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Welcome to your bumper edition guide to all that’s in store this October. As the nights draw in and we prepare for the cold weather it seems as good a time as any to indulge in a little escapism. Our cinema has an array of films to allow us to do just that. From the launch of the first Italian Film Festival (p26) with gorgeous features from the beautiful country to our Tainted Love season (p28–29) bringing you iconic films to fall in love with all over again. Over in our Gallery we’re thrilled to present a solo exhibition of work by ground-breaking artist George Barber (p4–6). Among his video works we take a journey to the deep with submarine piece Akula Dream. If you’re looking to embrace rather than escape the new season, cosy up in our Caffi Bar for Oktoberfest (p8) and enjoy some fabulous beers and dishes from Bavaria and beyond, and join us for a good dose of horror this Halloween courtesy of Abertoir (p30–31). Thanks for reading, and see you soon!
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George Barber, Shouting Match India, 2010, video, 6 mins and 14 secs
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Clockwise from top: All images George Barber, Akula Dream, HD video, 2015
GEORGE BARBER: AKULA DREAM Preview: Fri 2 Oct 6–9pm Exhibition: Thu 1 Oct 2015 — Sun 10 Jan 2016 Barber rose to prominence in the 1980s as a pioneer of the Scratch Video movement which sampled clips from Hollywood films — using the untried sampling technology of the day — to create an unprecedented orchestration of sound, vision, repeat edits and rhythm. Since then, Barber has developed a large and varied body of work, incorporating found footage, performative monologues and narrative films. We are delighted to present an ambitious solo exhibition entitled ‘Akula Dream’. The centrepiece is a new work — of the same name — that straddles video art and the ‘movie’. In Akula Dream, an old Russian Akula submarine, armed with ballistic nuclear missiles, has a new captain; yet Captain Pavel seems to care very little for practical matters or protocol. He dresses in a cassock and grows a long beard and his favourite pastime is shamanic drumming. On this
strange, unspecified mission, Captain Pavel and the crew ‘journey’ outside the hull, and make shamanic visits to strange worlds. The exhibition also features significant recent works including Fences Make Senses (2014) and The Freestone Drone (2013). Fences Make Senses is an artistic response to the world’s current crisis of displaced populations and enforced migration re-framing the issues by breaking away from standard documentary or news clichés. Barber’s use of improvisers provides a platform for imagination and empathy, bringing home the reality of the refugee experience and the arbitrariness of the conditions that put a person on one side of a border rather than the other.
The Freestone Drone’s central motif is a ‘talking drone’ — who has self-esteem and guilt issues. The piece follows a poetic mission from the point of view of a young innocent drone. Like a child he surveys cityscapes, encounters individuals, reports, and ultimately becomes aware of his own utility and destiny. The Freestone Drone proposes the meeting place of poetry and philosophy as a site to consider contemporary ethical and political concerns. We are also delighted to premiere the complete Shouting Match series as a four-screen installation in which various pairs of people in different locations compete to dominate each other with vocal volume. The Very Very End In effect — not saying anything very loudly — is an apt metaphor for the modern moment. Barber’s works have been shown at many international festivals, competitions, galleries, have been broadcast on television throughout the world and awarded major prizes. Recently, he has had work shown at Kate MacGarry, Whitechapel Gallery, Split Film Festival (Croatia), Royal Academy, Tate Britain, and Victoria & Albert Museum. He has had retrospectives at the ICA, and Dundee Contemporary Arts. In autumn 2015 he has solo exhibitions at waterside contemporary, London and at Young Projects, Los Angeles. Barber is Professor of Art & Media at the University for the Creative Arts and is represented by waterside contemporary (waterside-contemporary.com).
TALKS AT 2
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George Barber, The Freestone Drone. HD video, 2013. Courtesy waterside contemporary, London
Akula Dream is commissioned by Chapter and presented as part of ‘Looking For America: Diffusion — Cardiff International Festival of Photography’, 1–31 October 2015. For more information please see diffusionfestival.org
Exhibition open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 12–6pm; Thursday & Friday 12–8pm; closed Monday
Sat 10 + Sat 24 Oct 2pm Our ‘Talks at 2’ are exhibition tours hosted by our live guides, artists Richard Higlett and Thomas Williams. They provide an opportunity to discover more about the current exhibition and the artists’ approach to their work. No two talks are the same, while we hope they’re always insightful and open. Talks at 2 are free of charge and there’s no need to book in advance — just turn up at the Gallery and join in! FREE
Are You Asking for Evidence of the Truth? Wed 4 — Sun 8 Nov Established in 2001, Experimentica is an annual fiveday festival that hosts a dynamic programme of live art, performance and interdisciplinary projects and offers a significant platform for UK and international artists to produce or introduce their work. This year Experimentica is looking for new versions of the truth. Tickets can be booked online or at the box office and a full 5-day pass is just £30. www.chapter.org/experimentica15
Gwyn Williams, Blydi Cowbois, 2015
Art in the Bar
Gwyn Williams: Chipwood and Choppers Until Sun 1 Nov Gwyn Williams’ new series of work is based on his dreams and interest in the old American way of life. Williams searches internet auction sites for photographs and archive images that depict archetypal scenes of Americana: men and women dressed up as cowboys at a summer fair; a couple sat in a canoe on a vast blue lake surrounded by pine trees; snapshots that appear to have been taken directly from a family holiday. Unedited and untouched, Williams juxtaposes these strangely nostalgic images with sections of chipwood wallpaper, a material which, for him, evokes memories of his childhood home in North Wales and days spent fantasising about the ‘American Dream’. Gwyn Williams lives and works in Clwt-y-bont near Caernarfon. Recent exhibitions include, ‘The Scent of Dic Aberdaron’, Oriel Davies, Newtown (2015); ‘Y Lle Celf’, National Eisteddfod of Wales; ‘Oriel Davies Open’, Oriel Davies, Newtown (both 2014); ‘Pebbledash and Polaroids’, Hackney Picturehouse, London; MOSTYN Open 18, MOSTYN, Llandudno (both 2013).
The Jarman Award 2015 Tue 13 Oct Adam Chodzko, Seamus Harahan, Gail Pickering, Alia Syed, Bedwyr Williams and Andrea Luka Zimmerman. The Jarman Award Touring Programme presents a special screening showcasing work by the six artists short listed for this year’s prestigious Jarman Award, an annual prize celebrating the work of innovative UK artist filmmakers. The screening will feature work from all of the filmmakers and will be followed by a discussion with shortlisted artist Andrea Luka Zimmerman. The Film London Jarman Award is an annual prize inspired by visionary filmmaker Derek Jarman. Launched in 2007 the award recognises and supports artists working with moving image and celebrates the spirit of experimentation, imagination and innovation in the work of emerging artist filmmakers. For more information and running times see p24 and the calendar.
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Eat + Drink
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ChapterLive: Emaline Delapaix
As the autumnal weather takes hold we’ll be retreating and craving some good old fashioned comfort food. Luckily our talented chefs are on hand to serve some gorgeous new dishes. The new winter menu keeps all our favourites and introduces some fabulous new dishes. Featuring: roast butternut squash, chickpea and fresh spinach curry; pan-fried mackerel with warm ratte potatoes and samphire complete with a warm redcurrant and beetroot dressing; pumpkin and tarragon wellington served with seasonal veg and colcannon and hedgerow fruit sauce.
Fri 2 + Fri 16 Oct 9pm ChapterLive is a live music series curated by seasoned promoters Jealous Lovers Club. Taking place in the Caffi Bar every first and third Friday of the month and with no set genre it’s a chance for you to discover brilliant new artists. This month kicks off with Australian folk musician Emaline Delapaix who’s currently on her second tour of the UK. To find out about acts as they’re confirmed please see www.chapter.org/chapterlive.
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Oktoberfest Beer Festival
Pop up Produce
Wed 14 — Sat 17 Oct Bar open: Wed + Thu: 5 — 11pm, Fri: 5pm — 12.30am Sat: 12pm — 12am
It seems like only yesterday we were packing away our beer steins and taking off our Trenker hats, but sure enough, Oktoberfest is here again! Every year the festival seems to get bigger and better, and we’re going to ensure that this one is no exception. Whatever your beer preference — whether you love schwarzbiers from Saxony, kölschs from Cologne, or Bavarian weissbiers — we’ll be offering the finest German beers all weekend. Zum Wohl!
Wed 7 Oct 3–8pm
Our popular monthly market features local food producers selling scrumptious treats for you to take home and enjoy. Spotted a gap in the Pop up Produce market? If you’d like to join us once a month to sell your products then get in touch with Philippa — firstname.lastname@example.org — to apply for a stall.
