SEASON 2017 19 May – 2 Jul
My Cousin Rachel
Australian Film Season
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Chichester Cinema We are oh so very excited about this coming Summer here at New Park. Without going into too much detail about the wealth of quality films that we have on offer (don’t miss ‘Frantz’, ‘The Levelling’, ‘My Cousin Rachel’, ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’, ‘McLaren’, ‘Churchill’), or the wide array of Performance cinema (‘Hokusai’, ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’, ‘Berlin Philharmonic Live’, ‘Michelangelo’…), or even the Australian Season in partnership with Pallant House Gallery, we will be renovating our dear auditorium with new seating, as well as a brand new heating and ventilation system. All this will be completed in time for the Opening Gala of the 26th Chichester International Film Festival on Thursday August 10th. From that day on, we will have an auditorium up to the very high standards that we have always set ourselves, with the films we programme for our dedicated patrons. See you at the Cinema
Summer 2017 contents After the Storm 33 Another Mother’s Son 28 Antony and Cleopatra 31 The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism 37
Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave 19
Picnic at Hanging Rock 13
I Am Not Your Negro 8
The Promise 26
I, Claude Monet 37
Rules Don’t Apply 31
It Was Fifty Years Ago Today... Sgt Pepper and Beyond 16
The Secret Scripture 18
The Journey 17
The Sense of an Ending 28
Julius Caesar 9
Sidney Nolan and Australian Cinema 12
The Blue Lamp 35
La Belle et la Bête 36
Studio Season 33
Cezanne et Moi 8
La Traviata 20
The Levelling 11
Their Finest 28
The Man Between 36
Mask and Memory: Sidney Nolan 15
Triple Ballet Bill 27
Berlin Philharmonic Live 20
A Day with Alfred Hitchcock 42 The Eagle Huntress 11 Figures in the Landscape (Australian Cinema Talk) 15 Focus on Film 41 Frantz 25 Get Out 10 The Hatton Garden Job 25
McLaren 10 Michelangelo: Love and Death 29 Mindhorn 29 Miss Sloane 30 My Cousin Rachel 38 Ned Kelly 12 Ossessione 34 Otello 39
Hidden Figures 7
The Hippopotamus 19
Peter Pan 26
Twelfth Night 17 Walkabout 13 Watching the Detectives 41 Whisky Galore! 27 Whisky Galore! (1949) 35 Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 34 Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (NT Live) 8 The Zookeeper’s Wife 7
The Hippopotamus + Live Satellite Q&A with Stephen Fry
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Film Listings Fri 19 May
Fri 26 May
Fri 2 Jun
12:30 The Zookeeper’s Wife (12A) 124m 15:15 Cezanne et Moi (15) 120m 18:00 The Zookeeper’s Wife 20:45 Get Out (15) 104m
12:15 The Eagle Huntress (PG) 87m 13:30 Watching the Detectives (Studio Course) 14:30 The Journey (15) 94m 16:45 The Eagle Huntress 18:45 The Levelling (15) 83m 20:45 The Secret Scripture (12A) 108m
13:15 The Hippopotamus (15) 89m 13:30 Watching the Detectives (Studio Course) 15:30 Frantz (12A) 113m 18:00 Mask and Memory 54m + Intro by Director of Pallant House Gallery 20:00 The Promise (12A) 132m
Sat 27 May
10:00 A Day With Alfred Hitchcock (Studio Day Course) 300m 13:00 The Hatton Garden Job (15) 93m 15:15 The Hippopotamus + Recorded Q&A with Stephen Fry 17:45 Frantz 18:00 Figures in the Landscape (Australian Cinema Talk – Studio) 20:15 The Promise
12:00 McLaren 14:00 Twelfth Night ROH Encore 210m inc interval 18:00 The Secret Scripture 20:30 The Journey
Sun 28 May The Zookeeper’s Wife
Sat 20 May 12:00 The Zookeeper’s Wife 14:30 Julius Caesar RSC Encore 180m inc interval 18:15 I Am Not your Negro (12A) 93m 20:45 Get Out
Sun 21 May 12:30 The Zookeeper’s Wife 15:15 Cezanne et Moi 18:00 Ned Kelly (15) 100m (Rare 35mm Print) 20:00 The Zookeeper’s Wife
Mon 22 May 12:00 The Zookeeper’s Wife 14:30 Cezanne et Moi 16:45 Hidden Figures (PG) 127m
Tue 23 May 12:30 The Zookeeper’s Wife 15:15 Hidden Figures 18:00 Walkabout (15) 98m 20:15 The Zookeeper’s Wife
Wed 24 May 12:00 Hidden Figures 14:30 Cezanne et Moi 16:45 The Zookeeper’s Wife
12:15 The Secret Scripture 14:45 The Journey 17:00 Picnic at Hanging Rock (PG) 102m 19:30 The Hippopotamus (15) 89m + Live Satellite Q&A
Mon 29 May 12:15 The Secret Scripture 14:45 The Levelling 16:45 The Journey
Tue 30 May 13:00 The Secret Scripture 15:45 The Journey 18:00 Tracks (12A) 110m 20:30 The Levelling
Wed 31 May 13:15 The Eagle Huntress 15:30 The Secret Scripture 18:15 The Dancer (PG) 85m 20:30 The Journey
Thu 1 Jun 12:00 The Journey 14:00 Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? NT Encore 210m inc interval 18:00 It Was Fifty Years Ago Today... Sgt Pepper and Beyond 113m 20:45 The Secret Scripture
Thu 25 May 13:15 I Am Not your Negro 15:30 Get Out 18:00 McLaren (12A) 93m 20:15 The Zookeeper’s Wife
Sat 3 Jun
Sun 4 Jun 13:15 Another Mother’s Son (12A) 98m 15:30 Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave British Museum 90m 17:45 The Hippopotamus 20:00 Frantz
Mon 5 Jun 12:15 Frantz 14:45 Another Mother’s Son 17:00 The Hippopotamus
Tue 6 Jun 13:30 The Hippopotamus 15:45 Frantz 18:15 Another Mother’s Son 20:45 The Hatton Garden Job
Wed 7 Jun
Fri 16 Jun
Sun 25 Jun
13:00 The Promise 15:45 Another Mother’s Son 18:00 Frantz 20:45 The Hippopotamus
13:15 The Sense of an Ending 16:00 Michelangelo: Love and Death 18:15 Rules Don’t Apply 21:00 Whisky Galore!
15:30 My Cousin Rachel (12A) 106m 18:00 Churchill (PG) 98m 20:30 My Cousin Rachel
Thu 8 Jun 13:00 Frantz 15:30 The Hippopotamus 17:30 The Hatton Garden Job 20:00 La Traviata Glyndebourne 160m inc interval
Fri 9 Jun 13:15 Whisky Galore! (PG) 98m 13:30 Watching the Detectives (Studio Course) 15:30 Miss Sloane (15) 132m 18:30 Live Berlin Philharmonic 140m inc interval 21:00 Mindhorn (15) 89m
Sat 10 Jun 12:15 Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave 90m 14:30 Peter Pan NT Live 170m inc interval 18:00 Mindhorn 20:30 Suntan (18) 104m
Sun 11 Jun 12:00 Mindhorn 14:00 Triple Ballet Bill ROH 180m (approx) inc 2 intervals 17:45 Rules Don’t Apply (12A) 127m 20:30 The Sense of an Ending (PG) 108m
Mon 12 Jun 12:15 Their Finest (15) 117m 14:30 Miss Sloane 17:00 Whisky Galore!
Tue 13 Jun 13:30 Suntan 16:00 Michelangelo: Love and Death 90m 18:15 The Sense of an Ending 20:45 Whisky Galore!
