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Copy Cinema Brochure May/June 2011 ‘great cinema’ The Guardian macrobert Cinema Brochure May & June 2011 macrobert University of Stirling Tickets and Information 01786 466 666

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Box Office Opening Hours Mon – Sat 9.00am to 8.30pm Sun 10.00am to 8.30pm Ticket Prices (unless otherwise stated in the brochure) Screenings before 6.00pm: full price £4.75/concession £4.25 Screenings after 6.00pm: full price £5.75/concession £5.25 Family Screenings at 1.30pm: full price £4.25/concession £3.75 Thursday Unemployed Screenings at 5.15pm: £1 tickets for unemployed people (please show your ES40 card as proof) Wednesday Student Screenings at 2.00pm: £3 tickets for full-time students Film Four Pack (choose any four films; tickets must be bought at the same time):

full price £17.20/concession £13.20 Concessions apply to full-time students, under 18s, senior citizens, people with a disability (plus carer), Young Scot Card holders and benefit claimants. Proof of eligibility is required. mac Card Get 10% off all tickets, hot food and hot drinks and merchandise with your mac Card. Please ask our friendly box office staff for further information or check I Love Film - Student Loyalty Card If you are a full-time student, ask our box office for a Student Loyalty Card. For every three visits to our filmhouse you get the fourth one free! And why not try our new Wednesday Student Screenings at 2.00pm with ticket prices as low as £3.

Please note: all information is correct at time of print and is subject to change without prior notice. Please check our website for up-todate information. macrobert cannot be held liable for any arrangements made due to changes to the brochure. How to use this Brochure The following key symbols are used throughout the brochure: (list symbols) (f) (bs) (t) (u) (w) (st)

Special Family Price Parent and Baby Screening treehouse Sessions Available Thursday Unemployed Screenings (ÂŁ1 tickets for unemployed people) Wednesday Student Screening (ÂŁ3 tickets for students) Subtitled Screening for the Hard of Hearing


Audio Description Available

macrobert Parent and Baby Screenings Now you can bring your baby along and enjoy films on the big screen in a babyfriendly, relaxed atmosphere. The lights are turned up a bit and the sound is turned down, mats are out and there is space for buggies. We create a baby-friendly atmosphere, membership is free and open to any baby under 12 months – just sign up before the film. All screenings start at 10.30am and are marked with (bs) throughout the brochure. treehouse sessions are also available for these screenings for an additional £5.50 and are marked with (t) Wed 4 May Wed 11 May Wed 18 May

Black Swan (P.25) The Lincoln Lawyer (P.28) A Small Act (P.55)

Wed 25 May Wed 1 Jun Wed 8 Jun Wed 15 Jun Wed 22 Jun Wed 29 Jun

Inside Job (P.56) Hall Pass (P.39) Babies (P.59) My Dog Tulip (P.44) Carla's Song (P.48) Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (P.50)

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Films for the Whole Family Eleanor's Secret (U) Dominique Monfery, France/Italy 2009, 80 min NatanaĂŤl, seven, still doesn't know how to read. His eccentric old aunt bequeaths her house to his parents and her book collection to the young boy. Nat discovers

that the books serve as a shelter for all the heroes found in children's literature. They are the original characters and are counting on him for protection. For if they leave the library, they will disappear along with their stories forever! When his parents start selling off the books, NatanaĂŤl, who is shrunk by the evil witch Carabosse, braves everything to save his tiny friends. Sat 7 & Sun 8 May 1.30pm (f) Mars Needs Moms (PG) Simon Wells, USA 2011, 88 min Take out the trash, eat your broccoli! Who needs moms, anyway? Nine-year-old Milo finds out just how much he needs his mom when she's nabbed by Martians who plan to steal her mom-ness for their own young. With the help of a tech-savvy, underground earth-man named Gribble and a rebel Martian girl called Ki, Milo just might find his way back to his mom, in more ways than one.

Sat 14 May 1.30pm (f) Sun 15 May 1.30pm (f) (st) (a) available for all screenings Rango (PG) Gore Verbinski, USA 2011, 107 min From the director of Pirates of the Caribbean comes Rango, featuring Johnny Depp in an original animated comedy-adventure that takes moviegoers for a hilarious and heartfelt walk in the Wild West. The story follows the comical, transformative journey of Rango, a sheltered chameleon living as an ordinary family pet, while facing a major identity crisis. After all, how high can you aim when your whole purpose in life is to blend in? When Rango accidentally winds up in the gritty, gun-slinging town of Dirt - a lawless outpost populated by the desert's most wily and whimsical creatures - the less-than-courageous lizard suddenly finds he stands out. Welcomed as the last hope the town has been waiting for, new Sheriff Rango is forced to play his new

role to the hilt. Until, in a blaze of action-packed situations and encounters with outrageous characters, Rango starts to become the hero he once only pretended to be. Sat 21 & Sun 22 May 1.30pm (f) Winnie the Pooh (U) Stephen J. Anderson/Don Hall, USA 2011, 73 min Winnie the Pooh is the newest traditionally animated feature film produced by Walt Disney. It is the 51st full-length animated film in the canon, based upon the characters of the children's books Winnie-the-Pooh, The House at Pooh Corner by A. A. Milne and Return to the Hundred Acre Wood by David Benedictus. Winnie the Pooh will feature five previously unadapted stories from the original books. Sat 28 May 1.30pm (f) Sun 29 May 1.30pm (f) (st)

(a) available for all screenings A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures (U) Ben Stassen, Belgium 2010, 88 min After being hatched in 1959, Sammy the sea turtle spends fifty years of his life traveling the world. During this journey he sees the effect that global warming is having on the planet. Sat 4 June 1.30pm (f) Sun 5 June 1.30pm (f) (st) London International Animation Festival Family Session – A selection of extra-special films

The family sessions are a small part of the UK’s largest animation festival. Suitable for 7-14 year-olds, these films bring the wonder of animation onto the big screen. They’re entertaining, thought provoking, colourful and enchanting – without a toy or games ad in sight! Txt Island Chris Gavin, UK 2009, 3’30 The military conquest of a tropical island and the collapse of the local amusement park are illustrated in plastic letters on a mastermind-board. Cooked Jens Blank, UK 2010, 6’45 An unlikely love triangle between a walrus, a seal and a lobster in an Arctic sauna. Over and Over (and Over) Again Andy Glynne, UK 2009, 3’50

An everyday routine like leaving the house for school can become the worst nightmare for a teenage boy. Speechless Daniel Greaves, UK 2010, 7’00 A comic film about miscommunication in a world of mass communication. Mixed Bag Isabelle Favez, Switzerland 2009, 7’15 A tale of greed, betrayal, cheap suitcases – and more greed and betrayal. A day in the life of a bag of lovely, lovely cash. Madagascar, A Journey Diary Bastien Dubois, France 2009, 12'00 This animated diary draws the journey of a European traveller confronted with the local Malagasy customs.