Food and Wine Evening Thu 22 Oct 7.30pm
Come and join us for a night of fine wine sampling and delicious dishes as we introduce our new wine selection. The evening will be hosted by Faye Moran of Nectar Imports, who will bring her comprehensive knowledge of wine to the table. This is definitely one for you wine lovers! £25
Chapter is a registered charity and we rely on support from individuals and businesses to deliver our varied artistic programme and important education work. We are grateful for every penny we receive and are able to offer some fantastic benefits in return. There are numerous ways to be involved…
Friends Become one of Chapter’s Friends and enjoy a variety of benefits ranging from discounts on tickets and in our Caffi Bar to invitations to special events such as gallery previews and film premieres. Also doubles as a CL1C card. Bronze Friend: £25/£20 Silver Friend: £35/£30 Gold Friend: £45/£40
Donors Sign up to give a one off or a regular donation to Chapter to become even more involved and to support our charitable work. Donations can be made online at www.chapter.org/support-us or by visiting our Box Office. Donations can now also be made by text — simply text ‘Chap14’ plus the amount you wish to give to 70070. It doesn’t cost you a penny to send the text and we get 100% of the donation.
Clwb Chapter’s very own business membership scheme. For a small fee each year your business can enjoy some great benefits at Chapter including networking opportunities, use of our hires spaces and discounts for your staff on cinema and theatre tickets as well as on food and drink in our Caffi Bar. For more information please visit www.chapter.org/chapter-clwb.
Chapter Student Membership Are you a student? Did you know that you can get a free membership and enjoy some great benefits? Join today! Benefits include: • Concessionary prices on our theatre and cinema tickets • 10% off in our Caffi Bar • Opportunities to win some great prizes • Exclusive newsletters • Invitations to special events Sign up today via www.chapter.org/students. Chapter will be at Cardiff University’s Freshers’ Fayre on Monday 21 September and in the Atrium building for the University of Glamorgan Fayre on Tuesday 22 September. We will also be at Cardiff Metropolitan University’s School of Art and Design on Tuesday 29 September. Pop along and say hello — all students who sign up to our scheme at any of these events will receive a 2-4-1 offer on cinema tickets and a free bag of popcorn via our lovely sponsors Portlebay.
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Yuri. Image: Jorge Lizalde. Graphic design: Matthew Wright
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August 012 Present
The Drowned Girl
The Drowned Girl
Yuri Thu 8 — Sat 17 Oct (English and Welsh and BSL interpreted performances, see below for details) Patrick and Adele can’t have children. And then Yuri appears. But who is Yuri? Why is he here? Is he dangerous? Is he Russian? This is a play about infertility, scrabble, supermarkets, sex, the strangeness of our world and the stranger in your living room. It’s also about love. After their Wales Theatre Awards nominations in 2013 and 2014 for Best Production in the English Language for Caligula and Roberto Zucco, August 012 is back. Award winning writer Dafydd James adapts Fabrice Melquiot’s absurd comedy Yuri into English and Welsh for the first time with performances by Carys Eleri, Ceri Murphy and Guto Wynne Davies.
By Fabrice Melquiot. Adapted by Dafydd James. Directed by Mathilde Lòpez.
£12/£10 or £20/£16 when booking to see both Welsh and English language performances. (Recommended Age 18+) English Performances (subtitled in Welsh): Thu 8 Oct 9pm, Fri 9 Oct 8pm, Sat 10 Oct 8pm, Tue 13 Oct 8pm, Thu 15 Oct 8pm + Sat 17 Oct 2pm. Welsh Performances (subtitled in English): Thu 8 Oct 7.30pm, Sat 10 Oct 2pm, Mon 12 Oct 8pm, Wed 14 Oct 8pm, Fri 16 Oct 8pm + Sat 17 Oct 8pm. BSL Interpreted Performance: Thu 15 Oct.
Wed 30 Sep — Sat 3 Oct 8pm Kelly’s nan told her she was born a mermaid, and with it her childhood was full of mermaid adventures and cornflake box tails. It didn’t matter that Kelly couldn’t swim. But that was a long time ago, and things are different now. Kelly is drowning in a dead-end job at Asda and her beloved nan passed away a year ago. She takes comfort in dreaming and diving into a very different reality full of mermaids and happy memories of being by the sea. But as the dreaming starts to take over, Kelly has to learn to swim all over again. At times funny, at times sad, The Drowned Girl is a onewoman play about lost youth, lost loved ones and mermaids. Join Kelly in a world where reality meets fantasy and let her share her stories with you.
Writer and Performer: Kelly Jones. Director: Anna Poole. Musician: Chris Young. Producer: Olivia Harris.
The Drowned Girl is supported by Arts Council of Wales and National Theatre Wales TEAM.
£12/£10 (Age 14+)
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Volcano Theatre present
Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch present
147 Questions About Love
Thu 8 — Sat 10 Oct 8.30pm
Sun 18 Oct 11am + 2pm This is a Welsh language production.
147 Questions About Love
He mostly talks. She mostly dances. 147 Questions about Love is an intimate, funny conversation between a man, a woman and an audience. A performance in miniature, bringing you up close to an unusual and tender duet based on a novel made entirely of questions. Are your emotions pure? Should a tree be pruned? Have you ever stood naked in the rain? Was your father a bastard outright, a medium bastard or a light bastard? Do you find these questions fascinating, impertinent, or just plain impossible?
Created and performed by Catherine Bennett and Paul Davies. Design by Cadi Lane. Inspired by the novel The Interrogative Mood by Padgett Powell. £10/£6
“A lovely little piece, content not to have all the answers…” Fest Magazine
The extraordinary story of the ordinary Welsh people who emigrated to Patagonia to create a new life there 150 years ago. This powerful new play by Mari Rhian Owen charts the adventures of the emigres and explores their hopes and fears. Hola! is suitable for 7-11 year olds and families. £7/£5
From L to R; My True North, Tetris
Theatr Iolo, Arch 8 & Erik Kaiel present:
Half Term Dance for the Young and the Young at Heart Calling all movers, groovers, flappers and toe-tappers! Join Theatr Iolo this half term for a two-day family dance adventure at Chapter featuring a thrilling combination of performances by Dutch company Arch 8 and hands-on creative workshops for children aged 6 and over.
