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FEBRUARY / march 2013

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New at macrobert Each month, macrobert brings you some of the biggest blockbusters to hit the screen along with some outstanding foreign films and even some touching documentaries.

Lincoln Steven Spielberg / USA 2012 / 150 min / (12A) Contains infrequent moderate war violence, gore and strong language

Fri 22 Feb 7.30pm Sat 23 Feb 5.00pm Sun 24 Feb 8.00pm Tue 26 Feb 2.00pm** & 7.30pm **Midweek Matinee Screening

Nominated for 12 Academy Awards, Steven Spielberg’s revealing drama focuses on the 16th President’s tumultuous final months in office. In a nation divided by war and the strong winds of change, Lincoln pursues a course of action designed to end the war, unite the country and abolish slavery.

Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings Roberts Gannaway, Peggy Holmes / USA 2012 / 75 min / (U) Contains no material likely to offend or harm Sat 23 Feb 2.00pm Sun 24 Feb 2.00pm

Tinker Bell and her fairy friends journey into the forbidden world of the Mysterious Winter Woods, where curiosity and adventure leads her to an amazing discovery and reveals a magical secret that could change their world forever.

Django Unchained Quentin Tarantino / USA 2013 / 165 min / (18) Contains strong bloody violence

Sat 23 Feb 8.00pm Sun 24 Feb 4.30pm Mon 25 Feb 7.30pm Thu 28 Feb 2.00pm** **Midweek Matinee Screening

Nominated for 5 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Quentin Tarantino delves into the western genre with Django Unchained. A slave in America’s Deep South, Django is rescued from his violent owners by bounty hunter Dr King Schultz and is made a deal. If he leads Schultz to a ruthless gang of killers known as the Brittle Brothers he will help Django free his wife from the Candyland plantation and grant him his freedom.


Quartet Dustin Hoffman / UK 2012 / 98 min / (12A) Contains strong language

Fri 1 Mar 7.30pm Sat 2 Mar 5.00pm Sun 3 Mar 8.00pm Tue 5 Mar 2.00pm** **Midweek Matinee Screening

Dustin Hoffman makes his directorial debut with Quartet, a comedy drama that counts some of Britain’s best-loved actors amongst its cast. Set in a home for retired opera singers, The story follows Wilf, Reggie and Cissy as they plan their annual fund-raising concert, and the disharmony that occurs when temperamental former opera superstar Jean Horton suddenly takes up residence in their happy home.

Monsters Inc Pete Docter, David Silverman / USA 2001 / 92 min / (U) Contains mild comic violence

Sat 2 Mar 2.00pm Sun 3 Mar 2.00pm

Sulley and his wisecracking best friend Mike are the top scare team at a large scream-processing factory that collects the screams of human children. Believed by monsters to be toxic, children are strictly forbidden from entering Monstropolis. But when a little girl named Boo accidentally follows Sulley back into his world, he finds his career in jeopardy and his life in utter chaos.

The Sessions Ben Lewin / USA 2012 / 95 min / (15) Contains strong sex and sex references

Sat 2 Mar 8.00pm Sun 3 Mar 5.00pm Mon 4 Mar 7.30pm Thu 7 Mar 2.00pm**

Based on the autobiographical work of journalist and poet Mark O’Brien, The Sessions is the frank story of his attempts to lose his virginity despite the fact that he’s confined to an iron lung. With the help of his therapists and the guidance of his priest, he sets out to make his dream a reality.

**Midweek Matinee Screening

What Richard Did Leonard Abrahamson / USA 2012 / 87 min / (15) Scene of strong violent fight, frequent strong language. moderate/strong sex scenes

Tue 5 Mar 7.30pm Wed 6 Mar 7.30pm Thu 7 Mar 7.30pm

Scripted by University of Stirling graduate Malcolm Campbell, What Richard Did tells the story of Richard Karlsen, athlete and achiever, who is enjoying his final summer in South Dublin before starting on his path to University when, without warning, he does something that changes the course of his life forever.