Angry Man Anita Killi, Norway 2010, 20’00 A sumptuous film about secrets that shouldn’t be secret. When mummy-fish dies, Boj has had enough, and gets power from his own fantasy to go further. Two Partridges Jean Luc Greco, Catherine Buffat, France 2010, 6’00 A beautiful cut-out film told in song about a chaplain, a man and wife, two partridges and a big secret. Sat 11 & Sun 12 June 1.30pm (f)

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (U) Jon Chu, USA 2011, 105 min Never Say Never is the inspiring true story and rare inside look at the rise of Justin from street performer in the small town of Stratford, Ontario to internet phenomenon to global super star culminating with a dream sold-out show at the famed Madison Square Garden. Sat 18 & Sun 19 June 1.30pm (f) Hop (U) Tim Hill, USA 2011, 95 min For the past 4,000 years the Easter Bunny has brought joy and candy to kids all across the globe; however, the time has come for a new Easter Bunny to take over the tradition. But while EB is the next in line to receive the official title, he couldn't care less about becoming the official bearer of chocolate eggs and jellybeans. Escaping to Hollywood in a bid to find fame and fortune, EB hops in front of an

oncoming car driven by Fred, who agrees to give him a place to recover until he's healthy enough to hop along home. Now, the harder Fred struggles to stop his furry new companion from sending his life into a tailspin, the more satisfaction he begins to get out of his new-found responsibility. With a little luck and a whole lot of patience, Fred just might become the man who saved Easter for everyone. Sat 25 & Sun 26 June 1.30pm (f)

macrobert Dance Films & Workshops Have you ever adored the stunning dance moves in films? Now it's time to do them yourself and make it a special night out. Come around for Chicago and Footloose to be instructed by macrobert dance artists and get the chance to learn some stunning moves that will make you very special on the dance floor next time. And for all

others, you can still come around to just watch the movie without getting sweaty on the dance floor first. Tickets for film and workshop ÂŁ12 (no concessions, including a glass of wine, beer or a soft drink and the film screening) Chicago (12A) Rob Marshall, USA 2002, 113 min Parental info: Contains moderate sex, sexual references and violence Murderesses Velma Kelly (a chanteuse and tease who killed her husband and sister after finding them in bed together) and Roxie Hart (who killed her boyfriend when she discovered he wasn't going to make her a star) find themselves on death row together and fight for the fame that will keep them from the gallows in 1920s Chicago. Starring RenĂŠe Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Richard Gere. Thur 19 May

6.30pm - 7.30pm dance workshop 8.15pm screening Footloose (15) Herbert Ross, USA 1984, 107 min Footloose is a classic tale of teen rebellion and repression featuring a delightful combination of dance choreography and realistic and touching performances. When teenager Ren and his family move from big-city Chicago to a small town in the West, he's in for a real case of culture shock. Though he tries hard to fit in, the streetwise Ren can't quite believe he's living in a place where rock music and dancing are illegal. There is one small pleasure, however: Ariel, a troubled but lovely blonde with a jealous boyfriend. Thur 16 Jun 6.30pm - 7.30pm dance workshop 8.15pm screening

Special Event: Scottish Elections Day 5 May The Ghost (15) Roman Polanski, France/Germany/UK 2010, 128 min An unremarkable ghost-writer has landed a lucrative contract to redact the memoirs of Adam Lang, the former UK Prime Minister. After dominating British politics for years, Lang has retired with his wife to the USA. He lives on an island, in luxurious, isolated premises complete with a security detail and a secretarial staff. Soon, Adam Lang gets embroiled in a major scandal with international ramifications that reveals how far he was ready to go in order to nurture UK's "special relationship" with the USA. But before this controversy has started, before even he has closed the deal with the publisher, the ghost-writer gets unmistakable signs that the turgid draft he is tasked to put into shape inexplicably constitutes highly sensitive material.

10.00am Frost/Nixon (15) Ron Howard, USA/UK/France 2008, 122 min Writer Peter Morgan's legendary battle between Richard Nixon, the disgraced president with a legacy to save, and David Frost, a jet-setting television personality with a name to make, in the story of the historic encounter that changed both their lives. For three years after being forced from office, Nixon remained silent. But in summer 1977, the steely, cunning former commander-in-chief agreed to sit for one all-inclusive interview to confront the questions of his time in office and the Watergate scandal that ended his presidency. Nixon surprised everyone in selecting Frost as his televised confessor, intending to easily outfox the breezy British showman and secure a place in the hearts and minds of Americans (as well as a $600,000 fee). Likewise, Frost's team harbored doubts about their boss' ability to hold his own. But as cameras rolled, a charged battle of wits resulted.

