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WHAT’S ON / MAY 2018 THIS ISSUE:

LEAN ON PETE MICHAEL INSIDE THE BREADWINNER

ON CHESIL BEACH SAOIRSE RONAN GIVES AN EXQUISITE PERFORMANCE IN THIS ADAPTATION OF IAN MCEWAN’S ACCLAIMED NOVEL.


NEW RELEASES

LEAN ON PETE FRI 4 – THURS 17 MAY

DIR: ANDREW HAIGH • 2017 • UK 2 HRS 2 MINS

Andrew Haigh’s (45 Years) ravishing feature sees a boy and a horse embark on a Huckleberry Finn-esque journey across America in search of home. Arriving in a new town, troubled teen Charley (Charlie Plummer) takes a job at a local racetrack where he befriends jaded trainer Del (Steve Buscemi) and burnt-out jockey Bonnie (Chloë Sevigny) while caring for an aging horse named Lean on Pete. But as things break down at home and Del announces Pete will be sold to an uncertain fate, the burden becomes too great for Charley to bear and he heads out into the vast American wilderness with Pete in tow.

ACCESS SCREENING The 3.50pm screening on Sun 13 May will include audio description and on-screen captioning.

MEARI TO MAJO NO HANA

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER FRI 4 – WED 9 MAY

DIR: HIROMASA YONEBAYASHI 2017 • JAPAN • 1 HR 43 MINS SUBTITLED & ENGLISH LANGUAGE VERSIONS

From Hiromasa Yonebayashi – animator on Studio Ghibli’s masterpiece Spirited Away and director of When Marnie Was There – comes a dazzling new adventure about a young girl named Mary, who discovers a flower that grants magical powers, but only for one night. Based on Mary Stewart’s 1971 classic children’s book The Little Broomstick, Mary and The Witch’s Flower is an actionpacked film full of jaw-dropping imaginative worlds, ingenious characters, and the stirring, heartfelt story of a young girl trying to find a place in the world.

SUBTITLED AND DUBBED VERSIONS All screenings after 6pm are presented in the original Japanese version with English subtitles. Afternoon screenings are presented in the English dubbed version.


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02/03

DOCUMENTARY

A CAMBODIAN SPRING FRI 4 – THURS 10 MAY

DIR: CHRIS KELLY • 2016 • UK/CAMBODIA 2 HRS 6 MINS • SUBTITLED

A Cambodian Spring is an intimate and unique portrait of three people caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Shot over 6 years, the film charts the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’ and the tragic events that followed.

Presented by the Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, the NI theatrical premiere on Fri 4 May will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Chris Kelly, and Buddhist monk and activist Venerable Sovath, and introduced by Professor ACCESS SCREENING John Brewer. The 6.20pm screening on Tues 10 Apr will include audio description and on-screen captioning.

DOCUMENTARY

MAKING THE GRADE FRI 4 – THURS 10 MAY

DIR: KEN WARDROP • 2017 • IRELAND CERT TBC 1 HR 25 MINS

Over 30,000 students prepare for piano exams each year in Ireland. In this delightfully quirky and uplifting documentary, we are invited into the world of the piano lesson. This endearing and uplifting documentary from director Ken Wardrop (His and Hers) explores the special bond between piano teachers and their pupils, shares in the students’ struggles, and marvels at their teachers’ dedication. This is a story of the transformative power of music and the pride and happiness it provides both the students and teachers.


NEW RELEASES

WESTERN SAT 5 – MON 7 MAY

DIR: VALESKA GRISEBACH • 2017 GERMANY/BULGARIA/AUSTRIA 2 HRS 1 MIN • SUBTITLED

Masculine tensions and cultural difference reach boiling point in this sizzling, brilliantly observed western from director Valeska Grisebach, where migrant German construction workers are pitched against villagers in Bulgaria. When a group of German construction workers start work on a hydroelectric plant in the remote countryside of Bulgaria, tension brews when they immediately adopt a sense of superiority against the locals. These tensions are only worsened by former legionnaire Meinhard (Meinhard Neumann), who borrows a white horse from a local fixer... Western is a memorable and satisfying update of the genre and a bold look at masculinity, community and conflict.