Pitch Perfect Jason Moore / USA 2012 / 107 min / (12A) Contains moderate language and frequent moderate sex

Sat 9 Mar 2.00pm Sun 10 Mar 2.00pm Wed 13 Mar 7.30pm

Feisty co-ed, Beca joins a collegiate a cappella group and soon discovers all the songs they perform are at least a decade old. She soon upgrades their song selection for the 21st century during the run-up to a major competition to set the group apart and leave their rivals in the dust.

Zero Dark Thirty Kathryn Bigelow / USA 2012 / 157 min / (15) Contains strong language, violence and scenes of torture

Sat 9 Mar 4.30pm Sun 10 Mar 8.00pm Tue 12 Mar 2.00pm** & 7.30pm **Midweek Matinee Screening

Nominated for 5 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, this is the story of history’s greatest manhunt for the world’s most dangerous man. For a decade, an elite team of intelligence and military operatives, working in secret across the globe, devoted themselves to a single goal: to find and eliminate Osama bin Laden.

Flight Robert Zemeckis / USA 2012 / 138 min / (15) Contains strong language, sex references, nudity and drug & alcohol misuse

Sat 9 Mar 8.00pm Sun 10 Mar 4.30pm Mon 11 Mar 7.30pm Thu 14 Mar 2.00pm** **Midweek Matinee Screening

Nominated for Best Actor at this year’s Academy Awards, Denzel Washington stars as Whip Whitaker, a seasoned airline pilot, who miraculously crash lands his plane after a mid-air catastrophe, saving nearly every soul on board. After the crash Whip is hailed as a hero, but as more is learned questions arise as to who or what was really at fault and what really happened on the plane.

Hyde Park on Hudson Roger Michell / UK 2012 / 95 min / (12A) Contains a moderate sex scene and one use of strong language

Fri 15 Mar 7.30pm Sat 16 Mar 2.00pm & 5.00pm Sun 17 Mar 2.00pm & 8.00pm Tue 19 Mar 2.00pm** **Midweek Matinee Screening

The story of the love affair between Franklin D. Roosevelt and his distant cousin Margaret Stuckley centred around the weekend in 1939 when King George visited upstate New York, the first ever visit to the U.S. by a reigning British monarch.


Hitchcock Sacha Gervasi / USA 2012 / 98 min / (12A) Contains moderate horror, threat and sex references

Sat 16 Mar 8.00pm Sun 17 Mar 5.00pm mon 18 Mar 7.30pm Thu 21 Mar 2.00pm** **Midweek Matinee Screening

Hitchcock details the complex relationship of Alfred Hitchcock and his wife Alma Reville. Taking place during the production of the legendary thriller Psycho, it shows Reville as an unseen collaborator and muse as well as their shared desire to push the boundaries of cinema to its limits.

I Wish Hirokazu Koreeda / Japan 2011 / 127 min / (PG) Contains mild language and scenes of smoking

Wed 20 Mar 7.30pm Thu 21 Mar 7.30pm

Twelve-year-old Koichi and his younger brother Ryunosuke have been separated by their parents’ divorce. Koichi’s only wish is for his family to be reunited. When he learns that a new bullet train line will soon open, he starts to believe that a miracle will take place the moment these new trains first pass each other at top speed.

Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away Andrew Adamson / USA 2012 / 91 min / (PG) Contains infrequent mild threat Fri 22 Mar 7.30pm Sat 23 Mar 5.00pm Sun 24 Mar 8.00pm Tue 26 Mar 2.00pm** **Midweek Matinee Screening

Mia has fallen in love with a mysterious trapeze artist known only as The Aerialist. Their love does not run smoothly however and soon they are transported into a strange surreal universe and are separated, having to travel through a world of mysterious circus performers if they are to have any hope of being together.

Sammy’s Great Escape Ben Stassen / Belgium 2012 / 92 min / (TBC)

Sat 23 Mar 2.00pm Sun 24 Mar 2.00pm

Leatherback turtles Sammy and Ray are captured by a poacher who ships them off to be part of a spectacular aquarium show for tourists in Dubai. The leader of their new home, Big D the seahorse, enlists them in his plans for a great escape.


