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WHAT’S ON / JUNE 2017 THIS ISSUE:

MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE WHITNEY ‘CAN I BE ME’ HAMPSTEAD

MY COUSIN RACHEL RACHEL WEISZ STARS IN ROGER MICHELL’S ADAPTATION OF DAPHNE DU MAURIER’S DARK ROMANCE.


QUEEN’S FILM THEATRE – BOOKING AND VENUE INFORMATION

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TICKET PRICES

BOX OFFICE

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Standard admission : £6.70 (after 5.30pm) / £5.00 (before 5.30pm)

The Box Office opens 30 minutes before the first screening of the day. This also applies to telephone bookings: 028 9097 1097.

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Senior Citizens, Disabled Users (Carers’ tickets are free), Unwaged, QUB Staff: £5 (after 5.30pm) / £4 (before 5.30pm) QFT Film Card, Students (aged 16 and over), Children (under 16 years): £4 (all day) *ID required for discounted prices

Mondays £4 for every film*

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CHAMPIONING WOMEN IN FILM QFT applies the F-Rating to its film programme. The F-Rating is a classification for any film which: 1. is directed by a woman 2. is written by a woman 3. features significant women on screen in their own right The rating is designed to support and promote women and redress the imbalance in the film industry. Visit f-rated.org for more information.

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ACCESSIBLE OFT

We at QFT believe everyone should be able to experience great films: every month we offer a range of accessible screenings and activities ensuring everyone can enjoy QFT’s unique programme.

SUPPORTED SCREENINGS

COMMUNITY TICKETS SCHEME QFT operates a Community Tickets Scheme. There are complimentary tickets and buses available to community groups attending the autism and dementia friendly screenings. For more information please go to queensfilmtheatre.com/Engage. For community group ticket requests please contact Marion Campbell: m.campbell@qub.ac.uk.

QFT LEARNING

QFT is delighted to be able to offer monthly Autism friendly and Dementia friendly screenings. All are specially designed to create a welcoming and supportive environment with trained facilitators and are eligible for our Community Tickets Scheme (see opposite). This month’s Supported Screenings are: Dementia Friendly Screening: High Society Sat 17 Jun, From 10.30am (Film 11.00am) Autism Friendly Screening: Where the Wild Things Are Sun 18 Jun, From 11.30am (Film 12.00pm) For full details of these screenings please see page 15 or visit queensfilmtheatre.com/Whats-On/Supported-Screenings

ACCESS SCREENINGS QFT is fully wheelchair accessible with five wheelchair spaces in Screen 1 and four spaces in Screen 2. Free carer tickets for disabled customers are available on request. Both screens are fitted with an infrared assisted listening system with headphones. Audio enhancement is available for all screenings and audio description for selected screenings (check queensfilmtheatre.com/Whats-On/Access-Screenings for updates). We also endeavour to host access screenings with on-screen captioning as often as possible. This month’s access screenings are: My Cousin Rachel Tues 13 Jun, 6.20pm Churchill Sat 24 Jun, 4.30pm Funded by Department for Communities through Northern Ireland Screen.

QFT co-ordinates a year-round schools and colleges programme which is designed to support the national curriculum at KS1 to AS & A2 level. Teachers can arrange private screenings that are tailored for specific courses of study, or short film showcase screenings upon request. For more details please contact the Learning Co-ordinator, Marion Campbell, by email: m.campbell@qub.ac.uk. Schools can also book student groups in advance for selected films showing in QFT’s public programme by contacting the QFT Box Office: qftboxoffice@qub.ac.uk.


NEW RELEASES

MA VIE DE COURGETTE

MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE FRI 2 – THURS 8 JUN

DIR: CLAUDE BARRAS SWITZERLAND/FRANCE • 2016 1 HR 6 MINS SUBTITLED & DUBBED VERSIONS

Director Claude Barras uses gorgeous stop-motion animation to tackle difficult subject matter in this delicately told story about a young boy sent to a foster home after the death of his alcoholic mother. Based on a book by Gilles Paris and adapted by Céline Sciamma (Girlhood), this Oscar-nominated gem is a melancholy journey through childhood tragedy towards a brighter future, mature enough for both adults and children alike to appreciate. Screening in both English dubbed and subtitled original language versions – please refer to the At a Glance for times of your preferred version.

Advisory note: This film contains references to alcoholism, childhood trauma and depression. Some scenes may be upsetting for younger viewers.