Wed 14 Jun 12:30 Rules Don’t Apply 15:15 Whisky Galore! 17:30 Their Finest 20:15 Miss Sloane
Thu 15 Jun 12:15 The Sense of an Ending 14:45 Mindhorn 17:00 Whisky Galore! 19:30 Antony and Cleopatra RSC Encore 180m inc interval
Mon 26 Jun 13:15 My Cousin Rachel 15:45 Churchill 18:15 My Cousin Rachel 20:45 Churchill
Tue 27 Jun Sat 17 Jun 13:00 Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (15) 130m (S) 15:30 The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism (U) 90m (S) 17:15 The Man Between (PG) 100m (S) 19:15 Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (S)
Sun 18 Jun 13:00 Whisky Galore! (1949) (U) 82m (S) 14:45 After the Storm (15) 117m (S) 17:15 The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism (S) 19:15 Whisky Galore! (1949) (S)
Mon 19 Jun 13:00 Ossessione (PG) 140m (S) 16:00 The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism (P) 18:00 La Belle et la Bête (PG) 96m (P)
Tue 20 Jun 13:00 The Man Between (S) 15:00 The Blue Lamp (U) 82m (S) 16:45 Clash (15) 97m (S)
Wed 21 Jun 13:00 The Blue Lamp (P) 15:00 La Belle et la Bête (S) 17:00 I, Claude Monet (U) 90m (S)
Thu 22 Jun
13:15 Churchill 15:45 My Cousin Rachel 18:15 Churchill 20:45 My Cousin Rachel
Wed 28 Jun 12:15 My Cousin Rachel 14:30 Churchill 16:45 My Cousin Rachel 19:15 Otello Live ROH 180m inc interval
Thu 29 Jun 13:15 Churchill 15:45 My Cousin Rachel 18:15 Churchill 20:45 My Cousin Rachel
Fri 30 Jun 13:15 My Cousin Rachel 15:45 Churchill 18:15 My Cousin Rachel 20:45 Churchill
Sat 1 Jul 13:15 Churchill 15:45 My Cousin Rachel 18:15 Churchill 20:45 My Cousin Rachel
Sun 2 Jul 12:00 Churchill 14:00 Otello (ROH Encore) 17:45 My Cousin Rachel 20:15 My Cousin Rachel
Mon 3 Jul – 9 Aug CLOSED FOR REFURBISHMENT
Mon 24 Jul 12:30 Box office re-opens
Fri 5 Aug
13:00 Clash (P) 15:00 After the Storm (P) 17:30 Ossessione (P)
19:45 C ars 3 (PG) Open Air Screening at Priory Park
Fri 23 Jun
Sat 6 Aug
13:00 I, Claude Monet (S) 15:00 La Belle et la Bête(S) 17:00 The Blue Lamp (S) 18:45 After the Storm (S)
19:45 D irty Dancing (15) Open Air Screening at Priory Park
Sat 24 Jun
Opening Gala: 26th Chichester International Film Festival
13:00 Ossessione (S) 15:45 I, Claude Monet (S) 17:45 The Man Between (S) 19:45 Clash (S)
Thu 10 Aug
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Look out for a full season of Live Theatre from London, Stratford and Bristol covering Shakespeare, Edward Albee, J. M. Barrie and even Luchino Visconti. We also receive a Live Satellite Q&A with Stephen Fry, following a special screening of ‘The Hippopotamus’; screen two enthralling Exhibition events covering Japanese and Italian artists; and present a Live transmission from Germany of the Berlin Philharmonic, conducted by the charismatic Gustavo Dudamel.
THEATRE WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (NT Live) – Thu 18 May 19:00 (Live) & Thu 1 Jun 14:00 (Encore)��������������������������� pg8 JULIUS CAESAR – (Royal Shakespeare Company) Sat 20 May 14:30 (Encore)������������� pg9 TWELFTH NIGHT – (NT Live) Sat 27 May 14:00 (Olivier Theatre Encore) �������������������������pg17 ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA – (RSC) Thu 15 Jun 19:30 (Encore) ������������������������������������������������������������ pg31 PETER PAN – (NT Live) Sat 10 Jun 14:30 (Recorded Live) ��������������������������������������� pg26 YERMA – (NT Live) Wed 28 Aug 19:00 (Live)����������������������������������������� Next Season
OPERA LA TRAVIATA – (Glyndebourne Recorded Live) Thu 8 Jun 20:00����������������������������� pg20 OTELLO – (Live ROH) Wed 28 Jun 19:15 (Live) & Sun 2 Jul 14:00 (Encore) ��� pg39
BALLET TRIPLE BALLET BILL – (ROH) Sun 11 Jun 14:00 (Encore)����������������������������������������������������������� pg27
Special Event THE HIPPOPOTAMUS – with Live Q&A with Stephen Fry Sun 28 May 19:30�������������������������� pg19
Exhibition HOKUSAI: Beyond the wave - Sun 4 Jun 15:30 & Sat 10 Jun 12:15������������������������������������������������������������ pg19 MICHAELANGELO: Love and death – Tue 13 & Fri 16 Jun 16:00 ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� pg29
Concert BERLIN PHILHARMONIC Live – (Gustavo Dudamel) Fri 9 Jun 18:30������������������������������������������������������� pg20
Pg20 La Traviata
Live: Transmitted Live by Satellite during the actual performance. Encore: Follow ups that have been recorded Live by Satellite. Delayed Live: Recorded live by satellite and transmitted within a week. Recorded: Live performances, but pre-recorded.
Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu International Panorama: Czech Republic
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
12:30 & 18:00 12:00 12:30 & 20:00 12:00 12:30 & 20:15 16:45 20:15
The Zookeeper’s Wife The real-life story of one working wife and mother who became a hero to hundreds during World War II. World War II was the source of dozens of instances of benevolence and bravery. But few top the actions taken by the Polish couple who risked retaliation from the Nazis for hiding 300 Jews at the Warsaw Zoo. In 1939 Poland, Antonina Żabińska (Jessica Chastain) and her husband, Dr Jan Żabiński (Johan Heldenbergh) have the Warsaw Zoo flourishing under their care. When Poland is invaded by the Germans, Jan and Antonina are forced to report to the Reich’s newly appointed chief zoologist, Lutz Heck (Daniel Brühl). To fight back on their own terms, the couple covertly begin working with the Resistance – and put into action plans to save lives out of what has become the Warsaw Ghetto. Director Caro (‘Whale Rider’) seems unbound by her audience’s expectations of a WWII film, delivering a singular, thrilling portrait, filled with surprises and moving performances. Czech Rep/UK 2017 Niki Caro 124m. Back by Popular Demand
Mon 22 May 16:45 Tue 23 May 15:15 Wed 24 May 12:00
A team of African-American women provide NASA with important mathematical data needed to launch the programme’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. USA 2016 Theodore Melfi 127m.
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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Thu 18 May 19:00 (Live) Thu 1 Jun 14:00 (Encore) Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) Booking Ref
Harold Pinter Theatre Imelda Staunton stars in this classic adaptation, broadcast LIVE to New Park from the Harold Pinter Theatre, London. In the early hours of the morning, Martha, much to her husband George’s displeasure, has invited the new college professor and his wife to their home for some after-party drinks. As the alcohol flows and dawn approaches, the young couple are drawn into George and Martha’s toxic games until the climax of devastating truth-telling. 210m inc Interval. International Panorama: France
Cezanne et Moi
Fri Sun Mon Wed
19 May 21 May 22 May 24 May
15:15 15:15 14:30 14:30
Cezanne and I This 19th-century period drama (screened to two sellout audiences in our French Film Festival in Nov 17) stars Guillaume Gallienne as Paul Cezanne and Guillaume Canet as Emile Zola. This film features beautiful Provence, and charts the friendship between Cezanne, who was born into a wealthy family but struggled to make a living as a painter, and Zola, who came from a family of more straitened circumstances but achieved fame and prosperity as a politically-engaged novelist. (Subtitles) France 2016 D. Thompson 120m.