THE YOUNG KARL MARX FRI 11 – THURS 17 MAY

DIR: RAOUL PECK • 2017 • FRANCE/ BELGIUM/GERMANY • 1 HR 58 MINS PARTIALLY SUBTITLED

CERT TBC

Following his acclaimed documentary I Am Not Your Negro, Raoul Peck’s timely, well-crafted period drama focuses on the early years of Karl Marx, in exile with his young wife when they meet Friedrich Engels, the son of a factory owner. In Germany the intellectuals are in upheaval, in France the workers have taken to the streets and in England the revolution is industrial – inspiring philosophers Marx (August Diehl) and Engels (Stefan Konarske) to produce ‘The Communist Manifesto.’


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04/05

MICHAEL INSIDE FRI 11 – THURS 24 MAY

DIR: FRANK BERRY • 2017 • IRELAND CERT TBC 1 HR 36 MINS

The critically acclaimed Michael Inside tells the story of Michael McCrea (Dafyhd Flynn), an impressionable 18-year-old living with his grandfather Francis (Lalor Roddy) in a Dublin housing estate. Michael gets caught holding a bag of drugs for his friend’s older brother and is sentenced to three months in prison. Inside, Michael is befriended by an older drug dealer (Moe Dunford) and is exposed to violence and intimidation. The film is distinguished by the authenticity of the characterisations and by an extraordinary, understated performance by Flynn who embodies heart-wrenching vulnerability and quiet despair.

The 6.40pm screening on Fri 11 May will be followed by a Q&A with director Frank Berry and actor Lalor Roddy.

REDOUBTABLE FRI 11 – THURS 17 MAY

DIR: MICHEL HAZANAVICIUS • 2017 FRANCE/MYANMAR/ITALY 1 HR 48 MINS • SUBTITLED

From the Oscar-winning director of The Artist, a brilliantly realised portrait of France’s maestro director Jean-Luc Godard spiralling into philosophical and romantic crisis. Adapted from the autobiographical novel Un an après by actor Anne Wiazemsky, Redoubtable portrays her marriage to Godard and its unravelling in the midst of his spectacular philosophical and artistic meltdown during the volatile moment of national protest in 1968. Hazanavicius gives his subject a thorough going over, liberally sprinkled with irony, humour and affection.


NEW RELEASES

TULLY FRI 18 – THURS 24 MAY

DIR: JASON REITMAN • 2018 USA • 1 HR 36 MINS

A tale of modern motherhood from director Jason Reitman (Up in the Air) and screenwriter Diablo Cody (Juno), starring Charlize Theron. Marlo (Theron), a mother of three including a newborn, is gifted a night nanny by her brother (Mark Duplass). Hesitant to the extravagance at first, Marlo comes to form a unique bond with the thoughtful, surprising, and sometimes challenging young nanny named Tully (Mackenzie Davis). “Tully is both bitingly funny and observant – and a quietly radical statement on motherhood, sure to make mothers everywhere feel less alone.” – TOMRIS LAFFLY, FILM JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL

THAT GOOD NIGHT FRI 18 – THURS 24 MAY

DIR: ERIC STYLES • 2017 • UK/ PORTUGAL • 1 HR 32 MINS

That Good Night stars John Hurt in his last leading role as Ralph, a once-famous film director in his seventies who has two missions in life. Ralph wishes to be reconciled with his son, Michael (Max Brown), and, to ensure that he is not a burden to his devoted wife, Anna (Sofia Helin), as he goes “into that good night”. Ralph hires the services of the mysterious “Visitor” (Charles Dance) who unexpectedly guides him to find new meaning in his life. That Good Night is a fine send-off for a remarkable actor.


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JEUNE FEMME FRI 18 – THURS 24 MAY

DIR: LÉONOR SERRAILLE • 2017 FRANCE • 1 HR 38 MINS • SUBTITLED

Léonor Serraille’s energetic and comic debut feature stars Laetitia Dosch as a 31-year-old struggling to find her place in the world following a break-up. Prone to being her own worst enemy, Paula lugs her ex’s pet cat around Paris in a cardboard box, freewheeling but determined to get back on track in life. As she meets different people along the way, there is one thing she knows for sure: she’s determined to make a new start - and she’ll do it with style and panache.

DOCUMENTARY

FILMWORKER TUES 22 – THURS 24 MAY

DIR: TONY ZIERRA • 2017 • USA 1 HR 34 MINS

A revealing portrait of the influential director Stanley Kubrick, painted by his right-hand man, Leon Vitali. It’s a rare person who would give up fame and fortune to toil in obscurity for someone else’s creative vision. Yet, that’s exactly what Leon Vitali did after his acclaimed performance as ‘Lord Bullingdon’ in Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon. The young actor surrendered his thriving career to become Kubrick’s loyal right-hand man. By experiencing Leon’s journey we come to understand how the mundane gives rise to the magnificent as timeless filmmaking is brought to life at its most practical and profound level.

