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Patricia Piccinini, The Long Awaited (Portrait), 2008. Silicone, fibreglass, human hair, leather, plywood, clothing. Courtesy the artist, Haunch of Venison and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
THE FUTURE’S NOT WHAT IT USED TO BE Vernon Ah Kee, Tony Albert, Darren Almond, Matt Bryans, Susan Hiller, Jeremy Millar, Patricia Piccinini, Marjetica Potrč, Amie Siegel, Monika Sosnowska Curated by Deborah Smith Fri 21 September — Sun 4 November Our latest exhibition features ten international artists exploring the concepts of past, present and future. Using a range of media, the artists present multiple perspectives of their changing landscape, encouraging us to define and redefine our own relationships to the world. Susan Hiller, Vernon Ah Kee and Tony Albert give voice to indigenous cultures in the hope that we learn from the past; Marjetica Portč and Monika Sosnowska’s architectural and sculptural works investigate the poetics and politics of space; Amie Siegel and Jeremy Millar explore how events in history resonate with our understanding and experience of the present; Patricia Piccinini engages us with the changing nature of our environment; Darren Almond and Matt Bryans mark, manipulate and erase time. This exhibition has been supported by the Henry Moore Foundation and Queensland Government through the Indigenous Arts Marketing and Export Agency (QIAMEA). Additional sponsorship has been provided by GB-Sol and City Satellite.
Hannah Firth Head of Visual & Live Arts We’re pleased to have been included as one of the key venues for Cardiff Contemporary - a city-wide initiative that showcases the wealth of visual art and design activity that Cardiff has to offer. More information about events throughout the autumn can be found at www.cardiffcontemporary.co.uk.
Vernon Ah Kee: theendoflivingandthe beginningofsurvival
Tooth & Clawr
In 1854 the United States government offered to ‘buy’ a large area of Indian land; in return they promised a ‘reservation’ for the Indian people. Vernon Ah Kee’s light box commission references Chief Seattle’s profound response to this offer. His work also comments on the social and political inequalities that continue to confront Australia’s indigenous people today. Vernon Ah Kee was born in 1967 in Innisfail, Queensland, and is of the Kuku Yalandji, Waanji, Yidinji and Gugu Yimithirr peoples. He now lives and works in Brisbane. Ah Kee’s work is primarily a critique of Australian popular culture, specifically the Black/ White dichotomy. Commissioned as part of The Future’s Not What It Used To Be (see p5).
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Tue 23 October 7pm
Hosted by Kathryn Ashill and Phil Owen, our regular artist-led reading group promotes critical engagement with and debate around our exhibition programme. The group looks at reading material from a wide variety of sources — fictional, theoretical and tangential. The discussions are always active and engaging and are designed to draw out the many different aspects of each exhibition. The group hosts a maximum of 15 people for each discussion so please book early from the Chapter website or box office. £3 www.toothandclawr.blogspot.co.uk
Come Along Do Thu 1 Nov
Chaired by Gill Nicol, this post-screening event takes the film Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel (see p21) as the starting point for an in-depth and lively discussion exploring art and film. £2.50 (Places are limited so please book early. Tickets for the film must be purchased separately).
Phil Collins This Unfortunate Thing Between Us Sat 6 October — Sun 13 January Outside our entrance two second–hand caravans are hosting the UK premiere of Phil Collins’ video installation based on his recent eponymous performance. Originally presented in 2011 at the Hebbel am Ufer theatre in Berlin and on German public television, This Unfortunate Thing Between Us consists of two live broadcasts. Hosted by a crew of actors and porn workers, and featuring live music by Gruff Rhys and Y Niwl, This Unfortunate Thing Between Us follows the logic and grammar of the teleshopping channel, including pitches, sales and phone–ins. Instead of commodities, viewers are offered a choice of experiences at promotional prices. Providing an opportunity to face up to our contemporary desires and fears, TUTBU TV brings together a live audience and home viewers for a glimpse of what may well prove to be the future of consumerism. Phil Collins’ films, photographs, installations, and live events often use elements of low–budget television and the entertainment industry to dissect the political and aesthetic implications of popular visual formats. His collaborators have ranged from former teachers of Marxism in the GDR and anti–fascist skinheads in Malaysia, to fans of The Smiths that span three continents and disco–dancing Palestinians. Presented at Chapter as part of Artes Mundi 5. For more information about Artes Mundi, the shortlisted artists or the exhibition at National Museum Cardiff visit www.artesmundi.org
Biography Phil Collins is based in Berlin and Cologne, where he is a professor of video art at the Kunsthochschule für Medien. Recent solo exhibitions include Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane (2012); British Film Institute, London (2011); Tramway, Glasgow (2009). Group exhibitions include Revolution vs. Revolution, Beirut Art Center and Hors Pistes 2012, Centre Pompidou, Paris (both 2012); Museum der Wünsche, MUMOK, Vienna; Berlin 2000-20011, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo; and Ostalgia, New Museum, New York (all 2011); as well as biennales in Singapore (2011), Berlin (2010), Turner Prize (2006) and Istanbul (2005). Collins’ films have been shown at international film festivals, including Rotterdam, Oberhausen, and Berlin. His works are held in significant public collections such as, among others, Tate, London; Museum of Modern Art, New York; and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.
Open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 12-6pm; Thursday & Friday 12-8pm; closed Monday
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THEATRE “The humour, the creativity, the imagination… I loved it” audience feedback (Teifi Emerald)
Recent investment in satellite broadcast technology in our cinema has opened the door to a whole raft of exciting opportunities. One of these is the screening of National Theatre Live (see p15) where you become part of the live theatre experience on London’s South Bank. It’s a thrilling new medium and one that I’m delighted Chapter is able to be a part of. Enjoy!
Cathy Boyce Programme Coordinator-Theatre
Beyond the Border Pas de Deux
Thu 4 — Sat 6 Oct 8pm
“There are moments when we are too embarrassed to move, too terrified to speak. Then just sometimes we let the beasts within us take over. And we begin to do things we’ve always longed to do.” Teifi delves deep into the hidden recesses of her imagination, fighting off demons and journeying to unknown lands. Will her inner monsters be her downfall, or will they provoke her to find something greater, something wild? This funny, magical, one-of-a-kind performance merges elements of stand-up, physical theatre, storytelling, song and dance, puppetry, parody and the absurd. £9/£7/£6 www.teifiemerald.net
The Devil’s Violin Company: A Love Like Salt Wed 10 Oct 8pm
Unlocking the forgotten folk tales that inspired some of English literature’s greatest works, The Devil’s Violin takes you on a voyage of discovery to King Arthur’s Camelot, the Breton shores and the ancient Britain of King Lear. A Love Like Salt is a rich tapestry, peppered with magic and morals, lovers and villains, desire and disguise. Aided by the dramatic, driving rhythms of a skilled and inventive strings and accordion trio, Daniel Morden — one of the UK’s most compelling and applauded storytellers — conjures up a haunting, hypnotic fusion of music and word. Violin: Oliver Wilson-Dickson. Cello: Sarah Moody. Accordion: Luke Carver Goss. Director: Sally Cookson. Suitable for ages 12+ Presented in association with Beyond The Border £12/£10/£8 www.thedevilsviolin.co.uk
From L to R: A Love Like Salt, Bones
“An enchantment that recognizes, with the power of voice and music, that there is magic everywhere” — The Times
Tue 23 Oct 8pm
Who made the first move, the woman or the man? Drawing from world myth and folk tales, Pas de Deux is a tender and moving exploration of human relations and our inner world of dreams. It is also about the perfect interweaving of story and music, a graceful pas de deux between Abbi Patrix, one of Europe’s greatest storytellers, and leading Danish improviser/composer Linda Edjsö (marimba, vibraphone, percussion). Written in collaboration with author and critic Erica Wagner £10/£8 + Masterclass in music storytelling on Wed 24 + Thu 25 Oct aimed at professional performers. For full details contact firstname.lastname@example.org
