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Cinema Fri 22 June - Thu 2 Aug 2018

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Welcome to our Friday 22 June - Thursday 2 August cinema guide. Ticket Prices* Film £6.50 Full Price £5.50 Concessions £4.50 Under 18’s Stage on Screen £13.50 Full Price £12.50 Concessions £10 Champsions *Unless otherwise stated The Dukes, Moor Lane, Lancaster, LA1 1QE Box Office 01524 598500 I Getting Here For travel and access information visit: Film Certification and Content Information about film ratings and content can be found at:

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11am screenings with free tea or coffee and a pastry included with your ticket. Screenings: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (Thursday 28 June), The Happy Prince (Monday 9 July), The Bookshop (Wednesday 18 July), Swimming With Men (Tuesday 31 July) & Mary Shelley (Thursday 2 August).


Are you looking for at trip out at the cinema with your baby? With the lights slightly up and the sound slightly down, these screenings are a great way to enjoy a film on the big screen with your baby in a comfortable environment. Screenings: Solo: A Star Wars story (Wednesday 27 June) & Ocean’s 8 (Thursday 26 July) & Swimming With Men (Wednesday 1 August).



Dir: François Ozon 2018 France 110mins Subtitles With: Marine Vacth, Jérémie Renier

Friday 29 & Saturday 30 June Chloé is a young woman who falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. When they decide to move in together, everything seems perfect until a series of discoveries lead her to suspect that he may be living a double life. As she searches for the truth, Chloé’s investigations plunge her into a dark and bewildering world of smoke, mirrors and doppelgängers. “shiveringly sexy thriller hits all the parts Fifty Shades couldn’t reach” AAAA- The Daily Telegraph

IN THE FADE (18) Dir: Fatih Akin 2018 Germany France 106mins Subtitles With: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitt

Monday 23 & Tuesday 24 July Diane Kruger gives an astonishing, award-winning performance in this riveting thriller. A loving, if unconventional, mother, Katja’s life falls apart when her husband Nuri and their young son are killed in a bombing in their home city of Hamburg. Struggling to cope with shock and the weight of her tremendous grief, she becomes obsessed with finding the perpetrators. “Diane Kruger is quite extraordinary here, her fine features transfigured by emotion, by dreadful loss as she howls in her son’s bunk bed, by incandescent anger in the trial, by fearsome resolve when she decides on revenge. ” AAAAA- Evening Standard

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (U) Dir: Stanley Kubrick 1968 UK USA 150mins With: Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood

Sunday 1 July 5.20pm A chance to catch Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi masterpiece on the big screen, to celebrate the film’s 50th anniversary. When a recently uncovered monolith on the moon emits a radio signal into space, a manned mission is sent to investigate. “Whatever secret, if any, lies at the heart of 2001, certain things are beyond question: it is a work of considerable genius and an unerringly satisfying, utterly unique cinematic experience.” - Empire

THE BOOKSHOP (PG) Dir: Isabel Coixet 2018 UK 113mins With: Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy

Friday 13 - Thursday 19 July Free spirited Florence Green is trying to put grief behind her and decides to open a bookshop – the first such shop in the sleepy seaside town of Hardborough. Fighting damp and considerable local apathy, she initially struggles, but through the dissemination of works of fiction such as Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, she stirs long buried feelings in the townsfolk. “ts subversive undercurrent, embodied in fine performances by Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy, is what makes it really interesting.” - Entertainment Weekly

HEREDITARY (15) Dir: Ari Aster 2018 USA 127mins With: Toni Collette

Saturday 28 July, Wednesday 1 & Thursday 2 August When Ellen, the matriarch of the Graham family, passes away, her daughter’s family begins to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry. The more they discover, the more they find themselves trapped in their fate. “Takes its place as a new generation’s The Exorcist” AAAAA- Time Out “Collette gives a terrific, hypnotic performance as a harried mother facing down family evil in Ari Aster’s rivetingly shot horror debut” AAAAA- The Guardian


HUMAN FLOW (12A) Dir: Ai Weiwei 2017 Germany 140mins Subtitles

Friday 22 June 5.40pm As part of Refugee Week we’re rescreening renowned artist Ai Weiwei’s documentary that captures the massive and shocking breadth of the global migration crisis. This epic film portrays the plight of today’s 65 million displaced individuals. Filmed over the span of a year, Human Flow was shot by 25 film crews in countries across the world.