MY COUSIN RACHEL FRI 9 – THURS 22 JUN

DIR: ROGER MICHELL • UK/USA 2017 • 1 HR 46 MINS

A dark and suspenseful romance based on the classic novel by Daphne du Maurier. It tells the story of a young Englishman (Sam Claflin) who plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin (Rachel Weisz), believing that she murdered his guardian. But his feelings become complicated as he finds himself falling under the beguiling spell of her charms. The second film version of du Maurier’s gripping Gothic thriller (following the 1952 version starring Olivia de Havilland and Richard Burton), My Cousin Rachel was written and directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill).

ACCESS SCREENING The 6.20pm screening on Tues 13 Jun will include audio description and on-screen captioning.


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CHURCHILL FRI 16 – THURS 29 JUN

DIR: JONATHAN TEPLITZKY 2017 • UK • 1 HR 38 MINS

Australian writer-director Jonathan Teplitzky (The Railway Man) directs Brian Cox as one of Britain’s most prominent and complex icons, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, at a nail-bitingly crucial stage of World War II. Written by author and historian Alex von Tunzelmann, Churchill tells the story of the 48 hours before the D-Day landings in 1944. Drawing heavily on Churchill’s relationship with his beloved wife Clementine (Miranda Richardson), this immersive biopic reveals the terrifying anxieties, both personal and political, at the heart of a fascinating man and historical moment.

ACCESS SCREENING The 4.30pm screening on Sat 24 Jun will include audio description and on-screen captioning.

HAMPSTEAD FRI 23 JUN – THURS 6 JUL

DIR: JOEL HOPKINS • UK • 2017 1 HR 43 MINS

The legendary Diane Keaton plays an American widow who stumbles across Brendan Gleeson’s shackdwelling recluse on Hampstead Heath in Joel Hopkins’ lifeaffirming romantic drama. Donald Horner (Gleeson) has lived quietly on the Heath for seventeen years but now his home is under threat from property developers who want to build luxury apartments on the land. Emily Walters (Keaton) offers to help him fight the threat, determined to defend the man who might just be the person to put the spring back in her step.


NEW RELEASES

UMI YORI MO MADA FUKAKU

AFTER THE STORM FRI 2 – THURS 8 JUN

DIR: KORE-EDA HIROKAZU • 2016 JAPAN • 1 HR 58 MINS • SUBTITLED

Gentle and melancholy yet surprisingly amusing, the latest film by celebrated Japanese auteur Kore-eda Hirokazu (Our Little Sister) focuses on Ryota, a failed writer, third-rate detective, and no-luck gambler who has become separated from his wife and young son. When a typhoon strikes one night, the broken family is forced to spend the night together at the home of Ryota’s mother, where the ensuing interaction – free of melodrama or forced catharsis – is tender, bittersweet, and quietly incisive, in true Kore-eda style.

BERLIN SYNDROME FRI 9 – THURS 15 JUN

DIR: CATE SHORTLAND • 2017 AUSTRALIA • 1 HR 56 MINS

Teresa Palmer stars in Cate Shortland’s thriller based on a book by Melanie Joosten. While holidaying in Berlin, Australian photojournalist Clare (Palmer) meets charismatic local man Andi (Max Riemelt). There is an instant attraction between them, and a night of passion ensues. But what initially appears to be the start of a romance suddenly takes an unexpected and sinister turn when Clare wakes the following morning to discover Andi has left for work and locked her in his apartment. An easy mistake to make, of course, except Andi has no intention of letting her go again.


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WO BU SHI PAN JIN LIAN

06/07

I AM NOT MADAME BOVARY MON 12 – THURS 15 JUN

DIR: FENG XIAOGANG • CHINA 2016 • 2 HRS 19 MINS • SUBTITLED

Acclaimed director Feng Xiaogang and superstar Fan Bingbing team up for this razor-sharp, intriguing tale of a wronged woman fighting for justice against her duplicitous husband and the government itself. Shot partly in a circular aspect ratio, mirroring the literati paintings of the Song Dynasty, I Am Not Madame Bovary offers a powerful, compelling and hilarious social satire, which transcends all cultures in uniquely stylish fashion.

