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Help us to help our neighbours please don’t be a problem parker We’re a very busy centre, and with over 700,000 visits since we relaunched this can put a lot of strain on our limited parking spaces. We’re lucky that there’s lots of free parking within just a few minutes walk and when our car park is full after 6pm and at weekends it’s also possible to park next door at Cardiff Community Learning Services. So please don’t park in the nearby streets — it upsets us and our neighbours and you run the risk of getting a hefty £70 fine. And don’t forget Green Points — if you walk to Chapter or use public transport you can get extra loyalty points to spend on theatre and cinema tickets. Our advice is: Arrive early — if our car park is full there’s free parking off Harvey Street (70 spaces, 1 minute walk), off Gray Street (153 spaces, less than 2 minutes walk), off Albert Street (71 spaces, 4 minutes walk) and off Severn Road (130 spaces, less than 5 minutes walk). Check out public transport — number 17, 18 and 33 buses leave the City Centre every 5 minutes. Think about cycling — we’ve got lots of racks outside our main entrance. How about walking? We’re probably closer than you think — just a 20 minute walk from Cardiff Castle. Have you thought about car sharing? Help the planet, help us and help our neighbours all at the same time.

Everyone loves Iris... The Iris Prize has made a huge impact on the international scene and this year’s festival screened to packed houses here at Chapter and at Cineworld. This year’s short film award winner is The Samaritan directed by Magnus Monk from Norway. The associated exhibition, Pink Portraits by the acclaimed photographer Donald MacLellan is still on display on the Upper Level of St David’s Centre and includes portraits of Sir Ian McKellen, Stephen Fry and Iris Prize Director Berwyn Rowlands. It’s free and definitely worth a visit.

We can’t stop growing! We celebrated our first mini harvest at a get together earlier this year with lots of samples of things cooked from the fruits of our community garden. The chocolate and courgette cakes were a huge hit and we just caught the end of a great runner bean, spinach and cabbage season. OK — so our sweetcorn was a bit stunted but otherwise we had a great crop. Thanks to all at Canton Community Gardens who’ve put in so much work. Lots of big plans are underway so get in touch if you want to get involved.

A Big Shout Out to Richer Sounds The local independent company Richer Sounds are our newest sponsor. They specialise in hi-fi, home cinema and flat panel TVs and much of our technology around the centre is kindly loaned from them. They’re based just around the corner in an ‘Aladdin’s Cave’ type shop on Cowbridge Road East — they’ve got great prices, know what they’re talking about and really make you feel welcome. Thank you Richer Sounds — we’re really pleased you’re on board.


Iris Prize Festival (Jon Pountney)


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S Mark Gubb: How Should I Live? (Maybe That’s Not The Question) Until Sun 7 Nov • Tan Sul 7 Tach Wim Wenders’ film Wings of Desire is a seminal reflection on the nature of humanity, centred on the tension between the heavenly protagonists and their earthly counterparts. Acting as an allegory for some of the big philosophical debates, the film conveys the immediacy of such questions of contemporary existence as life, death, love and faith. S Mark Gubb’s exhibition is also a reflection on the nature of existence. Taking its title from a line in the film, How Should I Live? (Maybe That’s Not The Question) raises questions of personal ambition, belief and values, by asking you to make choices as you navigate your way through the gallery. The exhibition explores a kind of naive utopian ideal, and focuses on, among other things, the Costa Rican notion of ‘Pura Vida’ or the ‘Good Life’ as exemplified by the idea that ‘if you have a church, a bar and a football pitch then you have a town’. This notion is tempered by Gubb’s ability to cut across any notions that the journey through life could be without complexity or sacrifice. And so he offers various points of access, allowing engagement with the subject and content in several meaningful ways; pulling different aspects in and out of focus so that the response demanded can also tap into the deeper cultural, political, moral and social decisions that shape us. Biography S Mark Gubb was born in Romsey, Hampshire and studied at the Universities of Derby (BA Fine Art) and Central England (MA Fine Art). Previous exhibitions and projects include Zünderkerze, Matthew Bown Gallery, Berlin; We Have the Mirrors, We Have the Plans, Mostyn, Llandudno (2010); My Empire of Dirt, Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool; Pura Vida, Hinterland, Nottingham (2009); Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, The City Gallery, Leicester (2008); and The Death of Peter Fechter, ICA, London (2007). He is currently working on public commissions for Bristol City Council and The Usher Gallery, Lincoln and a solo show at aspex, Portsmouth. + Gallery Walk & Talk Fri 5 Nov • 6pm • Gwe 5 Tach Mark discusses his work with Ellen Mara de Wachter, Curator for Zabludowicz Collection. Free (no booking necessary) We have produced a limited edition print to accompany the exhibition. ‘Free For All Forever’ has been printed by Print Market project in Cardiff and is available from The Shop priced at £100 unframed or £175 framed (or you can pay in instalments through the Collectorplan scheme). For more information please ask in the Gallery. Top image: Don’t Kill Dolphins, printed billboard poster, 2010, 3x4m. Image courtesy the artist and Ceri Hand Gallery. Bottom image: Free For All Forever, Chapter lightbox commission, 2010 (Sponsored by Morgan Signs).

Gallery open: Tue — Sat 10-8pm; Sun 2-8pm. Closed Mondays.

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Assembly: Art in the Bar Casper Scarth Until Sun 5 December • Tan Sul 5 Rhagfyr Casper Scarth’s surrealist paintings draw on recurring themes, often exploring the loss of innocence, lack of freedom, autonomy of the individual and the hostilities faced in a globalised community. For Chapter, Scarth is presenting a new body of work that focuses on public spaces that have been transformed into artificial wastelands. The once thriving environments fail to provide inhabitants with their main functions of access, shelter and recreation; instead surrendering themselves to the sprawling flora that surrounds them. His observational paintings focus on simple form and structure, imitating the proverbial architecture of childhood playgrounds, public conveniences and deserted streets. Spaces once overlooked are abstracted into dreamlike scenes of familiarity, suggesting feelings of confinement and unease. Developing a growing fascination with London’s urban dynamics, social change and architectural regeneration, Scarth continues to use his surroundings as the main inspiration in his work. Biography Casper Scarth was born in 1971 in Retford and now lives in London. He received BAs from the University of Plymouth, Exeter and the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam before completing an MA at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. Recent solo exhibitions include The Fields, Kester+Bles Gallery, London (2010); Prime Cut, Ada Street Gallery (2006); and Lazy Bourgeois, Celia Johnson Gallery, London (2002). He was awarded the Shawn Memorial Prize for Landscape Painting in 1993.

Image: Casper Scarth, Installation at Chapter, 2010.

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Tim Davies: 50th Year to Heaven Fri 26 Nov — Sun 16 Jan • Gwe 26 Tach — Sul 16 Ion The seemingly simple beauty of Tim Davies’ work conceals complex and unexpected connections with politics, class and social issues. His concepts span time and place, conflict and power, and often focus on hidden historical details that question notions of colonialism and nationalism. This exhibition features new and existing works and includes a commission that documents Davies’ year long contemplation of the use of photojournalistic images as a witness to local and global events. The work seeks out patterns amongst the ordinary and extraordinary — where the trivial is positioned next to the brutal, the usual alongside the unusual — within the framework of 365 days. Every day then acts as a witness. A bookwork accompanies the piece. Biography Tim Davies lives and works in Swansea, having studied in London, Norwich and Canterbury. Previous exhibitions include: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea; Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia and Mostyn, Llandudno (2010); The Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, Ireland (2009); V22, London (2008); Aberystywth Arts Centre (2006); CAC, Vilnius (2005). His work is represented in the Arts Council Collection at Hayward Gallery, London; the National Museum Wales in Cardiff; Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea; National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth and the Contemporary Arts Society. Tim will represent Wales at The Venice Biennale of Art 2011. This exhibition has received generous financial support from the Colwinston Charitable Trust

Image: Tim Davies, 50th Year to Heaven (detail), 2010.

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Re–Live A Story to Call My Own Wed 3 + Thu 4 Nov • 8pm • Mer 3 + Iau 4 Tach Returning to Chapter following its premiere last year, A Story To Call My Own is a show about identity, escape and returning. From war-torn London to rural Carmarthenshire, the mining community of the Rhondda Valley and the claustrophobic city streets of Cardiff, memories are mapped and re-lived. Three older people take you on a brave, funny and poignant journey through key moments in their lives. The show also invites you to think about your own story. After all, everyone has a story to tell. The return of this autobiographical show marks the beginning of an exciting new partnership which puts Chapter and Re-Live at the centre of the growing international debate on creative ageing. Over the next three years further innovative and energetic productions will be developed which give a voice to the older generation. £6/£4 Supported by the Arts Council of Wales and The Baring Foundation. www.re-live.org.uk

Sherri D. Sutton Taking out the White Trash Fri 5 Nov • 8pm • Gwe 5 Tach Sherri D. Sutton (Don’t Make Fun of Jesus) returns to Chapter with her hilarious new show and she’s spilling the Dirty South’s secrets, as only a true southern belle dyke can tell ‘em.

Tamco Sat 6 Nov • 8pm • Sad 6 Tach Drawing on influences from Tom Waits to Nick Cave and Julie Driscol to Roberta Flack, Tamco was born out of late night whiskies and a shared love of ‘50s and ‘60s jazz. The band features some of Bristol’s most creative and innovative musicians, including vocalist Tammy Payne (Smith and Mighty, Jukes), bassist Jim Barr (Portishead, Get The Blessing), guitarist Neil Smith (Liftmen), keyboardist Dan Moore (Andy Sheppard) and drummer Dylan Howe (Nick Cave, Damon Albarn and Robert Wyatt). Their debut album is an evocative collection of songs by greats such as Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. £10/£8/£6 www.myspace.com/tamcouk

Mán Méla Theatre Company Voices of Partition Wed 10 Nov • 8pm • Mer 10 Tach This evening of music and spoken word celebrates the beginning of ‘Sangat’, a coming together of cultures within Wales inspired by the legacies of the partition of British India and the formation of Pakistan and India in 1947. The evening features contributions from playwright Mazhar Tirmazi; the Sangat Community Chorus of Barry and the Vale; Welsh-Estonian folk duo, Sild; and poet Menna Elfyn who has recently written a new poem in aid of the Disaster Appeal in Pakistan. Voices of Partition is a new project featuring a series of debates and multi-lingual performances, readings and cultural exchanges.

£10 (on the door) In support of Theatre Versus Oppression and Kywangali Refugee Camp.

£10/£8/£6 Supported by the Arts Council of Wales and the Vale of Glamorgan Council. This show is also at Porthceri Arts Centre in Barry on Tue 9 Nov. Tickets available from Chapter box office.

