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Free Men (2pm) Moonrise Kingdom (2pm) Midnight in Paris (2pm)

Free Men (5pm) Moonrise Kingdom (7.30pm) Moonrise Kingdom (7pm) Quatermass and the Pit (6pm) Moonrise Kingdom (8.10pm) Woody Allen: A Documentary (7pm)

Thu 5 Fri 6

Midnight in Paris (6pm) Cinema Bambino: Moonrise Kingdom Late September (6pm) (11am)

Woody Allen: A Documentary (8.10pm) A Royal Affair (8pm)

Sat 7

A Royal Affair (5pm)

Late September (8pm)

Sun 8

Late September (5pm)

A Royal Affair (7pm)

Mon 9

A Royal Affair (2pm)

Late September (7pm)

Tue 10 Wed 11

A Royal Affair (2pm) A Royal Affair (2pm)

Personal Best (5.40pm) Personal Best (7pm)

A Royal Affair (8.15pm) The Raid (8.15pm)

Thu 12

A Royal Affair (5.40pm)

Personal Best (8.25pm)

Fri 13

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (6pm) Silent Souls (8.30pm)

Sat 14

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (6pm) Silent Souls (8.30pm)

Sun 15

Silent Souls (6pm)

Mon 16

Silent Souls (2pm)

The Angels’ Share (7pm) (s) (a)

Tue 17

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (2pm)

The Angels’ Share (8pm) (s) (a)

Sing Your Song (6pm)

The Angels’ Share (8.15pm)

Wed 18

Sing Your Song (6pm)

The Angels’ Share (8.15pm)

Thu 19

Talk Film Open: The Angels’ Share (6pm)

Sing Your Song (8.15pm)

Fri 20

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (5.40pm)

The Hunter (8.15pm)

Sat 21

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (5pm) The Last Projectionist (6pm)

The Hunter (8pm)

Sun 22

The Hunter (8pm)

The Hunter (2pm)

The Last Projectionist (7pm)

Tue 24

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2pm) (s) (a)

The Hunter (6pm)

Kosmos (8.05pm)

Kosmos (6pm)

The Hunter (8.30pm)

Thu 26

The Hunter (2pm)

Fri 27

Frankenstein (7.30pm) Killer Joe (6pm)

Sat 28 Sun 29

Frankenstein (2pm)

Mon 30 Tue 31

The Giants (2pm) The Women on the 6th Floor (2pm)

Aug Wed 1 Thu 2

The Women on the 6th Floor (8.15pm) The Women on the 6th Floor (6pm) Killer Joe (8.15pm) The Women on the 6th Floor Killer Joe (8pm) (5.30pm) Killer Joe (7pm) The Giants (6pm) Killer Joe (8pm)

The Giants (6pm) Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present (6pm)

Cinema July 2012 Moonrise Kingdom 12A (94mins)

Mon 23

Wed 25

image: The Angels’ Share

Late Evening

Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present (8pm) The Giants (8.20pm)

Director: Wes Anderson Cast: Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray USA | 2012 A pair of young lovers flee their New England town, which causes a local search party to fan out and try to find them. Featuring an all star ensemble cast including Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton and Jason Schwartzman. Includes Cinema Bambino Fri 6 Jul, 11am

The Giants (Les Géants) 15 (84mins)

Director: Bouli Lanners Cast: Paul Bartel, Zacharie Chasseriaud Belgium | 2011 | Subtitled Teenage brothers Seth and Zak are abandoned at their late grandfather’s house for the summer. When money runs low, the two boys scheme to rent out the house to a local drug dealer. Winner of the SACD Prize and Art Cinema Award at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

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MADE IN BRITAIN SEASON ICO and Studiocanal celebrate the finest in vintage British film

Quatermass and the Pit

15 (97mins) Director: Roy Ward Baker Cast: James Donald, Andrew Keir, Barbara Shelley, Julian Glover UK | 1967 Tue 3 Jul, 6pm Classic Hammer Horror, in which an ancient Martian spaceship is unearthed in London, and proves to have powerful psychic effects on the people around.

Woody Allen: A Documentary

15 (113mins) Director: Robert B. Weide USA | 2012 Insightful documentary about that maps out Woody Allen’s life and career, from a teenage stand-up, right through to last year’s commercial and critical success, Midnight in Paris. Includes contributions from friends and colleagues such as Dick Cavett, Penélope Cruz and Diane Keaton.

Midnight in Paris

12A (94mins) Director: Woody Allen Cast: Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates Spain | USA |2011 A romantic-comedy-fantasy, following a group of Americans  visiting Paris for business and pleasure. The party includes a young engaged couple, forced to confront the illusion that a life different from theirs would be much better.

Late September

15 (87mins) Director: Jon Sanders Cast: Jan Chappell, Douglas Finch, Bob Goody UK | 2012 A woman organises a birthday celebration for her husband of almost forty years in a beautiful Kent house. Old rifts, new relationships and secrets emerge amongst friends over a 24-hour period.

A Royal Affair

(En kongelig affære) 15 (137mins) Director: Nikolaj Arcel Cast: Mads Mikkelsen, Alicia Vikander, Mikkel Følsgaard Denmark | 2012 | Subtitled A young queen, married to an insane king in 18th century Denmark, has a relationship with the royal physician and together they start a revolution that changes a nation forever.