“so capable of transmitting energy, humour and emotion, some have insisted he is more shaman than storyteller” The Times (on Abbi Patrix)
Fifth Word Bones by Jane Upton Sat 13 Oct 8pm
“She doesn’t feel like my mum. She doesn’t do things mums do. She gets leathered and smacked up and tries to shag my mates.” Nottingham, 1998. Nineteen-year-old Mark is living a life he never signed up to. Heavy with the responsibility of caring for his broken mum and her baby and pining for a past of Panda Pops, eggy bread and Brian Clough, Mark knows he has to do something drastic. But will he make the chilling choice that will change things forever? An achingly honest portrayal of a boy struggling to find his place in a world that doesn’t want him, Bones will break your heart, spit you out and then make you wonder why you cared in the first place. Presented in association with Nottingham Playhouse. £12/£10/£8
Theatr na n’Óg: The Sinking of The Arandora Star
Likely Story: The Locked Door
When Italy entered World War Two, Italians living in Britain were branded by the authorities as enemy aliens. This play follows the story of Lina, who witnesses her father being arrested and taken to an internment camp in Canada. His ship was mistaken for a troop ship and attacked by a German U-boat, with many innocent Welsh-Italian men losing their lives. Interwoven into the story of these true events is Lina’s own quest for the truth behind her father’s disappearance. Suitable for age 9+ £5 (day) £10/£8/£6 (evening)
Theatr Iolo: Grimm Tales Mon 15 + Tue 16 Oct 7pm
In the dead of night, the moon is hiding behind a cloud, and deep in the dark, dark forest two children are lost, scared and hungry… A young girl, exhausted with work and deprived of a bed, lies down in the dirty ashes. Her stepsisters, their hearts as ugly as thorns, snigger at her. The award-winning Theatr Iolo brings you an enchantingly fresh look at the funny, magical, cruel and bittersweet stories of the Brothers Grimm in a translation by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, dramatized by Tim Supple. Including Ashputtel (the original Cinderella story) and Hansel & Gretel, there are sure to be stories you know and some that you may not. For a family audience, recommended age 6+ £8/£5 @theatriolo www.grimmtales.net
Sat 27 Oct 2pm + 5pm
The monster under the bed is real! Sebastian is an attention seeking lovable sock monster and is Amy’s only true friend. Amy has wished her Stepdad away and it looks like her wish has come true. She’d better fix things before anyone finds out! Amy and Sebastian travel through a strange and magical kingdom of unusual creatures, crazy shops, creepy forests and an icy tundra. Will Amy ever see her bedroom again? This modern day fairy tale offers an energetic blend of storytelling, physical theatre, humour, puppetry, circus, original music and new writing. Suitable for little monsters and ancient beasts alike. Supported by a family learning pack. £6/£5
The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik by Tim Watts Thu 11 Oct 7.30pm
In a highly imaginative fusion of animation, puppetry, projections, live and recorded music, master storyteller Tim Watts tells the tale of Alvin Sputnik’s search for his lost love in the seemingly endless depths of the ocean. This exquisite multi award-winning one-man show is emotional, uplifting, touching and funny — a heartwarming, pocket masterpiece of invention, staging and performance. Theatr Mwldan and House present this Perth Theatre Company and Weeping Spoon production on a special tour of Wales and southern England. £10/£9/£8 (Special family ticket: £30 for 4) Supported by the Welsh Government and the Arts Council of Wales through the National Performing Arts Touring scheme. + Post show Q&A with creator/performer Tim Watts
“one of the most beautifully constructed, and endearing productions I have ever seen” — The Scotsman
From L to R: Grimm Tales, The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik
Thu 11 Oct 1.30pm (Welsh language performance) + 6.30pm (English language performance)
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Mon 8 Oct 7.30pm + 9.30pm
Tim Key visits Chapter as part of his nationwide tour. Still spunking poetry everywhere. Now 35 years old. £14/£13/£12 (sold out – Waiting list only)
Ava Vidal Goes Dutch Fri 12 Oct 8pm
Following a sell out West End run earlier in the year, the star of Mock The Week and Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow returns with a brand new show that questions the ideas of community and responsibility. How much should we share? And would the world be a better place if we all were selfsufficient and just took care of ourselves? £12/£10 www.avavidal.co.uk
“Vidal juggles the profound and the irreverent rapidly alternating between the two.” — Chortle
Bridget Christie War Donkey Sun 14 Oct 8pm
What are Tory feminists? How did Hitler choose soups in restaurants? Why isn’t there a Spielberg blockbuster about donkeys, and why did Colonel Gadaffi hate them? Bridget Christie knows. And will wear stilts. Sharp and surreal stand-up and grotesque manifestations from someone who’s been on Radio 4’s News Quiz, E4’s Cardinal Burns, Sarah Millican’s Support Group and Harry Hill’s Little Internet Show. Christie’s 2010 Edinburgh show, A Ant, was in the Top 10 best reviewed shows for that year and was featured in BBC2’s The Culture Show. £10/£9/£8 www.bridgetchristie.co.uk
“True, beautiful insanity” — Sunday Times
Pappy’s: Last Show Ever!
Thu 8 Nov 8pm
Pappy’s return with a brand new show full of sketches, songs and silliness. But is this really the end for “the funniest sketch troupe on the fringe”? (Scotsman) Edinburgh Award Nominees, Chortle Award Winners, Loaded LAFTA winners. £10/£9/£8 www.pappyscomedy.com
“a jaw-dropping, laugh-a-second spectacular” — Chortle
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Joanna Young Re–Creating PenGwyn Wed 24 + Thu 25 Oct 8pm A surreal mix of dance theatre inspired by the characteristics and connotations of a particularly peculiar penguin. Working with an exceptional team of four dance artists, acclaimed Wales-based choreographer Joanna Young presents her new full-length production. Expect breath taking imagery, intricately layered choreography, magnetic performances and a playful juxtaposition between the subtle and the extreme.
Supported by Arts Council of Wales, Borough Theatre, Chapter, Creu Cymru, Dance Blast at The Dance Centre and National Dance Company Wales. www.alicetheatre.wordpress.com
Photo: Iain Payne
XX Minifest of women’s writing
Thu 18 — Sun 21 Oct
Cardiff’s very own four day multi-venue music festival returns with some of the best local, national and international acts. While still focusing on new and emerging acts, there’s also a smattering of wellestablished headliners and a broader programme including arts based fringe events. The programme at Chapter is pretty awesome this year, with sets from the likes of Islet, Scritti Politti, The School and Dry The River as well as an In Chapters special. The full Chapter line up can be found at www.chapter.org with more info about all the bands and venues across the city at www.swnfest.com. Festival wristbands are available at www.swnpresents.com, www.TicketLineUK.com and Spillers Records, Morgan Arcade, Cardiff.
OFFSITE: AT THE ROCKIN’ CHAIR
Give it a Name: Rude Wed 24 Oct — Sat 3 Nov 8pm
There’s a new Tory government. Jobs are hard to come by. The weather isn’t up to much. But somewhere in a makeshift club, people are dancing to a new tune. It’s 1980. The place is Cardiff. The music is Ska. Here come the rude boys... After their original sell out production in 2010, Give It A Name return with a revival of Rude! A Ska Musical, penned by veteran of the Cardiff Reggae scene and original rudeboy Tony Wright. Featuring a full live band. Director: James Williams. Produced by Tony Wright and Give It A Name. Part of Black History Month Wales 2012.
From L to R: Rude (Photo: Jorge Lizalde), Things Beginning with M
An offsite production at Rockin’ Chair Caribbean Bar and Restaurant, Lower Cathedral Road, Riverside. £14/£12 www.giveitaname.net
Sat 27 Oct 2.30pm
An afternoon and evening of fiction, poetry, interviews and entertainment, showcasing writing by and for women from Wales and the world. Contributors include the Booker-longlisted novelist Nikita Lalwani, award-winning poet Rhian Edwards, Dylan Thomas prize-winner Rachel Trezise and Sunday Times shortlisted short-story writer Roshi Fernando. This inaugural event aims to bring together readers, new and established writers, editors and critics to enjoy the burgeoning range and depth of writing by women from Wales in English. £15 (day ticket)/£4 (per event) Supported by Penguin, Seren, Honno, Parthian, University of Glamorgan, WM, Gomer, Literature Wales, The Co-operative and Chapter.