1.30pm Good Night, and Good Luck. (PG) George Clooney, USA/France/UK/Japan 2005, 93 min In the early 1950's, the threat of Communism created an air of paranoia in the United States and exploiting those fears was Senator Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin. However, CBS reporter Edward R. Murrow and his producer Fred W. Friendly decided to take a stand and challenge McCarthy and expose him for the fear monger he was. Their actions took a great personal toll on both men, but they stood by their convictions and helped to bring down one of the most controversial senators in American history. 5.15pm The Queen (12A) Stephen Frears, UK/France/Italy 2006, 103 min

Parental info: Contains a single use of strong language Diana the 'People's Princess' has died in a car accident in Paris. The Queen and her family decide that for the best, they should remain hidden behind the closed doors of Balmoral Castle. The heartbroken public do not understand and request that the Queen comforts her people. This also puts pressure on newly elected Tony Blair, who constantly tries to convince the monarchy to address the public. 8.15pm In the Loop (15) Armando Iannucci, UK 2009, 106 min The US President and UK Prime Minister fancy a war. But not everyone agrees that war is a good thing. The US General Miller doesn't think so and neither does the British Secretary of State for International Development, Simon Foster. But, after Simon accidentally backs military action on TV, he suddenly has a lot of friends in Washington, DC. If Simon can get in with the right DC people, if his entourage of

one can sleep with the right intern, and if they can both stop the Prime Minister's chief spin-doctor Malcolm Tucker rigging the vote at the UN, they can halt the war. If they don't... well, they can always sack their Director of Communications Judy, who they never liked anyway and who's back home dealing with voters with blocked drains and a man who's angry about a collapsing wall. 11.00pm

Foreign Language Features The Portuguese Nun (tbc) A Religiosa Portuguesa (original title) Eugène Green, Portugal/Italy 2009, 127 min Portuguese with English subtitles

Mesmeric, subtly comic and weirdly gripping, this drama, set in the gorgeous Portuguese capital, is about a French actor in Lisbon to shoot a movie based on the 17th-century tale of a nun seduced by a soldier. She is intrigued by a nun she sees kneeling in the chapel where she is filming, and soon becomes aware of spirits from the past arising before her and within her, and encountering adventures of the most rarefied and high-minded kind. Mon 9 & Tue 10 May 7.30pm My Afternoons with Margueritte (15) La tĂŞte en friche (original title) Jean Becker, France 2010, 82 min French/Flemish with English subtitles Germain lives in the charming traditional French village where he was born. A semiliterate fifty-something whose home is a trailer on his mother's front lawn, he is the epitome of unfulfillment. Yet despite jibes from his friends and a poisonous

relationship with his mother stunting his self-confidence, he's never been one to make a fuss about life's injustices. Indeed, he finds comfort in the little things, be it tending to his vegetable patch, carving wood figurines, or feeding the pigeons in the local park. It is in this latter routine that Germain meets Margueritte (Gisèle Casadesus), a sweet elderly lady with a kind heart and a passion for words. What begins as a chance encounter soon turns into a regular engagement, as Germain finds himself drawn to Margueritte's candid wit and zest for life and literature. Thriving on the wisdom and charity of his newfound friend and on the great French novels that she reads to him, Germain gains a fresh perspective and the strength to alter the course of his life. Thur 26 May 5.15pm (u) Silken Skin (PG) La peau douce (original title)

François Truffaut, France/Portugal 1964, 113 min French/Portuguese with some English, English subtitles A welcome big-screen return for François Truffaut's passionate 1964 drama, starring Françoise Dorléac, ill-fated sister of Catherine Deneuve. Pierre Lachenay is a wellknown publisher and lecturer, married with Franca and father of Sabine, around 10. He meets an air hostess, Nicole. They start a love affair, which Pierre is hiding, but he cannot stand staying away from her. Thur 16 Jun 5.15pm (u)

macrobert Feature Films Black Swan (15) Darren Aronofsky, USA 2010, 108 min

A psychological thriller set in the world of New York City Ballet, Black Swan stars Natalie Portman as Nina, a featured dancer who finds herself locked in a web of competitive intrigue with a new rival at the company (Mila Kunis). A new release by visionary director Darren Aronofsky, the film takes a thrilling, and at times terrifying, journey through the psyche of a young ballerina, whose starring role as the duplicitous swan queen turns out to be a part for which she becomes frighteningly perfect. As the two young dancers expand their rivalry into a twisted friendship, Nina begins to get more in touch with her dark side with a recklessness that threatens to destroy her. Wed 4 May 10.30am (bs) (t) 2.00pm (w) & 7.30pm Honeymooner (15) Col Spector, UK 2010, 74 min Yearning to be married Fran Goldman is forced to reassess his strategy of love after being dumped by his fiancĂŠe four weeks before the wedding.

Desperate to be married, Fran was supposed to be on his honeymoon. Instead he's single and slouching around London, entrenched in a bro-mance with his two best friends. Fri 6 & Sun 8 May 5.15pm Sat 7 May 8.15pm The Adjustment Bureau (12A) George Nolfi, USA 2011, 106 min Parental info: Contains infrequent strong language and a discreet sex scene On the brink of winning a seat in the U.S. Senate, ambitious politician David Norris meets beautiful contemporary ballet dancer Elise Sellas, a woman like none he's ever known before. But just as he realizes he's falling for her, mysterious men conspire to keep the two apart. David learns he is up against the agents of fate itself - the men of The Adjustment Bureau - who will do everything in their considerable power to prevent David and Elise from being together. In the face of overwhelming

odds, he must either let her go and accept a predetermined path. Starring Matt Damon. Fri 6 & Sun 8 May 8.15pm Sat 7 May 5.15pm (st) (a) available for all screenings The Lincoln Lawyer (15) Brad Furman, USA 2011, 118 min The Lincoln Lawyer is a terrific LA noir thriller based on a novel by Michael Connelly. It stars Matthew McConaughey as a fast-talking criminal lawyer who has just regained his licence after some unspecified peccadillo; unable to afford an office, he does business on the move, from the backseat of his chauffeured Lincoln car. Haller catches a break when he's retained by super-rich-kid Louis Roulet, played by Ryan Phillippe, who's accused of rape and assault.

