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SEASON 2017

27 Jan – 24 Mar

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Chichester Cinema Great News! With the Minerva Theatre now fully refurbished, we can resume our ‘A Mind For Movies’ Film Quiz after a one year sabbatical. This is perhaps the most fun event on the New Park Cinema calendar, and doubles up as a fundraiser for the Cinema – this year, all profits will go towards the new cinema seating planned for the summer. I will be joined by WEA film lecturer Richard Cupidi to host the event, made up of multiple-choice questions of varying difficulties (novice to film-buff), which are projected on to a screen, accompanied by images, video, audio and more. Teams of six fight (or is it giggle?) it out for the quiz trophy. See pg22 for details. This season kicks off with Martin Scorsese’s epic new film ‘Silence’, so we have taken the opportunity to screen three of his undisputed masterpieces, remastered, and on the big screen. Look out for ‘Taxi Driver’, Raging Bull’ and ‘Goodfellas’ as you have never seen them before. We are proud to bring to you two very special presentations this season: ‘Holocaust Day’ on the very first day of the season sees a mixture of films and talks about the harrowing events of WW2; whilst ‘Screening Diversity’ sees a mixture of four films and three courses on minorities, highlighted by the screening of ‘Victim’ (plus Q&A with actor Peter McEnery & Dirk Bogarde biographer John Coldstream), and the visit of Brian Robinson from the BFI. See you at the Cinema

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what’s on

Awards 2017 contents Amadeus The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism

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La La Land

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Silence

Lion

17

Live By Night

17

The Sleeping Beauty

28

7 30

Swan Lake

14

Sweet Dreams

39 35

Before Sunrise

19

Loving

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk

36

Manchester by the Sea

15

Taxi Driver

Manon Lescaut

38

The Tempest

16

Toni Erdmann

27

T2 Trainspotting

34

20th Century Women

33

Britain on Film: Rural life

26

The Children’s Hour 26 Christine

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Cinema, Censorship and Public Opinion in the 1960s 41 Conspiracy Conspiracy of Goodness

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Meet the Author - Peter Grose

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Moana

24

Moonlight

32

Napoleon

21

No Man’s Land

37

Passengers

12

Performance

8

Raging Bull

35

Reset

13

A Contemporary Evening

40

Dancer

29

Denial

21

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 24

Donnie Darko

28

Saint Joan

The Dreamed Ones 13 Fences

37

Film Quiz

22

Focus on Film

41

The Founder

34

Gold

30

Goodfellas

35

Hacksaw Ridge

18

Hedda Gabler

33

Sapphire

18 20

Screening Diversity 41

Valentine’s Day Film

19

Viceroy’s House

39

Victim

20

Women in Hollywood

42

Women in British Cinema

42

Woody Allen Talk

43

Woolf Works: Ballet Triptych 19 Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

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Hell or High Water 12 Hidden Figures

38

Holocaust Memorial Day

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Hunt for the Wilderpeople

12

I, Claude Monet

27

Il Trovatore

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Irreplaceable

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It’s Only the End of the World

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Jackie

15

The L-Shaped Room

32

Moonlight

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Film Listings Fri 27 Jan

Fri 3 Feb

Fri 10 Feb

12:15 The Dreamed Ones (PG) 89m 14:00 Hell or High Water (15) 102m 16:00 Holocaust Memorial Day Event 20:15 Silence (15) 159m

12:30 Manchester by the Sea (15) 137m 15:30 Irreplaceable (12A) 102m 18:00 Manchester by the Sea 21:00 Jackie (15) 99m

12:30 Live By Night (15) 128m 15:00 Hacksaw Ridge (15) 139m 17:30 Lion (PG) 118m 20:15 The Tempest (RSC) 165m inc Interval

Sat 28 Jan

12:00 Jackie 14:00 Amadeus (NT Encore) 220m inc Interval 18:15 Jackie 20:30 Manchester by the Sea

12:45 Hunt for the Wilderpeople (PG) 101m 15:00 Reset (PG) 110m 17:30 Silence 20:45 Passengers (12A) 116m

Sun 29 Jan 11:00 Napoleon (Acts 1&2) 191m inc interval 14:30 The Dreamed Ones 16:15 Napoleon (Acts 3&4) 171m inc interval 19:30 Silence

Mon 30 Jan 13:00 Hunt for the Wilderpeople 15:15 Passengers 17:45 Hell or High Water 20:00 Silence

Tue 31 Jan 13:00 Silence 16:30 Hunt for the Wilderpeople 19:15 Il Trovatore (ROH Opera) 195m inc Interval

Wed 1 Feb 12:45 Passengers 15:15 Silence 18:30 Reset 21:00 The Dreamed ones

Thu 2 Feb 13:00 Silence 16:15 Passengers 19:00 Amadeus (NT Live) 220m inc Interval

Sat 4 Feb

Sun 5 Feb 12:15 Manchester by the Sea 15:00 Swan Lake (Bolshoi) 180m inc Interval 18:15 Jackie 20:30 Jackie

Mon 6 Feb 12:15 Jackie 14:45 Manchester by the Sea 17:45 Jackie 20:00 The Tempest (RSC) 165m inc Interval

Tue 7 Feb 13:00 Manchester by the Sea 16:00 Jackie 18:15 Irreplaceable 20:30 Manchester by the Sea

Wed 8 Feb 12:00 Jackie 14:15 Manchester by the Sea 16:45 Jackie

Thu 9 Feb 12:45 Irreplaceable 15:00 Manchester by the Sea 18:00 Manchester by the Sea 21:00 Jackie

The Dreamed Ones

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Lion

Sat 11 Feb 12:30 Lion 15:15 Live By Night 18:00 Victim (PG) 90m + Intro/Q&A (Screening Diversity) 20:30 Hacksaw Ridge

Sun 12 Feb 11:45 Lion 14:00 Woolf Works: Ballet Triptych (ROH) 170m inc Interval 17:00 Hacksaw Ridge 20:00 Live By Night

Mon 13 Feb 12:45 Lion 15:15 Live By Night 18:00 Lion 20:30 Hacksaw Ridge

Tue 14 Feb 12:30 Hacksaw Ridge 15:30 Lion 18:15 Before Sunrise (15) 101m Valentine’s Screening 20:30 Live By Night

Wed 15 Feb 12:45 Before Sunrise 15:00 Hacksaw Ridge 18:00 Lion 20:30 Live By Night

Thu 16 Feb 11:30 Lion 13:45 Live By Night 16:15 Hacksaw Ridge 19:00 Saint Joan (NT Live) 210m inc Interval


Fri 17 Feb

Fri 24 Feb

Sat 4 Mar

12:30 Denial (12A) 109m 15:00 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12A) 133m 17:45 Denial 18:30 Sapphire (12A) 92m Studio (Screening Diversity) 20:15 Tony Erdmann (15) 162m

13:00 Moana (PG) 103m 15:30 Denial (12A) 109m 18:00 La La Land (12A) 128m 18:30 The Children’s Hour (12A) 108m Studio (Screening Diversity) 20:45 Loving (12A) 123m

10:00 Cinema, Censorship and Public Opinion in the 1960s’ with Brian Robinson (BFI) 13:15 20th Century Women 15:45 Moonlight 18:15 20th Century Women 20:45 Taxi Driver (18) 113m

Sat 18 Feb 12:30 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 15:00 Denial 17:30 Tony Erdmann 21:00 Denial

Sun 19 Feb 11:00 Napoleon (Acts 1&2) 191m inc interval 14:30 Britain on Film: Rural life (PG) 90m 16:15 Napoleon (Acts 3&4) 171m inc interval 19:45 Denial

Mon 20 Feb

Sat 25 Feb 13:15 La La Land 16:00 I, Claude Monet (Exhibition) 90m 18:00 Loving 20:45 Denial

Sun 26 Feb 12:15 Loving 15:00 La La Land 17:45 Denial 20:15 Loving

Mon 27 Feb 13:00 Denial 15:30 Loving 18:15 La La Land 21:00 Donnie Darko (15) 113m

Tue 28 Feb

12:15 Moana (PG) 103m 14:45 Denial 17:15 Denial 19:45 Tony Erdmann

12:45 Loving 15:00 Manchester by the Sea (15) 137m 18:00 Loving 20:45 Denial

Tue 21 Feb

Wed 1 Mar

13:00 Tony Erdmann 16:00 I, Claude Monet (Exhibition) 90m 18:00 Denial 20:30 Denial

13:00 Denial 15:30 Donnie Darko 18:00 Loving 20:45 Manchester by the Sea

Wed 22 Feb

Thu 2 Mar

12:15 Denial 14:45 Britain on Film: Rural life 16:30 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Thu 23 Feb 12:45 Moana 15:00 Tony Erdmann 18:30 Denial 21:00 Denial