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) Dir: Ron Howard 2018 USA 138mins With: Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke

PRINCESS MONONOKE (PG) Dir: Hayao Miyazaki 1997 Japan 135mins Dubbed With: Gillian Anderson

LA1 SHORTS: THE LANCASHIRE FILMS (15) Dir: Various 2018 UK 65mins With: Various

Friday 22, Saturday 23, Monday 25, Tuesday 26 & Wednesday 27 June The latest Star Was prequel follows the young Han Solo as he joins a gang of galactic smugglers, including a 196-year-old Wookie named Chewbacca. Indebted to the gangster Dryden Vos, the crew devises a daring plan to travel to the mining planet Kessel to steal a valuable mineral.

Saturday 23 June 1.30pm When Ashitaka, a young warrior from a remote, and endangered, village clan, kills a ravenous, boar-like monster, he discovers the beast is in fact an infectious “demon god,” transformed by human anger. Ashitaka’s quest to solve the beast’s fatal curse brings him into the midst of human political intrigues as well as the more crucial battle between man and nature.





Dir: Adrian Shergold 2018 UK 103mins With: Maxine Peake, Paddy Considine

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Dir: Ian Bonhôte 2018 UK 111mins With: Alexander McQueen

Dir: Greta Gerwig 2018 USA 94mins With: Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf

Friday 29 & Saturday 30 June, Monday 2 & Tuesday 3 July An intimate portrait of British fashion designer Alexander McQueen. Portraying his life from his debut collection through to the tragedy of his premature death, the film evokes McQueen’s unique vision, and his maverick sense of humour is captured in never-beforeseen home movies, audio tapes and “behind-the-scenes” footage.

Thursday 28 & Saturday 30 June Saoirse Ronan gives a Golden Globewinning performance as Christine ‘Lady Bird’ McPherson, a senior student at a Catholic high school in the Sacramento suburbs in 2002. The outspoken Lady Bird navigates a loving, turbulent relationship with her mother, as well as young romance and her future, over the course of an eventful year. A poignant debut film from Gerwig.

Wednesday 27 & Thursday 28 June, Monday 16 & Tuesday 17 July Maxine Peake delivers a blistering performance as a woman hoping to make it as a comedian in the 1970s. Funny Cow charts the rise to stardom of a female comedian through the 1970s and 1980s. It is set against the backdrop of working men’s clubs and the standup comedy circuit of the North of England.

Wednesday 27 June & Wednesday 25 July We’re bringing the unknown to The Dukes with our Mystery Film screening – a night where nobody knows what we’re showing. It could be anything from 35mm prints of old classics to cult hits and rare big screen outings for forgotten favourites. This is the chance to experience something new – and be pleasantly surprised in the process! Tickets: £4

Saturday 23 June 4.15pm We were so impressed by the local talent on display at this year’s LA1 Shorts Festival that we asked to screen the Lancashire films again. Titles include the delightful Audience Award winning film True Grit by Kriss Foster. Tickets: £3.50




Sunday 24 June 7.30pm The winner of Best Picture and Best Director at the 2018 Oscars. Sally Hawkins delivers a stunning performance as mute Elisa, a lonely janitor in a high-security government laboratory in Baltimore, 1962. After discovering the lab’s most classified secret, an amphibious creature living in captivity, Elisa forms a unique relationship with the prisoner.