Omidaze Productions Things Beginning with M Mon 29 Oct — Fri 2 Nov 8pm
How do women tell each other their stories? How do women map out their journeys through womanhood from adolescence to old age? Where do women share their information, advice, facts, stories, truths, wisdom and secrets so that we can learn from each other? And why do all these things begin with M? An experimental and collaborative fusion of theatre, new writing, comedy, movement and visual art using real women’s stories. Director: Yvonne Murphy. Writer : Emily Steel. Movement: Sarah Hall. Visual Artist: Katie Rigby MC: Taylor Glenn £10/£8
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CHAPTER MIX First Thursday
Seren and Literature Wales kick off another season celebrating fiction, non-fiction and poetry of the highest order. Come along and meet some great writers and hear them read from their works; or get involved in the ‘open mic’ section where new authors read a poem or page of prose. Poet and environmental activist Emily Hinshelwood reads from her debut collection of poetry and prizewinning novelist Lloyd Jones reads from the latest book in Seren’s popular series based on tales from the Mabinogion.
South Wales Decorative and Fine Arts Society welcome Jen Jones, who runs the Welsh Quilt Centre in Lampeter, to talk about her love of Welsh quilts and their fascinating histories.
Thu 4 Oct 7.30pm
On The Edge Moist by Neil Bebber
Tue 9 October 8pm
“I had all the coke I could get up my nose, all the women that my hot tub would hold and more money than I’d ever be able to spend, and do you know what? I don’t miss any of it. But I’d give my right arm to have one more chance to stand up there and make people laugh again. And then, just maybe she’d come back to me.” The latest of Michael Kelligan’s script-in-hand readings. With Nathan Sussex. Directed by Mathilde Lopez. £4
The Drones Comedy Club Fri 5 + Fri 19 Oct 8.30pm
Clint Edwards presents the very best in new stand-up comedy.
Thu 11 Oct 2pm
£6 (on the door, space permitting) www.jen-jones.com www.swdfas.org.uk
Music Geek Monthly
Thu 27 Sept + Thu 25 Oct 8pm + Sat 6 Oct 3.30pm
One classic and one brand new album are chosen and discussed in Media Point on the last Thursday of the month, with the associated listening event taking place in the plush surroundings of Cinema 2 on a Saturday. Free www.musicgeekmonthly.tumblr.com
Boardgaming Sunday Sun 14 Oct 5.30pm
Join Cardiff’s friendly games shop Rules of Play in our Caffi Bar for this monthly games night. Bring your favourite board games, or just bring yourself and borrow a game from the demo library. Free
Sunday Jazz Sun 21 Oct 9pm
An evening of melodic acoustic jazz in the Caffi Bar with the Glen Manby Quartet. Free
£3.50 (on the door)
Cardiff Storytelling Circle Sun 7 Oct 8pm
Share and listen to a lovely selection of stories, real or imagined, all of them true. £4 (on the door)
Clonc yn y Cwtch Mon 8 Oct 6.30pm-8pm
Are you learning Cymraeg? Come and join us for a great chance to practice your Welsh with other learners. Croeso i bawb!
In partnership with Menter Caerdydd. FREE
Cardiff Design Festival Fri 28 Sept — Sat 13 Oct
This annual celebration of the skills and passion of our city’s designers provides a spotlight on the sector and shows how design affects every aspect of our lives. See p17 for details of a film about designers Charles and Ray Eames. For the full festival schedule at venues around Cardiff go to www.cardiffdesignfestival.org.
Mon 1 Oct 8pm
What is design? Is the concept tied too closely to notions of form and function, of producing smart, novel things? Does it lead to the big ethical questions of how to live well, or how we ought to live, questions which it is unreasonable to expect any one designer to answer. Join Clive Cazeaux, Professor of Aesthetics at Cardiff School of Art and Design, for an evening of pub philosophy discussion in our Caffi Bar.
PechaKucha Night Cardiff Tue 2 Oct 6.30pm
PechaKucha is a free event featuring selected speakers sharing their knowledge through 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds. It’s a format that makes presentations concise and keeps things moving at a rapid pace, creating story, tension, show and tell. Every event features creatives from areas as diverse as design, architecture, research, science, health, visual and performance arts, literature, music, spoken word, education, business, and more. PechaKucha Night is trademarked, devised and shared by Klein Dytham architecture. Part of Cardiff Design Festival 2012 Free (please reserve tickets at Chapter or from www.mabjones.com) www.pecha-kucha.org
The Last of the Haussmans
A Designer and a Philosopher Walk into A Bar
National Theatre Live: World-Class Theatre Productions broadcast live from London. If you’d like to pre-order an intermission drink, please do so at our café/bar before the performance.
The Last of the Haussmans Thu 11 Oct 7pm
165mins. With Julie Walters, Rory Kinnear, Helen McCrory.
Stephen Beresford’s new play is a funny, touching and at times savage portrait of a family full of longing that’s losing its grip. Following an operation, high society drop-out Judy Haussman is joined by her family in her dilapidated Art Deco house on the Devon coast. Together they share a few sweltering months as they alternately cling to and flee this louche and chaotic world of allday drinking, infatuations, long-held resentments, free love and failure. £15/£10
Timon of Athens Thu 1 Nov 7pm
150mins. With Simon Russell Beale.
Wealthy friend to the rich and powerful, Timon of Athens showers gifts and hospitality on the city’s elite. He vastly outspends his resources but when he calls upon his erstwhile associates, instead of offering help, they hang him out to dry. Timon withdraws to a literal and emotional wasteland, pouring ever more surreal curses on a morally bankrupt Athens. Part of the World Shakespeare Festival, produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company for London 2012 Festival. £15/£10
Sally Griffith Head of Cinema October is always an exciting month as the selection of independent and world cinema on offer gets broader and our calendar is filled to the brim with festivals. This month we have the Iris Prize Festival, back for its 6th year; a selection of music films for Sŵn and the Abertoir Film Festival provides us with a devilishly good selection of previews for Halloween.
“period drama at its most exciting, intoxicating and modern. Spellbinding.” Empire (Anna Karenina)
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Eames: The Architect and The Painter
From L to R: Lawless, Eames: The Architect and The Painter
Fri 21 Sept — Thu 11 Oct
UK/2012/130mins/12A. Dir: Joe Wright. With Keira Knightley, Aaron Johnson, Jude Law, Kelly Macdonald.
Trapped in a loveless marriage to a government official, Anna falls passionately in love with the young Vronsky, setting in motion a chain of events that leads to her downfall. Joe Wright transports us to the twilight days of imperialist Russia in this classic tale of hypocrisy, jealousy, family duty, destiny and desire. + Our free Adaptations film and literature group meets after the screening on Thu 27 Sept to discuss the film and associated novel by Tolstoy. Please book tickets from the box office.
Fri 21 Sept — Thu 4 Oct
USA/2012/115mins/18. Dir: John Hillcoat. With Tom Hardy, Jason Clarke, Jessica Chastain.
This epic gangster tale is based on the true story of the Bondurant Brothers, the infamous bootlegging siblings from Prohibition-era Virginia, whose loyalty is put to the test by the highly unusual methods employed by Special Agent Charlie Rakes.
Fri 28 Sept — Thu 4 Oct
UK/2012/80mins/PG. Dir: Hugh and Anson Hartford. With Les D’Arcy, Terry Donlon, Lisa Modlich.
89-year-old Les D’Arcy is headed to Inner Mongolia to compete in the over 80s Table Tennis Championships. But he’s considered a spring chicken by others at the tournament, including 100 year old Dorothy DeLow, a mega celebrity in this rarefied world. The film is as much about the tenacity of the human spirit as it is about taking home the medal, with intimate and candid portraits of life back home exploring the hope, regret and immediacy of growing old.
Fri 28 Sept — Thu 4 Oct
USA/2012/84mins/12A. Dir: Jason Cohn, Bill Jersey. Narrated by James Franco.
The husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames are widely regarded as America’s most important designers. Perhaps best remembered for their mid-century plywood and fiberglass furniture, the Eames Office also created a mind-bending variety of other products, from splints for wounded military during World War II, to photography, interiors, graphics, games, films and toys. This documentary also takes a look at their personal lives and influence on significant events in American life.