Sing Your Song

12A (104mins) Director: Susanne Rostock USA | 2011 Documentary highlighting the untold story of Harry Belafonte, recounting his life and legacy not only as a great entertainer, but also as an important activist in the Civil Rights movement.

Free Men

(Les Hommes Libres) 12A (99mins) Director: Ismaël Ferroukhi Cast: Tahar Rahim, Michael Lonsdale, Mahmud Shalaby France | 2011 | Subtitled In Paris during WWII, an Algerian immigrant is inspired to join the resistance by his unexpected friendship with a Jewish man.

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen 12A (107mins) Director: Lasse Hallström Cast: Ewan McGregor, Emily Blunt, Kristin Scott Thomas UK | 2012

Adaptation of Paul Torday’s popular novel about a fisheries expert who is approached to try and realise a wealthy sheikh’s dream of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert.

Silent Souls

(Ovsyanki) 15 (78mins) Director: Aleksei Fedorchenko Cast: Yuliya Aug, Larisa Damaskina, Olga Dobrina Russia | 2010 | Subtitled Acclaimed Russian drama, nominated for the Golden Lion at the 67th Venice Film Festival. After his wife’s death, Miron asks his colleague to accompany him on a journey across Russia to cremate her body.

The Angels’ Share

15 | 104mins Director: Ken Loach Cast: Paul Brannigan, John Henshaw, Gary Maitland UK | France | 2012 After narrowly avoiding jail, new dad Robbie vows to turn over a new leaf. When he and his friends visit a whisky distillery a route to a new life becomes apparent... Includes subtitled and audio described screenings: Sun 15 Jul, 8pm, and Mon 16 Jul, 7pm TALK FILM OPEN: Thu 19 Jul Join us after the 6pm screening of The Angel’s Share, for an open discussion led by Bafta Awardwinning mac birmingham tutor, Michael B. Clifford, and a special guest speaker tba.

The Last Projectionist 12A (81mins) Director: Tom Lawes UK | 2011

The Last Projectionist charts the amazing history of UK independent cinema, taking a tour of some of the most magical picture houses in the world, focusing on The Electric Cinema in Birmingham, the oldest working cinema in Britain.


12A (122mins) Director: Reha Erdem Cast: Sermet Yesil, Türkü Turan Turkey | Bulgaria | 2010 | Subtitled Kosmos appears as if from nowhere on the outskirts of an isolated snow swept town. Although first hailed a miracle worker when he saves a young boy from drowning, the local inhabitants soon start to distrust his mysterious powers.

The Women on the 6th Floor

(Les femmes du 6ème étage) 12A (106mins) Director: Philippe Le Guay Cast: Fabrice Luchini, Sandrine Kiberlain, Natalia Verbeke France | 2011 | Subtitled A bourgeois couple in 60s Paris find their routine lives turned upside down by a new Spanish maid who introduces them to an alternative way of life on the sixth floor.

The Hunter

15 (102mins) Director: Daniel Nettheim Cast: Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill Australia | 2011 A mercenary hunter is hired by a military biotech company to follow up on two sightings of the presumably extinct Tasmanian Tiger. Based on the critically acclaimed novel by Julia Leigh.

Killer Joe

18 (102mins) Director: William Friedkin Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Emile Hirsch, Juno Temple USA | 2011 Chris finds that his life is on the line when he encounters a dangerous debt. His solution? Hiring a hit man to kill his own mother in return for a neat sum of life insurance. Directed by Academy Award winner William Friedkin, and written by Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts.

Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present 15 (106mins) Director: Matthew Akers Cast: Marina Abramovic USA | 2012

Feature-length documentary that follows the artist as she prepares for a major retrospective of her work at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Not only is this retrospective a highlight of her career, it is also the chance to finally silence the question she has been hearing for four decades: ‘But why is this art?’

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

12A (124mins) Director: John Madden Cast: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Tom Wilkinson UK | 2012 A group of English pensioners travel to India, enticed by advertisements for the newly restored Marigold Hotel, but find that the hotel falls short of the romantic idyll promised in the brochure... Includes subtitled and audio described screenings: Tue 24 Jul, 2pm

National Theatre Live: Frankenstein 15 (120mins)

Director: Danny Boyle Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Johnny Lee Miller Thu 26, 7.30pm | Sun 29 Jul, 2pm Danny Boyle’s electrifying stage production Frankenstein enjoyed a sell-out run at the National Theatre, and went on to win awards including the 2012 Olivier Award for Best Actor for Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller. First broadcast to cinemas in 2011, this is your chance to catch the production as an encore screening at mac birmingham. Jonny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch alternated the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Creature throughout the show’s run at the National Theatre. For these screenings, Johnny Lee Miller will play the role of Victor Frankenstein and Benedict Cumberbatch will play the role of the Creature.

Projectionist Pick To celebrate all things sporting this Summer, we screen a 1982 classic.

Personal Best

18 (127mins) Director: Robert Towne Cast: Mariel Hemingway, Scott Glenn, Patrice Donnelly USA | 1982 A group of women strive to make the 1980 American Olympic team with young athlete Chris bouncing between the beds of her male coach Terry and her female friend, competitor, and role model Tory.

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