Taking out the White Trash

Mán Méla: Sangat Community Chorus


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On The Edge The Ordinary Three by Lotty Morris Tue 9 Nov • 8pm • Maw 9 Tach The latest in Michael Kelligan’s season of scriptheld performances of plays written and directed by women. The lives of two men living in happy squalor take an unexpected turn when a woman appears and makes extraordinary demands. £4 (on the door)

Late and Live with Boyd Thu 11 Nov • 9pm • Iau 11 Tach With an introduction by Ed Thomas and special guest appearances from some of Wales' foremost actors, this celebratory evening marks the publication of Boyd Clack’s memoir ‘Kisses Sweeter Than Wine’. This sharp, honest and absorbing literary memoir picks apart a challenging upbringing in Tonyrefail, his wanderings to Australia, Amsterdam and London, and his experimentation as a young man with drink, drugs and love. Boyd Clack is a man of many talents: a writer, actor, musician, comedian and enthusiast, he has released a critically-acclaimed album, started the Doom Rock-band The Lemmings in 70s Amsterdam and starred and co-wrote the cult comedy shows High Hopes and Satellite City. £5 (redeemable against the purchase of Kisses Sweeter Than Wine on the night)

“Awesome and hilarious... I cannot recommend this moving, truthful, funny and endearing roller coaster of a ride enough.” Eve Myles

Muscle by Greg Cullen Thu 11 — Sat 20 Nov • 8pm • Iau 11 — Sad 20 Tach + Thu 11 + Thu 18 Nov • 2pm • Iau 11 + Iau 18 Tach (no performances on Sun 14 or Mon 15 Nov)

Love us or loathe us, men are everywhere. We have the habit of popping up, often unexpectedly, in your beds, wombs, wars and conversations. You find us in your arms, nightmares and fondest memories. We come, for better or for worse, in guises as disparate as grandfather and son, priest and lover, yet apparently we all hail from Mars. No wonder being a man is problematic; it’s dangerous, pressured, ridiculous, funny and sometimes tragic, but it is also capable of being something beautiful. Back at Chapter following a successful run in January, Muscle is a richly textured fusion of theatre, dance, music and documentary. Inspired by poignant interviews with males of all ages across Wales and performed by an eclectic all male cast, Muscle has been created by writer/ director Greg Cullen and choreographer/dancer Phil Williams with music by Benjamin Talbott. £12/£8/£6

Everyman Theatre The Crucible by Arthur Miller Tue 16 — Sat 20 Nov • 7.30pm • Maw 16 — Sad 20 Tach + Sat 20 Nov • 2pm • Sad 20 Tach This 20th Century masterpiece documents the real life drama that was played out in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. Salem remains notorious for the persecution of innocent people and the loss of life of those condemned of witchcraft. This tense and powerful drama guarantees a riveting theatrical experience. An amateur production presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd. £10 (Saturday matinee: £8)

Boyd Clack

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Volcano Theatre 1977 Fri 12 + Sat 13 Nov • 8pm • Gwe 12 + Sad 13 Tach Love. Politics. A big movie. And some very loud drums. It’s 1977 — a thriving year for plane hijackings, and a busy period for the terrorists of the Red Army Faction. The Sex Pistols and the The Clash have released their seminal albums, and with Franco gone, Spain’s fascist regime has gasped its last breaths. The Vietnam War is over, although its effect on American culture and global politics is still evident. Volcano’s latest show begins on the notoriously troubled set of Apocalypse Now. As Coppola, Sheen and the crew go mad in the jungle, the action transfers to a very different event on the other side of the world, where a conference is gathering that aims to take the temperature of a ‘dying century’. The lives and stories of two young delegates unfold with shattering consequences against the twin backdrops of the conference rooms and Coppola’s film. Directed by John Hardwick. With Paul Davies, Philip Ralph and Peter Webb. Movement Advisor: Catherine Bennett. With music by The Doors, Patti Smith and Gang of Four. £12/£10/£8

Theatr Bara Caws: 100 Fri 26 + Sat 27 Nov • 8pm • Gwe 27 + Sad 27 Tach Dychmygwch fod yn rhaid i chi ddewis un atgof yn unig o’ch bywyd – bydd y gweddill yn diflannu am byth. Dychmygwch mai’r atgof hwnnw yw’r unig beth fydd yn gwmni i chi’n dragywydd. Cludir ni o swyddfa yn Llundain, i ras feiciau modur, o ddyfnder coedwigoedd yr Amazon i ymyl dibyn bodolaeth wrth i’r unigolion geisio cipio un em werthfawr o flerwch eu byw a’u bod. Addaswyd y gwaith i’r Gymraeg gan Elin Jones, o’r darn a greuwyd gyntaf gan Neil Monaghan, Diene Petterle a Christopher Heimann. Actorion: Darren Stokes, Rhodri Trefor, Ioan Gwyn, Mared Elliw Huws a Sioned Wyn Jones Gyda Tony Llewelyn a Sarah Mumford yn cyfarwyddo. £10/£8

Charlotte Greig, Anthony Reynolds & Gerald Tyler Doctor Freud’s Cabaret Wed 1 + Thu 2 Dec • 8pm • Mer 1 + Iau 2 Rhag Fresh from their sold-out show in London’s Freud Museum, acclaimed Wales-based musicians and writers Charlotte Greig and Anthony Reynolds present their playful piece of musical theatre featuring songs in the voices of Freud’s early patients. The show also explores the world of magic and illusion, with conjuring tricks, mind reading, and free association live on stage. Greig and Reynolds sing this suite of original songs, with musical accompaniment of the period. Gerald Tyler stars as Freud’s right-hand man, the redoubtable Welsh psychoanalyst, Ernest Jones. £12/£10/£8

1977 (image: Kirsten McTernan)

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Jennie Savage & James Tyson A Circle Thu 25 — Sat 27 Nov • 8pm • Iau 25 — Sad 27 Tach This animated short film takes you on a journey through a global city. A city of architectural objects which function as machines for the industry of the twenty-first century: processing capital. A Circle looks into the gaps to discover a human presence reflected in its surface and explores the potential of collapse as a metaphor for questioning what it means to be human; to live within this machine. Voices, reflections and dialogues provide a soundtrack in response to spaces which are conceived visually and rationalised scientifically to maximise consumption yet are presented as a kind of utopia. Jennie Savage is an artist who seeks to transform people’s perception of place through the creation of mediated experience. She explores the grey areas between public spaces, town planning, constructed landscapes and the human story and the lives and personal narratives connected to these sites. Her recent projects in Cardiff include The Arcades Project: A 3D Documentary; Out in the World and STAR Radio. She has published two books, Depending on Time (2009) and STAR: A psychotopography of place (2006) and has had major exhibitions in the UK and internationally. This latest work commissioned by Chapter has been made in collaboration with Theatre Programmer James Tyson and features the voices of Sharon Morgan, John Rowley, Caroline Sabin, James Long, Maiko Bae Yamamoto, Susan Leblanc-Crawford, Alex McLean and Ben Stone. Free

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Drones Comedy Club

Thu 28 Oct • 9.30am–5pm • Iau 28 Hyd Aimed at anyone working in the arts in Wales, this creative conference provides an opportunity to network, share ideas and learn practical ways in which you can make a difference in these times of ecological, economic and social instability. Please book by visiting www.sustainwales.com 029 2019 2024

Fri 5 + Fri 19 Nov • 8.30pm • Gwe 5 + Gwe 19 Tach Resident hosts Clint Edwards and Dan Thomas showcase the very best in new stand up comedy.

£15 (freelancers) / £25 (organisations)

Coffee Shop Debates: Car is King — Has the time come for abdication? Tue 2 Nov • 6.30pm • Maw 2 Tach The Institute of Welsh Affairs continues its series of informal debates. It is a commonly held assumption that the freedom to travel has liberated us socially and economically. For the last 50 years the building of new roads has been seen as a way of bringing prosperity to deprived communities. But is this true? And can it continue? This debate is chaired by Lee Waters of the sustainable transport charity, Sustrans. Free (call 029 2066 0820 to book your place) www.iwa.org.uk

SWDFAS Lecture: The Restoration of Windsor Castle Thu 11 Nov • 2pm • Iau 11 Tach This South Wales Decorative and Fine Arts Society lecture gives an account of the Windsor Castle fire of 1992 and celebrates the resulting restoration project. The host of this lecture John Thorneycroft has over 30 years experience with some of the most outstanding historic buildings in the UK. He acted as an advisor following the major fires at Hampton Court, Uppark and Windsor Castle.

£3 (on the door)

Make It Pretty Sat 6 Nov • 11am — 4pm • Sad 6 Tach This lovely craft and fashion fair showcases local talent, with everything from handmade jewellery to vintage finds and clothing. Each seller brings something unique to their table, making it the perfect place to find a gift. Free

Cardiff Shakespeare Readers: Cymbeline Sun 14 Nov • 6.30pm • Sul 14 Tach Cardiff Shakespeare Readers get together every month to experience the works of Shakespeare spoken aloud. All are welcome to attend and read. Please bring a copy of the script if you have one. £3 (on the door)

Sunday Jazz: Chapter Four Sun 21 Nov • 9pm • Sul 21 Tach An evening of melodic acoustic jazz in the Caffi Bar with Glen Manby (alto sax), Jim Barber (piano), Gavin Johnson (bass) and Greg Evans (drums). Free

Scrabble Sunday Sun 14 Nov • 6pm • Sul 14 Tach

£5 (on the door)

The boards are supplied, as is a referee. There’s no tournament: score, don’t score, gamble — play it however you like. It’s free and it’s full of nice people. Come and get involved with some wordplay, tea and cake!

Coffee Shop Debates

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HIRES & Spaces

Sherman Cymru at Chapter Throughout 2010 we’re playing host to our friends from Sherman Cymru while their building undergoes a £5.4 million redevelopment. They’re continuing to produce and tour theatre and their residency at Chapter features creative learning, new writing and new artist development activity. www.shermancymru.co.uk

Sherman Sherbets Until Sat 4 Dec • Tan Sad 4 Rhag These Saturday drama workshops give children the opportunity to explore their imagination and be creative. It’s a fun way of making friends and learning new skills. 9.30am — 10.30am (Ages 4–6) 12pm — 1pm (Ages 4–6) 10.30am — 12pm (Ages 7–9) 1pm — 2.30pm (Ages 7–9)

Ages 4–6: £50 for 10 sessions Ages 7–9: £60 for 10 sessions

To book a place please contact: heather.jones@shermancymru.co.uk 029 2064 6911

Elsewhere in Cardiff: Measure for Measure

Snow Child/Plentyn yr Eira

Thu 18 Nov — Sun 5 Dec Iau 18 Tach — Sul 5 Rhag Sherman Cymru are taking over The Provincial (the old Nat West Bank in Cardiff Bay) to stage this electric take on Shakespeare’s powerful social satire. To book tickets call 029 2064 6900

Tue 14 Dec — Sat 1 Jan Maw 14 Rhag — Sad 1 Ion Sherman Cymru and Theatr Iolo have joined forces to present this magical winter treat for children aged 3-6 and their families at the Wales Millennium Centre. To book tickets call 029 2063 6464

We have a number of spaces and facilities for hire at Chapter, many of which are booked regularly by a wonderful mix of day and evening classes. Visit our website or pick up a leaflet at the box office to see what’s on offer. Our flexible hire spaces are suitable for everything from conferences, meetings and lectures to personal film screenings, live gigs, video shoots and private parties.

