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Date

Matinee

Early Evening

Evening

Sat 1

Screen Juniors: NeverEnding Story (2pm)

Beware Mr Baker (6pm)

Me & You (8.10pm)

Sun 2

UK Green Film Festival: Trashed (2pm)

Me & You (6pm)

Beware Mr Baker (8.10pm)

Mon 3

Me & You (2pm)

Beware Mr Baker (6pm)

Flickpic Winner (8.30pm)

Tue 4

White Elephant (2pm)

Beware Mr Baker (4.30pm)

Glyndebourne LIVE: Adriadne auf Naxos - Strauss (7pm)

Wed 5

Beware Mr Baker (2pm)

UK Green Film Festival: Peak (6pm)

White Elephant (8pm)

White Elephant (6pm)

Beware Mr Baker (8.30pm)

Thu 6 Fri 7

Cinema Bambino: The Great Gatsby (11am)

The Great Gatsby (5.30pm)

The Great Gatsby (8.15pm)

Sat 8

UK Green Film Festival: More Than Honey (4pm)

Gimme the Loot (5.45pm)

The Great Gatsby (7.45pm)

The Great Gatsby (5.30pm) (s) (a)

Gimme the Loot (8.30pm)

Mon 10

Cape Hill Primary showcase (2.30pm)

Gimme the Loot (6pm)

The Great Gatsby (8pm)

Tue 11

The Great Gatsby (11am)

In the Fog (5.45pm)

The Great Gatsby (8.15pm)

Wed 12

Cape Hill Primary showcase (2.30pm)

The Great Gatsby (5.30pm)

In the Fog (8.20pm)

Thu 13

In the Fog (2pm)

NT Live: The Audience (7pm)

Fri 14

The Great Gatsby (2pm) (s) (a)

Something in the Air (7pm)

Sun 9

Sat 15

Something in the Air (5pm)

Bollywood 100: Pyaasa (7.30pm)

Sun 16

NT Live: The Audience Encore (2pm)

The Great Gatsby (5.30pm)

Something in the Air (8.20pm)

Mon 17

Something in the Air (2pm)

The Great Gatsby (7pm) (s) (a)

Tue 18

The Great Gatsby (2pm)

Village at the end of the World (6pm)

Wed 19

Village at the end of the World (2pm)

Aguirre Wrath of God (7pm)

Something in the Air (8pm)

Thu 20

Aguirre Wrath of God (6pm)

Village at the end of the World (8pm)

Fri 21

Behind the Candelabra (6pm)

Eye of the Storm (8.30pm)

Sat 22

Eye of the Storm (5.30pm)

Behind the Candelabra (8pm)

Eye of the Storm (5.30pm)

Behind the Candelabra (8pm)

Sun 23

Glyndebourne: Falstaff – Verdi (2pm)

Mon 24

Eye of the Storm (2pm)

Tue 25

Benjamin Britten Peace and Conflict (2pm)

Behind the Candelabra (7pm) Behind the Candelabra (6pm)

Behind the Candelabra (8.30pm)

Wed 26

Benjamin Britten Peace and Conflict (6pm)

Behind the Candelabra (8.20pm)

Thu 27

Behind the Candelabra (6pm)

Benjamin Britten Peace and Conflict (8.30pm)

Fri 28

Populaire (6pm)

Much Ado about Nothing (8.20pm) Outdoor Arena: Sunrise (9pm)

Sat 29

Much Ado about Nothing (6pm)

Populaire (8.20pm)

Sun 30

Populaire (6pm)

Much Ado about Nothing (8.20pm)

(s)(a) Subtitled & audio described screenings

Please note screenings & times may be subject to change.

Cinema Jun 2013

Image: The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

Projectionist Pick:

Director: Baz Luhrmann Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joel Edgerton, Tobey Maguire English | 2013

12A (128 mins)

12A (143 mins)

An adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Long Islandset novel, where Midwesterner Nick Carraway is lured into the lavish world of his neighbour, Jay Gatsby. Soon enough, however, Carraway will see through the cracks of Gatsby’s nouveau riche existence.

In the Fog (V Tumane)

Director: Arthur Lubin Cast: Vladimir Svirskiy, Vladislav Abashin Russian | 2013 | Subtitled Western frontiers of the USSR, 1942. The region is under German occupation. A man is wrongly accused of collaboration. Desperate to save his dignity, he faces impossible an moral choice.

Includes subtitled and audio described screenings: Sun 9 Jun, 5.30pm, Fri 14 Jun, 2pm & Mon 17 Jun, 7pm

Ticket Prices Full Price £7, Concession £5 Screen Juniors £3 Cinema Bambino: £5 (under 12 months free)*

*Screenings from our core programme for parents / carers & children under 12 months

Sales & Information | 0121 446 3232 www.macarts.co.uk Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, B12 9QH Registered charity no: 528979


UK Green Film Festival: A programme of award winning environmental films sponsored by Friends of the Earth.

