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April - June 2018

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Welcome to the Hull Independent Cinema programme for April - June 2018. For your viewing pleasure we’re delighted to present another fantastic selection of new-release drama, animation, documentary and more, from countries including Russia, Chile and Japan, alongside the best of English-language independent cinema from Britain and the US. Alongside our main programme we welcome back to Hull the fantastic Doc’n Roll Film Festival, five days of incredible documentaries and live music in early May, including our first-ever screening at the legendary New Adelphi Club. Also in May we have another visit from the ever-popular Yorkshire Silent Film Festival, this time for three great film programmes in two days, all featuring the brilliant improvised musical accompaniment of Jonathan Best and friends. And on top of all that, our friends at Cult Cinema Sunday and WeWatchFilms bring us their usual cult movies and classics back on the big screen. It’s going to be another great season of films that you won’t find anywhere else in the city. Why not join us to Discover Something Different?

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Programme contents All the films and events listed in this programme were correct at the time of going to press. Always check our website for the latest listings.

Welcome and contact

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Tickets 3 About Hull Independent Cinema / Membership

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Where to see our films

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Hull Independent Cinema

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Cult Cinema Sunday

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WeWatchFilms

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Yorkshire Silent Film Festival

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Doc'n Roll Film Festival

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Calendar of events

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Admission and film times All HIC screenings begin at 7pm at Hull Truck Theatre or 7.30pm at Vue Cinema Hull unless otherwise stated. The screening room opens 10-15 minutes before the programme begins, although the venues themselves are open earlier. On the door tickets for any HIC screenings at Vue Cinema Hull are only available from HIC’s stand and will not be sold from Vue’s concession counter or by their staff. For details of our partner screenings, Cult Cinema Sunday and WeWatchFilms, check the relevant section of this programme. Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. We reserve the right to refuse admission without refund to customers arriving after the stated programme start time. Programme details are subject to change – always check our website and social media before travelling to an event. HIC ADMISSION PRICES

All tickets (unless otherwise stated)

HIC TICKETS

Standard tickets

Members & Students

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Advance tickets are available online or by phone either from Hull Truck Theatre box office (hulltruck.co.uk / 01482 323638) or from Hull Box Office for all other venues (hullboxoffice.com / 01482 221113). Tickets are sold on the door subject to availability.

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hull independent cinema Hull Independent Cinema is a local charity, run by a small team of volunteers, bringing great film to new audiences as we work towards our long-term goal of a new venue for independent, world and art cinema in Hull. 2017 was a really important and exciting year for HIC. We were the main delivery partner for the Transformative Film Culture for Hull programme. This was managed by Film Hub North, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network led by Showroom Workstation, and supported by the BFI with funding from the National Lottery. This funding also meant that we have

date on that over the coming months. In the meantime we’ll carry on bringing you our core programme of great new independent and world film, alongside offerings from our friends Cult Cinema Sunday and WeWatchFilms, our regular partners Yorkshire Silent FIlm Festival, and the return of Doc’n Roll Film Festival. By coming to one of our films you’re not

been able to do a lot of work planning HIC’s future strategy with external expert support. The HIC team are working hard to turn this work into a development plan to cover the next few years and we’ll be bringing our members and audiences up to

just getting a great night of entertainment, you’re also supporting our long-term plans to create a new independent cinema in Hull. We’re always keen to hear what you think - if you have any ideas or questions please let us know. Thank you for your continued support.