Christmas Party Isn’t it about time you started thinking about this year’s Christmas party? Whether you’re planning the annual office outing, or you just need an excuse to have some quality time with friends and family, our party package could be just the trick. You’ll get exclusive room hire, your very own private bar with red/white wine & bottled beer, festive decorations, party music and a three course feast! For more details and to discuss options and availability give our hires manager Nicky Keeping a ring on 029 2031 1058/50 or email nicky.keeping@chapter.org


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Made in Dagenham

Mr. Nice

Fri 29 Oct — Wed 10 Nov • Gwe 29 Hyd — Mer 10 Tach

Fri 22 Oct — Thu 4 Nov • Gwe 22 Hyd — Iau 4 Tach

UK/2010/113mins/15. Dir: Nigel Cole. With Sally Hawkins, Rosamund Pike, Miranda Richardson, Bob Hoskins.

UK/2010/121mins/18. Dir: Bernard Rose. With Rhys Ifans, Chloë Sevigny and David Thewliss.

It’s 1968 and both workers’ and cultural revolutions are taking place around the world. Rita works at the Ford plant in Dagenham stitching together seat covers. It’s intricate work carried out in sweltering conditions — so why are the workers paid the same as unskilled labourers? The director of Calendar Girls has joined forces with a host of British talent to bring us a joyful and uplifting retelling of the groundbreaking strike when a group of women teamed up to fight for their rights. + Socialistas meeting following the screening on Thu 4 Nov at 6pm. Socialistas is a network of sociable women who care passionately about social justice and equal rights. For more info go to Facebook and search for Socialistas.

Bringing to life the best-selling autobiography about the life and career of Kenfig Hill’s most famous son, Howard Marks, Mr Nice tells the story of the charismatic drugs smuggler who was at one time Britain’s most wanted man. Linked with MI6, the IRA and the Mafia, he eventually spent seven years in America’s toughest penitentiary before reinventing himself as a highly popular public raconteur. Rhys Ifans is a thoroughly charming personification of the 1980s’ Public Enemy Number One and, while it would be nice to think that crime doesn’t pay, Mr. Nice doesn’t make a convincing case. + Swn music video before all screenings + Adaptations: Book / Film Club Tue 26 Oct • Maw 26 Hyd The ‘reading group with a difference’ gets together following the screening to discuss Mr Nice and the book that inspired it. See p22 for details of the next Adaptations event.

The Illusionist Fri 29 Oct —Thu 4 Nov • Gwe 29 Hyd — Iau 4 Tach France/UK/2010/80mins/PG. Dir: Sylvain Chomet.

This magical animation from the team that brought us Belleville Rendezvous is based on an unproduced script originally written by Jacques Tati in 1956 for his illegitimate, estranged daughter. A struggling illusionist, Monsieur Tatischeff, travels to Edinburgh to try his luck with a new audience. On the way, he meets a young girl in a Scottish fishing village who’s so impressed with his abilities that she becomes his assistant as well as his surrogate daughter. The Illusionist is a love letter to 1950s Edinburgh, with the city’s distinctive architecture and changeable weather all painted in an evocative watercolour palette. + Introduction on Tue 2 Nov at 2.30pm by Chris Glynn, Programme Director for the BA in Illustration, Cardiff School of Design, UWIC.

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Chapter MovieMaker Mon 1 Nov • Llun 1 Tach Screenings of short films by independent filmmakers. If you’d like more information, or have a film you’d like to show, please email chaptermoviemaker@hotmail.com or call Chapter Cinema on 029 2030 4400. Free

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Hong Sangsoo: Between Men and Women

Double CL1C card points

Korean master filmmaker, Hong Sangsoo’s wry and witty unravellings of tangled sexual relationships are acclaimed across the world and this is the first time a complete retrospective of his work is available in the UK. Nobody probes deeper into the ways that men and women misread each other’s feelings. His films have the power to shake up perceptions, but also display a humorous side, satirising male self-delusions and female insecurities with delicious candour.

The Day a Pig Fell Into the Well

Virgin Stripped Bare by her Bachelors

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Wed 17 Nov • Mer 17 Tach

South Korea/1996/114mins/subtitled/ctba. Dir: Hong Sangsoo. With Kim Uiseong, Park Jinseong, Cho Eunsuk.

South Korea/2000/126mins/subtitled/ctba. Dir: Hong Sangsoo. With Lee Eunju, Jung Boseok, Moon Sungkuen.

Hong’s stunning debut explores the intertwined lives of four young urban adults - a second-rate novelist in love with a married woman, a girl who foolishly loves and supports the novelist, and the married woman’s husband, who catches an STD from a prostitute. The film has nothing to do with pigs or wells, but it finds the extraordinary at the heart of the everyday. A modern classic.

24-year-old Sujeong surrenders her virginity to gallery owner Jaehoon, who was introduced to her by her married (but amorous) boss Youngsoo. But very little tallies in their respective memories of what brought them to this point… With a title that references a Marcel Duchamp artwork, Hong’s funny valentine reinvents the romcom in cubist terms.

The Power of Kangwon Province

Tale of Cinema

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Wed 24 Nov • Mer 24 Tach

South Korea/1998/108mins/subtitled/ctba. Dir: Hong Sangsoo. With Baek Jonghak, Oh Yunhong, Kim Yuseok.

France/South Korea/2005/89mins/subtitled/ctba. Dir: Hong Sangsoo. With Kim Sangkyung, Uhm Jiwon, Lee Giwu.

This film presents two seemingly distinct stories about residents of Seoul taking short breaks in Korea’s east-coast resort province. It gradually becomes apparent that the protagonists are ex-lovers who have never quite got over each other - and that the two stories in fact occur within more or less the same time-frame. A brilliant piece of modernist storytelling which cuts to the heart of the way we understand characters.

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On the rebound from their failed romance, Sangwoon and Youngshil meet by chance and, after dinner and a number of drinks, decide to commit suicide together. After several failed attempts, the young man ends up back with his family, revealing that it may be his mother’s harsh and uncaring attitude which has driven him to try and take his own life. This is a thematically fascinating film; an almost meditative experience, it’s a rare example of cinema which encourages you to think, not only about what is being shown, but also about your own life.

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Llygaid Sgwâr Gan Philip Wyn Jones

Woman on the Beach Tue 30 Nov • Maw 30 Tach South Korea/2006/127mins/subtitled/ ctba. Dir: Hong Sangsoo. With Kim Seungwoo, Ko Hyunjung, Kim Taewoo.

Kim takes his friend Changwook and Changwook’s potential girlfriend Moonsook to Shinduri Beach for a working break. Kim is manipulative, narcissistic, dishonest and emotionally immature, not to mention a compulsive skirt-chaser. The two-men-and-a-girl storyline is less formalised than most of Hong’s earlier films, but no less acute in skewering male weaknesses and female strengths.

“[an] immaculately constructed movie” The Village Voice

Ganed y cyfarwyddwr ffilmiau Hong Sansoo yn ninas Seoul, De Korea ym 1960. Astudiodd ffilm mewn prifysgolion yn Seoul, California a Chicago, yn arbennig ffilmiau arbrofol, lleiafrifol. Mae hyn yn cael ei adlewyrchu yn ei ffilmiau. Hyd yn oed yn Ne Korea dim ond sinemâu arbenigol (fel Chapter) sy'n dangos ei ffilmiau. Ei nod yw gwneud ffilmiau fydd o ddiddordeb neilltuol i drigolion De Korea. Dim ond y bobl hynny all werthfawrogi ei ddefnydd direidus o iaith yn ei ffilmiau ac mae hyn yn gur pen ofnadwy i'r bobl sy'n isdeitlo'r ffilmiau ar gyfer eu dangos dramor! Mae ei actorion yn gweithio dan amodau anodd. Weithiau cânt wybod beth sy'n digwydd fesul diwrnod gan weld y sgript ychydig cyn i'r saethu ddechrau. Mae'n credu bod rihyrsio yn lladd ysbryd ffilm. Mae'n disgwyl i'w actorion gyd-yfed gydag e. Fel hyn daw i'w hadnabod yn well a bydd ambell i brofiad gaiff ei ddatgelu ganddynt yn dod yn rhan o'r ffilm! Ei fan cychwyn wrth benderfynu ar ei brosiect nesaf yw sefyllfa hynod gyffredin sydd wedi ei gyffwrdd. Mae'n dadansoddi'r sefyllfa ac yn ei thynnu'n ddarnau. Yna mae'n chwilio am batrwm fydd yn fodd iddo osod y darnau yn ôl gyda'i gilydd. Dechreuodd gyfarwyddo ffilmiau ym 1996 a bydd pump o'i ffilmiau yn cael eu dangos yn Chapter ym mis Tachwedd. The Day a Pig Fell into the Well oedd ei ffilm gyntaf. Mae'n adrodd hanes nofelydd, dwy wraig a gŵr un ohonynt. Roedd beirniaid De Korea wrth eu bodd gyda'r ffilm gignoeth hon. The Power of Kangwon Province (1998) oedd ei ail ffilm. Mae'n astudio cwpl ifanc ar ôl i'w perthynas ddod i ben. Caiff y stori ei hadrodd ddwywaith, o'i safbwynt ef a'i safbwynt hi, ac mae'r math yma o ddyblu ac adlewyrchu yn elfen gyson yn ffilmiau Hong Sansoo, fel mae'r olygfa hir lle mae'r ddau yn meddwi ac yn agor eu calonnau. Cyn ffilmio golygfeydd meddw fel hyn mae'n mynnu bod yr actorion hwythau yn meddwi! Mae hon eto yn ffilm gignoeth. Ei drydedd ffilm oedd Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors (2000). Unwaith eto darlunnir perthynas anodd lle mae cwpl yn twyllo'i gilydd yn ddi-baid. Cawn yr un dyblu ag yn y ffilm flaenorol ond er bod hon yn ffilm real a gonest dyw hi ddim yn gignoeth. Tale of Cinema (2005) oedd ei chweched ffilm. Mae cyfarwyddwr yn cwrdd ag actores ac mae'r berthynas sy'n datblygu rhyngddynt fel petai'n adlais o'r ffilm mae hi newydd ei gwneud. Hefyd mae par ifanc yn ceisio ailgynnau perthynas sydd wedi methu, gyda chanlyniadau brawychus. Seithfed ffilm Hong Sansoo sy'n cloi detholiad Chapter. Yn Woman on the Beach gwelwn beth sy'n digwydd pan mae cyfarwyddwr yn ceisio llunio sgript ei ffilm nesaf a dwyn cariad ei gydweithiwr. Mae'n amlwg fod Hong Sansoo, sy'n ŵr priod, yn argyhoeddedig fod cynnal perthynas lwyddiannus bron â bod yn amhosibl a bod cyfathrebu'n gall ag eraill y tu hwnt i allu'r rhan fwyaf o bobl. Dyma gyfrinach ei apêl; mae ei gymeriadau yn fodau dynol credadwy. Nid creadigaethau Hollywood mohonyn nhw, o bell ffordd. Philip Wyn Jones — Golygydd ac adolygydd. philip@philipwyn.wanadoo.co.uk You can find extended and English language versions of Philip’s column at www.chapter.org