Wed 11 May 10.30am (bs) (t) 2.00pm (w) & 7.30pm Thur 12 May 5.15pm (u)

The African Queen (U) John Huston, UK 1951, 105 min The African Queen is the uncomplicated tale of two companions with mismatched, "opposites attract" personalities who develop an implausible love affair as they travel together downriver in Africa around the start of World War I. This quixotic film by director John Huston, based on the 1935 novel of the same name by C. S. Forester, is one of the classics of Hollywood adventure film making, with comedy and romance besides. Starring Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn and Robert Morley. Thur 12 May 8.15pm

Unknown (12A) Jaume Collet-Serra, UK/Germany/France/Canada/Japan/USA, 113 min Parental info: Contains moderate violence After a car accident in Berlin, Dr. Martin Harris awakens to discover that his wife doesn't recognize him and another man has assumed his identity. Unable to prove who he really is, Harris finds himself the target of mysterious assassins and has to go on the run. With help from a young woman, Martin tries to uncover the truth behind what is happening to him. Fri 13 May 5.15pm (st) Sat 14 May 8.15pm Sun 15 May 5.15pm Archipelago (15) Joanna Hogg, UK 2010, 114 min

With her son Edward about to embark on a volunteer trip to Africa, doting mother Patricia wants to give him a good send-off, and gathers her family together for a getaway to a holiday home on idyllic Tresco, one of the Isles of Scilly. Edward's father's attendance is eagerly anticipated, though sister Cynthia appears to be there under some duress, going through dutiful motions. Cook Rose is happy to tend to the family, though her presence causes some discomfort. The holidaymakers spend their time walking, cycling, taking picnics and being tutored in oil painting, appreciating the breathless beauty of their surroundings. Gradually, deep fractures within the family set-up begin to surface. Fri 13 & Sun 15 May 8.15pm Sat 14 May 5.15pm Submarine (15) Richard Ayoade, UK/USA 2010, 97 min

Submarine is a comedy which follows a 15–year old boy with two objectives: to lose his virginity to the girl of his dreams before his next birthday, and to stop his mother from leaving his father and hooking up with a new age mystic. Fri 20 May 5.15pm Sat 21 May 8.15pm Sun 22 May 5.15pm (st) (a) available for all screenings Paul (15) Greg Mottola, USA/UK 2011, 104 min For the past 60 years, an alien named Paul has been hanging out at a top-secret military base. When he discovers he's been taken prisoner, the space-traveling smart ass decides to escape the compound and hop on the first vehicle out of towna rented RV containing Earthlings Graeme Willy and Clive Gollings. Chased by

federal agents and the fanatical father of a young woman that they accidentally kidnap, Graeme and Clive hatch a fumbling escape plan to return Paul to his mother ship. And as two nerds struggle to help, one little green man might just take his fellow outcasts from misfits to intergalactic heroes. Fri 20 & Sun 22 May 8.15pm Sat 21 May 5.15pm (st) (a) available for all screenings Animal Kingdom (15) David Mich么d, Australia 2010, 113 min An official selection at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, where it received the World Cinema Jury Prize for Best Dramatic Feature, this highly promising feature debut of writer/director David Mich么d is one of the most striking Australian pictures to reach this country over the past couple of years. Animal Kingdom is a psychological crime

story set in 1980s Melbourne, a crime underworld, where tensions are on the brink of exploding between felons and renegade cops - the Wild West played out on the city's streets in broad daylight, where a youngster is given an inside look at a criminal empire that also happens to be his family. Mon 23 May 7.30pm (a) (st) macrobert Opera on Screen: La Bohème (PG) Robert Dornhelm, Austria/Germany 2008, 115 min Sung in Italian Giacomo Puccini's immortal opera in a big budget feature-film version directed by Academy Award nominee Robert Dornhelm, starring the opera world's dream team, soprano Anna Netrebko and tenor Rolando Villazon. The Bavarian Radio Symphony

Orchestra plays under Bertrand de Billy. Paris in the 1830s. Four friends share a drafty Parisian garret. Though leading a life of privation, they are buoyed by good spirits: the writer Rodolfo, the painter Marcello, the musician Schaunard and the philosopher Colline. It is Christmas Eve, and they decide to celebrate in their favourite pub, the Cafe Momus. Rodolfo stays behind to finish an article. There is a knock at the door; their neighbour Mimi, whose candle has gone out, asks for fire. Rodolfo is fascinated by her. It is love at first sight! The new lovers catch up with Rodolfo's friends at the Cafe Momus, where Marcello's former mistress Musetta turns the evening into a spirited event. The light-hearted mood of Rodolfo's and Mimi's first days together does not last, however, for Mimi develops a fatal illness. Though they agree to stay together, Mimi leaves her lover. Only when she is desperately ill and dying does she return to the garret where she once was so happy - and to Rodolfo, the man she still loves with all her heart... Thur 26 May 8.15pm

Chalet Girl (12A) Phil Traill, UK/Germany/Austria 2011, 96 min Parental info: Contains one use of strong language and moderate sex references Pretty tomboy Kim Matthews used to be a champion skateboarder, but now she's stuck in a dead end job trying to support her dad. Opportunity comes knocking in the form of a catering job in the one of the most exclusive chalets in the Alps. At first, Kim's baffled by this bizarre new world of posh people, champagne and skiing. But then she discovers snowboarding, and the chance to win some much-needed prize money at the big end-of-season competition. But before she can become a champion again, Kim's going to have to dig deep to overcome her fears. Fri 27 & Sun 29 May 5.15pm Sat 28 May 8.15pm (st) (a) available for all screenings

Battle: Los Angeles (12A) Jonathan Liebesman, USA 2010, 116 min Parental info: Contains moderate violence, sustained threat and infrequent strong language Los Angeles and other cities around the world are being bombarded by meteors that seem to be slowing down once they hit the earth's atmosphere. The earth is suddenly being invaded by space aliens that have landed off the shore of LA, and who begin killing everybody along the beach. The military is ordered into action. Marine Staff Sergeant Nantz, who was about to retire, is reassigned to a new platoon. The platoon, flown by chopper to the forward operating base at Santa Monica Airport, is being led by a new 2nd Lt. Martinez. They are sent on a mission to rescue some civilians who are trapped at the police station within alien territory. They only have 3 hours to complete their mission and get out before the Air Force bombs that zone.