I Am Not Your Negro
Sat 20 May 18:15 Thu 25 May 13:15 Booking Ref
Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, this is a journey into black history that connects the past of the Civil Rights movement to the present. In 1979, James Baldwin hoped to create a revolutionary, personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his close friends – Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. At the time of Baldwin’s death in 1987, he left behind only thirty completed pages. This brilliant documentary envisions the book James Baldwin never finished. US 2016 Raoul Peck 93m.
Sat 20 May 14:30 Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15)
RSC (Recorded Live) Caesar returns from war, all-conquering, but mutiny is rumbling through the corridors of power. The Rome season in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, opens with the politics of spin and betrayal turning to violence. Following his sell-out productions of Tom Morton-Smith’s ‘Oppenheimer’ (2014) and James Fenton’s adaptation of ‘Don Quixote’ (2016), Season Director Angus Jackson steers the thrilling action as the race to claim the empire spirals out of control. ‘Antony and Cleopatra’ follows. 180m approx including interval.
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Thu 25 May 18:00 Sat 27 May 12:00 Booking Ref
McLaren On the same weekend as the Monaco Grand Prix, we bring you the inspiring and moving story of motor racing legend Bruce McLaren. This film is screening in a very limited number of cinemas around the country. The name McLaren is synonymous with motor racing excellence and stands today as a symbol for automotive superiority. Yet what is less known is that the brand was the creation of one young man from New Zealand – a pioneer who followed his dream and who against all odds led a team to greatness and himself to become a motorsport champion and hero. Despite the tragic end to his life, Bruce’s legacy lives on and his vision, passion and drive to innovate continues to be at the heart of advanced motor engineering to this day. A truly inspirational story of a young boy from humble birth who dared to take on the elite world of motor racing and win. New Zealand 2016 Roger Donaldson 93m.
Fri 19 May 20:45 Sat 20 May 20:45 Thu 25 May 15:30
With a 9/10 average rating on the leading film critics’ website, this film is not to be missed. ‘Sight and Sound’ are already calling it a modern genre classic. Now that Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and his girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams), have reached the meet-the-parents milestone of dating, she invites him for a weekend getaway upstate with Missy (Catherine Keener) and Dean (Bradley Whitford). At first, Chris reads the family’s overly accommodating behaviour as nervous attempts to deal with their daughter’s interracial relationship, but as the weekend progresses, a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries lead him to a truth that he could have never imagined. Jordan Peele’s debut film is a brilliantly inventive horror that skewers the insecurities and injustices of modern America, and Brit actor Kaluuya brings a wry intelligence to his role as the straight man to the film’s many eccentric characters. USA 2017 Jordan Peele 104m.
Fri 26 May 18:45 Mon 29 May 14:45 Tue 30 May 20:30
Set in Somerset, this is a superbly crafted drama with a powerful sense of place, which may be the best debut film of the year. Trainee veterinarian Clover Catto returns to the farm where she grew up after hearing news that her brother Harry has died in what appears to be a suicide. Finding the family home in a state of horrendous disrepair following the 2014 floods that devastated the area, Clover is forced to confront her father Aubrey about the farm, the livestock and, crucially, the details surrounding Harry’s death. Clover’s discoveries send her on an emotional journey of reckoning with her family, her childhood and herself. Critics are drooling over this first offering from a director who has shown the skill and subtlety of a seasoned veteran. UK 2016 Hope Dickson Leach 83m.
Fri 26 May 12:15 & 16:45 Wed 31 May 13:15 Back by Popular Demand
The Eagle Huntress A stunning rites-of-passage story about a young woman who dares to dream of becoming the first ever female entrant to the ‘Golden Eagle’ competition in her Mongolian homeland. 13-year-old Aisholpan trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter, and rises to the pinnacle of a tradition that has been handed down from father to son for centuries. While there are many old Kazakh eagle hunters who vehemently reject the idea of any female taking part in their ancient tradition, Aisholpan’s father Nurgaiv believes that a girl can do anything a boy can. With some of the most amazing cinematography ever seen, this breath-taking documentary narrated by Daisy Ridley (‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’), shows when we encourage our daughters, amazing things happen. UK 2016 Otto Bell 87m. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
SIDNEY NOLAN AND AUSTRALIAN CINEMA
AUSTRALIAN FILM SEASON Chichester Cinema at New Park in partnership with Pallant House Gallery present a programme of four Australian classic feature films, plus a documentary and illustrated talk to accompany the exhibition ‘Transferences: Sidney Nolan in Britain’ on display at Pallant House Gallery until 4 June 2017.
Sun 21 May 18:00 Rare 35mm Print
The legendary outlaw Ned Kelly (Mick Jagger) was an inspiration for Sidney Nolan. Here screening in a rare 35mm print! Mick Jagger stars as Ned Kelly, a legendary outlaw of the Australian outback sought by authorities for stealing horses. At age 20, Ned has already served a three-year prison term. When his mother (Clarissa Kaye) is arrested and jailed on a bogus murder charge, Ned offers to surrender in exchange for his mother’s freedom. When the authorities refuse, the Kelly brothers go on a robbing rampage. Tony Richardson’s film has divided opinion in the 40+ years since its release, but it has received cult status. It is a film which contains both sublime, rain-soaked landscapes accompanied by the lilting songs of Kris Kristofferson. The film’s fun spirit, excellent soundtrack and superb cinematography and heartfelt (if rather biased) portrayal of the film’s hero, makes ‘Ned Kelly’ an entertaining and worthwhile watch, aided by Jagger’s strong, often scenestealing performance. UK/Australia 1970 Tony Richardson 100m.
Tue 23 May 18:00
Nicholas Roeg’s wonderfully uplifting portrait of Aboriginal culture and respect to the rugged and often barren Australian outback. Very few films achieve subliminal greatness with cross-cultural impact, but ‘Walkabout’ is one of those films – a visual tone poem that functions more as an allegory than a conventionally plotted adventure. Considered a cult favourite for years, Roeg’s 1971 film centres upon two British children who are rescued in the Australian outback by a young aborigine. Through exquisite cinematography and a story of subtle human complexity, the film continues to resonate on many thematic and artistic levels. Just as Roeg intended, it is a cautionary morality tale in which the limitations and restrictions of civilisation become painfully clear when the two children (played by Jenny Agutter and Roeg’s young son, Lucien John) cannot survive without the aborigine’s assistance. UK/Australia 1971 Nicholas Roeg 98m.
Sun 28 May 17:00
Picnic at Hanging Rock
Peter Weir’s Australian classic film is an ethereal, dreamlike adaptation of Joan Lindsay’s classic novel when a group of girls disappear while exploring the upper slopes of the rock. St Valentine’s Day, 1900. On a beautiful summer day, a party of Australian schoolgirls from an exclusive finishing school prepare for an excursion to Hanging Rock, a magnificent natural monument drenched in a mysterious atmosphere. But when a group of girls disappear while exploring the upper slopes, an eerie foreboding touches all involved in the excursion. Based on the classic novel by Joan Lindsay, this classic film helped revive the Australian film industry and established Director Peter Weir as a major international talent. Australia 1975 Peter Weir 102m. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
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A young woman goes on a 1,700 mile trek across the deserts of West Australia with her four camels and faithful dog. Based on the true story of Robyn Davidson who in 1977 undertook an extraordinary solo trek by foot across the harsh Australian outback, John Curran’s (‘The Painted Veil’) mesmerising film is a paean to both one woman’s courage and to the magnificent land she traverses. When Robyn (Mia Wasikowska) arrives in Alice Springs she has nothing but her pet dog and a wild ambition that the locals pay no heed to, but after months of camping out and working on a camel farm, they begin to take her seriously. Her last obstacle is money, and when she meets photographer Rick Smolan (Adam Driver) she reluctantly agrees to sacrifice some of her solitude so that her journey can be documented and sponsored by National Geographic. Australia/USA 2013 John Curran 110m.