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The Social Network

Q&a

Fri 5 — Thu 18 Nov • Gwe 5 — Iau 18 Tach

Behind the Scenes with us Chapter Folk. Name: Claire Vaughan Job title(s): Staff Rep, Café Bar supervisor, Box Office receptionist, Usher… (I’m sure I’m missing some out!) How long have you worked at Chapter? Almost six years. I started just after Christmas in the bar, very quiet on my first shift, completely opposite to how it is now! I work in a few departments — I’m here so much I may as well sleep here! What is your favourite thing about working at Chapter? Variety. In the same week I could be running around the café bar, talking with the Film Academy kids, ushering in the theatre, chairing our book / film group Adaptations (see left), helping out with Scrabble Sunday. Busy but brilliant! What is the best thing you’ve seen at Chapter? Hard to pick one thing but Korean artist Jeong Geum-Hyung at Experimentica was just the most beautiful piece of live theatre I’ve seen; and the most difficult to explain. What’s the most memorable thing that’s happened to you at Chapter? The time I dressed up as a giant rabbit to celebrate the Flaming Lips film Christmas On Mars. I got hugged and then beaten up by some children and was later bouncing balloons around cinema one. What do you do in your spare time? If it’s daytime I’m probably reading a book whilst listening to Radio 4 with the cat on my lap, if it’s the evening I’m usually at a gig or watching a film with my gorgeous boyfriend. Tell us a joke… What do you call cheese that doesn’t belong to you? Na-cho Cheese

USA/2010/120mins/12A. Dir: David Fincher. With Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake, Max Minghella.

You don't get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies! This razor sharp script by Aaron Sorkin, brilliantly directed by David Fincher tells the tale of the meteoric rise and acrimonious fall of the founders of Facebook — Harvard undergrads who developed their zeitgeist-altering phenomenon out of their dorm rooms and ended up suing each other for millions. Jesse Eisenberg is mesmerising as the genius but socially awkward CEO Mark Zuckerberg, whose flash of socialnetworking inspiration occurs during a drunken act of internet revenge on an ex-girlfriend, and goes on to make him the youngest billionaire in history. Much more than a ripped-from-theheadlines docudrama, this is a timeless study of unchecked ambition, status and privilege, and those other, more precious things money can’t buy.

Adaptations: Book / Film Club Tue 30 Nov • 8pm • Maw 30 Tach Delving into the rich pickings of our film listings, this ‘reading group with a difference’ gets together to discuss a film and its related book. November’s discussion centres on “Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook, a Tale of Sex, Money, Genius and Betrayal” by Ben Mezrich. This Adaptations is a little later in the month so you have plenty of time to read the book (of course it’s not essential — if you’re interested in the issues raised about the internet in The Social Network, please come along and join in).

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Carlos Tue 2 — Thu 4 Nov • Maw 2 — Iau 4 Tach France/Germany/2010/164mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Olivier Assayas. With Edgar Ramirez, Alexander Scheer, Alejandro Arroyo.

This critically acclaimed, high action drama tells the story of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez (Carlos the Jackal) and his journey through the radical international underground of the Cold War period. Born into a communist family in Venezuela and educated at the London School of Economics, he trained in guerrilla warfare in Cuba and joined the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, spending the next 25 years engaged in urban campaigns against capitalism, Zionism and western imperialism. But it was the raid on OPEC (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) in 1975 where he gained true notoriety and turned from being a terrorist into a star. Olivier Assayas’ film is epic, imaginative, full of fascinating historical detail and features a stunning performance from Edgar Ramirez as the charming and dangerous Carlos.

“Ramirez's outstanding performance and Assayas' superb skill in storytelling [are] not to be missed.” — Empire

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World’s Greatest Dad

Peepli Live

Fri 5 — Thu 11 Nov • Gwe 5 — Iau 11 Tach

Fri 5 — Thu 11 Nov • Gwe 5 — Iau 11 Tach

USA/2009/99mins/15. Dir: Bobcat Goldthwait. With Robin Williams, Daryl Sabara, Alexie Gilmore.

India/2010/107mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Anusha Rizvi, Mahmood Farooqui. With Omkar Das Manikpuri, Raghuvir Yadav.

Lance Clayton is a man who has learned to settle. He dreamed of being a rich and famous writer but has only managed to make it as a high school poetry teacher; his art teacher girlfriend flirts shamelessly with his colleagues and his only son Kyle is a rage-filled teenager who hates being seen with two teachers. But suddenly, in the wake of a freak accident, Lance suffers the worst tragedy and greatest opportunity of his life. He is faced with the possibility of all the fame, fortune and popularity he has ever dreamed of, if he can only live with the knowledge of how he got there. Robin Williams eschews the schmaltzy sentimentalism of many of his earlier roles and delivers a thoughtful, dark and witty portrayal of a man doing his best against life’s odds.

On the eve of national elections, in the Indian village of Peepli, two poor farmers, Natha and Budhia, face losing their land over an unpaid government loan. In desperation they seek help from an apathetic local politician who suggests they take their own lives to benefit from a government program that aids the families of indebted deceased farmers. When a journalist overhears Budhia urge Natha to do what needs to be done, a media frenzy ignites around whether or not Natha will do the ‘honourable thing’. This satirical debut draws on India’s rural versus urban divide and balances farcical humour with satisfying seriousness.

Bad Film Club The Thirsty Dead Sun 7 Nov • Sul 7 Tach USA/1974/88mins/15. Dir: Terry Becker. With John Considine, Jennifer Billingsley.

Nicko and Joe lend their live, irreverent commentary to another stinker from their private collection of terrible movies. Beautiful young girls are being kidnapped off the streets of Manila and the general consensus is that a white slavery group is to blame. But… they’ve actually been taken by a death cult that needs their blood to remain immortal. Described as “slow moving and reeking like over cooked cabbage” this movie really will test your patience and stomach.

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The Garden Tue 9 Nov • Maw 9 Tach USA/2010/87mins/ctba. Dir: Scott Hamilton Kennedy. With Danny Glover, Daryl Hannah.

Nominated for the Best Documentary Academy Award, The Garden highlights the plight of the people who created a 14 acre community garden in South Central LA after the riots in 1992. The farmers have built an oasis in one of the country's most blighted neighbourhoods, growing their own food and feeding their families while creating a community among some of the poorest and most vulnerable residents of the area. But the land is precious and the City Of Los Angeles and a powerful developer want to evict them to build warehouses. This SciSCREEN event, as part of Sustainability Week and sponsored by BRASS, is followed by a guest panel discussion. Visit the SciSCREEN blog at http://cardiffsciscreen.blogspot.com

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The Arbor Fri 12 — Thu 18 Nov • Gwe 12 — Iau 18 Tach UK/2010/95mins/15. Dir: Clio Barnard. With Christine Bottomley, Neil Dudgeon, Natalie Gavin.

This dissection of the life and legacy of playwright Andreas Dunbar (writer of Rita, Sue and Bob Too) offers a fascinating look at working class Britain and the effects of growing up on a gritty Bradford estate. It’s also a meditation on the subjectivity of memory as Dunbar’s children recall drastically differing versions of their upbringing. Told in voiceover as actors lip sync their lines, the candid and mutually sympathetic accounts are given stunning visual interpretations. Fact and fiction merge with re-enactments of Dunbar’s play ‘The Arbor’ on the estate that inspired it, alongside archive footage of the artist. This is a deeply resonant piece of filmmaking that leaves you sure of one thing — there’s always more than one truth.

“Moving, bold, unconventional and impeccably staged... a worthy tribute to a powerfully artistic voice.” — Empire

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Metropolis Sun 7 + Tue 9 Nov • Sul 7 + Maw 9 Tach Germany/1927/145mins/intertitled/PG. Dir: Fritz Lang. With Alfred Abel, Gustav Frohlich, Rudolf Klein-Rogge.

Back at Chapter following a great reaction in September, this new restoration of Lang’s silent classic is almost certainly the most complete and authentic version. Metropolis takes place in 2026, where people are divided into two groups: poor workers living beneath the ground and the rich who enjoy a futuristic city of luxury. The tense balance between the societies is realised through images that are among the most famous of the 20th century, many of which pre-empt such science fiction classics as Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. Lavish and spectacular, with elaborate sets and jaw-dropping production values, Metropolis stands as a testament to Lang’s ambitious vision of what cinema could be.

“A luminous and resplendent visual masterpiece” Total Film

Waxworks (Das Wachsfigurenkabinett) Sun 14 + Tue 16 Nov • Sul 14 + Maw 16 Tach Germany/1924/61mins/intertitled/ctba. Dir: Paul Leni. With Wilhelm Dieterle, Emil Jannings, Conrad Veidt.

The owner of a waxworks hires a starving poet to write a series of stories about the exhibits in his museum to boost business. The four resulting portraits include tales of Jack the Ripper and Ivan the Terrible and the writer manages to weave himself and the owner’s daughter into the stories. A classic of German Expressionism, this was Paul Leni’s last film before he made his way to America. The stunning sets and ingenious lighting effects combine to create a haunting atmosphere.

The Old Dark House Sun 28 + Tue 30 Nov • Sul 28 + Maw 30 Tach USA/1932/75mins/PG. Dir: James Whale. With Melvyn Douglas, Charles Laughton, Raymond Massey, Boris Karloff.