20th Century Woman

12:45 Loving 15:30 Loving 18:30 Dancer (PG) 120m inc Q&A/ Performance 21:00 Denial

Fri 3 Mar 12:45 Christine (15) 119m 15:15 20th Century Women (15) 118m 18:00 Moonlight (15) 111m 20:30 Gold (15) 121m

Sun 5 Mar 12:00 Moonlight 14:00 The Sleeping Beauty (ROH Ballet) 195m inc Interval 17:30 Gold 20:15 20th Century Women

Mon 6 Mar 12:45 Gold 15:30 20th Century Women 18:00 Christine 20:45 Moonlight

Tue 7 Mar 13:00 20th Century Women 15:45 Taxi Driver 18:30 Moonlight 21:00 Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 120m

Wed 8 Mar 12:00 Moonlight 14:15 20th Century Women 16:30 Christine

Thu 9 Mar 12:00 20th Century Women 14:15 Gold 16:45 Moonlight 19:00 Hedda Gabler (NT Live) 180m inc Interval

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Film Listings continued Fri 10 Mar

12:15 Fences (12A) 138m 15:15 The Founder (12A) 115m 17:45 Fences 18:30 The L-Shaped Room (15) 126m Studio (Screening Diversity) 20:45 T2 Trainspotting (18)

Sat 11 Mar 12:00 Fences 14:30 Hedda Gabler (NT Encore) 180m inc Interval 18:00 The Founder 20:30 Raging Bull (18) 129m

Sun 12 Mar 12:30 Fences 15:30 The Founder 18:00 Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk (15) 113m 20:45 It’s Only the End of the World 97m

Mon 20 Mar

12:30 Fences 15:30 The Founder 18:00 Fences 21:00 T2 Trainspotting

12:45 Viceroy’s House 15:15 Goodfellas 18:15 Hidden Figures 21:00 Viceroy’s House

Thu 16 Mar

Tue 21 Mar

12:45 Fences 15:45 Raging Bull 18:30 Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk 21:00 The Founder

13:00 Sweet Dreams (15) 134m 16:00 The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism (Exhibition) 90m 18:15 Viceroy’s House 20:30 Hidden Figures

Fri 17 Mar 13:00 Viceroy’s House (12A) 106m 15:30 Hidden Figures (PG) 127m 18:15 Viceroy’s House 18:30 Woody Allen Course (Studio) 20:45 Hidden Figures

Sat 18 Mar

12:30 Fences 15:30 T2 Trainspotting 18:00 The Founder 20:30 Fences

10:00 Women in Hollywood Cinema (Day Course) 12:30 Hidden Figures 15:15 Viceroy’s House 17:45 Viceroy’s House 18:30 FILM QUIZ: A Mind For Movies 2017 (Minerva) 20:15 Goodfellas (18) 146m

Tue 14 Mar

Sun 19 Mar

Mon 13 Mar

12:00 It’s Only the End of the World 14:00 Fences 16:30 The Founder 19:00 Manon Lescaut (Live from Italy)

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Wed 15 Mar

12:15 Hidden Figures 15:00 A Contemporary Evening (Live Bolshoi) 160m inc Interval 18:00 Viceroy’s House 20:30 Viceroy’s House

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Wed 22 Mar 12:15 Viceroy’s House 14:15 Hidden Figures 16:45 Viceroy’s House

Thu 23 Mar 12:45 Hidden Figures 15:30 Viceroy’s House 18:00 Viceroy’s House 20:30 Sweet Dreams

Fri 24 Mar 13:15 Viceroy’s House 13:30 Women in British Cinema (Studio Course) 16:00 The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism (Exhibition) 90m 18:15 Viceroy’s House 18:30 Woody Allen Course (Studio) 20:30 No Man’s Land (NT Encore)


Martin Scorsese

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Silence

27 Jan 28 Jan 29 Jan 30 Jan

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Tue 31 Jan 13:00 Wed 1 Feb 15:15 Thu 2 Feb 13:00

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In this monumental film – Martin Scorsese’s 24th in half a century – silence is the sound of the voice of God. The film tells the story of two Christian missionaries, Fathers Rodrigues (Andrew Garfield) and Garrpe (Adam Driver), who face the ultimate test of faith when they travel to Japan in search of their missing mentor Father Ferreira (Liam Neeson) - at a time when Christianity was outlawed and their presence forbidden. When word reaches them that Ferreira has not only renounced his faith, but gone wholly native (Colonel Kurtz style), the two young men set out to find him so his honour can be restored. Garfield and Driver couldn’t imaginably be better – or better cast. Grace may be the toughest of all spiritual conditions to capture on film: it’s why so few directors even attempt it. Scorsese, who spent a year in a seminary before making movies, has never shied away from matters religious – themes of guilt and redemption run through everything from ‘The Last Temptation of Christ’ to ‘Taxi Driver’ – but ‘Silence’ seems to bring it all into perspective. It’s the kind of work a great filmmaker can only pull off with a lifetime’s accrued expertise behind him. USA 2016 Martin Scorsese 159m Martin Scorsese: Masterpieces ‘Silence’ is the first of four films we screen this season by Director Martin Scorsese - widely regarded as one of the most significant and influential filmmakers in cinema history. We are pleased to present for you on the big screen:

Taxi Driver

Raging Bull

Sat 4 Mar 20:45 Tue 7 Mar 20:45 See Pg33 for details

Sat 11 Mar 20:30 Thu 16 Mar 15:45 See Pg33 for details

Goodfellas

Sat 18 Mar 20:15 Mon 20 Mar 15:15 See Pg33 for details

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Highlights this season include Live transmissions from London (National Theatre Live) and Moscow (Bolshoi Ballet); encores from the Royal Opera House and the Royal Shakespeare Company; plus the start of the next trio of Exhibition on Screen productions. Please see our website for some Spring Performance events that are already on sale.

OPERA

Il Trovatore (Live ROH) – Tue 31 Jan 19:15 ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ pg 9 Manon Lescaut (Live from Italy) – Tue 14 Mar 19:00������������������������������������������������������������������������� pg 38 Madama Butterfly (ROH Encores) – Sun 2 Apr 14:00 & Wed 5 Apr 19:30�������������������������� Next Season

BALLET

Swan Lake (ROH) – Sun 5 Feb 15:00 �������������������������������������������������������������������������� pg 14 Woolf Works: Ballet Triptych (ROH) – Sun 12 Feb 14:00���������������������������������������������������������������������������pg 19 Dancer – Thu 2 Mar 18:30���������������������������������������������������������������������������� pg 29 The Sleeping Beauty (ROH) – Sun 5 Mar 14:00 �������������������������������������������������������������������������� pg 30 A Contemporary Evening (LIVE Bolshoi) – Sun 19 Mar 15:00������������������������������������������������������������������������� pg 40 A Hero Of Our Time (LIVE Bolshoi) – Sun 9 Apr 16:00 �������������������������������������������������������������Next Season

THEATRE

Amadeus – Thu 2 Feb 19:00 (Live) & Sat 4 Feb 14:00 (Encore)������������ pg 14 The Tempest (Royal Shakespeare Company) – Mon 6 Feb 20:00 (Encore) ������������������������������������������������������ pg 16 Saint Joan – Thu 16 Feb 19:00 (Live)�������������������������������������������������������������� pg 18 Hedda Gabler – Thu 9 Mar 19:00 & Sat 11 Mar 14:30 (Encore)����������������������� pg 33 No Man’s Land (NT Encore) – Fri 24 Mar 20:30������������������������������������������������������������������������� pg 37 Twelfth Night (LIVE from the Olivier Theatre) – Thu 6 Apr 19:00 ������������������������������������������������������������ Next Season

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN

I Claude Monet – Tue 21 & Sat 25 Feb 16:00����������������������������������������������������������pg 27 The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism – Tue 21 & Fri 24 Mar 16:00 ��������������������������������������������������������� pg 40

CONCERT

Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars – Tue 7 Mar 21:00�������������������������������������������������������������������������� pg 31 8

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Tue 31 Jan 19:15 (Live) Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) Booking Ref

Live ROH Opera

Il Trovatore This is one of the great operas of the Romantic period, a story of passion and blood, love and vengeance, disaster and murder. It is a Verdi classic! This atmospheric and poetic staging by director David Bösch puts the story of passion against the backdrop of war. Fire and snow in the landscape echo the cruelty and love of the story: soldiers and gypsies clash, a mother reveals a terrible secret and two men are engaged in a deadly fight for one woman. The famous Anvil Chorus is just one of the highlights of Verdi’s exceptionally fine music. Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Anita Rachvelishvili, Lianna Haroutounian and Gregory Kunde lead a superb cast of world-class singers. (Sung in Italian with English subtitles) Offices ininterval. Chichester, Guildford and London 195m approx including

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To mark Holocaust Memorial Day - Friday 27th January 2017 members of Chichester City Council have organised a programme running from 16:00 to 20:00 that day entitled ‘Conspiracies - the Evil & the Good.’ It consists of two films and related discussion panels, taking place in the main New Park Cinema, accompanied by a display and ‘meet the author’ opportunity in the adjacent Studio.