Cloud Atlas Tom Tykwer, Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski / Various 2012 / 172 min / (15) Contains strong language, once very strong, strong violence and sex Sat 23 Mar 8.00pm Sun 24 Mar 4.30pm Mon 25 Mar 7.30pm Thu 28 Mar 2.00pm** **Midweek Matinee Screening

Based on David Mitchell’s landmark novel of the same name, Cloud Atlas features six intertwining stories that explore how people’s lives affect each other in the past, present and future, and how their actions can have profound consequences that echo through time.

The Impossible Juan Antonio Bayona / Spain 2012 / 114 min / (12A) Contains natural disaster scenes, moderate injury detail and brief nudity

Tue 26 Mar 7.30pm Wed 27 Mar 7.30pm Thu 28 Mar 7.30pm

Based on true events that occurred during 2004’s Southeast Asia tsunami, The Impossible is the story of a young family on their winter vacation in Thailand. On the morning of December 26th, as the family relaxes around the pool after their Christmas festivities the night before, a terrifying roar is heard as a huge wall of black water races across the hotel grounds toward them.

To the Wonder Terrence Malick / USA 2012 / 112 min / (TBC)

Fri 29 Mar 7.30pm Sat 30 Mar 5.00pm Sun 31 Mar 8.00pm Tue 2 Apr 2.00pm**

Written and directed by multi-award winning filmmaker Terrence Malick, To the Wonder follows a wandering couple who to try to make a new start in Oklahoma but are faced with complex dilemmas when a soul-searching priest and an old flame enter the scene.

**Midweek Matinee Screening

Song for Marion Paul Andrew Williams / UK 2012 / 93 min / (PG) Contains mild language and sex references

Sat 30 2.00pm & Mar 8.00pm Sun 31 Mar 2.00pm & 5.00pm Mon 1 Apr 7.30pm Thu 4 Apr 2.00pm** **Midweek Matinee Screening

Pensioner Arthur surprises everyone when he decides to join a local choir. Everyone hopes that the experience will cure him of his grumpy ways, but the irritable chorister soon goes headto-head with the other members of the highly unconventional singing society.


special events This month macrobert brings you a selection of special event, ranging from post show discussions to premier screenings.

We the Owners: employees expanding the american dream David Romero / USA 2012 / 52 min / (TBC) Wed 27 Feb 7.00pm ****Free Screening (ticketed event) Followed by a discussion panel headed by Mary Ann Beyster (executive producer)

The film captures the inspiring stories of employee owners and founders from three companies by following their decisions on expansion, succession, recruitment and layoffs. Learn about the cultural challenges of sharing responsibility, distributing leadership, and linking risk and reward. Hear approaches to working collaboratively to be profitable, innovative, sustainable, and to creating prosperity and opportunity through employee ownership.

we are northern lights regional premiere

Thu 14 Mar 7.30pm Followed by a Q and A with director Nick Higgins

Tue 19 Mar 7.30pm

Nick Higgins / UK 2013 / 98 min / (12A) Contains strong language and sex and drug references How do you capture the essence of Scotland in just one film? You invite people from all across the country to submit their unique visions in a mass participation project and combine them into a poignant, thrilling, moving, and often very funny impressionistic self portrait of contemporary Scotland.

Keep Calm And Curry On +

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Every Thursday is now curry, beer and movie night at macrobert. Get a delicious homemade curry, a beer / glass wine and a ticket for that evening’s 7.30pm screening for just £10.50! Book early to avoid disappointment


The Midweek Matinee Every Tuesday and Thursday enjoy one of the months’ movie highlights for only £3.00 – we’ll also throw in a free tea or filter coffee. We hope you can join us soon and enjoy a nice relaxing afternoon with us. Why not come a little earlier and have a delicious lunch beforehand? Check out www.macrobert.org/cafebar for our menus. Look out for the specially marked screenings throughout this brochure.