Five travellers caught in a violent storm in a remote part of Wales take refuge in a sinister mansion inhabited by the extremely strange Femm Family. Things go from bad to worse when the brutish manservant Morgan gets drunk and releases the long pent-up brother Saul, a psychotic pyromaniac who gleefully tries to destroy the residence by setting it on fire. One of the most literate and visually striking horror films of the Thirties, this is an artful mix of chills and ghoulish gallows humour directed with a wonderful sense of the eccentric and the bizarre.

“a masterly mixture of macabre humour and effectively gripping suspense” — Time Out


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Special Event with musical accompaniment

The Cat and The Canary Sun 21 + Tue 23 Nov • Sul 21 + Maw 23 Tach Germany/1927/84mins/no cert. Dir: Paul Leni. With Creighton Hale, Laura La Plante, Forrest Stanley.

A diverse group of people gather together in a haunted house to hear the will of Cyrus West, twenty years after his death. They discover that most of them have been disinherited in favour of a distant relative, Annabelle, on the condition that she is proven sane. Soon after reading the will, the lawyer disappears - the first in a series of mysterious events which may point to Annabelle being unstable. The screening on Sun 21 Nov features a live musical score by Paul Shallcross. Paul has given over two hundred performances alongside silent films. He has written over fifty film scores, The Cat and The Canary being his fifth in the horror genre, and made frequent appearances at festivals such as Borderlines, The Green Man, Abertoir and Flatpack. £12/£10/£8 (normal matinee prices apply on Tue 23 Nov)

“a lovely, musty, nightened place to visit” The Village voice

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Africa United Fri 12 — Thu 25 Nov • Gwe 12 — Iau 25 Tach Africa/2010/88mins/12A. Director: Debs Gardner-Paterson. With Eriya Ndayambaje, Roger Nsengiyumva.

This beautifully made film focuses on two unlikely friends: Fabrice comes from a privileged background while Dudu lives on the streets, but both Rwandan youngsters love football. When a FIFA rep invites Fabrice to the trials for Africa United, Dudu travels with him but his poor planning lands them in Congo, where they are threatened with a bleak future in the child army. A daring escape is followed by a plan to travel the 3,000 mile trip to the World Cup Finals, a journey that — if successful — will take them through seven countries with assorted dangers en route. This uplifting story has prompted comparisons with Slumdog Millionaire and isn’t afraid of depicting hardship alongside infectious fun and joy. + Intro by Yvonne Connike of the New Black Film Network on Mon 15 Nov.

+ BME Screening of Africa United on Sat 20 Nov. The Black & Minority Ethnic Women’s Film Club is dedicated to screening world cinema for women-only audiences. An emphasis is placed on African, Asian and Middle Eastern films, as well as films which are pertinent to women. It’s a great opportunity to meet other women, relax, take part in lively post-screening chats, and see wonderful films! Refreshments and a creche are also available. For further information or to book crèche facilities contact Rabab Ghazoul on rabab@thephone.coop or 07759 933311.


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We Are What We Are

Another Year

Fri 19 — Thu 25 Nov • Gwe 19 — Iau 25 Tach

Fri 26 Nov — Thu 9 Dec • Gwe 26 Tach — Iau 9 Rhag

Mexico/2010/90mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Jorge Michel Grau. With Paulina Gaitan, Daniel Gimenez Cacho, Francisco Barreiro.

UK/2010/129mins/12A. Dir: Mike Leigh. With Lesley Manville, Jim Broadbent, Ruth Sheen, Imelda Staunton.

With the emotional resonance of Let The Right One In and the rawness of Guillermo Del Toro’s Cronos, this Mexican Social Realist Cannibal Film (yes, that’s right), follows a family of cannibals who must learn to fend for themselves after the death of their father. The eldest son Alfredo must take responsibility for the family but is far from ready to accept the challenge as sourcing their food involves a great deal more than a dash to the supermarket. This dark, bloody and haunting film observes how the relationships change within the grieving family as they struggle for selfacceptance whilst battling a monstrous appetite in the knowledge that the police are closing in.

Receiving a warm reaction in Cannes, Mike Leigh’s latest film is a disarmingly humane and humorous celebration of something which rarely exists in cinema — a stable, happy family. Tom, a geologist, and his counsellor wife Gerri share a respectful and contented life with their son, a community lawyer. However, orbiting their stable core is an altogether less sorted satellite of lonely, alcoholic and depressed friends and family who share their trials and darkest fears with their two best friends. The film unwinds in four chapters that follow the seasons of the year, as the ebb and flow of family life is disrupted by a melancholy refrain, building to a raw final realisation. But ultimately, Leigh encourages us to realise that this is just ‘another year’ in the life of a family and time moves on.

+ Introduction on Thanksgiving Day (Thu 25 Nov) by Gill Branston, academic researcher and author of The Media Student's Book. www.mediastudentsbook.com

“one of the finest genre films of the year... can only become a classic” — Sound on Sight

“Leigh at his confident best” The Times “a rich and deeply compassionate film” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

Double CL1C card points

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Mary and Max

Jackboots On Whitehall

Fri 12 — Thu 18 Nov • Gwe 12 — Iau 18 Tach

Fri 19 — Thu 25 Nov • Gwe 19 — Iau 25 Tach

Australia/2009/92mins/12A. Dir: Adam Elliot. With the voices of Philip Seymour Hoffman, Eric Bana, Toni Collette, Barry Humphries.

UK/2010/92mins/12A. Dir: Edward McHenry, Rory McHenry. With Ewan McGregor, Rosamund Pike, Richard E Grant.

This dark but loveable tale of friendship focuses on two unlikely pen pals. Mary Daisy Dinkle is a lonely, eight-year-old living in the suburbs of Melbourne with a slovenly mother and taxidermist father. She decides to write to a name she finds in a phone book - namely Max Jerry Horowitz, a fortyfour-year old obese New Yorker with Asperger’s Syndrome and a truly unique take on life. Both feeling at odds with the world they live in, their long distance friendship endures through the years as they contemplate the confusion of everyday life and offer each other creative solutions. This witty clay animation was apparently inspired by the director’s own childhood pen pal.

“animation to die for and a script that’s water tight... This is one friendship you want to be a part of.” — Eye for film

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Told using beautiful animatronics, this is a satirical version of World War II in which the Scottish defeat the Germans during their invasion of England. Chris dreams of the chance to join the army and fight in exciting new lands rather than be stuck in the slow paced village he has grown up in. His chance comes when the Nazis hatch a plan to invade England by drilling under the English Channel and into the heart of London. With the entire British army stuck in Dunkirk and no military to defend the country, Churchill issues a final radio broadcast from his bunker in Downing Street — a cry for help. But can the nation unite in time to make one last stand against the invading forces?

“some of the best fun I’ve had in a cinema for a while” Den of Geek

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Chico and Rita Fri 19 — Thu 25 Nov • Gwe 19 — Iau 25 Tach Spain/2010/94mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Javier Mariscal, Fernando Trueba. With Eman Xor Ona, Limara Meneses, Lenny Mandel.

This beautifully animated tale from Oscar-winning director Fernando Trueba (Belle Epoche) celebrates the music and culture of Cuba with an epic story of love and heartbreak set against the backdrops of Havana, New York and Paris in the late 1940s and early ‘50s. When Chico, a budding pianist and his young chanteuse lover, Rita, hit the jazz-bebop scenes on their way from Cuba to New York, their journey is beset by jealousy and divisive dealings with promoters who all want a cut of their talent. With an original soundtrack by legendary Cuban pianist, bandleader and composer Bebo Valdes and featuring music by Thelonius Monk, Cole Porter and Dizzy Gillespie, this is a faithful and devotional depiction of an evolutionary period in jazz history. + Intro by Glen Manby, Bebop Jazz Saxophonist and tutor in Jazz Saxophone at Cardiff University, on Sun 21 Nov. Glen’s Jazz quartet will also be playing in the café bar following this screening. www.myspace/glenmanby

“often breathtakingly beautiful... It’s a pleasure to surrender to the movie’s lush visuals.” — Hollywood Reporter

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“Filmic gold... remarkable.” Sunday Times Out of the Ashes


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Enter the Void

Out of the Ashes

Fri 26 — Tue 30 Nov • Gwe 26 — Maw 30 Tach

Fri 26 Nov — Thu 2 Dec • Gwe 26 Tach — Iau 2 Rhag

France/Germany/Italy/2010/161mins/part subtitled/18. Dir: Gaspar Noe. With Nathaniel Brown, Paz De La Huerta.

UK/2010/90mins/part subtitled/ctba. Dir: Tim Albone and Lucy Martens.

Confrontational French filmmaker Gaspar Noé pushes the needle further into the red with this post-mortem hallucination. Shot almost entirely from the point of view of an American killed in a drug bust, the film floats through the neon miasma of Tokyo like a woozy ghost, seeking out the seedy settings that Noé loves so much. Arguments over visionary psychedelia versus exploitation are sure to ensue, and it’s worth seeing just for the chance to take sides.

Against a backdrop of war and poverty, this feature length documentary sheds new light on a nation beyond burqas, bombs, drugs and devastation. With executive production by Oscar-winning director and cricket enthusiast, Sam Mendes, Out of the Ashes follows the Afghan cricket team in their quest to qualify for the World Cup. Over two years, they go from playing on rubble pitches to batting their way around the globe and up the international league tables. We track the team as they eat fish and chips in Jersey, watch tango dancers in Argentina and swim in the sea for the first time, off the coast of Tanzania. Witty, touching and nail-biting to the end, this is a compelling story of triumph over adversity.

“a landmark moment in cinema” Little White Lies

FANtasia: Batman fan films Sat 20 Nov • Sad 20 Tach 90mins/Advised 15.

Our FANtasia season of fan-made filmmaking continues with a selection of Batman fan films. Over the years many professional filmmakers have attempted to define the on-screen look of the Caped Crusader, with varying degrees of success. What unites all of Batman’s cinematic incarnations is the desire to get close to the comic book depiction of the Dark Knight and his adversaries. With approval being mixed towards the official versions, some fans have taken it upon themselves to recreate Gotham City through their own eyes, and we’re presenting some of the most successful and exciting efforts.

The Hunter Fri 26 Nov — Thu 2 Dec • Gwe 26 Tach — Iau 2 Rhag Germany/Iran/2010/92mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Rafi Pitts. With Rafi Pitts, Mitra Hajjar, Ali Nicksaulat.