STOCKHOLM MY LOVE FRI 16 – WED 21 JUN

DIR: MARK COUSINS • SWEDEN/UK 2016 • 1 HR 28 MINS

Stockholm My Love is the first dramatic feature by acclaimed documentarian Mark Cousins (I Am Belfast) and stars the Swedish-born singer-songwriter Neneh Cherry in her film debut. Written by Mark Cousins and Swedish writer-producer Anita Oxburgh, Stockholm My Love is a contemporary city symphony – a poetic and music-infused love letter to Sweden’s capital and the story of a woman’s journey through grief to recovery. The film’s images have been photographed exquisitely by the legendary cinematographer Christopher Doyle (In the Mood for Love) with Mark; they also worked together on the photography for I Am Belfast.


NEW RELEASES

DOCUMENTARY

WHITNEY ‘CAN I BE ME’ SUN 11 JUN (PREVIEW) FRI 16 – THURS 29 JUN

DIR: NICK BROOMFIELD & RUDI DOLEZAL • USA/UK • 2017 1 HR 45 MINS

From acclaimed director Nick Broomfield (Kurt & Courtney) comes a new film about one of the greatest singers of all time. Whitney Houston was the epitome of a superstar. Even though Whitney had made millions of dollars and became recognised as having one of the greatest voices of all time, she still wasn’t free to be herself and died at just 48 years old. Made with largely never-seen before footage and exclusive live recordings, Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ tells Whitney Houston’s incredible and poignant life story with insights from those closest to her.

DOCUMENTARY

MCLAREN TUES 6 – THURS 8 JUN

DIR: ROGER DONALDSON • 2016 NEW ZEALAND • 1 HR 33 MINS

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. McLaren is a truly inspirational story of a young boy from humble birth who dared to take on the elite world of motor racing and win.

PREVIEW SCREENING, SUN 11 JUN, 6.00PM Satellite Q&A with Nick Broomfield plus tribute performance by Michelle John from The Voice, live from Sheffield Doc/Fest. Tickets £10 (£8 concessions and Film Card holders).


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CARDBOARD GANGSTERS FRI 23 – THURS 29 JUN

DIR: MARK O’CONNOR • IRELAND 2017 • 1 HR 31 MINS

CERT TBC

Cardboard Gangsters tells the story of a group of wannabe gangsters from Darndale, North Dublin, attempting to gain control of the local drug trade. Jay Connolly (John Connors) is a part-time DJ and small-time drug dealer. When his welfare is cut off he decides it’s time for him and his gang to enter the big leagues. This attracts the attention of the local King Pin and sets Jay down a violent and bloody path. Driven along by a powerhouse performance from Connors, this is an intense film from director Mark O’Connor, who manages to blend Scorsese-style panache with Ken Loach realism.

DOCUMENTARY

CELTIC SOUL SUN 4 JUN, 6.00PM

DIR: MICHAEL MCNAMARA • CANADA CERT 2016 • 1 HR 26 MINS TBC

Canadian actor Jay Baruchel and Dublin-based Fox sports commentator Eoin O’Callaghan are both fans of Celtic FC. After forming a Twitter-based bromance they decided to take to the road together, starting from Montreal and tracing Baruchel’s maternal roots in Westport. Their journey ends in Glasgow, with a chance to watch their beloved Celtic in action and experience a little slice of Scottish paradise. Both men prove to be great company in this snappy, extremely entertaining documentary.

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SECOND SIGHT

Our pick of restored and reissued classics, and recent releases you might have missed.

GET OUT FRI 2 – MON 5 JUN

DIR: JORDAN PEELE • USA • 2017 1 HR 44 MINS

When a young African-American man visits his white girlfriend’s family their superficially warm welcome masks an unthinkably dark secret in Jordan Peele’s brilliant horror-satire that combines genuine thrills with a no-holds-barred critique of black-white relations. Very creepy, very funny and positively fearless, Get Out has plenty to both frighten and enrage. Blending race-savvy satire with horror to especially potent effect, this bombshell social critique delivers a breathlessly suspenseful exposé of the horror of covert liberal racism.

“The most forceful and inventive American horror film since It Follows.” – TIM ROBEY, DAILY TELEGRAPH

DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST FRI 2 – WED 7 JUN

DIR: JULIE DASH • UK/USA • 1991 1 HR 52 MINS

In 1902 South Carolina, at a pivotal moment in American history, three generations of women in the Pezant family grapple with the decision to migrate north, leaving behind their well-preserved Gullah culture inherited from their West African slave ancestors. An avowed influence on Beyoncé’s album Lemonade, Daughters of the Dust broke new ground in its representation of black women on screen and continues to inspire filmmakers and audiences alike. Lovingly restored for its 25th anniversary, Julie Dash’s luminous masterpiece is a bold, stylish and evocative odyssey, which remains as vibrant and necessary as ever.