My True North / No Man is an Island
by Erik Kaiel Thu 29 Oct 11am (Workshop: 12–1pm) Fri 30 Oct 3pm (Workshop: 4–5pm) Two dazzling dance duets that push the limits of physical possibility. After seeing this extraordinary double bill, one critic recommends that you had “better not try this at home”. Here’s your chance to see why. In My True North, the dancers display superhuman endurance as they build a rollercoaster of endless flow — twisting, turning, and climbing the walls — without ever losing contact. No Man is an Island is a balancing act like no other as one dancer climbs and shifts atop the other, without ever touching the ground. (Age 6+)
by Erik Kaiel Thu 29 Oct 3pm (Workshop 4–5pm) Fri 30 Oct 11am (Workshop 12–1pm) Inspired by the computer game of the same name Tetris is about fitting in to the group, and doing your own thing. It’s a gravity defying show where four dancers flip, slide, leapfrog and tumble over each other, and by the end of the performance even the audience is invited to have a go. It explores how we connect with one another, not by fitting in with the world but by changing the world to fit who you are. (Age 6+)
Arch8’s Artistic Director Erik Kaiel, has been making dance for over twenty years in subway stations, sculpture parks, empty swimming pools and city streets (as well as work for the stage) and has toured the globe with Arch 8’s innovative work for young audiences. All workshops offer the perfect opportunity for children aged 6–14 to explore the ideas, moves and techniques used in the dance pieces. Workshops led by Theatr Iolo in association with Cardiff Metropolitan University Dance Department. Workshops available for two age groups: 6–10 and 11–14. Places limited to 20 per workshop. £7 per show or book 2 shows for £12 / Show + workshop: £12 / 2 shows + 2 workshops: £22
Polari at Chapter
Dirty Protest present
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From top: Polari. Image: Justin David, Parallel Lines
Tue 6 Oct 7.30pm
London’s award-winning LGBT literary salon comes to Cardiff as part of a national tour, showcasing the best in established and emerging queer literary talent. Described by The Huffington Post as “The most exciting literary movement in London... crackling with energy, ideas, excitement” Polari won ‘LGBT Cultural Event of the Year’ in the Co-op Respect Loved By You Awards 2013. Hosted by Paul Burston with guest authors and performers including VG Lee, David Llewellyn and Alex Drummond. Plus there’ll be a free two hour afternoon workshop, From Page to Performance, for writers who want to share their work with an audience. One participant will be offered a short slot at the evening’s performance. This event is part of a Polari National Tour funded by Arts Council England
Wed 21 — Sat 24 Oct 8pm
“There are few people making theatre this exciting in Wales today” The Guardian
“Always fun, always thought-provoking — a guaranteed good night out” Sarah Waters
Steph is 15 years old, she’s rebellious, strong and smart. Her mum is brazen and full of Cardiff charm. Simon is her teacher, sensitive, clever and Steph’s favourite. But their two worlds collide when Steph makes a serious accusation against him and their lives begin to unravel. This award winning play by Katherine Chandler explores truth, class and power in contemporary Wales. Dirty Protest first presented Parallel Lines in 2013. Back by popular demand this is the company’s first national tour. Parallel Lines is written by Katherine Chandler and directed by Catherine Paskell. It won the Wales Drama Award in 2012. Parallel Lines is being presented in association with Chapter and has been supported by Arts Council of Wales. £10/£8 (Age 14+)
From L to R: Tim Bowness, Siôn Russell Jones
Siôn Russell Jones + Tom Lüneburger + Lily Beau Chapter and Burning Shed Present
Tim Bowness, Peter Chilvers, David Rhodes and Theo Travis Sat 3 Oct 7pm An evening of songs and improvisations by a selection of some of the UK’s most sought after musicians. Tim Bowness is vocalist/co-writer with the band No-Man , a long-running collaboration with Steve Wilson. He has also worked with Richard Barbieri (Japan), Peter Hamill and Roxy Music’s Phil Manzanera. Bowness released his most recent solo album Stupid Things that Mean the World in September this year. A frequent collaborator with Brian Eno and Underworld’s Karl Huyde, Pete Chilvers has become known for innovative work with generative apps and imaginative use of electronic textures. David Rhodes is one of the world’s most respected and inventive guitarists, he has worked with Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush, Talk Talk and Paul McCartney amongst many others. Saxophonist and flautist Theo Travis has an international reputation as one of the stars of the contemporary UK jazz scene. More recently Travis has emerged as a key figure in the art rock sphere , working with Robert Fripp, David Sylvian, Bill Bruford and many more. Established in 2001 Burning shed is an online label and store that has become a global specialist in progressive, ambient/electronica and art rock music £15 www.burningshed.com
Sat 31 Oct 7.30pm Siôn Russell Jones is a singer-songwriter from Cardiff with a unique and infectious voice backed up by intricate guitar melodies and cracking choruses. Since the release of his debut album And Suddenly, Siôn has seen his live audiences grow across Europe and has received regular airplay on the likes of BBC 6music, SRF 3 in Switzerland and RTL in Paris. This year has seen Siôn touring extensively, including visits to Germany and Japan where his recent album Lost No More has been licensed by This Time Records. His special guests for the evening will be the established and popular German singer-songwriter Tom Lüneburger and from Cardiff the hugely talented Lily Beau. £10
CubAfrobeat Fri 2 Oct 7.30pm Kishon Khan’s Lokkhi Terra has been described as “London’s best kept secret and probably the world’s best Afrobeat-Cuban-Bangladeshi group” by Songlines Magazine. They are teaming up with ex Fela Kuti keyboardist Dele Sosimi, the UK’s multiple award winning Afrobeat ambassador, to bring a musical mash-up between heavyweights to Cardiff. CubAfrobeat is a groovetrain, travelling between Lagos, Nigeria and Havana, Cuba. Featuring members of both Lokkhi Terra and the Dele Sosimi Afrobeat Orchestra. Everyone say “yeah, yeah, si, si”! £8/£5/free for students and under 18s This performance is brought to you by Cardiff University School of Music.
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Stories From a Crowded Room. Image: Chris Nash
Stories From a Crowded Room Tue 27 Oct — Sun 1 Nov (Tue — Thu 8pm, Fri + Sat 6pm + 8.30pm, Sun 2pm) Touch, smell, and breathe as you walk the room or hide amongst the crowd. In this 25th Anniversary production Earthfall explore stories in motion, through highly physical dance with live music, text and encircling film. Surrounded by broken dreams and bodies in flight; Earthfall physically embed you within the action, moving fast and close around you. This production is an all embracing experience for the audience. The performance lasts approximately an hour and is an unseated and accessible performance. Workshops are available on request, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. £14/£12/£10 (Suitable for age 14+, due to use of language, and sexual references) Become part of the production and send us your #EFsorry. Discover more at www.earthfall.org.uk @earthfall #EFStories
CHAPTER MIX First Thursday of the Month
New Fiction and Poetry
Make the Most of Your Voice with Frankie Armstrong
Thu 1 Oct 7.30pm
Featuring poet Rosie Shepperd reading from her debut, Man at the Corner Table, Alison Layland and her artful translation of Haitian writer Yanick Lahens, The Colour of Dawn, and Alison Lauppe Dunbar and her new Seren novel Dark Mermaids. Sponsored by Seren Press, Mulfran Press and Literature Wales.
+ Open mic. £2.50 (on the door)
The Drones Comedy Club
Fri 2 + Fri 16 Oct. Doors: 8.30pm. Start: 9pm Clint Edwards brings you the best from up–andcoming stand–ups, as seen on Rob Brydon’s ‘Identity Crisis’, every first and third Friday of the month. One of The Big Issue’s ‘Top Ten Things to Do in Cardiff.’ £3.50 (on the door)
Cardiff Storytelling Circle Sun 4 Oct 8pm
Share and listen to a lovely collection of stories — all storytellers and listeners welcome! £4 (on the door)
South Wales Decorative and Fine Arts Society Lecture
Thu 8 Oct 2pm Peter Medhurst GRSM ARCM We Three Kings: Music, Art, Poetry and Legends Inspired by the Magi Only St Matthew’s Gospel mentions the Magi. Surrounded by ambiguity and approximation they brought gold, frankincense and myrrh to Christ. We examine the impact on the culture of later generations and also the substantial body of music, poetry and art inspired by the Magi. Visitors £6 (on the door, space permitting) www.swdfas.org
Sun 11 Oct 10am — 4.30pm
A chance to enjoy a voice workshop with the internationally renowned founder of the Natural Voice Network. To book a place email Meg Ward at email@example.com or phone 07597155436. £40/£30 Deposit: £10 www.naturalvoice.net
Root of the Tudor Rose by Mari Griffith Wed 14 Oct 7.30pm
So you think you know all about the Tudors? Henry VIII? Ann Boleyn? Everyone knows about them, don’t they? Well, it might surprise you to know that the man who gave his name to the most famous dynasty in English history was actually a Welshman. He was Owain ap Maredydd ap Tudur. Not a lot of people know that. In conversation with Jon Gower, Mari Griffith explains why she was passionate about setting the historical record straight in her novel Root of the Tudor Rose. There’ll be an opportunity to buy a copy of the book which is already an Amazon Top Ten best-seller. Please note that this event is for an invited audience but, if you would like to attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Jazz Sun 18 Oct 9pm
Our monthly evening of melodic acoustic jazz in the Caffi Bar with the Chapter Four Jazz Quartet, featuring Glen Manby, Jim Barber, Don Sweeney and Greg Evans. FREE
Clonc yn y Cwtch Every Monday 6.30 — 8pm
Are you learning Cymraeg? Come and join us for a great chance to practice your Welsh with other learners. Croeso i bawb! FREE In partnership with Menter Caerdydd and Cardiff University.
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A Walk in the Woods
Fri 25 Sep — Thu 8 Oct
Fri 2 — Thu 8 Oct
USA/2015/104mins/15. Dir: Ken Kwapis. With: Robert Redford, Nick Nolte, Emma Thompson.
Italy/2015/106mins/subtitles/15. Dir: Nanni Moretti. With: Marghertia Buy, John Tuturro.
Celebrated travel writer, Bill Bryson has moved back to the US and challenges himself to hike the Appalachian Trail and the only person he can find willing to join him is his freewheeling friend Katz, who sees the trip as a way of avoiding real life. The two men have a very different trip in mind, Bill searching for peace and tranquillity, Katz wanting an adventure. They’re about to find out that when you push yourself to the edge, the real fun begins.
Film director Margherita is struggling with the egotistical American star of her latest feature, a growing estrangement from her teenage daughter and the rapidly decreasing health of her mother. This witty, eloquent self-reflexive film explores aging and gender roles in filmmaking.
Bad Film Club
From L to R: A Walk in the Woods, Mia Madre
Fri 25 Sep — Thu 8 Oct USA/2015/98mins/12A. Dir: Woody Allen. With: Joaquin Phoenix, Emma Stone, Parker Posey.
When a burned-out, brilliant professor takes a job at a small college, everyone there is abuzz. He becomes involved with a teacher as well as a precocious student, but it takes a dramatic, existential dark act to turn his life around and make him see the world from a much rosier and more positive perspective. Audio descriptions and soft subtitles available, please see the calendar for details. + Join us for a post-screening presentation, discussion and debate on Thu 8 Oct with Tinted Lens, a new collaboration between Chapter, Cardiff University and the BFI.