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06/07


NEW RELEASES

ON CHESIL BEACH FRI 25 MAY – THURS 7 JUN

DIR: DOMINIC COOKE • 2017 • UK 1 HR 50 MINS

Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird) and Billy Howle (Dunkirk) star in this adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novel, about a newlywed couple whose honeymoon retreat becomes a comedy of sexual errors. Florence and Edward are a young couple on their honeymoon at the English seaside. It is 1962, and overcast. The two arrive at a Chesil Beach guest house in love and ready to begin their life together, but hopelessly ill-equipped for their first night. Adapted for the screen by McEwan himself, this is a beautifully precise anatomy of thwarted desire.

THE BREADWINNER FRI 25 – THURS 31 MAY

DIR: NORA TWOMEY • 2017 IRELAND/CANADA/ LUXEMBOURG • 1 HR 33 MINS

Irish animator Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells) makes her solo feature debut with this exquisite, heartrending adaptation of Deborah Ellis’s beloved novel. When the Taliban rulers of Kabul imprison a teacher, his 11-yearold daughter Parvana (Saara Chaudry) disguises herself as a boy and becomes the family’s sole breadwinner. Executive produced by Angelina Jolie, this is a stirring tale of family, friendship and survival, with an imaginative range of animation techniques and a score partly recorded in Kabul using traditional musicians. “Jewel-bright and heartwrenching.” – SHERI LINDEN, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER


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DOCUMENTARY

EVEN WHEN I FALL FRI 25 – TUES 29 MAY

DIR: SKY NEAL & KATE MCLARNON 2017 • UK • 1 HR 33 MINS • SUBTITLED

Even When I Fall is a feature documentary about Circus Kathmandu, the first and only circus in Nepal, set up by two survivors of child trafficking. A heartwarming and life-affirming story of the triumph of the human spirit, this “thoughtful and wideranging documentary” (Screen Daily) follows young Nepalese girls, trafficked to India as children to work in circuses, as they return home only to discover that they can no longer integrate into the society they were taken from. So they create their own circus – and by extension, a family and community of their own, which transcends the hardships they have endured.

ZAMA FRI 25 – THURS 31 MAY

DIR: LUCRECIA MARTEL • 2017 ARGENTINA • 1 HR 55 MINS SUBTITLED

CERT TBC

The great Lucrecia Martel (The Headless Woman) ventures into the realm of historical fiction and makes the genre entirely her own in this adaptation of Antonio di Benedetto’s 1956 classic of Argentinean literature. Tired of waiting for the King to transfer him to a more liberating location, a South American officer of the Spanish Crown embarks on a perilous journey towards freedom. Precise yet dreamlike, and thick with atmosphere, Zama is a challenging, brilliant, Kafkaesque period piece, co-produced by Pedro Almodóvar and Gael García Bernal.

The screening on Mon 28 May will be followed by a Q&A with co-director Kate McLarnon.

08/09


SECOND SIGHT

OUR PICK OF RESTORED AND REISSUED CLASSICS, BACK ON THE BIG SCREEN WHERE THEY BELONG.

35MM SCREENINGS

FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE SAT 12 – MON 14 & THURS 17 MAY

DIR: SERGIO LEONE • 1965 • ITALY/SPAIN WEST GERMANY • 2 HRS 10 MINS

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In this follow-up to A Fistful of Dollars, Clint Eastwood’s mysterious drifter is locked in combat with rival bounty hunter Colonel Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef) to collect the reward for killing psychopathic bandit Indio (Gian Maria Volontè). At first, the men attempt to capture the crook separately, without success. Then the pair form an uneasy alliance, but it turns out that Mortimer is not interested in the money after all. Once again, Morricone’s music is superbly appropriate, with each character’s own theme bursting into Sergio Leone’s epic at just the right moment.

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY

CASABLANCA

SAT 12 MAY, FROM 10.30AM (FILM 11AM)

THE DARK KNIGHT

SAT 19 MAY, 9.30PM

DIR: MICHAEL CURTIZ • 1942 • USA • 1 HR 42 MINS

DIR: CHRISTOPHER NOLAN • 2008 • USA/UK • 2 HRS 32 MINS

Humphrey Bogart is laconic nightclub owner Rick, whose life in Casablanca is turned upside down by the arrival of former lover Elsa (Ingrid Bergman). An inclusive screening experience for people living with dementia, their families and carers. Pre-film activity and free tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided. QFT is committed to the Age-friendly Belfast Charter.