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Fruit, 62-63 Humber Street Hull HU1 1TU Tel: 01482 221113 Vue Cinema Hull, Princes Quay Shopping Centre, Hull HU1 2PQ Tel: 08712 240 240

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Hull Truck Theatre, 50 Ferensway, Hull HU2 8LB Tel: 01482 323638

Cineworld Hull, Gibraltar Road, Kingswood Retail Park, Hull HU7 3DB Tel: 0871 200 2000

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Journey’s End

Loveless

Saul Dibb

Andrey Zvyagintsev

Tue 3 April | 7.30pm

Thu 12 April | 7.30pm

Vue Cinema Hull

Vue Cinema Hull

UK | 2018 | 105 min

Russia | 2017 | 124 min

£7 / £6 Members and Students

£7 / £6 Members and Students

Set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918,

A couple going through a divorce

Journey’s End is the story of a

must team up to find their son

group of British officers, led by the

who has disappeared during one

mentally disintegrating young officer

of their bitter arguments.

Stanhope, as they await their fate. Awards: Nominated, Best Foreign Awards: Toronto International Film Festival,

Language Film - 2018 Academy Awards,

London Film Festival Official Selections

Golden Globes and BAFTAs; Winner,

Language: English

Jury Prize, Cannes Film Festival

Cast: Sam Claflin, Paul Bettany, Asa Butterfield,

Language: Russian with English subtitles

Stephen Graham, Toby Jones, Tom Sturridge

Cast: Yanina Hope, Maryana Spivak, Alexei Rozin, Varvara Shmykova, Matvey Novikov, Daria Pisareva

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You Were Never Really Here

A Fantastic Woman

Lynne Ramsey

Sebastián Lelio

Wed 18 April | 7.00pm

Tue 24 April | 7.30pm

Hull Truck Theatre

Vue Cinema Hull

USA | 2018 | 90 min

Spain / Chile / Germany / USA | 2017 | 104 min

£7 / £6 Members and Students

£7 / £6 Members and Students

A missing teenage girl. A brutal

Marina, a transgender woman who

and tormented enforcer on a

works as a waitress and moonlights

rescue mission. Corrupt power and

as a nightclub singer, is bowled over

vengeance unleash a storm of violence

by the death of her older boyfriend.

that may lead to his awakening. Awards: Winner, Best Foreign Awards: Winner, Best Actor, Best

Language Film, Academy Awards

Screenplay, Cannes Film Festival 2017

2018; Winner, Best International Film,

Language: English

Independent Spirit Awards 2018

Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Ekaterina

Language: Spanish with English subtitles

Samsonov, Alessandro Nivola, Alex

Cast: Daniela Vega, Francisco Reyes,

Manette, John Doman, Judith Roberts

Luis Gnecco, Aline Küppenheim, Nicolás Saavedra, Amparo Noguera

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The Square

Thoroughbreds

Ruben Östlund

Cory Finley

Thu 10 May | 7.30pm

Wed 16 May | 7.00pm

Vue Cinema Hull

Hull Truck Theatre

France / Denmark / Sweden /

USA | 2017 | 93 min

USA | 2017 | 151 min

£7 / £6 Members and Students

£7 / £6 Members and Students

Two upper-class teenage girls in The chief art curator of a prestigious

suburban Connecticut rekindle

Stockholm museum finds himself

their unlikely friendship after years

in times of both professional and

of growing apart. Together, they

personal crisis as he attempts to set

hatch a plan to solve both of their

up a controversial new exhibit.

problems-no matter what the cost.

Awards: Winner Palme d’Or, Cannes

Awards: Sundance Film Festival, London

Film Festival; Winner Best Film, Best

Film Festival, Palm Springs International

Comedy, Best Director, Best Actor, Best

Film Festival Official Selections

Screenplay European Film Awards

Language: English

Language: English, Danish, Swedish

Cast: Olivia Cooke, Anya Taylor-Joy, Anton

with English subtitles

Yelchin, Paul Sparks, Francie Swift, Kaili Vernoff

Cast: Claes Bang, Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West, Terry Notary, Christopher Læssø

