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Thu 27 March 7.30pm

Inside Llewyn Davis

Rating 15 I Running Time 105 mins I USA/France I 2013 Directed by Joel Coen, Ethan Coen I Starring Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan Greenwich Village folk musician Llewyn is devastated by the suicide of his singing partner. He ricochets from one gig to the next, begging for temporary refuge on the couches of friends and passing acquaintances including Mitch Gorfein and his wife Lillian. Guitar in tow, huddled against the unforgiving New York winter, he struggles to make it as a musician against seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

Fri 18 April 7.30pm

The Monuments Men (CaptiView)

Rating 12A I Running Time 118 mins I USA/Germany I 2013 Directed by George Clooney I Starring George Clooney, Cate Blanchett Adaptation of Robert M. Edsel's book that follows the men tasked with saving the world's greatest works of art from the Nazis during WWII. But with no previous experience of weapons and tactics, the hastily assembled group soon face a rude awakening when they experience their first live action behind enemy lines.

SCREEN

Sat 29 March 7.30pm

The Wolf Of Wall Street Rating 18 I Running Time 165 mins I USA I 2013

Directed by Martin Scorsese I Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matthew McConaughey Darkly comic true story of a corrupt Wall Street stockbroker. Adapted from John Belfort’s memoir, it charts his rise to being a high-flying broker, earning nearly a million dollars a week, and his crash back down to earth again.

Tues 15 April 11am & 7.30pm

The Invisible Woman (CaptiView)

Rating 12A I Running Time 111 mins I UK I 2013 Directed by Stephen Frears I Starring Judi Dench, Steve Coogan

Romantic drama adapted from Clare Tomalin’s book about the relationship between celebrated 19th-century novelist Charles Dickens and Nelly, a school teacher. She looks back on her young life as 45-year-old Dickens’ mistress. To avoid scandal they must keep their relationship a secret, meaning Nelly must live an almost invisible existence.

Wed 16 April 7.30pm

August: Osage County (CaptiView) Rating 15 I Running Time 121 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by John Wells I Starring Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts

Grizzled patriarch and acclaimed writer Beverly Weston drowns in the local lake. A look at the lives of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose paths have diverged until this family crisis brings them back to the Oklahoma house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them. Meryl Streep delivers a masterful performance.

Fri 18 April 3pm

Mr Peabody & Sherman (CaptiView) Rating U I Running Time 92 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Robert Minkoff I Starring Max Charles, Ty Burrell

Sherman is an orphaned boy, who is adopted by Mr Peabody, a talking dog and award-winning businessman. When the little boy lets slip that Mr Peabody has a time travel machine hidden below ground they soon hurtle back in time to experience world-changing events first-hand – finding themselves in a race to repair history and save the future.

Wed 30 April 11am & 7.30pm

The Book Thief (CaptiView)

Rating 12A I Running Time 131 mins I USA/Germany I 2013 Directed by Brian Percival I Starring Sophie Nelisse, Geoffrey Rush

Academy Award-nominated adaptation of the novel by Marcus Zusak, tells the story of Liesel Meminger, an eccentric young girl who is adopted by working class German couple Hans and Rosa Hubermann as World War II looms. When Jewish refugee Max arrives at the family's door they risk their own safety to shelter him from the Nazis. It marks the beginning of an unusual friendship between Max and Liesel, who shares her love of stories with Max and begins stealing books for him to read during his confinement.

March – April 2014

Experience the best of live theatre at your local cinema. Tickets £12.50/£10

Sat 1 March 7pm NT Live: War Horse (Encore Screening) Sold Out! Sun 30 March 4pm The Bolshoi: Marco Spada

Thu 1 May 7pm NT Live: King Lear

Movies £5.50 (£4.50) I Breakfast Movie All seats £4.50

Special Events/Satellite Broadcasts – prices as listed. Please check our website for any alterations or additions to the programme www.onfife.com/film Deaf & Hard of Hearing please request a closed caption “Captiview” system set when you book your ticket. For details of all film and theatre events on at the Adam Smith Theatre, Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, Lochgelly Centre and Rothes Halls, Glenrothes go to our website at www.onfife.com or join us on facebook at www.facebook.com/onfife and @twitter.com/onfife Digital Equipment Funded by Fife Council’s Capital Grant Scheme

Your Cinema in Kirkcaldy BENNOCHY ROAD, KIRKCALDY KY11ET BOX OFFICE TEL 01592 583302

www.onfife.com


TAKE ONE ACTION FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR Sun 2 March 3pm

Girl Rising

Rating 12A I Running Time 101 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Richard E. Robbins I Starring Amina, Azmera

With voiceover from Selena Gomez, Alicia Keys, Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson, this spirited, colourful and moving film pairs nine (extra)ordinary girls from all corners of the globe with acclaimed writers and actors to tell how they faced down and overcame all-too-common barriers to education for girls.

