127m The story of three brilliant AfricanAmerican women working at NASA, who defied gender and race to help launch astronaut John Glenn into orbit. This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

After the screening there’ll be a #HousingDay panel Q&A. SAT 30, 1.30PM

Michael will be doing a Q&A after the film – spilling beans, shattering myths and letting a few cats out of the bag.

Tickets: £3.50

Film Open is curated by Sophia Ramcharan, an independent film producer and a film programmer at Broadway.

Advised Cert 18

SUN 1 OCT, TIME TBC

SOUTH ASIAN BRITAIN ON FILM

A famous filmmaker recalls his childhood in a Sicilian village, when he fell in love with cinema and formed a deep friendship with the local projectionist.

SUN 24, 6PM

BECOMING CARY GRANT (CERT TBC)

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL (CERT TBC) 90m Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. This month Short Stack focuses on Annie's The Movie (a 30 minute documentary about Nottingham’s Annie’s Burger Shack) with a selection of other shorts. Annie and the director of the film will also attend the screening and discuss their film. Tickets £3.50

Dir: Mark Kidel France 2017 85m

Fresh from its premiere at Cannes, this new documentary presents a radically new perspective on Cary Grant, examining his journey from Bristol boy Archibald Leach to one of Hollywood’s greatest ever actors. A screen icon from classic Hollywood, Grant was also a tormented man, forever fighting self-doubt and insecurity. A story of a man in search of himself. Presented as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour, a Watershed project with support from BFI awarding funds from The National Lottery.

WED 13, 8PM SUN 17, 2PM

DAVID GILMOUR LIVE AT POMPEII (PG) 114m 45 years after Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour filmed ‘Live At Pompeii’ in the legendary Roman Amphitheatre there, he returned for two spectacular shows, part of his year-long tour in support of his No.1 album ‘Rattle That Lock’.

SOME LIKE IT HOT (12) 116m Two male musicians flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women after witnessing a mob hit.

INTERROGATING FILM NOIR (90m)

NEW

This course is designed to investigate a series of questions about one of the most fascinating and complex categories of film. Does ‘film noir’ refer to a specific period of film production? Is its use restricted to films from, say, the 1940s and 1950s? Does it apply only to American films? Is it a genre? Why is it known by a French term rather than an English one? We will be examining visual style and narrative themes; issues of gender, including archetypal characterisations such as the private eye and the femme fatale; influences and antecedents such as ‘hard-boiled’ fiction and German Expressionism; wartime and ‘low-budget’ noir; and noir stars. Tutor: Ian Brookes 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 2 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

TEN GREAT FILM COMPOSERS (120m)

NEW

Music has nearly always been an essential element of a successful film. Even silent cinema was rarely silent – the accompaniment made for a more enjoyable spectacle. For ten weeks we will analyse how the rich textures of a great soundtrack can often heighten our emotional responses to the drama on the screen, through the works of Williams, Barry, Rota, Morricone, Herrmann and five other greats. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 4 Oct, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

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 Wednesday 4 Oct, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb+conc

TALK CINEMA (90m)

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KEY MOMENTS IN BRITISH CINEMA (90m)

NEW

An introduction to some key moments in British cinema history. From Hammer to Heritage, Kitchen Sink to Curtis, this course will examine selected British films through tutor-led discussion and screenings. You’ll explore the work of acclaimed British filmmakers, examine the output of legendary studios, plus study key trends such as the British New Wave. No prior knowledge is required, just an interest in film and an enthusiasm to learn more. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 13 Nov, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 120m

The End of The End chronicles the final tour from the band who forged the sound of metal - Black Sabbath.

SUN 24, 2PM

MARY POPPINS (U) 138m Jane and Michael are pleasantly surprised by the arrival of their magical new nanny, Mary Poppins.

Book your place online on our website or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

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

KALEIDOSCOPE

20%OFF

An Arts Council Touring Exhibition

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 1, FROM 7.30PM

COLOUR AND SEQUENCE IN 1960s BRITISH ART 15 July - 24 September Djanogly Gallery Nottingham Lakeside Arts Open Tuesday - Sunday inclusive Admission free

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK @Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Thebes 1966 by William Tucker, Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © the artist 2017. Photo: Anna Arca

FRI 29, FROM 8PM

TARANTINO PARTY To complement our 25th anniversary screening of Reservoir Dogs, we will be throwing a Tarantino-inspired party in the Cafébar, with a DJ set before and after the film, milkshakes, and yes – a dance contest! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged. That’s a bingo!