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Wonderstruck

Beast

Todd Haynes

Michael Pearce

Wed 23 May | 7.00pm

Thu 31 May | 7.30pm

Hull Truck Theatre

Vue Cinema Hull

USA | 2017 | 118 min

UK | 2017 | 107 min

£7 / £6 Members and Students

£7 / £6 Members and Students

The story of a young boy in the

A troubled woman living in an

Midwest is told simultaneously with

isolated community finds herself

a tale about a young girl in New York

pulled between the control of her

from fifty years ago as they both seek

oppressive family and the allure

the same mysterious connection.

of a secretive outsider suspected

Rating TBC

of a series of brutal murders. Awards: Nominated, Palme d’Or, Cannes Film Festival; London Film Festival, New

Awards: Toronto International Film

York Film Festival, Busan International

Festival, Sundance Film Festival, London

Film Festival Official Selections

Film Festival Offical Selections

Language: English, Spanish with English subtitles

Language: English

Cast: Millicent Simmonds, Julianne Moore,

Cast: Jessie Buckley, Johnny

Michelle Willams, Cory Michael Smith, James

Flynn, Geraldine James

Urbaniak, Damian Young, Patrick Murney

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Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist

Lean on Pete

Lorna Tucker

Tue 12 June | 7.30pm

Andrew Haigh

Vue Cinema Hull Tue 5 June | 7.00pm Hull Truck Theatre UK | 2018 | 83 min | Documentary £7 / £6 Members and Students

Dame Vivienne Westwood is Punk Rock’s Grand Dame. One time agent provocateur, the doyenne of British fashion, an eco-conscious Boudicca and one of the most influential originators in history.

UK | 2017 | 122 min £7 / £6 Members and Students

Charley, a teen living with his single father, finds work caring for an aging racehorse named Lean On Pete. When he learns Pete is bound for slaughter, the two embark on an odyssey across the new American frontier in search of a place to call home. Awards: Venice Film Festival, Toronto

Awards: Nominee, Grand Jury Prize,

International Film Festival Official Selections

Sundance Film Festival; CPH:DOX

Language: English

Film Festival Official Selection

Cast: Travis Fimmel, Steve Buscemi,

Language: English

Chloë Sevigny, Charlie Plummer,

Features: Vivienne Westwood, Ben Westwood,

Steve Zahn, Thomas Mann

Claire Wilcox, Andreas Kronthaler, Peppe Lorefice

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Mary and the Witch’s Flower Hiromasa Yonebayashi

L’Amant Double Rating TBC François Ozon Tue 26 June | 7.30pm

Sat 23 June | 7.00pm

Vue Cinema Hull

Hull Truck Theatre

France | 2017 | 110 min

Japan | 2017 | 102 min £7 / £6 Members and Students £20 / £18 Family Ticket

£7 / £6 Members and Students

Chloé, a fragile young woman, falls in

While spending the last weeks of summer in the countryside, Mary stumbles upon a flower that has magical powers and transforms a little broomstick into one that flies. Mary is whisked away, high above the clouds, and transported to Endor College – a school of magic!

love with her psychoanalyst, Paul. A few months later she moves in with him, but soon discovers that her lover is concealing a part of his identity. Awards: Nominee, Best Director, Cannes Film Festival Language: French with English subtitles Cast: Marine Vacth, Jérémie Renier, Jacqueline Bisset

Language: English Cast: Ruby Barnhill, Kate Winslet, Jim Broadbent, Ewen Bremner

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THE ORIGINAL, CHALLENGING AND JUST PLAIN COOL FROM THE WORLD OF CULT & GENRE FILM. Every second Sunday of the month at the unique warehouse venue Fruit. The night has the perfect mix of Thieving Harry’s Café themed food and drink, free film quiz, prize raffle and custom-made limited edition movie posters.

Tickets from hullboxoffice.com 6.00pm doors / 6.30pm quiz start / 8pm film start

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Wayne’s World Penelope Spheeris Sun 8 April | 6pm | Fruit

Child’s Play

TBC

Tom Holland

Sun 10 June | 6pm | Fruit

Sun 13 May | 6pm | Fruit

Film title to be confirmed please check Cult’s social media nearer the screening date.