Chapter MovieMaker Mon 1 Oct
A regular showcase for short films by independent filmmakers. FREE (Please reserve tickets in advance.)
Bad Film Club: Crocodile Dundee in LA Sun 7 Oct
Australia/USA/2001/92mins/PG. Dir: Simon Wincer. With Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski.
Nicko and Joe lend their irreverent live commentary to another classic from their terrible movie vault. You remember Mick Dundee, the guy who hunts crocodiles and has a big knife? Well now he’s in LA! And he’s taken along very little of the drama and not much of the comedy of his original film.
Hysteria Fri 5 — Thu 18 Oct
UK/2012/99mins/15. Dir: Tanya Wexler. With Hugh Dancy, Jonathan Pryce, Maggie Gyllenhall.
Looking for a cure for what was commonly described as hysteria in women, late 19th century physician Mortimer Granville set about creating the world’s first electromechanical vibrator — all in the name of medical science. This breezy and often cheeky comedy sets the notion of the doctor’s blissful ‘cure’ against the ideals of Gyllenhall’s Suffragette who believes the true path to women’s happiness lies in education and self-sufficiency.
“Everett — languid as a cat in a sunbeam — makes his too-brief scenes into master classes of comedy” Seattle Times
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Adventure Film Festival 2012
Adventure Film Festival 2012
Clockwise from top left: To Rome With Love, Adventure Film Festival , The Imposter
Fri 5 — Tue 9 Oct
USA/2012/99mins/15. Dir: Bart Layton. With Adam O’Brian, Frederic Bourdin, Carey Gibson.
Part documentary, part stylized visualisation, this chilling film chronicles the story of a 13-year-old boy who disappears from Texas in 1994 and is found three years later in southern Spain with a story of kidnapping and torture. His family is overjoyed to bring him home, but all is not quite as it seems. Why does he now have a strange accent? Why does he look so different? Any why doesn’t the family seem to notice these glaring inconsistencies? It’s only when an investigator starts asking questions that this strange tale takes an even stranger turn.
To Rome With Love Fri 5 — Thu 18 Oct
USA/2012/112mins/12A. Dir: Woody Allen. With Alec Baldwin, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig, Penelope Cruz.
Woody Allen’s latest kaleidoscopic comedy presents four charming stories about romance, fame, legacy and longing. We meet an American architect reliving his youth, an average Roman who suddenly finds himself hounded by paparazzi, a young couple drawn into damaging separate romantic encounters and an opera director endeavouring to hire a singing mortician.
Tue 9 + Tue 16 + Tue 23 Oct
This showcase of the best in extreme sports and adventure features a selection of adrenaline-pumping films that celebrate the limits of mind and body. www.adventurefest.co.uk facebook.com/adventurefilmfestuk @adventureff
High Altitude Adventure
Tue 9 Oct
Big mountain action from the likes of snowboarder Xavier de le Rue to extreme BASE jumping from slacklines over Norwegian Fjords.
Adrenaline Adventure Tue 16 Oct
Freestyle kayaking from Ben Marr, a whole world of mountain-biking with ‘Strength in Numbers’ and award-winning movie Dark Side of the Lens.
Tue 23 Oct
This package explores the world from arctic expeditions to ultra-running across five continents.
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GUY MADDIN SPECIAL OFFER : Buy tickets for 3 Guy Maddin films and see the 4th for free!
Fri 12 — Thu 18 Oct
Canada/2012/94mins/ctba. Dir: Guy Maddin. With Isabella Rossellini, Jason Patric, Udo Kier.
After a long absence, Ulysses Pick arrives home to a house haunted with memories, towing the body of a teenage girl and a bound and gagged young man. His gang waits inside and there’s friction in the ranks. But Ulysses is focused on one thing: journeying through the house, room by room, and reaching his wife Hyacinth in her bedroom. Master of the peculiar and darkly humorous, Guy Maddin’s beautiful fever dream is a compelling watch.
Sun 14 + Tue 16 Oct
Canada/2007/80mins/12A. Dir: Guy Maddin. With Darcy Fehr, Ann Savage, Amy Stewart.
Have you ever wanted to relive your childhood and do things differently? B-movie icon Ann Savage plays a domineering mother attempting to answer that question. Maddin’s strange and profoundly touching goodbye letter to his childhood hometown is an inventive blend of local and personal history, surrealist images and metaphorical myths.
The Saddest Music in The World Sun 21 + Tue 23 Oct
Canada/2003/100mins/15. Dir: Guy Maddin. With Isabella Rossellini, Mark McKinney, Maria de Medeiros.
During the Great Depression, Winnipeg is declared ‘the world capital of sorrow’ so the glamorous local brewer, double-amputee Lady Port-Huntly, sets a contest to find the saddest music in the world. Featuring a screenplay by Kazuo Ishiguro, Maddin’s beguiling and hallucinatory black-and-white musical delves into a past that never was.
Dracula: Pages From A Virgin’s Diary Sun 28 + Tue 30 Oct
Canada/2004/73mins/12A. Dir: Guy Maddin. With Wei-Qiang Zhang, Brent Neale, Cindy Marie Small.
Maddin’s sumptuous feast of dance, drama and shadow transposes Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s interpretation of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire yarn from stage to screen. The tale of the sinister but intriguing immigrant who preys on young English women is presented in a style reminiscent of the silent expressionistic cinema of the early 20th Century.
Keyhole (top), Dracula (bottom)
From ballet-filled takes on the Dracula story to pseudo-autobiographical tales of growing up in Winnipeg, Guy Maddin’s unique style can thrill, amuse and perplex. We’re celebrating the release of his latest surreal, black and white melodrama Keyhole, with this short season.
Clockwise from top left: Barbara, Diana Vreeland, Killing Them Softly
Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel Fri 26 Oct — Thu 1 Nov
USA/2012/86mins/PG. Dir: Lisa Immordino Vreeland, Frederic Tscheng, Ben-Jorgen Perlmutt.
Painting an intimate portrait of the legendary fashion editor of Harper’s Bazaar who was dubbed the “High Priestess of Fashion”, this documentary reveals the high-drama of her career, her personal history, vulnerabilities and steely determination. Vreeland’s own eloquent voice guides us through her life, unveiling the vivid personality of an innovator who reinvented style.
Fri 19 — 25 Oct
Germany/2012/105mins/subtitled/ctba. Dir: Christian Petzhold. With Nina Hoss, Ronald Zehrfeld, Rainer Bock.
Barbara finds herself isolated in a gloomy East German village during the summer of 1980, after being banished from Berlin for trying to obtain a travel visa. Subject to constant supervision and searches, she’s desperate to find a way to leave the Eastern bloc to be with her escaped lover. But her yearnings are gradually transformed as she grows closer to Andre, a gentle loner. Barbara is eventually thrown into a dilemma where her need for freedom is challenged by the warmth and gratitude she receives from others.
Darkened Rooms Following the success of The Shining at The Angel Hotel, Alien at Techniquest and the recent New York Night, the Darkened Rooms team will be masterminding another event at a venue in Cardiff during October. Keep an eye on www.chapter.org and www.darkenedrooms.com for more details.
+ Come Along Do discussion on Thu 1 Nov (see p7)
Killing Them Softly Fri 19 Oct — Thu 1 Nov
USA/2012/97mins/18. Dir: Andrew Dominik. With Brad Pitt, Ray Liotta, James Gandolfini.
This down-and-dirty thriller unfolds in post-hurricane New Orleans, a city in pieces, caught in the midst of a recession-induced crime wave. Two dreamy, low ranking gangsters bite off more than they can chew when they take on a mob boss and find two hired killers on their tail. This fast-paced and darkly comic drama shows a morally bankrupt society dripping with corruption and hypocrisy from the top down. A grimy, third film from writer-director Dominik teams him once again with Assassination of Jesse James actor Brad Pitt, offering him a deliciously wicked career-defining role.
IRIS PRIZE FESTIVAL Victim
Sun 7 + Tue 9 Oct UK/1961/101mins/PG. Dir: Basil Dearden. With Dirk Bogarde, Sylvia Syms, Dennis Price.
