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macrobert give you a second chance to see some of the biggest hits of the past few months and revisit some classic films from days gone by.

SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA

SPECIAL EVENTS

* BEPANTHEN PARENT & BABY SCREENING ** MIDWEEK MATINEE SCREENING *** SUBTITLED SCREENING **** SPECIAL PRICE

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Each month macrobert brings you a range of special event screenings, ranging from post show discussions to genre specific films and everything in between.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS

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BOOKED OUT - MEET THE DIRECTOR

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Guy Ritchie / USA 2011 / 129 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence

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Main funders

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.

Bryan O’Neil / USA 2012 / 118 min / (12A) Contains infrequent mild sex references

SUNDAY

ACCESS INFORMATION

With Dr Watson by his side, Sherlock travels across Europe chasing his most challenging adversary who is hell bent on bringing down Western civilisation.

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MACROBERT THANKS THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR SUPPORT

WED 14 MAR 7.30PM

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

SAT 3 MAR 2.00PM*** SUN 4 MAR 2.00PM WED 7 MAR 7.30PM

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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)

*** Subtitled Screening

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Followed by a Q and A with director Bryan O’Neil

19 20 21

BOX OFFICE OPENING HOURS

Ailidh has two loves in this world: spying on her apartment-house neighbours and writing graphic novels. The arrival of a young man, Jacob, inspires Ailidh and she soon begins conjuring up increasingly elaborate plans to bump into the mysterious Jacob. Unfortunately, Ailidh’s romantic endeavours are disrupted when she realises she isn’t the only girl in Jacob’s life.

SUNDAY

WAR HORSE

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Our cinema is available to hire for private screenings. Guarantee us 20 tickets sold and we will programme the film of your choice (subject to availability). To find out more contact Kate Timperley at 01786 467153 or kate.timperley@macrobert.org

IRIDE - CHASING LEGENDS

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

FANCY A PRIVATE SCREENING? HIRE US!

Steven Spielberg / USA 2011 / 146 min / (12A) Contains moderate language and violence

15 16 17

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

Jason Berry / USA 2010 / 90 min / (15) Contains strong language

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

When a young boy’s horse, Joey, is sent to the trenches of World War One, the bond between the two is torn apart. Although too young to enlist, the boy heads to France to rescue his friend.

12 13 14

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.

Our cafébar and restaurant serve freshly made and scrumptious food, with a choice of specials. Serving all week until 7.45pm (last orders). To book a table call 01786 466610.

SAT 3 MAR 8.00PM SUN 4 MAR 5.00PM MON 5 MAR 7.30PM

SUNDAY

GREAT FOOD

WED 28 MAR 8.15PM TICKETS £6 FULL/£5 FRIENDS

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Film Four Pack (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at same time): full price £17.20/concession £13.20

There is no greater sporting event in all of cycling than the Tour de France. Chasing Legends touches on the rich history, passion and true grit of The Tour as seen through the eyes of Team HTC Columbia along with commentary from Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Eddy Merckx, Lance Armstrong and some of the sport’s most prolific heroes.

FRIDAY SATURDAY

CASABLANCA

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Kids Film Club 11.00am screenings: £1.50 each/£5 (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at the same time)

MARCH 2012

Get a Student Loyalty Card and get every fourth film free. www.macrobert.org/students

Michael Curtiz / USA 1942 / 102 min / (U) Contains mild violence

THURSDAY

Screenings after 4.00pm: friends £4.60/full price £5.75/concession £5.25

I LOVE FILM STUDENT LOYALTY CARD

MACROBERT FILMHOUSE

INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY - 63 YEARS ON

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Screenings before 4.00pm: friends £3.80/full price £4.75/concession £4.25

Become a friend and get at least 20% off most tickets, plus 20% off on food and drinks. www.macrobert.org/friends

D. Kim Dong Won, English / Korean / Chinese / Tagalog 2008 / (TBC)

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

TICKET PRICES

Night club owner Rick Blane’s life is turned upside down when an old flame and her husband arrive in Casablanca. He is forced to choose between his love for her and helping her husband escape and continue his fight against the Nazis.

5 6 7

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.

THU 8 MAR 6.00PM

SUNDAY

7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM*** 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 6.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 8.15PM**** 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM

MACROBERT FRIENDS

TUE 27 MAR 7.30PM WED 28 MAR 2.00PM** THU 29 MAR 7.30PM

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HAYWIRE THE DESCENDANTS YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS WAR HORSE THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE TATSUMI W.E THE DESCENDANTS SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS 63 YEARS ON TATSUMI THE ARTIST RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND THE ARTIST W.E RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND W.E THE ARTIST W.E MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE THE ARTIST BOOKED OUT MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE CARNAGE KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE MAN ON A LEDGE A DANGEROUS METHOD ICE AGE 3 EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD THIS MEANS WAR ICE AGE 3 THIS MEANS WAR EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE CASABLANCA THIS MEANS WAR CASABLANCA CHASING LEGENDS CASABLANCA BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL UP BIG MIRACLE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL CHRONICLE

TUE 6 MAR 7.30PM THU 8 MAR 7.30PM

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

** Midweek Matinee Screening

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FIND US

Award-winning director Kim Dong Won presents the harrowing experiences of five international survivors of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery during WWII. This telling of their experience is supported by excellent research to create an honest and heartbreaking documentary.

DIARY

MARCH 2012

A tribute to an artist who sought to make comics cinematic, Eric Khoo’s animated feature Tatsumi brings manga legend Yoshihiro Tatsumi classic stories to the big screen for the first time. Eric Khoo / Japan 2011 / 96 min / (15) Contains strong sex Japanese with English subtitles

TATSUMI

FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA Supported by Bring your baby along and enjoy films on the big screen in a baby-friendly, relaxed atmosphere with the lights dimmed and the sound at a comfortable level. 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 (*).

PARENT AND BABY SCREENINGS Each Wednesday at 2.00pm we bring you one of the months’ movie highlights for only £2.50. Not only that but we will throw in a free tea or coffee to help you relax that little bit more. So look out for the specially marked screenings (**) in this month’s brochure.

COME AND COSY UP WITH MACROBERT’S NEW MIDWEEK MATINEE

THE MIDWEEK MATINEE


JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND

NEW AT MACROBERT Each month, macrobert brings you some of the biggest blockbusters to hit the big screen!

SAT 10 MAR 2.00PM SUN 11 MAR 2.00PM

The sequel to the 2008 hit Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island follows young Sean Anderson and his step father on their quest to find the source of a coded message they received from an incredible island, where they must rescue its lone inhabitant and escape before the island and its treasures are buried forever.

TUE 20 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 7.30PM THU 22 MAR 7.30PM

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Steven Soderbergh / USA 2012 /92 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

THU 1 MAR / 7.30PM

Asger Leth / USA 2011 / 102 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence and one use of strong language

Brad Peyton / USA 2012 / 94 min / (PG) Contains mild adventure action

HAYWIRE

In Haywire, Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh brings us the story of a highly-trained female black ops soldier who is double-crossed by the people she trusts the most. She becomes a fugitive, pursued by ex-comrades intent on becoming her killers. Using all her skills to stay alive, she’s determined to uncover the truth of her betrayal.

MAN ON A LEDGE

A DANGEROUS METHOD David Cronenberg / USA 2011 / 100 min / (15) Contains strong sex

Sean Durkin / USA 2011 / 102 min/ (15) Contains strong sex and language TUE 13 MAR 7.30PM WED 14 MAR 10.30AM* THU 15 MAR 7.30PM * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE DESCENDANTS

A young woman escapes from the clutches of an evil cult and its charismatic leader. Haunted by painful memories and increasing paranoia, she desperately tries to return to normal life with her family, but soon starts to believe the cult may be secretly trying to claim her back.

FRI 23 MAR 7.30PM SAT 24 MAR 5.00PM SUN 25 MAR 8.00PM

CARNAGE

FRI 2 MAR 7.30PM SAT 3 MAR 5.00PM SUN 4 MAR 8.00PM WED 7 MAR 2.00PM**

Roman Polanski / France 2011 / 80 min / (15) Contains strong language

Alexander Payne, USA 2011, 114 min Comedy drama The Descendants follows Matt King (George Clooney), a complacent and wealthy Hawaiian landowner who is forced to re-evaluate his comfortable life when his wife is involved in a boating accident.

The latest offering from Roman Polanski is a story of two families who attempt to reconcile their children’s differences over a civilised dinner that rapidly degenerates into a chaotically childish war of attrition.

FRI 16 MAR 7.30PM SAT 17 MAR 5.00PM SUN 18 MAR 8.00PM

Stephen Daldry / USA 2011 / 130 min / (12A) Contains infrequent strong language and discriminatory terms SAT 24 MAR 2.00PM SUN 25 MAR 5.00PM MON 26 MAR 7.30PM

** Midweek Matinee Screening

WED 7 MAR 10.30AM* SAT 10 MAR 8.00PM SUN 11 MAR 5.00PM MON 12 MAR 7.30PM

JACK AND JILL

THIS MEANS WAR

Madonna /USA 2011 / 119 min/ (15) Contains strong language, once very strong, and scenes of domestic violence

Dennis Dugan / USA 2012 / 91 min / (PG) Contains mild sex references, language, comic violence and crude humour

McG / UK 2012 / 98 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence & sex references & one use of strong language

New York trophy wife, Wally Winthrop is obsessed with King Edward VIII’s rejection of the British throne for his lover Wallis Simpson but soon finds that their story was not as perfect as she imagined.

Jack Sadelstein, a successful LA advertising executive, would enjoy a perfect life if it wasn’t for one thing, his infuriating twin sister Jill. Each year, his happy existence is shattered when she arrives for her annual Thanksgiving visit. But this time, she threatens to become a permanent fixture of the Sadelstein home when she refuses to leave.

Two of the world’s top secret agents are best friends who never let anything come between them - until they inadvertently fall for the same woman. It’s all-out war, as the two spies battle each other with high-tech surveillance, advanced tactics, and an arsenal capable of bringing down a small country.

SAT 17 MAR 2.00PM SUN 18 MAR 2.00PM WED 21 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE ARTIST

SAT 24 MAR 8.00PM SUN 25 MAR 2.00PM WED 28 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Nominated for 10 Oscars Michel Hazanavicius / France/Belguim 2011 / 100 min / (PG) Contains scene of mild threat George Valentin is a world-famous silent movie superstar whose illustrious career looks set to come to an abrupt end with the arrival of the talkies. At the same time, Peppy Miller, a struggling dancer, is catapulted into stardom thanks to her natural ability for the new medium.

James Watkins / UK 2011 / 95 min / (15) Contains intense supernatural threat and horror

SAT 17 MAR 8.00PM SUN 18 MAR 5.00PM MON 19 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

** Midweek Matinee Screening

KIDS FILM CLUB Join macrobert at 11.00am on Saturday and Sunday mornings for the all new Kids Film Club. Become a member now and even the adults only have to pay £1.50 or you can select four films in the month for £5. You can also pick up a bag full of goodies like popcorn and juice for only £1.50 as part of your membership!

SAT 3 MAR 11.00AM SUN 4 MAR 11.00AM

SAT 10 MAR 11.00AM SUN 11 MAR 11.00AM

Based on the acclaimed novel, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close follows Oskar a young boy who, after finding a mysterious key that belonged to the father he lost during the 9/11 tragedy, sets out on a journey to find the lock it opens.

W.E

* Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

FRI 9 MAR 7.30PM SAT 10 MAR 5.00PM SUN 11 MAR 8.00PM WED 14 MAR 2.00PM**

Based on the play by Christopher Hampton, David Cronenberg’s film explores the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, their controversial theories that created the science of psychoanalysis and the young woman that comes between them.

EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE

Nominated for 5 Oscars Alexander Payne / USA 2011 / 114 min / (15) Contains strong language

An ex-con and wanted fugitive threatens suicide from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, whilst an unconventional police psychologist tries to talk him down. As the negotiations lengthen, she realises that his motives may well be connected to the diamond heist that’s taking place as the tension between them mounts.