Dir: Mike Newell 2018 UK 125mins With: Lily James, Tom Courtenay

Tuesday 26 & Wednesday 27 June On the eve of retiring, snob Sandra discovers that her husband and best friend have been having an affair. Forced into moving in with her freespirited sister Bif on a council estate, Sandra is a fish out of water. But when Bif drags her to a community dance class, Sandra discovers a new beginning.





Dir: Hayao Miyazaki 2001 Japan 125mins Dubbed With: Daveigh Chase

Dir: Susan Froemke 2018 USA 110mins

Dir: Chris Kelly 2018 UK 126mins

Sunday 1 July 3pm The Opera House portrays a remarkable period of the Metropolitan Opera’s rich history and a time of great change for New York. Featuring rarely seen archival footage, stills, recent interviews, and a soundtrack of extraordinary Met performances, the film chronicles the creation of the Met’s storied home of the last 50 years, against the backdrop of the artists, architects, and politicians who shaped the life of New York City.

Monday 2 & Tuesday 3 July Buddhist monk and award-winning activist Venerable Loun Sovath is harassed, censored, and evicted by his own religious leaders when he becomes a key figure in the land-rights protests that led up to the Cambodian Spring, Shot over six years, this film is an intimate portrait of three people caught up in the chaotic and aggressive sweep of forced evictions and land grabbing in the name of “economic progress”.

Dir: Robert Wise 1965 USA 180mins With: Julie Andrews


Dir: John Krasinski 2018 USA 90mins With: John Krasinski, Emily Blunt

Dir: Guillermo Del Toro 2018 USA 123mins With: Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer

Saturday 23 & Tuesday 26 June A terrifying tale of desperate parents scrambling to keep their children safe in the ruins of the world, where humanity’s only hope for survival is silence. Total. Silence. “An instant sci-fi horror classic” AAAAA- Radio Times

Monday 25 & Thursday 28 June A writer forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island in the aftermath of World War II when she decides to write a book about their experiences during the war. Starring Lily James, most recently seen on our screen in Darkest Hour and Baby Driver.

Dir: Richard Loncraine 2018 UK 111mins With: Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall


Saturday 30 June 1.30pm A fan-tasty adventure about 10-yearold Chihiro who stumbles into a world ruled by gods, witches and spirits. With her parents transformed into pigs after straying into what seems to be an abandoned theme park, a spoilt ten year-old girl takes a job in a bathhouse belonging to a wizened old crone and vows to deliver her family from its plight.

Wednesday 4 July 7pm One of the most popular movie musicals of all time. Julie Andrews stars as Maria, a young nun in an Austrian convent. Maria is sent off to be governess for the Von Trapp family so can she learn about the real world before her confirmation.





Dir: Rupert Everett 2018 UK 105mins With: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Emily Watson

Dir: Marc Meyers 2018 USA 103mins With: Ross Lynch, Anne Heche

Dir: Hayao Miyazaki 2004 Japan 119mins Dubbed With: Emily Mortimer

Friday 6 - Thursday 12 July The Happy Prince tells the story of the last days of Oscar Wilde. This great man of letters, once one of the most famous authors in England, is now a superstar on the skids. As Oscar lies on his death bed, the past comes flooding back to him, transporting him to other times and places.

Friday 6 & Saturday 7 July Jeffrey Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys in the American Midwest, becoming one of history’s most infamous serial killers. This is the story before that story. Jeff is an awkward teenager struggling to make it through high school with a family life in ruins. His bizarre behaviour at school attracts unexpected friends. But as they near graduation, Jeff’s depravity continues to take hold.

Saturday 7 July 1.30pm Acclaimed Japanese animated feature from director Hayao Miyazaki. Sophie is an ordinary girl who works in a hat shop, but one day she is swept off her feet by the mysterious wizard Howl, and is then turned into a 90-year-old woman by the evil Witch of the Waste. In order to lift the curse, Sophie travels with Howl aboard his floating castle, as he risks his life to bring peace to a warring kingdom.


THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD (U) Dir: Michael Curtiz & William Keighley 1938 USA102mins With: Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland

Saturday 7 July 4pm Turning 80 this year, The Adventures of Robin Hood remains an iconic Hollywood swashbuckler, full of wit, romance and adventure. Robin Hood and his Merry Men fight against the greed of the decadent Prince John.




OCEAN’S 8 (12A)


Dir: Hayao Miyazaki 2008 Japan 101mins Dubbed With: Cate Blanchett

Dir: Deborah Haywood 2018 UK 81mins With: Lily Newmark, Joanna Scanlan

Dir: Gary Ross 2018 USA 110mins With: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett

Dir: Hiromasa Yonebayashi 1997 Japan 94mins Dubbed With: Saoirse Ronan

Saturday 14 July 1.30pm A young boy develops a friendship with a goldfish princess in this loose adaptation of The Little Mermaid. When a feisty baby mermaid called Ponyo runs away from her home in the sea, she ends up stranded on the shore and is rescued by Sosuke, a human boy who lives on a nearby clifftop.

Friday 20 & Saturday 21 July Iona moves to a new town with her eccentric single mum Lyn. Determined to fit in, she quickly befriends a group of local girls while Lyn, used to being her daughter’s best friend herself, feels left out and befriends their neighbour. As much as they pretend to each other things are going great, they both struggle and start retreating into their own fantasy worlds.

Friday 20, Saturday 21, Monday 23 Thursday 26 July Upon her release from prison, Debbie, the estranged sister of legendary conman Danny Ocean, puts together a team of unstoppable crooks to pull off the heist of the century. Their goal is New York City’s annual Met Gala, and a necklace worth in excess of 150 million dollars.

Saturday 21 July 1.30pm Charming animation based on the classic children’s book The Borrowers. Tiny 14 year old Arrietty lives under the floorboards of an old house with her father and mother. Their peaceful life is dramatically changed when the ever curious Arrietty accidentally allows herself to be seen by a poorly and lonesome 12 year old human boy.





Dir: Jane Campion 1983 Australia New Zealand 120mins With: Holly Hunter, Anna Paquin

Dir: Bill Holderman 2018 USA 104mins With: Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda

Dir: Finlay Pretsell 2018 UK 81mins With: Thomas Dekker, David Millar

Dir: George Dunning 1968 UK 85mins With: John Clive, Paul Angelis

Monday 9 & Thursday 19 July Jane Campion became the first (and only) female director to win the Palme d’Or, 25 years ago for this triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorianera New Zealand.

Tuesday 10 & Wednesday 11 July Diane is recently widowed after 40 years of marriage. Vivian enjoys her men with no strings attached. Sharon is still working through a decades-old divorce. Carol’s marriage is in a slump after 35 years. Four lifelong friends’ lives are turned upside down to hilarious ends when their book club tackles Fifty Shades of Grey.

Thursday 12 July 8.30pm An insight into the world of professional cycling through the eyes of David Millar, the only British rider to have won all of the Tour de France jerseys. Time Trial is a sensory ride through the thrill and hardship of professional cycling. David bluntly narrates his last season in the saddle, detailing the road crew, fellow competitors, manic fans, and the media circus that follows it all.

Friday 13 & Saturday 14 July An icon of psychedelic pop culture inspired by the music of The Beatles. Yellow Submarine is a colourful musical spectacle and a joyful cinematic experience for all ages – filled with visual invention, optical illusions, word play, and glorious music.





Dir: Haifaa al-Mansour 2018 UK 121mins With: Elle Fanning, Maisie Williams

Dir: Oliver Parker 2018 UK 97mins With: Rob Brydon, Charlotte Riley

Dir: Will Gluck 2018 UK 95mins With: James Corden, Sia, Margot Robbie

Friday 27 July - Thursday 2 August A period drama recounting the love affair between poet Percy Shelley and 18-year-old Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin. Mary’s family disapproves when she and poet Percy Shelley announce their love for each other. They elope and, while staying in the home of Lord Byron at Lake Geneva, the guests are challenged to write a ghost story, which leads Mary to conceive her novel, Frankenstein.