Iris Prize Festival
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Berwyn Rowlands Founder Iris Prize Cardiff’s International gay and lesbian short film prize helps the winner to make a new film through funding, support and guidance. The Iris Prize is presented during our annual festival, which includes screenings of all 30 competing shorts, new feature films, panel sessions and social events. Iris feels at home in Chapter, not just because it’s a place where open minded people hang out but also because Chapter is home to lovers of film. Check out www.irisprize.org for details of screenings and events at other venues around the city.
Basil Dearden’s groundbreaking thriller was first released in 1961. It was instrumental in paving the way for the legalisation of homosexuality in Britain. Dirk Bogarde, Britain’s most revered matinee idol, risked his career to portray Melville Farr, a closeted gay lawyer, at a time when homosexual acts were a crime. Friends of Iris — present your card at the box office to get a ticket for just £4 on Sunday or £2.50 on Tuesday.
Iris Education Wed 10 Oct
This day long film course for young people aged 14 – 18 covers marketing, directing and performing and gives you a chance to see some films and meet the filmmakers. Presented by DIGON and the Iris Prize team.
Daniel Ribeiro in conversation Wed 10 Oct
Another chance to see the 2011 Iris Prize winning film I Don’t Want To Go Back Alone by Daniel Ribeiro. Daniel is a member of this year’s international jury and is scheduled to make his next short film courtesy of Iris in 2013. Daniel discusses the past 12 months and his plans for the future with festival patron Andrew Pierce of the Daily Mail. Presented in association with BAFTA Cymru.
Israel/2012/84mins. Dir: Eytan Fox. With Ohad Knoller, Lior Ashkenazi, Oz Zehavi.
Yossi is a workaholic doctor living a solitary existence in Tel Aviv following the death of his lover. His quiet world is shaken to its foundations when he goes on a road trip to southern Israel and meets Tom, a handsome, openly gay man.
Victim (top), Yossi (bottom)
Wed 10 Oct
Iris Prize Festival
Comedy and LGBT Film Sat 13 Oct
For decades, if not centuries, gay people have been the butt (no pun intended) of many jokes. With the proliferation of gay films over the past three decades, can we see a change in how gay humour is presented on the screen? Chaired by Andrew White of Stonewall Cymru, this session takes a light-hearted look at gay humour on screen.
Shorts Programme 6 (68mins) Sat 13 Oct
This selection of Iris Prize contenders features films by Craig Boreham (Australia), Grant Scicluna (Australia), Jake Graf (UK), Evan Roberts (USA) and Christoph Kuschnig (Austria).
Sat 13 Oct
USA/2011/93mins/15. Dir: Jeffrey Schwarz.
This powerful documentary looks at the life of Vito Russo, prominent gay activist and critic of LGBT representation in the media. He wrote the first book to critique Hollywoodâ€™s portrayals of gays on screen and, during the AIDS crisis in the 1980s, became a passionate advocate for justice via the newly formed ACT UP, before his death in 1990.
Elliot Loves Sat 13 Oct
From top to bottom: The Wilding, Elliot Loves, Joshua Tree 1951
USA/2012/92mins/15. Dir: Terracino. With Fabio Costaprado, Elena Goode, Quentin Araujo.
This quirky comedy drama follows Elliot, a Dominican American New Yorker, at two stages of his life. As a young boy, heâ€™s quietly confident and occupied by a love-hate relationship with his single mother and array of friends. The older Elliot is less prepared for life and is unsuccessful in looking for love as it seems all the good men are taken. Developed by Iris partner festival OUTFEST this is a great example of micro-budget filmmaking which will appeal to gay and straight audiences alike.
Joshua Tree 1951: A portrait of James Dean Sat 13 Oct
USA/2012/93mins/15. Dir: Matthew Mishory. With James Preston, Dan Glenn, Dalilah Rain.
This magical film is an intimate portrait of James Dean on the cusp of achieving notoriety as both a great actor and an American icon. Set primarily in the early 1950s, the film is a series of revealing and sometimes dreamlike vignettes that blend biographical and fictionalised elements to present a pivotal moment in a remarkable life.
FILMS A magnificent musical selection inspired by this year’s Sŵn Festival (see p13) SPECIAL SŴN OFFER Bring along your festival wristband or confirmation email and get a ticket to any of these films for just £4.50 (£8 for The Haunted Castle event — see p26)!
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Electrick Children Fri 12 + Sat 13 Oct
USA/2012/96mins/15. Dir: Rebecca Thomas. With Julia Garner, Rory Culkin, Liam Aitkin.
Rachel, a teenager from a fundamentalist Mormon community, believes herself pregnant by immaculate conception after a euphoric moment hearing a forbidden music tape. Her community believe otherwise, accusing her brother of rape. Rachel flees with her brother in search of the man who made the music and falls in with a bunch of skateboarders and musicians. A refreshing, beautiful debut from Rebecca Thomas, a practising Mormon herself.
Scratch Mon 15 Oct
USA/2001/92mins/15. Dir: Doug Pray. With Afrika Bambaataa, Marc 7, Dilated Peoples.
This documentary explores the world of the hip-hop DJ and the turntablist movement. From the birth of hip-hop in the South Bronx in the 70s through to modern day San Francisco, the world’s best scratchers, diggers, party-rockers and producers celebrate beats, breaks, battles, and the infinite possibilities of vinyl.
Mission to Lars Wed 17 + Thu 18 Oct
UK/2012/74mins/ctba. Dir Will Spicer. With Tom Spicer, Kate Spicer, Lars Ulrich.
Tom Spicer has Fragile X Syndrome (described by his sister as ‘autism with bells on’), a learning disability that makes life a constant challenge. His family decide to make his greatest dream come true — a meeting with Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich — but even they are unprepared for the myriad frustrations caused by his anxiety-breeding condition. An honest and moving documentary about the dedication of a music fan and the Spicers’ dedication to each other. Presented by Learning Disability Wales and Mencap Cymru.
+ Q&A on Thu 18 Oct with Kate Spicer and Kai Jones from Learning Disability Wales.
The Upsetter: The Life And Music of Lee Scratch Perry Fri 19 Oct
USA/2008/95mins/ctba. Dir: Ethan Higbee, Adam Bhala Lough. Narrated by Benicio Del Toro.
Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry helped to invent a genre of music in the 1950s that would come to be called Reggae and Dub. He mentored a young Bob Marley, worked with Paul McCartney and the Clash and gained international recognition as an experimental solo artist and producer. Despite the gang warfare back home, the ensuing extortion, a marriage break up, alcohol and drug addiction and his studio burning to the ground, Scratch remained a key figure in music and returned at the age of 70 for a world tour. A fascinating study of one man, and an entire music scene.
Electrick Children (top), Mission to Lars (bottom)
Searching For Sugar Man Sat 20 — Thu 25 Oct
USA/2012/86mins/12A. Dir: Mali Bendjelloul.
What happens when a great artist’s legacy is so mysterious and enigmatic that no one seems to know whether he’s dead or alive? Detroit singersongwriter Rodriguez released two wonderful albums in the early 1970s before disappearing from the public gaze amidst dark rumours that he had killed himself on stage. Two fans trace clues around the globe trying to find out what really happened to their idol.
Last Shop Standing Sun 21 Oct
UK/2012/52mins/no cert. Dir: Pip Piper. With Billy Bragg, Norman Cook, Johnny Marr.
This documentary celebrates the unique spirit of comradeship and entrepreneurial ingenuity that has enabled so many independent record shops to keep operating against the backdrop of massive changes in the music industry. The film features a number of UK shops (including our very own Spillers), industry experts and many music celebrities including Norman Cook, Billy Bragg, Johnny Marr, Richard Hawley, Nerina Pallot and Paul Weller. It also boasts a great soundtrack from a host of independent bands. +Q&A with Graham Jones, author of the book ‘Last Shop Standing’.
Fri 19 — Thu 25 Oct
From top to bottom: Searching For Sugar Man, Last Shop Standing, Holy Motors
France/2012/115mins/subtitled/18. Dir: Leos Carax. With Denis Lavant, Eva Mendes, Edith Scob, Kylie Minogue.