SAT 17 MAR 11.00AM SUN 18 MAR 11.00AM

Working alone in an old mansion, Kipps begins to uncover the town’s tragic and tortured secrets. His fears escalate when he discovers that local children have been dying under mysterious circumstances. As those closest to him become threatened by the vengeful woman in black, Kipps must find a way to break the cycle of terror.

John Madden / UK 2012 / 124 min / (12A) Contains strong language, moderate sex references and racist remarks FRI 30 MAR 7.30PM SAT 31 MAR 5.00PM SUN 1 APR 8.00PM WED 4 APR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

A group of English pensioner’s retirement takes an unconventional turn when they abandon their homeland for a seemingly luxurious sanctuary for “the elderly and beautiful” in Jaipur, India. On arrival, they discover that the hotel falls somewhat short of the romantic idyll promise, but won over and find that life can begin again when you let go of the past.

KUNG FU PANDA 2

BIG MIRACLE

Jennifer Yuh / USA 2011 / 90 min / (U) Contains mild violence

Kevin Kwapis / USA 2012 / 107 min / (PG) Contains infrequent mild language

Po is now living his dream as The Dragon Warrior, protecting the Valley of Peace alongside his friends, The Furious Five. But Po’s new life of awesomeness is threatened by the emergence of a formidable villain who plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer China and destroy Kung Fu.

Based on the 1989 book ‘Freeing the Whales’ by Tom Rose, Big Miracle tells the incredible story of a reporter and conservationist who bring together everyday people and world superpowers to save a family of grey whales trapped in rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle.

SAT 31 MAR 2.00PM SUN 1 APR 2.00PM

YOGI BEAR

ICE AGE 3

CHRONICLE

Eric Brevig / USA/NZ 2010 / 80 min / (U) Contains very mild language and slapstick

Carlos Saldanha & Mike Thurmeier / USA 2011 / 93 min / (U) Contains scenes of threat, mild comic violence and innuendo

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

Jellystone Park is celebrating its 100th anniversary. However, it may be for the last time, because attendance is down and Mayor Brown wants to close the park and sell the land. If the park is closed, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo will lose their home. They join forces with Ranger Smith to save Jellystone from closing forever.

SAT 24 MAR 11.00AM SUN 25 MAR 11.00AM

Things have changed since “the meltdown” – Manny the Mammoth and Ellie are expecting a baby, Diego the Sabre-toothed tiger is fed up with being treated like a house-cat, and Sid the Sloth begins to wish for a family of his own. But when Sid steals some dinosaur eggs in an attempt to start his own family, he creates trouble for everyone!

RIO

UP

Carlos Saldanha / USA 2011 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild comic threat, slapstick violence and innuendo

Pete Docter/ USA 2009 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild threat

Blu is a domesticated Macaw who never learned to fly, living a comfortable life with his owner and best friend. Blu and Linda think he’s the last of his kind, but when they learn about another Macaw who lives in Rio de Janeiro, they head to the faraway and exotic land to find Jewel, Blu’s female counterpart.

SAT 31 MAR 11.00AM SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Carl, 78 year old balloon salesman, is finally fulfilling a lifelong dream of a great adventure. He ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of South America. But he discovers all too late that his biggest nightmare, an overly optimistic 8 year old wilderness explorer named Russell, has stowed away on the trip.

SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

A cautionary tale of three high school friends who develop superhero-like powers after being exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that darker forces are at work as their lives begin to take a sinister turn.

CHRONICLE

FAMILY FUNDAYS SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence Family Fundays are a new regular feature in the A cautionary tale of three high school friends macrobert events calendar. Once a month we who develop superhero-like powers afterto being will programme even more fun activities give exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using you and your family the opportunity to explore their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that your creative side. You can choose from a pick ‘n’ darker forces areand at work asincluding their lives begin to mix of activities events interactive take a sinister turn. storytelling performances, drop in dance, drama, film and arts workshops, creative quizzes and other magical performances. Find out more at www.macrobert.org/fundays


JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND

NEW AT MACROBERT Each month, macrobert brings you some of the biggest blockbusters to hit the big screen!

SAT 10 MAR 2.00PM SUN 11 MAR 2.00PM

The sequel to the 2008 hit Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island follows young Sean Anderson and his step father on their quest to find the source of a coded message they received from an incredible island, where they must rescue its lone inhabitant and escape before the island and its treasures are buried forever.

TUE 20 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 7.30PM THU 22 MAR 7.30PM

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Steven Soderbergh / USA 2012 /92 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

THU 1 MAR / 7.30PM

Asger Leth / USA 2011 / 102 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence and one use of strong language

Brad Peyton / USA 2012 / 94 min / (PG) Contains mild adventure action

HAYWIRE

In Haywire, Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh brings us the story of a highly-trained female black ops soldier who is double-crossed by the people she trusts the most. She becomes a fugitive, pursued by ex-comrades intent on becoming her killers. Using all her skills to stay alive, she’s determined to uncover the truth of her betrayal.

MAN ON A LEDGE

A DANGEROUS METHOD David Cronenberg / USA 2011 / 100 min / (15) Contains strong sex

Sean Durkin / USA 2011 / 102 min/ (15) Contains strong sex and language TUE 13 MAR 7.30PM WED 14 MAR 10.30AM* THU 15 MAR 7.30PM * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE DESCENDANTS

A young woman escapes from the clutches of an evil cult and its charismatic leader. Haunted by painful memories and increasing paranoia, she desperately tries to return to normal life with her family, but soon starts to believe the cult may be secretly trying to claim her back.

FRI 23 MAR 7.30PM SAT 24 MAR 5.00PM SUN 25 MAR 8.00PM

CARNAGE

FRI 2 MAR 7.30PM SAT 3 MAR 5.00PM SUN 4 MAR 8.00PM WED 7 MAR 2.00PM**

Roman Polanski / France 2011 / 80 min / (15) Contains strong language

Alexander Payne, USA 2011, 114 min Comedy drama The Descendants follows Matt King (George Clooney), a complacent and wealthy Hawaiian landowner who is forced to re-evaluate his comfortable life when his wife is involved in a boating accident.

The latest offering from Roman Polanski is a story of two families who attempt to reconcile their children’s differences over a civilised dinner that rapidly degenerates into a chaotically childish war of attrition.

FRI 16 MAR 7.30PM SAT 17 MAR 5.00PM SUN 18 MAR 8.00PM

Stephen Daldry / USA 2011 / 130 min / (12A) Contains infrequent strong language and discriminatory terms SAT 24 MAR 2.00PM SUN 25 MAR 5.00PM MON 26 MAR 7.30PM

** Midweek Matinee Screening

WED 7 MAR 10.30AM* SAT 10 MAR 8.00PM SUN 11 MAR 5.00PM MON 12 MAR 7.30PM

JACK AND JILL

THIS MEANS WAR

Madonna /USA 2011 / 119 min/ (15) Contains strong language, once very strong, and scenes of domestic violence

Dennis Dugan / USA 2012 / 91 min / (PG) Contains mild sex references, language, comic violence and crude humour

McG / UK 2012 / 98 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence & sex references & one use of strong language

New York trophy wife, Wally Winthrop is obsessed with King Edward VIII’s rejection of the British throne for his lover Wallis Simpson but soon finds that their story was not as perfect as she imagined.

Jack Sadelstein, a successful LA advertising executive, would enjoy a perfect life if it wasn’t for one thing, his infuriating twin sister Jill. Each year, his happy existence is shattered when she arrives for her annual Thanksgiving visit. But this time, she threatens to become a permanent fixture of the Sadelstein home when she refuses to leave.

Two of the world’s top secret agents are best friends who never let anything come between them - until they inadvertently fall for the same woman. It’s all-out war, as the two spies battle each other with high-tech surveillance, advanced tactics, and an arsenal capable of bringing down a small country.

SAT 17 MAR 2.00PM SUN 18 MAR 2.00PM WED 21 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE ARTIST

SAT 24 MAR 8.00PM SUN 25 MAR 2.00PM WED 28 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Nominated for 10 Oscars Michel Hazanavicius / France/Belguim 2011 / 100 min / (PG) Contains scene of mild threat George Valentin is a world-famous silent movie superstar whose illustrious career looks set to come to an abrupt end with the arrival of the talkies. At the same time, Peppy Miller, a struggling dancer, is catapulted into stardom thanks to her natural ability for the new medium.

James Watkins / UK 2011 / 95 min / (15) Contains intense supernatural threat and horror

SAT 17 MAR 8.00PM SUN 18 MAR 5.00PM MON 19 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

** Midweek Matinee Screening

KIDS FILM CLUB Join macrobert at 11.00am on Saturday and Sunday mornings for the all new Kids Film Club. Become a member now and even the adults only have to pay £1.50 or you can select four films in the month for £5. You can also pick up a bag full of goodies like popcorn and juice for only £1.50 as part of your membership!

SAT 3 MAR 11.00AM SUN 4 MAR 11.00AM

SAT 10 MAR 11.00AM SUN 11 MAR 11.00AM

Based on the acclaimed novel, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close follows Oskar a young boy who, after finding a mysterious key that belonged to the father he lost during the 9/11 tragedy, sets out on a journey to find the lock it opens.

W.E

* Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

FRI 9 MAR 7.30PM SAT 10 MAR 5.00PM SUN 11 MAR 8.00PM WED 14 MAR 2.00PM**

Based on the play by Christopher Hampton, David Cronenberg’s film explores the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, their controversial theories that created the science of psychoanalysis and the young woman that comes between them.

EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE

Nominated for 5 Oscars Alexander Payne / USA 2011 / 114 min / (15) Contains strong language

An ex-con and wanted fugitive threatens suicide from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, whilst an unconventional police psychologist tries to talk him down. As the negotiations lengthen, she realises that his motives may well be connected to the diamond heist that’s taking place as the tension between them mounts.

SAT 17 MAR 11.00AM SUN 18 MAR 11.00AM

Working alone in an old mansion, Kipps begins to uncover the town’s tragic and tortured secrets. His fears escalate when he discovers that local children have been dying under mysterious circumstances. As those closest to him become threatened by the vengeful woman in black, Kipps must find a way to break the cycle of terror.

John Madden / UK 2012 / 124 min / (12A) Contains strong language, moderate sex references and racist remarks FRI 30 MAR 7.30PM SAT 31 MAR 5.00PM SUN 1 APR 8.00PM WED 4 APR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

A group of English pensioner’s retirement takes an unconventional turn when they abandon their homeland for a seemingly luxurious sanctuary for “the elderly and beautiful” in Jaipur, India. On arrival, they discover that the hotel falls somewhat short of the romantic idyll promise, but won over and find that life can begin again when you let go of the past.

KUNG FU PANDA 2

BIG MIRACLE

Jennifer Yuh / USA 2011 / 90 min / (U) Contains mild violence

Kevin Kwapis / USA 2012 / 107 min / (PG) Contains infrequent mild language

Po is now living his dream as The Dragon Warrior, protecting the Valley of Peace alongside his friends, The Furious Five. But Po’s new life of awesomeness is threatened by the emergence of a formidable villain who plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer China and destroy Kung Fu.

Based on the 1989 book ‘Freeing the Whales’ by Tom Rose, Big Miracle tells the incredible story of a reporter and conservationist who bring together everyday people and world superpowers to save a family of grey whales trapped in rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle.

SAT 31 MAR 2.00PM SUN 1 APR 2.00PM

YOGI BEAR

ICE AGE 3

CHRONICLE

Eric Brevig / USA/NZ 2010 / 80 min / (U) Contains very mild language and slapstick

Carlos Saldanha & Mike Thurmeier / USA 2011 / 93 min / (U) Contains scenes of threat, mild comic violence and innuendo

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

Jellystone Park is celebrating its 100th anniversary. However, it may be for the last time, because attendance is down and Mayor Brown wants to close the park and sell the land. If the park is closed, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo will lose their home. They join forces with Ranger Smith to save Jellystone from closing forever.

SAT 24 MAR 11.00AM SUN 25 MAR 11.00AM

Things have changed since “the meltdown” – Manny the Mammoth and Ellie are expecting a baby, Diego the Sabre-toothed tiger is fed up with being treated like a house-cat, and Sid the Sloth begins to wish for a family of his own. But when Sid steals some dinosaur eggs in an attempt to start his own family, he creates trouble for everyone!