Sun 2 March 7.30pm

A River Changes Course

Rating 15 I Running Time 83 mins I Cambodia I 2013 I Subtitled Directed by Kalyeena Mam I Starring Sav Samourn, Khieu Mok, Sari Math Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Documentary at Sundance. In her directorial debut, Kalyanee Mam travels to her native homeland to capture the stories of three young Cambodians struggling to maintain their traditional way of life while the modern world closes in around them.

Sun 9 March 1.30pm

Philomena

Rating 12A I Running Time 98 mins I UK/USA/France I 2013 Directed by Stephen Frears I Starring Judi Dench, Steve Coogan

Back by popular demand. In 1950s Ireland, pregnant teenager Philomena is sent to work in a convent house and when her son is born he’s put up for adoption by the Catholic Church. Decades later Philomena forms an unlikely friendship with a journalist who takes an interest in her story and together they search to uncover the truth.

Sun 9 March 4pm & 7.30pm

Sunshine On Leith

Rating PG I Running Time 99 mins I UK I 2013 Directed by Dexter Fletcher I Starring George MacKay, Kevin Guthrie

Back by popular demand. Featuring music by The Proclaimers, Sunshine on Leith is based on the sensational hit musical of the same name. The film follows the stories of friends Davy and Ally as they return home from Afghanistan and struggle to adapt to life outside the army.

Sun 16 March 3pm

A Perfect Family

Rating 15 I Running Time 120 mins I Italy I 2013 I Subtitled Directed by Paolo Genovese I Starring Sergio Castellitto, Marco Giallini Quirky, amusing look at one man’s desire to create the ideal family. Leone (Sergio Castellitto) is a very wealthy, very lonely man. He makes the decision to create a family Christmas by writing a script and hiring professional actors to play different family members. The cast, when alone, become themselves again, expressing their own thoughts and feelings about their real lives and this absurd project which they have agreed to participate in.

Sun 16 March 7.30pm

Fri 21 March 11am & Sat 22 March 7.30pm

American Hustle (CaptiView)

12 Years A Slave (CaptiView)

Based on a real-life story. When con artist Irving Rosenfeld and his lover Sydney Prosser are forced into working for the FBI by deranged agent Richie DiMaso, they find themselves drawn into a world of murderous mobsters. Irving’s erratic wife, Rosalyn, could be the one to pull the thread that brings the entire pretence crashing down.

When Solomon Northup, a violin player from upstate New York, is abducted and sold into slavery he faces twelve years of cruelty as he struggles not only to stay alive, but to retain his dignity. Brutal and shocking 12 Years a Slave is set to scoop a host of awards. An incredible true story of one man’s fight for survival and freedom.

Rating 15 I Running Time 129 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by David O. Russell I Starring Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams

Rating 15 I Running Time 134 mins I USA/UK I 2013 Directed by Steve McQueen I Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender

Wed 19 March 11am

Sat 22 March 3pm

Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom (CaptiView)

The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (CaptiView)

Acclaimed British actor Idris Elba stars as the legendary freedom fighter in this adaptation of Nelson Mandela’s autobiography. This inspiring biopic charts Mandela’s life from his childhood in a rural village through to his inauguration as the first democratically elected President of South Africa.

Walter processes the negatives for respected magazine Life, taking care with the work of globe-trotting photographer Sean O'Connell. For the front cover of Life's final issue, Sean sends a special image but the negative goes astray. Walter abandons his mother Edna and sister Odessa to embark on a life-altering quest to track down Sean in the icy wilderness of Greenland.