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DER MÜDE TOD (DESTINY) FRI 9 – WED 14 JUN

DIR: FRITZ LANG • GERMANY • 1921 1 HR 38 MINS • SILENT WITH SUBTITLED GERMAN INTERTITLES

Before directing numerous genre defining masterpieces such as Metropolis and M, Fritz Lang was already defying cinematic conventions with Der müde Tod (literally, The Weary Death). A young woman confronts the personification of Death, in an effort to save the life of her fiancé. Rich in expressionist imagery, Der müde Tod has often been overlooked, but has been hugely influential, with Hitchcock and Buñuel citing it as a direct influence on their work. This new restoration preserves the original German intertitles and simulates the historic colour tinting of its initial release, and is accompanied by a newlycomposed score by Cornelius Schwehr..

POLLUX ET LE CHAT BLEU

DOUGAL AND THE BLUE CAT FRI 23 – THURS 29 JUN

DIR: SERGE DANOT • FRANCE • 1970 1 HR 23 MINS • ENGLISH DUBBED VERSION

Dougal and the Blue Cat is the magical, musical and frequently surreal feature film version from 1970 of one of the all-time favourite children’s TV shows, The Magic Roundabout. The original French series and feature film were presented in the UK with dialogue re-written in English by Eric Thompson who also narrated nearly all of the characters, lending each his own inimitable style and humour. This is a rare chance to see the English version on the big screen.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

THE BIG LEBOWSKI FRI 30 JUN, 10.00PM DIR: JOEL & ETHAN COEN • USA/UK 1998 • 1 HR 57 MINS

QFT Late: Cult & Classic continues with the Coen Brothers’ achingly funny quasidetective story, last seen on screen at QFT in 2009 (so it was about time!) Jeff Bridges is The Dude, a fortysomething stoner who lives only for bowling, White Russians and his rug. But when some unhappy gangsters barge into his home and soil said rug it kicks off a tale of mistaken identity, choppedoff toes and German nihilists that will have you in fits of laughter.

TWIN PEAKS FIRE WALK WITH ME SAT 3 JUN, 9.00PM DIR: DAVID LYNCH • USA/FRANCE 1992 • 2 HRS 14 MINS

A second chance to see David Lynch’s twisted Twin Peaks prequel to help you unravel the puzzle of season three (according to David Lynch, Laura Palmer’s last seven days are integral to the new season... Panned upon release by critics and fans, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me has emerged as one of Lynch’s strongest films. His dreamlike, surreal Americana is in full effect here, burrowing into the darker side of the small town of Twin Peaks, exploring places where the ‘90s primetime TV show couldn’t venture.


12/13

CACity PRESENTS

WALLED CITIES The Walled Cities film season is about three cities in which political conflict is in the foreground and visualised through urban walls: the Palestinian West Bank wall, Belfast peace walls and the Berlin wall. An introduction and discussion will accompany each screening. Discussions will focus on the role of fiction film in the representation of political conflict in contemporary urban societies. This is a CACity research group (Cinema and Architecture in the City) event series funded by the SNBE Culture and Society cluster. Visit cacity.org for more information. WALLED PALESTINE

OMAR

WED 7 JUN, 6.20PM

DIR: HANY ABU-ASSAD • PALESTINE 2013 • 1 HR 38 MINS • SUBTITLED

Hany Abu-Assad’s Oscarnominated Omar is set against the backdrop of the IsraeliPalestinian conflict. It tells the gripping story of a Palestinian baker whose heart might be on the Israeli or Palestinian side of the wall. Introduced by Merav Amir.

WALLED BELFAST

‘71

THURS 15 JUN, 6.30PM

DIR: YANN DEMANGE • UK • 2014 1 HR 39 MINS

Yann Demange’s taut drama – with an atmospheric score by David Holmes – tells the story of a British soldier caught behind enemy lines in Belfast during the Troubles. With an introduction (see website for details).

WALLED BERLIN

WINGS OF DESIRE WED 21 JUN, 6.00PM

DIR: WIM WENDERS • WEST GERMANY/ FRANCE • 1987 • 2 HRS 8 MINS SUBTITLED

This is the story of West Berliners who are confined by the wall shortly before its fall, and angels who can fly through it. Introduced by Gul Kacmaz Erk. Guest speaker: Liat Savin Ben Shoshan, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem.


