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Miral

Lemmy

Sat 1 – Thu 6 Jan

Wed 5 – Thu 6 Jan

Director: Julian Schnabel

Director: Greg Olliver, Wes Orshoski

12A (113mins)

Cast: Hiam Abbass, Freida Pinto France/ Israel (2010) A drama centered on an orphaned Palestinian girl growing up in the wake of the first Arab-Israeli war who finds herself drawn into the conflict.

Monsters

12A (93mins) Sat 1 – Tue 4 Jan Director: Gareth Edwards Cast: Scoot McNairy, Whitney Able UK (2010) After a probe crashes in Central America, new life forms began to appear and grow. The story begins with half of Mexico quarantined as an infected zone and a jaded journalist escorting his boss’ daughter to the safety of the border.

15 (116mins)

Cast: Lemmy, Alice Cooper, Dave Brock, Dave Grohl USA (2010) Lemmy is a documentary about the life and career of Ian Fraser “Lemmy” Kilmister, the founding member, lead singer and bass guitarist of the heavy metal band Motorhead.

Somewhere 15 (98mins)

Fri 7 – Thu 13 Jan Director: Sofia Coppola Cast: Stephen Dorff, Elle Fanning USA (2010) This is a witty, moving, and empathetic look into the orbit of the actor Johnny Marco. When his 11-year-old daughter Cleo from his failed marriage arrives unexpectedly their encounters encourage Johnny to confront the question that we all must: which path in life will you take?

Cinema Listings January 2011 Sales and Information 0121 446 3232 www.macarts.co.uk Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, B12 9QH Ticket Prices: Full price £6.50 Concession: £4.50 Matinee (before 5pm) £4 (including family screenings)

We Are What We Are SOMOS LO QUE HAY 15 (89mins)

Thorn in the Heart L’ÉPINE DANS LE COEUR Cert TBC (86mins)

The Shop Around the Corner U (99mins)

The Departure Lounge presents

Wrists

Includes introduction and Q&A by the films makers Cert TBC (89mins)

Fri 7 – Tue 11 Jan

Fri 14 – Mon 17 Jan

Tue 18 – Thu 20 Jan

Director: Jorge Michel Grau

Director: Michel Gondry

Director: Ernst Lubitsch

Cast: Adrian Aguirre, Miriam Balderas

Cast: Suzette Gondry, Jean-Yves Gondry

Cast: Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart

Thu 27 Jan Producers: Andy Paton, George Fleming

Spanish subtitled in English

French subtitled in English

Mexico (2010)

France (2009)

A middle-aged man dies in the street, leaving his widow and three children destitute, the devastated family is confronted not only with his loss but with a terrible challenge - how to survive. For they are cannibals...

Michel Gondry chronicles the life of Gondry family matriarch, his aunt Suzette Gondry, and her relationship with her son, Jean-Yves.

Set in a lovingly evoked Budapest in the run-up to Christmas, this delicate comedy focuses on the various obstacles blocking the path of potential lovers James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan.

The Way Back

The King’s Speech

A Day in the Life

12A (133mins)

12A (115mins)

Director: John Bradburn

UK (2010) One day the rural calm of Julie’s new life is shattered, when she rescues Clark from a motorcycle accident. Slowly she becomes obsessed with him, and allows herself to be drawn into his dark world.

Fri 14 – Thu 20 Jan

Fri 21 – Sun 30 Jan

U (93mins)

Director: Peter Weir

Director: Tom Hooper

Tue 11 – Thu 13 Jan

Cast: Colin Farrell, Mark Strong

U (101mins)

Director: John Krish

USA (2010)

Cast: Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter UK/Australia (2010)

Director: Patrick Keiller

The story of King George VI of Britain, his impromptu ascension to the throne and the speech therapist who helped the unsure monarch become worthy of it.

Narration: Vanessa Redgrave

A selection of four post war documentaries by Jon Krish, dealing with a Britain in transition “The Elephant Will Never Forget” (1953, 10min) “They Took Us to the Sea” (1961, 26min) and “Our School” (1962, 28min) “I Think They Call Him John” (1964, 28min).