USA | 1988 | 87 min

30th Anniversary screening

USA | 1992 | 90 min

A sleazy TV exec offers Wayne and Garth a fat contract to tape their late-night show at his network - but they soon discover the road from basement to big-time is a gnarly one, fraught with danger, temptation and ragin’ party opportunities.

After 6-year-old Andy Barclay’s babysitter is violently pushed out of a window to her death, nobody believes him when he says that “Chucky,” his new birthday doll, did it. Until things start going terribly wrong…dead wrong.

ALTERNATIVE POSTERS CREATED FOR OUR SCREENINGS This Is Spinal Tap Lastleaf Printing

The Breakfast Club Snapper

Batman Returns Jemma Klein

Prints on sale at cultcinemasunday.bigcartel.com

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SHARE THE EXPERIENCE

WeWatchFilms brings classic movies back to the cinema for you to enjoy again, or for the very first time. Whether you like blockbusters, comedy, romance or drama, come share the experience with us back on the big screen at Cineworld Hull.

Join us at 7.15pm in the bar for our regular free to enter The Big Movie Quiz!, with prizes to be won before the film starts at 8pm. Tickets Cineworld Hull box office or online at cineworld.co.uk Cineworld Unlimited Card members go FREE! Child / Student / Senior ÂŁ4.70 Adult ÂŁ9.70 wewatchfilmsUK

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BACK TO THE FUTURE Robert Zemeckis Mon 16 April | 7.15pm Quiz / 8pm Film Cineworld Hull USA | 1985 | 116 min

80s teenager Marty McFly inadvertently disrupts his parents’ first meeting and attracts his mother’s romantic interest when he’s accidentally sent thirty years into the past in a time-traveling DeLorean invented by his close friend, the maverick scientist Doc Brown.

THE DARK CRYSTAL Jim Henson, Frank Oz Mon 14 May | 7.15pm Quiz / 8pm Film Cineworld Hull USA / UK | 1983 | 90 min

35th Anniversary Screening On another planet in the distant past, a Gelfling embarks on a quest to find the missing shard of a magical crystal and restore order to his world, before the grotesque race of Skeksis find and use the crystal for evil.

TOTAL RECALL Paul Verhoeven Mon 11 June | 7.15pm Quiz / 8pm Film Cineworld Hull USA | 1990 | 113 min

Construction worker Douglas Quaid discovers a memory chip in his brain during a virtualreality trip. He also finds that his past has been invented to conceal a plot of planetary domination. Soon, he’s off to Mars to find out who he is and who planted the chip.


Silent film with live music returns to Hull Yorkshire Silent Film Festival is the UK’s largest celebration of live-scored silent film, taking place every May in cinemas, theatres and community venues across the region. This year, the festival visits Hull Truck with three superb screenings, each accompanied with live music. Single Film: £9/£8 Members and Students 2 Films Pass (Saturday only): £15/£13 Members and Students 3 Films Pass: £24/£21 Members and Students

SOUTH - SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON’S GLORIOUS EPIC OF THE ANTARCTIC Directed by Frank Hurley UK | 1919 | 80 min

Fri 25 May, 7.00pm South is the film record of Sir Ernest Shackleton's heroic but ill-starred attempt to cross Antarctica in 1914-16. It is both a unique historical document, and a tribute to the indomitable courage of a small party of men who set out on a voyage of discovery that turned into an epic struggle for survival. At the film’s centre is the astonishing sight of the ship, Endurance, trapped in the ice. Photographer Frank Hurley captured his most dramatic shots in the blackness of the polar night by surrounding the ship with twelve magnesium flares. These ghostly images of Endurance in its final hours are among the most unforgettable images in early cinema.