Trashed

Sun 2 Jun, 2pm 12A (98 mins) Director: Candida Brady English | 2012 We buy it, we bury it, we burn it and then we ignore it, but what happens to all the trash we produce? A documentary with Jeremy Irons

Peak

Wed 5 Jun, 6pm 12A (86 mins) Director: Hennes Lang German | 2011 | Subtitled Peak observes the process of landscape transformation and asks vital questions about the relationship between nature and technology.

More Than Honey Fri 7 Jun, 4pm PG (95 mins)

Director: Markus Imhoof Switzerland/ Germany/ Austria | 2011 | Subtitled A compelling in-depth look at honeybees in California, Switzerland, China and Australia.

Beware of Mr Baker 15 (92 mins)

Director: Jay Bulger USA | 2012 A documentary about legendary drummer and wild man Ginger Baker.

Gimme the Loot 15 (79 mins)

Director: Adam Leon Cast: Tashiana Washington English | 2012 When a rival gang buffs Malcolm and Sofia’s latest graffiti masterpiece they’re determined to get spectacular revenge.

Aguirre Wrath of God PG (91 mins)

Director: Werner Herzog Cast: Klaus Kinski German | 1972 | Subtitled A Spanish expedition leaves the mountains of Peru in search of gold and wealth.

Eye of the Storm 15 (119 mins)

Director: Fred Schepisi Cast: Charlotte Rampling, Geoffrey Rush English | 2011 A savage exploration of family relationships - and the sharp undercurrents of love and hate, comedy and tragedy, which define them.

Bollywood 100: Pyaasa U (146 mins)

Director: Guru Dutt Cast: Waheeda Rehman Hindi | 1957 | Subtitled A struggling young poet, unemployed and destitute builds a friendship with a local prostitute. With her help the poet is published and celebrated among the wealthy of India.

NT Live: The Audience

Live: Thu 13 Jun, 7pm Encore: Sun 16 Jun, 2pm Director: Stephen Daldry Cast: Helen Mirren Winner of two Olivier Awards for Best Actress (Helen Mirren) and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Richard McCabe).

White Elephant (Elefante Blanco) 15 (105mins)

Director: Pablo Trapero Cast:, Ricardo Darín Spanish | 2012 | Subtitled A powerful story from Argentina, inspired by the work of the late Father Carlos Mugica.

Me and You (Io e te) 15 (96 mins)

Director: Bernardo Bertolucci Cast: Tea Falco Italian | Subtitled An introverted teenager tells his parents he is going on a ski trip, but instead spends his time alone in a basement.

Behind the Candelabra 15 (118 mins)

Director: Steven Soderbergh Cast: Matt Damon, Michael Douglas, Rob Lowe English | 2013 A brilliantly funny and revealing 1970s set tragic comedy, about the life of Liberace and his young lover Scott Thorson.

Glyndebourne Festival:

Six opera’s from Glyndebourne’s 2013 festival screened in the comfort of mac ’s cinema.

Ariadne auf Naxos Richard Straus LIVE Live: Tue 4 Jun, 7pm

Glyndebourne Festival 2013 opens with a new production of this compelling and intricately crafted collaboration between composer Richard Strauss and writer Hugo Von Hofmannsthal.

Screen Juniors: Monthly film screenings celebrating the world of children’s cinema. With free drop-in animation activities before the screening, 11am-2pm.

The NeverEnding Story

Sat 1 Jun, 2pm | Tickets £3 U | (94mins) Director: Wolfgang Petersen Cast: Noah Hathaway English | 1984 Bastian escapes school and the bullies that torment him by hiding in the school attic where he begins reading an old book which quickly draws him into the mythical land of Fantasia.

Populaire

12A (111mins) Director: Régis Roinsard Cast: Romain Duris French, English & German | 2012 | Subtitled French comedy set in the 1950s about a young woman who turns out to be a demon typist.

Village at the End of the World 12A (82 mins)

Something in the Air 15 (122mins)

Director: Sarah Gavron North American Indian | Subtitled

Director: Olivier Assayas Cast: Clément Métayer French | English | Italian Subtitled

Documentary charting life in one of the remotest locations on earth.

A group of young Europeans search for a way to continue the revolution.

Benjamin Britten Peace and Conflict

Much Ado About Nothing

PG (109mins)

12A (167mins)

Director: Tony Britten Cast: John Hurt, Bradley Hall English | 2013

Director: Joss Whedon Cast: Amy Acker English | 2013

A documentary focusing on the composer’s lifelong commitment to pacifism.

Director Joss Whedon’s fresh adaptation of Shakespeare’s much loved comedy.

Sundown Cinema Presented in association with

Sunrise

U (91 mins) Ticket £10 (£8) Director: FW Murnau (79 mins) English | 1927

Remember: Outdoor events go ahead come rain or come shine, so bring your sun block, wellies and blankets.

The arena becomes an al fresco picturehouse, playing host to FW Murnau’s first Hollywood film which combines sweeping romance and technical wizardry to create an unforgettable cinematic experience - with a live score by Alcyona Mick.

FlickPic You Choose What’s viewed... Outside To celebrate ‘mac at fifty’ we’re running Flickpic, a very special programme of films from the last 50 years. We’ve asked for all of you to nominate a longlist of films that you’d love to see in our Outdoor Arena. Lookout for our shortlist then get voting.

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