FROM FRI 15 SEP

INDIAN INSPIRED MENU To coincide with the release of Victoria and Abdul, Hotel Salvation and our ‘India on Film’ season, we will have a number of Indian-inspired treats on the menu this month. Have a look at our specials board each day for a selection of mains, sides, and snacks.

THU 28, 8PM

BLACK SABBATH THE END OF THE END

12

To mark the opening night of Patti Cake$, we’ll have DJs and special musical guests with killer lines all evening. Our DJ set will start from 7.30PM, and we’ll get louder from 10.30PM.

QUIZZES

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

SAT 23, 5PM

JOHN LE CARRÉ – AN EVENING WITH GEORGE SMILEY (CERT TBC)

CINEMA PARADISO (PG) 118m

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

FOOD

Our popular Digital Photography workshops are back! Part Two: SAT 23 SEP (Intermediate) Part One: SAT 21 OCT (Beginners) 10AM - 4.30PM Cost £90 / £75 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Ashley Bird Ages 18+

“My biggest achievement since leaving the academy was pitching an idea to a panel of tutors and industry professionals and winning a budget to direct my second short film. Without the regional academy, I wouldn’t have realised my passion for filmmaking or begun my journey into this industry.” Ynez, 2015/16 participant

This two-day course for adults will provide an introduction to the basics of filmmaking. Over the weekend you’ll learn about the processes involved in digital film production from initial concept to finished film. You will work in a small group to develop an idea into a script, then shoot and edit on professional equipment. SAT 28 & SUN 29 OCT, 10AM - 4.30PM Cost: £180 / £150 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) £160 (with early bird discount if booking before 30 SEP) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Ages 18+

35mm

FRI 22, 5.15PM

THU 7, 7.45PM

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, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing Monday 2 Oct, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb+conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

NEW

Welcome to the serious business of cinematic comedy. The course will explore iconic silent pioneers like Lloyd, Keaton and Chaplin, and the early sound era, encompassing the great Laurel and Hardy, the subversive Marx Brothers and the whip-smart screwball funnies of the 1930s. We will also look at British and European influences like Ealing and Jacques Tati, as well as addressing issues such as representation, race, satire, class and gender. Expect gems like Duck Soup, Modern Times, Some Like it Hot, Withnail and I, Life of Brian, Bringing up Baby and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 3 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc

EVENT

DEMYSTIFYING THE DSLR

Visit broadway.org.uk/filmacademy for more details and to apply. Application Deadline: SUN 17 SEP (MIDNIGHT)

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING: BEGINNERS*

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL

Bring your mini maestros and melody makers along to enjoy a tuneful treat and selection of short animations with a musical theme, from Flatpack’s Colour Box touring shorts programme. There will also be the chance to get musical and make some noise! SAT 16 SEP, 10AM - 11.30AM Cost: £6.50 for 1 adult and 1 child (£3 per additional child) Suitable for ages 4+ and their parents and guardians.

AGED 16-19 AND INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO OUR BFI FILM ACADEMY?

NEW

THE KILLING JOKE (90m)

SEPTEMBER 2017

EVENT

MELODY MAKERS WITH FLATPACK ASSEMBLE

11

AUTUMN COURSES TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

FRI 29, 8.45PM

They were perfect strangers, assembled to pull off the perfect crime. Then their simple robbery explodes into a bloody ambush and the ruthless killers realise one of them is a police informant. But which one?

SEPTEMBER 2017

WITHNAIL AND I

SEPTEMBER 2017

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, 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.

Brought to you by


07

WE HAVE LOTS OF ACTIVITIES TO INSPIRE CREATIVITY

COME ALONG, JOIN US AND GET INVOLVED

SEPTEMBER 2017

INDIA ON FILM

08

A chance to celebrate rarely seen classics of Indian cinema. Many of these films have been previously unavailable to screen in the UK and there is no better time to watch them than this seventieth anniversary year of India’s independence.

SEPTEMBER 2017

09

SEPTEMBER 2017

LIVE BY SATELLITE

Ruth Maxey and Paul McGarr from The University of Nottingham will be introducing these screenings.

10

MY MOVIES

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

With thanks to Skinder Hundal and The New Art Exchange.

RESERVOIR DOGS (18) SUN 3, 2PM

Dir: Quentin Tarantino US 1992 99m Starring: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth

For more information and to book any of the above courses and workshops visit www.broadway.org.uk/groups/film_courses

SUN 24, 5PM

TUE 26, 7.45PM

THE MUSIC ROOM (U) + INTRO

BOMBAY (12) + INTRO

THE CLAY BIRD (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Mani Ratnam India 1995 138m

Dir: Tareque Masud Bangladesh 2002 98m

Dir: Satyajit Ray India 1958 100m

Starring: Arvind Swamy, Manisha Koirala

Starring: Nurul Islam Bablu, Russell Farazi

Starring: Chhabi Biswas, Sardar Akhtar

Mani Ratman’s melodrama of starcrossed lovers is set during the 1993 Bombay riots and is masterfully scored by A. R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire). Gorgeous songs and brilliantly choreographed dance numbers tell the story of a Hindu man and Muslim woman seeking to find a place for their love in a repressive society.