PROFESSOR VANESSA’S PERFORMING WONDERS Early 1900s | 90 min

HAROLD LLOYD IN SPEEDY Directed by Ted Wilde USA | 1928 | 100 min

Sat 26 May, 3.30pm Hosted by Yorkshire’s own Professor Vanessa, join us for an afternoon of spectacular and remarkable entertainments celebrating the 250th anniversary of Circus. Featuring early films of dancing pigs, circus performers, balancing wonders and other amazing sights, this extravagant musical showcase of late-Victorian and Edwardian performance is a unique chance to see some of the most unusual and fascinating early films from archives around the world. Special thanks to Library of Congress, Lobster Films and the National Fairground and Circus Archive.

Sat 26 May, 7.00pm Harold Lloyd saves the last horse-drawn trolley car from extinction in Speedy, his last silent comedy – and one of his best. An engaging caper shot on location in New York, Speedy shows off the city as it was in 1928, including a beautiful sequence at Coney Island’s Luna Park and a breathtaking finale chase through the streets of Manhattan. Speedy is showing with a surprise Laurel and Hardy short film and the whole show will be accompanied by live piano and percussion.

Book tickets: hulltruck.co.uk Part of Yorkshire Silent Film Festival 8 - 27 May 2018 See what else is on at ysff.co.uk

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DOC’N ROLL RETURNS TO HULL! Doc’n Roll Film Festival - the UK’s music

of the best new documentaries

documentary festival - is delighted

- all of them Hull premieres.

to return to Hull in collaboration with HIC this May, for a second

Focusing on genres from techno,

unmissable edition of sound & vision.

post punk, jazz, rock and grunge these films capture the legends and

Once again, Doc’n Roll serves up

mavericks, the path-breakers and

a hand-picked selection of six

reluctant icons - not to be missed!

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OF ELLA FITZGERALD Katja Duregger Wed 2 May | 7.00pm Hull Truck Theatre Germany | 2017 | 52 min | Unrated (18) £7 / £6 Members and Students

Focusing on the phenomenon of her extraordinary voice, PURE LOVE pays tribute to ‘The First Lady of Song’, Ella Fitzgerald. Language: English and German with English subtitles Cast: Kathleen Renish, Ella Fitzgerald, Judith Tick

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RAVING IRAN Sue Meures Thu 3 May | 7.00pm Hull Truck Theatre Switzerland | 2016 | 84 min | Unrated (18) £7 / £6 Members and Students

Two DJs in Tehran are battling to play the music they love and set up dance parties but the local regime does not look well on harbingers of western culture. Awards: Winner Best Documentary, Zurich Film Festival; HotDocs Fest, International Documentary Festival Amsterdam, Stockholm Film Festival Official Selection Language: Persian, English, German with English subtitles Cast: Blade&Beard

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VARIATIONS Johanna St Michaels Fri 4 May | 7.00pm Hull Truck Theatre UK / Sweden | 2017 | 85 min | Unrated (18) £7 / £6 Members and Students

Matt Johnson of the band THE THE, known for his intensely personal and political songs, has remained silent for 15 years. Conflicted by creative inertia, he has observed from the sidelines as corporate state propaganda has swamped the cultural airwaves. Awards: CPH DOX, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Tempo Documentary Film Festival Official Selections Language: English Cast: Matt Johnson, Johanna St Michaels, Tim Pope

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CHASING TRANE: THE JOHN COLTRANE DOCUMENTARY John Scheinfeld Sat 5 May | 3.00pm Hull Truck Theatre USA | 2016 | 99 min | Unrated (18) £7 / £6 Members and Students

CHASING TRANE explores the global power and impact of the music of John Coltrane and reveals the passions, experiences and forces that shaped his life and revolutionary sounds. Awards: Toronto International Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, DOC NYC, International Documentary Festival Amsterdam Official Selections Language: English Cast: John Coltrane, Denzel Washington, Common, Reggie Workman, Ravi Coltrane

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LIFE IN 12 BARS Lili Fini Zanuck Sat 5 May | 7.00pm Hull Truck Theatre UK | 2017 | 131 min £7 / £6 Members and Students