Fri 27 Jan 16:00 – 20:00 (Maximum 2 people per booking) Conspiracy will be screened free of charge. Donations will be collected at the end of the day (suggested £20 per person) for the other events, with all surplus going to Save the Children.

Conspiracy Based on the only surviving record of the infamous January 1942 Wannsee Conference, the BBC/HBO-produced ‘Conspiracy’ reconstructs the two-hour meeting during which leading members of the SS and the Nazi government made definitive plans for the genocide of Europe’s Jews. Sixteen men sit around a table and politely discuss the mechanics and ramifications of murdering millions. As SS General Reinhard Heydrich, overall architect of the Final Solution, Kenneth Branagh is brilliant, charming, manipulative and threatening, a cultured man seemingly without a soul. As his aid, SS Colonel Adolf Eichmann, Stanley Tucci is the incarnation of the banality of evil. Colin Firth is a powerful foil for Branagh as Dr Wilhelm Stuckart, author of Nazi Germany’s race laws and a stickler for the rule of law, no matter how insane the law may have become; while David Threlfall makes a striking impression as the one man who comes closest to taking a moral stand, Dr Wilhelm Kritzinger. UK 2001 BBC/HBO Frank Pierson 92 m

Conspiracy - Panel Discussion The Panel Discussion following the film will be chaired by District and City Councillor Clare Apel. Clare is the daughter of a Viennese Jewish father. He lost all of his close relatives in the Holocaust apart from two cousins. Clare chaired the committee which organised the performance of ‘Last Train to Tomorrow’ by the composer Carl Davis and the Chichester University Orchestra in the Cathedral on 27th January 2016. Booking Ref

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Meet the Author Peter Grose A Good Place to Hide In sharp contrast a ‘conspiracy’ of a very different sort was taking place in the early 1940’s in the Massif Central, France. Mainly Protestant families on the remote Plateau Vivarais-Lignon, inspired by Pastor André Trocmé of Le Chambon- sur- Lignon, hid thousands of Jewish and other refugee children in villages and farms throughout WW2. Vichy officials and occupying German soldiers knew what was happening did nothing to prevent it a ‘conspiracy of goodness’. Trocmé’s and the Plateau’s story is brilliantly told in Peter Grose’s recent book ‘A Good Place to Hide’. Now living in France, Peter began his career as a journalist in Sydney, Australia. In 1980 he joined London publishers Secker & Warburg, as Publishing and then Managing Director. He has written three bestselling books including ‘A Good Place to Hide’. Peter Grose will be present in The Studio during the interval.

Sermon Reading by Reverend Canon Dr Anthony Cane Back in the Cinema, he will then introduce the Reverend Canon Dr Anthony Cane, Chancellor of Chichester Cathedral who will read Pastor Trocmé’s famous 1940 post-Armistice Sermon.

Documentary: Conspiracy of Goodness This will be followed by the documentary ‘Conspiracy of Goodness’ (2012 - 30m), about Le Chambon and the Plateau during WW2. This short film by Martyn Cox is narrated by the Le Chambon historian Gérard Bollon and is in French with English subtitles. Martyn Cox has filmed oral history interviews with more than a hundred WW2 veterans who’d taken part in secret operations in support of wartime Resistance or been Resisters themselves. He’s an Advisory Board member for the development of the University of Sussex Centre for Resistance Studies. Martyn regularly advises the media and was the instigator and Associate Producer of the Channel 4 documentary “The Real Charlotte Grays”. He’s the co-founder of the educational charity The Secret WW2 Learning Network

Panel Discussion The second Panel Discussion will be chaired by City Councillor Martyn Bell. As a student in Lyon in the early 1960’s, Martyn was a regular visitor to the Vivarais Plateau and has known several of the ‘hidden children’.

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Passengers

Sat 28 Jan Mon 30 Jan Wed 1 Feb Thu 2 Feb

20:45 15:15 12:45 16:15

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt star in an exciting actionthriller about two passengers who are on a 120-year journey to another planet when their hibernation pods wake them 90 years too early. Jim and Aurora are forced to unravel the mystery behind the malfunction as the ship teeters on the brink of collapse, with the lives of thousands of passengers in jeopardy. The all-star cast includes Michael Sheen and Laurence Fishburne. USA 2016 Morten Tyldum 116m

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Hell or High Water

Fri 27 Jan 14:00 Mon 30 Jan 17:45

Critics’ favourite and nominated for the Best Film Golden Globe – this was a highlight of 2016. Texas brothers Toby (Chris Pine), and Tanner (Ben Foster), come together after years divided to rob branches of the bank threatening to foreclose on their family land. Pine and Bridges are stand outs in a film directed by David Mackenzie (‘Starred Up’), and with a screenplay by Taylor Sheridan, who continues his hot streak after ‘Sicario’. USA 2016 David Mackenzie 102m

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Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Sat 28 Jan 12:45 Mon 30 Jan 13:00 Tue 31 Jan 16:30 Booking Ref

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A hilarious and touching crowd-pleaser. Raised on hip-hop and foster care, Ricky gets a fresh start in the New Zealand countryside with his new foster family: loving Aunt Bella, cantankerous Uncle Hec, and dog Tupac, before he and Hec go on the run in the bush creating a national manhunt. Equal parts road comedy and rousing adventure story, and with emotionally honest performances by Sam Neill and Julian Dennison. New Zealand 2016 Taika Waititi 101m


Fri 27 Jan 12:15 Sun 29 Jan 14:30 Wed 1 Feb 21:00 International Panorama: Austria

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The Dreamed Ones Die Geträumten A tormented love affair between two celebrated writers inspired this intimate literary docudrama. A literary love affair rising from the ruins of post-war Europe, the troubled relationship between Paul Celan (Laurence Rupp) and Ingeborg Bachmann (Anja Plaschg) was born in the shadow of the Holocaust, and arguably never quite escaped it. A Romanian-born Jewish poet, Celan lost both his parents in the Nazi genocide. Bachmann, an Austrian poet and dramatist, was the daughter of a devoted Nazi. Working with actors for the first time, veteran Austrian documentary maker Ruth Beckermann, herself the daughter of Jewish Holocaust survivors, brings this fatal attraction to life. Connoisseurs of doomed romance will savour every angst-heavy line, ideally while wearing all-black clothes and chainsmoking high-tar cigarettes. (Subtitles) Austria 2016 Ruth Beckermann 89m

Sat 28 Jan 15:00 Wed 1 Feb 18:30

Reset

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Relève A gorgeously shot documentary focusing on Benjamin Millepied’s 2015 efforts to stage his first show, “Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward,” as the Paris Opera Ballet’s new dance director. On the strength of his tenure as a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet (as well as his contributions to Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Black Swan’, whose star, Natalie Portman, he married in 2012), Millepied was hired to take over the reigns of the Paris Opera Ballet. It’s an illustrious, nerve-wracking job, and one for which Millepied is immediately up to the task. Directors Thierry Demaizière and Alban Teurlai don’t lack for access, as their documentary takes up intimate residence alongside its subject as he choreographs, plans and oversees rehearsals for his maiden production. (Subtitles) France 2016 T. Demaizière/A. Teurlai 110m

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Thu 2 Feb Sat 4 Feb

19:00 (Live) 14:00 (Encore)

Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) NT Live

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Amadeus Lucian Msamati (‘Luther’, ‘Game of Thrones’) plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a rowdy young prodigy, arrives in Vienna, the music capital of the world – and he’s determined to make a splash. Awestruck by his genius, court composer Antonio Salieri has the power to promote his talent or destroy his name. Seized by obsessive jealousy he begins a war with Mozart, with music, and ultimately, with God. Adam Gillen delivers a most moving portrayal of Mozart. After winning multiple Olivier and Tony Awards when it had its premiere at the National Theatre in 1979, Amadeus was adapted into an Academy Award-winning film. 220m approx including interval

Sun 5 Feb

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Tickets £17.50 (Friends/ Students £15; Children £10) Bolshoi Ballet

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Swan Lake Tchaikovsky’s final and greatest ballet concludes our Bolshoi trilogy. By moonlight on the shore of a mysterious lake, Prince Siegfried meets the bewitched swan-woman Odette. Completely spellbound by her beauty, he swears his love to her. However, the Prince realises too late that Fate has another plan for him. A ballet of ultimate beauty, and a score of unparalleled perfection, born at the Bolshoi in 1877. In the dual role of the white swan Odette and her rival black swan Odile, prima ballerina Svetlana Zakharova exudes both vulnerability and cunning through superb technical mastery, alongside Denis Rodkin as a powerful and emotional Siegfried. Music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky | Choreography & Libretto: Yuri Grigorovich. Captured live on 25 Jan 2015 180m approx including intervals