Rating 15 I Running Time 146 mins I UK/South Africa I 2013 Directed by Justin Chadwick I Starring Idris Elba, Naomie Harris

Wed 19 March 7.30pm

A Street In Palermo

Rating 12A I Running Time 94 mins I Italy I 2013 I Subtitled Directed by Emma Dante I Starring Elena Cotta, Alba Rohrwacher

It is a blistering hot day as Rosa and Clara drive through Palermo. Meanwhile, Samira is driving her family home after a fractious day at the beach. Both drivers enter Via Castellana Bandiera. Both believe they have right of way. Neither one is willing to budge and so the stage is set for a petty dispute to escalate. Eye catching and infused with the spirit of Laurel and Hardy.

Thu 20 March 11am

Sandra

Rating 15 I Running Time 106 mins I Italy I 1965 I Subtitled Directed by Luchino Visconti I Starring Claudia Cardinale, Jean Sorel

Made immediately after his masterpiece The Leopard, Visconti's rarely seen Sandra, won the Golden Lion (Leone D’Oro) at Venice and has now been restored to its sparkling monochrome best. Claudia Cardinale's steely, neurotic Sandra returns to her home town of Volterra in Tuscany accompanied by her new husband. A hot-house melodrama, with strong echoes of Tennessee Williams.

Thu 20 March 7.30pm

Nebraska

Rating 15 I Running Time 115 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Alexander Payne I Starring Bruce Dern, Bob Odenkirk

Curmudgeon Woody Grant takes a piece of prize notification junk mail to heart and embarks on a cross-country odyssey to collect the million dollars he believes is waiting for him. The old man's despairing son David agrees to indulge Woody's fantasy and he accompanies the doddering patriarch on his journey.

Rating PG I Running Time 114 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Ben Stiller, Norman Z Mcleod I Starring Ben Stiller, Kirsten Wiig

Sun 23 March 3pm

All Is Lost

Rating 12A I Running Time 106 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by J. C. Chandor I Starring Robert Redford

Deep into a solo voyage in the Indian Ocean, an unnamed man wakes to find his yacht taking on water after a collision with an abandoned shipping container. With his navigation equipment and radio damaged, the man sails unknowingly into the path of a violent storm.

Sun 23 March 7.30pm

The Dallas Buyers Club

(CaptiView) Rating 15 I Running Time 117 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Jean-Marc Vallee I Starring Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto Rodeo bull rider Ron Woodroof is a ladies man, who enjoys casual sex with many female partners in 1985 Dallas. Following a work related injury, Ron is treated at hospital and the doctor informs Ron that he is HIV positive and will probably die within 30 days. As he researches HIV, Ron learns about clinical trials of AZT and he begins to import the non FDA-approved drug from Mexico.

Wed 26 March 11am & 7.30pm

The Railway Man

Rating 15 I Running Time 116 mins I Australia/UK I 2013 Directed by Jonathan Teplitzky I Starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman

After the fall of Singapore in 1942 a young Scottish army lieutenant, Eric Lomax, was captured by the Japanese and forced to work on the notorious Thai-Burma railway. Decades later he discovers that the Japanese interpreter he holds responsible for much of the horrors dished out to the British prisoners of- war is still alive and sets out to confront him.


TAKE ONE ACTION FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR Sun 2 March 3pm

Girl Rising

Rating 12A I Running Time 101 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Richard E. Robbins I Starring Amina, Azmera

With voiceover from Selena Gomez, Alicia Keys, Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson, this spirited, colourful and moving film pairs nine (extra)ordinary girls from all corners of the globe with acclaimed writers and actors to tell how they faced down and overcame all-too-common barriers to education for girls.

Sun 2 March 7.30pm

A River Changes Course

Rating 15 I Running Time 83 mins I Cambodia I 2013 I Subtitled Directed by Kalyeena Mam I Starring Sav Samourn, Khieu Mok, Sari Math Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Documentary at Sundance. In her directorial debut, Kalyanee Mam travels to her native homeland to capture the stories of three young Cambodians struggling to maintain their traditional way of life while the modern world closes in around them.

Sun 9 March 1.30pm

Philomena

Rating 12A I Running Time 98 mins I UK/USA/France I 2013 Directed by Stephen Frears I Starring Judi Dench, Steve Coogan

Back by popular demand. In 1950s Ireland, pregnant teenager Philomena is sent to work in a convent house and when her son is born he’s put up for adoption by the Catholic Church. Decades later Philomena forms an unlikely friendship with a journalist who takes an interest in her story and together they search to uncover the truth.