A look at the life and work of guitarist Eric Clapton, told by those who have known him best, including BB King, Jimi Hendrix, and George Harrison. Awards: Winner, Top Five Documentaries, National Board of Review; Toronto International Film Festival, Camden International Film Festival, International Documentary Festival Amsterdam Official Selections Language: English Cast: Eric Clapton, Pattie Boyd, George Harrison, BB King, Jimi Hendrix

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L7: PRETEND WE’RE DEAD (+ live band) Sarah Price Sun 6 May | 7.00pm The Adelphi Club USA | 2016 | 87 min | Unrated (18) £9 / £8 Members and Students

A real time journey witnessing the rise, fall, and ultimate redemption of the fierce feminist pioneers of American grunge punk: L7. Awards: Nominated, NME Award for Best Music Film; DOC New York Official Selection Language: English Cast: L7, Exene Cervenka (X), Krist Novoselic (Nirvana), Shirley Manson (Garbage), Louise Post (Veruca Salt), Joan Jett

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Calendar of events January - March 2018 Date

Film

Venue

Time

Price

Page

Tue 3 April

Journey’s End

Vue Cinema Hull

7.30pm

£7 / £6

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Sun 8 April

Wayne’s World

Fruit

6.00pm

£5 / £4

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Thu 12 April

Loveless

Vue Cinema Hull

7.30pm

£7 / £6

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Mon 16 April

Back to the Future

Cineworld Hull

8.00pm

£9.70 / £4.70

15

Wed 18 April

You Were Never Really Here

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£7 / £6

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Tue 24 April

A Fantastic Woman

Vue Cinema Hull

7.30pm

£7 / £6

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Wed 2 May

Doc’n Roll Festival: Pure Love: The Voice of Ella Fitzgerald

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£7 / £6

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Thu 3 May

Doc’n Roll Festival: Raving Iran

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£7 / £6

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Fri 4 May

Doc’n Roll Festival: The Inertia Variations

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£7 / £6

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Sat 5 May

Doc’n Roll Festival: Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary

Hull Truck Theatre

3.00pm

£7 / £6

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Sat 5 May

Doc’n Roll Festival: Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£7 / £6

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Sun 6 May

Doc’n Roll Festival: L7: Pretend We’re Dead + live band

The Adelphi Club

7.00pm

£9 / £8

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Thu 10 May

The Square

Vue Cinema Hull

7.30pm

£7 / £6

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Sun 13 May

Child’s Play

Fruit

6.00pm

£5 / £4

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Mon 14 May

The Dark Crystal

Cineworld Hull

8.00pm

£9.70 / £4.70

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Wed 16 May

Thoroughbreds

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£7 / £6

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Film

Venue

Wed 23 May

Wonderstruck

Fri 25 May

Partner Screenings

Time

Price

Page

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£7 / £6

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Yorkshire Silent Film Festival: South

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£9 / £8

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Sat 26 May

Yorkshire Silent Film Festival: Professor Vanessa’s Performing Wonders

Hull Truck Theatre

3.30pm

£9 / £8

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Sat 26 May

Yorkshire Silent Film Festival: Speedy + Laurel and Hardy short

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£9 / £8

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Thu 31 May

Beast

Vue Cinema Hull

7.30pm

£7 / £6

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Tue 5 June

Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£7 / £6

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Sun 10 June

TBC

Fruit

6.00pm

£5 / £4

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Mon 11 June

Total Recall

Cineworld Hull

8.00pm

£9.70 / £4.70

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Tue 12 June

Lean on Pete

Vue Cinema Hull

7.30pm

£7 / £6

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Sat 23 June

Mary and the Witch’s Flower

Hull Truck Theatre

7.00pm

£7 / £6

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Tue 26 June

L’Amant Double

Vue Cinema Hull

7.30pm

£7 / £6

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