This exhilarating odyssey delves into the life of Monsieur Oscar, a shadowy character who journeys from one life to the next. He is accompanied only by Céline, the slender blonde woman behind the wheel of the vast engine that transports him around Paris. Like a conscientious assassin moving from hit to hit, he inhabits different characters. But where is his true home, his family, his rest? Delving into the murky relationship between film and dream, Holy Motors features an incredible mindbending central performance from Denis Lavant.
Casey & Ewan: Moosick
Tue 16 Oct
Local video artists extraordinaire, Ewan Jones Morris and Casey Raymond (Clubfootfoot) present a selection of their favourite music videos to get you in the mood for the festival. www.caseyandewan.com
Sŵn Special Guest Event Sat 20 Oct
Please check our website and www.swnfest.com for details.
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Wales’ own International Horror Festival breaks out of Aberystwyth to bring you an exclusive series of nightmarish films! www.abertoir.co.uk Supported by Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth University and Film Agency Wales.
SPECIAL OFFERS Buy 3 get 1 free for any combination of Abertoir screenings. Buy an Abertoir Saturday pass for just £20!
Cockneys Vs Zombies Fri 26 Oct — Thu 1 Nov
UK/2012/88mins/15. Dir: Matthias Hoene. With Michelle Ryan, Honor Blackman, Richard Briers.
Zombies infest London, interrupting a gang of bank robbers who are amassing money to save their granddad from having to leave his retirement home. With former Bond girl Honor Blackman, Tinker from Lovejoy and Chas & Dave putting in appearances, this is a fine way to see off the brown bread (dead).
In The Dark Half Fri 26 — Tue 30 Oct
UK/2012/85mins/15. Dir: Alistair Siddons. With Tony Curran, Jessica Barden.
Troubled 15-year-old Marie babysits for her neighbour and a tragedy occurs which sends them tumbling into a strange reality. This impressive, dark, psychological drama is the product of a low-budget collaboration between BBC Films, Film Agency Wales and Bristol City Council. + Post-screening Q&A with actor Tony Curran.
ParaNorman (See opposite) Abertoir Choice Cuts Sat 27 Oct
A selection of some of the most popular shorts from last year’s festival.
The Haunted Castle Germany/1921/82mins/PG. Dir: F W Murnau. With Walter Steinbeck, Carola Höhn and Hans Stüwe.
One of the earliest (and eeriest) works by the legendary filmmaker F. W. Murnau. A party of aristocrats assemble at a country manor. But a long-lingering question threatens to rear its head: who really murdered the Baroness’s late husband? +Live score by Steepways Sound using acoustic instrumentation & processed audio. £12/£10/£8
From top to bottom: Entity, Chained, Before Dawn
Sat 27 Oct
FAMILY FEATURES Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days Sat 6 Oct
USA/2012/94mins/U. Dir: David Bowers. With Devon Bostick, Zachary Gordon, Rachael Harris.
School is out but Greg’s plans for the holidays have all gone wrong. What is he going to do all summer?
Dr Seuss’ The Lorax [2D]
UK/2012/84mins/ctba. Dir: Steve Stone. With Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley.
USA/2012/86mins/U. Dir: Chris Renaud, Kyle Balda. With Danny DeVito, Ed Helms, Zac Efron.
Sat 27 Oct
A British reality TV crew travel to a remote Siberian forest to uncover the truth behind a mass grave found in 1998. Their journey leads them beyond the forest to uncover a terrifying secret... + Q&A with Steve Stone, producer Rob Speranza and sound designer Mark Ashworth.
Chained Sat 27 Oct
USA/2012/94mins/ctba. Dir: Jennifer Lynch. With Vincent D’Onofrio, Eamon Farren, Julia Ormond.
Eight-year old Tim and his mother are abducted by taxi-driving serial killer Bob. After killing his mother, Bob decides to keep Tim around as his slave, forcing him to help him with his crimes. A unique new film from the daughter of acclaimed director David Lynch. + Beast (C. Granier-Deferre, UK 2012, 16mins) A deliciously dark short film about a young lodger.
The Evil Dead Wed 31 Oct
USA/1981/85mins/18. Dir: Sam Raimi. With Bruce Campbell, Ellen Sandweiss, Richard DeManicor.
This classic video nasty tells the tale of five friends who unwittingly release flesh-possessing demons. + CTIN! (Cyrille Dravon, 2011, France, 14mins) A man wakes up surrounded by strangers.
Before Dawn Wed 31 Oct
UK/2012/85mins/ctba. Dir: Dominic Brunt.
Alex and Meg go to a remote cottage in an attempt to save their marriage. They soon find themselves fighting for survival, as a zombie outbreak threatens to literally tear them apart forever. + Post screening Q&A with director Dominic Brunt (Emmerdale, Inbred) and producer Helen Grace.
Sat 13 Oct
A 12-year-old boy searches for the one thing that will enable him to win the affection of the girl of his dreams. He must discover the story of the Lorax, the grumpy creature who fights to protect his world.
The Dark Knight Rises Sat 20 Oct
USA/2012/165min/12A. Dir: Christopher Nolan. With Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway.
A new terrorist leader is threatening Gotham City — but will the Dark Knight resurface to protect a city that has branded him an enemy?
ParaNorman [2D] Fri 26 Oct — Thu 1 Nov
USA/2012/93mins/PG. Dir: Chris Butler, Sam Fell. With Kodi Smith-McPhee, Casey Affleck.
A misunderstood boy who can speak with the dead takes on ghosts, zombies and grown-ups to save his town from a centuries-old curse.
National Schools Film Week
Tue 16 — 22 Oct
The world’s largest free festival for cinemas and schools with film screenings, introductions and talks from industry professionals. Featured films: The Princes’ Quest, Mirror Mirror, We Need to Talk About Kevin, Miss Bala and North by Northwest. Visit www.nationalschoolsfilmweek.org for details.
Carry On Screaming!
Every Friday at 11am, Carry on Screaming allows parents or carers to see a film without having to worry about their baby causing a disturbance. Check out the calendar for details of these special screenings, exclusively for people with babies under one-year-old. Free entry for babies. Please note that tickets for these screenings are not available online. Sorry, strictly no admittance unless accompanied by a baby!
Eat Drink Hire
Eat Drink HIRE Pop Up Produce Every Wednesday 4–7pm
Our regular pop up market features local food producers selling scrumptious artisan foods. Mark’s Bread continue to offer a host of your favourite loaves and speciality breads like potato and rosemary sourdough or raisin and caraway. And Get Ffresh! will be joining us from 26 September with fresh organic salads and vegetables alongside a host of mouth-watering artisan Welsh food items. www.Get-Ffresh.co.uk
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Free wireless internet is available in Caffi Bar Chapter.
Oktoberfest 2012 Thu 25 — Sat 27 Oct
For this year’s Oktoberfest Beer Festival we’re bringing you an entirely new selection of hoppy beverages from Germany. Dave, our Bar Manager, has sought out (sampled) a wide range of the best lagers, pilsners, dark and wheat beers from across the country to delight and surprise you. You won’t find your old favourites on our list, but we’re certain you’ll discover a new one amongst the treats on offer. How about Schlöbberla, a dark land beer completely new even in Germany; or Mårzen, a woody smoked taste sensation? Our mouths have already started watering in anticipation! Our talented chefs are pulling out all the stops too, offering a selection of Chapter-made festival fare like Welsh beef or 3 bean chilli with rice, sour cream and nachos; Bockwurst or vegan hotdogs with homemade curry ketchup and sauerkraut; Welsh beef burger with fries and coleslaw; or falafel burger with fries and Moroccan coleslaw. Plenty to get your teeth into. Our normal Caffi Bar menu runs until 5pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Festival menu 5pm– 9pm. Festival bar open: Thu 25 + Fri 26 Oct from 5pm Sat 27 Oct from midday
Taste of Autumn Sat 6 Oct 1pm–5pm
Sample some of the produce grown in our community garden, from chutneys, soups and cakes to the honey from our Chapter bees. Tom Bean of ‘Blas o’r Tan’ will be demonstrating his earth oven and giving you the chance to make some flat breads.