Fri 27 & Sun 29 May 8.15pm Sat 28 May 5.15pm The Way Back (12A) Peter Weir, USA 2010, 133 min Parental info: Contains infrequent strong language, moderate violence and sex references Directed by six-time Academy Award nominee Peter Weir, The Way Back is an epic story of survival, solidarity and indomitable human will. Shot in Bulgaria, Morocco and India, the film stars Jim Sturgess, Ed Harris and Colin Farrell as prisoners of a Soviet Union labor camp, who, along with four others, flee their Siberian Gulag and begin a treacherous journey across thousands of miles of hostile terrain. The film is inspired by the acclaimed book The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom. Mon 30 & Tue 31 May 7.30pm

Hall Pass (15) Bobby Farrelly/Peter Farrelly, USA 2011, 105 min A married man is granted the opportunity to have an affair by his wife. Joined in the fun by his best pal, things get a little out of control when both wives start engaging in extramarital activities as well. Wed 1 Jun 10.30am (bs) (t) Thur 2 Jun 5.15pm (u)

Arthur (12A) Jason Winer, USA 2011, 110 min Parental info: Contains moderate language and sex and drug references Irresponsible charmer Arthur Bach (Russell Brand) has always relied on two things to get by: his limitless fortune and the good sense of lifelong nanny Hobson (Helen

Mirren) to keep him out of trouble. Now he faces his biggest challenge, choosing between an arranged marriage that will ensure his lavish lifestyle or an uncertain future with the one thing money can’t buy, Naomi, the only woman he has ever loved. With Naomi’s inspiration and some unconventional help from Hobson, Arthur will take the most expensive risk of his life and finally learn what it means to become a man, in this re-imagining of the classic romantic comedy Arthur. Fri 3 & Sun 5 Jun 5.15pm Sat 4 Jun 8.15pm The Eagle (12A) Kevin Macdonald, USA/UK 2011, 114 min Parental info: Contains moderate battle violence In 140 AD, twenty years after the unexplained disappearance of the entire Ninth Legion in the mountains of Scotland, young centurion Marcus Aquila arrives from Rome to solve the mystery and restore the reputation of his father, the commander

of the Ninth. Accompanied only by his British slave Esca, Marcus sets out across Hadrian's Wall into the uncharted highlands of Caledonia - to confront its savage tribes, make peace with his father's memory, and retrieve the lost legion's golden emblem, the Eagle of the Ninth. Fri 3 & Sun 5 Jun 8.15pm Sat 4 Jun 5.15pm (st) (a) available for all screenings The Last Picture Show (15) Peter Bogdanovich, USA 1971, 118 min In tiny Anarene, Texas, in the lull between World War Two and the Korean Conflict, Sonny and Duane are best friends. Enduring that awkward period of life between boyhood and manhood, the two pass their time with the movie house, basketball, and girls. Jacey is Duane's steady, wanted by every boy in school, and she knows it.

Her daddy is rich and her mom is good looking and loose. It's the general consensus that whoever wins Jacey's heart will be set for life. But Anarene is dying a quiet death as folks head for the big cities to make their livings and raise their kids. The boys are torn between a future somewhere out there beyond the borders of town or making do with their inheritance of a run-down pool hall and a decrepit movie house, the legacy of their friend and mentor, Sam the Lion. As high school graduation approaches, they learn some difficult lessons about love. Thur 9 Jun 8.15pm I Am Number Four (12A) D.J. Caruso, USA 2011, 109 min Parental info: Contains moderate fantasy violence and threat Extraordinary teen John Smith is a fugitive on the run from ruthless enemies sent to destroy him. Changing his identity, moving from town to town with his guardian Henri, John is always the new kid with no ties to his past. In the small Ohio town he

now calls home, John encounters unexpected, life-changing events-his first love, powerful new abilities and a connection to the others who share his incredible destiny. Fri 10 Jun 5.15pm Sat 11 Jun 8.15pm Sun 12 Jun 5.15pm (st) (a) available for all screenings

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (12A) Woody Allen, USA/Spain 2010, 98 min Parental info: Contains infrequent strong language, moderate sex references and violence

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger follows a pair of married couples, Alfie and Helena, and their daughter Sally and husband Roy, as their passions, ambitions, and anxieties lead them into trouble and out of their minds. After Alfie leaves Helena to pursue his lost youth and a free-spirited call girl named Charmaine, Helena abandons rationality and surrenders her life to the loopy advice of a charlatan fortune teller. Unhappy in her marriage, Sally develops a crush on her handsome art gallery owner boss, Greg, while Roy, a novelist nervously awaiting the response to his latest manuscript, becomes moonstruck over Dia, a mystery woman who catches his gaze through a nearby window. Fri 10 & Sun 12 Jun 8.15pm Sat 11 Jun 5.15pm My Dog Tulip (TBC) Paul Fierlinger/Sandra Fierlinger, USA 2009, 83 min

Written, directed and animated by award-winning filmmakers Paul and Sandra Fierlinger this is the first animated feature ever to be entirely hand drawn and painted utilizing paperless computer technology. An official selection of the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, My Dog Tulip is based on the book by British author and distinguished man of letters J.R. Ackerley. Ackerley hardly thought of himself as a dog lover when, in middle age, he came to adopt Tulip - a beautiful, yet intolerable 18-month-old German shepherd. To his surprise, she turned out to be the love of his life, the ideal companion he had been searching for in vain. In vivid and sometimes startling detail, the film reveals Tulip's often erratic behaviour, canine tastes, and Ackerley's determined efforts to ensure an existence of perfect happiness for her. Mon 13 & Tue 14 Jun 7.30pm Wed 15 Jun 10.30pm (bs) (t) & 7.30pm

Ballast (15) Lance Hammer, USA 2008, 96 min A single mother and her embattled son struggle to subsist in a small Mississippi Delta township. An act of violence thrusts them into the world of an emotionally devastated highway store owner, awakening the fury of a bitter and long-standing conflict. Fri 17 & Sun 19 Jun 5.15pm Sat 18 Jun 8.15pm Red Riding Hood (12A) Catherine Hardwicke, USA/Canada 2011, 100 min Parental info: Contains moderate fantasy violence and horror Valerie is a beautiful young woman torn between two men. She is in love with a brooding outsider, Peter, but her parents have arranged for her to marry the wealthy

Henry. Unwilling to lose each other, Valerie and Peter are planning to run away together when they learn that Valerie's older sister has been killed by the werewolf that prowls the dark forest surrounding their village. Fri 17 & Sun 19 Jun 8.15pm Sat 18 Jun 5.15pm