Kids Film Club Join macrobert at 11.00am on Saturday and Sunday mornings for the Kids Film Club. Kids and adults alike only have to pay £1.95 or select four tickets for any screening for only £7.00. Kids Film Club is sponsored by:

Wreck It Ralph Rich Moore / USA 2012 / 108 min / (PG) Contains mild violence

Sat 23 Feb 11.00am Sun 24 Feb 11.00am

The latest adventure from Walt Disney Animation Studios, tells the tale of video game character Ralph, a perpetual bad guy who’s determined to show he has a good side. Deciding there’s more to his life than constant destruction, he embarks on a journey through video games in the arcade where he lives to prove he has what it takes to be a hero.

Looney Tunes: All Stars Collection 1 Charles M. Jones / USA 2004 / 97 min / (U) Contains mild comic violence Sat 2 Mar 11.00am Sun 3 Mar 11.00am

Monstrous merriment abounds with a collection of short cartoons featuring all your favourite Looney Tunes characters including Bugs Bunny in Hair-Raising Hare, whilst Wile E. Coyote chases Roadrunner into cartoon immorality in Fast and Furryous.


Looney Tunes: All Stars Collection 2 Charles M. Jones / USA 2004 / 94 min / (U) Contains very mild fantasy violence Sat 9 Mar 11.00am Sun 10 Mar 11.00am

In the second collection of Looney Tunes cartoons see how Tweety Pie gets out of Putty Tat Twouble, and be entertained by other cartoon favourites such as Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn and, of course, Bugs Bunny.

Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings Roberts Gannaway, Peggy Holmes / USA 2012 / 75 min / (U) Contains no material likely to offend or harm Sat 16 Mar 11.00am Sun 17 Mar 11.00am

Tinker Bell and her fairy friends journey into the forbidden world of the Mysterious Winter Woods, where curiosity and adventure leads her to an amazing discovery and reveals a magical secret that could change their world forever.

Bedknobs and Broomsticks Robert Stevenson / USA 2012 / 117 min / (U) Contains mild language and threat Sat 23 Mar 11.00am Sun 24 Mar 11.00am

Charlie, Carrie, and Paul are sent to live with Eglantine Price, an apprentice witch. Charlie blackmails Miss Price that if he is to keep her practices a secret, she must give him something, so she takes a bedknob from her late father’s bed and places the “famous magic travelling spell” on it. Their first journey is to London where they meet the headmaster of Miss Price’s witchcraft training correspondence school where she tells him of a plan to find the magic words for a spell which will bring inanimate objects to life.

Monsters Inc Pete Docter, David Silverman / USA 2001 / 92 min / (U) Contains mild comic violence

Sat 30 Mar 11.00am Sun 31 Mar 11.00am

Sulley and his wisecracking best friend Mike are the top scare team at a large scream-processing factory that collects the screams of human children. Believed by monsters to be toxic, children are strictly forbidden from entering Monstropolis. But when a little girl named Boo accidentally follows Sulley back into his world, he finds his career in jeopardy and his life in utter chaos.


Parent and Toddler Screenings

Sponsored by:

Thursday mornings are now accessible to the whole family at macrobert. Bring your kids along and enjoy family films on the big screen in a child friendly, relaxed atmosphere with the lights dimmed and the sound at a comfortable level. Screenings start at 10.30am each Thursday and tickets are priced at ÂŁ1.95 or free to any baby under 12 months.

Wreck it Ralph (PG) Thu 28 Feb 10.30am

looney tunes: all stars collection 1 (U) Thu 7 Mar 10.30am

Looney Tunes: All Stars Collection 2 (U) Thu 14 Mar 10.30am

Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings (U) Thu 21 Mar 10.30am

Bedknobs and Broomsticks (U) Thu 28 Mar 10.30am

Monsters Inc (U) Thu 4 Apr 10.30am


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Benefits include: Up to 25% off tickets to live & cinema events 20% off food and drink in our cafe bar 10% off our Take Part classes Receive our live and cinema brochures in the post before anyone else Priority booking for big events

Join today and receive 30% off all live and cinema tickets until 1 April!

Find us University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA Parking is available on the University Campus. There are frequent buses from Stirling town centre and the train station to the University Campus. For all public transport options call Traveline Scotland at 0871 200 22 33.