SPECIAL EVENTS

CINESEEKERS FILM CLUB

The CineSeekers Film Club host monthly screenings for young people, presenting a diverse and varied range of international children’s films. Tickets £4.

THE LAND BEFORE TIME SAT 17 JUN, 2.30PM

DIR: DON BLUTH • USA/IRELAND • 1988 1 HR 9 MINS

An orphaned dinosaur brontosaurus named Littlefoot faces a danger-laden journey to a beautiful, food-rich valley. Along the way, he meets up with some other dinos from different species. They bond and travel together, having adventures aplenty on their way to the promised land. This 1988 family adventure from Don Bluth (An American Tail) was the first animated feature film to be made in the Dublin based Sullivan Bluth Studios. A true children’s classic that stands the test of time.

THE OFT FILM CARD We’re making some changes.

As QFT comes into its 50th year of showing Great Film for everyone, we’re updating our Film Card Membership Benefits and ticket prices from 21st July. Some exclusive new features include: · Priority Booking for Selected Events · Quarterly Exclusive Bar Offers · Invitation to Film Card Holders only Screenings · Live Cinema and Matinee Discounts For full details of our updated Film Card Membership benefits, please visit: queensfilmtheatre. com/Support/New-QFT-Film-Card


14/15

SUPPORTED SCREENINGS

AUTISM FRIENDLY SCREENING

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE SUN 18 JUN, 11.30AM (FILM 12.00PM)

DIR: SPIKE JONZE • GERMANY/AUSTRALIA/ USA • 2009 • 1 HR 41 MINS

Our monthly screenings provide opportunities for people with autism or sensory sensitivity and their families, friends and carers to enjoy great films in a sensory friendly environment. This adaptation of the classic children’s book by Maurice Sendak is about a little boy called Max who goes to a magical land where fantastical creatures make him their king. 30 mins before the film begins we will have free refreshments, a pre-screen art activity and short introduction to the film. Contains mild threat and mild violence, recommended 8 yrs+.

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SCREENING

HIGH SOCIETY SAT 17 JUN, 10.30AM (FILM 11.00AM)

DIR: CHARLES WALTERS • USA • 1956 1 HR 47 MINS

Next up in our popular series of Dementia Friendly screenings is Charles Walter’s all-star 1956 musical High Society starring Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby, with music and lyrics by the irrepressible Cole Porter. Our Dementia Friendly screenings aim to make cinema more accessible by providing a fun and inclusive experience for people living with dementia, their families and carers. Free tea, coffee, biscuits and interactive themed activities are available half an hour before the film. QFT is committed to the Age-Friendly Belfast Charter. Funded by Department for Communities through Northern Ireland Screen.


SPECIAL EVENTS

DOCUMENTARY

BRITAIN ON FILM: BLACK BRITAIN TUES 20 JUN, 6.20PM

DIR: VARIOUS • UK • 1901-1985 1 HR 31 MINS

The third programme from Britain on Film on Tour explores the vital history of black Britain throughout the 20th century. Bringing together films spanning 1901 to 1985 and taken from many different regions of the UK, it offers incredibly rare, little-seen and valuable depictions of black British life on screen. Britain on Film: Black Britain is not just an important educative tool - offering audiences the chance to explore stories of migration, community and the struggle against inequality - but also an opportunity to celebrate vivid black British life and culture on screen.

HELLO MR. LIVE

MANLY FRI 2 JUN, 9.00PM

DURATION: 2 HRS APPROX.

Hello Mr. is a biannual periodical from New York that explores the experiences of gay men through photography, stories and fashion. To celebrate the launch of the Naughton Gallery’s Hello Mr. exhibition, Outburst Arts joins Hello Mr. and the Naughton Gallery for a very special performance collaboration about all things Manly. Join us for a brilliant line-up of local and international talent including Alok Vaid-Menon (USA), Ross Anderson Doherty (Belfast), Oisín McKenna (Dublin), Dick Von Dyke (Belfast), and more. FREE admission (booking required).

Alok Vaid-Menon by Elif Kücük

An evening of music, comedy and spoken word about masculinity.