Oranges and Sunshine (15) Jim Loach, UK/Australia 2011, 105 min Oranges and Sunshine tells the story of Margaret Humphreys, a social worker from Nottingham, who uncovered one of the most significant social scandals in recent times: the forced migration of children from the United Kingdom. Almost singlehandedly, against overwhelming odds and with little regard for her own well-being, Margaret reunited thousands of families, brought authorities to account and worldwide attention to an extraordinary miscarriage of justice. She discovered a

secret that the British government had kept hidden for years: one hundred and thirty thousand children in care had been sent abroad to commonwealth countries, mainly Australia. Children as young as four had been told that their parents were dead, and been sent to children's homes on the other side of the world. Many were subjected to appalling abuse. They were promised oranges and sunshine, they got hard labour and life in institutions. Mon 20 & Tue 21 Jun 7.30pm Carla's Song (15) Ken Loach, UK/Spain/Germany 1996, 127 min 1987, love in time of war. A bus driver George Lennox meets Carla, a Nicaraguan exile living a precarious, profoundly sad life in Glasgow. Her back is scarred, her boyfriend missing, her family dispersed; she's suicidal. George takes her to Nicaragua to find out what has happened to them and to help her face her past. Once home, Carla's nightmarish memories take over, and Carla and George are

thrown into the thick of the US war against the Sandinistas. A mystery develops over where Carla's boyfriend is, and the key to his whereabouts may be Carla's friend Bradley, a bitter American aid worker. She finds her family, the Contras attack, and she and the Scot face their choices. Wed 22 Jun 10.30am (bs) (t) 7.30pm Thur 23 Jun 5.15pm (u) Route Irish (15) Ken Loach, UK/France/Italy/Belgium/Spain, 109 min Route Irish is the story of a private security contractor in Iraq who rejected the official explanation of his friend's death and sets out to discover the truth. Thur 23 Jun 8.15pm

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (TBC) Rob Marshall, USA 2011, 141 min Captain Jack Sparrow crosses paths with a woman from his past. But he's not sure if it's love or if she's a ruthless con artist who's using him to find the fabled Fountain of Youth. When she forces him aboard the Queen Anne's Revenge, the ship of the formidable pirate Blackbeard, Jack finds himself on an unexpected adventure in which he doesn't know who to fear more: Blackbeard or the woman from his past. Fri 24 & Sun 26 Jun 8.15pm Sat 25 Jun 5.15pm Mon 27 & Tue 28 Jun 1.30pm & 7.30pm Wed 29 Jun 10.30am (bs) (t) & 1.30pm (st) Thur 30 Jun 1.30pm & 8.15pm (a) available for all screenings

macrobert iRIDE iRIDE is a series of film events inspired by two wheels. Change the comfort of your saddle for a few hours to enjoy only the best bike films in macrobert’s filmhouse and the chance to meet like-minded people in our cafébar afterwards. For more information please go to Hell on Wheels - Höllentour (TBC) Pepe Danquart, Germany 2004, 120 min There may never be a better documentary about the Tour de France bicycle race than Hell on Wheels. Directed by German filmmaker Pepe Danquart this breathtaking documentary covers all aspects of the 2003 edition of the Tour de France, focusing on German team-mates Eric Zabel and Rolf Aldag, whose 11-year history as Tour de France roommates lends the film a more personal quality that gets you right inside the Tour's physical and psychological endurance test. Hell on

Wheels is likely to remain the definitive record of the event from an immediate youare-there perspective. Outstanding cinematography, award-winning editing, and the extreme challenge of the Tour make this a truly unforgettable film, full of real-life drama and fascinating competitors who bring a deeply human dimension to cycling's annual extravaganza. Wed 1 Jun 7.30pm All tickets ÂŁ6 (no concessions) HOME (TBC) Mark Huskisson, UK 2007, 60 min A mountain bike film for you no matter what you ride. Filmed over the course of 2007, HOME delivers into the lives of the world's most passionate riders. Shot on High Definition and 16mm, the film gets right to the core of what makes these people ride. It's not just the characters who are inspiring, it's also the world around

them. HOME captures the stunning landscape, the breathtaking scenery and the spirit of the place. FIND (TBC) Mark Huskisson, UK 2010, 75 min The second film from the critically acclaimed Reset Films, FIND is a journey of discovery with some of the world's most passionate riders in some of the world's finest locations. Follow world championship winning 24hr solo rider Rob Lee as he tackles his ultra endurance 7DS ride through the Scottish Borders, a mini homecoming for Danny MacAskill with Steve Peat and Hans Rey as they ride the awesome trails of Danny’s home patch in the North West Highlands and Skye. Wed 29 Jun 7.30pm All tickets £12 (no concessions, including a free drink in the interval)

macrobert Documentaries With Gilbert & George (15) Julian Cole, UK 2007, 104 min Filmmaker Julian Cole first met Gilbert & George when he modelled for them in 1986. He decided that now they had photographed him he wanted to film them. His moving portrait filmed over 17 years, traces their lives from humble beginnings to their role on the world’s artistic stage where they have performed an enduring and controversial double act for over four decades. Mon 2 & Tue 3 May 7.30pm Benda Bilili! (PG) Renaud Barret/Florent de La Tullaye, Democratic Republic of the Congo/France 2010, 85 min Lingala/French with English subtitles

Ricky has a dream: to make Staff Benda Bilili the best band in Congo Kinshasa. Roger, a street child, more than ever wants to join these stars of the ghetto, who get around in customized tricycles. Together they must avoid the pitfalls of the street, stay united and find the force to hope in music. Spanning five years, from the first rehearsals to their triumph at international festivals, Benda Bilili! (“beyond appearances�) is the story of this dream becoming a reality. Mon 16 & Tue 17 May 7.30pm A Small Act (12A) Jennifer Arnold, USA 2010, 88 min Parental info: Contains brief real images of injury Kikuyu/Swahili/Swedish with English subtitles and English When Hilde Back sponsored a young, rural Kenyan student, she thought nothing of it. She certainly never expected to hear from him, but years later she does. Now a Harvard graduate and a Human Rights Lawyer for the United Nations, Chris Mburu