RIO

UP

Carlos Saldanha / USA 2011 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild comic threat, slapstick violence and innuendo

Pete Docter/ USA 2009 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild threat

Blu is a domesticated Macaw who never learned to fly, living a comfortable life with his owner and best friend. Blu and Linda think he’s the last of his kind, but when they learn about another Macaw who lives in Rio de Janeiro, they head to the faraway and exotic land to find Jewel, Blu’s female counterpart.

SAT 31 MAR 11.00AM SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Carl, 78 year old balloon salesman, is finally fulfilling a lifelong dream of a great adventure. He ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of South America. But he discovers all too late that his biggest nightmare, an overly optimistic 8 year old wilderness explorer named Russell, has stowed away on the trip.

SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

A cautionary tale of three high school friends who develop superhero-like powers after being exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that darker forces are at work as their lives begin to take a sinister turn.

CHRONICLE

FAMILY FUNDAYS SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence Family Fundays are a new regular feature in the A cautionary tale of three high school friends macrobert events calendar. Once a month we who develop superhero-like powers afterto being will programme even more fun activities give exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using you and your family the opportunity to explore their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that your creative side. You can choose from a pick ‘n’ darker forces areand at work asincluding their lives begin to mix of activities events interactive take a sinister turn. storytelling performances, drop in dance, drama, film and arts workshops, creative quizzes and other magical performances. Find out more at www.macrobert.org/fundays


JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND

NEW AT MACROBERT Each month, macrobert brings you some of the biggest blockbusters to hit the big screen!

SAT 10 MAR 2.00PM SUN 11 MAR 2.00PM

The sequel to the 2008 hit Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island follows young Sean Anderson and his step father on their quest to find the source of a coded message they received from an incredible island, where they must rescue its lone inhabitant and escape before the island and its treasures are buried forever.

TUE 20 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 7.30PM THU 22 MAR 7.30PM

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Steven Soderbergh / USA 2012 /92 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

THU 1 MAR / 7.30PM

Asger Leth / USA 2011 / 102 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence and one use of strong language

Brad Peyton / USA 2012 / 94 min / (PG) Contains mild adventure action

HAYWIRE

In Haywire, Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh brings us the story of a highly-trained female black ops soldier who is double-crossed by the people she trusts the most. She becomes a fugitive, pursued by ex-comrades intent on becoming her killers. Using all her skills to stay alive, she’s determined to uncover the truth of her betrayal.

MAN ON A LEDGE

A DANGEROUS METHOD David Cronenberg / USA 2011 / 100 min / (15) Contains strong sex

Sean Durkin / USA 2011 / 102 min/ (15) Contains strong sex and language TUE 13 MAR 7.30PM WED 14 MAR 10.30AM* THU 15 MAR 7.30PM * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE DESCENDANTS

A young woman escapes from the clutches of an evil cult and its charismatic leader. Haunted by painful memories and increasing paranoia, she desperately tries to return to normal life with her family, but soon starts to believe the cult may be secretly trying to claim her back.

FRI 23 MAR 7.30PM SAT 24 MAR 5.00PM SUN 25 MAR 8.00PM

CARNAGE

FRI 2 MAR 7.30PM SAT 3 MAR 5.00PM SUN 4 MAR 8.00PM WED 7 MAR 2.00PM**

Roman Polanski / France 2011 / 80 min / (15) Contains strong language

Alexander Payne, USA 2011, 114 min Comedy drama The Descendants follows Matt King (George Clooney), a complacent and wealthy Hawaiian landowner who is forced to re-evaluate his comfortable life when his wife is involved in a boating accident.

The latest offering from Roman Polanski is a story of two families who attempt to reconcile their children’s differences over a civilised dinner that rapidly degenerates into a chaotically childish war of attrition.

FRI 16 MAR 7.30PM SAT 17 MAR 5.00PM SUN 18 MAR 8.00PM

Stephen Daldry / USA 2011 / 130 min / (12A) Contains infrequent strong language and discriminatory terms SAT 24 MAR 2.00PM SUN 25 MAR 5.00PM MON 26 MAR 7.30PM

** Midweek Matinee Screening

WED 7 MAR 10.30AM* SAT 10 MAR 8.00PM SUN 11 MAR 5.00PM MON 12 MAR 7.30PM

JACK AND JILL

THIS MEANS WAR

Madonna /USA 2011 / 119 min/ (15) Contains strong language, once very strong, and scenes of domestic violence

Dennis Dugan / USA 2012 / 91 min / (PG) Contains mild sex references, language, comic violence and crude humour

McG / UK 2012 / 98 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence & sex references & one use of strong language

New York trophy wife, Wally Winthrop is obsessed with King Edward VIII’s rejection of the British throne for his lover Wallis Simpson but soon finds that their story was not as perfect as she imagined.

Jack Sadelstein, a successful LA advertising executive, would enjoy a perfect life if it wasn’t for one thing, his infuriating twin sister Jill. Each year, his happy existence is shattered when she arrives for her annual Thanksgiving visit. But this time, she threatens to become a permanent fixture of the Sadelstein home when she refuses to leave.

Two of the world’s top secret agents are best friends who never let anything come between them - until they inadvertently fall for the same woman. It’s all-out war, as the two spies battle each other with high-tech surveillance, advanced tactics, and an arsenal capable of bringing down a small country.

SAT 17 MAR 2.00PM SUN 18 MAR 2.00PM WED 21 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE ARTIST

SAT 24 MAR 8.00PM SUN 25 MAR 2.00PM WED 28 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Nominated for 10 Oscars Michel Hazanavicius / France/Belguim 2011 / 100 min / (PG) Contains scene of mild threat George Valentin is a world-famous silent movie superstar whose illustrious career looks set to come to an abrupt end with the arrival of the talkies. At the same time, Peppy Miller, a struggling dancer, is catapulted into stardom thanks to her natural ability for the new medium.

James Watkins / UK 2011 / 95 min / (15) Contains intense supernatural threat and horror

SAT 17 MAR 8.00PM SUN 18 MAR 5.00PM MON 19 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

** Midweek Matinee Screening

KIDS FILM CLUB Join macrobert at 11.00am on Saturday and Sunday mornings for the all new Kids Film Club. Become a member now and even the adults only have to pay £1.50 or you can select four films in the month for £5. You can also pick up a bag full of goodies like popcorn and juice for only £1.50 as part of your membership!

SAT 3 MAR 11.00AM SUN 4 MAR 11.00AM

SAT 10 MAR 11.00AM SUN 11 MAR 11.00AM

Based on the acclaimed novel, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close follows Oskar a young boy who, after finding a mysterious key that belonged to the father he lost during the 9/11 tragedy, sets out on a journey to find the lock it opens.

W.E

* Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

FRI 9 MAR 7.30PM SAT 10 MAR 5.00PM SUN 11 MAR 8.00PM WED 14 MAR 2.00PM**

Based on the play by Christopher Hampton, David Cronenberg’s film explores the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, their controversial theories that created the science of psychoanalysis and the young woman that comes between them.

EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE

Nominated for 5 Oscars Alexander Payne / USA 2011 / 114 min / (15) Contains strong language

An ex-con and wanted fugitive threatens suicide from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, whilst an unconventional police psychologist tries to talk him down. As the negotiations lengthen, she realises that his motives may well be connected to the diamond heist that’s taking place as the tension between them mounts.

SAT 17 MAR 11.00AM SUN 18 MAR 11.00AM

Working alone in an old mansion, Kipps begins to uncover the town’s tragic and tortured secrets. His fears escalate when he discovers that local children have been dying under mysterious circumstances. As those closest to him become threatened by the vengeful woman in black, Kipps must find a way to break the cycle of terror.

John Madden / UK 2012 / 124 min / (12A) Contains strong language, moderate sex references and racist remarks FRI 30 MAR 7.30PM SAT 31 MAR 5.00PM SUN 1 APR 8.00PM WED 4 APR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

A group of English pensioner’s retirement takes an unconventional turn when they abandon their homeland for a seemingly luxurious sanctuary for “the elderly and beautiful” in Jaipur, India. On arrival, they discover that the hotel falls somewhat short of the romantic idyll promise, but won over and find that life can begin again when you let go of the past.

KUNG FU PANDA 2

BIG MIRACLE

Jennifer Yuh / USA 2011 / 90 min / (U) Contains mild violence

Kevin Kwapis / USA 2012 / 107 min / (PG) Contains infrequent mild language

Po is now living his dream as The Dragon Warrior, protecting the Valley of Peace alongside his friends, The Furious Five. But Po’s new life of awesomeness is threatened by the emergence of a formidable villain who plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer China and destroy Kung Fu.

Based on the 1989 book ‘Freeing the Whales’ by Tom Rose, Big Miracle tells the incredible story of a reporter and conservationist who bring together everyday people and world superpowers to save a family of grey whales trapped in rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle.

SAT 31 MAR 2.00PM SUN 1 APR 2.00PM

YOGI BEAR

ICE AGE 3

CHRONICLE

Eric Brevig / USA/NZ 2010 / 80 min / (U) Contains very mild language and slapstick

Carlos Saldanha & Mike Thurmeier / USA 2011 / 93 min / (U) Contains scenes of threat, mild comic violence and innuendo

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

Jellystone Park is celebrating its 100th anniversary. However, it may be for the last time, because attendance is down and Mayor Brown wants to close the park and sell the land. If the park is closed, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo will lose their home. They join forces with Ranger Smith to save Jellystone from closing forever.

SAT 24 MAR 11.00AM SUN 25 MAR 11.00AM

Things have changed since “the meltdown” – Manny the Mammoth and Ellie are expecting a baby, Diego the Sabre-toothed tiger is fed up with being treated like a house-cat, and Sid the Sloth begins to wish for a family of his own. But when Sid steals some dinosaur eggs in an attempt to start his own family, he creates trouble for everyone!

RIO

UP

Carlos Saldanha / USA 2011 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild comic threat, slapstick violence and innuendo

Pete Docter/ USA 2009 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild threat

Blu is a domesticated Macaw who never learned to fly, living a comfortable life with his owner and best friend. Blu and Linda think he’s the last of his kind, but when they learn about another Macaw who lives in Rio de Janeiro, they head to the faraway and exotic land to find Jewel, Blu’s female counterpart.

SAT 31 MAR 11.00AM SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Carl, 78 year old balloon salesman, is finally fulfilling a lifelong dream of a great adventure. He ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of South America. But he discovers all too late that his biggest nightmare, an overly optimistic 8 year old wilderness explorer named Russell, has stowed away on the trip.

SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

A cautionary tale of three high school friends who develop superhero-like powers after being exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that darker forces are at work as their lives begin to take a sinister turn.

CHRONICLE

FAMILY FUNDAYS SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence Family Fundays are a new regular feature in the A cautionary tale of three high school friends macrobert events calendar. Once a month we who develop superhero-like powers afterto being will programme even more fun activities give exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using you and your family the opportunity to explore their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that your creative side. You can choose from a pick ‘n’ darker forces areand at work asincluding their lives begin to mix of activities events interactive take a sinister turn. storytelling performances, drop in dance, drama, film and arts workshops, creative quizzes and other magical performances. Find out more at www.macrobert.org/fundays


JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND

NEW AT MACROBERT Each month, macrobert brings you some of the biggest blockbusters to hit the big screen!

SAT 10 MAR 2.00PM SUN 11 MAR 2.00PM

The sequel to the 2008 hit Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island follows young Sean Anderson and his step father on their quest to find the source of a coded message they received from an incredible island, where they must rescue its lone inhabitant and escape before the island and its treasures are buried forever.

TUE 20 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 7.30PM THU 22 MAR 7.30PM

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Steven Soderbergh / USA 2012 /92 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

THU 1 MAR / 7.30PM

Asger Leth / USA 2011 / 102 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence and one use of strong language

Brad Peyton / USA 2012 / 94 min / (PG) Contains mild adventure action

HAYWIRE

In Haywire, Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh brings us the story of a highly-trained female black ops soldier who is double-crossed by the people she trusts the most. She becomes a fugitive, pursued by ex-comrades intent on becoming her killers. Using all her skills to stay alive, she’s determined to uncover the truth of her betrayal.