There are superhero sequels and then there’s The Dark Knight… Christopher Nolan took what could have been an easy cash grab of a sequel and made one of the most thrilling and complex crime films cinema has ever seen. Pepper in an awe-inspiring turn from Heath Ledger and you’ve got yourself a film for the ages.


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10/11

4K RESTORATION

THE SOUND OF MUSIC FRI 18 – THURS 24 MAY

DIR: ROBERT WISE • 1965 • USA 2 HRS 54 MINS

The hills are alive again as this classic musical returns in a glorious 4K restoration. When Mother Superior sends Maria (Julie Andrews) to act as a governess to the seven children of Austrian naval officer Captain Georg von Trapp (Christopher Plummer), Maria arrives to discover she’s merely the latest in a long line of governesses the children have scared away. With her love of life and music, Maria quickly wins them over, and is welcomed into the family. However, the von Trapp’s happiness is threatened by the rise of the Third Reich in Austria.

CINESEEKERS FILM CLUB

RELAXED SCREENING

NAPPING PRINCESS EARLY MAN

SAT 19 MAY, 1.30PM DIR: KENJI KAMIYAMA • 2017 • JAPAN 1 HR 51 MINS • SUBTITLED

From visionary director Kenji Kamiyama comes a bold new sci-fi fantasy. With an ambitious mix of multilayered action, whimsical characters and inventive machines, Napping Princess is a genre and universeblending film that shows that following your dreams is sometimes the best way to discover your past. Tickets £5 (£4 concessions and Film Card holders).

SUN 20 MAY, FROM 11.30AM (FILM 12PM) DIR: NICK PARK • 2018 • USA/UK/FRANCE • 1 HR 29 MINS

Early Man is a prehistoric comedy adventure from fourtime Academy Award-winning director Nick Park and Aardman, the creators of Wallace & Gromit and Shaun the Sheep. This is a relaxed screening for audiences with autism and other sensory sensitivities to enjoy a film in a sensory friendly environment.


SPECIAL EVENTS

QFT50 SCREENING EVENT

DRIVING MISS DAISY FRI25MAY,FROM12.15PM(FILM12.30PM)

DIR: BRUCE BERESFORD • 1989 • USA 1 HR 39 MINS

Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman star in this Oscar-winning comedydrama about the 25 year long relationship between a strongwilled, Southern matron and her African American chauffeur. As part of QFT50, QFT has been working with three over 60s community groups, whose participants have shared their memories of cinema-going over the last 50 years. This event has been curated by the participants and includes a showcase of the project and film poster exhibition. Supported by the Arts and Older People Programme.

SCREEN/PRINT

CLUELESS

SAT 26 MAY, 4.00PM DIR: AMY HECKERLING • 1995 • USA • 1 HR 37 MINS

The Naughton Gallery, in association with UsFolk illustration agency, presents a free screening of Amy Heckerling’s ‘90s classic. Clueless has been selected by illustrator Stephen Maurice Graham, who will give a short intro to the film, with free limited edition prints available at the screening. SCREEN/PRINT is generously supported by the Queen’s Annual Fund.

AVA FESTIVAL

VICTORIA

THURS 31 MAY, 8.20PM DIR: SEBASTIAN SCHIPPER • 2015 • GERMANY 2 HRS 18 MINS • SUBTITLED

A starry-eyed Berlin all-nighter turns into a stomachlurching heist scenario – and this adrenalised epic of the heart plays out in one unfaked, uninterrupted take. Sebastian Schipper’s ambitious and exhilarating feature includes a hypnotic electronic score by Nils Frahm, and is screening here in advance of the AVA Festival in Belfast. avafestival.com


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BELFAST FILM FESTIVAL & QFT PRESENT

DON PATRICIO

TUES 15 MAY, 6.20PM DIR: MICHAEL ANDERSEN • 2018 • SPAIN • 1 HR 30 MINS

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12/13

DOCUMENTARY

HEAR MY VOICE

FRI 18 – THURS 24 MAY (NOT SCREENING SUN 20 MAY) CERT TBC

Don Patricio follows three football fans as they try to resurrect a forgotten Irish football hero - Patrick O’Connell (in Spain revered as ‘Don Patricio’), captain of Ireland and Manchester United a hundred years ago, and known as ‘the man who saved FC Barcelona’ from Franco. Followed by a filmmaker Q&A. Tickets £10 (£8 concessions and Film Card holders).