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3 Feb 4 Feb 5 Feb 6 Feb

21:00 12:00 & 18:15 18:15 & 20:30 12:15 & 17:45

Tue 7 Feb Wed 8 Feb Thu 9 Feb

16:00 12:00 & 16:45 21:00

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Jackie

Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband’s historic legacy. The iconic first lady is given emotional complexity and rich understanding through a stirring and ambitious performance by Natalie Portman in director Pablo Larraín’s powerful film. It’s less a biopic than an experimental character study - an effective one - looking at Jackie’s private life in the traumatic days following her husband’s assassination. ‘Jackie’ finds humanity in the pomp and splendour, and a deep empathy for those who must always live in the public eye and are not even allowed to mourn in their own way. There is real grace, sorrow, and beauty to this rich and rewarding cinematic experience. USA/Chile/France 2016 Pablo Larraín 99m

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3 Feb 4 Feb 5 Feb 6 Feb 7 Feb

12:30 & 18:00 20:30 12:15 14:45 13:00 & 20:30

Wed 8 Feb Thu 9 Feb Plus Tue 28 Feb Wed 1 Mar

14:15 15:00 & 18:00 15:00 20:45

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Manchester by the Sea This strong Oscar contender tells the life of a solitary Boston janitor who is transformed when he returns to his hometown to take care of his teenage nephew. The story of the Chandlers, a working-class family living in a Massachusetts fishing village for generations, Manchester by the Sea is a deeply poignant, unexpectedly funny exploration of the power of familial love, community, sacrifice and hope. After the death of his older brother Joe (Kyle Chandler), Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) is shocked to learn that Joe has made him sole guardian of his nephew Patrick (Lucas Hedges). Taking leave of his job, Lee reluctantly returns to care for the spirited 16-year-old, and is forced to deal with a past that separated him from his wife Randi (Michelle Williams) and the community where he was born and raised. USA 2016 Kenneth Lonergan 137m

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Fri 3 Feb Tue 7 Feb Thu 9 Feb International Panorama: France

15:30 18:15 12:45

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Irreplaceable Médecin de Campagne When a rural Doctor falls sick, a novice comes from the hospital to assist him. But will she manage to adapt to this new life and to replace the man who thought he was... irreplaceable? All of the inhabitants in this corner of the countryside can count on Jean-Pierre (François Cluzet from ‘Untouchable’), the doctor who cares for them and who reassures them day and night, seven days a week. Nathalie (Marianne Denicourt) is sent to help, but can the polar opposite to Jean-Pierre (she has just finished her degree despite being in her forties) fit in to this alien world? This is a drama that reminds us that commitment to others must overcome our own ego and that happiness can be found beyond the borders of a bustling city that can devour those with the best of intentions. Director Thomas Lilti knows a thing or two about the profession as he is a qualified doctor himself. (Subtitles) France 2016 Thomas Lilti 102m

Mon 6 Feb 20:00 Fri 10 Feb 20:15 Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) RSC

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The Tempest Recorded Live Shakespeare’s comedy about a major act of betrayal, ill treatment, the development of magic arts and a plot of revenge, starring Simon Russell Beale. On a distant island a man waits. Robbed of his position, power and wealth, his enemies have left him in isolation. But this is no ordinary man, and this no ordinary island. Prospero (Simon Russell Beale) is a magician, able to control the very elements and bend nature to his will. When a sail appears on the horizon, he reaches out across the ocean to the ship that carries the men who wronged him. Creating a vast magical storm he wrecks the ship and washes his enemies up on the shore. When they wake they find themselves lost on a fantastical island where nothing is as it seems. 165m including interval.

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Fri 10 Feb Sat 11 Feb Sun 12 Feb Mon 13 Feb

17:30 12:30 11:45 12:45 & 18:00

International Panorama: Australia

Tue 14 Feb 15:30 Wed 15 Feb 18:00 Thu 16 Feb 11:30 Booking Ref

Lion Based on the memoir ‘A Long Way Home’ by Saroo Brierley, this is a heart-warming tale of love beyond boundaries and the incandescent pull of home. Five-year-old Saroo (Sunny Pawar - this tiny, self-possessed performer is electric, using his expressive eyes to convey emotions that are unmistakable but still restrained) gets lost on a train which takes him thousands of kilometres across India, away from home and family. Saroo must learn to survive alone in Kolkata, before ultimately being adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty-five years later (now played by Dev Patel), armed with only a handful of memories, his unwavering determination, and a revolutionary technology known as Google Earth, he sets out to find his lost family and finally return to his first home. Also stars Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara and David Wenham. Australia 2016 Garth Davis 118m

Fri 10 Feb Sat 11 Feb Sun 12 Feb Mon 13 Feb

12:30 15:15 20:00 15:15

Live By Night

Tue 14 Feb 20:30 Wed 15 Feb 20:30 Thu 16 Feb 13:45 Booking Ref

A story set in Prohibition Era Boston and centred around a group of individuals and their dealings in the world of organized crime. The ‘20s are roaring. Liquor is flowing, bullets are flying, and one man sets out to make his mark on the world. Prohibition has given rise to an endless network of underground distilleries, speakeasies, gangsters, and corrupt policemen. Joe Coughlin (Ben Affleck), the youngest son of a prominent Boston police captain (Brendan Gleeson), has long since turned his back on his strict and proper upbringing. Now having graduated from a childhood of petty theft to a career in the pay of the city’s most fearsome mobsters, Joe enjoys the spoils, thrills, and notoriety of being an outlaw. But life on the dark side carries a heavy price. USA 2016 Ben Affleck 128m

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10 Feb 11 Feb 12 Feb 13 Feb

15:00 20:30 17:00 20:30

Hacksaw Ridge

Tue 14 Feb 12:30 Wed 15 Feb 15:00 Thu 16 Feb 16:15 Booking Ref

The extraordinary true story of Desmond Doss who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun. Doss (Andrew Garfield) was the only American soldier in WWII to fight on the front lines without a weapon, as he believed that while the war was justified, killing was nevertheless wrong. As an army medic, he single-handedly evacuated the wounded from behind enemy lines, braved fire while tending to soldiers and was wounded by a grenade and hit by snipers. Doss was the first conscientious objector to ever earn the Congressional Medal of Honour. Its story of an outcast finding redemption through superhuman levels of suffering is pure Gibson: perhaps completing an unofficial trilogy with ‘The Passion of the Christ’ (2004) and ‘Apocalypto’ (2006). USA 2017 Mel Gibson 139m

Thu 16 Feb 19:00 Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) NT Live

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Saint Joan Gemma Arterton is Joan of Arc in Josie Rourke’s production of Bernard Shaw’s classic play. Joan: daughter, farm girl, visionary, patriot, king-whisperer, soldier, leader, victor, icon, radical, witch, heretic, saint, martyr, woman. Josie Rourke (Les Liaisons Dangereuses,) directs Gemma Arterton (‘Gemma Bovery’, ‘Nell Gwynn’, ‘Made in Dagenham’) as Joan of Arc in this electrifying production. Bernard Shaw’s classic play follows the life and trial of a young country girl who declares a bloody mission to drive the English from France. As one of the first Protestants and nationalists, she threatens the very fabric of the feudal society and the Catholic Church across Europe. Running time 210m approx inc. interval

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Valentine’s Day Screening

Tue 14 Feb 18:15 (Valentine’s Screening) Wed 15 Feb 12:45 Special 35mm Presentation

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Before Sunrise Jess (Ethan Hawke), an American traveling through Europe, meets the French beauty Celine (Julie Delpy) on a train, in an intelligent and very romantic modern classic. Richard Linklater wrote and directed this charming film concerning two young people who meet briefly on a train travelling through Europe who enjoy talking to each other so much that they decide to spend a few hours together until they depart for different destinations. Linklater, in the style of Eric Rohmer and Jacques Rivette, assumes intelligence on both the part of his audience, and his characters. Hawke and Delpy keep the clever romantic tone not only afloat but mesmerizing. So natural are their performances that it seems impossible not to believe they truly are soulmates who are locked in a doomed, all-too-short affair. USA 1995 Richard Linklater 101m

Sun 12 Feb 14:00 Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) ROH Ballet

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Woolf Works: Ballet Triptych The pioneering literary work of Virginia Woolf is the inspiration for multi-award-winning choreographer Wayne McGregor‘s brilliant triptych for The Royal Ballet. McGregor has long been at the cutting edge of ballet, working with collaborators from across the artistic world, and in this critically acclaimed work he combines themes from three of Woolf’s landmark novels – ‘Mrs Dalloway’, ‘Orlando’ and ‘The Waves’ – with elements of her letters, essays and diaries. Acclaimed British composer Max Richter (‘Infra’, ‘Sum’ and ‘Recomposed’ by Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons) creates a specially commissioned score incorporating electronic and live music. 170m approx including two intervals