If you like the sound of Mia Madre turn to page 26 for details of our Italian Film Festival.
Bula Quo Sun 4 Oct UK/2013/90mins/PG. Dir: Stuart St. Paul. With: Rick Parfitt, Francis Rossi, Jon Lovitz.
Just what happens when two aging guitar rockers witness a brutal gang murder whist wandering around Fiji? Now what if they fled with some crucial evidence? Now what if we told you that the aging rockers were Status Quo and this was their attempt at breaking into movies? Feel violated? You will do! Come and see what The Guardian said was, “maybe one of the worst films ever made... SCHINDLER’S LIST it is not.” Please note there is a live commentary during this movie. Please check on the night as movies are subject to change.
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Cinephonic is our regular selection of music films. This eclectic mix includes films that are either directly about music and musicians or bolstered by a wonderful score.
Orion: The Man Who Would Be King
Straight Outta Compton
UK/2014/87mins/12A. Dir: Jeanie Finlay.
In the mid-1980s, the streets of Compton, California were some of the most dangerous in the country. When five young men translated their experiences into brutally honest music that rebelled against abusive authority, they gave an explosive voice to a silenced generation. Following the meteoric rise and fall of N.W.A., this is the astonishing story of a revolution in music and pop culture forever.
Fri 25 Sep — Thu 1 Oct
This is the story of Jimmy Ellis — an unknown singer plucked from obscurity, and thrust into the spotlight as part of a crazy scheme that had him masquerade as Elvis back from the grave. With an outlandish fictional identity, the backing of the legendary birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll, Sun Records, and a voice that seemed to be the very twin of Presley’s, the scheme — concocted in the months after Presley’s death — exploded into a cult success and the “Elvis is alive” myth was begun. + Join us for a Q&A with director Jeanie Finlay on Sun 27 Sep.
The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead Fri 25 Sep — Thu 1 Oct
USA/2015/90mins/15. Dir: Wes Orshoski. With: Chrissie Hynde, Mick Jones, Lemmy.
The story of the long-ignored pioneers of punk: The Damned, the first U.K. punks on wax and the first to cross the Atlantic. Charting the band’s complex history and infighting, with some estranged members striking out on their own, while others battle cancer. + Visit our YouTube channel (http://bit.ly/chapdamn) to watch the Q&A with Paul Gray, Bryn Merrick, Rick Rogers and director Wes Orshoski, hosted by S Mark Gubb, here at Chapter this summer.
Fri 16 — Thu 22 Oct
USA/2015/147mins/15. Dir: F. Gary Gray. With: O’Shea Jackson Jr., Corey Hawkins, Jason Mitchell, Paul Giamatti.
Soft subtitles available, please see the calendar for details.
The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson Fri 16 — Thu 22 Oct
UK/2015/91mins/15. Dir: Julien Temple.
The extraordinary story of legendary musician Wilko Johnson who, diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and given a few months to live, accepted his fate and embarked on a farewell tour. But like every good story Wilko’s has a twist in its tail. Two years later, confounding the odds, Wilko is still alive. An uplifting tale, confronting our worst nightmares of impending death and turning them upside down. + Listen to the Q&A with director Julien Temple, hosted here at Chapter this summer: soundcloud.com/chapternoise.
Straight Outta Compton
They Will Have To Kill Us First
Clockwise from top: Orion: The Man Who Would Be King, Legend, They Will Have To Kill Us First
Fri 30 Oct — Thu 5 Nov
UK/2015/105mins/ctba. Dir: Johanna Schwartz.
In 2012 Islamic extremists took over Northern Mali imposing harsh sharia law and banning all music. In Mali, music is the fabric of society, its lifeblood, and many of the most revered citizens are musicians. This story follows the country’s musical superstars as they fight to get their country, livelihoods and freedom back.
“They want to ban music? They’ll have to kill us first” Disco Walet Oumar
Fri 2 — Thu 8 Oct UK/2015/131mins/18. Dir: Brian Helgeland. With: Tom Hardy, David Thewlis, Paul Bettany, Emily Browning.
The rise and fall of London’s most notorious gangsters, Reggie and Ron Kray, both portrayed by Tom Hardy in an incredible performance. A look at the secret history of London in the 1960s and the extraordinary events that secured the infamy of the Kray Twins. Audio descriptions and soft subtitles available, please see the calendar for details.
Life Fri 9 — Thu 15 Oct Canada/2015/111mins/15. Dir: Anton Corbijn. With: Dane DeHaan, Robert Pattinson, Ben Kingsley.
Dennis Stock is a photographer for Life magazine, dreaming of becoming an artist. He meets the rising star James Dean and is immediately fascinated, following him around to jazz haunts and eventually to Dean’s humble home in Indiana. A meditative look at the magnetic p ull and burden of celebrity. Soft subtitles available, please see the calendar for details.
BAFTA Cymru presents Wed 14 Oct
Our regular screening of the best in contemporary and archive Welsh film. www.bafta.org/wales
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Iris Prize Festival
As the eyes of the world focus on the 2015 Rugby World Cup, the Iris Prize Festival is delighted to open this year’s festival with Scrum, a powerful documentary which is about more than just rugby. The festival is happening all over Cardiff from Wed 7 — Sun 11 October. For more details see www.irisprize.org.
Sat 10 Oct 10.30am:
Iris Prize Shorts: Programme 5 Various countries/2015/81mins/15.
How to Win at Checkers (Every Time) Thailand/2015/80mins/ctba. Dir: Josh Kim. With: Toni Rakkaen, Ingkarat Damrongsakkul, Thira Chutikul.
After the loss of both parents, eleven year old Oat faces an uncertain future when his older brother must submit to Thailand’s annual military draft lottery. Unable to convince his brother to do whatever he can to change his fate, Oat takes matters into his own hands resulting in unexpected consequences.
The Summer of Sangaile Lithuania/2015/88mins/ctba. Dir: Alanté Kavaïté. With: Julija Steponaityte, Aiste Dirziute, Laurynas Jurgelis.
Seventeen year old Sangaile is fascinated by stunt planes. When she meets Auste, a girl her own age, at a summer aeronautical show she finds someone who understands her. Shot to make the most of the stunning scenery and with some truly dramatic aerial photography and two engaging central performances, the exhilarating atmosphere of long, lazy summers and first love delicately and beautifully unfolds. Winner of the World Cinema Directing Award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival
Iris Prize Shorts: Programme 6 Various countries/2015/78mins/15.
Love in the Time of Civil War
Canada/2015/120mins/ctba. Dir: Rodrigue Jean. With: Ana Cristina Alva, Catherine-Audrey Lachapelle, Alexandre Landry.
Australia/2015/56mins/ctba. Dir: Poppy Stockell. With: Aki Mizutani, Brennan Bastyovansky, Charlie Winn, Pearse Egan.
Alex is a young addict who has to sell his body in Montreal. He’s flanked by friends, lovers and clients, all of them caught in the same spiral of compulsion. Hostage to society’s market logic, they are the fallen angels of a dark and violent time. Unapologetic and difficult to watch, this is disturbing cinema which also makes for compelling and sympathetic viewing.
A Canadian jock, an overweight Irish backpacker and a stoic Japanese outsider united by their love of rugby come together under a determined Australian coach to vie for a position in the 2014 Bingham Cup — the gay rugby world cup.
“Scrum is an absorbing, honest and emotionally potent story of human connection” 4.3
Iris Prize Shorts: Programme 7
The Smell of Us France/2014/92mins/ctba. Dir: Larry Clark. With: Lukas Ionesco, Diane Rouxel, Théo Cholbi.
Images: Clockwise from top left: How to Win at Checkers (Every Time), The Smell of Us, Scrum, Tomgirl (Iris Shorts), The Summer of Sangaile
Oversexed Parisian teenagers create havoc. Privileged and bored, the cast of beautiful young people, when not skateboarding the streets of Paris, are selling themselves for sex. Some of the sessions are filmed. The old man we see in a comatose state at the beginning of the film is none other than the director — almost 20 years since he stunned the world with his masterful debut ‘Kids’.
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From top: Macbeth, NT Live: Hamlet
The 2015 Jarman Award Touring Programme
STAGE ON SCREEN
Tue 13 Oct UK/2015/90mins/adv15.