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Fri 2 Jun 18:00 Tickets Only £6 each
Mask and Memory: Sidney Nolan
Introduced by Simon Martin, Director of Pallant House Gallery. A documentary about the artist many regard as the greatest Australian painter of the twentieth century – Sidney Nolan (1917-1992). Sidney Nolan is the subject of a current exhibition at Pallant House Gallery marking the artist’s centenary, complimented by this documentary. If all art has a biographical element, this was dramatically true in the case of Nolan. Through interviews with friends, contemporaries and observers, producer Catherine Hunter reconstructs the intimate relationships that shaped Nolan’s life: the women he loved, and who loved him. With the evocative voice of Judy Davis as narrator, and a haunting soundtrack by Amanda Brown, ‘Mask and Memory’ brings his extraordinary story to life. Australia 2009 Catherine Hunter 54m plus intro.
Sat 3 Jun Tickets £6 Australian Cinema Talk
Figures in the Landscape Myth and Legend in Australian Art and Cinema Australian film historian Stephen Morgan will lead us on a journey through some of the intersections of Australian art and cinema, and their depictions of unique lives and landscapes. Through film clips and reproductions of key artworks, we will encounter the myths and legends surrounding Rebels like Ned Kelly (Tony Richardson, 1970), Explorers like Robyn from Tracks (John Curran, 2013), and Strangers such as the Victorian schoolgirls in Picnic at Hanging Rock (Peter Weir, 1975). Strangers are also central to Walkabout (Nicolas Roeg, 1971), which will introduce the fourth and final section, Country, which surveys closer relationships with landscape via the figure of the Indigenous Australian. An educator, archivist, and historian, Stephen Morgan recently completed his PhD at King’s College London with a thesis entitled ‘Ealing Down Under: Nation, Empire and the Australian Films of Ealing Studios, 1945-1960’. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Thu 1 Jun
It Was Fifty Years Ago Today... Sgt Pepper and Beyond On the 1st June 1967, The Beatles released ‘Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’… and changed the course of music! It was, quite literally “50 years ago today, that Sgt Pepper taught the band to play”, and this new documentary celebrates that landmark event in popular music history. Focusing on the 12 months surrounding the recording of what is possibly the most iconic album ever made, director Alan G Parker makes use of rare archival footage to tell his story, along with a range of interviews with subjects including original drummer Pete Best, John Lennon’s sister Julia and Hunter Davies. Examining the band’s disillusionment with touring and the controversies that defined the 60s generation – from drugs to blasphemy – the film give us several first-hand accounts of what would become the world’s first concept album. UK 2017 Alan G Parker 113m.
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Fri 26 May 14:30 Sat 27 May 20:30 Sun 28 May 14:45 Mon 29 May 16:45 Tue 30 May 15:45 Wed 31 May 20:30 Thu 1 Jun 12:00
A fictional account of the extraordinary story of two implacable enemies in Northern Ireland – firebrand Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley and Sinn Fein politician Martin McGuinness. A key moment in British politics is dramatized in ‘The Journey’, which imagines a car ride as the event that led the rival leaders to the 2006 St. Andrews Agreement, which ended decades of violence in Northern Ireland. Timothy Spall plays the ferocious Paisley, while Colm Meaney is the more easy-going McGuinness, who were forced to confront one another (and their issues) during a minivan trip to Edinburgh to catch a flight back to Belfast. Their driver was a British agent (Freddie Highmore) charged with monitoring their conversation to Tony Blair (Toby Stephens) and an MI-5 expert (John Hurt). A film with heart, humour, charm and even a little healthy mischief. UK 2016 Nick Hamm 94m.
Sat 27 May 14:00 (Encore) Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15)
NT Live Encore Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity from the Olivier Theatre. A ship is wrecked on the rocks. Viola is washed ashore but her twin brother Sebastian is lost. Determined to survive on her own, she steps out to explore a new land. So begins a whirlwind of mistaken identity and unrequited love. The nearby households of Olivia and Orsino are overrun with passion. Even Olivia’s upright housekeeper Malvolia is swept up in the madness. Where music is the food of love, and nobody is quite what they seem, anything proves possible. Simon Godwin directs this joyous new production. An ensemble cast that includes Daniel Rigby (‘Flowers’, ‘Jericho’), Tamara Lawrence (‘Undercover’), Doon Mackichan (‘Smack the Pony’) and Daniel Ezra (‘The Missing’, ‘Undercover’). 210m approx including interval. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Fri 26 May 20:45 Sat 27 May 18:00 Sun 28 May 12:15 Mon 29 May 12:15 Tue 30 May 13:00 Wed 31 May 15:30 Thu 1 Jun 20:45 International Panorama: Ireland
The Secret Scripture A psychiatrist (Eric Bana) examines Roseanne McNulty (Vanessa Redgrave), an elderly Irishwoman living in a mental institution, and learns more about her past in the process. Rose has been a resident for more than 40 years for killing her baby, but she remains adamant that her son lives. Rooney Mara plays Roseanne as a young woman in flashbacks that detail her love triangle with a fighter pilot (Jack Reynor) and a priest (Theo James). The film is beautifully shot, the performances are very good and the story is very engaging. In its portrayal of female sexuality it is also shockingly pertinent. Directed by Jim Sheridan (‘My Left Foot’, ‘In the Name of the Father’), ‘The Secret Scripture’ is based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Sebastian Barry. Ireland 2016 Jim Sheridan 108m.
Wed 31 May 18:15 Back by Popular Demand
This documentary offers a uniquely personal portrait of a most singular man and dancer, Sergei Polunin. 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 and colleagues through to footage of Sergei’s life on and off the stage now, we witness every step of his journey. UK/Russia 2017 Steven Cantor 85m.
Sun 28 May 19:30 + Live Satellite Q&A with Stephen Fry (£12.50) PLUS Fri 2 Jun 13:15 Sat 3 Jun 15:15 (+ Satellite Q&A with Stephen Fry) (£12.50) Sun 4 Jun 17:45 Mon 5 Jun 17:00 Tue 6 Jun 13:30 Wed 7 Jun 20:45 Thu 8 Jun 15:30
Plus Satellite Q&A with Stephen Fry Live from the Hay Literary Festival An hilarious tale based on Stephen Fry’s seminal novel. Join Fry, cast and film-makers live by satellite from the Hay Literary Festival for a Q&A after the screening. When disgraced theatre-critic and poet Ted Wallace (Roger Allam) is fired from his job, he is asked to his friends Lord and Lady Logan’s (Matthew Modine & Fiona Shaw) country manor, Swafford Hall, to investigate a series of unexplained miracle healings. Ted tracks down the perpetrator of the phenomena, fifteen-year-old David Logan (Tommy Knight), whose parents believe he has healing hands. His natural cynicism makes him the ideal candidate to get to the bottom of what’s going on, as well as some good whisky bottles. Filmed at the beautiful West Wycombe House in Buckinghamshire. UK 2017 John Jencks 89m + Q&A.