Sun 9 March 4pm & 7.30pm

Sunshine On Leith

Rating PG I Running Time 99 mins I UK I 2013 Directed by Dexter Fletcher I Starring George MacKay, Kevin Guthrie

Back by popular demand. Featuring music by The Proclaimers, Sunshine on Leith is based on the sensational hit musical of the same name. The film follows the stories of friends Davy and Ally as they return home from Afghanistan and struggle to adapt to life outside the army.

Sun 16 March 3pm

A Perfect Family

Rating 15 I Running Time 120 mins I Italy I 2013 I Subtitled Directed by Paolo Genovese I Starring Sergio Castellitto, Marco Giallini Quirky, amusing look at one man’s desire to create the ideal family. Leone (Sergio Castellitto) is a very wealthy, very lonely man. He makes the decision to create a family Christmas by writing a script and hiring professional actors to play different family members. The cast, when alone, become themselves again, expressing their own thoughts and feelings about their real lives and this absurd project which they have agreed to participate in.

Sun 16 March 7.30pm

Fri 21 March 11am & Sat 22 March 7.30pm

American Hustle (CaptiView)

12 Years A Slave (CaptiView)

Based on a real-life story. When con artist Irving Rosenfeld and his lover Sydney Prosser are forced into working for the FBI by deranged agent Richie DiMaso, they find themselves drawn into a world of murderous mobsters. Irving’s erratic wife, Rosalyn, could be the one to pull the thread that brings the entire pretence crashing down.

When Solomon Northup, a violin player from upstate New York, is abducted and sold into slavery he faces twelve years of cruelty as he struggles not only to stay alive, but to retain his dignity. Brutal and shocking 12 Years a Slave is set to scoop a host of awards. An incredible true story of one man’s fight for survival and freedom.

Rating 15 I Running Time 129 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by David O. Russell I Starring Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams

Rating 15 I Running Time 134 mins I USA/UK I 2013 Directed by Steve McQueen I Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender

Wed 19 March 11am

Sat 22 March 3pm

Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom (CaptiView)

The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (CaptiView)

Acclaimed British actor Idris Elba stars as the legendary freedom fighter in this adaptation of Nelson Mandela’s autobiography. This inspiring biopic charts Mandela’s life from his childhood in a rural village through to his inauguration as the first democratically elected President of South Africa.

Walter processes the negatives for respected magazine Life, taking care with the work of globe-trotting photographer Sean O'Connell. For the front cover of Life's final issue, Sean sends a special image but the negative goes astray. Walter abandons his mother Edna and sister Odessa to embark on a life-altering quest to track down Sean in the icy wilderness of Greenland.

Rating 15 I Running Time 146 mins I UK/South Africa I 2013 Directed by Justin Chadwick I Starring Idris Elba, Naomie Harris

Wed 19 March 7.30pm

A Street In Palermo

Rating 12A I Running Time 94 mins I Italy I 2013 I Subtitled Directed by Emma Dante I Starring Elena Cotta, Alba Rohrwacher

It is a blistering hot day as Rosa and Clara drive through Palermo. Meanwhile, Samira is driving her family home after a fractious day at the beach. Both drivers enter Via Castellana Bandiera. Both believe they have right of way. Neither one is willing to budge and so the stage is set for a petty dispute to escalate. Eye catching and infused with the spirit of Laurel and Hardy.

Thu 20 March 11am

Sandra

Rating 15 I Running Time 106 mins I Italy I 1965 I Subtitled Directed by Luchino Visconti I Starring Claudia Cardinale, Jean Sorel

Made immediately after his masterpiece The Leopard, Visconti's rarely seen Sandra, won the Golden Lion (Leone D’Oro) at Venice and has now been restored to its sparkling monochrome best. Claudia Cardinale's steely, neurotic Sandra returns to her home town of Volterra in Tuscany accompanied by her new husband. A hot-house melodrama, with strong echoes of Tennessee Williams.

Thu 20 March 7.30pm

Nebraska

Rating 15 I Running Time 115 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Alexander Payne I Starring Bruce Dern, Bob Odenkirk

Curmudgeon Woody Grant takes a piece of prize notification junk mail to heart and embarks on a cross-country odyssey to collect the million dollars he believes is waiting for him. The old man's despairing son David agrees to indulge Woody's fantasy and he accompanies the doddering patriarch on his journey.