See the films by UK artists breaking boundaries in moving image. Fall into genre-bending documentaries and lyrical time-travelling tapestries on the big screen with the latest works from the six shortlisted artists for this year’s Jarman Award — Adam Chodzko, Seamus Harahan, Gail Pickering, Alia Syed, Bedwyr Williams and Andrea Luka Zimmerman. + Q&A with Andrea Luka Zimmerman. www.filmlondon.org.uk/jarmanaward @FL_FLAMIN #JarmanAward
Chapter Moviemaker Mon 5 Oct A regular showcase for short films by independent filmmakers. To enquire about screening your film or for any other information email email@example.com. Occasionally films with adult content will be shown, therefore Chapter Moviemaker is advised 18.
Macbeth Fri 16 — Thu 29 Oct UK/2015/113mins/15. Dir: Justin Kurzel. With: Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, David Thewlis, Paddy Constantine.
Macbeth, a duke of Scotland and fearless warrior, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become king. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders his king and takes the throne for himself, but he cannot escape his fate. A thrilling and visceral retelling of one of history and literature’s most compelling characters. + Join us for an introduction from Dr Ceri Sullivan, School of English, Communication and Philosophy at Cardiff University on Thu 22 Oct.
NT Live: Hamlet Thu 15 Oct (SOLD OUT) Encore: Mon 26 Oct UK/2015/240mins/12A. Dir: Lyndsey Turner. With: Benedict Cumberbatch.
As a country arms itself for war, a family tears itself apart. Forced to avenge his father’s death but paralysed by the task ahead, Hamlet rages against the impossibility of his predicament, threatening both his sanity and the security of the state.
RSC Live: The Famous Victories of Henry V Wed 21 Oct UK/2015/90mins/PG. Dir: Owen Horsley.
Henry IV is dead and Hal is King. With England in a state of unrest, he must leave his rebellious youth behind, striving to gain the respect of his nobility and people. Laying claim to parts of France and following an insult from the French Dauphin, Henry gathers his troops and prepares for a war that he hopes will unite his country.
From L to R: Misery Loves Comedy, Everest
Sometimes real life is as peculiar and captivating as a Hollywood film. Real to Reel is our regular documentary strand featuring films that bring fascinating real events and people to the big screen.
Fri 9 — Thu 15 Oct
Fri 9 — Thu 22 Oct
Russia/2014/84mins/subtitles/15. Dir: Gabe Polsky.
USA/2014/121mins/12A. Dir: Baltasar Kormákur. With: Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin, Keira Knightley.
This is the extraordinary story of the Soviet Union’s phenomenally successful ice hockey team and their intense, politically symbolic rivalry with the USA. Team captain Slava Fetisov was transformed from national hero to political enemy, and back again as the sport mirrored the social and cultural movements of the time. An expansive, immersive film giving a vivid insight into the vast cultural shifts experienced by Russians moving from the Soviet era to the present day.
Misery Loves Comedy Fri 23 - Thu 29 Oct USA/2015/94mins/ctba. Dir: Kevin Pollak. With: Jimmy Fallon, Amy Schumer, Judd Apatow, Larry David.
Over fifty very famous funny people (filmmakers, writers, actors and comedians) share life and professional journeys and candid insights, in an effort to shed light on the thesis: Do you have to be miserable to be funny?
Inspired by the events surrounding an attempt to reach the summit of the world’s highest mountain in 1996, this is the journey of two different expeditions challenged beyond their limits by one of the fiercest snowstorms ever encountered by mankind. Their mettle tested by the harshest elements found on the planet, the climbers will face nearly impossible obstacles as a lifelong obsession becomes a breathtaking struggle for survival. Audio descriptions and soft subtitles available, please see the calendar for details.
The Epic of Everest Fri 9 - Sun 18 Oct UK/1924/82mins/U. Dir: J. B. L. Noel. With: Andrew Irvine, George Mallory.
In Captain John Noel’s official film record of the third attempt to climb Mt. Everest, we follow the ill-fated British climbers George Mallory and Andrew Irvine. The tragic end to the expedition — when Mallory and Irvine disappeared — continues to be the subject of debate and remains a mystery. This stunning BFI digital restoration of the film by Noel is released with a newly commissioned soundtrack by Simon Fisher Turner.
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Italian Film Festival Sat 17 Oct The first ever Italian Film Festival Cardiff (IFFC) will give a dynamic and diverse portrait of Italy, its contemporary society and contradictions and takes place in Cardiff and Penarth. www.iccw.wales
Children’s Italian Workshop
Il Giovane Favoloso (Leopardi)
A 50-minute workshop on the Italian language open to ages from 5 years and above, using the Montessori method of teaching. Hosted by Cardiff University Italian Cultural Centre and inspired by the themes of myth and hope found in the family film It Will Be a Country.
Italy/2014/143mins/subtitles/ctba. Dir: Mario Martone. With: Elio Germano, Michele Riondino, Massimo Popolizio.
Free but ticketed, please contact Box Office for details.
Sara’ Un Paese (It Will Be a Country) Italy/2014/77mins/subtitles/ctba. Dir: Nicola Campiotti. With: Sista Bramini, Nicola Campiotti, Gianluca Foresi.
Nicola, a thirty-something uncertain about the future, and his younger brother Elia, undertake a journey through Italy. Taking in faces and places, painful realities and historic memories, the road becomes a path of learning and the imaginary. Inspired by the mythical Pheonician hero, Cadmus, who introduced the alphabet, this is a film on the border between documentary and fiction, describing the hopes of the country that will be.
Hailed as the finest Italian writer since Dante, this is the story of the short but fruitful life of poet and philosopher Giacomo Leopardi. Of noble birth, Giacomo studies in the rich library of his father’s palace in nineteenth century Rencati. However, he possesses an inquisitive, restless spirit at odds with his family’s expectations of shoring up the family’s fortunes. Giacomo reflects on the human experience whilst travelling and falling in love. Winner of Best Actor at Venice Film Festival 2014
Le Cose Belle (The Beautiful Things) Italy/2013/88mins/subtitles/ctba. Dir: Agostino Ferrente, Giovanni Piperno. With: Fabio Rippa, Adele Serra, Silvana Sorbetti.
In 1999 Fabio, Enzo, Adele and Silvana were interviewed, giving an insight into the burden of becoming adults with the teen angst of ingenuity, cynicism, fear and humour, dreaming of the “beautiful things” that awaited them. Ten years later the filmmakers returned and over three years looked at how those expectations had been fulfilled or changed, sometimes swimming against the current and sometimes letting themselves go. + Join us for a satellite Q&A with director Agostino Ferrente.
italian film festival cardiff 10 & 16-17 october 2015
Il Giovane Favoloso (Leopardi)
Fri 23 - Thu 29 Oct
Fri 30 Oct - Thu 5 Nov
Wales/2015/84mins/15. Dir: Craig Roberts. With: Craig Roberts, Emile Hirsch, Richard Harrington, Mark Lewis Jones.
UK/2015/118mins/15. Dir: Yorgos Lanthimos. With: Colin Farrell, Léa Seydoux, Rachel Weisz, John C. Reilly, Olivia Coleman.
Jim is stuck in a small town where nothing exciting ever happens, until Dean, a mysterious American and the coolest guy Jim’s ever met, moves in to the house next door. They quickly strike up a friendship, giving Jim his much-desired charisma, but is Dean all that he seems? This is an assured, dark and idiosyncratic debut comedy from actor / director Roberts.
A love story set in the near future where single people, according to the rules of The City, are arrested and transferred to The Hotel. There they are obliged to find a matching mate in forty-five days, with additional days won by capturing The Loners who live in The Woods. If they fail, they are transformed into an animal of their choosing and released into The Woods. A Man arrives with his brother (in the form of a dog) to negotiate this dangerous dating scene.
99 Homes Fri 23 - Thu 29 Oct USA/2014/112mins/15. Dir: Ramin Bahrani. With: Andrew Garfield, Michael Shannon, Laura Dern.
Set amidst the backdrop of the 2008 housing market crisis, Dennis Nash, a hard-working and honest man, can’t save his family home despite his best efforts. Thrown to the streets with alarming precision by real estate shark Mike Carver, Dennis is given a unique opportunity to join Carver’s crew and put others through the same harrowing ordeal he has suffered in order to earn back what is his. An acutely observed and complex portrait of the seedy underbelly of the American dream.
Suffragette Fri 30 Oct - Thu 5 Nov UK/2015/106mins/12A. Dir: Sarah Gavron. With: Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham-Carter, Brendan Gleeson, Meryl Streep.
Maud, a working wife and mother, finds her life changed forever when she is recruited to join the UK’s suffragette movement. Galvanised by Emmeline Pankhurst she joins the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement, women from all walks of life forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse with an increasingly brutal State. Inspired by true events, this moving drama explores the passion and heartbreak of those who risked all they had for women’s right to vote. Audio descriptions and soft subtitles available, please see the calendar for details.