MAN ON A LEDGE

A DANGEROUS METHOD David Cronenberg / USA 2011 / 100 min / (15) Contains strong sex

Sean Durkin / USA 2011 / 102 min/ (15) Contains strong sex and language TUE 13 MAR 7.30PM WED 14 MAR 10.30AM* THU 15 MAR 7.30PM * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE DESCENDANTS

A young woman escapes from the clutches of an evil cult and its charismatic leader. Haunted by painful memories and increasing paranoia, she desperately tries to return to normal life with her family, but soon starts to believe the cult may be secretly trying to claim her back.

FRI 23 MAR 7.30PM SAT 24 MAR 5.00PM SUN 25 MAR 8.00PM

CARNAGE

FRI 2 MAR 7.30PM SAT 3 MAR 5.00PM SUN 4 MAR 8.00PM WED 7 MAR 2.00PM**

Roman Polanski / France 2011 / 80 min / (15) Contains strong language

Alexander Payne, USA 2011, 114 min Comedy drama The Descendants follows Matt King (George Clooney), a complacent and wealthy Hawaiian landowner who is forced to re-evaluate his comfortable life when his wife is involved in a boating accident.

The latest offering from Roman Polanski is a story of two families who attempt to reconcile their children’s differences over a civilised dinner that rapidly degenerates into a chaotically childish war of attrition.

FRI 16 MAR 7.30PM SAT 17 MAR 5.00PM SUN 18 MAR 8.00PM

Stephen Daldry / USA 2011 / 130 min / (12A) Contains infrequent strong language and discriminatory terms SAT 24 MAR 2.00PM SUN 25 MAR 5.00PM MON 26 MAR 7.30PM

** Midweek Matinee Screening

WED 7 MAR 10.30AM* SAT 10 MAR 8.00PM SUN 11 MAR 5.00PM MON 12 MAR 7.30PM

JACK AND JILL

THIS MEANS WAR

Madonna /USA 2011 / 119 min/ (15) Contains strong language, once very strong, and scenes of domestic violence

Dennis Dugan / USA 2012 / 91 min / (PG) Contains mild sex references, language, comic violence and crude humour

McG / UK 2012 / 98 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence & sex references & one use of strong language

New York trophy wife, Wally Winthrop is obsessed with King Edward VIII’s rejection of the British throne for his lover Wallis Simpson but soon finds that their story was not as perfect as she imagined.

Jack Sadelstein, a successful LA advertising executive, would enjoy a perfect life if it wasn’t for one thing, his infuriating twin sister Jill. Each year, his happy existence is shattered when she arrives for her annual Thanksgiving visit. But this time, she threatens to become a permanent fixture of the Sadelstein home when she refuses to leave.

Two of the world’s top secret agents are best friends who never let anything come between them - until they inadvertently fall for the same woman. It’s all-out war, as the two spies battle each other with high-tech surveillance, advanced tactics, and an arsenal capable of bringing down a small country.

SAT 17 MAR 2.00PM SUN 18 MAR 2.00PM WED 21 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE ARTIST

SAT 24 MAR 8.00PM SUN 25 MAR 2.00PM WED 28 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Nominated for 10 Oscars Michel Hazanavicius / France/Belguim 2011 / 100 min / (PG) Contains scene of mild threat George Valentin is a world-famous silent movie superstar whose illustrious career looks set to come to an abrupt end with the arrival of the talkies. At the same time, Peppy Miller, a struggling dancer, is catapulted into stardom thanks to her natural ability for the new medium.

James Watkins / UK 2011 / 95 min / (15) Contains intense supernatural threat and horror

SAT 17 MAR 8.00PM SUN 18 MAR 5.00PM MON 19 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

** Midweek Matinee Screening

KIDS FILM CLUB Join macrobert at 11.00am on Saturday and Sunday mornings for the all new Kids Film Club. Become a member now and even the adults only have to pay £1.50 or you can select four films in the month for £5. You can also pick up a bag full of goodies like popcorn and juice for only £1.50 as part of your membership!

SAT 3 MAR 11.00AM SUN 4 MAR 11.00AM

SAT 10 MAR 11.00AM SUN 11 MAR 11.00AM

Based on the acclaimed novel, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close follows Oskar a young boy who, after finding a mysterious key that belonged to the father he lost during the 9/11 tragedy, sets out on a journey to find the lock it opens.

W.E

* Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

FRI 9 MAR 7.30PM SAT 10 MAR 5.00PM SUN 11 MAR 8.00PM WED 14 MAR 2.00PM**

Based on the play by Christopher Hampton, David Cronenberg’s film explores the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, their controversial theories that created the science of psychoanalysis and the young woman that comes between them.

EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE

Nominated for 5 Oscars Alexander Payne / USA 2011 / 114 min / (15) Contains strong language

An ex-con and wanted fugitive threatens suicide from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, whilst an unconventional police psychologist tries to talk him down. As the negotiations lengthen, she realises that his motives may well be connected to the diamond heist that’s taking place as the tension between them mounts.

SAT 17 MAR 11.00AM SUN 18 MAR 11.00AM

Working alone in an old mansion, Kipps begins to uncover the town’s tragic and tortured secrets. His fears escalate when he discovers that local children have been dying under mysterious circumstances. As those closest to him become threatened by the vengeful woman in black, Kipps must find a way to break the cycle of terror.

John Madden / UK 2012 / 124 min / (12A) Contains strong language, moderate sex references and racist remarks FRI 30 MAR 7.30PM SAT 31 MAR 5.00PM SUN 1 APR 8.00PM WED 4 APR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

A group of English pensioner’s retirement takes an unconventional turn when they abandon their homeland for a seemingly luxurious sanctuary for “the elderly and beautiful” in Jaipur, India. On arrival, they discover that the hotel falls somewhat short of the romantic idyll promise, but won over and find that life can begin again when you let go of the past.

KUNG FU PANDA 2

BIG MIRACLE

Jennifer Yuh / USA 2011 / 90 min / (U) Contains mild violence

Kevin Kwapis / USA 2012 / 107 min / (PG) Contains infrequent mild language

Po is now living his dream as The Dragon Warrior, protecting the Valley of Peace alongside his friends, The Furious Five. But Po’s new life of awesomeness is threatened by the emergence of a formidable villain who plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer China and destroy Kung Fu.

Based on the 1989 book ‘Freeing the Whales’ by Tom Rose, Big Miracle tells the incredible story of a reporter and conservationist who bring together everyday people and world superpowers to save a family of grey whales trapped in rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle.

SAT 31 MAR 2.00PM SUN 1 APR 2.00PM

YOGI BEAR

ICE AGE 3

CHRONICLE

Eric Brevig / USA/NZ 2010 / 80 min / (U) Contains very mild language and slapstick

Carlos Saldanha & Mike Thurmeier / USA 2011 / 93 min / (U) Contains scenes of threat, mild comic violence and innuendo

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

Jellystone Park is celebrating its 100th anniversary. However, it may be for the last time, because attendance is down and Mayor Brown wants to close the park and sell the land. If the park is closed, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo will lose their home. They join forces with Ranger Smith to save Jellystone from closing forever.

SAT 24 MAR 11.00AM SUN 25 MAR 11.00AM

Things have changed since “the meltdown” – Manny the Mammoth and Ellie are expecting a baby, Diego the Sabre-toothed tiger is fed up with being treated like a house-cat, and Sid the Sloth begins to wish for a family of his own. But when Sid steals some dinosaur eggs in an attempt to start his own family, he creates trouble for everyone!

RIO

UP

Carlos Saldanha / USA 2011 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild comic threat, slapstick violence and innuendo

Pete Docter/ USA 2009 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild threat

Blu is a domesticated Macaw who never learned to fly, living a comfortable life with his owner and best friend. Blu and Linda think he’s the last of his kind, but when they learn about another Macaw who lives in Rio de Janeiro, they head to the faraway and exotic land to find Jewel, Blu’s female counterpart.

SAT 31 MAR 11.00AM SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Carl, 78 year old balloon salesman, is finally fulfilling a lifelong dream of a great adventure. He ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of South America. But he discovers all too late that his biggest nightmare, an overly optimistic 8 year old wilderness explorer named Russell, has stowed away on the trip.

SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

A cautionary tale of three high school friends who develop superhero-like powers after being exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that darker forces are at work as their lives begin to take a sinister turn.

CHRONICLE

FAMILY FUNDAYS SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence Family Fundays are a new regular feature in the A cautionary tale of three high school friends macrobert events calendar. Once a month we who develop superhero-like powers afterto being will programme even more fun activities give exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using you and your family the opportunity to explore their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that your creative side. You can choose from a pick ‘n’ darker forces areand at work asincluding their lives begin to mix of activities events interactive take a sinister turn. storytelling performances, drop in dance, drama, film and arts workshops, creative quizzes and other magical performances. Find out more at www.macrobert.org/fundays


JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND

NEW AT MACROBERT Each month, macrobert brings you some of the biggest blockbusters to hit the big screen!

SAT 10 MAR 2.00PM SUN 11 MAR 2.00PM

The sequel to the 2008 hit Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island follows young Sean Anderson and his step father on their quest to find the source of a coded message they received from an incredible island, where they must rescue its lone inhabitant and escape before the island and its treasures are buried forever.

TUE 20 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 7.30PM THU 22 MAR 7.30PM

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Steven Soderbergh / USA 2012 /92 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

THU 1 MAR / 7.30PM

Asger Leth / USA 2011 / 102 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence and one use of strong language

Brad Peyton / USA 2012 / 94 min / (PG) Contains mild adventure action

HAYWIRE

In Haywire, Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh brings us the story of a highly-trained female black ops soldier who is double-crossed by the people she trusts the most. She becomes a fugitive, pursued by ex-comrades intent on becoming her killers. Using all her skills to stay alive, she’s determined to uncover the truth of her betrayal.

MAN ON A LEDGE

A DANGEROUS METHOD David Cronenberg / USA 2011 / 100 min / (15) Contains strong sex

Sean Durkin / USA 2011 / 102 min/ (15) Contains strong sex and language TUE 13 MAR 7.30PM WED 14 MAR 10.30AM* THU 15 MAR 7.30PM * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE DESCENDANTS

A young woman escapes from the clutches of an evil cult and its charismatic leader. Haunted by painful memories and increasing paranoia, she desperately tries to return to normal life with her family, but soon starts to believe the cult may be secretly trying to claim her back.

FRI 23 MAR 7.30PM SAT 24 MAR 5.00PM SUN 25 MAR 8.00PM

CARNAGE

FRI 2 MAR 7.30PM SAT 3 MAR 5.00PM SUN 4 MAR 8.00PM WED 7 MAR 2.00PM**

Roman Polanski / France 2011 / 80 min / (15) Contains strong language

Alexander Payne, USA 2011, 114 min Comedy drama The Descendants follows Matt King (George Clooney), a complacent and wealthy Hawaiian landowner who is forced to re-evaluate his comfortable life when his wife is involved in a boating accident.

The latest offering from Roman Polanski is a story of two families who attempt to reconcile their children’s differences over a civilised dinner that rapidly degenerates into a chaotically childish war of attrition.

FRI 16 MAR 7.30PM SAT 17 MAR 5.00PM SUN 18 MAR 8.00PM

Stephen Daldry / USA 2011 / 130 min / (12A) Contains infrequent strong language and discriminatory terms SAT 24 MAR 2.00PM SUN 25 MAR 5.00PM MON 26 MAR 7.30PM

** Midweek Matinee Screening

WED 7 MAR 10.30AM* SAT 10 MAR 8.00PM SUN 11 MAR 5.00PM MON 12 MAR 7.30PM

JACK AND JILL

THIS MEANS WAR

Madonna /USA 2011 / 119 min/ (15) Contains strong language, once very strong, and scenes of domestic violence

Dennis Dugan / USA 2012 / 91 min / (PG) Contains mild sex references, language, comic violence and crude humour

McG / UK 2012 / 98 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence & sex references & one use of strong language

New York trophy wife, Wally Winthrop is obsessed with King Edward VIII’s rejection of the British throne for his lover Wallis Simpson but soon finds that their story was not as perfect as she imagined.