Inspired by Slavomir Rawicz’s acclaimed novel The Long Walk and the courageous escape of seven multi-national prisoners from a Soviet Labour Camp in 1941 the story follows their treacherous journey as they battle the elements through Siberia, the Gobi Desert, Tibet, and the Himalayas, in search of safety, refuge and ultimately freedom

Robinson in Ruins Mon 31 Jan – Tue 1 Feb

UK (2010) Patrick Keiller’s eagerly awaited sequel is a beautifully photographed cinematic essay on our current environmental and economic predicament. Narrated by Vanessa Redgrave this is timely, provocative and studded with surreal humour.

Latecomers Policy - For the comfort and enjoyment of all our visitors, latecomers will not be admitted into the cinema once a performance has started.


Cinema Listings - January 2011 Sales & Information 0121 446 3232 www.macarts.co.uk mac, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, B12 9QH Ticket Prices: Full price £6.50 Concession: £4.50 Matinee (before 5pm) £4 (including family screenings) Please note: Due to popular customer demand mac does not admit latecomers or allow food & drink in the cinema.

Jan

Matinee

Early Evening

Late Evening

Sat 1

Miral (6pm)

Monsters (8.30pm)

Sun 2

Monsters (5.30pm)

Miral (7.45pm)

Mon 3

Miral (2pm)

Monsters (7pm)

Tue 4

Miral (2pm)

Monsters (6pm)

Wed 5

Miral (2pm)

Lemmy (7pm)

Thu 6

Fri 7

Miral (5.30pm)

Somewhere (2pm)

Miral (8.10pm)

Lemmy (8pm)

We Are What We Are (7pm)

Sat 8

Somewhere (6pm)

We Are What We Are (8.10pm)

Sun 9

We Are What We Are (6pm)

Somewhere (8pm)

Mon 10

Somewhere (2pm)

We Are What We Are (7pm)

Tue 11

A Day in the Life (2pm)

Somewhere (6pm)

Wed 12

A Day in the Life (2pm)

Somewhere (7pm)

Thu 13

Fri 14

A Day in the Life (6pm)

Thorn in the Heart (2pm)

Sat 15 Sun 16

Thorn in the Heart (6pm)

The Way Back (8pm)

The Way Back (5pm)

Thorn in the Heart (8pm)

The Way Back (2pm)

Thorn in the Heart (7pm)

Tue 18

The Shop Around the Corner (2pm)

The Shop Around the Corner (5.30pm)

Wed 19

The Shop Around the Corner (2pm)

The Way Back (7pm)

Fri 21

The Shop Around the Corner (6pm)

The King’s Speech (2pm)

Somewhere (8.15pm)

The Way Back (7pm)

Mon 17

Thu 20

We Are What We Are (8.10pm)

The Way Back (8pm)

The Way Back (8.15pm)

The King’s Speech (7pm)

Sat 22

The King’s Speech (5.30pm)

The King’s Speech (8.10pm)

Sun 23

The King’s Speech (5pm)

The King’s Speech (7.30pm)

Mon 24

The King’s Speech (2pm)

The King’s Speech (7pm)

Tue 25

The King’s Speech (2pm)

The King’s Speech (6pm)

Wed 26

The King’s Speech (2pm)

The King’s Speech (7pm)

Thu 27

Fri 28

Departure Lounge: WRISTS (6pm)

The King’s Speech (2pm)

The King’s Speech (8.30pm)

The King’s Speech (8.30pm)

The King’s Speech (7pm)

Sat 29

The King’s Speech (5.30pm)

The King’s Speech (8.10pm)

Sun 30

The King’s Speech (5pm)

The King’s Speech (7.30pm)

Mon 31

The King’s Speech (2pm)

Robinson in Ruins (7pm)

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mac cinema guide January  

mac cinema guide January 2011

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