Hires We have a number of spaces and facilities for hire at Chapter, many of which are booked regularly by an eclectic mix of day and evening classes. Check out our website or pick up a leaflet at the box office to see what’s on offer. And if you’re looking for a room for a party, meeting, conference, video shoot, rehearsal or team building extravaganza then our state-of-the-art facilities, technical know-how and friendly staff will help you to create a comfortable, distinctive and memorable event. Our café manager Lex is also able to supply a variety of catering options for your event. If you have any hires queries or would like more information, give our hires manager Nicky a ring on 029 2031 1050/58 or email email@example.com.
For more information or to make a donation visit the ‘Support Us’ section at www.chapter.org. Donations can also be made over the phone, 029 2035 5662 or send a cheque, made payable to ‘Chapter (Cardiff) Ltd’ to Elaina Gray in the Fundraising office.
Don’t forget to Gift Aid your donation — we can reclaim the tax, adding an extra 25%.
Legacies Leaving a legacy helps to ensure a healthy future for Chapter. Please contact your solicitor for advice and keep us informed so we can recognise your donation appropriately.
Regular Donations We welcome regular monthly or annual donations which are put towards your chosen area of the artistic programme. Forms are available on our website or from the fundraising office 029 2035 5662.
Gall rhoddion gael eu rhoi dros y ffôn hefyd, 029 2035 5662 neu gallwch anfon siec, yn daladwy i ‘Chapter (Caerdydd) Cyf’, at Elaina Gray yn y Swyddfa Codi Arian.
Peidiwch ag anghofio Cymorth Rhodd — gallwn hawlio’r dreth ar eich rhodd yn ôl, gan ychwanegu 25% at ei werth. I gael mwy o wybodaeth neu i wneud cyfraniad, ewch i adran ‘Cefnogi Chapter’ ein gwe-fan, www.chapter.org.
Cymynroddion Mae gadael cymynrodd i Chapter yn eich ewyllys yn fodd o sicrhau dyfodol iach i’r ganolfan. Dylech gysylltu â’ch cyfreithiwr i gael cyngor — a rhowch wybod i ni hefyd fel y gallwn gydnabod eich rhodd yn y modd priodol.
Rhoddion Rheolaidd Rydym yn croesawu rhoddion misol neu flynyddol rheolaidd a gaiff eu defnyddio i gefnogi’r rhaglen artistig yn eich dewis faes chi. Mae ffurflenni ar gael ar ein gwefan neu o’r swyddfa codi arian 029 2035 5662.
£250 — Mabwysiadu Sedd Gallwch fabwysiadu sedd yn y sinema neu’r theatr i chi eich hun neu ar ran ffrind. Bydd eich plac arbennig i’w weld ar sedd o’ch dewis chi am 10 mlynedd.
Y llynedd, croesawyd 800,000 o ymwelwyr i 12 o arddangosfeydd, bron i 2,000 o ddangosiadau ffilm, dros 600 o berfformiadau theatr a mwy na 1,000 o weithdai a dosbarthiadau, sgyrsiau a digwyddiadau eraill. Rydym hefyd yn cefnogi cannoedd o brosiectau trwy ddarparu gofod a chyngor. Rydym yn falch o’r ffaith ein bod yn ennill dros 70% o’r incwm sydd ei angen arnom i ariannu hyn oll ein hunain, drwy gyfrwng ein swyddfa docynnau, y caffi-bar a llogi gofod a gwasanaethau. Mae cefnogaeth gan gyllidwyr, ymddiriedolaethau, sefydliadau a noddwyr yn ein helpu i lenwi’r bwlch ond, fel elusen gofrestredig, rydym hefyd yn dibynnu ar gefnogaeth cannoedd o unigolion sy’n cyfrannu rhoddion bychain. Dyma rai ffyrdd y gallwch chi helpu.
Last year we welcomed 800,000 visitors to 12 exhibitions, almost 2,000 cinema screenings, over 600 theatre performances and 1,000s more to workshops and classes, talks and other events. Behind the scenes we also supported 100s of projects by providing space and advice. We are proud that we earn over 70% of the money we need to make this happen ourselves through our box office, café-bar sales and space hires. Support from funders, trusts, foundations and sponsors helps us meet the gap but as a registered charity we also rely on the support of 100s of individuals making small donations. Here are some ways you can help.
£250 Adopt a Seat Adopt a cinema or theatre seat for yourself or a friend. Your engraved plaque will adorn a seat of your choice for 10 years.
Millennium Stadium Charitable Trust Lloyds TSB Morgan Signs Garrick Charitable Trust Barclays Arts & Business Cymru Singapore International Foundation Puma Hotels Collection: Cardiff Angel Hotel Cardiff Airport Wales Arts International Gibbs Charitable Trust Ceredigion Community Scheme The Steel Charitable Trust The Boshier-Hinton Foundation Oakdale Trust Nelmes Design The Coutts Charitable Trust Bruce Wake Charity Finnis Scott Foundation Unity Trust Bank
Hugh James Contemporary Art Society for Wales The Dot Foundry JVH Gidden & Rees Western Power Distribution HARMAN technology Limited Laguna Health & Spa Follett Trust Arts & Kids Cymru Canton High School Girl’s Reunion Co-operative Group IKEA Renault Cardiff GB-Sol Ltd City Satellites Embassy of Belgium Queensland Government
Registered Charity No. 500813* Rhif Elusen 500813
And all those individuals who have generously supported us through the redevelopment and beyond A’r holl unigolion hynny sydd wedi’n cefnogi ni’n hael drwy gydol cyfnod yr ailddatblygu ac ar ôl hynny
Landfill Community Fund Esmée Fairbairn Foundation The Baring Foundation Garfield Weston Foundation Foyle Foundation Biffaward Colwinston Charitable Trust Admiral Group plc Moondance Foundation Foundation for Sport and the Arts Trusthouse Charitable Foundation Community Foundation in Wales The Welsh Broadcasting Trust Richer Sounds Momentum The Henry Moore Foundation Google Jane Hodge Foundation Simon Gibson Charitable Trust People’s Postcode Trust Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen e.V
Chapter gratefully acknowledges the support it receives from the following Mae Chapter yn gwerthfawrogi’r gefnogaeth a dderbynia gan y canlynol:
Cinema 1 Sinema 1
Cinema 2 Sinema 2
Phil Collins: This Unfortunate Thing Between Us, p7
The Future’s Not What It Used To Be, pp4+5
