My Week with Marilyn
my week with marilyN the girl with the dragoN tattoo the awakeNiNg hugo AND OTHERS tIckets www.macrobert.org boX offIce 01786 466666
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my week with marilyN simon curtis / uk/usa 2011 / 96 min / (15) contains strong language moN 2 JaN / 7.30pm tue 3 JaN / 7.30pm
Based on the books by Colin Clark, My Week with Marilyn depicts the time Clark spent escorting Marilyn Monroe during the filming of The Prince and the Showgirl as she sought to escape the droves of Hollywood hangers-on and the pressures of fame.
take shelter Jeff Nichols / usa 2011 / 121 min / (15) contains strong language and sustained psychological threat
wed 4 JaN / 7.30pm thu 5 JaN / 7.30pm
When a young family man starts to have premonitions about the end of the world he is forced to contemplate whether the end of the world is approaching or if he is losing his mind like his mother before him.
the rum diary bruce robinson / usa 2011 / 120 min / (15) contains strong language and infrequent drug use
frI 6 JaN / 7.30pm sat 7 JaN / 2.00pm suN 8 JaN / 5.00pm wed 11 JaN / 10.30am* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening
Based on the novel by Hunter S. Thomson, The Rum Diary details the story of a journalist, disillusioned with New York, that relocates to Puerto Rico and adopts the rum soaked lifestyle of his new surroundings.
the awakeNiNg Nick murphy / uk 2011 / 103 min / (15) contains strong violence and psychological threat
sat 7 JaN / 8.00pm suN 8 JaN / 2.00pm moN 9 JaN / 7.30pm wed 11 JaN / 2.00pm**
Haunted by the death of her fiancĂŠ, a young woman focuses her time debunking supernatural myths. When she is called to a boarding school after reported sightings of a ghostly boy haunting the grounds, she encounters something that questions all of her rational beliefs
** Midweek Matinee Screening
the deep blue sea terence davies / uk/usa 2011 / 99 min / (12a) contains one use of strong language and suicide theme
frI 13 JaN / 7.30pm sat 14 JaN / 2.00pm suN 15 JaN / 5.00pm
An adaptation of the classic play by Terence Rattigan, The Deep Blue Sea is the story of a young woman who leaves her high court judge husband for an ex RAF pilot, with whom she has fallen deeply in love.
margaret kenneth lonergan / usa 2011 / 150 min / (15) contains very strong language, strong sex, a gory accident scene & drug use
sat 14 JaN / 5.00pm suN 15 JaN / 8.00pm wed 18 JaN / 10.30am*
When a young girl witnesses a bus accident, her reactions and accusations have a profound effect on the lives of those around her.
* Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening
moNeyball bennett miller / usa 2011 / 133 min / (12a) contains infrequent strong language
sat 14 JaN / 8.00pm suN 15 JaN / 2.00pm
Moneyball is the story of how a young baseball manager, Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) brought success to a team with the lowest payroll in the major leagues and the unconventional methods he used to do it.
sherlock holmes: a game of shadows guy ritchie / usa 2011 / 129 min / (12a) contains moderate violence frI 20 JaN / 7.30pm sat 21 JaN / 2.00pm suN 22 JaN / 5.00pm
With Dr Watson by his side, Sherlock travels across Europe chasing his most challenging adversary who is hell bent on bringing down Western civilisation.
aNother earth mike cahill / usa 2011 / 92 min / (12a) contains moderate sex and one scene of bloody accident injury
sat 21 JaN / 8.00pm suN 22 JaN / 2.00pm moN 23 JaN / 7.30pm wed 25 JaN / 10.30am*
This Sundance award-winning film tells the story of a young astrophysicist who causes a tragic accident on the same day a perfect duplicate of planet Earth is discovered in our solar system, only on this version of earth, the mistakes we make never happen.
* Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening
the girl with the dragoN tattoo david fincher / Various 2011 / (18) contains strong sex and sexual violence frI 27 JaN / 7.30pm sat 28 JaN / 2.00pm suN 29 JaN / 5.00pm
This new version of the successful Stieg Larsson novel, tells the story of Mikael Blomkvist who is called upon to solve the mystery of a woman who disappeared 40 years ago.
50/50 Jonathan levine / usa 2011 / 100 min / (15) contains strong language, once very strong, strong sex and sex references
sat 28 JaN / 5.00pm suN 29 JaN / 8.00pm
A heart wrenching comedy that takes a different look at the stages of dealing with cancer, from anger, denial and acceptance.
trespass Joel schumacher / usa 2011 / 91 min / (15) contains strong language, threat, bloody violence & hard drug use
sat 7 JaN / 5.00pm suN 8 JaN / 8.00pm
A story of betrayal and deception, Trespass tells the story of a wealthy husband and wife held hostage by a group of bandits. As it becomes more apparent that the wife shares a connection with one of the bandits, her husband becomes less inclined to give into them.
puss iN boots chris miller / usa 2011 / 90 min / (u) contains mild comic fight scenes and innuendo
moN 2 – thu 5 JaN / 2.00pm wed 4 JaN / 10.30am*
Long before he met Shrek, Puss was a hero in his own right. He, along with Kitty Softpaws, take on the devious Jack and Jill in an animated swashbuckling adventure.
* Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening
hugo martin scorsese / usa 2011 / 125 min / (pg) contains mild language and scenes of emotional distress and bereavement
frI 6 JaN / 2.00pm sat 7 JaN / 11.00am suN 8 JaN / 11.00am
Set in 1930’s Paris, Hugo tells the magical tale of an orphan who has secretly made his home in a train station and spends his time tending to the railway’s clocks. When he tries to fix a mechanical man, he sets in motion a series of events that threaten to unlock all his secrets.
parked darragh byrne / Ireland 2011 / 94 min / (15) contains strong language, violence and hard drug use
wed 18 JaN / 2.00pm** sat 21 JaN / 5.00pm suN 22 JaN / 8.00pm ** Midweek Matinee Screening
When Fred Daly returns to Ireland with nowhere to live but his car, he is befriended by dope smoking 21 year-old Cathal. Encouraged by his new friend, Fred starts a relationship with a lonely music teacher. As they grow closer, the influence of these three outsiders on each other will change their lives forever.
real steel shawn levy / usa 2011 / 126 min / (12a) contains moderate language and violence
sat 14 JaN / 11.00am suN 15 JaN / 11.00am
In a boxing world where robots rule the ring, a retired boxer reluctantly teams up with his estranged son to build and train a championship contender.
the adVeNtures of tiNtiN: the secret of the uNicorN steven spielberg / usa 2011 / 107 min / (pg) contains moderate fight scenes sat 21 JaN / 11.00am suN 22 JaN / 11.00am
Young reporter, Tintin, flanked by his faithful dog Snowy and Captain Haddock go off in search of an unimaginable sunken treasure. However the dastardly Red Rackham is hot on their tails.
the iNcredibles brad bird / usa 2004 / 120 min / (u) contains mild comic fight scenes and innuendo
sat 28 JaN / 11.00am suN 29 JaN / 11.00am
Having been forced to hide their powers from the world for years, a family of superheroes are once again called into action as a new super-villain threatens the world.
missioN: impossible ghost protocol brad bird / usa 2011 / tbc sat 28 JaN / 8.00pm suN 29 JaN / 2.00pm moN 30 JaN / 7.30pm
When the Kremlin is blown up and blame is left with the Impossible Missions Force, Ethan Hunt and his team must go it alone in order to clear their name.
aN africaN electioN Jarreth merz,Â kevin merz / Various 2011 / 90 min / (pg) contains mild language wed 11 JaN / 7.30pm
An African Election is a political documentary that exposes the never-before-seen, nitty-gritty of political electioneering in Africa. It captures the intrigues of political campaigns; the almost carnival like atmosphere that is laced with fear of the unknown and the danger that lurks behindthe-scenes.
the last waltz martin scorsese / usa 1978 / 118 min / (u) contains infrequent mild sex references
tue 31 JaN / 7.30pm thu 2 feb / 7.30pm
Martin Scorseseâ€™s documentary of the 1976 final performance of the legendary Sixties rock group The Band, features some of the greatest rock performers of their generation whilst taking a bittersweet look back at an era that was just beginning to fade.
we Need to talk about keViN lynne ramsay / uk 2011 / 112 min / (15) contains strong language & sex / warning: due to the nature of this story, some viewers may find this film distressing tues 24 JaN / 7.30pm wed 25 JaN / 2.00pm** thu 26 JaN / 7.30pm ** Midweek Matinee Screening
Eva (Tilda Swinton) is a mother constantly questioning her own role in the high school massacre carried out by her son and whether there was anything she could have done to prevent the atrocity.
iride: race across the sky: 2010 leadVille trail 100 frank matson / usa 2010 / 88 min / (12a) contains infrequent strong language wed 18 JaN / 7.30pm / tIckets ÂŁ6 full / ÂŁ5 frIeNds
Race Across the Sky 2010 delves into the resulting race entry boom after Lance Armstrong set a new course record that seemed unattainable in 2009, including record numbers of riders of all abilities, all with their own personal reasons for challenging themselves to this epic test of will, strength and endurance.
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romaNtics aNoNymous Les Emotifs Anonymes / Jean-pierre ameris / france 2011 / 77 min / french with english subtitles / (12a) contains one scene of moderate sex tue 10 JaN / 7.30pm*** thu 12 JaN / 7.30pm*** *** Subtitled Screening
What occurs when a highly emotional man meets a highly emotional woman? They fall in love. Whether they will manage to get together, join their solitudes and live happily ever after is another matter entirely.
we haVe a pope Habemus Papam / Nanni moretti / Italy/france 2011 / 105 min / Italian with english subtitles / (pg) contains infrequent mild sex references and language tue 17 JaN / 7.30pm*** thu 19 JaN / 7.30pm*** *** Subtitled Screening
A new Pope is being elected in Rome and the conclave of Catholic Cardinals makes its decision and white smoke issues, to symbolically announce the news. The problem is that the French Pope-elect then suffers an immediate crisis of confidence and seeks secret assistance from a sceptical psychotherapist.
las acacias pablo giorgelli / spain 2011 / 86 min / (12a) contains one use of strong language
wed 25 JaN / 7.30pm*** *** Subtitled Screening
Winner of multiple awards at this yearâ€™s Cannes Festival, Las Acacias is a tender road movie exploring loneliness and the pain of loss which grows into a poignant tale about a passing encounter between two strangers and the unlikely bond that grows between them.
the midweek matiNee
come aNd cosy up with macrobert’s New midweek matiNee Each Wednesday from January 11th we bring you one of the movie highlights from our season at an incredible £2.50! Not only that but we even throw in a tea or coffee for free to help melt away those winter blues. So look out for the specially marked screenings (**) in this month’s brochure.
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Bring your baby along and enjoy films on the big screen in a baby-friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Membership is free and open to any baby under 12 months — just sign up before the film. Screenings start at 10.30am each Wednesday and are marked throughout the brochure (*). Supported by
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fiNd us university of stirling, stirling, fk9 4la Park for free 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 screenings before 4.00pm: friends £3.80/full price £4.75/concession £4.25 screenings after 4.00pm: friends £4.60/full price £5.75/concession £5.25 special family price for 11.00am screenings: friends £3.40/full price £4.25/concession £3.75 film four pack (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at 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. Tickets cannot be exchanged or 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
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