Rating PG I Running Time 114 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Ben Stiller, Norman Z Mcleod I Starring Ben Stiller, Kirsten Wiig

Sun 23 March 3pm

All Is Lost

Rating 12A I Running Time 106 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by J. C. Chandor I Starring Robert Redford

Deep into a solo voyage in the Indian Ocean, an unnamed man wakes to find his yacht taking on water after a collision with an abandoned shipping container. With his navigation equipment and radio damaged, the man sails unknowingly into the path of a violent storm.

Sun 23 March 7.30pm

The Dallas Buyers Club

(CaptiView) Rating 15 I Running Time 117 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Jean-Marc Vallee I Starring Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto Rodeo bull rider Ron Woodroof is a ladies man, who enjoys casual sex with many female partners in 1985 Dallas. Following a work related injury, Ron is treated at hospital and the doctor informs Ron that he is HIV positive and will probably die within 30 days. As he researches HIV, Ron learns about clinical trials of AZT and he begins to import the non FDA-approved drug from Mexico.

Wed 26 March 11am & 7.30pm

The Railway Man

Rating 15 I Running Time 116 mins I Australia/UK I 2013 Directed by Jonathan Teplitzky I Starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman

After the fall of Singapore in 1942 a young Scottish army lieutenant, Eric Lomax, was captured by the Japanese and forced to work on the notorious Thai-Burma railway. Decades later he discovers that the Japanese interpreter he holds responsible for much of the horrors dished out to the British prisoners of- war is still alive and sets out to confront him.


TAKE ONE ACTION FILM FESTIVAL ON TOUR Sun 2 March 3pm

Girl Rising

Rating 12A I Running Time 101 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Richard E. Robbins I Starring Amina, Azmera

With voiceover from Selena Gomez, Alicia Keys, Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson, this spirited, colourful and moving film pairs nine (extra)ordinary girls from all corners of the globe with acclaimed writers and actors to tell how they faced down and overcame all-too-common barriers to education for girls.

Sun 2 March 7.30pm

A River Changes Course

Rating 15 I Running Time 83 mins I Cambodia I 2013 I Subtitled Directed by Kalyeena Mam I Starring Sav Samourn, Khieu Mok, Sari Math Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Documentary at Sundance. In her directorial debut, Kalyanee Mam travels to her native homeland to capture the stories of three young Cambodians struggling to maintain their traditional way of life while the modern world closes in around them.

Sun 9 March 1.30pm

Philomena

Rating 12A I Running Time 98 mins I UK/USA/France I 2013 Directed by Stephen Frears I Starring Judi Dench, Steve Coogan

Back by popular demand. In 1950s Ireland, pregnant teenager Philomena is sent to work in a convent house and when her son is born he’s put up for adoption by the Catholic Church. Decades later Philomena forms an unlikely friendship with a journalist who takes an interest in her story and together they search to uncover the truth.

Sun 9 March 4pm & 7.30pm

Sunshine On Leith

Rating PG I Running Time 99 mins I UK I 2013 Directed by Dexter Fletcher I Starring George MacKay, Kevin Guthrie

Back by popular demand. Featuring music by The Proclaimers, Sunshine on Leith is based on the sensational hit musical of the same name. The film follows the stories of friends Davy and Ally as they return home from Afghanistan and struggle to adapt to life outside the army.

Sun 16 March 3pm

A Perfect Family

Rating 15 I Running Time 120 mins I Italy I 2013 I Subtitled Directed by Paolo Genovese I Starring Sergio Castellitto, Marco Giallini Quirky, amusing look at one man’s desire to create the ideal family. Leone (Sergio Castellitto) is a very wealthy, very lonely man. He makes the decision to create a family Christmas by writing a script and hiring professional actors to play different family members. The cast, when alone, become themselves again, expressing their own thoughts and feelings about their real lives and this absurd project which they have agreed to participate in.

Sun 16 March 7.30pm

Fri 21 March 11am & Sat 22 March 7.30pm

American Hustle (CaptiView)

12 Years A Slave (CaptiView)

Based on a real-life story. When con artist Irving Rosenfeld and his lover Sydney Prosser are forced into working for the FBI by deranged agent Richie DiMaso, they find themselves drawn into a world of murderous mobsters. Irving’s erratic wife, Rosalyn, could be the one to pull the thread that brings the entire pretence crashing down.