Ticket Prices All Screenings (Unless stated otherwise) full price £6.00/concession £5.50/Student £4.50 Kids Film Club 11.00am screenings: £1.95 each/£7 (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at the same time) Film Three Pack (three films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at same time): full price £15.00/concession £13.50 Concessions apply to under 18s, senior citizens, people with a disability (plus carer), Young Scot Card holders and benefit claimants. Proof of eligibility is required.

Box Office Opening Hours Mon - Fri 10.00am to 7.45pm (phones close at 7.00pm) Sat 9.00am to 8.15pm (phones close at 7.00pm) Sun 10.00am to 8.15pm (phones close at 7.00pm) Please note: Lines will close up to half an hour before busy performances.

Access Information macrobert welcomes all disabled visitors. Our building is fully accessible for wheelchairs, and we offer hearing loops at the box office and bar. Audio description and subtitling are available for selected cinema screenings (see diary). Concession tickets are available for people with a disability plus carer.

For a large print version please email marketing@macrobert.org or call 01786 466666 Tickets cannot be refunded, except in the event of cancellation of a screening by macrobert / (tbc) means that the film is awaiting BBFC or local authority licensing approval / The use of cameras and recording equipment is not permitted / Screen advertisements and trailers are shown before all films / All information is correct at time of print and is subject to change without prior notice / macrobert cannot be held liable for any arrangements made due to changes to the brochure

macrobert thanks the following for their support:

Main funders

macrobert arts centre limited is a Scottish charity, no SC039546. To support us with donations please go to www.macrobert.org/donate


DIARY feb/mar 2013 22 FRI - FEB 23 SAT 24 SUN 25 MON 26 TUE 27 WED 28 THU 1 FRI - MAR 2 SAT 3 SUN 4 MON 5 TUE 6 WED 7 THU 8 FRI 9 SAT 10 SUN 11 MON 12 TUE 13 WED 14 THU 15 FRI 16 SAT 17 SUN 18 MON 19 TUE 20 WED 21 THU 22 FRI 23 SAT 24 SUN 25 MON 26 TUE 27 WED 28 THU 29 FRI 30 SAT 31 SUN

* Parent & tODDLER Screening ** Midweek Matinee Screening *** Subtitled screening **** Free Screening (ticketed)

Lincoln Wreck it Ralph Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings Lincoln Django Unchained Wreck it Ralph Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings Django Unchained Lincoln Django Unchained Lincoln Lincoln We the Owners: Employees Expanding the American Dream Wreck it Ralph Django Unchained Quartet Looney Tunes: All Stars Collection 1 Monsters Inc Quartet The Sessions Looney Tunes: All Stars Collection 1 Monsters Inc The Sessions Quartet The Sessions Quartet What Richard Did What Richard Did Looney Tunes: All Stars Collection 1 The Sessions What Richard Did Fundraising gala - macrobert.org/gala Looney Tunes: All Stars Collection 2 Pitch Perfect Zero Dark Thirty Flight Looney Tunes: All Stars Collection 2 Pitch Perfect Flight Zero Dark Thirty Flight Zero Dark Thirty Zero Dark Thirty Pitch Perfect Looney Tunes: All Stars Collection 2 Flight We Are Northern Lights Hyde Park on Hudson Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings Hyde Park on Hudson Hyde Park on Hudson Hitchcock Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings Hyde Park on Hudson Hitchcock Hyde Park on Hudson Hitchcock Hyde Park on Hudson We Are Northern Lights I Wish Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings Hitchcock I Wish Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away Bedknobs and Broomsticks Sammy’s Great Escape Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away Cloud Atlas Bedknobs and Broomsticks Sammy’s Great Escape Cloud Atlas Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away Cloud Atlas Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away The Impossible The Impossible Bedknobs and Broomsticks Cloud Atlas The Impossible To the Wonder Monsters Inc Song for Marion To the Wonder Song for Marion Monsters Inc Song for Marion Song for Marion To the Wonder

7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 4.30PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 2.00PM 7.30PM 7.00PM**** 10.30am* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 4.30PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 4.30PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 4.30PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00pm 5.00PM 8.00PM

FEBRUARY - MARCH 2013 CINEMA BROCHURE  

February - March 2013 macrobert cinema guide

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