Admission is free so be sure to book your tickets early at the box office. These films have been curated by filmmaker Steve Sullivan. For a slice of Steve’s films, take a look at www.stevesullivan.co.uk

In an act of desperate vengeance after his wife and young daughter are caught up and killed in a shoot-out between police and demonstrators in Tehran, Ali randomly kills two policemen. Hounded into the woods, he’s caught and arrested, but when they get lost in this remote and desolate landscape, the boundaries between the hunters and the hunted are difficult to perceive. Written, directed and starring Iranian director Rafi Pitts (Its Winter), this is a gripping and beautifully shot tale of one man’s struggle to come to terms with the loss of his family and a government that fails to take account for the failings of their police.

Enter the Void

The Hunter

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Kotatsu: Japanese Animation Festival The only festival in the UK to specialise in Japanese Animation, this jam-packed weekend features film screenings (including a Welsh premiere of Summer Wars) and a whole host of special events and workshops. Award winning animator Barry Purves is on hand to talk about the making of his Japanese themed animation ‘screenplay’ and his current project, and he’ll be signing books following the event. Raffle tickets are available from the beginning of November with prizes including an electronic animation tablet by WACOM. Please see our website or contact the box office for more information. www.kotatsu.co.uk

Fri 26 Nov • Gwe 26 Tach

10am: Ponyo Japan/2009/103mins/U. Dir: Hayao Miyazaki. With the voices of Cate Blanchett, Matt Damon, Liam Neeson.

Inspired by Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tale ‘The Little Mermaid’, this vibrant and wildly imaginative animation follows young Sosuke and his sweet, love affair with goldfish-turnedgirl Ponyo. Followed by a half day film literacy workshop (KS2). £3 per student, staff free. To book please call Reel Education on 07891 749880.

Sat 27 Nov • Sad 27 Tach

11am: Ponyo 3pm: Ponyo + Introduction by Eiko Meredith. 6pm: Barry Purves masterclass & book signing. Sun 28 Nov • Sul 28 Tach

2 — 4pm: Card making workshop 2.30pm: Short film package followed by panel discussion. 6pm: Welsh Premiere

Summer Wars Japan/2010/114mins/ctba. Dir: Mamoru Hosoda. With the voices of Maeghan Albach, Chris Ayres.

Maths genius Kenji Koiso agrees to take a summer job at the hometown of his crush, Natuski. When he arrives, he finds that her family are celebrating the 90th birthday of the family matriarch. His job is to pretend to be Natsuki’s fiancé. Meanwhile, his attempt to solve a mathematical equation causes a parallel world’s collision with earth.

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Family Features Every Saturday at 11am & 3pm. Please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Scott Pilgrim Vs The World

Toy Story 3 [2D]

Sat 6 Nov • Sad 6 Tach

Sun 28 Nov • 11am • Sul 28 Tach

USA/2010/112mins/12A. Dir: Edgar Wright. With Michael Cera, Alison Pill, Kieran Culkin.

USA /2010/103mins/U. Dir: Lee Unkrich. With the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Ned Beatty.

Scott Pilgrim is an ordinary boy who plays in a band at high school. When he meets Ramona, he must defeat her seven evil ex boyfriends in order to win her heart. The main complication is that they’re all superheroes…

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Sat 13 Nov • Sad 13 Tach USA/2010/94mins/PG. Dir: Thor Freudenthal. With Zachary Gordon, Robert Capron, Rachael Harris.

Live-action adaptation of Jeff Kinney’s illustrated novel about a wise-cracking student who outlines the events and adventures of his daily life in the diary his mother forces him to keep.

Africa United Sat 20 Nov • Sad 20 Tach Africa/2010/88mins/12A. Director: Debs Gardner-Paterson. With Eriya Ndayambaje, Roger Nsengiyumva.

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Ponyo Sat 27 Nov • Sad 27 Tach Japan/2009/103mins/U. Dir: Hayao Miyazaki. With the voices of Cate Blanchett, Matt Damon, Liam Neeson.

See p34 for full details.

Scott Pilgrim Vs the World

The toys are mistakenly delivered to a day-care centre instead of the attic, just before Andy leaves for college. It’s up to Woody to convince the others that they weren’t abandoned and to return home. This is a supportive environment screening for children with disabilities. Working with Contact A Family, we help to ensure maximum comfort for this screening. The lights are slightly raised, sound lowered and there are no ads or trailers before the film. Please contact us for information about access. During and after the film we are holding an informal workshop. For further information and to book your place please contact Jill Bartlett on 01248 670965 or email jill.bartlett@cafamily.org.uk. Please book by Mon 23 Nov. www.cafamily.org.uk

Carry on screaming ! Check out the calendar for details of our special screenings aimed at people with babies under one year old, every Friday at 11.00 am! Carry on Screaming allows parents or carers to see a film at Chapter without having to worry about their baby causing a disturbance. Free entry for babies.

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Shop open: Tue — Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 2-8pm. Closed Monday

This month we’ve joined forces with east London design collective, Lazy Oaf to bring you the latest in contemporary hand screenprinting — we’ve snapped up our favourite pieces from their extensive range, including ‘Rolf Harris is my hero’ cards and some cheeky little badges. We’ve also introduced some original pieces by Tatty Devine — these delightful items are crafted from acrylic, including a lollypop necklace and colourful stackable rings, perfect as stocking fillers. If it’s unusual gifts you’re looking for, we’ve commissioned Japanese ceramicist Sawako to create a collection specifically for Chapter after spotting her beautiful, handcrafted Manga pin cushions online. And, inspired by our monthly Scrabble Sundays, we’ve acquired some Scrabble themed mugs, perfect for a chilly night in with your favourite word game. On a sadder note, I’ll soon be leaving Chapter. I’m off to seek my fortune (and have a baby). Thanks to Chapter for having me, and to all our wonderful customers — I’ll miss you all! Jemma, Shop Supervisor

Eat • Bwyta

Café open: Mon — Sat 8.30am-9.30pm Sun 9.30am-9.30pm Breakfast: 9-11.30am (Sun 10am-12pm) Lunch: 11.30-3pm Main Menu: 12-9pm

The nights have got darker and colder and for me this is the perfect excuse to snuggle up with a nice Fairtrade hot chocolate with marshmallows — perfect comfort food. Some of you might have noticed that roast dinners are back, and we’re trying to make them even better with a few little extras. I’ve also made some changes to the main menu, bringing back some of the good old autumnal favourites like gourmet sausages and mash, a variety of pies and YES the beetroot and butternut squash salad is back. For you carnivores the steak is making a welcome return, and we’re serving it with a choice of sauces — creamy pepper, blue cheese or rich mushroom. Lex, Café Manager

Drink • Yfed

Bar open: Sat 12pm-12am, Sun 12-10.30pm, Mon-Thu 12-11pm, Fri 12pm-12.30am

Regularly featured in lists of the best places to drink in Cardiff / Wales / the known Universe, our bar boasts a diverse mix of regulars — from strange arty types, to Canton residents in search of the perfect pint, to Blues and Bluebirds fans, who regularly pop in for a pre- or post-match beverage. They all come for two things — the unique Chapter atmosphere and our unrivalled selection of draft and bottled beers. There are a host of lagers and weiss beers on draft, plus up to six different real ales at any given time, including our very own Chapter Old School. Our experienced and knowledgeable bar staff will be sure to help you find something to suit your taste and you might just make some new friends! Dave, Bar Manager Free wireless internet is available in Caffi Bar Chapter.


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Please note: the stated film times represent the start of the adverts and trailers.

The Illusionist (PG) p19 6.00 Chapter MovieMaker p19 6.00 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.00 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 8.30 The Illusionist (PG) + Intro p19 2.30+8.30 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 6.00 Coffee Shop Debate p14 6.30 tue • maw 2 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 6.00 Carlos (15) p23 8.30 wed • mer 3 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 2.30 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 6.00 Re-Live p9 8.00 The Illusionist (PG) p19 6.15 The Day A Pig Fell Into the Well (ctba) p20 8.30 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.30 Carlos (15) p23 2.30 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 6.00 Re-Live p9 8.00 thu • iau 4 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 6.15 Carlos (15) p23 8.30 The Illusionist (PG) p19 8.45 fri • gwe 5 Carry On Screaming: The Social... (12A) p22 11.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 6.15 Sherri D Sutton p9 8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 2.30+6.00 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 8.30 Drones Comedy Club p14 8.30 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.30 Scott Pilgrim Vs The World (12A) p35 11.00+3.00 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 6.15 Tamco p9 8.00 sat • sad 6 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 6.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 8.45 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.30 sun • sul 7 Metropolis (PG) p26 5.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 3.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.00 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 6.00 Bad Film Club: The Thirsty Dead (15) p24 8.15 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 6.15 mon • llun 8 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.30 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 8.30 tue • maw 9 Metropolis (PG) p26 2.30 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 6.15 The Ordinary Three p10 8.00 Sci Screen: The Garden (ctba) p24 6.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 8.45 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.30 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 2.30 BAFTA Cymru Screening 6.00 Voices of Partition p9 8.00 wed • mer 10 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 The Power Of Kangwon Province (ctba) p20 8.30 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.30 thu • iau 11 SWDFAS Lecture p14 2.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 2.30+6.15 Muscle p10 2.00+8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 8.30 Boyd Clack p10 9.00 fri • gwe 12 Carry On Screaming: Mary and Max (12A) p30 11.00 The Arbor (15) p25 6.15 Muscle p10 8.00 Africa United (12A) p28 2.30+6.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 8.15 Volcano: 1977 p11 8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.00 sat • sad 13 Diary of a Wimpy Kid (PG) p35 11.00+3.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 6.15 Muscle p10 8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 The Arbor (15) p25 8.15 Volcano: 1977 p11 8.00 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 sun • sul 14 The Social Network (12A) p22 3.00+8.00 Waxworks (ctba) p26 5.00 Scrabble Sunday p14 6.00 Africa United (12A) p28 6.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 7.00 Cardiff Shakespeare Readers p14 6.30 mon • llun 15 Africa United (12A) + Intro p28 6.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 6.15 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.15 The Arbor (15) p25 8.15 tue • maw 16 Waxworks (ctba) p26 2.30 The Arbor (15) p25 6.15 Everyman: The Crucible p10 7.30 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 8.15 Muscle p10 8.00 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 Mary and Max (12A) p30 2.30 Mary and Max (12A) p30 6.15 Everyman: The Crucible p10 7.30 wed • mer 17 Africa United (12A) p28 6.00 Virgin Stripped Bare By Her... (ctba) p20 8.30 Muscle p10 8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.00 thu • iau 18 The Social Network (12A) p22 2.30+6.00 The Arbor (15) p25 6.15 Everyman: The Crucible p10 7.30 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 Mary and Max (12A) p30 8.15 Muscle p10 2.00+8.00 fri • gwe 19 Carry On Screaming: Africa United (12A) p28 11.00 Africa United (12A) p28 6.15 Everyman: The Crucible p10 7.30 We Are What We Are (15) p29 2.30+6.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 8.15 Muscle p10 8.00 Chico and Rita (15) p31 8.00 Drones Comedy Club p14 8.30 sat • sad 20 Africa United (12A) p28 11.00+3.00 Batman Fan films (15) p33 2.30 Everyman: The Crucible p10 2.00+7.30 BME film: Africa United (12A) p28 1.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 6.15 Muscle p10 8.00 Chico and Rita (15) p31 6.00 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 We Are What We Are (15) p29 8.15 sun • sul 21 The Cat and The Canary + Live Music p27 5.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 3.30 Sunday Jazz p14 9.00 We Are What We Are (15) p29 7.00 Chico and Rita (15) + Intro p31 6.15 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 mon • llun 22 We Are What We Are (15) p29 6.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 6.15 Chico and Rita (15) p31 8.00 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 tue • maw 23 The Cat And The Canary (no cert) p27 2.30 Africa United (12A) p28 6.15 Chico and Rita (15) p31 6.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 8.15 We Are What We Are (15) p29 8.15 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 2.30 Africa United (12A) p28 6.15 wed • mer 24 Chico and Rita (15) p31 6.00 Tale Of Cinema (ctba) p20 8.30 We Are What We Are (15) p29 8.15 thu • iau 25 We Are What We Are (15) p29 2.30 Africa United (12A) p28 6.15 A Circle p13 8.00 We Are What We Are (15) + Intro p29 6.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 8.15 Chico and Rita (15) p31 8.00 fri • gwe 26 Carry On Screaming: Another Year (12A) p29 11.00 Ponyo (U) + Workshop p34 10.00 A Circle p13 8.00 Another Year (12A) p29 2.30+5.45 Out of the Ashes (ctba) p33 6.00 Theatr Bara Caws: 100 p11 8.00 Enter The Void (18) p33 8.30 The Hunter (15) p33 8.00 sat • sad 27 Ponyo (U) p34 11.00 The Hunter (15) p33 6.00 A Circle p13 8.00 Ponyo (U) + Intro p34 3.00 Out of the Ashes (ctba) p33 8.30 Theatr Bara Caws: 100 p11 8.00 Barry Purves Masterclass p34 6.00 Another Year (12A) p29 8.30 Supportive Screening: Toy Story 3 (U) p35 11.00 Short Films + discussion p34 2.30 sun • sul 28 Summer Wars (ctba) p34 6.00 Old Dark House (PG) p26 5.00 Another Year (12A) p29 8.30 The Hunter (15) p33 7.00 Gallery closed Another Year (12A) p29 5.45 Out of the Ashes (ctba) p33 6.00 mon • llun 29 Mondays Enter The Void (18) p33 8.30 The Hunter (15) p33 8.00 Old Dark House (PG) p26 2.30 The Hunter (15) p33 6.00 tue • maw 30 Enter The Void (18) p33 5.30 Woman On The Beach (ctba) p21 8.30 Another Year (12A) p29 8.45