Jack Sadelstein, a successful LA advertising executive, would enjoy a perfect life if it wasn’t for one thing, his infuriating twin sister Jill. Each year, his happy existence is shattered when she arrives for her annual Thanksgiving visit. But this time, she threatens to become a permanent fixture of the Sadelstein home when she refuses to leave.

Two of the world’s top secret agents are best friends who never let anything come between them - until they inadvertently fall for the same woman. It’s all-out war, as the two spies battle each other with high-tech surveillance, advanced tactics, and an arsenal capable of bringing down a small country.

SAT 17 MAR 2.00PM SUN 18 MAR 2.00PM WED 21 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE ARTIST

SAT 24 MAR 8.00PM SUN 25 MAR 2.00PM WED 28 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Nominated for 10 Oscars Michel Hazanavicius / France/Belguim 2011 / 100 min / (PG) Contains scene of mild threat George Valentin is a world-famous silent movie superstar whose illustrious career looks set to come to an abrupt end with the arrival of the talkies. At the same time, Peppy Miller, a struggling dancer, is catapulted into stardom thanks to her natural ability for the new medium.

James Watkins / UK 2011 / 95 min / (15) Contains intense supernatural threat and horror

SAT 17 MAR 8.00PM SUN 18 MAR 5.00PM MON 19 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

** Midweek Matinee Screening

KIDS FILM CLUB Join macrobert at 11.00am on Saturday and Sunday mornings for the all new Kids Film Club. Become a member now and even the adults only have to pay £1.50 or you can select four films in the month for £5. You can also pick up a bag full of goodies like popcorn and juice for only £1.50 as part of your membership!

SAT 3 MAR 11.00AM SUN 4 MAR 11.00AM

SAT 10 MAR 11.00AM SUN 11 MAR 11.00AM

Based on the acclaimed novel, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close follows Oskar a young boy who, after finding a mysterious key that belonged to the father he lost during the 9/11 tragedy, sets out on a journey to find the lock it opens.

W.E

* Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

FRI 9 MAR 7.30PM SAT 10 MAR 5.00PM SUN 11 MAR 8.00PM WED 14 MAR 2.00PM**

Based on the play by Christopher Hampton, David Cronenberg’s film explores the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, their controversial theories that created the science of psychoanalysis and the young woman that comes between them.

EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE

Nominated for 5 Oscars Alexander Payne / USA 2011 / 114 min / (15) Contains strong language

An ex-con and wanted fugitive threatens suicide from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, whilst an unconventional police psychologist tries to talk him down. As the negotiations lengthen, she realises that his motives may well be connected to the diamond heist that’s taking place as the tension between them mounts.

SAT 17 MAR 11.00AM SUN 18 MAR 11.00AM

Working alone in an old mansion, Kipps begins to uncover the town’s tragic and tortured secrets. His fears escalate when he discovers that local children have been dying under mysterious circumstances. As those closest to him become threatened by the vengeful woman in black, Kipps must find a way to break the cycle of terror.

John Madden / UK 2012 / 124 min / (12A) Contains strong language, moderate sex references and racist remarks FRI 30 MAR 7.30PM SAT 31 MAR 5.00PM SUN 1 APR 8.00PM WED 4 APR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

A group of English pensioner’s retirement takes an unconventional turn when they abandon their homeland for a seemingly luxurious sanctuary for “the elderly and beautiful” in Jaipur, India. On arrival, they discover that the hotel falls somewhat short of the romantic idyll promise, but won over and find that life can begin again when you let go of the past.

KUNG FU PANDA 2

BIG MIRACLE

Jennifer Yuh / USA 2011 / 90 min / (U) Contains mild violence

Kevin Kwapis / USA 2012 / 107 min / (PG) Contains infrequent mild language

Po is now living his dream as The Dragon Warrior, protecting the Valley of Peace alongside his friends, The Furious Five. But Po’s new life of awesomeness is threatened by the emergence of a formidable villain who plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer China and destroy Kung Fu.

Based on the 1989 book ‘Freeing the Whales’ by Tom Rose, Big Miracle tells the incredible story of a reporter and conservationist who bring together everyday people and world superpowers to save a family of grey whales trapped in rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle.

SAT 31 MAR 2.00PM SUN 1 APR 2.00PM

YOGI BEAR

ICE AGE 3

CHRONICLE

Eric Brevig / USA/NZ 2010 / 80 min / (U) Contains very mild language and slapstick

Carlos Saldanha & Mike Thurmeier / USA 2011 / 93 min / (U) Contains scenes of threat, mild comic violence and innuendo

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

Jellystone Park is celebrating its 100th anniversary. However, it may be for the last time, because attendance is down and Mayor Brown wants to close the park and sell the land. If the park is closed, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo will lose their home. They join forces with Ranger Smith to save Jellystone from closing forever.

SAT 24 MAR 11.00AM SUN 25 MAR 11.00AM

Things have changed since “the meltdown” – Manny the Mammoth and Ellie are expecting a baby, Diego the Sabre-toothed tiger is fed up with being treated like a house-cat, and Sid the Sloth begins to wish for a family of his own. But when Sid steals some dinosaur eggs in an attempt to start his own family, he creates trouble for everyone!

RIO

UP

Carlos Saldanha / USA 2011 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild comic threat, slapstick violence and innuendo

Pete Docter/ USA 2009 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild threat

Blu is a domesticated Macaw who never learned to fly, living a comfortable life with his owner and best friend. Blu and Linda think he’s the last of his kind, but when they learn about another Macaw who lives in Rio de Janeiro, they head to the faraway and exotic land to find Jewel, Blu’s female counterpart.

SAT 31 MAR 11.00AM SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Carl, 78 year old balloon salesman, is finally fulfilling a lifelong dream of a great adventure. He ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of South America. But he discovers all too late that his biggest nightmare, an overly optimistic 8 year old wilderness explorer named Russell, has stowed away on the trip.

SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

A cautionary tale of three high school friends who develop superhero-like powers after being exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that darker forces are at work as their lives begin to take a sinister turn.

CHRONICLE

FAMILY FUNDAYS SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence Family Fundays are a new regular feature in the A cautionary tale of three high school friends macrobert events calendar. Once a month we who develop superhero-like powers afterto being will programme even more fun activities give exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using you and your family the opportunity to explore their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that your creative side. You can choose from a pick ‘n’ darker forces areand at work asincluding their lives begin to mix of activities events interactive take a sinister turn. storytelling performances, drop in dance, drama, film and arts workshops, creative quizzes and other magical performances. Find out more at www.macrobert.org/fundays


JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND

NEW AT MACROBERT Each month, macrobert brings you some of the biggest blockbusters to hit the big screen!

SAT 10 MAR 2.00PM SUN 11 MAR 2.00PM

The sequel to the 2008 hit Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island follows young Sean Anderson and his step father on their quest to find the source of a coded message they received from an incredible island, where they must rescue its lone inhabitant and escape before the island and its treasures are buried forever.

TUE 20 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 7.30PM THU 22 MAR 7.30PM

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Steven Soderbergh / USA 2012 /92 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

THU 1 MAR / 7.30PM

Asger Leth / USA 2011 / 102 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence and one use of strong language

Brad Peyton / USA 2012 / 94 min / (PG) Contains mild adventure action

HAYWIRE

In Haywire, Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh brings us the story of a highly-trained female black ops soldier who is double-crossed by the people she trusts the most. She becomes a fugitive, pursued by ex-comrades intent on becoming her killers. Using all her skills to stay alive, she’s determined to uncover the truth of her betrayal.

MAN ON A LEDGE

A DANGEROUS METHOD David Cronenberg / USA 2011 / 100 min / (15) Contains strong sex

Sean Durkin / USA 2011 / 102 min/ (15) Contains strong sex and language TUE 13 MAR 7.30PM WED 14 MAR 10.30AM* THU 15 MAR 7.30PM * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE DESCENDANTS

A young woman escapes from the clutches of an evil cult and its charismatic leader. Haunted by painful memories and increasing paranoia, she desperately tries to return to normal life with her family, but soon starts to believe the cult may be secretly trying to claim her back.

FRI 23 MAR 7.30PM SAT 24 MAR 5.00PM SUN 25 MAR 8.00PM

CARNAGE

FRI 2 MAR 7.30PM SAT 3 MAR 5.00PM SUN 4 MAR 8.00PM WED 7 MAR 2.00PM**

Roman Polanski / France 2011 / 80 min / (15) Contains strong language

Alexander Payne, USA 2011, 114 min Comedy drama The Descendants follows Matt King (George Clooney), a complacent and wealthy Hawaiian landowner who is forced to re-evaluate his comfortable life when his wife is involved in a boating accident.

The latest offering from Roman Polanski is a story of two families who attempt to reconcile their children’s differences over a civilised dinner that rapidly degenerates into a chaotically childish war of attrition.

FRI 16 MAR 7.30PM SAT 17 MAR 5.00PM SUN 18 MAR 8.00PM

Stephen Daldry / USA 2011 / 130 min / (12A) Contains infrequent strong language and discriminatory terms SAT 24 MAR 2.00PM SUN 25 MAR 5.00PM MON 26 MAR 7.30PM

** Midweek Matinee Screening

WED 7 MAR 10.30AM* SAT 10 MAR 8.00PM SUN 11 MAR 5.00PM MON 12 MAR 7.30PM

JACK AND JILL

THIS MEANS WAR

Madonna /USA 2011 / 119 min/ (15) Contains strong language, once very strong, and scenes of domestic violence

Dennis Dugan / USA 2012 / 91 min / (PG) Contains mild sex references, language, comic violence and crude humour

McG / UK 2012 / 98 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence & sex references & one use of strong language

New York trophy wife, Wally Winthrop is obsessed with King Edward VIII’s rejection of the British throne for his lover Wallis Simpson but soon finds that their story was not as perfect as she imagined.

Jack Sadelstein, a successful LA advertising executive, would enjoy a perfect life if it wasn’t for one thing, his infuriating twin sister Jill. Each year, his happy existence is shattered when she arrives for her annual Thanksgiving visit. But this time, she threatens to become a permanent fixture of the Sadelstein home when she refuses to leave.

Two of the world’s top secret agents are best friends who never let anything come between them - until they inadvertently fall for the same woman. It’s all-out war, as the two spies battle each other with high-tech surveillance, advanced tactics, and an arsenal capable of bringing down a small country.

SAT 17 MAR 2.00PM SUN 18 MAR 2.00PM WED 21 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE ARTIST

SAT 24 MAR 8.00PM SUN 25 MAR 2.00PM WED 28 MAR 10.30AM* * Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Nominated for 10 Oscars Michel Hazanavicius / France/Belguim 2011 / 100 min / (PG) Contains scene of mild threat George Valentin is a world-famous silent movie superstar whose illustrious career looks set to come to an abrupt end with the arrival of the talkies. At the same time, Peppy Miller, a struggling dancer, is catapulted into stardom thanks to her natural ability for the new medium.

James Watkins / UK 2011 / 95 min / (15) Contains intense supernatural threat and horror

SAT 17 MAR 8.00PM SUN 18 MAR 5.00PM MON 19 MAR 7.30PM WED 21 MAR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

** Midweek Matinee Screening

KIDS FILM CLUB Join macrobert at 11.00am on Saturday and Sunday mornings for the all new Kids Film Club. Become a member now and even the adults only have to pay £1.50 or you can select four films in the month for £5. You can also pick up a bag full of goodies like popcorn and juice for only £1.50 as part of your membership!

SAT 3 MAR 11.00AM SUN 4 MAR 11.00AM

SAT 10 MAR 11.00AM SUN 11 MAR 11.00AM

Based on the acclaimed novel, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close follows Oskar a young boy who, after finding a mysterious key that belonged to the father he lost during the 9/11 tragedy, sets out on a journey to find the lock it opens.

W.E

* Bepanthen Parent & Baby Screening

FRI 9 MAR 7.30PM SAT 10 MAR 5.00PM SUN 11 MAR 8.00PM WED 14 MAR 2.00PM**

Based on the play by Christopher Hampton, David Cronenberg’s film explores the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, their controversial theories that created the science of psychoanalysis and the young woman that comes between them.

EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE

Nominated for 5 Oscars Alexander Payne / USA 2011 / 114 min / (15) Contains strong language

An ex-con and wanted fugitive threatens suicide from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, whilst an unconventional police psychologist tries to talk him down. As the negotiations lengthen, she realises that his motives may well be connected to the diamond heist that’s taking place as the tension between them mounts.

SAT 17 MAR 11.00AM SUN 18 MAR 11.00AM

Working alone in an old mansion, Kipps begins to uncover the town’s tragic and tortured secrets. His fears escalate when he discovers that local children have been dying under mysterious circumstances. As those closest to him become threatened by the vengeful woman in black, Kipps must find a way to break the cycle of terror.

John Madden / UK 2012 / 124 min / (12A) Contains strong language, moderate sex references and racist remarks FRI 30 MAR 7.30PM SAT 31 MAR 5.00PM SUN 1 APR 8.00PM WED 4 APR 2.00PM** ** Midweek Matinee Screening

A group of English pensioner’s retirement takes an unconventional turn when they abandon their homeland for a seemingly luxurious sanctuary for “the elderly and beautiful” in Jaipur, India. On arrival, they discover that the hotel falls somewhat short of the romantic idyll promise, but won over and find that life can begin again when you let go of the past.

KUNG FU PANDA 2

BIG MIRACLE

Jennifer Yuh / USA 2011 / 90 min / (U) Contains mild violence

Kevin Kwapis / USA 2012 / 107 min / (PG) Contains infrequent mild language

Po is now living his dream as The Dragon Warrior, protecting the Valley of Peace alongside his friends, The Furious Five. But Po’s new life of awesomeness is threatened by the emergence of a formidable villain who plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer China and destroy Kung Fu.

Based on the 1989 book ‘Freeing the Whales’ by Tom Rose, Big Miracle tells the incredible story of a reporter and conservationist who bring together everyday people and world superpowers to save a family of grey whales trapped in rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle.

SAT 31 MAR 2.00PM SUN 1 APR 2.00PM

YOGI BEAR

ICE AGE 3

CHRONICLE

Eric Brevig / USA/NZ 2010 / 80 min / (U) Contains very mild language and slapstick

Carlos Saldanha & Mike Thurmeier / USA 2011 / 93 min / (U) Contains scenes of threat, mild comic violence and innuendo

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence

Jellystone Park is celebrating its 100th anniversary. However, it may be for the last time, because attendance is down and Mayor Brown wants to close the park and sell the land. If the park is closed, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo will lose their home. They join forces with Ranger Smith to save Jellystone from closing forever.

SAT 24 MAR 11.00AM SUN 25 MAR 11.00AM

Things have changed since “the meltdown” – Manny the Mammoth and Ellie are expecting a baby, Diego the Sabre-toothed tiger is fed up with being treated like a house-cat, and Sid the Sloth begins to wish for a family of his own. But when Sid steals some dinosaur eggs in an attempt to start his own family, he creates trouble for everyone!

RIO

UP

Carlos Saldanha / USA 2011 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild comic threat, slapstick violence and innuendo

Pete Docter/ USA 2009 / 96 min / (U) Contains mild threat

Blu is a domesticated Macaw who never learned to fly, living a comfortable life with his owner and best friend. Blu and Linda think he’s the last of his kind, but when they learn about another Macaw who lives in Rio de Janeiro, they head to the faraway and exotic land to find Jewel, Blu’s female counterpart.

SAT 31 MAR 11.00AM SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Carl, 78 year old balloon salesman, is finally fulfilling a lifelong dream of a great adventure. He ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of South America. But he discovers all too late that his biggest nightmare, an overly optimistic 8 year old wilderness explorer named Russell, has stowed away on the trip.

SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

A cautionary tale of three high school friends who develop superhero-like powers after being exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that darker forces are at work as their lives begin to take a sinister turn.

CHRONICLE

FAMILY FUNDAYS SAT 31 MAR 8.00PM SUN 1 APR 5.00PM MON 2 APR 7.30PM

SUN 1 APR 11.00AM

Josh Trank / USA 2012 / 83 min / (12A) Contains strong violence Family Fundays are a new regular feature in the A cautionary tale of three high school friends macrobert events calendar. Once a month we who develop superhero-like powers afterto being will programme even more fun activities give exposed to a mysterious substance. Initially using you and your family the opportunity to explore their newfound skills for fun, they soon find that your creative side. You can choose from a pick ‘n’ darker forces areand at work asincluding their lives begin to mix of activities events interactive take a sinister turn. storytelling performances, drop in dance, drama, film and arts workshops, creative quizzes and other magical performances. Find out more at www.macrobert.org/fundays


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18

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15 16 17

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THURSDAY

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MARCH 2012

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 Kids Film Club 11.00am screenings: £1.50 each/£5 (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at the same time) 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 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

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)

MACROBERT THANKS THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR SUPPORT Main funders

MACROBERT FRIENDS Become a friend and get at least 20% off most tickets, plus 20% off on food and drinks. www.macrobert.org/friends

I LOVE FILM STUDENT LOYALTY CARD

MACROBERT FILMHOUSE MARCH 2012

Get a Student Loyalty Card and get every fourth film free. www.macrobert.org/students

GREAT FOOD Our cafébar and restaurant serve freshly made and scrumptious food, with a choice of specials. Serving all week until 7.45pm (last orders). To book a table call 01786 466610.

FANCY A PRIVATE SCREENING? HIRE US! Our cinema is available to hire for private screenings. Guarantee us 20 tickets sold and we will programme the film of your choice (subject to availability). To find out more contact Kate Timperley at 01786 467153 or kate.timperley@macrobert.org

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.

CARNAGE THE ARTIST THE WOMAN IN BLACK CASABLANCA AND OTHERS

Night club owner Rick Blane’s life is turned upside down when an old flame and her husband arrive in Casablanca. He is forced to choose between his love for her and helping her husband escape and continue his fight against the Nazis.

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For a large print version please email marketing@macrobert.org or call 01786 466666

TICKETS WWW.MACROBERT.ORG BOX OFFICE 01786 466666

D. Kim Dong Won, English / Korean / Chinese / Tagalog 2008 / (TBC)

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM*** 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 6.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 8.15PM**** 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM

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

CASABLANCA

A tribute to an artist who sought to make comics cinematic, Eric Khoo’s animated feature Tatsumi brings manga legend Yoshihiro Tatsumi classic stories to the big screen for the first time. Eric Khoo / Japan 2011 / 96 min / (15) Contains strong sex Japanese with English subtitles

Michael Curtiz / USA 1942 / 102 min / (U) Contains mild violence SAT 3 MAR 8.00PM SUN 4 MAR 5.00PM MON 5 MAR 7.30PM

TATSUMI

FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA

When a young boy’s horse, Joey, is sent to the trenches of World War One, the bond between the two is torn apart. Although too young to enlist, the boy heads to France to rescue his friend.

Supported by

Steven Spielberg / USA 2011 / 146 min / (12A) Contains moderate language and violence

Bring your baby along and enjoy films on the big screen in a baby-friendly, relaxed atmosphere with the lights dimmed and the sound at a comfortable level. 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 (*).

WAR HORSE *** Subtitled Screening

SAT 3 MAR 2.00PM*** SUN 4 MAR 2.00PM WED 7 MAR 7.30PM

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HAYWIRE THE DESCENDANTS YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS WAR HORSE THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE TATSUMI W.E THE DESCENDANTS SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS 63 YEARS ON TATSUMI THE ARTIST RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND THE ARTIST W.E RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND W.E THE ARTIST W.E MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE THE ARTIST BOOKED OUT MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE CARNAGE KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE MAN ON A LEDGE A DANGEROUS METHOD ICE AGE 3 EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD THIS MEANS WAR ICE AGE 3 THIS MEANS WAR EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE CASABLANCA THIS MEANS WAR CASABLANCA CHASING LEGENDS CASABLANCA BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL UP BIG MIRACLE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL CHRONICLE

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TUE 6 MAR 7.30PM THU 8 MAR 7.30PM

** Midweek Matinee Screening

TUE 27 MAR 7.30PM WED 28 MAR 2.00PM** THU 29 MAR 7.30PM

NEW AT MACROBERT KIDS FILM CLUB SPECIAL EVENTS SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA

Award-winning director Kim Dong Won presents the harrowing experiences of five international survivors of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery during WWII. This telling of their experience is supported by excellent research to create an honest and heartbreaking documentary.

INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY - 63 YEARS ON Ailidh has two loves in this world: spying on her apartment-house neighbours and writing graphic novels. The arrival of a young man, Jacob, inspires Ailidh and she soon begins conjuring up increasingly elaborate plans to bump into the mysterious Jacob. Unfortunately, Ailidh’s romantic endeavours are disrupted when she realises she isn’t the only girl in Jacob’s life.

* BEPANTHEN PARENT & BABY SCREENING ** MIDWEEK MATINEE SCREENING *** SUBTITLED SCREENING **** SPECIAL PRICE

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THU 8 MAR 6.00PM WED 28 MAR 8.15PM TICKETS £6 FULL/£5 FRIENDS

There is no greater sporting event in all of cycling than the Tour de France. Chasing Legends touches on the rich history, passion and true grit of The Tour as seen through the eyes of Team HTC Columbia along with commentary from Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Eddy Merckx, Lance Armstrong and some of the sport’s most prolific heroes. Jason Berry / USA 2010 / 90 min / (15) Contains strong language

IRIDE - CHASING LEGENDS Followed by a Q and A with director Bryan O’Neil WED 14 MAR 7.30PM

With Dr Watson by his side, Sherlock travels across Europe chasing his most challenging adversary who is hell bent on bringing down Western civilisation.

BOOKED OUT - MEET THE DIRECTOR

SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS

Bryan O’Neil / USA 2012 / 118 min / (12A) Contains infrequent mild sex references

Guy Ritchie / USA 2011 / 129 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence

SPECIAL EVENTS

SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA

Each month macrobert brings you a range of special event screenings, ranging from post show discussions to genre specific films and everything in between.

macrobert give you a second chance to see some of the biggest hits of the past few months and revisit some classic films from days gone by.

PARENT AND BABY SCREENINGS Each Wednesday at 2.00pm we bring you one of the months’ movie highlights for only £2.50. Not only that but we will throw in a free tea or coffee to help you relax that little bit more. So look out for the specially marked screenings (**) in this month’s brochure.

COME AND COSY UP WITH MACROBERT’S NEW MIDWEEK MATINEE

THE MIDWEEK MATINEE


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THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

15 16 17

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

12 13 14

SUNDAY

11

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MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

5 6 7

SUNDAY

4

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

1 2 3

MARCH 2012

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 Kids Film Club 11.00am screenings: £1.50 each/£5 (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at the same time) 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 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

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)

MACROBERT THANKS THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR SUPPORT Main funders

MACROBERT FRIENDS Become a friend and get at least 20% off most tickets, plus 20% off on food and drinks. www.macrobert.org/friends

I LOVE FILM STUDENT LOYALTY CARD

MACROBERT FILMHOUSE MARCH 2012

Get a Student Loyalty Card and get every fourth film free. www.macrobert.org/students

GREAT FOOD Our cafébar and restaurant serve freshly made and scrumptious food, with a choice of specials. Serving all week until 7.45pm (last orders). To book a table call 01786 466610.

FANCY A PRIVATE SCREENING? HIRE US! Our cinema is available to hire for private screenings. Guarantee us 20 tickets sold and we will programme the film of your choice (subject to availability). To find out more contact Kate Timperley at 01786 467153 or kate.timperley@macrobert.org

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.

CARNAGE THE ARTIST THE WOMAN IN BLACK CASABLANCA AND OTHERS

Night club owner Rick Blane’s life is turned upside down when an old flame and her husband arrive in Casablanca. He is forced to choose between his love for her and helping her husband escape and continue his fight against the Nazis.