Sun 4 Jun 15:30 Sat 10 Jun 12:15 Tickets £12.50 (Friends/Students £10) Exhibition
Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave This is a ground-breaking documentary and exclusive private viewing of the forthcoming British Museum exhibition ‘Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave’. Filmed in Japan and the UK, the film focuses on Hokusai’s work, life and times in the great, bustling metropolis of Edo, modern Tokyo. Using extraordinary close-ups and pioneering 8K video technology, Hokusai’s paintings and prints are examined by world experts who are at the forefront of digital art history. Hokusai spent his life studying and celebrating our common humanity as well as deeply exploring the natural and spiritual worlds, using the famous volcano Mount Fuji as a protective presence and potential source of immortality. Heknew much tragedy, was struck by lightning and lived for years in poverty, but never gave up his constant striving for perfection in his art. Hokusai is an artist who influenced Monet, Van Gogh and other Impressionists, is the father of manga and the only painter with his own emoji. 90m. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Thu 8 Jun
Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15)
Glyndebourne Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, ‘La Traviata’ is the perfect introduction to Glyndebourne. Alfredo (American tenor Michael Fabiano), a young man from the provinces, falls in love with Violetta (Russian soprano Venera Gimadieva), the stylish toast of Paris. But she’s not the marrying kind – at least not until now. However, their dreams are threatened by both a merciless society that condemns Violetta’s racy past and an equally merciless disease. There’s rarely a dry eye in the house when this poignant tale unfolds through Verdi’s robust, tuneful, full-hearted and full-throated score, laced through with melodies as familiar as the story. Sung in Italian with English subtitles. 160m including interval.
Tickets £15 (Friends/Students £12.50)
Berlin Philharmonic Live
Gustavo Dudamel Conducting The conclusion of the orchestra’s cinema season offers a both exciting and diverse programme under the baton of charismatic conductor Gustavo Dudamel. Antonín Dvořák’s Ninth Symphony, composed in New York, presents itself as colourful, yearning, with a somewhat exotic touch – an inspired fusion of American impressions and symphonic music. In an exciting juxtaposition, Gustavo Dudamel will also conduct John Adams’s City Noir. Here too there is a fascinating mixture of styles, this time between classical music and jazz of the 1940s and 1950s. This concert, broadcast live from the Digital Concert Hall in Berlin, also includes exclusive interviews and programme insights. 140m approx including interval and interviews.
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Fri 2 Jun Sat 3 Jun Sun 4 Jun Mon 5 Jun Tue 6 Jun Wed 7 Jun Thu 8 Jun International Panorama: France
15:30 17:45 20:00 12:15 15:45 18:00 13:00
François Ozon’s new film is set in the aftermath of WWI, where a young German who grieves the death of her fiancé in France, meets a mysterious Frenchman who visits the fiancé’s grave to lay flowers. Anna (Paula Beer) is a bereft young German woman whose fiancé, Frantz, was killed during trench warfare in WWI, and Adrien (Pierre Niney) is a French veteran of the war who shows up mysteriously in her town, placing flowers on Frantz’s grave. Adrien’s presence is met with resistance by the small community still reeling from Germany’s defeat, yet Anna gradually gets closer to the handsome and melancholy young man, as she learns of his deep friendship with Frantz, conjured up in evocative flashbacks. Ozon drew his inspiration from Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 drama ‘Broken Lullaby’, with stunning visual references to painter Caspar David Friedrich. Ozon creates a beautiful stillness in ‘Frantz’ that makes us feel we are there in the midst of these lives, witnessing the purity of their sadness. (Subtitles) France/Germany 2016 François Ozon 113m.
The Hatton Garden Job
Sat 3 Jun Tue 6 Jun Thu 8 Jun Booking Ref
13:00 20:45 17:30
Based on the dramatic true story, we follow the men behind the headlines, as they plan and execute one of the most audacious heists in British history. In April 2015, the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company, an underground safe deposit facility in London’s Hatton Garden area, was burgled by 4 elderly men. The total stolen may have a value of up to £200 million, the incident has been called the “largest burglary in English legal history.” Stars Matthew Goode and Joely Richardson. UK 2017 Ronnie Thompson 93m.
BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Fri 2 Jun Sat 3 Jun Wed 7 Jun
20:00 20:15 13:00
Set during the last days of the Ottoman Empire, The Promise follows a love triangle between Michael, a brilliant medical student, the beautiful and sophisticated Ana, and Chris - a renowned American journalist based in Paris. Empires fall, love survives. When Michael (Oscar Isaac), a brilliant medical student, meets Ana (Charlotte Le Bon), their shared Armenian heritage sparks an attraction that explodes into a romantic rivalry between Michael and Ana’s boyfriend Chris (Christian Bale), a famous American photojournalist dedicated to exposing political truth. As the Ottoman Empire crumbles into wartorn chaos, their conflicting passions must be deferred while they join forces to get their people to safety and survive themselves. ‘Hotel Rwanda’ director Terry George takes on a largely uncovered part of history in this extravagantly mounted epic. (Some subtitles) Spain/USA 2016 Terry George 132m.
Sat 10 Jun 14:30 Tickets £17.50 (Friends/ Students £15; Kids £10)
Old Vic Bristol All children, except one, grow up… Captured live at the National Theatre, a recorded performance of JM Barrie’s much-loved tale screens in cinemas this summer. When Peter Pan, leader of the Lost Boys, loses his shadow, headstrong Wendy helps him to reattach it. In return, she is invited to Neverland, where Tinker Bell the fairy, Tiger Lily and the vengeful Captain Hook await. A riot of magic, music and make-believe ensues. A delight for children and adults alike, Sally Cookson (NT Live: Jane Eyre) directs this wondrously inventive production, a co-production with Bristol Old Vic theatre. 5 Stars – ‘Spellbindingly imaginative. A dazzling production.’ – Radio Times. 170m inc interval.
Fri 9 Jun Mon 12 Jun Tue 13 Jun Wed 14 Jun Thu 15 Jun Fri 16 Jun
13:15 17:00 20:45 15:15 17:00 21:00
In 1941, a ship sailing for Jamaica and New Orleans with a cargo of 28,000 cases of malt whisky runs aground off the Outer Hebrides. The film has barely started when total disaster strikes. “Gentlemen, my quota is finished,” the doleful barman tells his regulars. “There is no more whisky. The island is dry.” The postmaster Macroon (Gregor Fisher) is at the centre of all business on the island, and his mischievous daughters, Catriona (Ellie Kendrick) and Peggy (Naomi Battrick) are his co-conspirators. Captain Waggett (Eddie Izzard), a Captain Mainwaring-like figure, is the villain of the piece intent on thwarting all the attempts to liberate the amber nectar. As a bonus, this fresh take on the 1949 Ealing classic ‘Whisky Galore!’ (which screens in the Studio from 18 June), has a new skilfully added subplot. UK 2016 Gillies MacKinnon 98m.