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TAINTED LOVE SEASON This autumn we’re bringing you films to fall in love with and films to break your heart. The magic act of falling in love can move mountains, but when things go wrong dizzying emotions can tear the world apart. Part of BFI LOVE, in partnership with Plusnet bfi.org.uk/love.
Cadw + Chapter Pop Up Screenings Castell Coch: Fri 9 + Sat 10 Oct Caerphilly Castle: Fri 20 + Sat 21 Nov Join us in truly extraordinary settings as we head off to Castell Coch and Caerphilly Castle to continue our programme of site-specific screenings. There may be some warmth to be had in the twisted and tangled stories screened and the musical interventions by Welsh National Opera but that won’t be enough to stave off the winter chill of these all-but outdoor screenings so please dress warmly. Tickets are £15/£12 for 8pm screenings and £10/£8 for 5pm screenings and are available from our website www.chapter.org or from our Box Office 029 2030 4400.
Beauty and the Beast
USA/1991/84mins/U. Dir: Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise. With: Paige O’Hara, Robby Benson.
UK/2008/98mins/PG. Dir: Rob Reiner. With Robin Wright, Cary Elwes, Peter Falk, Mandy Patinkin, Andre the Giant.
The spirited village girl Belle enters the Beast’s castle after he imprisons her father Maurice. With the help of his enchanted servants, including the matronly Mrs Potts, Belle begins to draw the cold-hearted Beast out of his isolation.
A beautiful young woman is captured by an arrogant prince to be his bride, but her heart belongs to her one true love who must battle the evils of the mythical kingdom of Florin to find her. A delightful fairy tale adventure, with an intelligent mix of swashbuckling, romance and comedy.
Castell Coch: Fri 9 Oct 5pm Caerphilly Castle: Fri 20 Nov 5pm
Castell Coch: Sat 10 Oct 5pm Caerphilly Castle: Sat 21 Nov 5pm USA/2013/102mins/PG. Dir: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee. With: Kristen Bell, Josh Gad.
Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter. + With a singalong warm up provided by Welsh National Opera.
Castell Coch: Fri 9 Oct 8pm Caerphilly Castle: Fri 20 Nov 8pm
Phantom of the Opera Castell Coch: Sat 10 Oct 8pm Caerphilly Castle: Sat 21 Nov 8pm
USA/1925/93mins/PG. Dir: Rupert Julian. With: Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin, Norman Kerry.
A crazed masked man living in the catacombs beneath the Paris Opera falls in love with the voice of a young opera singer. Infatuated, he kidnaps her, dragging her to the depths below where she will sing only for him. A classic silent horror masterpiece. + With a live score performed by Steepways Sound Collective and pre-event musical intervention by Welsh National Opera.
Castell Coch: Setting for Cadw + Chapter Pop Up Screenings. Image: Jon Pountney
Sun 25 + Tue 27 Oct Clockwise from top left: Rebecca, Blue Velvet, Notorious
USA/1986/115mins/18. Dir: David Lynch. With: Kyle MacLachlan, Isabella Rossellini, Dennis Hopper, Laura Dern.
Walking through a field near his home, Jeffrey Beaumont discovers a severed human ear, which he immediately takes to the police. Their disinterest sparks Jeff’s curiosity, and he is soon drawn into a dangerous drama that uncovers his own dark side, played out by lounge singer, Dorothy Vallens and the ether-addicted Frank Booth. A hallucinogenic thriller that probes beneath the cheerful surface of suburban America.
Sun 4 + Tue 6 Oct UK/1940/130mins/PG. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. With: Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders, Judith Anderson.
The second Mrs. de Winter is a shy and naive young woman, besotted with charming and urbane Maxim de Winter. After a speedy wedding they return to Maxim’s vast English estate, Manderly. There the new Mrs de Winter is introduced to an army of servants who all adored Rebecca, Max’s first wife, whose death is shrouded in mystery. As the servants become more hostile, the second wife grows fearful, until she eventually learns the secret of what really happened to Rebecca.
Sun 11 + Tue 13 Oct USA/1946/101mins/U. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. With: Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains.
American Federal agent Devlin headhunts Alicia, the beautiful and notorious daughter of a Nazi spy to be the honeytrap for intelligence on Sebastian, a Nazi hiding out in Brazil. Alicia is torn between her love for the cold, cruel Devlin and her sweet husband whose political leanings are repugnant. Revelling in the moral contradictions, this is a Hitchcock classic of love and betrayal.
Mon 19 Oct
USA/1960/109mins/15. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. With: Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles.
One afternoon Marion Crane is given the office takings to bank and on impulse she leaves town with the money. On the road she decides to stop for the night at the Bates Motel, where she finds nervous but personable innkeeper Norman Bates. + Join us for an introduction from Chapter 13 as we consider the things we’ll do for love and family.
Sun 18 + Tue 20 Oct USA/1958/123mins/PG. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. With: James Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes.
Retired private investigator Scottie Ferguson is lured into helping his old college friend, Gavin Elster. Elster’s wife Madeline has become obsessed with a tragic and beautiful long-dead relative and he fears she is possessed by her spirit. Scottie begins to fall in love with her, and she appears to feel the same way. Here tragedy strikes, and each twist changes our preconceptions about the characters and events. Voted the Greatest Film of All Time by the prestigious Sight and Sound poll in 2012
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From top: Corpse Bride, Mad Love
Abertoir Horror Film Festival Halloween Takeover!
Sat 31 Oct Welcoming the dark, twisted world of Abertoir, Walesâ€™ International Horror Festival, who are here slicing up their prime cuts to show the horrors of love for Halloween night. No tricks, but plenty of treats in store! www.abertoir.co.uk Tickets can be purchased individually or you can come for the whole night for just ÂŁ20.
USA/2005/74mins/PG. Dir: Tim Burton. With: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Emily Watson.
USA/1935/68mins/ctba. Dir: Karl Freund. With: Peter Lorre, Colin Clive, Frances Drake.
When a shy groom practices his wedding vows in the inadvertent presence of a deceased young woman, she rises from the grave assuming he has married her.
Dr Gogol, a brilliant surgeon, is in love with happily married Yvonne, wife of concert pianist Stephen Orlac. When Orlac loses his hands in a train accident, Yvonne pleads with Gogol to save her husband. Gogol does so, but by grafting on the hands of a recently executed murderer. Orlac suddenly finds that he has developed a peculiar talent for throwing knives and a bad habit of attempting to win arguments by throttling his opponents.
UK/2015/98mins/adv18. Dir: Ben Blaine, Chris Blaine.
UK/1987/89mins/18. Dir: Clive Barker. With: Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins, Ashley Laurence.
Nina Forever Holly is in love with Rob. Rob can’t get over the death of his girlfriend Nina. And an angry Nina won’t let her corpse stand in the way of their relationship…. A darkly compelling and twisted British film about the lengths a woman will go to in order to keep her lover! + Chapter 13 introduction by artist and film-maker Ben Ewart Dean
Bad Film Club Halloween Shocker!
Jaws the Revenge USA/1987/90mins/12. Dir: Joseph Sargent. With: Michael Caine, Lorraine Gary.
What better way of celebrating the Tainted Love Halloween film spectacular than with a movie about a giant killer shark? Jaws the Revenge may not seem like a love story but, after watching it with the help of The Bad Film Club, you won’t ever see it as anything else. Rubber sharks, wooden acting and Michael Caine dancing are just a few things that are more frightening than going back into the water. Please note there is a live commentary during this movie. Please check on the night as movies are subject to change.
Hellraiser An exotic puzzle box serves as the gateway to a nightmarish world in the directorial debut of popular horror author Clive Barker. Attracted by the legend that the box holds the secret to ultimate pleasure, sexual experimenter Frank unlocks the device and falls victim to the Cenobite demons. Years later, Frank’s brother and his family move into the house and awaken his desire and he seeks out his brother’s wife who used to be his lover.
Yakuza Apocalypse Japan/2015/115mins/subtitles/adv18. Dir: Takashi Miike. With: Yayan Ruhian, Rirî Furankî, Pierre Taki.
Yakuza boss Kamiura is rumoured to be invincible the truth is he is a bloodsucking vampire boss! Kageyama, his most loyal underling, is viewed by the others in the gang with disdain. Assassins, aware of boss Kamiura’s secret, deliver him an ultimatum: return to the international syndicate he left years ago, or die. Kamiura refuses and is torn limb from limb. With his dying breath, Kamiura passes on his vampire powers to Kageyama. As he begins to awaken to his newfound abilities, Kageyama’s desire to avenge the murder of boss Kamiura sets him on a course for a violent confrontation.
A selection of fabulous, family–friendly films every Saturday and Sunday at 11am and 3pm. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Please contact us for details of our Supportive Environment Screenings for families.