26 27 28

For a large print version please email marketing@macrobert.org or call 01786 466666

TICKETS WWW.MACROBERT.ORG BOX OFFICE 01786 466666

D. Kim Dong Won, English / Korean / Chinese / Tagalog 2008 / (TBC)

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM*** 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 6.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 8.15PM**** 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM

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

CASABLANCA

A tribute to an artist who sought to make comics cinematic, Eric Khoo’s animated feature Tatsumi brings manga legend Yoshihiro Tatsumi classic stories to the big screen for the first time. Eric Khoo / Japan 2011 / 96 min / (15) Contains strong sex Japanese with English subtitles

Michael Curtiz / USA 1942 / 102 min / (U) Contains mild violence SAT 3 MAR 8.00PM SUN 4 MAR 5.00PM MON 5 MAR 7.30PM

TATSUMI

FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA

When a young boy’s horse, Joey, is sent to the trenches of World War One, the bond between the two is torn apart. Although too young to enlist, the boy heads to France to rescue his friend.

Supported by

Steven Spielberg / USA 2011 / 146 min / (12A) Contains moderate language and violence

Bring your baby along and enjoy films on the big screen in a baby-friendly, relaxed atmosphere with the lights dimmed and the sound at a comfortable level. 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 (*).

WAR HORSE *** Subtitled Screening

SAT 3 MAR 2.00PM*** SUN 4 MAR 2.00PM WED 7 MAR 7.30PM

29 30 31

HAYWIRE THE DESCENDANTS YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS WAR HORSE THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE TATSUMI W.E THE DESCENDANTS SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS 63 YEARS ON TATSUMI THE ARTIST RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND THE ARTIST W.E RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND W.E THE ARTIST W.E MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE THE ARTIST BOOKED OUT MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE CARNAGE KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE MAN ON A LEDGE A DANGEROUS METHOD ICE AGE 3 EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD THIS MEANS WAR ICE AGE 3 THIS MEANS WAR EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE CASABLANCA THIS MEANS WAR CASABLANCA CHASING LEGENDS CASABLANCA BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL UP BIG MIRACLE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL CHRONICLE

Subscribe to our e-newsletter and get all the latest deals and info online at www.macrobert.org/enews

TUE 6 MAR 7.30PM THU 8 MAR 7.30PM

** Midweek Matinee Screening

TUE 27 MAR 7.30PM WED 28 MAR 2.00PM** THU 29 MAR 7.30PM

NEW AT MACROBERT KIDS FILM CLUB SPECIAL EVENTS SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA

Award-winning director Kim Dong Won presents the harrowing experiences of five international survivors of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery during WWII. This telling of their experience is supported by excellent research to create an honest and heartbreaking documentary.

INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY - 63 YEARS ON Ailidh has two loves in this world: spying on her apartment-house neighbours and writing graphic novels. The arrival of a young man, Jacob, inspires Ailidh and she soon begins conjuring up increasingly elaborate plans to bump into the mysterious Jacob. Unfortunately, Ailidh’s romantic endeavours are disrupted when she realises she isn’t the only girl in Jacob’s life.

* BEPANTHEN PARENT & BABY SCREENING ** MIDWEEK MATINEE SCREENING *** SUBTITLED SCREENING **** SPECIAL PRICE

Carnage www.macrobert.org/facebook www.macrobert.org/twitter

THU 8 MAR 6.00PM WED 28 MAR 8.15PM TICKETS £6 FULL/£5 FRIENDS

There is no greater sporting event in all of cycling than the Tour de France. Chasing Legends touches on the rich history, passion and true grit of The Tour as seen through the eyes of Team HTC Columbia along with commentary from Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Eddy Merckx, Lance Armstrong and some of the sport’s most prolific heroes. Jason Berry / USA 2010 / 90 min / (15) Contains strong language

IRIDE - CHASING LEGENDS Followed by a Q and A with director Bryan O’Neil WED 14 MAR 7.30PM

With Dr Watson by his side, Sherlock travels across Europe chasing his most challenging adversary who is hell bent on bringing down Western civilisation.

BOOKED OUT - MEET THE DIRECTOR

SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS

Bryan O’Neil / USA 2012 / 118 min / (12A) Contains infrequent mild sex references

Guy Ritchie / USA 2011 / 129 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence

SPECIAL EVENTS

SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA

Each month macrobert brings you a range of special event screenings, ranging from post show discussions to genre specific films and everything in between.

macrobert give you a second chance to see some of the biggest hits of the past few months and revisit some classic films from days gone by.

PARENT AND BABY SCREENINGS Each Wednesday at 2.00pm we bring you one of the months’ movie highlights for only £2.50. Not only that but we will throw in a free tea or coffee to help you relax that little bit more. So look out for the specially marked screenings (**) in this month’s brochure.

COME AND COSY UP WITH MACROBERT’S NEW MIDWEEK MATINEE

THE MIDWEEK MATINEE


DIARY

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

SUNDAY

25

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

22 23 24

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

19 20 21

SUNDAY

18

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

15 16 17

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

12 13 14

SUNDAY

11

FRIDAY SATURDAY

9 10

THURSDAY

8

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

5 6 7

SUNDAY

4

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

1 2 3

MARCH 2012

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 Kids Film Club 11.00am screenings: £1.50 each/£5 (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at the same time) 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 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

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)

MACROBERT THANKS THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR SUPPORT Main funders

MACROBERT FRIENDS Become a friend and get at least 20% off most tickets, plus 20% off on food and drinks. www.macrobert.org/friends

I LOVE FILM STUDENT LOYALTY CARD

MACROBERT FILMHOUSE MARCH 2012

Get a Student Loyalty Card and get every fourth film free. www.macrobert.org/students

GREAT FOOD Our cafébar and restaurant serve freshly made and scrumptious food, with a choice of specials. Serving all week until 7.45pm (last orders). To book a table call 01786 466610.

FANCY A PRIVATE SCREENING? HIRE US! Our cinema is available to hire for private screenings. Guarantee us 20 tickets sold and we will programme the film of your choice (subject to availability). To find out more contact Kate Timperley at 01786 467153 or kate.timperley@macrobert.org

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.

CARNAGE THE ARTIST THE WOMAN IN BLACK CASABLANCA AND OTHERS

Night club owner Rick Blane’s life is turned upside down when an old flame and her husband arrive in Casablanca. He is forced to choose between his love for her and helping her husband escape and continue his fight against the Nazis.

26 27 28

For a large print version please email marketing@macrobert.org or call 01786 466666

TICKETS WWW.MACROBERT.ORG BOX OFFICE 01786 466666

D. Kim Dong Won, English / Korean / Chinese / Tagalog 2008 / (TBC)

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM*** 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 6.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 8.15PM**** 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM

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

CASABLANCA

A tribute to an artist who sought to make comics cinematic, Eric Khoo’s animated feature Tatsumi brings manga legend Yoshihiro Tatsumi classic stories to the big screen for the first time. Eric Khoo / Japan 2011 / 96 min / (15) Contains strong sex Japanese with English subtitles

Michael Curtiz / USA 1942 / 102 min / (U) Contains mild violence SAT 3 MAR 8.00PM SUN 4 MAR 5.00PM MON 5 MAR 7.30PM

TATSUMI

FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA

When a young boy’s horse, Joey, is sent to the trenches of World War One, the bond between the two is torn apart. Although too young to enlist, the boy heads to France to rescue his friend.

Supported by

Steven Spielberg / USA 2011 / 146 min / (12A) Contains moderate language and violence

Bring your baby along and enjoy films on the big screen in a baby-friendly, relaxed atmosphere with the lights dimmed and the sound at a comfortable level. 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 (*).

WAR HORSE *** Subtitled Screening

SAT 3 MAR 2.00PM*** SUN 4 MAR 2.00PM WED 7 MAR 7.30PM

29 30 31

HAYWIRE THE DESCENDANTS YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS WAR HORSE THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE TATSUMI W.E THE DESCENDANTS SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS 63 YEARS ON TATSUMI THE ARTIST RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND THE ARTIST W.E RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND W.E THE ARTIST W.E MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE THE ARTIST BOOKED OUT MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE CARNAGE KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE MAN ON A LEDGE A DANGEROUS METHOD ICE AGE 3 EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD THIS MEANS WAR ICE AGE 3 THIS MEANS WAR EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE CASABLANCA THIS MEANS WAR CASABLANCA CHASING LEGENDS CASABLANCA BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL UP BIG MIRACLE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL CHRONICLE

Subscribe to our e-newsletter and get all the latest deals and info online at www.macrobert.org/enews

TUE 6 MAR 7.30PM THU 8 MAR 7.30PM

** Midweek Matinee Screening

TUE 27 MAR 7.30PM WED 28 MAR 2.00PM** THU 29 MAR 7.30PM

NEW AT MACROBERT KIDS FILM CLUB SPECIAL EVENTS SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA

Award-winning director Kim Dong Won presents the harrowing experiences of five international survivors of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery during WWII. This telling of their experience is supported by excellent research to create an honest and heartbreaking documentary.

INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY - 63 YEARS ON Ailidh has two loves in this world: spying on her apartment-house neighbours and writing graphic novels. The arrival of a young man, Jacob, inspires Ailidh and she soon begins conjuring up increasingly elaborate plans to bump into the mysterious Jacob. Unfortunately, Ailidh’s romantic endeavours are disrupted when she realises she isn’t the only girl in Jacob’s life.

* BEPANTHEN PARENT & BABY SCREENING ** MIDWEEK MATINEE SCREENING *** SUBTITLED SCREENING **** SPECIAL PRICE

Carnage www.macrobert.org/facebook www.macrobert.org/twitter

THU 8 MAR 6.00PM WED 28 MAR 8.15PM TICKETS £6 FULL/£5 FRIENDS

There is no greater sporting event in all of cycling than the Tour de France. Chasing Legends touches on the rich history, passion and true grit of The Tour as seen through the eyes of Team HTC Columbia along with commentary from Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Eddy Merckx, Lance Armstrong and some of the sport’s most prolific heroes. Jason Berry / USA 2010 / 90 min / (15) Contains strong language

IRIDE - CHASING LEGENDS Followed by a Q and A with director Bryan O’Neil WED 14 MAR 7.30PM

With Dr Watson by his side, Sherlock travels across Europe chasing his most challenging adversary who is hell bent on bringing down Western civilisation.

BOOKED OUT - MEET THE DIRECTOR

SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS

Bryan O’Neil / USA 2012 / 118 min / (12A) Contains infrequent mild sex references

Guy Ritchie / USA 2011 / 129 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence

SPECIAL EVENTS

SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA

Each month macrobert brings you a range of special event screenings, ranging from post show discussions to genre specific films and everything in between.

macrobert give you a second chance to see some of the biggest hits of the past few months and revisit some classic films from days gone by.

PARENT AND BABY SCREENINGS Each Wednesday at 2.00pm we bring you one of the months’ movie highlights for only £2.50. Not only that but we will throw in a free tea or coffee to help you relax that little bit more. So look out for the specially marked screenings (**) in this month’s brochure.

COME AND COSY UP WITH MACROBERT’S NEW MIDWEEK MATINEE

THE MIDWEEK MATINEE


NEW AT MACROBERT KIDS FILM CLUB SPECIAL EVENTS SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA

Subscribe to our e-newsletter and get all the latest deals and info online at www.macrobert.org/enews

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

Carnage

CARNAGE THE ARTIST THE WOMAN IN BLACK CASABLANCA AND OTHERS TICKETS WWW.MACROBERT.ORG BOX OFFICE 01786 466666

www.macrobert.org/facebook www.macrobert.org/twitter

macrobert give you a second chance to see some of the biggest hits of the past few months and revisit some classic films from days gone by.

SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA

SPECIAL EVENTS

* BEPANTHEN PARENT & BABY SCREENING ** MIDWEEK MATINEE SCREENING *** SUBTITLED SCREENING **** SPECIAL PRICE

For a large print version please email marketing@macrobert.org or call 01786 466666

Each month macrobert brings you a range of special event screenings, ranging from post show discussions to genre specific films and everything in between.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS

29 30 31

BOOKED OUT - MEET THE DIRECTOR

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Guy Ritchie / USA 2011 / 129 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence

26 27 28

Main funders

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.