When Solomon Northup, a violin player from upstate New York, is abducted and sold into slavery he faces twelve years of cruelty as he struggles not only to stay alive, but to retain his dignity. Brutal and shocking 12 Years a Slave is set to scoop a host of awards. An incredible true story of one man’s fight for survival and freedom.

Rating 15 I Running Time 129 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by David O. Russell I Starring Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams

Rating 15 I Running Time 134 mins I USA/UK I 2013 Directed by Steve McQueen I Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender

Wed 19 March 11am

Sat 22 March 3pm

Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom (CaptiView)

The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (CaptiView)

Acclaimed British actor Idris Elba stars as the legendary freedom fighter in this adaptation of Nelson Mandela’s autobiography. This inspiring biopic charts Mandela’s life from his childhood in a rural village through to his inauguration as the first democratically elected President of South Africa.

Walter processes the negatives for respected magazine Life, taking care with the work of globe-trotting photographer Sean O'Connell. For the front cover of Life's final issue, Sean sends a special image but the negative goes astray. Walter abandons his mother Edna and sister Odessa to embark on a life-altering quest to track down Sean in the icy wilderness of Greenland.

Rating 15 I Running Time 146 mins I UK/South Africa I 2013 Directed by Justin Chadwick I Starring Idris Elba, Naomie Harris

Wed 19 March 7.30pm

A Street In Palermo

Rating 12A I Running Time 94 mins I Italy I 2013 I Subtitled Directed by Emma Dante I Starring Elena Cotta, Alba Rohrwacher

It is a blistering hot day as Rosa and Clara drive through Palermo. Meanwhile, Samira is driving her family home after a fractious day at the beach. Both drivers enter Via Castellana Bandiera. Both believe they have right of way. Neither one is willing to budge and so the stage is set for a petty dispute to escalate. Eye catching and infused with the spirit of Laurel and Hardy.

Thu 20 March 11am

Sandra

Rating 15 I Running Time 106 mins I Italy I 1965 I Subtitled Directed by Luchino Visconti I Starring Claudia Cardinale, Jean Sorel

Made immediately after his masterpiece The Leopard, Visconti's rarely seen Sandra, won the Golden Lion (Leone D’Oro) at Venice and has now been restored to its sparkling monochrome best. Claudia Cardinale's steely, neurotic Sandra returns to her home town of Volterra in Tuscany accompanied by her new husband. A hot-house melodrama, with strong echoes of Tennessee Williams.

Thu 20 March 7.30pm

Nebraska

Rating 15 I Running Time 115 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Alexander Payne I Starring Bruce Dern, Bob Odenkirk

Curmudgeon Woody Grant takes a piece of prize notification junk mail to heart and embarks on a cross-country odyssey to collect the million dollars he believes is waiting for him. The old man's despairing son David agrees to indulge Woody's fantasy and he accompanies the doddering patriarch on his journey.

Rating PG I Running Time 114 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Ben Stiller, Norman Z Mcleod I Starring Ben Stiller, Kirsten Wiig

Sun 23 March 3pm

All Is Lost

Rating 12A I Running Time 106 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by J. C. Chandor I Starring Robert Redford

Deep into a solo voyage in the Indian Ocean, an unnamed man wakes to find his yacht taking on water after a collision with an abandoned shipping container. With his navigation equipment and radio damaged, the man sails unknowingly into the path of a violent storm.

Sun 23 March 7.30pm

The Dallas Buyers Club

(CaptiView) Rating 15 I Running Time 117 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Jean-Marc Vallee I Starring Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto Rodeo bull rider Ron Woodroof is a ladies man, who enjoys casual sex with many female partners in 1985 Dallas. Following a work related injury, Ron is treated at hospital and the doctor informs Ron that he is HIV positive and will probably die within 30 days. As he researches HIV, Ron learns about clinical trials of AZT and he begins to import the non FDA-approved drug from Mexico.

Wed 26 March 11am & 7.30pm

The Railway Man

Rating 15 I Running Time 116 mins I Australia/UK I 2013 Directed by Jonathan Teplitzky I Starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman

After the fall of Singapore in 1942 a young Scottish army lieutenant, Eric Lomax, was captured by the Japanese and forced to work on the notorious Thai-Burma railway. Decades later he discovers that the Japanese interpreter he holds responsible for much of the horrors dished out to the British prisoners of- war is still alive and sets out to confront him.