Sun 11 Jun
Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15) Royal Ballet Live
Triple Ballet Bill ‘The Dream’, ‘Symphonic Variations’ and ‘Marguerite and Armand’ This gorgeous mixed programme demonstrates the great creative vision of Frederick Ashton, Founder Choreographer of The Royal Ballet, with music by Felix Mendelssohn, César Franck and Franz Liszt. ‘The Dream’ is Ashton’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s riotous comedy in which a forest sprite plays havoc, armed with a love potion. ‘Symphonic Variations’ was Ashton’s first work after World War II, and one of the Company’s first to be performed on the huge main stage of the Royal Opera House, in 1946. With six dancers performing a series of quartets, duets, sextets and solos to Franck’s brooding ‘Variations Symphoniques’, this seminal masterpiece celebrates the pure beauty of movement. ‘Marguerite and Armand’ is Ashton’s beautiful and emotional retelling of a well-known story, familiar to us through Verdi’s opera ‘La Traviata’. Conductor – Emmanuel Plasson. Running time (approx 180m) with 2 intervals. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Back by Popular Demand
Another Mother’s Son
Sun 4 Jun Mon 5 Jun Tue 6 Jun Wed 7 Jun
13:15 14:45 18:15 15:45
Based on the true story about a Jersey-woman (Jenny Seagrove) who takes in a young escaped Russian war prisoner. After losing one of her sons in the conflict, Louisa Gould shelters a prisoner of war who has escaped from a Nazi prison camp. When it becomes clear that Churchill would not risk an assault to re-capture occupied Jersey, the community begins to fray under the pressures of hunger, occupation and divided loyalty. UK 2017 Christopher Menaul 98m. Back by Popular Demand
Mon 12 Jun 12:15 Wed 14 Jun 17:30
A British film crew attempts to boost morale during WWII by making a propaganda film after the Blitzkrieg. With London emptied of men now fighting at the Front, Catrin Cole (Gemma Arterton) lands herself a job writing copy for propaganda films that need “a woman’s touch”. Her natural flair quickly gets her noticed by dashing movie producer Tom Buckley (Sam Claflin). Bill Nighy’s brilliantly funny performance as vain, ageing thesp Ambrose Hilliard. UK 2016 Lone Scherfig 117m.
Back by Popular Demand
The Sense of an Ending
Sun Tue Thu Fri
11 Jun 13 Jun 15 Jun 16 Jun
20:30 18:15 12:15 13:15
Tony Webster (Jim Broadbent) leads a reclusive and quiet existence until long buried secrets from his past force him to face the flawed recollections of his younger self, and the truth about his first love (Charlotte Rampling). This adaptation of the widely praised Julian Barnes novel is very well served by Broadbent, who is smooth and self-effacing as the old-timer whose view of himself and the past acquires significant clarity. UK 2017 Ritesh Batra 108m.
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9 Jun 10 Jun 11 Jun 15 Jun
21:00 18:00 12:00 14:45
A has-been actor known for playing the title character in the 1980s detective series “Mindhorn” must work with the police when a serial killer says that he will only speak with Detective Mindhorn. Richard Thorncroft (Julian Barratt) is an unemployed, overweight actor known for playing Detective Mindhorn in the 80s (whose left eye was replaced with a hi-tech scanner set into an old-fashioned eyepatch – allowing him to see through criminal lies). His show cancelled, his bridges burnt (he managed to insult everyone whilst on the ‘Wogan’ show), and to add to his humiliation, a minor character from the show, played by Steve Coogan, became a huge success with a spinoff. But now, a crazed killer who has a delusional obsession with Mindhorn is on the loose, and is prepared to negotiate with Mindhorn alone – who he thinks is real. UK 2017 Sean Foley 89m.
Tue 13 Jun 16:00 Fri 16 Jun 16:00 Tickets £12.50 (Friend/Students £10)
Michelangelo: Love and Death
Exhibition on Screen This new film offers a full and fresh biography of Michelangelo, and goes to the heart of just who was this tempestuous, passionate giant of art history. To coincide with a glorious new exhibition on Michelangelo at the National Gallery of London who, with Leonardo, is considered one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance – and perhaps of all time. This film explores his relationship with his contemporaries and his immense artistic practice that included painting, sculpture and architecture. Among the works explored are the universally adored David in Florence, the Sistine Chapel in Rome and the Manchester Madonna (today at the National Gallery). 90m approx. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Fri 9 Jun 15:30 Mon 12 Jun 14:30 Wed 14 Jun 20:15
Elizabeth Sloane is the most sought after and formidable lobbyist in D.C. But when taking on the most powerful opponent of her career, she finds winning may come at too high a price. “Lobbying is about foresight,” Sloane (the ever-brilliant Jessica Chastain) tells the camera during the opening scene – and everything that follows, demonstrates the accuracy of her assertion. This is Chastain’s movie, as the title implies. She is never less than riveting – and who says she has to be likeable? With the help of deft editing and an exciting electronic score, director John Madden (‘Shakespeare in Love’) turns this story of backroom machinations into a very entertaining thriller. Includes great performances from Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mark Strong. France/USA 2016 John Madden 132m.
Sat 10 Jun 20:30 Tue 13 Jun 13:30 International Panorama: Greece
For middle-aged Kostis, life has passed him by. As the newly appointed doctor of a tiny island, Kostis spends a dreary winter alone. By the time summer arrives, though, the island has turned into a thriving, wild vacation spot. When Kostis meets the beautiful and flirty Anna, he falls hard for her and goes out of his way to conquer and impress her. Before long, he is getting drunk, partying hard, and even making out with Anna. What starts as a rediscovery with his lost-long youth, slowly turns into an obsession as Kostis is willing to do whatever it takes to keep his Anna. ‘Suntan’ celebrates the beauty and strength of youth, while simultaneously embracing its inevitable decay. N.B Contains a sequence of flashing lights. (Subtitles) Greece 2016 Argyris Papadimitropoulos 104m.
Sun 11 Jun 17:45 Wed 14 Jun 12:30 Fri 16 Jun 18:15
Rules Don’t Apply
An unconventional love story of an aspiring actress, her determined driver, and the eccentric billionaire who they work for. Small-town beauty queen and devout Baptist Marla Mabrey (Lily Collins), under contract to the infamous Howard Hughes (Warren Beatty), arrives in Los Angeles. At the airport, she meets her driver, Frank Forbes (Alden Ehrenreich), only two weeks on the job and also from a religiously conservative background. Their instant attraction not only puts their religious convictions to the test but also defies Hughes’ number one rule: no employee is allowed to have an intimate relationship with a contract actress. Hughes’ behaviour intersects with Marla and Frank in very separate and unexpected ways, and as they are drawn deeper into his bizarre world, their values are challenged and their lives are changed. Entertaining, engagingly acted, and something of an old-school treat. USA 2016 Warren Beatty 127m.
Thu 15 Jun 19:30 Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15)
Antony and Cleopatra
RSC Recorded Live Iqbal Khan directs Shakespeare’s tragedy of love and duty, picking up the story where Julius Caesar ends. Following Caesar’s assassination, Mark Antony has reached the heights of power. Now he has neglected his empire for a life of decadent seduction with his mistress, Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. Torn between love and duty, Antony’s military brilliance deserts him, and his passion leads the lovers to their tragic end. Iqbal Khan returns to the RSC to direct, following his critically acclaimed productions of ‘Othello’ (2015) and ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ (2012). ‘Titus Andronicus’ follows Aug/Sep. 180m approx including interval. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
We present screenings in the Studio and Picture Palace. More details on each film can be found on our website: www.chichestercinema.org. Tickets £6 (Friends £5; Seniors £5.50)
The Studio programme presents two new releases, two classic film versions of recent plays relayed live from The National Theatre, four classic films in beautifully restored prints, and repeats of two ‘Exhibition on Screen’ events.
Tue 20 Jun 16:45 (Studio) Thu 22 Jun 13:00 (Pic Pal) Sat 24 Jun 19:45 (Studio)
This harrowing, high-pitched drama is set entirely in a police truck during riots between Egypt’s pro-military supporters and the Muslim Brotherhood. In July 2013 President Morsi was overthrown by the army and many people took off to the streets either to celebrate or protest. We start in an empty police van which soon fills with an American/ Egyptian reporter, revolutionaries, Muslim Brotherhood supporters, and young men who had nothing to do with it. Aside from the keen sense of claustrophobia, the lensing captures in horrifying, quick-eyed observation the chaos outside. At the end, the message is clear: any sense of national unity has disintegrated, and the escalating violence is driving Egypt over the edge into bedlam. (Subtitles) Egypt 2016 Mohamed Diad 97m.