decides to find the stranger that changed his life. Inspired by her generosity, he starts a scholarship program of his own and names it for his former benefactor. Wed 18 May 10.30am (bs) (t) 2.00pm (w) & 7.30pm Thur 19 May 5.15pm (u) Inside Job (12A) Charles Ferguson, USA 2010, 120 min Parental info: Contains brief sight of implied hard drug use & moderate sex references Narrated by Matt Damon, Inside Job provides a comprehensive analysis of the global financial crisis of 2008, which at a cost over $20 trillion, caused millions of people to lose their jobs and homes in the worst recession since the Great Depression, and nearly resulted in a global financial collapse. Through exhaustive research and extensive interviews with key financial insiders, politicians, journalists, and academics, the film traces the rise of a rogue industry which has corrupted

politics, regulation, and academia. It was made on location in the United States, Iceland, England, France, Singapore, and China. Tue 24 May 7.30pm Wed 25 May 10.30am (bs) (t) 2.00pm (w) Enemies of the People (TBC) Rob Lemkin/Thet Sambath, UK/Cambodia 2009, 93 min The Khmer Rouge slaughtered nearly two million people in the late 1970s. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. Enter Thet Sambath, an unassuming, yet cunning, investigative journalist who spends a decade of his life gaining the trust of the men and women who perpetrated the massacres. From the foot soldiers who slit throats to Pol Pot's right-hand man, the notorious Brother Number Two, Sambath records shocking testimony never before seen or heard. Having neglected his own family for years, Sambath's work comes at a price. But his is a personal mission. He lost his parents and his siblings in the Killing Fields.

Amidst his journey to discover why his family died, we come to understand for the first time the real story of Cambodia's tragedy. Thur 2 Jun 8.15pm Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors Without Borders (15) Mark N. Hopkins, USA 2008, 93 min In the war-zones of Liberia and Congo, four volunteers with Doctors Without Borders struggle to provide emergency medical care under extreme conditions. With different levels of experience, each volunteer must find their own way to face the challenges, the tough choices, and the limits of their idealism. Living in Emergency is a window into the seldom portrayed and less-than glamorous side of humanitarian aid work. It explores a world that is challenging, complex, and fraught with dilemmas - the struggles, both internal and external, that aid workers face when working in war zones and other difficult contexts.

Mon 6 & Tue 7 Jun 7.30pm Babies (U) Thomas Balmès, France 2010, 79 min A look at one year in the life of four babies from around the world, from Mongolia to Namibia to San Francisco to Tokyo. Starring Bayar, Hattie, Mari and Ponijao. Wed 8 Jun 10.30am (bs) (t) 7.30pm Thur 9 Jun 5.15pm (u) Vidal Sassoon: The Movie (PG) Craig Teper, USA 2010, 90 min Vidal Sassoon is more than just a hairdresser - he's a rock star, an artist, a craftsman who "changed the world with a pair of scissors." With the geometric, Bauhaus-inspired hairdos he pioneered in the 1960s and his "wash and wear" philosophy that liberated generations of women from the tyranny of the salon,

Sassoon revolutionized the art of hairstyling and left an indelible mark on popular culture. This documentary traces with visual gusto the life of a self-made man whose passion and perseverance took him from a Jewish orphanage in London to the absolute pinnacle of his craft. Fri 24 & Sun 26 Jun 5.15pm Sat 25 Jun 8.15pm Waste Land (PG) Lucy Walker, Brazil/UK 2010, 99 min An uplifting feature documentary highlighting the transformative power of art and the beauty of the human spirit. Top-selling contemporary artist Vik Muniz takes us on an emotional journey from Jardim Gramacho, the world's largest landfill on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, to the heights of international art stardom. Vik collaborates with the brilliant catadores, pickers of recyclable materials, true Shakespearean

characters who live and work in the garbage quoting Machiavelli and showing us how to recycle ourselves. Thur 30 Jun 5.15pm (u)

Tuesday and Thursday Cinema Meal Deal for ÂŁ11 Make your visit to macrobert the perfect night out! Our Cinema Meal Deal is one of the best bargains around. On Tuesday and Thursday between 5.00pm and 8.00pm you can get your cinema ticket, a meal and a drink for only ÂŁ11. Choose from our exciting menu, treat yourself to a glass of wine, a bottle of beer or a soft drink and enjoy the film! Snacks If you are hungry or thirsty, you can take drinks into the cinema with you, or choose from a range of cinema favourites and healthy treats.

macrobert is Family Friendly macrobert has been designed with families in mind. We have top-notch baby changing facilities, highchairs, crayons and colouring in sheets and a dedicated baby food area, and our children’s menu is filled with favourites. 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 - please look at the listings at the back of the brochure or ask for details. Concessions tickets are available for people with a disability plus carer. Hire Us The Norman McLaren filmhouse at macrobert is available to hire for private screenings. If you want to see a special film without booking a private screening,

guarantee us 20 tickets sold and we’ll programme the film of your choice (subject to availability). To find out more about hosting your next event at macrobert or to arrange a showround please contact our Conference & Events Manager Kate Timperley at 01786 467153 or Feedback We would love to hear any feedback. Please email us at or send us a tweet @macrobert macrobert online – 24/7 Get much more information about macrobert and our films at, whenever you like, as much as you like. For feedback, competitions and the latest news and gossip follow macrobert on (Twitter logo) @macrobert or become our fan on (Facebook logo).

If you would like a large print version of this brochure, please email, call 01786 466666 or ask at the box office.

Please Note o Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded, except in the event of cancellation of a screening by macrobert. o We reserve the right to relocate film screenings between the Norman McLaren filmhouse and the mainhouse. In such cases seating will be unreserved. o (tbc) means that the film is awaiting BBFC or local authority licensing approval. o The use of cameras and recording equipment is not permitted. o Screen advertisements and trailers are shown before all films.

Your Visit o When travelling by car, you can park free on the university campus. Please give yourself time, as it can be busy sometimes.