The masterpiece of Bangladeshi director Tareque Masud, The Clay Bird won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes 2002. As Bangladesh gains independence in 1960, a young boy is sent to a madrasa by his devout Muslim father. But the divisions both within his family and within the country are not so easily resolved.

Produced between the final two parts of his celebrated Aputrilogy, Satyijat Ray’s evocative, masterful film is a parable of modernity clashing with tradition, set within the decaying palace of a landlord incapable of seeing that the world around him is crumbling.

*Please note this course is designed for people wishing to take their very first steps into filmmaking and not aimed at those with any prior experience.

VIRTUAL REALITY RESIDENCIES Throughout September, watch artists make three-dimensional art in virtual reality. Drop by, step inside their work and try making VR art yourself. See www.nearnow.org.uk to find out more. SAT 9 SEP KID30 SAT 16 SEP HONEY WILLIAMS SAT 30 SEP SCARCE

To find out more about how we inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film, visit www.broadway.org.uk/support_us

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

35mm

MON 25, 7.45PM

PYAASA (U) + INTRO With English Subtitles

SCORCHING WINDS (PG) + INTRO

With English Subtitles

Dir: Guru Dutt India 1957 138m

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ritwik Ghatak India 1960 126m

Starring: Mala Sinha, Guru Dutt

Dir: M.S. Sathyu India 1974 146m

Starring: Supriya Choudhury, Anil Chatterjee

“Possibly one of the most remarkable transpositions of poetry on screen” (Olivier Assayas). An immortal classic, director/star Guru Dutt’s soulful, romantic Pyaasa is a sumptuous tale of a young poet’s ambitions. Starkly photographed in swoon-worthy black and white, it is easy to see why Dutt is considered one of the true masters of Indian cinema.

Starring: Balraj Sahni, A.K. Hangal

An undisputed arthouse classic that introduced a new vision of Indian cinema to the world, writer/director Ritwik Ghatak’s story of a post-partition Bengali family is a dark melodrama full of expressionistic beauty and evincing a rare empathy for its female characters.

BUNDLE OFFER: see 3 Indian classic screenings for the price of 2 SEASON GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £3.60 each (applies to Indian Classics and Hotel Salvation. Does not apply to Victoria and Abdul) VICTORIA AND ABDUL GROUP DISCOUNT: pre-booked groups of 10+ tickets £5.60 each

120m

SUN 10, 4PM

MON 11, 8PM

MON 18, 6.30PM

FILM OPEN

OXIDE GHOSTS: THE BRASS EYE TAPES + Q&A (CERT TBC)

DISPOSSESSION: THE GREAT SOCIAL HOUSING SWINDLE (CERT TBC) + Q&A

An opportunity for new and emerging filmmaking talents to showcase their work, network with other filmmakers and gain valuable peer-to-peer insights. Film Open is free to enter for everyone and we especially focus on films that star or are directed and/or produced by black and minority ethnic talent and women. In this programme there’ll be locally-made music videos, documentaries and dramas. We’re also proud to present 1745, a short film about two sisters escaping slavery, set in the Scottish Highlands.

Dir: Michael Cumming UK 2017 60m

Made from hundreds of hours of unseen material from his personal archive, director Michael Cumming’s film shares insights into the process of making the legendary TV series Brass Eye. Michael directed both the pilots and the series and, over a two-year period, witnessed the highs and lows of Brass Eye from a very personal perspective. Part documentary, part artwork – the film carries the blessing of Chris Morris and provides a rare glimpse of his extraordinary working practices.

WED 27, 7.45PM

THE CLOUD-CAPPED STAR (PG) + INTRO

One of the most poignant and celebrated films made about Partition, sensitively depicting the human cost of political change, Scorching Winds is the rare tale of the plight of Muslims who opted to stay in the land of their forefathers rather than leave for Pakistan.

The screening will be followed by a skype Q&A with members of the cast and crew from 1745.

Gems from the British Film Archives. Details online at broadway.org.uk.

Reservoir Dogs launched Quentin Tarantino’s career and brought him to Broadway’s Shots in the Dark Crime & Mystery Festival. We celebrate this landmark in cinema history with a special screening, followed by a Tarantino-themed party in our Cafébar.