Sun 18 Jun 14:45 (Studio) Thu 22 Jun 15:00 (Pic Pal) Fri 23 Jun 18:45 (Studio)
After the Storm
As typhoons buffet Tokyo, the film perceptively, in Ozu like style, examines a broken family and the father’s dogged attempts to glue it back together. This perceptive tale is of divorced father Ryota (Abe Hiroshi), a one-time novelist who may have gambled away his adulthood. Save for an addiction to betting, he’s inherited little of worth from his late father. And his still-spry mother (the wonderful Kirin Kiki,) has a habit of blithely tossing out the most valuable heirlooms. One thunderous night, Ryota lures his son and ex-wife to grandma’s flat, in the conspiratorial hope of patching things up. With his usual bittersweet poise, Kore-eda looks at how one failed relationship can affect all the others around it. (Subtitles) Japan 2016 Kore-eda Hirokazu 117m. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Mon 19 Jun 13:00 (Studio) Thu 22 Jun 17:30 (Pic Pal) Sat 24 Jun 13:00 (Studio) Cinema & Theatre
Ossessione Rare screenings of Visconti’s early 1942 masterpiece based upon James Cain’s novel ‘The Postman Always Rings Twice’. A restless wife, Giovanna (superbly played by Clara Calamai), meets Gino (equally brilliantly played by Massimo Girotti), a rough and handsome vagabond. Their passionate affair leads to the murder of Giovanna’s boorish husband. Can a strong and sensual affair survive the guilt? ‘Ossessione’ is a dark and provocative drama of sexual tension. It heralded a new era of Italian cinema, establishing Luchino Visconti as a leading and controversial exponent of neo-realism. This is the first of two films relating to recent NT LIVE productions: ‘Obsession’, (starring Jude Law in May). Visconti’s film is all the more remarkable given that it was his debut film, the ex-horse race owner and aristocrat-turned-communist having begun to collaborate with the likes of Jean Cocteau and Jean Renoir. Do not miss these rare screenings. (Subtitles) Italy 1943 Luchino Visconti 140m.
Sat 17 Jun Sat 17 Jun Cinema & Theatre
13:00 (Studio) 19:15 (Studio)
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Mike Nichols’s scorching film version of Edward Albee’s sensational play. Elegantly photographed in crisp black and white by the great Haskell Wexler, the play has been “opened up” for the screen by director Nichols without diluting its concentrated, claustrophobic power. Elizabeth Taylor has never been better or brasher as Martha, letting loose with all the fury of a drunken, frustrated academic’s wife on one crazy Walpurgisnacht bender. Richard Burton plays her husband, George, the ineffectual history professor married to the college president’s daughter. And George Segal and Sandy Dennis are young, callow Nick and Honey, who have no idea what sort of mind-warping psychological games they’re being drawn. Screened as an interesting comparison between cinema and theatre after the NT LIVE play recently relayed, starring Imelda Staunton. USA 1966 Mike Nichols 131m.
Sun 18 Jun Sun 18 Jun
13:00 (Studio) 19:15 (Studio)
The classic 1949 Ealing comedy directed by Alexander Mackendrick starring Basil Radford and Joan Greenwood. Filmed at Barra in the Outer Hebrides, ‘Whisky Galore!’ was based upon a true incident, the foundering of a cargo ship off the Isle Of Eriskay with 50,000 cases of Scotch aboard. The Scottish islanders of Todday by-pass war time rationing and delight in smuggling cases of their favourite tipple from the wrecked ship. Basil Radford stars as the teetotal English official, who is totally unable to comprehend the significance of whisky to the islanders. Marvellously detailed and well played, it firmly established the richest Ealing vein with the common theme of a small group triumphing over a more powerful opponent. How will the 2017 remake of Whisky Galore! showing in the previous week in June stand up to this 1949 classic? (Digitally restored) UK 1949 Alexander Mackendrick 82m.
Tue 20 Jun 15:00 (Studio) Wed 21 Jun 13:00 (Pic Pal) Fri 23 Jun 17:00 (Studio)
The Blue Lamp
Another 1950 Ealing classic starring a very young Dirk Bogarde as a cold gangster in a beautifully newly restored print. An immensely popular British crime film, Basil Dearden’s ‘The Blue Lamp’ was scripted by ex-policeman T.E.B Clark, the writer who arguably did most to define Ealing Studio’s post-war identity. The film marked the first appearance of the character of Jack Warner – later to be immortalized in ‘Dixon of Dock Green’. The story follows two London policemen whose daily routine is interrupted by a botched robbery and subsequent murder hunt. Starring Dirk Bogarde it was originally released in 1950. Sixtyseven years on, it’s hard to appreciate just how shocking one key scene in ‘The Blue Lamp’ was considered by British audiences at the time. No – no spoilers for those who haven’t seen it! (anyone?) Wonderfully nostalgic portrait of a Britain that no longer exists. UK 1950 Basil Dearden 82m. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Sat 17 Jun 17:15 (Studio) Tue 20 Jun 13:00 (Studio) Sat 24 Jun 17:45 (Studio)
The Man Between
Carol Reed’s underrated 1953 cold war thriller, starring James Mason, Claire Bloom, and Hildegarde Knieff in another stunningly restored print. A later collaboration between James Mason and Carol Reed, ‘The Man Between’ is often considered a companion piece to ‘The Third Man’ thanks to its atmospheric portrayal of a city struggling to survive in a grim post-war reality of poverty and mistrust. The action is here transposed to a divided Berlin, and to the beginning of the Cold War. Unlike the devilish Harry Lime, Mason’s world-weary dealer Ivo Kerr is ultimately still a decent man, compelled by his love for a naïve schoolteacher to make one last misguided trip through the Brandenberg Gate, with potentially tragic consequences. The Claire Bloom/Mason performances in the last 10-15 minutes is sublime and makes this comparable with ‘The Third Man’. UK 1953 Carol Reed 100m.
Mon 19 Jun 18:00 (Pic Pal) Wed 21 Jun 15:00 (Studio) Fri 23 Jun 15:00 (Studio)
La Belle et la Bête
As Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ hits screens across the UK, revisit the film that first conjured the story’s magical spell. No, not any of the Disney versions, but Jean Cocteau’s classic fantasy re-casting the well-known fairy tale for adults. When Beauty’s father picks a rose at a deserted castle, a beast in Prince’s clothing (Jean Marius) appears and tells him he must die. He sends the man home to say good-bye to his family, whereupon Beauty (Josette Day) offers to take her father’s place. She goes off to the castle but instead of killing her, the beast falls in love with her. Stunning cinematography replicates the lighting of the Dutch masters and the whole film is the epitome of cinematic art wherein the magic is created ‘in camera’. (Subtitles/Restored Print) France 1946 Jean Cocteau 96m.
Following sell out shows of ‘I, Claude Monet’ & ‘American Impressionism’ we are repeating these two films in the Studio.
Wed 21 Jun 17:00 (Studio) Fri 23 Jun 13:00 (Studio) Sat 24 Jun 15:45 (Studio)
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.