Thu 27 March 7.30pm

Inside Llewyn Davis

Rating 15 I Running Time 105 mins I USA/France I 2013 Directed by Joel Coen, Ethan Coen I Starring Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan Greenwich Village folk musician Llewyn is devastated by the suicide of his singing partner. He ricochets from one gig to the next, begging for temporary refuge on the couches of friends and passing acquaintances including Mitch Gorfein and his wife Lillian. Guitar in tow, huddled against the unforgiving New York winter, he struggles to make it as a musician against seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

Fri 18 April 7.30pm

The Monuments Men (CaptiView)

Rating 12A I Running Time 118 mins I USA/Germany I 2013 Directed by George Clooney I Starring George Clooney, Cate Blanchett Adaptation of Robert M. Edsel's book that follows the men tasked with saving the world's greatest works of art from the Nazis during WWII. But with no previous experience of weapons and tactics, the hastily assembled group soon face a rude awakening when they experience their first live action behind enemy lines.

SCREEN

Sat 29 March 7.30pm

The Wolf Of Wall Street Rating 18 I Running Time 165 mins I USA I 2013

Directed by Martin Scorsese I Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matthew McConaughey Darkly comic true story of a corrupt Wall Street stockbroker. Adapted from John Belfort’s memoir, it charts his rise to being a high-flying broker, earning nearly a million dollars a week, and his crash back down to earth again.

Tues 15 April 11am & 7.30pm

The Invisible Woman (CaptiView)

Rating 12A I Running Time 111 mins I UK I 2013 Directed by Stephen Frears I Starring Judi Dench, Steve Coogan

Romantic drama adapted from Clare Tomalin’s book about the relationship between celebrated 19th-century novelist Charles Dickens and Nelly, a school teacher. She looks back on her young life as 45-year-old Dickens’ mistress. To avoid scandal they must keep their relationship a secret, meaning Nelly must live an almost invisible existence.

Wed 16 April 7.30pm

August: Osage County (CaptiView) Rating 15 I Running Time 121 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by John Wells I Starring Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts

Grizzled patriarch and acclaimed writer Beverly Weston drowns in the local lake. A look at the lives of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose paths have diverged until this family crisis brings them back to the Oklahoma house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them. Meryl Streep delivers a masterful performance.

Fri 18 April 3pm

Mr Peabody & Sherman (CaptiView) Rating U I Running Time 92 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Robert Minkoff I Starring Max Charles, Ty Burrell

Sherman is an orphaned boy, who is adopted by Mr Peabody, a talking dog and award-winning businessman. When the little boy lets slip that Mr Peabody has a time travel machine hidden below ground they soon hurtle back in time to experience world-changing events first-hand – finding themselves in a race to repair history and save the future.

Wed 30 April 11am & 7.30pm

The Book Thief (CaptiView)

Rating 12A I Running Time 131 mins I USA/Germany I 2013 Directed by Brian Percival I Starring Sophie Nelisse, Geoffrey Rush

Academy Award-nominated adaptation of the novel by Marcus Zusak, tells the story of Liesel Meminger, an eccentric young girl who is adopted by working class German couple Hans and Rosa Hubermann as World War II looms. When Jewish refugee Max arrives at the family's door they risk their own safety to shelter him from the Nazis. It marks the beginning of an unusual friendship between Max and Liesel, who shares her love of stories with Max and begins stealing books for him to read during his confinement.

March – April 2014

Experience the best of live theatre at your local cinema. Tickets £12.50/£10

Sat 1 March 7pm NT Live: War Horse (Encore Screening) Sold Out! Sun 30 March 4pm The Bolshoi: Marco Spada

Thu 1 May 7pm NT Live: King Lear

Movies £5.50 (£4.50) I Breakfast Movie All seats £4.50

Special Events/Satellite Broadcasts – prices as listed. Please check our website for any alterations or additions to the programme www.onfife.com/film Deaf & Hard of Hearing please request a closed caption “Captiview” system set when you book your ticket. For details of all film and theatre events on at the Adam Smith Theatre, Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, Lochgelly Centre and Rothes Halls, Glenrothes go to our website at www.onfife.com or join us on facebook at www.facebook.com/onfife and @twitter.com/onfife Digital Equipment Funded by Fife Council’s Capital Grant Scheme