Dir: Paul Sng UK 2017 83m

For some people, a housing crisis means not getting planning permission for a loft conversion. For others it means, quite simply, losing their home. Narrated by Maxine Peake, Dispossession... explores the catastrophic failures that have led to a chronic shortage of social housing in Britain.

From his extraordinary Cold War novels to his powerful descriptions of the arms trade in The Night Manager, and the War on Terror in A Most Wanted Man, the writing of John le Carré has come to define the last half century. In this one-off event, the author discusses the full breadth of his career, and reflects on the continuing story of his most famous creation, the tubby, bespectacled spy, George Smiley.

AS LIVE

SUN 10, 2PM

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG) 127m The story of three brilliant AfricanAmerican women working at NASA, who defied gender and race to help launch astronaut John Glenn into orbit. This screening will have Captioned Subtitles for the hard of hearing.

After the screening there’ll be a #HousingDay panel Q&A. SAT 30, 1.30PM

Michael will be doing a Q&A after the film – spilling beans, shattering myths and letting a few cats out of the bag.

Tickets: £3.50

Film Open is curated by Sophia Ramcharan, an independent film producer and a film programmer at Broadway.

Advised Cert 18

SUN 1 OCT, TIME TBC

SOUTH ASIAN BRITAIN ON FILM

A famous filmmaker recalls his childhood in a Sicilian village, when he fell in love with cinema and formed a deep friendship with the local projectionist.

SUN 24, 6PM

BECOMING CARY GRANT (CERT TBC)

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL (CERT TBC) 90m Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. This month Short Stack focuses on Annie's The Movie (a 30 minute documentary about Nottingham’s Annie’s Burger Shack) with a selection of other shorts. Annie and the director of the film will also attend the screening and discuss their film. Tickets £3.50

Dir: Mark Kidel France 2017 85m

Fresh from its premiere at Cannes, this new documentary presents a radically new perspective on Cary Grant, examining his journey from Bristol boy Archibald Leach to one of Hollywood’s greatest ever actors. A screen icon from classic Hollywood, Grant was also a tormented man, forever fighting self-doubt and insecurity. A story of a man in search of himself. Presented as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour, a Watershed project with support from BFI awarding funds from The National Lottery.

WED 13, 8PM SUN 17, 2PM

DAVID GILMOUR LIVE AT POMPEII (PG) 114m 45 years after Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour filmed ‘Live At Pompeii’ in the legendary Roman Amphitheatre there, he returned for two spectacular shows, part of his year-long tour in support of his No.1 album ‘Rattle That Lock’.

SOME LIKE IT HOT (12) 116m Two male musicians flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women after witnessing a mob hit.

INTERROGATING FILM NOIR (90m)

NEW

This course is designed to investigate a series of questions about one of the most fascinating and complex categories of film. Does ‘film noir’ refer to a specific period of film production? Is its use restricted to films from, say, the 1940s and 1950s? Does it apply only to American films? Is it a genre? Why is it known by a French term rather than an English one? We will be examining visual style and narrative themes; issues of gender, including archetypal characterisations such as the private eye and the femme fatale; influences and antecedents such as ‘hard-boiled’ fiction and German Expressionism; wartime and ‘low-budget’ noir; and noir stars. Tutor: Ian Brookes 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 2 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

TEN GREAT FILM COMPOSERS (120m)

NEW

Music has nearly always been an essential element of a successful film. Even silent cinema was rarely silent – the accompaniment made for a more enjoyable spectacle. For ten weeks we will analyse how the rich textures of a great soundtrack can often heighten our emotional responses to the drama on the screen, through the works of Williams, Barry, Rota, Morricone, Herrmann and five other greats. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 4 Oct, 2PM-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc (includes tea, coffee and biscuits)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

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 Wednesday 4 Oct, 6.30PM-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb+conc

TALK CINEMA (90m)

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KEY MOMENTS IN BRITISH CINEMA (90m)

NEW

An introduction to some key moments in British cinema history. From Hammer to Heritage, Kitchen Sink to Curtis, this course will examine selected British films through tutor-led discussion and screenings. You’ll explore the work of acclaimed British filmmakers, examine the output of legendary studios, plus study key trends such as the British New Wave. No prior knowledge is required, just an interest in film and an enthusiasm to learn more. Tutor: Helen Gascoyne 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 13 Nov, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £42/£30 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 120m

The End of The End chronicles the final tour from the band who forged the sound of metal - Black Sabbath.

SUN 24, 2PM

MARY POPPINS (U) 138m Jane and Michael are pleasantly surprised by the arrival of their magical new nanny, Mary Poppins.