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Sat 11 Feb

18:00

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Victim

In 1961 a British film challenged the prevailing view on homosexuality and helped to change the law, as recommended four years earlier in the report of the committee chaired by Lord Wolfenden. That film was ‘Victim’, starring Dirk Bogarde and Sylvia Syms. In early 1960s London, barrister Melville Farr (Dirk Bogarde) is on the path to success. With his practice winning cases and a loving marriage to his wife (Sylvia Sims), Farr’s career and personal life are nearly idyllic. However, when blackmailers link Farr to a young gay man (Peter McEnery), everything Farr has worked for is threatened. As it turns out, Farr is a closeted homosexual - which is problematic, due to Britain’s anti-sodomy laws. But instead of giving in, Farr decides to fight. To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act and the 60th of the report itself - this screening of ‘Victim’ will be introduced by John Coldstream, Dirk Bogarde’s official biographer. A Q&A with Peter McEnery, who played Boy Barrett in the film, will follow. UK 1961 Basil Dearden 90m + Q&A

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Sapphire

Fri 17 Feb

Nigel Patrick and Michael Craig portray two Scotland Yard detectives who are investigating the murder of a young black woman who had been passing for white. The detectives investigate the vast array of suspects - everyone from the girl’s white boyfriend and his parents who feared that the association would destroy his career to the boys that the girl had spurned when she was accepted by white society. As timely today as when made in an England rampant with racial prejudice in the 1950s. UK 1959 Basil Dearden 92m

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Fri 17 Feb Sat 18 Feb Sun 19 Feb Mon 20 Feb Tue 21 Feb Wed 22 Feb Thu 23 Feb

12:30 & 17:45 15:00 & 21:00 19:45 14:45 & 17:15 18:00 & 20:30 12:15 18:30 & 21:00

Denial

Fri 24 Feb Sat 25 Feb Sun 26 Feb Mon 27 Feb Tue 28 Feb Wed 1 Mar Thu 2 Mar

15:30 20:45 17:45 13:00 20:45 13:00 21:00

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Acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irving, a renowned denier, sues her for libel. In the English legal system, the burden of proof is on the accused, therefore it was up to Lipstadt (Rachel Weisz) and her legal team to prove the essential truth that the Holocaust occurred. This is a movie about what ensued when Lipstadt and her publisher, Penguin Books, refused to settle out of court. Settlement was a course of action that would have revolted the feisty Lipstadt but which many counselled because it would have deprived Irving (Timothy Spall) of a platform from which to expound his noxious theories. Celebrity solicitor Anthony Julius (Andrew Scott) was determined that Lipstadt would win in a trial that would still somehow manage to deny Irving the public hearing he so craved. Also stars Tom Wilkinson, Caren Pistorius, Jack Lowden and Harriet Walter. UK 2017 Mick Jackson 109m Special Event

Napoleon

Sun 29 Jan 11:00 Sun 19 Feb 11:00 Film Only - £12.50 (Friends/Students £10) Film & Food - £22.50 (Friends/Students £20)

Powered along by Carl Davis’s invigorating orchestral score, this is a biopic that pairs the grandeur of its subject’s work and vision with its own cinematic innovations. Kevin Brownlow’s restoration is a true epic. Composer Carl Davis was present at our Jan 15 screening, and we welcome Kevin Brownlow, Director of the Restoration, to the January 29 screening. France 1927 Abel Gance / Kevin Brownlow 235m (plus intervals)

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Fri 17 Feb 15:00 Sat 18 Feb 12:30 Wed 22 Feb 16:30

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

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The story of a young woman and her rebel band stealing plans for the Death Star perfectly captures that original-trilogy magic. Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones from ‘The Theory of Everything’), a Rebellion soldier and criminal, has watched the Empire corrupt her scientist father (Mads Mikkelsen), by forcing him to help build the ultimate lethal weapon – the Death Star. Jyn’s mission impossible is to steal the plans for the massive planet-destroyer and foil the villainous weapons director Orson Krennic (Ben Mendelsohn channelling Christoph Waltz). Taking place just before the events of the first released ‘Star Wars’ movie in 1977, this prequel has the same primitive, lived-in, emotional, loopy spirit that made us fall in love with the original trilogy. USA 2016 Gareth Edwards 133m

Mon 20 Feb 12:15 Thu 23 Feb 12:45 Fri 24 Feb 13:00

Moana

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Walt Disney’s ‘Moana’ is a sweeping animated feature film about an adventurous teenager who sails out on a daring mission to save her people. During her journey, Moana (Auli’i Cravalho) meets the mighty demigod Maui (Dwayne Johnson), who guides her in her quest to become a master wayfinder. Together, they sail across the open ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous monsters and impossible odds, and along the way, Moana fulfils the ancient quest of her ancestors and discovers the one thing she’s always sought: her own identity. ‘Moana’ is a gorgeous offering by Disney that uses the magnificence of our planet to tell a simple but effective girl meets demigod sea-set story. USA 2016 Ron Clements & John Musker 103m

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Britain on Film: Rural life

Sun 19 Feb 14:30 Wed 22 Feb 14:45 Booking Ref

The second programme from ‘Britain on Film’ (after ‘Railways’ in our Winter Season) is an evocative exploration of the UK countryside, taking in the diverse and beautiful landscapes of all our home nations. ‘Rural Life’ takes audiences down the country lanes of the past, meandering through the dwindling customs of another era. These films evoke and encourage not only nostalgia, but also broader and more meaningful reflections on the nature of rural life and village communities in the UK today. UK 2017 BFI

La La Land

Fri Sat Sun Mon

24 Feb 25 Feb 26 Feb 27 Feb

18:00 13:15 15:00 18:15

Another chance to see this Oscar and BAFTA frontrunner about a couple who are struggling to make ends meet in a city known for crushing hopes and breaking hearts. As the film starts, Mia (Emma Stone) and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) find themselves in a traffic jam, where drivers start jumping out of their cars to joyously sing and dance. This wondrous (and technically accomplished) scene, which received a deserved round of applause at the Venice Premiere, tells us what kind of film to expect. USA 2016 Damien Chazelle 128m

Booking Ref

screening

diversity

Fri

24 Feb 18:30

(Studio – Tickets £6) Booking Ref

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The Children’s Hour Based on the 1934 play by Lillian Hellman, William Wyler directs a film ahead of its time in terms of social statement. Best friends Karen (Audrey Hepburn) and Martha (Shirley MacLaine) manage an exclusive girls’ school where student Mary (Karen Balkin) is punished for one of her many misdeeds, rushes to her wealthy Aunt (Fay Bainter), and, choosing a phrase she has read in a magazine, accuses the teachers of having an “unnatural relationship”. USA 1961 William Wyler 108m


Fri Sat Mon Tue Thu International Panorama: Germany

17 Feb 18 Feb 20 Feb 21 Feb 23 Feb

20:15 17:30 19:45 13:00 15:00

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Toni Erdmann Winner of prestigious prizes at both Cannes and Seville Film Festivals, this tender German comedy is a moving, often hilarious portrait of an unusual father-daughter relationship. Winfried (Peter Simonischek) decides to surprise his career minded daughter Ines (Sandra Hüller) with a visit after the death of his dog. Winfried loves to annoy her with corny pranks, and little jabs at her routine lifestyle of long meetings and performance reports. Father and daughter reach an impasse, and Winfried agrees to return home. Enter flashy “Toni Erdmann”: Winfried’s smooth-talking alter ego. Disguised in a tacky suit, weird wig and even weirder fake teeth, Toni barges into Ines’ professional life - he is bolder and doesn’t hold back, but Ines meets the challenge. This is a slow-burning thing of beauty, ultimately as moving as it is implausibly funny. (Subtitles) Germany 2016 Maren Ade 162m

Tue 21 Feb 16:00 Sat 25 Feb 16:00 Tickets £12.50 (Friend/Students £10) Exhibition on Screen

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I, Claude Monet From award-winning director Phil Grabsky comes this fresh new look at arguably the world’s favourite artist - through his own words. Using letters and other private writings ‘I, Claude Monet’ reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Despite this, and perhaps because of it, Monet’s life is a gripping tale about a man who, behind his sun-dazzled canvases, suffered from feelings of depression, loneliness, even suicide. Then, as his art developed and his love of gardening led to the glories of his garden at Giverney, his humour, insight and love of life is revealed. Shot on location in Paris, London, Normandy and Venice. UK 2017 Phil Grabsky 90m approx