Sat 3 + Sun 4 Oct Supportive Environment screening: Sun 4 Oct USA/2015/99mins/U. Dir: Gary Rydstrom. With: Alan Cumming, Evan Rachel Wood, Elijah Kelley.
Sunny the elf is tasked with acquiring primrose petals for a magic love potion from the Sugar Plum Fairy, who is being held captive in the Dark Forest. Whilst there he encounters Marianne, a feisty princess whose heart has been broken. Audio descriptions and soft subtitles available, please see the calendar for details. * see below for details of our Supportive Environment Screenings.
Song of the Sea Sat 10 + Sun 11 Oct
Ireland/2015/94mins/PG. Dir: Tomm Moore. With: David Rawle, Brendan Gleeson, Lisa Hannigan.
Saoirse, a little girl who can turn into a seal, goes on an adventure with her brother to save the spirit world and other magical beings like her.
Sat 17 + Sun 18 Oct USA/2015/94mins/U. Dir: Pete Docter, Ronaldo Del Carmen. With: Amy Poehler, Bill Hader.
After young Riley is uprooted from her Midwest life and moved to San Francisco, her emotions — Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness — conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house and school.
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Hotel Transylvania 2 Fri 23 Oct– Sun 1 Nov
USA/2015/89mins/U. Dir: Genndy Tartakovsky. With: Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Nick Offerman.
Dracula is now a grandad as Mavis and Jonathan welcome their own little monster into the family. Mavis is still torn between Transylvania and California, so Drac needs to teach his grandson the ways of the family before it’s too late.
Corpse Bride Sat 31 Oct
USA/2005/77mins/PG. Dir: Tim Burton. With: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Emily Watson
When a shy groom practices his wedding vows in the inadvertent presence of a deceased young woman, she rises from the grave assuming he has married her.
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.
Audio descriptions and soft subtitles available, please see the calendar for details. Supportive Environment Screenings are for children and adults on the autism spectrum or with learning disabilities, and their families, friends and carers. During these screenings low level lights are left on in the auditorium and the volume of the soundtrack is reduced. There are no adverts or trailers before the film and visitors are free to get up and move around the cinema.
Hotel Transylvania 2
Animation and Autism
From Sun 27 Sep
Wednesdays from Wed 23 Sep 5.15–6.45pm
Creative workshops for youngsters who are keen to get sewing. The classes encourage kids to upcycle, think creatively and come away with handmade goodies every Sunday. Girls and boys welcome!
This autumn we’ll be running two 5-week animation courses for young people on the Autistic spectrum and those with special educational needs. These 90-minute sessions allow the young people taking part to increase social confidence and to develop new or existing animation skills in a supportive, creative environment. Each session can stand alone or be part of a larger scheme of work, as an individual learning programme can be tailored for each participant. Places are limited to 8 participants each week.
Beginners Class (Age 8 — 12) Sun 27 Sep 1.30–3pm Every Sunday for 10 weeks The course will teach basic skills from measuring and cutting fabric, sewing buttons and shapes to using a variety of fun stitches. All materials included. £50 for 10 weeks or £6 per session (subject to spaces available, places limited to 8 children).
Intermediate Class (Age 8 — 14) Sun 27 Sep 3.30–5pm Every Sunday for 10 weeks This term the course will focus on learning some new techniques, using our gallery and cinema programme as inspiration to create some fab pieces. All materials included. £50 for 10 weeks or £6 per session (subject to spaces available, places limited to 10 children).
Course 1 Wednesdays: 23 Sep, 30 Sep, 7 Oct, 14 Oct, 21 Oct. 5.15–6.45pm
Course 2 Wednesdays: 4 Nov, 11 Nov, 18 Nov, 25 Nov, 2 Dec. 5.15–6.45pm To book a place on any of our courses, please contact our Box Office on 029 2030 4400.
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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–Sun 10.00am — 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 Friends 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 Some of our titles are available with Audio Description and Soft Subtitling but the information is not always available when we go to print. Please see our website for details or call our Box Office on the week of release. We ask all our audience members to refrain from eating and drinking in the cinema auditoria, except for bottles of water.
Associated Companies and Artists Chapter is home to theatre companies, dance companies, animation studios, printmakers, potters, graphic designers, motion designers, composers, filmmakers, magazine publishers, many individual, independent artists and more. Head to www.chapter.org for more details.
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Cinema 1 / Sinema 1 Cinema 2 / Sinema 2
Theatre / Theatr
The Drones Comedy Club p17 ChapterLive p8
Oktoberfest p8 The Drones Comedy Club p17 ChapterLive p8
5.00-12.30 8.30 9.00
Oktoberfest p8 5.00-11.00 Animation and Autism p33 5.15-6.45 Book Launch: Root of the Tudor… p17 7.30 Oktoberfest p8 5.00-11.00
Make the Most of your Voice p17 10.00-4.30 Cardiff Sewcial: Beginners p33 1.30-3.00 Cardiff Sewcial: Intermediate p33 3.30-5.00 Clonc yn y Cwtch p17 6.30-8.00
Talk at 2 p6 Offsite at Castell Coch: Frozen Singalong (PG) p28 Phantom of the Opera (PG) p28
3.00-8.00 5.15-6.45 2.00
Pop up Produce p8 Animation and Autism p33 SWDFAS p17 Offsite at Castell Coch: Beauty and the Beast (U) p28 Princess Bride (PG) p28
Clonc yn y Cwtch p17
Cardiff Sewcial: Beginners p33 1.30-3.00 Cardiff Sewcial: Intermediate p33 3.30-5.00 Cardiff Storytelling Circle p17 8.00
First Thursday of the Monthp17
Gallery / Oriel Events / Digwyddiadau
Thu 1 Irrational Man (12A) p19 6.20 Irrational Man (12A) p19 10.30 The Drowned Girl p11 8.00 Iau A Walk in the Woods (15) p19 8.35 The Damned: Don’t You Wish… (adv18) p20 2.30 + 6.10 Orion (12A) p20 8.15 Fri 2 Carry on Screaming: Irrational Man (12A) p19 11.00 Irrational Man (12A) p19 6.15 CubAfrobeat p15 7.30 Gwe Irrational Man (12A) p19 2.30 Mia Madre (15) p19 8.20 The Drowned Girl p11 8.00 Legend (18) p21 5.45 A Walk in the Woods (15) p19 8.30 Sat 3 Strange Magic (U) p32 11.00 + 3.00 Mia Madre (15) p19 6.10 Burning Shed p15 7.00 Sad A Walk in the Woods (15) p19 6.00 Irrational Man (12A) p19 8.30 The Drowned Girl p11 8.00 Legend (18) p21 8.20 Sun 4 Strange Magic (U) p32 11.00 + 3.00 SE Screening: Strange Magic (U) p32 11.30 Sul Legend (18) p21 5.45 Mia Madre (15) p19 2.30 A Walk in the Woods (15) p19 8.30 Rebecca (PG) p29 5.00 Bad Film Club: Bula Quo (PG) p19 8.00 Mon 5 A Walk in the Woods (15) p19 6.10 Chapter Moviemaker (adv18) p24 6.00 Llun Legend (18) p21 8.30 Mia Madre (15) p19 8.25 Tue 6 A Walk in the Woods (15) p19 10.30 + 6.00 Mia Madre (15) p19 6.10 