Book your place online on our website or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura at l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

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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An Arts Council Touring Exhibition

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 1, FROM 7.30PM

COLOUR AND SEQUENCE IN 1960s BRITISH ART 15 July - 24 September Djanogly Gallery Nottingham Lakeside Arts Open Tuesday - Sunday inclusive Admission free

PATTI CAKE$ OPENING NIGHT PARTY

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Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Thebes 1966 by William Tucker, Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © the artist 2017. Photo: Anna Arca

FRI 29, FROM 8PM

TARANTINO PARTY To complement our 25th anniversary screening of Reservoir Dogs, we will be throwing a Tarantino-inspired party in the Cafébar, with a DJ set before and after the film, milkshakes, and yes – a dance contest! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged. That’s a bingo!

FROM FRI 15 SEP

INDIAN INSPIRED MENU To coincide with the release of Victoria and Abdul, Hotel Salvation and our ‘India on Film’ season, we will have a number of Indian-inspired treats on the menu this month. Have a look at our specials board each day for a selection of mains, sides, and snacks.

THU 28, 8PM

BLACK SABBATH THE END OF THE END

12

To mark the opening night of Patti Cake$, we’ll have DJs and special musical guests with killer lines all evening. Our DJ set will start from 7.30PM, and we’ll get louder from 10.30PM.

QUIZZES

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

SAT 23, 5PM

JOHN LE CARRÉ – AN EVENING WITH GEORGE SMILEY (CERT TBC)

CINEMA PARADISO (PG) 118m

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

FOOD

Our popular Digital Photography workshops are back! Part Two: SAT 23 SEP (Intermediate) Part One: SAT 21 OCT (Beginners) 10AM - 4.30PM Cost £90 / £75 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) Tutor: Ashley Bird Ages 18+

“My biggest achievement since leaving the academy was pitching an idea to a panel of tutors and industry professionals and winning a budget to direct my second short film. Without the regional academy, I wouldn’t have realised my passion for filmmaking or begun my journey into this industry.” Ynez, 2015/16 participant

This two-day course for adults will provide an introduction to the basics of filmmaking. Over the weekend you’ll learn about the processes involved in digital film production from initial concept to finished film. You will work in a small group to develop an idea into a script, then shoot and edit on professional equipment. SAT 28 & SUN 29 OCT, 10AM - 4.30PM Cost: £180 / £150 memb + conc (includes lunch and refreshments) £160 (with early bird discount if booking before 30 SEP) Tutor: Roger Knott-Fayle Ages 18+

35mm

FRI 22, 5.15PM

THU 7, 7.45PM

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, Alan Seaman, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Monday afternoons commencing Monday 2 Oct, 2PM-3.30PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb+conc (includes entrance into films & tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival)

NEW

Welcome to the serious business of cinematic comedy. The course will explore iconic silent pioneers like Lloyd, Keaton and Chaplin, and the early sound era, encompassing the great Laurel and Hardy, the subversive Marx Brothers and the whip-smart screwball funnies of the 1930s. We will also look at British and European influences like Ealing and Jacques Tati, as well as addressing issues such as representation, race, satire, class and gender. Expect gems like Duck Soup, Modern Times, Some Like it Hot, Withnail and I, Life of Brian, Bringing up Baby and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 3 Oct, 7PM-8.30PM Price: £70/£50 memb+conc

EVENT

DEMYSTIFYING THE DSLR

Visit broadway.org.uk/filmacademy for more details and to apply. Application Deadline: SUN 17 SEP (MIDNIGHT)

INTRODUCTION TO FILMMAKING: BEGINNERS*

SHORT STACK: ANNIE’S SPECIAL

Bring your mini maestros and melody makers along to enjoy a tuneful treat and selection of short animations with a musical theme, from Flatpack’s Colour Box touring shorts programme. There will also be the chance to get musical and make some noise! SAT 16 SEP, 10AM - 11.30AM Cost: £6.50 for 1 adult and 1 child (£3 per additional child) Suitable for ages 4+ and their parents and guardians.

AGED 16-19 AND INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO OUR BFI FILM ACADEMY?

NEW

THE KILLING JOKE (90m)

SEPTEMBER 2017

EVENT

MELODY MAKERS WITH FLATPACK ASSEMBLE

11

AUTUMN COURSES TALK CINEMA AFTERNOON (90m)

FRI 29, 8.45PM

They were perfect strangers, assembled to pull off the perfect crime. Then their simple robbery explodes into a bloody ambush and the ruthless killers realise one of them is a police informant. But which one?

SEPTEMBER 2017

WITHNAIL AND I

SEPTEMBER 2017

TUE 12, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 26, 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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