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Please note: the stated film times represent the start of the adverts and trailers.

The Illusionist (PG) p19 6.00 Chapter MovieMaker p19 6.00 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.00 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 8.30 The Illusionist (PG) + Intro p19 2.30+8.30 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 6.00 Coffee Shop Debate p14 6.30 tue • maw 2 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 6.00 Carlos (15) p23 8.30 wed • mer 3 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 2.30 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 6.00 Re-Live p9 8.00 The Illusionist (PG) p19 6.15 The Day A Pig Fell Into the Well (ctba) p20 8.30 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.30 Carlos (15) p23 2.30 Mr Nice (18) + Swn Short p19 6.00 Re-Live p9 8.00 thu • iau 4 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 6.15 Carlos (15) p23 8.30 The Illusionist (PG) p19 8.45 fri • gwe 5 Carry On Screaming: The Social... (12A) p22 11.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 6.15 Sherri D Sutton p9 8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 2.30+6.00 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 8.30 Drones Comedy Club p14 8.30 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.30 Scott Pilgrim Vs The World (12A) p35 11.00+3.00 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 6.15 Tamco p9 8.00 sat • sad 6 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 6.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 8.45 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.30 sun • sul 7 Metropolis (PG) p26 5.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 3.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.00 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 6.00 Bad Film Club: The Thirsty Dead (15) p24 8.15 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 6.15 mon • llun 8 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.30 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 8.30 tue • maw 9 Metropolis (PG) p26 2.30 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 6.15 The Ordinary Three p10 8.00 Sci Screen: The Garden (ctba) p24 6.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 8.45 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.30 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 2.30 BAFTA Cymru Screening 6.00 Voices of Partition p9 8.00 wed • mer 10 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 The Power Of Kangwon Province (ctba) p20 8.30 Made In Dagenham (15) p19 8.30 thu • iau 11 SWDFAS Lecture p14 2.00 Peepli Live (15) p24 2.30+6.15 Muscle p10 2.00+8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 World’s Greatest Dad (15) p24 8.30 Boyd Clack p10 9.00 fri • gwe 12 Carry On Screaming: Mary and Max (12A) p30 11.00 The Arbor (15) p25 6.15 Muscle p10 8.00 Africa United (12A) p28 2.30+6.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 8.15 Volcano: 1977 p11 8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.00 sat • sad 13 Diary of a Wimpy Kid (PG) p35 11.00+3.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 6.15 Muscle p10 8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 The Arbor (15) p25 8.15 Volcano: 1977 p11 8.00 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 sun • sul 14 The Social Network (12A) p22 3.00+8.00 Waxworks (ctba) p26 5.00 Scrabble Sunday p14 6.00 Africa United (12A) p28 6.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 7.00 Cardiff Shakespeare Readers p14 6.30 mon • llun 15 Africa United (12A) + Intro p28 6.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 6.15 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.15 The Arbor (15) p25 8.15 tue • maw 16 Waxworks (ctba) p26 2.30 The Arbor (15) p25 6.15 Everyman: The Crucible p10 7.30 The Social Network (12A) p22 6.00 Mary and Max (12A) p30 8.15 Muscle p10 8.00 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 Mary and Max (12A) p30 2.30 Mary and Max (12A) p30 6.15 Everyman: The Crucible p10 7.30 wed • mer 17 Africa United (12A) p28 6.00 Virgin Stripped Bare By Her... (ctba) p20 8.30 Muscle p10 8.00 The Social Network (12A) p22 8.00 thu • iau 18 The Social Network (12A) p22 2.30+6.00 The Arbor (15) p25 6.15 Everyman: The Crucible p10 7.30 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 Mary and Max (12A) p30 8.15 Muscle p10 2.00+8.00 fri • gwe 19 Carry On Screaming: Africa United (12A) p28 11.00 Africa United (12A) p28 6.15 Everyman: The Crucible p10 7.30 We Are What We Are (15) p29 2.30+6.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 8.15 Muscle p10 8.00 Chico and Rita (15) p31 8.00 Drones Comedy Club p14 8.30 sat • sad 20 Africa United (12A) p28 11.00+3.00 Batman Fan films (15) p33 2.30 Everyman: The Crucible p10 2.00+7.30 BME film: Africa United (12A) p28 1.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 6.15 Muscle p10 8.00 Chico and Rita (15) p31 6.00 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 We Are What We Are (15) p29 8.15 sun • sul 21 The Cat and The Canary + Live Music p27 5.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 3.30 Sunday Jazz p14 9.00 We Are What We Are (15) p29 7.00 Chico and Rita (15) + Intro p31 6.15 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 mon • llun 22 We Are What We Are (15) p29 6.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 6.15 Chico and Rita (15) p31 8.00 Africa United (12A) p28 8.30 tue • maw 23 The Cat And The Canary (no cert) p27 2.30 Africa United (12A) p28 6.15 Chico and Rita (15) p31 6.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 8.15 We Are What We Are (15) p29 8.15 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 2.30 Africa United (12A) p28 6.15 wed • mer 24 Chico and Rita (15) p31 6.00 Tale Of Cinema (ctba) p20 8.30 We Are What We Are (15) p29 8.15 thu • iau 25 We Are What We Are (15) p29 2.30 Africa United (12A) p28 6.15 A Circle p13 8.00 We Are What We Are (15) + Intro p29 6.00 Jackboots On Whitehall (12A) p30 8.15 Chico and Rita (15) p31 8.00 fri • gwe 26 Carry On Screaming: Another Year (12A) p29 11.00 Ponyo (U) + Workshop p34 10.00 A Circle p13 8.00 Another Year (12A) p29 2.30+5.45 Out of the Ashes (ctba) p33 6.00 Theatr Bara Caws: 100 p11 8.00 Enter The Void (18) p33 8.30 The Hunter (15) p33 8.00 sat • sad 27 Ponyo (U) p34 11.00 The Hunter (15) p33 6.00 A Circle p13 8.00 Ponyo (U) + Intro p34 3.00 Out of the Ashes (ctba) p33 8.30 Theatr Bara Caws: 100 p11 8.00 Barry Purves Masterclass p34 6.00 Another Year (12A) p29 8.30 Supportive Screening: Toy Story 3 (U) p35 11.00 Short Films + discussion p34 2.30 sun • sul 28 Summer Wars (ctba) p34 6.00 Old Dark House (PG) p26 5.00 Another Year (12A) p29 8.30 The Hunter (15) p33 7.00 Gallery closed Another Year (12A) p29 5.45 Out of the Ashes (ctba) p33 6.00 mon • llun 29 Mondays Enter The Void (18) p33 8.30 The Hunter (15) p33 8.00 Old Dark House (PG) p26 2.30 The Hunter (15) p33 6.00 tue • maw 30 Enter The Void (18) p33 5.30 Woman On The Beach (ctba) p21 8.30 Another Year (12A) p29 8.45

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Lleolir Chapter yn Nhreganna, y tu ôl i Cowbridge Road East, rhwng Heol Llandaf a Heol y Farchnad. Mae’n hawdd ein cyrraedd o ganol y ddinas. Ar ôl 6pm mae llefydd parcio ychwanegol ar gael ym maes parcio Gwasanaethau Dysgu Cymunedol Caerdydd sydd yn ymyl maes parcio Chapter. Uchod gwelir meysydd parcio eraill cyfagos. Mae bysus rhif 17, 18 a 33 yn gadael Canol y Ddinas bob pum munud. Ar yr M4 o’r dwyrain: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 29 gan ddilyn yr A48; wedi 6 milltir cymerwch y tro bychan i’r chwith ar yr A4119/ Mill Lane; yna’r chwith ar Ffordd Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ar y B4267/Ffordd Llandaf; wedi 300m trowch i’r dde ar Market Place; a’r dde nesaf ar Heol y Farchnad; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde. Ar yr M4 o’r gorllewin: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 33 a dilynwch yr arwyddion ar gyfer yr A4232; wedi 6.3 milltir dewch oddi ar y ffordd ar Ffordd Lecwydd, tuag at Stadiwm newydd Clwb Pêl-Droed Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ac yna trowch i’r chwith ar Cowbridge Road East; mae Heol y Farchnad ar y dde; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde.