Polari at Chapter p14 7.30 Maw Rebecca (PG) p29 2.30 Irrational Man (12A) p19 8.30 8.20 Legend (18) p21 Wed 7 Legend (18) p21 5.45 Mia Madre (15) p19 6.00 8.20 Mer A Walk in the Woods (15) p19 8.30 Irrational Man (12A) p19 Thu 8 A Walk in the Woods (15) p19 6.00 Irrational Man (12A) p19 10.30 + 6.10 Yuri (Welsh performance) p11 7.30 8.20 Mia Madre (15) p19 2.30 + 8.30 147 Questions About Love p12 8.30 Iau Legend (18) p21 Yuri (English performance) p11 9.00 Fri 9 Carry on Screaming: Song of the Sea (PG) p32 11.00 Red Army (15) p25 6.15 Yuri (English performance) p11 8.00 Gwe Everest (12A) p25 2.30 + 6.00 The Epic of Everest (U) p25 8.15 147 Questions About Love p12 8.30 Life (15) p21 8.30 Sat 10 Iris Prize Shorts: Programme 5 (15) p22 10.30 Song of the Sea (PG) p32 11.00 Yuri (Welsh performance) p11 2.00 Sad Iris: How to Win at Checkers… (ctba) p22 12.15 Iris: The Summer of Sangaile (ctba) p22 1.00 Yuri (English performance) p11 8.00 Iris Prize Shorts: Programme 6 (15) p22 2.15 Iris: Love in the Time of Civil War (ctba) p23 3.00 147 Questions About Love p12 8.30 Iris Prize Shorts: Programme 7 (15) p23 4.00 Iris: Scrum (ctba) p23 5.30 Iris: The Smell of Us (ctba) p23 6.00 Life (15) p21 7.30 Everest (12A) p25 8.30 2.15 Sun 11 Song of the Sea (PG) p32 11.00 + 3.00 Everest (12A) p25 Sul Everest (12A) p25 5.45 Notorious (U) p29 5.00 Life (15) p21 8.30 Red Army (15) p25 7.30 Mon 12 Life (15) p21 6.10 The Epic of Everest (U) p25 6.15 Yuri (Welsh performance) p11 8.00 Llun Everest (12A) p25 8.30 Red Army (15) p25 8.15 Tue 13 Life (15) p21 10.30 + 8.20 The 2015 Jarman Award Touring 6.00 Yuri (English performance) p11 8.00 Maw Notorious (U) p29 2.30 Programme (adv15) +Q&A p24 Everest (12A) p25 5.45 Red Army (15) p25 8.30 Wed 14 Red Army (15) p25 2.30 BAFTA presents: TBC p21 6.00 Yuri (Welsh performance) p11 8.00 Mer Life (15) p21 6.10 Red Army (15) p25 8.25 Everest (12A) p25 8.30 Thu 15 Red Army (15) p25 10.30 + 2.30 Life (15) p21 6.00 Yuri (English performance) p11 8.00 Iau NT Live: Hamlet(12A) p24 7.00 Everest (12A) p25 8.20 (BSL Interpreted performance) Fri 16 Carry on Screaming: Inside Out (U) p32 11.00 Straight Outta Compton (15) p20 5.30 Yuri (Welsh performance) p11 8.00 Gwe Macbeth (15) p24 2.30 + 6.00 The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson (15) p20 8.30 Everest (12A) p25 8.35
OCTOBER / HYDREF
Art in the Bar / Celfyddyd yn y Bar: Gwyn Williams: Chipwood and Choppers (p7) Fri 18 Sep — Sun 1 Nov / Gwe 18 Medi - Sul 1 Tachwedd
GEORGE BARBER: AKULA DREAM (p4–6) Thu 1 Oct 2015 — Sun 10 Jan 2016 / Iau 1 Hydref 2015 — Sul 10 Ionawr 2016
We ask all our audience members to refrain from eating and drinking in the cinema auditoria, except for bottles of water. Gofynnir i aelodau’r gynulleidfa beidio â bwyta nac yfed yn y sinema. Gallwch fynd â photeli o ddŵr i’r sinema gyda chi. AUDIO DESCRIPTION / Soft SubtitleS /
Nodwch os gwelwch yn dda y gall y ddarpariaeth o Ddisgrifiadau Sain neu Is-deitlau Meddal newid ar y fynud olaf. Ffoniwch ein Swyddfa Docynnau neu ewch i’n gwe-fan i gadarnhau yn ystod yr wythnos y caiff y ffilm ei rhyddhau.
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11.00 + 3.00 Italian Film Festival: Kids Workshop p26 2.30 Yuri (English performance) p11 2.00 Oktoberfest p8 12.00-12.00 Sat 17 Inside Out (U) p32 Sad Everest (12A) p25 6.00 Italian Film Festival: Sara’ Un Paese (ctba) p26 3.30 Yuri (Welsh performance) p11 8.00 Macbeth (15) p24 8.30 Italian Film Festival: Il Giovane…(ctba) p26 5.30 Italian Film Festival: Le Cose Belle(ctba) +Q&A p26 8.30 Sun 18 Inside Out (U) p32 11.00 + 3.00 The Epic of Everest (U) p25 2.45 Hola! p12 11.00 + 2.00 Cardiff Sewcial: Beginners p33 1.30-3.00 Sul Macbeth (15) p24 6.00 Vertigo (PG) p29 5.00 Cardiff Sewcial: Intermediate p33 3.30-5.00 8.35 Straight Outta Compton (15) p20 7.45 Sunday Jazz p17 9.00 Everest (12A) p25 Mon 19 Macbeth (15) p24 6.30 Psycho (15) + Chapter 13 p29 6.00 Clonc yn y Cwtch p17 6.30-8.00 Llun Everest (12A) p25 9.00 Straight Outta Compton (15) p20 8.20 Tue 20 Macbeth (15) p24 10.30 + 6.00 Straight Outta Compton (15) p20 5.45 Maw Vertigo (PG) p29 2.30 The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson (15) p20 8.45 Everest (12A) p25 8.35 Wed 21 Macbeth (15) p24 10.30 Everest (12A) p25 6.00 Parallel Lines p14 8.00 Animation and Autism p33 5.15-6.45 Mer Everest (12A) p25 2.30 Macbeth (15) p24 8.30 RSC Live: The Famous Victories… (PG) p24 7.00 Thu 22 Everest (12A) p25 10.30 + 8.35 Straight Outta Compton (15) p20 5.45 Parallel Lines p14 8.00 Food and Wine Evening p8 7.30 Iau The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson (15) p20 2.30 The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson (15) p20 8.45 Macbeth (15) + intro p24 6.00 Fri 23 Carry on Screaming: Everest (12A) p25 11.00 99 Homes (15) p27 2.30 Parallel Lines p14 8.00 Gwe Hotel Transylvania 2 (U) p32 3.00 Just Jim (15) p27 6.10 99 Homes (15) p27 6.00 Misery Loves Comedy (ctba) p25 8.15 Macbeth (15) p24 8.30 Sat 24 Hotel Transylvania 2 (U) p32 11.00 + 3.00 Misery Loves Comedy (ctba) p25 6.10 Parallel Lines p14 8.00 Talk at 2 p6 2.00 Sad Macbeth (15) p24 6.00 Just Jim (15) p27 8.15 99 Homes (15) p27 8.30 Sun 25 Hotel Transylvania 2 (U) p32 11.00 + 3.00 Macbeth (15) p24 2.30 Cardiff Sewcial: Beginners p33 1.30-3.00 Sul 99 Homes (15) p27 6.00 Blue Velvet (18) p29 5.00 Cardiff Sewcial: Intermediate p33 3.30-5.00 Macbeth (15) p24 8.30 Just Jim (15) p27 7.30 Mon 26 NT Encore: Hamlet (12A) p24 1.30 Just Jim (15) p27 6.00 Clonc yn y Cwtch p17 6.30-8.00 Llun Macbeth (15) p24 5.50 99 Homes (15) p27 8.00 Tue 27 Hotel Transylvania 2 (U) p32 11.00 Macbeth (15) p24 10.30 Stories from a Crowded Room p16 8.00 Maw Blue Velvet (18) p29 2.30 Misery Loves Comedy (ctba) p25 6.15 99 Homes (15) p27 6.00 Just Jim (15) p27 8.25 Macbeth (15) p24 8.30 Wed 28 Hotel Transylvania 2 (U) p32 11.00 Misery Loves Comedy (ctba) p25 10.30 + 8.20 Stories from a Crowded Room p16 8.00 Mer Just Jim (15) p27 2.30 Just Jim (15) p27 6.15 Macbeth (15) p24 6.00 99 Homes (15) p27 8.30 Thu 29 Hotel Transylvania 2 (U) p32 11.00 Just Jim (15) p27 10.30 + 8.25 My True North / 11.00 Maw Misery Loves Comedy (ctba) p25 2.30 Misery Loves Comedy (ctba) p25 6.15 No Man is an Island p13 99 Homes (15) p27 6.00 Tetris p13 3.00 Macbeth (15) p24 8.30 Stories from a Crowded Room p16 8.00 Fri 30 The Lobster (15) p27 6.00 Carry on Screaming: Suffragette (12A) p27 11.00 Tetris p13 11.00 Gwe Suffragette (12A) p27 8.30 Hotel Transylvania 2 (U) p32 3.00 My True North 3.00 6.10 / No Man is an Island p13 Suffragette (12A) p27 They Will Have to Kill Us First (ctba) p21 8.35 Stories from… p16 6.00 + 8.30 Sat 31 Hotel Transylvania 2 (U) p32 11.00 Abertoir: Mad Love (ctba) p30 3.30 Stories from… p16 6.00 + 8.30 Sad Corpse Bride (PG) p32 3.00 Abertoir: Nina Forever (adv18) + Intro p31 5.00 NewsoundWales Present: 7.30 Suffragette (12A) p27 6.00 Bad Film Club: Jaws the Revenge (12 p31 7.15 Siôn Russell Jones + support p15 The Lobster (15) p27 8.30 Abertoir: Hellraiser (18) p31 9.30 Abertoir: Yakuza Apocalypse (adv18) p31 11.30