MCKELLEN: PLAYING THE PART

SUN 27 MAY, 3.00PM DIR: JOE STEPHENSON • 2017 • UK 2 HRS 30 MINS (TOTAL RUNNING TIME)

Join us on Sunday 27 May for McKellen: Playing the Part, hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live from London’s BFI Southbank. In Playing the Part, audiences will have the opportunity to celebrate Sir Ian McKellen, one of Britain’s true acting icons on his birthday weekend. Tickets £10 (£8 concessions and Film Card holders).

DIR: BRENDAN J. BYRNE • 2018 • IRELAND • 23 MINS

CERT TBC

Hear My Voice, a short film by Brendan J. Byrne (Bobby Sands: 66 Days), combines Colin Davidson’s stunning portrait collection, Silent Testimony, with the spoken words of the victims and survivors of the Northern Irish Troubles, featured in the paintings. The film’s release coincides with the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement. Tickets £3.

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN

I, CLAUDE MONET

SAT 26 & WED 30 MAY DIR: PHIL GRABSKY • 2017 • UK • 1 HR 27 MINS

I, Claude Monet reveals the heart and soul of arguably the world’s most loved artist. Told through Monet’s own words and shot on location at the very spots he painted, the film features his most loved paintings in an unforgettable, immersive art experience. Tickets £10 (£8 concessions and Film Card holders).


SPECIAL EVENTS

STAGE ON SCREEN All performances are broadcast live via satellite unless otherwise indicated. Visit queensfilmtheatre.com for full details and up-to-date listings of all Stage On Screen events.

NT LIVE: MACBETH THURS 10 MAY, 7.00PM

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS – THE MUSICAL (RECORDED) WED 16 MAY, 6.00PM SUN 20 MAY, 2.00PM NT LIVE: JULIE THURS 6 SEPT, 7PM RSC LIVE: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR WED 12 SEPT, 7.00PM NT LIVE: KING LEAR THURS 27 SEPT, 7PM RSC LIVE: TROILUS & CRESSIDA WED 14 NOV, 7.00PM NT LIVE: THE MADNESS OF GEORGE III TUES 20 NOV, 7PM

TICKETS Live broadcasts: £15 (£12.50 concessions and Film Card holders) Recorded and encore performances: £12.50 (£10 concessions and Film Card holders)

IMAGE: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS - THE MUSICAL

QFT brings you some of the world’s greatest stage shows to our cinema screens, featuring new productions from the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company and carefully selected special events.


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TIME

Fri 4

Making the Grade Lean on Pete A Cambodian Spring + Q&A Mary and the Witch’s Flower (subtitled)

3.30pm/8.30pm 3.50pm/9.15pm 6.00pm

Sat 5

Lean on Pete Mary and the Witch’s Flower (dub) Western Making the Grade Mary and the Witch’s Flower (subtitled) A Cambodian Spring

1.20pm/8.40pm 2.30pm 3.50pm 4.45pm/6.40pm

Lean on Pete Mary and the Witch’s Flower (dub) Western Making the Grade A Cambodian Spring

1.00pm/8.20pm 2.10pm 3.30pm/8.40pm 4.25pm/6.20pm 6.00pm

Mon 7

Lean on Pete Mary and the Witch’s Flower (dub) Western Making the Grade A Cambodian Spring

1.20pm/8.40pm 2.30pm 3.50pm/9.00pm 4.45pm/6.40pm 6.20pm

Tues 8

Lean on Pete Mary and the Witch’s Flower (dub) Mary and the Witch’s Flower (subtitled) Making the Grade A Cambodian Spring

3.30pm/8.40pm 4.25pm

Mary and the Witch’s Flower (dub) Lean on Pete Mary and the Witch’s Flower (subtitled) A Cambodian Spring Making the Grade

3.30pm 3.50pm/6.00pm

Sun 6

Wed 9

Thurs 17 For a Few Dollars More Lean on Pete The Young Karl Marx Michael Inside Redoubtable

3.30pm 4.10pm 6.20pm 6.40pm/9.00pm 8.50pm

Fri 18

The Sound of Music Jeune femme Hear My Voice That Good Night Michael Inside Tully