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Fri 24 Feb Sat 25 Feb Sun 26 Feb Mon 27 Feb

20:45 18:00 12:15 & 20:15 15:30

Loving

Tue 28 Feb 12:45 & 18:00 Wed 1 Mar 18:00 Thu 2 Mar 12:45 & 15:30 Booking Ref

‘Loving’ celebrates the real-life courage and commitment of an interracial couple, Richard (Joel Edgerton) and Mildred Loving (Ruth Negga), who married and then spent the next nine years fighting for the right to live as a family in their hometown. Richard was Caucasian and Mildred was African-American, and interracial marriage was illegal in Virginia in 1958. When they returned home after marrying in Washington DC, the judge offered a one-year suspended sentence if they’d leave the state, noting: “Almighty God placed races on separate continents and, but for the interference with His arrangement, there would be no cause for such marriages.” The film beautifully expresses the love they had for each other, the pain of the long court ordeal and the hardship of moving away from their families. UK/USA 2017 Jeff Nichols 123m

Mon 27 Feb 21:00 Wed 1 Mar 15:30 Restored and Reissued

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Donnie Darko A funny, moving and mind-bending journey of an extraordinary but disenchanted teenager through suburban America. The modern cult classic turns 15 and is gifted with a 4K restoration. Jake Gyllenhaal plays the troubled and misunderstood Donnie Darko, a teen living in suburban Virginia who is told the world will come to an end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds. Donnie’s world predictably unravels; director Richard Kelly embarks on a journey that finds its way into the very headspace of the viewer; and this indie psychodrama becomes an immortal cult classic. Every year it seems ‘Donnie Darko’ amasses a ton of new followers, and it has become a right-of-passage for any cinephile looking to make a dent in contemporary cult cinema. USA 2001 Richard Kelly 113m

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Thu 2 Mar

18:30

Tickets £12.50 (Friends Students £10) Special Event

Booking Ref

Dancer This documentary offers a uniquely personal portrait of a most singular man and dancer, and will be followed by a Live satellite Q&A with Sergei Polunin as well as an exclusive performance. Blessed with astonishing power and poise, Polunin took the dance world by storm and became the Royal Ballet’s youngest ever principal. At the peak of his success, aged 25, he walked away, driven to the brink of self-destruction by stardom - his talent more a burden than a gift. From archive footage of Polunin training at the age of 6 to be an Olympic gymnast, to intimate material shot by both his parents, and in-depth interviews with family, friends, colleagues through to footage of Sergei’s life on and off the stage now, we witness every step of his journey. (Some subtitles) UK/Russia 2017 Steven Cantor 85m + 30m Q&A and Performance

Fri 3 Mar Mon 6 Mar Wed 8 Mar

Christine

12:45 18:00 16:30

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The story of Christine Chubbuck, a 1970s TV reporter struggling with depression and professional frustrations as she tries to advance her career. Rebecca Hall’s (‘Vicky Cristina Barcelona’) performance in ‘Christine’ is nothing less than mighty. She completely immerses herself in the role of Christine Chubbuck in this stark retelling of the story that led to the television news reporter’s suicide live on air, aged 29, in 1974. From the outset we see Chubbuck as an extreme perfectionist with a relentless drive to succeed in the male-dominated business. It is also apparent that she lacks the requisite on-camera appeal that her job calls for: interviewing subjects, she comes across as sedate and cold. As her producer implores her to do ‘juicier’ stories, the dark cloud hovering over Christine seems to loom larger. An empathetic and insightful film. UK/USA 2016 Antonio Campos 119m

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Gold

3 Mar 5 Mar 6 Mar 9 Mar

20:30 17:30 12:45 14:15

Booking Ref

Matthew McConaughey is unrecognizable as a modern-day gold prospector in Indonesia. The film centres on the 1993 scandal in which Canadian mining company Bre-X Minerals falsely reported the discovery of a huge gold deposit at its site in Busang, Indonesia. The company later declared bankruptcy following what has been described as one of the most elaborate frauds in the history of mining. McConaughey is no stranger to body transformation in the name of art, having shed pounds to play a rodeo cowboy with Aids in ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ (2013) and bulked up to play a muscle-bound stripper in ‘Magic Mike’ (2012) – portrays unlucky modern-day prospector Kenny Wells in the mining drama. It marks the first new film from ‘Syriana’ director Stephen Gaghan in a decade. Bryce Dallas Howard and Edgar Ramirez co-star. USA 2016 Stephen Gaghan 121m

Sun 5 Mar

14:00

Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) ROH Encore

Booking Ref

The Sleeping Beauty Following on from the live Bolshoi production in January, we present the Royal Ballet production of this perennial delight and a much-loved classic. The Royal Ballet‘s ‘The Sleeping Beauty’ combines the best of classical ballet, with all its charms and virtuosity, splendid music and talented dancers. First choreographed to Tchaikovsky’s great musical score by Marius Petipa in Russia in 1890, ‘The Sleeping Beauty’ has wonderful ensembles, solos including the ‘Rose Adage’ as Princess Aurora meets her suitors, and of course the concluding celebratory dances for the happy union of prince and princess. The rich evocations of the baroque opulence of a royal court, the panoramic journey of the prince to the overgrown castle and the colourful characters in this famous fairy-tale make this ‘Sleeping Beauty’ a spectacle like no other. Starring Marianela Nunez and Vadim Muntagirov. Conductor - Koen Kessels. 195m approx including 2 intervals.

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Tue 7 Mar

21:00

Tickets £12.50 (Friends/Students £10) Special Event

Booking Ref

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars The July 3rd, 1973 historic concert was to be David Bowie’s last concert with the Ziggy persona and the Spiders from Mars. D.A. Pennebaker captures Bowie at perhaps his purest, punkiest rock ‘n’ roll peak. This digitally and audio remastered concert film will be paired with a brand new 30 minute Bowie documentary including an exclusive interview with Woody Woodmansey and Q/MOJO editor Phil Alexander, giving insight into the 1973 Hammersmith event. Every ticket includes a souvenir “Bowie” edition of MOJO magazine. With a Bowie/Spiders from Mars cover it will contain special features and replica artwork from the original 1973 programme. This souvenir issue will not be available in the shops and is set to be one of the rarest covers that MOJO have ever produced. UK 1973 D.A. Pennebaker 120m

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18:00 15:45 12:00 20:45

Moonlight

Tue 7 Mar Wed 8 Mar Thu 9 Mar

18:30 12:00 16:45

Booking Ref

The 2017 Golden Globe Winner for Best Film (Drama). The tender, heart-breaking story of a young man’s struggle to find himself, told across three defining chapters in his life as he experiences the ecstasy, pain, and beauty of falling in love, while grappling with his own sexuality. ‘Moonlight’ is essentially three short stories woven into a larger tapestry. Each features the same protagonist but at different times of his life: child, teenager, man. This film is indeed about the struggles and difficulties of a person embracing his culturally reviled sexuality, but the story is universal in scope and intent. It is about poverty, intolerance, the battle to overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles, and love. This serious Oscar contender is exactly the kind of smart film that the Awards should be recognizing more often. USA 2016 Barry Jenkins 111m

The L-Shaped Room

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18:30

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Masterpiece of British kitchen sink dramas with Tom Bell and Leslie Caron at their acting peaks. French woman Jane (Caron) goes to London and decides to keep her out-of wedlock baby, instead of having an abortion illegal at the time. She rents a room (L-Shaped) in a Notting Hill house populated by other lonely souls, such as Toby (Bell), a writer who falls in love with her, and many of the character types that have since become clichés: the understanding young black, the lesbian actress, and the prostitutes without golden hearts. UK 1962 Bryan Forbes 126m


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15:15 18:00 15:45& 18:15 13:15 12:00 20:15 20:45 15:30

20th Century Women

Tue 7 Mar Wed 8 Mar Thu 9 Mar

13:00 18:30 14:15 12:00 12:00 16:45

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A coming of age comedy-drama about three women, who explore love and freedom in late 1970s Southern California. It’s 1979, and everything is in flux. Ayatollah Khomeini assumes power in Iran; Margaret Thatcher becomes British Prime Minister; and Dorothea Fields (a never-better Annette Bening) invites a squad of firemen to a party… as her son Jamie points out, only she would do such a thing. Her one concern is if he will become a good man. She has tried to give him a father figure (Billy Crudup) without success, so asks two women (Elle Fanning & Greta Gerwig) to help guide the boy to adulthood. You may find yourself itching to dance along with the people onscreen as they cut loose to songs from the distant past or from their rapidly spinning present. USA 2016 Mike Mills 118m

Thu 9 Mar Sat 11 Mar

19:00 (Live) 14:30 (Encore)

Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) NT Live

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Hedda Gabler Live from the Lyttelton Theatre By Henrik Ibsen, in a new N.T. version by Patrick Marber Ruth Wilson plays the title role in Ivo van Hove’s production. “I’ve no talent for life.”Just married. Bored already. Hedda longs to be free... Hedda and Tesman have just returned from their honeymoon and the relationship is already in trouble. Trapped but determined, Hedda tries to control those around her, only to see her own world unravel. Tony Award-winning director Ivo van Hove (A View from the Bridge at the Young Vic Theatre) returns to National Theatre Live screens with a modern production of Ibsen’s masterpiece. Ruth Wilson (Luther, The Affair, Jane Eyre) plays the title role in a new version by Patrick Marber (Notes on a Scandal, Closer). 180m approx including interval

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Fri 10 Mar Sat 11 Mar Sun 12 Mar Mon 13 Mar

15:15 18:00 15:30 18:00

The Founder

Tue 14 Mar 16:30 Wed 15 Mar 15:30 Thu 16 Mar 21:00 Booking Ref

A definite Oscar contender, this fascinating film digs into the beginnings of one of the largest companies in the world today. The McDonald brothers, Dick (Nick Offerman) and Maurice, aka Mac (John Carroll Lynch), have established a hugely popular hamburger restaurant in 1950s southern California based on the principle of speed and quality. Their streamlined production of burgers and fries means that no customer has to wait for their food, and they show milkshake machine salesman Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) around their kitchens with pride. Kroc was impressed by the brothers’ system and manouvered himself into a position to be able to pull the company from the brothers and create a billion-dollar empire. Keaton is superb in this role, convincingly repulsive as the conscience-free go-getter who thinks nothing of betraying his professional and personal relationships to get to the top. The film’s title is ironic; Kroc later claimed to be the founder of the company that today still bears the names of its real founders. USA 2017 John Lee Hancock 115m

Fri 10 Mar 20:45 Mon 13 Mar 15:30 Wed 15 Mar 21:00

T2 Trainspotting

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The wonderful original cast returns as Danny Boyle brings us the eagerly awaited sequel to Irvine Welsh’s 1996 classic ‘Trainspotting’. First there was an opportunity......then there was a betrayal. Twenty years have gone by. Much has changed but just as much remains the same. Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) returns to the only place he can ever call home. They are waiting for him: Spud (Ewen Bremmer), Sick Boy (Johnny Lee Miller), and Begbie (Robert Carlyle). Other old friends are waiting too: sorrow, loss, joy, vengeance, hatred, friendship, love, longing, fear, regret, diamorphine, self-destruction and mortal danger, they are all lined up to welcome him, ready to join the dance. UK 2017 Danny Boyle

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Martin Scorsese

masterpieces

Sat 4 Mar Tue 7 Mar

20:45 15:45

Taxi Driver A mentally unstable Vietnam War veteran works as a nighttime taxi driver in NY where decadence and sleaze feed his dark urges. Insomniac ex-Marine Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro) works the nightshift. Chronically alone, he cannot connect with anyone, and becomes infatuated with a presidential campaign worker (Cybill Shepherd) who agrees to a date and then spurns Travis when he cluelessly takes her to a tasteless film. Jodie Foster and Harvey Keitel also co-star – but it is De Niro who is hypnotically watchable. Unmissable on the big screen. USA 1976 Martin Scorsese 113m

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Martin Scorsese

masterpieces

Sat 11 Mar Thu 16 Mar

20:30 15:45

Raging Bull Robert De Niro plays Jake LaMotta, a former middleweight boxing champion, whose reputation for tenacity and success in the ring was offset by his troubled domestic life. This is the high-point of the Scorsese/De Niro partnership. De Niro plays the fanatically aggressive middleweight boxer who alienates everyone around him. Joe Pesci and Cathy Moriarty are superb as his brother and wife. The film’s editor, Thelma Schoonmaker, established the movie as a classic example of her art, and the monochrome cinematography is superb. Unmissable! USA 1980 Martin Scorsese 129m

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Martin Scorsese

masterpieces

Sat 18 Mar 20:15 Mon 20 Mar 15:15 Booking Ref

Goodfellas Definitive Scorsese at his peak, and the film towards which all his subsequent films have been reaching. From the opening credits to Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Ray Liotta in a hard-hitting intro, hard-cutting to red-lit freeze frame, to the sound-bite (“As far back as I can remember I always wanted to be a gangster”), followed by Tony Bennett’s ‘Rags to Riches’, this movie announces its bold, swaggering intent from the start and never relents. Joe Pesci dominates the film with a fierce, unforgettable performance, and many critics see this as the best movie of theScorsese’s career. USA 1990 Martin Scorsese 146m

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Sun 12 Mar 18:00 Thu 16 Mar 18:30

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk

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Two-time Academy Award winner Ang Lee brings his extraordinary vision to this story, based on the widely-acclaimed, bestselling novel. The film is told from the point of view of 19-year-old private Billy Lynn (Joe Alwyn) who, along with his fellow soldiers in Bravo Squad, becomes a hero after a harrowing Iraq battle and is brought home temporarily for a victory tour. Through flashbacks, culminating at the spectacular halftime show of the Thanksgiving Day football game, the film reveals what really happened to the squad - contrasting the realities of the war with America’s perceptions. The film also stars Kristen Stewart, Chris Tucker, Garrett Hedlund, Vin Diesel, and Steve Martin. Lee used new technology, shooting at an ultra-high frame rate for the first time in film history, to create an immersive digital experience helping him dramatize war in a way never seen before. USA 2017 Ang Lee 113m

Sun 12 Mar 20:45 Tue 14 Mar 12:00 International Panorama: France

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It’s Only the End of the World Juste la fin du monde After 12 years of absence, a writer goes back to his home town, planning on announcing his upcoming death to his family. Xavier Dolan’s Canadian contender for the Palme d’Or features an A-list cast of French actors tearing into each other over longsimmering family conflicts. This adaptation of a stage play by France’s Jean-Luc Lagarce is about a writer named Louis (Gaspard Ulliel), who, having learned he’s suffering from a terminal illness, decides to return to the hometown he quit 12 years earlier. He wants to break the bad news in person to his neglected family: mother Martine (Nathalie Baye), sister Suzanne (Léa Seydoux), brother Antoine (Vincent Cassel) and Antoine’s wife Catherine (Marion Cotillard). The question is, are they willing to listen? (Subtitles) France 2016 Xavier Dolan 97m

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10 Mar 11 Mar 12 Mar 13 Mar

12:15 & 17:45 12:00 12:30 12:30 & 20:30

Fences

Tue 14 Mar 14:00 Wed 15 Mar 12:30 & 18:00 Thu 16 Mar 12:45 Booking Ref

Directed by Denzel Washington from a screenplay by August Wilson, adapted from Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Awardwinning play. Troy Maxson (Washington) is a garbage man by day and a Greek tragedy by night. Boisterous and hyper-talkative, his job renders him largely invisible to white society, but he’s impossible to miss at home, where his oversized personality fills every inch of the house he shares with Rose (Viola Davis), his stoic wife of 18 years. ‘Fences’ is a deeply affecting treatise on marriage, poverty and the struggles of sons to confront the long shadow of the man who brought them into this world. You can see why Denzel Washington picked this project: this is essentially a transfer of the 2010 Broadway revival which won him and co-star Viola Davis Tony awards, and which she is almost guaranteed to convert into Oscar gold come February. With extraordinary performances, this is as faithful an adaptation as you can imagine. USA 2017 Denzel Washington 138m National Theatre Encore

No Man’s Land

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24 Mar 20:30 (Encore)

Tickets £17.50 (Friends/ Students £15)

Following their hit run on Broadway, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart return to the West End stage (Wyndham’s Theatre) in Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land. One summer’s evening, two ageing writers meet in a Hampstead pub and continue their drinking into the night. As the pair become increasingly inebriated, and their stories increasingly unbelievable, the lively conversation soon turns into a revealing power game. Last chance to see this glorious revival of Pinter’s comic classic. 150m approx including interval

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Thu 14 Mar 19:00 (Live) Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) Booking Ref

Puccini’s

Manon Lescaut Live from Teatro Regio, Turin María José Siri and Gregory Kunde star as the ill-fated lovers in Puccini’s passionate adaptation of the classic novel about a freespirited country girl who becomes the toast of Paris and finds herself torn between true love and a life of luxury. The opera had its debut on the very same stage of the Teatro Regio Turino in 1893 and was Puccini’s first major triumph – a hit with critics and audiences alike, that revealed Puccini as an operatic composer on a par with Verdi. Puccini reveals his fascination with the destiny of a woman whose sensuality and boundless energy is shown by her passionate search for life’s pleasures. His sumptuous and rich score is characterised by youthful vitality and filled with glorious melodies to further enrich the story. Conductor: Gianandrea Noseda. Sung in Italian with English subtitles. USA 2017 Theodore Melfi 180m TBC