This event has been generously supported by British Council Northern Ireland. Hello Mr. runs at the Naughton Gallery from 1 June – 30 July 2017. naughtongallery.org


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EXHIBITION ON SCREEN

16/17

MICHELANGELO: LOVE AND DEATH SUN 11 JUN, 4.00PM

DIR: DAVID BICKERSTAFF • UK 2017 • 1 HR 31 MINS

The spectacular sculptures and paintings of Michelangelo seem so familiar to us, but what do we really know about this renaissance genius? Beautiful and diverse works such as the towering statue of David, the deeply moving Pietà in the Papal Basilica of St. Peter and his tour-de-force, the Sistine Chapel ceiling still leave us breathless today. Spanning his 89 years, Michelangelo: Love and Death takes a cinematic journey from the print and drawing rooms of Europe, through the great chapels and museums of Florence, Rome and the Vatican to explore the tempestuous life of Michelangelo.

TICKETS £10 (£8 concessions and Film Card holders)

BRITISH MUSEUM PRESENTS

HOKUSAI SUN 18 JUN, 3.00PM

1 HR 30 MINS

CERT TBC

British Museum presents: Hokusai is a groundbreaking documentary and exclusive private view of the forthcoming British Museum exhibition Hokusai: beyond the Great Wave. Focusing on the work, life and times of Katsushika Hokusai, the film uses stunning close-ups and expert insights to illustrate his wideranging influence and extraordinary legacy. Introduced by arts presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon, and featuring artists David Hockney, Grayson Perry and Maggi Hambling, this is the first UK biography of Japan’s greatest artist.

TICKETS £10 (£8 concessions and Film Card holders)


CELLULOIDSAIL A UNIQUE ARCHIVE FILM EXPERIENCE EXPLORING THE TALL SHIP KASKELOT Culminating in a spectacular ship sail screening of

Wes Anderson’s

THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU ABERCORN BASIN BELFAST - 14TH JUNE 2017 Visit www.compasspresents.com to find out more


18/19

SPECIAL EVENTS

LIVE EVENTS NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE

WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? ENCORE SUN 4 JUN, 2.00PM

3 HRS 30 MINS (INCL. INTERVAL)

Imelda Staunton (Vera Drake), Conleth Hill (Game of Thrones), Luke Treadaway (The Hollow Crown) and Imogen Poots (Jane Eyre) star in James Macdonald’s critically acclaimed, 5 star production of Edward Albee’s landmark play, recorded live at the Harold Pinter Theatre, London.

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE

PETER PAN

SAT 10 JUN, 2.00PM

RSC LIVE

SALOMÉ THURS 22 JUN, 7.00PM

2 HRS 50 MINS (INCL. INTERVAL)

3 HRS 20 MINS (INCL. INTERVAL)

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. 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.

This charged retelling turns the infamous biblical tale on its head, placing the girl we call Salomé at the centre of a revolution. Internationally acclaimed theatre director Yaël Farber (Les Blancs) draws on multiple accounts to create her urgent, hypnotic production which will be broadcast live from the National Theatre.

TICKETS Live: £15 (£12.50 concessions and Film Card holders) Encore: £12.50 (£10 concessions and Film Card holders)


AT A GLANCE

Times are subject to change. Please check queensfilmtheatre.com for up-to-date information.

JUNE

Wed 14

DATE

EVENT

Fri 2

My Life as a Courgette (dubbed) Daughters of the Dust My Life as a Courgette (subtitled) After the Storm Get Out Hello Mr. LIVE: Manly

Sat 3

TIME

3.40pm 4.00pm 5.10pm/6.40pm 6.20pm 8.15pm 9.00pm

My Life as a Courgette (dubbed) Daughters of the Dust My Life as a Courgette (subtitled) Get Out After the Storm Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

3.40pm 4.00pm

My Life as a Courgette (dubbed) NT Live: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? My Life as a Courgette (subtitled) Celtic Soul After the Storm Get Out Daughters of the Dust

1.50pm/3.20pm

My Life as a Courgette (dubbed) After the Storm My Life as a Courgette (subtitled) Get Out Daughters of the Dust

3.40pm 3.50pm/6.20pm

Tues 6

My Life as a Courgette (dubbed) My Life as a Courgette (subtitled) After the Storm McLaren Daughters of the Dust

Wed 7

Sun 4

5.10pm/6.20pm 6.40pm 8.00pm 9.00pm

2.00pm

Berlin Syndrome Der müde Tod (Destiny) My Cousin Rachel I Am Not Madame Bovary

4.00pm/6.40pm 4.30pm 6.20pm/8.35pm 9.00pm

Thurs 15 I Am Not Madame Bovary My Cousin Rachel Walled Cities: ’71 + discussion Berlin Syndrome