Sat 17 Jun 15:30 Sun 18 Jun 17:15 Mon 19 Jun 16:00
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The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism 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 thirtyyear period reveals as much about America as a nation as it does about a much-loved 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. UK 2017 Phil Grabsky 90m. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Sun 25 Jun Mon 26 Jun Tue 27 Jun Wed 28 Jun Thu 29 Jun Fri 30 Jun Sat 1 Jul Sun 2 Jul
My Cousin Rachel
15:30 & 20:30 13:15 & 18:15 15:45 & 20:45 12:15 & 16:45 15:45 & 20:45 13:15 & 18:15 15:45 & 20:45 17:45 & 20:15
Based on the 1951 Daphne Du Maurier novel, this is a dark romance about a young Englishman who plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin, believing that she murdered his guardian. But his feelings become complicated as he finds himself falling under the beguiling spell of her charms. Young orphan Phillip (Sam Claflin) has his tranquil existence interrupted when he receives a note from his older cousin, who writes to say that he is being poisoned. Cousin Ambrose soon turns up dead of an apparent brain tumour, but Phillip is suspicious of Ambrose’s strange wife Rachel (Rachel Weisz). When she appears at Philip’s home, he determines to solve the mystery, but finds himself captivated by the presence of the enigmatic widow. As he loses his resolve the more his infatuation grows, he may even be endangering his own life in the process. Co-stars include Iain Glen, Holliday Grainger and Simon Russell Beale. From director Roger Michell, who has experience in both costume drama (‘Persuasion’, ‘Hyde Park on Hudson’) and thriller (‘Enduring Love’) as well as rom-com classics like ‘Notting Hill’, this is the first feature film adaptation of the novel since 1952. That version starred Olivia de Havilland and Richard Burton. UK 2017 Roger Michell.
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18:00 15:45 & 20:45 13:15 & 18:15 14:30 13:15 & 18:15 15:45 & 20:45 13:15 & 18:15 12:00
A ticking-clock thriller following Winston Churchill (played brilliantly by Brian Cox) in the hours before D-Day. 1944: as tensions mount in the 48-hours preceding D-Day, the now-beleaguered Prime Minister Winston Churchill must prepare a final attempt to crush Hitler’s encroaching army. With the entire War effort ultimately hinging on this decision, the stakes have never been higher. As the Wartime leader clashes with his generals, tension builds with the Americans, and Churchill must wrestle his inner-demons in order to navigate the Allies to victory. Miranda Richardson offers support as Churchill’s headstrong wife Clemmie, while Mad Men’s John Slattery makes for a spiky General Eisenhower. James Purefoy is also amongst the cast, portraying King George VI. UK 2017 Jonathan Teplitzky 98m.
Wed 28 Jun 19:15 (Live) Sun 2 Jul 14:00 (Encore) Tickets £17.50 (Friends/Students £15)
Live ROH Antonio Pappano conducts a new production of Verdi’s thrilling Shakespeare-inspired opera directed by Keith Warner, starring Jonas Kaufmann in the title role, in our final presentation from The ROH Season. World-famous tenor Jonas Kaufmann makes his role debut as Otello in Verdi‘s passionate retelling of Shakespeare’s great tragedy of jealousy, deception and murder. Soprano Maria Agresta will be his Desdemona and baritone Ludovic Tézier his nemesis Iago. A major work of the opera repertory, ‘Otello’ draws on the full forces of the ROH Orchestra, Chorus and this stellar line-up of principal singers, with exquisite duets, emotionally potent solo numbers and thrilling choruses. Particular highlights include Otello and Desdemona’s rapturous love duet and Desdemona’s poignant ‘Willow Song’. Sung in Italian with English subtitles. 180m approx including interval. BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Film Courses & Talks at New Park
26 May, 2 & 9 Jun 13:30 – 15:30 (Studio) Tickets £14 for three sessions – or £6 each Booking Ref
Watching the Detectives Enjoy a new course taking a fresh look at Crime Thrillers, Film Noir, Heist movies, Courtroom dramas, Mob films and even Crime comedy as seen in some of our best loved films and some that may be new to you – to thrill and excite you! For instance, the Gangster genre showed how criminal networks operate inside their own fiercely moral code, while Film Noir found that criminality resides in cynicism, obsession and desperation. In the first session, crime writer Simon Brett talks about the relationship between crime and the movies. His own standalone thriller, ‘A Shock to the System’, was made into a feature film starring Michael Caine, and he went through the common novelist’s experience of having absolutely nothing to do with the making of the movie. Simon’s session will be illustrated with clips from that film and others which tread the tricky path between crime and comedy. So if you have a taste for capers and heists, you’re in for a treat. In the next two sessions, led by Rosemary Coxon, the cinema’s Education Officer, we will look at a range of movies from the early twentieth century onwards which perfectly illustrate how crime and transgression are the stuff of drama and real life. The big screen loves these guys and you will too! See you at the cinema! Simon Brett’s hundredth book will be published in September 2017. Many of them have been crime novels including the Charles Paris, Mrs Pargeter, Fethering, Blotto & Twinks series as well as the above mentioned A Shock to the System. For radio and television he wrote After Henry and No Commitments. A former President of the Detection Club, in 2014 he was awarded the Crime Writers’ Association’s highest award, the Diamond Dagger. And in the 2016 New Year’s Honours he was appointed an OBE ‘for services to literature’.
BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Sat 3 Jun
10:00 – 15:00 (Studio)
Tickets: £12.00 (Friends/Students £10) to include refreshments on arrival Booking Ref
A Day with Alfred Hitchcock Day Course The Education Department of Chichester Cinema at New Park invites you to a day with the master film maker. Our guest speaker, Ian Haydn Smith, will introduce you to one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. To watch a Hitchcock film is to be thrilled by its suspense and stunned by its artistry. This day course which will feature many excerpts from Hitchcock films, informative discussion and lively debate. No prior knowledge of Alfred Hitchcock or his films is necessary, and we hope you will leave with a real understanding of why Hitchcock is key to an understanding of the history of cinema. Ian Haydn Smith is a London-based writer. He is Editor of Curzon Magazine and co-author of ‘New British Cinema: From Submarine to 12 Years a Slave’. Ian has visited us at New Park on previous occasions, especially to give talks at the Summer Film Festival. Australian Cinema Talk
Figures in the Landscape Myth and Legend in Australian Art and Cinema. Australian film historian Stephen Morgan will lead us on a journey through some of the intersections of Australian art and cinema, and their depictions of unique lives and landscapes. See Pg15 for Full Details.
Sat 3 Jun 18:00 (Studio) Tickets £6 Booking Ref
10am - 5pm (last entry 4.30pm)
Hands-on crafts | Demos | Talks Arts heritage | House Opening
Marketplace and Print Fair by Book now SAVE 20% Early bird £10 (until 26 May. Gate £12) Children free
Students 16+ £5 (Gate £6)
www.westdean.org.uk West Dean College, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 0QZ
Seating plan M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 L3
K2 K3 K4 K5 K6
K7 K8 K9 K10
H2 H3 H4 H5 H6
H7 H8 H9 H10
G2 G3 G4 G5 G6
G7 G8 G9 G10
F3 F4 F5
F8 F9 F10
E3 E4 E5 E6
ENTRANCE D2 D3
D4 D5 D6
C4 C5 C6
B4 B5 B6
E1 & E10 Usher Seats
A4 A5 A6 SCREEN
E4 -E6 Wheelchairs
BOX OFFICE 01243 786 650
Ticket prices Summer 2017 Full price Senior citizens
(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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Chichester Cinema at New Park Ltd. New Park Road, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 7XY
Vice Presidents: Dame Maggie Smith and Kenneth Branagh Artistic Consultant: Roger Gibson
General Manager: Walter Francisco Registered Charity No. 1099780
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