Friday 27 July - Thursday 2 August (except Sunday 29 July) The Full Monty in Speedos. Accountant Eric believes he can win back his wife Heather by diving into the world of male synchronised swimming. Joining his local team, Eric finds a surprising brotherhood in this motley crew as they train for the world championships in Milan

Saturday 28 July 1.30pm An adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s classic tale of a rebellious rabbit. In the film, Peter’s feud with Mr. McGregor escalates to greater heights than ever before as their fight to gain control of McGregor’s coveted vegetable garden and the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door

MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN (CTBC) Dir: Ol Parker 2018 UK USA With: Lily James, Meryl Streep

Coming Soon A sequel to the hit ABBA inspired musical. Sophie finds out more about her mother’s past while seeking guidance on how to handle her pregnancy.


EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE Dir: Jonathan Butterell Live 155mins With: John McCrea, Mina Anwar

Thursday 5 July 7.20pm Inspired by a true story, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the new awardwinning five-star hit musical for today. Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn’t quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. He is going to be a sensation. “This fizzling musical is a blast of fresh air” AAAAA - The Times “A burst of Joy” AAAAA - Time Out







Dir: Barrie Kosky Recorded 210mins With: Markus Brüc

Dir: Keith Warner Live 210mins With: Emma Bell

Sunday 22 & Wednesday 25 July A new production of Oscar Wilde’s social comedy. It’s the day of Lady Windermere’s birthday party and all is perfectly in order - until her friend Lord Darlington plants a seed of suspicion. Is her husband having an affair? And will the other woman really attend the party?

Thursday 26 July 6.30pm David has vanquished the giant Goliath, but not everyone rejoices in his victory. Jealous of the young warrior, King Saul turns against him, descending into violent, destructive madness. Handel’s vision of a Lear-like king is astonishing in its psychological complexity, offering a musical portrait of mental collapse few have since matched.

Tuesday 14 August 6.30pm A rare opportunity to see Barber’s Pulitzer Prize-winning work – opera from the age of Hitchcock, with an atmospheric score and tense, psychological twists.



LADY WINDERMERE’S FAN (PG) Dir: Kathy Burke 2018 Recorded 150mins With: Kevin Bishop, Jennifer Saunders



Dir: Carrie Cracknell Live TBCmins With: Vanessa Kirby

Thursday 6 September 7pm The Crown star Vanessa Kirby stars in this new version of August Strindberg’s play Miss Julie. Wild and newly single, Julie throws a late night party. In the kitchen, Jean and Kristina clean up as the celebration heaves above them. Crossing the threshold, Julie initiates a power game with Jean – which rapidly descends into a savage fight for survival.




Dir: Jonathan Munby Live TBCmins With: Ian McKellen

Thursday 27 September 7pm Broadcast live from London’s West End, see Ian McKellen’s moving King Lear in cinemas. Considered by many to be the greatest tragedy ever written, King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one a King, one his courtier – reject the children who truly love them. Their blindness unleashes a tornado of pitiless ambition and treachery.




THE MADNESS OF KING GEORGE III Dir: Adam Penford Live TBCmins With: Mark Gatiss

Tuesday 20 November 7pm Multi-award-winning drama The Madness of George III will be broadcast live to cinemas, in National Theatre Live’s first ever broadcast from Nottingham Playhouse. It’s 1786 and King George III is the most powerful man in the world. But his behaviour is becoming increasingly erratic.