Bryan O’Neil / USA 2012 / 118 min / (12A) Contains infrequent mild sex references

SUNDAY

ACCESS INFORMATION

With Dr Watson by his side, Sherlock travels across Europe chasing his most challenging adversary who is hell bent on bringing down Western civilisation.

25

MACROBERT THANKS THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR SUPPORT

WED 14 MAR 7.30PM

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

SAT 3 MAR 2.00PM*** SUN 4 MAR 2.00PM WED 7 MAR 7.30PM

22 23 24

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)

*** Subtitled Screening

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Followed by a Q and A with director Bryan O’Neil

19 20 21

BOX OFFICE OPENING HOURS

Ailidh has two loves in this world: spying on her apartment-house neighbours and writing graphic novels. The arrival of a young man, Jacob, inspires Ailidh and she soon begins conjuring up increasingly elaborate plans to bump into the mysterious Jacob. Unfortunately, Ailidh’s romantic endeavours are disrupted when she realises she isn’t the only girl in Jacob’s life.

SUNDAY

WAR HORSE

18

Our cinema is available to hire for private screenings. Guarantee us 20 tickets sold and we will programme the film of your choice (subject to availability). To find out more contact Kate Timperley at 01786 467153 or kate.timperley@macrobert.org

IRIDE - CHASING LEGENDS

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

FANCY A PRIVATE SCREENING? HIRE US!

Steven Spielberg / USA 2011 / 146 min / (12A) Contains moderate language and violence

15 16 17

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

Jason Berry / USA 2010 / 90 min / (15) Contains strong language

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

When a young boy’s horse, Joey, is sent to the trenches of World War One, the bond between the two is torn apart. Although too young to enlist, the boy heads to France to rescue his friend.

12 13 14

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.

Our cafébar and restaurant serve freshly made and scrumptious food, with a choice of specials. Serving all week until 7.45pm (last orders). To book a table call 01786 466610.

SAT 3 MAR 8.00PM SUN 4 MAR 5.00PM MON 5 MAR 7.30PM

SUNDAY

GREAT FOOD

WED 28 MAR 8.15PM TICKETS £6 FULL/£5 FRIENDS

11

Film Four Pack (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at same time): full price £17.20/concession £13.20

There is no greater sporting event in all of cycling than the Tour de France. Chasing Legends touches on the rich history, passion and true grit of The Tour as seen through the eyes of Team HTC Columbia along with commentary from Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Eddy Merckx, Lance Armstrong and some of the sport’s most prolific heroes.

FRIDAY SATURDAY

CASABLANCA

9 10

Kids Film Club 11.00am screenings: £1.50 each/£5 (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at the same time)

MARCH 2012

Get a Student Loyalty Card and get every fourth film free. www.macrobert.org/students

Michael Curtiz / USA 1942 / 102 min / (U) Contains mild violence

THURSDAY

Screenings after 4.00pm: friends £4.60/full price £5.75/concession £5.25

I LOVE FILM STUDENT LOYALTY CARD

MACROBERT FILMHOUSE

INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY - 63 YEARS ON

8

Screenings before 4.00pm: friends £3.80/full price £4.75/concession £4.25

Become a friend and get at least 20% off most tickets, plus 20% off on food and drinks. www.macrobert.org/friends

D. Kim Dong Won, English / Korean / Chinese / Tagalog 2008 / (TBC)

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

TICKET PRICES

Night club owner Rick Blane’s life is turned upside down when an old flame and her husband arrive in Casablanca. He is forced to choose between his love for her and helping her husband escape and continue his fight against the Nazis.

5 6 7

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.

THU 8 MAR 6.00PM

SUNDAY

7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM*** 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 6.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 8.15PM**** 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM

MACROBERT FRIENDS

TUE 27 MAR 7.30PM WED 28 MAR 2.00PM** THU 29 MAR 7.30PM

4

HAYWIRE THE DESCENDANTS YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE YOGI BEAR SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS WAR HORSE THE DESCENDANTS WAR HORSE TATSUMI W.E THE DESCENDANTS SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS 63 YEARS ON TATSUMI THE ARTIST RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND THE ARTIST W.E RIO JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND W.E THE ARTIST W.E MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE THE ARTIST BOOKED OUT MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE CARNAGE KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK KUNG FU PANDA 2 JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK CARNAGE THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE JACK AND JILL THE WOMAN IN BLACK MAN ON A LEDGE MAN ON A LEDGE A DANGEROUS METHOD ICE AGE 3 EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD THIS MEANS WAR ICE AGE 3 THIS MEANS WAR EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE A DANGEROUS METHOD EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE CASABLANCA THIS MEANS WAR CASABLANCA CHASING LEGENDS CASABLANCA BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL UP BIG MIRACLE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL CHRONICLE

TUE 6 MAR 7.30PM THU 8 MAR 7.30PM

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

** Midweek Matinee Screening

1 2 3

FIND US

Award-winning director Kim Dong Won presents the harrowing experiences of five international survivors of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery during WWII. This telling of their experience is supported by excellent research to create an honest and heartbreaking documentary.

DIARY

MARCH 2012

A tribute to an artist who sought to make comics cinematic, Eric Khoo’s animated feature Tatsumi brings manga legend Yoshihiro Tatsumi classic stories to the big screen for the first time. Eric Khoo / Japan 2011 / 96 min / (15) Contains strong sex Japanese with English subtitles

TATSUMI

FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA Supported by Bring your baby along and enjoy films on the big screen in a baby-friendly, relaxed atmosphere with the lights dimmed and the sound at a comfortable level. 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 (*).

PARENT AND BABY SCREENINGS Each Wednesday at 2.00pm we bring you one of the months’ movie highlights for only £2.50. Not only that but we will throw in a free tea or coffee to help you relax that little bit more. So look out for the specially marked screenings (**) in this month’s brochure.

COME AND COSY UP WITH MACROBERT’S NEW MIDWEEK MATINEE

THE MIDWEEK MATINEE


NEW AT MACROBERT KIDS FILM CLUB SPECIAL EVENTS SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA

Subscribe to our e-newsletter and get all the latest deals and info online at www.macrobert.org/enews

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

Carnage

CARNAGE THE ARTIST THE WOMAN IN BLACK CASABLANCA AND OTHERS TICKETS WWW.MACROBERT.ORG BOX OFFICE 01786 466666

www.macrobert.org/facebook www.macrobert.org/twitter

macrobert give you a second chance to see some of the biggest hits of the past few months and revisit some classic films from days gone by.

SECOND CHANCE AND CLASSIC CINEMA

SPECIAL EVENTS

* BEPANTHEN PARENT & BABY SCREENING ** MIDWEEK MATINEE SCREENING *** SUBTITLED SCREENING **** SPECIAL PRICE

For a large print version please email marketing@macrobert.org or call 01786 466666

Each month macrobert brings you a range of special event screenings, ranging from post show discussions to genre specific films and everything in between.

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS

29 30 31

BOOKED OUT - MEET THE DIRECTOR

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Guy Ritchie / USA 2011 / 129 min / (12A) Contains moderate violence

26 27 28

Main funders

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.

Bryan O’Neil / USA 2012 / 118 min / (12A) Contains infrequent mild sex references

SUNDAY

ACCESS INFORMATION

With Dr Watson by his side, Sherlock travels across Europe chasing his most challenging adversary who is hell bent on bringing down Western civilisation.

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MACROBERT THANKS THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR SUPPORT

WED 14 MAR 7.30PM

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

SAT 3 MAR 2.00PM*** SUN 4 MAR 2.00PM WED 7 MAR 7.30PM

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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)

*** Subtitled Screening

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Followed by a Q and A with director Bryan O’Neil

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BOX OFFICE OPENING HOURS

Ailidh has two loves in this world: spying on her apartment-house neighbours and writing graphic novels. The arrival of a young man, Jacob, inspires Ailidh and she soon begins conjuring up increasingly elaborate plans to bump into the mysterious Jacob. Unfortunately, Ailidh’s romantic endeavours are disrupted when she realises she isn’t the only girl in Jacob’s life.

SUNDAY

WAR HORSE

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Our cinema is available to hire for private screenings. Guarantee us 20 tickets sold and we will programme the film of your choice (subject to availability). To find out more contact Kate Timperley at 01786 467153 or kate.timperley@macrobert.org

IRIDE - CHASING LEGENDS

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

FANCY A PRIVATE SCREENING? HIRE US!

Steven Spielberg / USA 2011 / 146 min / (12A) Contains moderate language and violence

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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

Jason Berry / USA 2010 / 90 min / (15) Contains strong language

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

When a young boy’s horse, Joey, is sent to the trenches of World War One, the bond between the two is torn apart. Although too young to enlist, the boy heads to France to rescue his friend.

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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.

Our cafébar and restaurant serve freshly made and scrumptious food, with a choice of specials. Serving all week until 7.45pm (last orders). To book a table call 01786 466610.

SAT 3 MAR 8.00PM SUN 4 MAR 5.00PM MON 5 MAR 7.30PM

SUNDAY

GREAT FOOD

WED 28 MAR 8.15PM TICKETS £6 FULL/£5 FRIENDS

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Film Four Pack (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at same time): full price £17.20/concession £13.20

There is no greater sporting event in all of cycling than the Tour de France. Chasing Legends touches on the rich history, passion and true grit of The Tour as seen through the eyes of Team HTC Columbia along with commentary from Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Eddy Merckx, Lance Armstrong and some of the sport’s most prolific heroes.

FRIDAY SATURDAY

CASABLANCA

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Kids Film Club 11.00am screenings: £1.50 each/£5 (four films from this brochure; tickets must be bought at the same time)

MARCH 2012

Get a Student Loyalty Card and get every fourth film free. www.macrobert.org/students

Michael Curtiz / USA 1942 / 102 min / (U) Contains mild violence

THURSDAY

Screenings after 4.00pm: friends £4.60/full price £5.75/concession £5.25

I LOVE FILM STUDENT LOYALTY CARD

MACROBERT FILMHOUSE

INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY - 63 YEARS ON

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Screenings before 4.00pm: friends £3.80/full price £4.75/concession £4.25

Become a friend and get at least 20% off most tickets, plus 20% off on food and drinks. www.macrobert.org/friends

D. Kim Dong Won, English / Korean / Chinese / Tagalog 2008 / (TBC)

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

TICKET PRICES

Night club owner Rick Blane’s life is turned upside down when an old flame and her husband arrive in Casablanca. He is forced to choose between his love for her and helping her husband escape and continue his fight against the Nazis.

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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.

THU 8 MAR 6.00PM

SUNDAY

7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM*** 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 6.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 10.30AM* 2.00PM** 8.15PM**** 7.30PM 7.30PM 11.00AM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM

MACROBERT FRIENDS

TUE 27 MAR 7.30PM WED 28 MAR 2.00PM** THU 29 MAR 7.30PM

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TUE 6 MAR 7.30PM THU 8 MAR 7.30PM

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

** Midweek Matinee Screening

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FIND US

Award-winning director Kim Dong Won presents the harrowing experiences of five international survivors of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery during WWII. This telling of their experience is supported by excellent research to create an honest and heartbreaking documentary.

DIARY

MARCH 2012

A tribute to an artist who sought to make comics cinematic, Eric Khoo’s animated feature Tatsumi brings manga legend Yoshihiro Tatsumi classic stories to the big screen for the first time. Eric Khoo / Japan 2011 / 96 min / (15) Contains strong sex Japanese with English subtitles

TATSUMI

FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA Supported by Bring your baby along and enjoy films on the big screen in a baby-friendly, relaxed atmosphere with the lights dimmed and the sound at a comfortable level. 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 (*).

PARENT AND BABY SCREENINGS Each Wednesday at 2.00pm we bring you one of the months’ movie highlights for only £2.50. Not only that but we will throw in a free tea or coffee to help you relax that little bit more. So look out for the specially marked screenings (**) in this month’s brochure.

COME AND COSY UP WITH MACROBERT’S NEW MIDWEEK MATINEE

THE MIDWEEK MATINEE

March cinema brochure  

Cinema programme for March 2012

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