3.40pm 6.20pm/8.35pm 6.30pm 9.10pm

Fri 16

Churchill My Cousin Rachel Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Stockholm My Love

4.10pm/6.20pm 4.25pm 6.40pm/8.30pm 8.50pm

Sat 17

Dementia Friendly: High Society

From 10.30am (Film 11am) 2.15pm/4.10pm/6.20pm

Churchill Cineseekers: The Land Before Time My Cousin Rachel Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Stockholm My Love

2.30pm 4.25pm 6.40pm/8.30pm 8.50pm

Autism Friendly: Where the Wild Things Are

From 11.30pm (Film 12pm)

British Museum presents: Hokusai My Cousin Rachel Churchill Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Stockholm My Love

3.00pm 3.25pm 5.20pm 5.40pm/7.30pm 7.50pm

Mon 19

Churchill My Cousin Rachel Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Stockholm My Love

4.10pm/6.20pm 4.25pm 6.40pm/8.30pm 8.50pm

4.50pm 5.10pm/6.40pm 6.20pm 8.15pm 8.50pm

Tues 20

Stockholm My Love My Cousin Rachel Britain on Film: Black Britain Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Churchill

4.00pm 4.25pm 6.20pm 6.40pm/8.20pm 9.00pm

My Life as a Courgette (dubbed) Daughters of the Dust My Life as a Courgette (subtitled) Walled Cities: Omar + discussion McLaren After the Storm

3.40pm 4.00pm

Wed 21

Stockholm My Love My Cousin Rachel Walled Cities: Wings of Desire + discussion Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Churchill

4.00pm 4.25pm

Thurs 8

After the Storm My Life as a Courgette (dubbed) McLaren My Life as a Courgette (subtitled)

6.20pm 6.40pm 8.15pm

Thurs 22 Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ My Cousin Rachel Churchill NT Live: Salomé

4.00pm/8.30pm 4.10pm 6.20pm 7.00pm

8.50pm

Fri 23

Fri 9

My Cousin Rachel Der müde Tod (Destiny) Berlin Syndrome

6.20pm/8.35pm 6.40pm 8.50pm

Churchill Dougal and the Blue Cat Hampstead Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Cardboard Gangsters

4.10pm 4.30pm 6.20pm/8.30pm 6.40pm 9.00pm

Sat 10

NT Live: Peter Pan My Cousin Rachel Berlin Syndrome Der müde Tod (Destiny)

2.00pm 2.10pm/6.20pm/8.35pm 4.20pm/8.50pm 6.40pm

Sat 24

Sun 11

Exhibition on Screen: Michelangelo My Cousin Rachel Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ + satellite Q&A Der müde Tod (Destiny) Berlin Syndrome

4.00pm 4.25pm/9.25pm

Dougal and the Blue Cat Hampstead Churchill (Access) Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Cardboard Gangsters

2.40pm 4.10pm/6.20pm/8.30pm 4.30pm 6.40pm 9.00pm

Sun 25

Dougal and the Blue Cat Hampstead Churchill Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Cardboard Gangsters

2.10pm 3.40pm/5.50pm/8.00pm 4.00pm 6.10pm 8.30pm

Mon 12

Berlin Syndrome Der müde Tod (Destiny) My Cousin Rachel I Am Not Madame Bovary

4.00pm/6.40pm 4.30pm 6.20pm/8.35pm 9.00pm

Tues 13

Berlin Syndrome Der müde Tod (Destiny) My Cousin Rachel (Access) My Cousin Rachel I Am Not Madame Bovary

4.00pm/6.40pm 4.30pm 6.20pm 8.35pm 9.00pm

Mon 5

4.50pm 6.00pm 6.20pm 8.15pm 8.50pm

5.10pm/6.40pm 8.15pm 8.50pm

5.10pm/6.40pm 6.20pm 8.15pm 9.10pm

Sun 18

6.00pm 6.40pm 8.50pm

6.00pm 6.40pm/9.15pm 9.00pm

Mon 26 – Churchill Thurs 29 Dougal and the Blue Cat Hampstead Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’ Cardboard Gangsters

4.10pm 4.30pm 6.20pm/8.30pm 6.40pm 9.00pm

Fri 30

10.00pm

The Big Lebowski Other screenings on this date TBC

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