2.30pm 3.50pm/6.50pm 6.00pm 6.30pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Sat 19

Cineseekers: Napping Princess The Sound of Music Tully That Good Night Hear My Voice Jeune femme Michael Inside QFT Late: The Dark Knight

1.30pm 2.30pm 3.50pm/9.00pm 5.25pm 6.00pm 6.50pm 7.25pm 9.30pm

Sun 20

Relaxed Screening: Early Man That Good Night An American in Paris (Musical) Tully The Sound of Music Jeune femme Michael Inside

From 11.30am (Film 12pm) 12.45pm 2.00pm 4.15pm/8.30pm 5.15pm 6.20pm 8.45pm

The Sound of Music That Good Night Hear My Voice Jeune femme Tully Michael Inside

2.30pm/6.00pm 4.10pm 6.10pm 7.00pm 9.10pm 9.20pm

6.20pm

6.20pm 8.30pm

Mon 21

6.20pm 6.40pm 8.30pm

6.20pm 8.30pm 8.40pm

Tues 22 – The Sound of Music Wed 23 That Good Night Hear My Voice Tully Filmworker Michael Inside Jeune femme

2.30pm 4.00pm 6.00pm 6.30pm 6.50pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Thurs 24 The Sound of Music That Good Night Hear My Voice Tully Filmworker Michael Inside Jeune femme

2.30pm 4.30pm 6.00pm 6.30pm 6.50pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Fri 25

Driving Miss Daisy On Chesil Beach The Breadwinner Even When I Fall Zama

12.30pm 4.00pm/8.20pm 4.30pm/6.20pm 6.40pm 8.40pm

Thurs 10 Lean on Pete Making the Grade NT Live: Macbeth A Cambodian Spring

3.30pm/6.00pm 4.45pm 7.00pm 8.30pm

Fri 11

Lean on Pete Michael Inside Redoubtable Michael Inside + Q&A The Young Karl Marx Michael Inside

3.30pm 4.30pm 6.20pm 6.40pm 8.40pm 9.30pm

Dementia Friendly: Casablanca Redoubtable The Young Karl Marx Michael Inside For a Few Dollars More Lean on Pete

From 10.30am (Film 11am) 11.45am/6.20pm 1.15pm/8.40pm 2.00pm/6.40pm/9.00pm 3.40pm 4.10pm

Sat 26

The Young Karl Marx Michael Inside For a Few Dollars More Lean on Pete (Access) Redoubtable

12.50pm/8.20pm 1.40pm/6.20pm/8.40pm 3.20pm 3.50pm 6.00pm

I, Claude Monet On Chesil Beach Screen/Print: Clueless The Breadwinner Even When I Fall Zama

2.00pm 2.10pm/8.20pm 4.00pm 4.30pm/6.20pm 6.40pm 8.40pm

Sun 27

For a Few Dollars More Lean on Pete The Young Karl Marx Michael Inside Redoubtable

3.30pm 4.10pm 6.20pm 6.40pm/9.00pm 8.50pm

On Chesil Beach McKellen: Playing the Part The Breadwinner Even When I Fall Zama

2.10pm/8.20pm 3.00pm 4.30pm/6.20pm 6.40pm 8.40pm

Mon 28

On Chesil Beach The Breadwinner Even When I Fall + Q&A Zama

4.00pm/8.20pm 4.30pm/6.20pm 6.40pm 8.40pm

Tues 15

Lean on Pete The Young Karl Marx Don Patricio + Q&A Michael Inside Redoubtable

3.30pm 4.10pm 6.20pm 6.40pm/9.10pm 8.50pm

Tues 29

On Chesil Beach The Breadwinner Even When I Fall Zama

4.00pm/8.20pm 4.30pm/6.20pm 6.40pm 8.40pm

Wed 16

Lean on Pete The Young Karl Marx An American in Paris – The Musical Michael Inside Redoubtable

3.30pm 4.10pm

Wed 30

On Chesil Beach The Breadwinner Exhibition on Screen: I, Claude Monet Zama

4.00pm/8.20pm 4.30pm/6.40pm

Sat 12

Sun 13

Mon 14

6.00pm 6.40pm/9.10pm 8.50pm

Thurs 31 On Chesil Beach The Breadwinner AVA Festival Victoria Zama

6.20pm 8.40pm 4.00pm/6.20pm 4.30pm/6.40pm 8.20pm 8.40pm

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