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May Sun 1

Tangled (PG) Rabbit Hole (12A) The Tempest (PG)

1.30pm (f)(a) 5.15pm 8.15pm (a)

Mon 2

Tangled (PG) With Gilbert & George (15)

1.30pm (f) 7.30pm

Tue 3

With Gilbert & George (15)


Wed 4

Black Swan (15)

10.30am (bs)(t) 2pm (w) 7.30pm

Thu 5

The Ghost Writer (15) Frost/Nixon (15) Good Night and Good Luck (PG) The Queen In The Loop (15)

10.00am 1.30pm 5.15pm (a) 8.15pm 11.00pm

Fri 6

Honeymooner (15) The Adjustment Bureau (12A)

5.15pm 8.15pm

Sat 7

Eleanor’s Secret (U) The Adjustment Bureau (12A) Honeymooner (15)

1.30pm (f) 5.15pm (st) 8.15pm

Sun 8

Eleanor’s Secret (U) Honeymooner (15) The Adjustment Bureau (12A)

1.30pm (f) 5.15pm 8.15pm

Mon 9

The Portuguese Nun (tbc)

7.30pm (s)

Tue 10

The Portuguese Nun (tbc)

7.30pm (s)

Wed 11

The Lincoln Lawyer (15)

10.30am (bs)(t) 2pm (w) 7.30pm

Thu 12

The Lincoln Lawyer (15) The African Queen (PG)

5.15pm (u) 8.15pm

Fri 13

Unknown (12A) Archipelago (15)

5.15pm (st) 8.15pm

Sat 14

Mars Needs Moms (PG) Archipelago (15) Unknown (12A)

1.30pm (f)(a) 5.15pm 8.15pm

Sun 15

Mars Needs Moms (PG) Unknown (12A) Archipelago (15)

1.30pm (f)(st)(a) 5.15pm 8.15pm

Mon 16

Benda Bilili (PG)

7.30pm (s)

Tue 17

Benda Bilili (PG)

7.30pm (s)

Wed 18

A Small Act (12A)

10.30am (bs)(t) 2pm (w) 7.30pm (s)

Thu 19

A Small Act (12A) Chicago (12A)

5.15pm (u)(s) 8.15pm (p)

Fri 20

Submarine (15) Paul (15)

5.15pm (a) 8.15pm (a)

Sat 21

Rango (PG) Paul (15) Submarine (15)

1.30pm (f) 5.15pm (a)(st) 8.15pm (a)

Sun 22

Rango (PG) Submarine (15) Paul (15)

1.30pm (f) 5.15pm (a)(st) 8.15pm (a)

Mon 23

Animal Kingdom (15)

7.30pm (a)(st)

Tue 24

Inside Job (12A)


Wed 25

Inside Job (12A)

10.30am (bs)(t) 2pm (w)

Thu 26

My Afternoons With Margueritte (15) La Boheme (U)

5.15pm (u)(s) 8.15pm

Fri 27

Chalet Girl (12A) Battle Los Angeles (12A)

5.15pm(a) 8.15pm

Sat 28

Winnie the Pooh (U) Battle Los Angeles (12A) Chalet Girl (12A)

1.30pm (f)(a) 5.15pm 8.15pm (a)(st)

Sun 29

Winnie the Pooh (U) Chalet Girl (12A)

1.30pm (f)(st)(a) 5.15pm (a)

Battle Los Angeles (12A)


Mon 30

The Way Back (12A)


Tue 31

The Way Back (12A)


Wed 1

Hall Pass (15) iRIDE: Hell On Wheels

10.30am (bs)(t) 7.30pm (p)

Thu 2

Hall Pass (15) Enemies of the People

5.15pm (u) 8.15pm


Fri 3

Arthur (12A) The Eagle (12A)

5.15pm 8.15pm

Sat 4

Turtle’s Tale (U) The Eagle (12A) Arthur (12A)

1.30pm (f) 5.15pm (a)(st) 8.15pm

Sun 5

Turtle’s Tale (U) Arthur (12A) The Eagle (12A)

1.30pm (f)(st) 5.15pm 8.15pm

Mon 6

Living in Emergency



Tue 7

Living in Emergency



Wed 8

Babies (U)

10.30am (bs)(t) 7.30pm

Thu 9

Babies (U) The Last Picture Show (15)

5.15pm (u) 8.15pm

Fri 10

I Am Number Four (12A) 5.15pm (a) You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) 8.15pm

Sat 11

London Animation Festival family session 1.30pm (f) You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) 5.15pm I Am Number Four (12A) 8.15pm (a)

Sun 12

London Animation Festival family session 1.30pm (f) I Am Number Four (12A) 5.15pm (a)(st) You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) 8.15pm

Mon 13

My Dog Tulip (tbc)


Tue 14

My Dog Tulip (tbc)


Wed 15

My Dog Tulip (tbc)

10.30am (bs)(t) 7.30pm

Thu 16

Silken Skin (PG) Footloose (12A)

5.15pm (u)(s) 8.15pm (p)

Fri 17

Ballast (15) Red Riding Hood (12A)

5.15pm 8.15pm

Sat 18

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (U) Red Riding Hood (12A) Ballast (15)

1.30pm (f) 5.15pm 8.15pm

Sun 19

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (U)

1.30pm (f)

Ballast (15) Red Riding Hood (12A)

5.15pm 8.15pm

Mon 20

Oranges & Sunshine (15)


Tue 21

Oranges & Sunshine (15)


Wed 22

Carla’s Song (15)

10.30am (bs)(t) 7.30pm

Thu 23

Carla’s Song (15) Route Irish (15)

5.15pm (u) 8.15pm

Fri 24

Vidal Sassoon The Movie (PG) Pirates of the Caribbean 4 (tbc)

5.15pm 8.15pm (a)

Sat 25

Hop (U)

1.30pm (f)

Pirates of the Caribbean 4 (tbc) Vidal Sassoon The Movie (PG)

5.15pm (a) 8.15pm

Sun 26

Hop (U) Vidal Sassoon The Movie (PG) Pirates of the Caribbean 4 (tbc)

1.30pm (f) 5.15pm 8.15pm (a)

Mon 27

Pirates of the Caribbean 4 (tbc)

1.30pm(a) 7.30pm (a)

Tue 28

Pirates of the Caribbean 4 (tbc)

1.30pm (a) 7.30pm (a)

Wed 29

Pirates of the Caribbean 4 (tbc) Home & Find

10.30am (bs)(t) 1.30pm (a)(st) 7.30pm (p)

Thu 30

Pirates of the Caribbean 4 (tbc) Waste Land (PG)

1.30pm (a) 8.15pm (a) 5.15pm (u)


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