Fri 17 Mar Sat 18 Mar Sun 19 Mar Mon 20 Mar

15:30 & 20:45 12:30 12:15 18:15

Hidden Figures

Tue 21 Mar Wed 22 Mar Thu 23 Mar Fri 24 Mar

20:30 14:15 12:45 13:15

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A team of African-American women provide NASA with important mathematical data needed to launch the program’s first successful space missions. This is the incredible untold story of Katherine G. Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe) -brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. Known as “human computers”, we follow these women as they quickly rose through the ranks of NASA alongside many of history’s greatest minds specifically tasked with calculating the momentous launch of the pioneering astronaut, and guaranteeing his safe return. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big. Also stars Kevin Costner and Kirsten Dunst. USA 2017 Theodore Melfi 127m

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Fri 17 Mar Sat 18 Mar Sun 19 Mar Mon 20 Mar

13:00 & 18:15 15:15 & 17:45 18:00 & 20:30 12:45 & 21:00

Tue 21 Mar Wed 22 Mar Thu 23 Mar Fri 24 Mar

18:15 12:15 & 16:45 15:30 & 18:00 18:15

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Viceroy’s House The true story of Lord Mountbatten, when in 1947 he assumed the post of last Viceroy, charged with handing India back to its people. This drama charts the life inside Viceroy’s House, the sumptuous Delhi home of the British rulers of India, and the momentous political decisions that led to the Partition of India. For six months, iconic British statesmen Lord Mountbatten (Hugh Bonneville) assumed the post of last Viceroy, and had the responsibility of working out the details of Indian independence and simultaneous British withdrawal. Mountbatten lived upstairs together with his wife (Gillian Anderson) and daughter, downstairs lived their 500 Hindu, Muslim and Sikh servants. As the political elite took their seats upstairs to wrangle over the birth of independent India, conflict erupted throughout the House as a new India is broken apart into three countries (India, Pakistan and Bangladesh). Co-stars Michael Gambon, Simon Callow and Manish Dayal and directed by ‘Bend it Like Beckham’ director Gurinder Chadha. UK/India 2017 Gurinder Chadha 106m International Panorama: Italy

Sweet Dreams

Tue 21 Mar 13:00 Thu 23 Mar 20:30 Booking Ref

Fai Bei Sogni Turin 1969. A young boy loses his mother in mysterious circumstances, and refuses to accept a priest’s explanation that she is now in heaven. As young Massimo grows into a man, Italy changes radically before his eyes. The mass emotions of the rowdy football crowds and the innocent pleasure of watching Raffaella Carra’s daring dances on TV describe an entire universe outside the rambling apartment. By 1990, Massimo has become an accomplished journalist, but his mysterious past still haunts him. (Subtitles) Italy 2016 Marco Bellocchio 134m

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Sun 19 Mar 15:00 (Live) Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) Live Bolshoi Ballet

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A Contemporary Evening An exciting and bold trilogy of the masters of contemporary choreography from the Bolshoi. For one evening, the Bolshoi takes on a bold new challenge in Hans Van Manen’s Frank Bridge’s Variations, Sol León and Paul Lightfoot’s Short Time Together and Alexei Ratmansky’s Russian Seasons. This encounter between some of the best dancers in the world and the masters of contemporary choreography results in an outstanding synthesis, raising Van Manen’s formal beauty, León and Lightfoot’s intensity, and Ratmansky’s witty brilliance to a new level. Music: Benjamin Britten, Max Richter, Ludwig van Beethoven, Leonid Desyatnikov. 160m including interval.

Tue 21 Mar 16:00 Fri 24 Mar 16:00 Tickets £12.50 (Friend/Students £10) Exhibition on Screen

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The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism Following the smash hit ‘Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse’ comes a new film based on the hugely popular exhibition ‘The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement’ from the Florence Griswold Museum in Connecticut, widely considered a home of American impressionism. American impressionism took its lead from French artists like Renoir and Monet but followed its own path that over a thirty-year period reveals as much about America as a nation as it does about a muchloved artistic movement. The story of American impressionism is closely tied to a love of gardens and a desire to preserve nature in a rapidly urbanizing nation. Travelling to studios, gardens and treasured locations throughout the Eastern United States, UK and France, this mesmerising film is a feast for the eyes. 2017 Phil Grabsky 90m UK

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Film Courses and Talks at New Park

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In 1961 a British film challenged the prevailing view on homosexuality and helped to change the law, as recommended four years earlier in the report of the committee chaired by Lord Wolfenden. That film was ‘Victim’, starring Dirk Bogarde and Sylvia Syms. To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act - and the 60th of the report itself - a screening of ‘Victim’ (pg20) on Sat Feb 11 will be introduced by John Coldstream, Dirk Bogarde’s official biographer. A Q&A with Peter McEnery, who played Boy Barrett in the film, will follow. And that’s not all! In subsequent weeks we will screen three other films: ‘Sapphire’ (pg20), ‘The Children’s Hour’ (pg26) and ‘The L-Shaped Room’ (pg32); host a day-course (below) with lead speaker Brian Robinson (BFI) looking at the links between film, censorship and public opinion in the early ‘60s; plus two more courses on Women in Cinema (pg42).

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Sat 4 Mar 10:00 - 15:00 (Studio – Tickets £10 - Friends/Students £9) Booking Ref

Cinema, Censorship and Public Opinion in the 1960s Brian Robinson (BFI) will lead us through a day-course looking at the links between film, censorship and public opinion in the early ‘60s. The course will look at the twilight world of the homosexual, from Oscar Wilde to Wolfenden – giving voice to the once unmentionable. The session makes use of an array of clips from films that examined the controversial topic and shows the difficulties encountered during the production of ‘Victim’ via letters between the censor and its writes & producers. Reaction to the film is also given through accounts taken from gay men who saw ‘Victim’ on its release and tell how it and other such films affected their lives.

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Sat 18 Mar 10:00 - 15:00 (Studio – Tickets £10 - Friends/Students £9) Booking Ref

Women in Hollywood From Kitchen to Boardroom: How Women’s changing place in society was reflected in films of the day. The position of women in American society experienced dramatic changes in the Depression decade of the 1930s, and then again during and immediately after the Second World War. After a period of relative calm, the feminist movement of the 1970s led to seismic changes in the way in which women participate in American economic, political and social life. How did Hollywood cinema react to these developments? What sort of roles did it propose for the American woman during these times of profound social change? Nick Smedley, an expert in the history of Hollywood cinema, who has written about the portrayal of women in American cinema from 1930 to the present day, navigates us through the complex reactions in Hollywood during these challenging times. Nick will bring out many surprising developments in this period, illustrated copiously with clips from the Golden Age to the modern day. This is an interactive day course, with short talks, discussion groups, Q&A and maybe even a quick film quiz. Don’t miss it!’

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Fri 24 Mar 13:30 Fri 31 Mar 13:30 Fri 7 Apr 13:30 (Studio – Tickets £14 for three sessions – or £6 each)

Women in British Cinema

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From Kitchen to Boardroom: The representation of women in British film from the 1940’s to the present day. Rosemary Coxon , Education Officer at CCANP, invites you to join her for three sessions to look at the roles actresses played in three significant periods of British film history - the 1940’s to 50’s,the 1960’s and the 20th Century. Has the perception of women in film and in society changed over these years and if not, why not? By looking at a host of film clips and the opinions of critics, actresses and directors we will try to find answers to these questions. Please join us at the cinema!

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Fri 17 Mar 18:30 & Fri 24 Mar 18:30 (Studio – Tickets £10 for both sessions – or £6 each) Booking Ref

Seriously Funny Woody Allen Course

A two session film course, over 2 weeks on the American living legend, Woody Allen. Woody Allen is a unique American filmmaker. Prolific (averaging one film release a year), controversial, celebrated and reviled, Allen is never far from the box office or the headlines. Love him or hate him, his features still attract world class actors, cinematographers and collaborators. This course takes us through Woody Allen’s entire filmmaking career and delves into the what have become known as the “early funny films” and the “later serious films”. We will explore his American classics (Annie Hall, Manhattan, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Blue Jasmine) and his recent Europe-set features (Midnight in Paris, Cassandra’s Dream, Match Point), whilst looking at how his work is received, financed and reviewed. Gareth Evans is Head of Media Studies at Bishop Luffa School. He has studied Woody Allen’s work at Master’s degree level and is a film and film education journalist.

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Ticket prices Awards 2016 Full price Senior citizens

£8.50 £8.00

(For first two matinees everyday)

Friends Full time Students/Unemployed Children under 15 Student Gold

£7.50 £5.50 £3.50 £1.00

Special Events as listed Valid cards must be shown to obtain concessions. Credit Vouchers can be issued if you cancel a minimum of 24 hours prior to the film.

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