JUNE Fri 22 Fri 22 Sat 23 Sat 23 Sat 23 Sat 23 Sun 24 Mon 25 Mon 25 Tue 26 Tue 26 Tue 26 Wed 27 Wed 27 Wed 27 Wed 27 Thu 28 Thu 28 Thu 28 Fri 29 Fri 29 Sat 30 Sat 30 Sat 30 Sat 30 JULY Sun 1 Sun 1 Mon 2 Mon 2 Tue 3 Tue 3 Wed 4 Thu 5 Fri 6 Fri 6 Sat 7 Sat 7 Sat 7 Sat 7 Sun 8 Mon 9 Mon 9 Mon 9 Tue 10 Tue 10 Wed 11 Wed 11 Thu 12 Thu 12

5.40pm 8.30pm 1.30pm 4.15pm 5.50pm 8.35pm 7.30pm 6.00pm 8.35pm 2.00pm 6.10pm 8.30pm 11.00am 1.45pm 6.15pm 8.30pm 11.00am 6.25pm 8.30pm 6.10pm 8.30pm 1.30pm 4.10pm 6.15pm 8.35pm

Human Flow (12A) Solo: A Star Wars Story (12A) Princess Mononoke (PG) LA1 Shorts: The Lancashire Films (15) Solo: A Star Wars Story (12A) A Quiet Place (15) The Shape of Water (15) The Guernsey Literary and…. (12A) Solo: A Star Wars Story (12A) Finding Your Feet (12A) A Quiet Place (15) Solo: A Star Wars Story (12A) Parent and Baby: Solo (12A) Finding Your Feet (12A) Funny Cow (15) Mystery Film (18) The Guernsey Literary and… (12A) Lady Bird (15) Funny Cow (15) McQueen (15) L'Amant double (18) Spirited Away (PG) Lady Bird (15) L'Amant double (18) McQueen (15)

3.00pm 5.20pm 6.00pm 8.35pm 6.10pm 8.30pm 7.00pm 7.20pm 6.15pm 8.30pm 1.30pm 4.00pm 6.15pm 8.30pm 7.30pm 11.00am 6.00pm 8.30pm 6.15pm 8.30pm 6.15pm 8.30pm 6.15pm 8.30pm

The Opera House 2001: A Space Odyssey A Cambodian Spring McQueen McQueen A Cambodian Spring The Sound of Music Everybody's Talking About Jamie The Happy Prince My Friend Dahmer Howl's Moving Castle The Adventures of Robin Hood The Happy Prince My Friend Dahmer The Happy Prince The Happy Prince The Piano The Happy Prince Book Club The Happy Prince Book Club The Happy Prince The Happy Prince Time Trial

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JULY Fri 13 6.15pm Fri 13 8.10pm Sat 14 1.30pm Sat 14 3.40pm Sat 14 6.15pm Sat 14 8.10pm Sun 15 7.30pm Mon 16 6.10pm Mon 16 8.35pm Tue 17 6.15pm Tue 17 8.30pm Wed 18 11.00am Wed 18 7.00pm Thu 19 6.00pm Thu 19 8.30pm Fri 20 6.30pm Fri 20 8.30pm Sat 21 1.30pm Sat 21 3.30pm Sat 21 6.10pm Sat 21 8.30pm Sun 22 7.00pm Mon 23 6.15pm Mon 23 8.30pm Tue 24 6.10pm Tue 24 8.30pm Wed 25 2.00pm Wed 25 6.10pm Wed 25 8.30pm Thu 26 11.00am Thu 26 6.30pm Fri 27 6.00pm Fri 27 8.30pm Sat 28 1.30pm Sat 28 3.40pm Sat 28 6.20pm Sat 28 8.30pm Sun 29 7.30pm Mon 30 6.00pm Mon 30 8.30pm Tue 31 11.00am Tue 31 6.20pm Tue 31 8.30pm AUGUST Wed 1 11.00am Wed 1 6.00pm Wed 1 8.30pm Thu 2 11.00am Thu 2 6.20pm Thu 2 8.30pm

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