Anna Karenina (12A) p17 5.45 Chapter Moviemaker p17 6.00 Design Discussion p15 8.00 Lawless (18) p17 8.30 Eames: The Architect... (12A) p17 8.15 Lawless (18) p17 2.30 Lawless (18) p17 6.00 PechaKucha Night p15 6.30 Ping Pong (PG) p17 8.30 Anna Karenina (12A) p17 8.30 wed 3 Ping Pong (PG) p17 2.30 Ping Pong (PG) p17 6.15 Pop-Up Produce mer Lawless (18) p17 6.00 Eames: The Architect... (12A) p17 8.15 p28 4.00-7.00 Anna Karenina (12A) p17 8.30 thu 4 Anna Karenina (12A) p17 2.30+5.45 Eames: The Architect... (12A) p17 6.00 First Thursday p14 7.30 iau Lawless (18) p17 8.30 Ping Pong (PG) p17 8.00 Teifi Emerald: Wild p9 8.00 fri 5 Carry On Screaming: Anna Karenina (12A) p17 11.00 The Imposter (15) p19 6.15 Teifi Emerald: Wild p9 8.00 gwe To Rome With Love (12A) p19 2.30+6.00 Anna Karenina (12A) p17 8.30 The Drones Comedy Club p14 8.30 Hysteria (15) p18 8.30 sat 6 Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (U) p28 11.00+3.00 Music Geek Monthly p14 3.30 Teifi Emerald: Wild p9 8.00 Taste of Autumn sad Hysteria (15) p18 6.00 Anna Karenina (12A) p17 5.45 p28 1.00-5.00 To Rome With Love (12A) p19 8.15 The Imposter (15) p19 8.30 sun 7 To Rome With Love (12A) p19 3.00+5.30 Victim (PG) p22 5.00 Cardiff Storytelling Circle p14 8.00 sul Hysteria (15) p18 8.00 Bad Film Club: Crocodile Dundee (PG) p17 7.45 Gallery closed mon 8 Hysteria (15) p18 6.00 Anna Karenina (12A) p17 5.45 Tim Key p11 7.30+9.30 Clonc yn y Cwtch llun To Rome With Love (12A) p19 8.15 The Imposter (15) p19 8.30 Monday p14 6.30 tue 9 Victim (PG) p22 2.30 Adventure Film Festival p19 6.00 On The Edge: Moist p14 8.00 maw To Rome With Love (12A) p19 5.45 The Imposter (15) p19 8.30 Hysteria (15) p18 8.15 wed 10 Iris Education p22 9.30 To Rome With Love (12A) p19 2.30+8.45 A Love Like Salt p9 8.00 Pop-Up Produce mer Hysteria (15) p18 6.00 Daniel Ribeiro in conversation (15) p22 7.00 p28 4.00-7.00 Yossi (15) p22 8.30 thu 11 SWDFAS Lecture p14 2.00 Anna Karenina (12A) p17 2.30 Theatr Na n’Óg p10 11.00+1.30+6.30 iau NT Live: The Last Of The Haussmans p15 7.00 To Rome With Love (12A) p19 6.00 The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik p10 7.30 Hysteria (15) p18 8.30 fri 12 Carry On Screaming: To Rome… (12A) p19 11.00 Keyhole (ctba) p20 6.15 Ava Vidal p11 8.00 gwe To Rome With Love (12A) p19 2.30+8.15 Electrick Children (15) p24 8.15 Hysteria (15) p18 6.00 sat 13 Comedy and LGBT Film (15) p23 11.00 Dr Seuss’ The Lorax 2D (U) p28 11.00+3.00 Fifth Word: Bones p9 8.00 sad Iris Shorts Programme (15) p23 12.30 Electrick Children (15) p24 6.00 Vito (15) p23 2.30 Keyhole (ctba) p20 8.15 Elliot Loves (15) p23 4.00 Joshua Tree 1951 (15) p23 6.00 Hysteria (15) p18 8.30 sun 14 To Rome With Love (12A) p19 5.30 To Rome With Love (12A) p19 2.30 Bridget Christie p11 8.00 Boardgaming sul Hysteria (15) p18 8.00 My Winnipeg (12A) p20 5.00 Sunday Keyhole (ctba) p20 7.15 p14 5.30 Gallery closed mon 15 Hysteria (15) p18 6.15 Scratch (15) p24 6.00 Theatr Iolo: Grimm Tales p10 7.00 Monday llun To Rome With Love (12A) p19 8.30 Keyhole (ctba) p20 8.00 tue 16 My Winnipeg (12A) p20 2.30 Adventure Film Festival p19 6.00 Theatr Iolo: Grimm Tales p10 7.00 maw To Rome With Love (12A) p19 5.45 Keyhole (ctba) p20 8.15 Hysteria (15) p18 8.15 wed 17 Hysteria (15) p18 6.00 Mission To Lars (ctba) p24 2.30+8.30 Pop-Up Produce mer To Rome With Love (12A) p19 8.15 Keyhole (ctba) p20 6.15 p28 4.00-7.00 thu 18 Hysteria (15) p18 2.30+8.15 Mission To Lars (ctba) + Q&A p24 6.00 Sŵn Festival, iau To Rome With Love (12A) p19 5.45 Keyhole (ctba) p20 8.30 p13 fri 19 Carry On Screaming: Hysteria (15) p18 11.00 The Upsetter (ctba) p24 6.15 The Drones Comedy Club p14 8.30
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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. 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
Before 5pm Cyn 5pm £4.50 (£4.00) £3.50 (£3.00) £3.00 (£2.50)
From 5pm O 5pm ymlaen £7.90 (£7.20) £5.80 (£5.10) £5.00 (£4.50)
Advanced/online prices in brackets. Prisiau ymlaen llaw/ar-lein mewn cromfachau. NB: Advanced = any time before the day of the screening.
Bargain Tuesday! All main screening tickets £4.40 DISGOWNT DYDD MAWRTH Tocynnau’r holl brif ddangosiadau - £4.40
Cinema Sinema Full Llawn Concs Cons Card + Conc Cerdyn + Cons
Killing Them Softly (18) p21 2.30+8.15 Holy Motors (18) p25 8.30 Barbara (ctba) p21 6.00 sat 20 The Dark Knight Rises (12A) p28 11.00 The Dark Knight Rises (12A) p28 3.00 sad Searching For Sugar Man (12A) p25 2.30 Barbara (ctba) p21 6.15 Sŵn SpecialGuest Event p25 6.00 Holy Motors (18) p25 8.30 Killing Them Softly (18) p21 8.30 sun 21 The Last Shop Standing + Q&A p24 6.00 Barbara (ctba) p21 2.45 Sunday Jazz p14 9.00 sul Killing Them Softly (18) p21 8.15 The Saddest Music In The World (15) p20 5.00 Holy Motors (18) p25 8.30 Gallery closed mon 22 Killing Them Softly (18) p21 5.45 Holy Motors (18) p25 6.00 Monday llun Barbara (ctba) p21 8.15 Searching For Sugar Man (12A) p25 8.30 tue 23 The Saddest Music In The World (15) p20 2.30 Adventure Film Festival p19 6.00 Pas de Deux p9 8.00 Tooth & Clawr p6 7.00 maw Barbara (ctba) p21 6.15 Holy Motors (18) p25 8.15 Killing Them Softly (18) p21 8.30 wed 24 Holy Motors (18) p25 2.30 Holy Motors (18) p25 6.00 Joanna Young p12 8.00 Pop-Up Produce mer Killing Them Softly (18) p21 5.45 Searching For Sugar Man (12A) p25 8.30 p28 4.00-7.00 Barbara (ctba) p21 8.15 thu 25 Barbara (ctba) p21 2.30+6.15 Searching For Sugar Man (12A) p25 6.00 Joanna Young p12 8.00 Oktoberfest iau Killing Them Softly (18) p21 8.30 Holy Motors (18) p25 8.00 Music Geek Monthly p14 8.00 p28 fri 26 Carry On Screaming: Diana… (PG) p21 11.00 Cockneys Vs Zombies (15) p26 2.30 gwe ParaNorman 2D (PG) p26 3.00 In The Dark Half (15) p26 6.15 Killing Them Softly (18) p21 6.00 Diana Vreeland (PG) p21 8.15 Cockneys Vs Zombies (15) p26 8.30 sat 27 ParaNorman 2D (PG) p26 11.00+3.00 Abertoir Choice Cuts (18) p27 3.30 The Locked Door p10 2.00+5.00 sad The Haunted Castle (PG) + live music p26 5.45 Diana Vreeland (PG) p21 5.30 XX Minifest p13 2.30 Killing Them Softly (18) p21 8.30 Entity (ctba) + Q&A p27 7.45 Chained (ctba) p27 10.00 sun 28 Killing Them Softly (18) p21 3.30+6.00 Dracula: Pages From… (12A) p20 5.00 sul Cockneys Vs Zombies (15) p26 8.30 Diana Vreeland (PG) p21 7.00 Gallery closed mon 29 Cockneys Vs Zombies (15) p26 6.00 Diana Vreeland (PG) p21 6.15 Things Beginning With M p13 8.00 Monday llun Killing Them Softly (18) p21 8.00 In The Dark Half (15) p26 8.15 tue 30 ParaNorman 2D (PG) p26 11.00 In The Dark Half (15) p26 6.15 Things Beginning With M p13 8.00 maw Dracula: Pages From… (12A) p20 2.30 Diana Vreeland (PG) p21 8.15 Killing Them Softly (18) p21 6.00 Cockneys Vs Zombies (15) p26 8.30 wed 31 ParaNorman 2D (PG) p26 11.00 The Evil Dead (18) + Short 6.15 Things Beginning With M p13 8.00 Pop-Up Produce mer The Evil Dead (18) + Short 2.30 Before Dawn (ctba) + Q&A p27 8.30 p28 4.00-7.00 Diana Vreeland (PG) p21 6.00 Killing Them Softly (18) p21 8.00
ilm Week, p27