Your Cinema in Kirkcaldy BENNOCHY ROAD, KIRKCALDY KY11ET BOX OFFICE TEL 01592 583302

www.onfife.com


Thu 27 March 7.30pm

Inside Llewyn Davis

Rating 15 I Running Time 105 mins I USA/France I 2013 Directed by Joel Coen, Ethan Coen I Starring Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan Greenwich Village folk musician Llewyn is devastated by the suicide of his singing partner. He ricochets from one gig to the next, begging for temporary refuge on the couches of friends and passing acquaintances including Mitch Gorfein and his wife Lillian. Guitar in tow, huddled against the unforgiving New York winter, he struggles to make it as a musician against seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

Fri 18 April 7.30pm

The Monuments Men (CaptiView)

Rating 12A I Running Time 118 mins I USA/Germany I 2013 Directed by George Clooney I Starring George Clooney, Cate Blanchett Adaptation of Robert M. Edsel's book that follows the men tasked with saving the world's greatest works of art from the Nazis during WWII. But with no previous experience of weapons and tactics, the hastily assembled group soon face a rude awakening when they experience their first live action behind enemy lines.

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Sat 29 March 7.30pm

The Wolf Of Wall Street Rating 18 I Running Time 165 mins I USA I 2013

Directed by Martin Scorsese I Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matthew McConaughey Darkly comic true story of a corrupt Wall Street stockbroker. Adapted from John Belfort’s memoir, it charts his rise to being a high-flying broker, earning nearly a million dollars a week, and his crash back down to earth again.

Tues 15 April 11am & 7.30pm

The Invisible Woman (CaptiView)

Rating 12A I Running Time 111 mins I UK I 2013 Directed by Stephen Frears I Starring Judi Dench, Steve Coogan

Romantic drama adapted from Clare Tomalin’s book about the relationship between celebrated 19th-century novelist Charles Dickens and Nelly, a school teacher. She looks back on her young life as 45-year-old Dickens’ mistress. To avoid scandal they must keep their relationship a secret, meaning Nelly must live an almost invisible existence.

Wed 16 April 7.30pm

August: Osage County (CaptiView) Rating 15 I Running Time 121 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by John Wells I Starring Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts

Grizzled patriarch and acclaimed writer Beverly Weston drowns in the local lake. A look at the lives of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose paths have diverged until this family crisis brings them back to the Oklahoma house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them. Meryl Streep delivers a masterful performance.

Fri 18 April 3pm

Mr Peabody & Sherman (CaptiView) Rating U I Running Time 92 mins I USA I 2013 Directed by Robert Minkoff I Starring Max Charles, Ty Burrell

Sherman is an orphaned boy, who is adopted by Mr Peabody, a talking dog and award-winning businessman. When the little boy lets slip that Mr Peabody has a time travel machine hidden below ground they soon hurtle back in time to experience world-changing events first-hand – finding themselves in a race to repair history and save the future.

Wed 30 April 11am & 7.30pm

The Book Thief (CaptiView)

Rating 12A I Running Time 131 mins I USA/Germany I 2013 Directed by Brian Percival I Starring Sophie Nelisse, Geoffrey Rush

Academy Award-nominated adaptation of the novel by Marcus Zusak, tells the story of Liesel Meminger, an eccentric young girl who is adopted by working class German couple Hans and Rosa Hubermann as World War II looms. When Jewish refugee Max arrives at the family's door they risk their own safety to shelter him from the Nazis. It marks the beginning of an unusual friendship between Max and Liesel, who shares her love of stories with Max and begins stealing books for him to read during his confinement.

March – April 2014

Experience the best of live theatre at your local cinema. Tickets £12.50/£10

Sat 1 March 7pm NT Live: War Horse (Encore Screening) Sold Out! Sun 30 March 4pm The Bolshoi: Marco Spada

Thu 1 May 7pm NT Live: King Lear

Movies £5.50 (£4.50) I Breakfast Movie All seats £4.50

Special Events/Satellite Broadcasts – prices as listed. Please check our website for any alterations or additions to the programme www.onfife.com/film Deaf & Hard of Hearing please request a closed caption “Captiview” system set when you book your ticket. For details of all film and theatre events on at the Adam Smith Theatre, Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, Lochgelly Centre and Rothes Halls, Glenrothes go to our website at www.onfife.com or join us on facebook at www.facebook.com/onfife and @twitter.com/onfife Digital Equipment Funded by Fife Council’s Capital Grant Scheme

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