Chapter is situated in Canton, behind Cowbridge Road East, between Llandaff Road and Market Road. We are easily accessible from the city centre. Overflow car parking is available after 6pm at Cardiff Community Learning Services adjacent to the car park at Chapter. Alternative nearby car parks are shown above. Number 17, 18 and 33 buses leave every five minutes from the City Centre. From the east on M4: Take exit 29 onto the A48; after 6 miles turn slight left onto A4119/ Mill Lane; then left onto Cardiff Road; continue straight onto B4267/Llandaff Rd; after 300m turn right onto Market Place; take next right onto Market Road; Chapter car park is on the right. From the west on M4: Take exit 33 and follow signs onto A4232; after 6.3 miles exit onto Leckwith Rd, towards the new Cardiff City Stadium; keep straight until turning left onto Cowbridge Road E; Market Rd is on your right; Chapter car park is on the right.

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The Baring Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation, Foyle Foundation, Trusthouse Charitable Foundation, Jane Hodge Foundation, Simon Gibson Charitable Trust, Garrick Charitable Trust, The Steel Charitable Trust, Gibbs Charitable Trust, Oakdale Trust, Coutts Charitable Trust, Bruce Wake Charity, Follett Trust

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Advanced/online prices in brackets. Prisiau ymlaen llaw/ar-lein mewn cromfachau. NB: Advanced = any time before the day of the screening.

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From 5pm • O 5pm ymlaen £6.60 (£6) £4.80 (£4.50) £4.30 (£4)

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By phone call us on 029 2030 4400. We accept all major credit cards. In person our Box Office is open Mon-Sat 11.00am — 8.30pm; Sun 3.00 — 8.30pm. By post to Chapter Freepost, RLYX-RTEBKYAL, Cardiff CF5 1ZZ. Send us a cheque made payable to Chapter with details of the tickets you require. Online 24/7 booking at www.chapter.org Concessions: The concessionary rate applies to students, over 60s, children, unemployed, disabled people, MAX card, Chapter Members and Card holders. Proof of concession will be required. Group bookings: Buy 8 tickets and get the 9th free. Please Note • only one discount will be given at any one time • we are happy to take advance bookings but cannot reserve tickets • latecomers may be refused entry

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How to Book

Ar y ffôn galwch ar 029 2030 4400. Rydym yn derbyn y prif gardiau credyd. Galwch heibio mae’n Swyddfa Docynnau ar agor Llun-Sad 11.00am — 8.30pm; Sul 3.00 — 8.30pm Drwy’r post Chapter Rhadbost, RLYX-RTEBKYAL, Caerdydd CF5 1ZZ Danfonwch siec yn daladwy i Chapter gan ddweud pa docynnau rydych eu heisiau. Ar-lein cynigiwn wasanaeth archebu 24/7 ar ein gwefan, sef www.chapter.org Consesiynau: Mae’r prisiau gostyngol ar gael i fyfyrwyr, pobl dros 60 oed, plant, pobl ddi‑waith, pobl anabl, pobl â cherdyn MAX, Aelodau a deiliaid Cardiau Chapter. Bydd angen prawf eich bod yn gymwys. Archebion grŵp: prynwch 8 tocyn a chael y 9fed am ddim. Noder • dim ond un gostyngiad a ganiateir ar yr un achlysur • rydym yn croesawu archebu o flaen llaw ond ni allwn gadw tocynnau • mae’n bosib y gwrthodir mynediad i hwyrddyfodiaid

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Access for all

Chapter welcomes disabled visitors. If you have any specific access requirements or questions please contact our box office on 029 2030 4400, minicom 029 2031 3430.

Mae Chapter yn croesawu ymwelwyr anabl. Os oes gennych unrhyw anghenion mynediad penodol ffoniwch ein swyddfa docynnau ar 029 2030 4400, minicom 029 2031 3430.

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How to get to Chapter

Lleolir Chapter yn Nhreganna, y tu ôl i Cowbridge Road East, rhwng Heol Llandaf a Heol y Farchnad. Mae’n hawdd ein cyrraedd o ganol y ddinas. Ar ôl 6pm mae llefydd parcio ychwanegol ar gael ym maes parcio Gwasanaethau Dysgu Cymunedol Caerdydd sydd yn ymyl maes parcio Chapter. Uchod gwelir meysydd parcio eraill cyfagos. Mae bysus rhif 17, 18 a 33 yn gadael Canol y Ddinas bob pum munud. Ar yr M4 o’r dwyrain: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 29 gan ddilyn yr A48; wedi 6 milltir cymerwch y tro bychan i’r chwith ar yr A4119/ Mill Lane; yna’r chwith ar Ffordd Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ar y B4267/Ffordd Llandaf; wedi 300m trowch i’r dde ar Market Place; a’r dde nesaf ar Heol y Farchnad; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde. Ar yr M4 o’r gorllewin: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 33 a dilynwch yr arwyddion ar gyfer yr A4232; wedi 6.3 milltir dewch oddi ar y ffordd ar Ffordd Lecwydd, tuag at Stadiwm newydd Clwb Pêl-Droed Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ac yna trowch i’r chwith ar Cowbridge Road East; mae Heol y Farchnad ar y dde; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde.

Chapter is situated in Canton, behind Cowbridge Road East, between Llandaff Road and Market Road. We are easily accessible from the city centre. Overflow car parking is available after 6pm at Cardiff Community Learning Services adjacent to the car park at Chapter. Alternative nearby car parks are shown above. Number 17, 18 and 33 buses leave every five minutes from the City Centre. From the east on M4: Take exit 29 onto the A48; after 6 miles turn slight left onto A4119/ Mill Lane; then left onto Cardiff Road; continue straight onto B4267/Llandaff Rd; after 300m turn right onto Market Place; take next right onto Market Road; Chapter car park is on the right. From the west on M4: Take exit 33 and follow signs onto A4232; after 6.3 miles exit onto Leckwith Rd, towards the new Cardiff City Stadium; keep straight until turning left onto Cowbridge Road E; Market Rd is on your right; Chapter car park is on the right.

Mynediad i bawb Registered Charity No. 500813* Rhif Elusen 500813

cen res

The Baring Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation, Foyle Foundation, Trusthouse Charitable Foundation, Jane Hodge Foundation, Simon Gibson Charitable Trust, Garrick Charitable Trust, The Steel Charitable Trust, Gibbs Charitable Trust, Oakdale Trust, Coutts Charitable Trust, Bruce Wake Charity, Follett Trust

C am nd Wy

Chapter is a recipient of a Google Grant award

ad rn Ro Seve

The Community Foundation in Wales Y Sefydliad Cymunedol yng Nghymru

East Cowbridge Road

Road

The Foundation for Sport and the Arts

Earle Pl.

et n Stre Hami lto

Canton

h kwit

Mae Chapter yn gwerthfawrogi’r gefnogaeth a dderbynia gan y canlynol Chapter gratefully acknowledges the support it receives from the following:

Street Talbot

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029 2030 4400 enquiry@chapter.org • www.chapter.org

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Cowbrid ge Ro ad Ea st

St. ay

Market Road, Canton, Cardiff CF5 1QE Heol y Farchnad, Treganna, Caerdydd, CF5 1QE

St.

Orc h a r d P l.

Lane Gray

Advanced/online prices in brackets. Prisiau ymlaen llaw/ar-lein mewn cromfachau. NB: Advanced = any time before the day of the screening.

M a rk e t P l .

.

From 5pm • O 5pm ymlaen £6.60 (£6) £4.80 (£4.50) £4.30 (£4)

Street vey

P — free car parks  — bus stop — cycle rack

Springfield Pl.

St. Gray Library St

Before 5pm • Cyn 5pm £3.50 (£3) £2.50 (£2) £2.50 (£2)

d Roa aff nd Lla

Cinema • Sinema Full • Llawn Concs • Cons Card + Conc • Cerdyn + Cons

e Glynn

from 6pm

d Roa

By phone call us on 029 2030 4400. We accept all major credit cards. In person our Box Office is open Mon-Sat 11.00am — 8.30pm; Sun 3.00 — 8.30pm. By post to Chapter Freepost, RLYX-RTEBKYAL, Cardiff CF5 1ZZ. Send us a cheque made payable to Chapter with details of the tickets you require. Online 24/7 booking at www.chapter.org Concessions: The concessionary rate applies to students, over 60s, children, unemployed, disabled people, MAX card, Chapter Members and Card holders. Proof of concession will be required. Group bookings: Buy 8 tickets and get the 9th free. Please Note • only one discount will be given at any one time • we are happy to take advance bookings but cannot reserve tickets • latecomers may be refused entry

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How to Book

Ar y ffôn galwch ar 029 2030 4400. Rydym yn derbyn y prif gardiau credyd. Galwch heibio mae’n Swyddfa Docynnau ar agor Llun-Sad 11.00am — 8.30pm; Sul 3.00 — 8.30pm Drwy’r post Chapter Rhadbost, RLYX-RTEBKYAL, Caerdydd CF5 1ZZ Danfonwch siec yn daladwy i Chapter gan ddweud pa docynnau rydych eu heisiau. Ar-lein cynigiwn wasanaeth archebu 24/7 ar ein gwefan, sef www.chapter.org Consesiynau: Mae’r prisiau gostyngol ar gael i fyfyrwyr, pobl dros 60 oed, plant, pobl ddi‑waith, pobl anabl, pobl â cherdyn MAX, Aelodau a deiliaid Cardiau Chapter. Bydd angen prawf eich bod yn gymwys. Archebion grŵp: prynwch 8 tocyn a chael y 9fed am ddim. Noder • dim ond un gostyngiad a ganiateir ar yr un achlysur • rydym yn croesawu archebu o flaen llaw ond ni allwn gadw tocynnau • mae’n bosib y gwrthodir mynediad i hwyrddyfodiaid

Mar

Sut i archebu tocynnau

Access for all

Chapter welcomes disabled visitors. If you have any specific access requirements or questions please contact our box office on 029 2030 4400, minicom 029 2031 3430.

Mae Chapter yn croesawu ymwelwyr anabl. Os oes gennych unrhyw anghenion mynediad penodol ffoniwch ein swyddfa docynnau ar 029 2030 4400, minicom 029 2031 3430.

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Chapter Magazine November 2010