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Front cover image: Wolf Children

Eat & Drink Did you know we offer a wide range of fresh and tasty platters to eat prior to film screenings? Simply take your pick from a cheese, hummus, mezze or tapas platter and order when you book your tickets (no later than 24hrs in advance). Your food will be here ready and waiting when you arrive. Yum!

Save with Loyalty Points Sign up for a free loyalty card and you could earn 10% back in points with every film, workshop or performance ticket you buy. Once you have enough points you can enjoy a free ticket on us. With double points for Le Week-end this season there’s never been a better time to join.

Support Us and Save Fancy saving £1 on up to 2 tickets per film (4 for family members), earning loyalty points on top of that and enjoying discounts from the café? Become a Salisbury Arts Centre Member for just £24 per year (£36 for family membership) and you’ll get all that and more!

Watch Trailers and More You can now watch trailers of all our forthcoming films at - simply go to the film page and click on the trailer for a little sneak preview. You’ll also find quotes and links to interesting features to help you pick the right films for you.

In exceptional circumstances we may have to make changes to the planned programme of events. We avoid this wherever possible but we’re afraid we have to reserve the right to do so!

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film Marketing Co-ordinator, Sam Adams, is looking forward to From Up On Poppy Hill: “As a lover of Studio Ghibli, I’ll be counting down the days to see one of their more recent animated masterpieces. If that wasn’t enough, I’m being utterly spoilt with another anime film in the form of Studio Chizu’s beautifully romantic, Wolf Children. Excited doesn’t even come close!”

Visual Arts Manager, Fiona Cassidy, is looking forward to Museum Hours: “Sunday afternoon visits to Tate Britain began my interest in Fine Art. I’m still fascinated by how museums create an environment for the enjoyment of art. It will be interesting to see how the characters’ story grows in this setting.”

Engagement Manager, Simon Morris, is looking forward to Le Week-end: “For my money Jim Broadbent is one of the most brilliant actors of all time and any film with him in a starring role is a must-see. With Le Week-end also having been written by Hanif Kureishi it promises to be a treat, with plenty of sparks flying between the two leads.”

Technician, Mike Scott, is looking forward to A Monster in Paris: “My definite highlight is A Monster in Paris. I’m always a big fan of animation and this one has a madcap monkey in it! Monkeys always make for good fun in films.”

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“A lyrical romance of two lonely souls connecting.” Empire Magazine

Shun Li and the Poet Thursday 9 January 7.30pm (bar open 6.45pm) Tickets: £7, £6 members

Dir: Andrea Segre. 98 mins plus film short. Cert 15. Italian/Mandarin with subtitles. Cast: Tao Zhao, Rade Serbedzija, Marco Paolini.

A tale of unlikely friends brought together through poetry in an Italian fishing village. Shun Li has moved to Italy to provide a better life for herself and her son. Bepi is an exile from Eastern Europe. Sharing stories of poetry, the two strike up a deep friendship. As local villagers share their disapproval, will Shun Li and Bepi’s budding relationship survive?

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What Maisie Knew Wednesday 15 January 7.30pm (bar open 6.45pm) Tickets: £7, £6 members

Dirs: Scott McGehee, David Siegel. 99 mins. Cert 15. Cast: Julianne Moore, Steve Coogan, Alexander Skarsgård.

Based on Henry James’ novella, What Maisie Knew is a tale of adult childishness and the unstoppable force of a child’s love. Locked in an epic war of personalities, ageing rockstar Susanna and art dealer Beale go to great lengths to gain custody of their 7-year-old daughter Maisie. Both racing to remarry, they draw new spouses nanny Margo and bartender Lincoln into the crossfire with very unexpected results. “Acted with knife-sharp precision” Time Out

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From Up On Poppy Hill

Sunday 26 January 11am Tickets: £4, £3 members Dir: Goro Miyazaki. 91 mins. Cert U. Voices: Sarah Bolger, Anton Yelchin, Christina Hendricks, Chris Noth.

A beautiful love story from the makers of Spirited Away and Ponyo. With Studio Ghibli’s vivid animation and storytelling, From Up On Poppy Hill follows the adventures of high school kids Umi and Shun as they try to save their beloved clubhouse from demolition. “You don’t watch a Studio Ghibli film so much as sink into it like a hot spring with groans of delight” Daily Telegraph 5

The Great Beauty

A Monster in Paris

Dir: Paolo Sorrentino. 152 mins. Cert 15. Italian with subtitles. Cast: Toni Servillo, Carlo Verdone, Sabrina Ferilli.

Dir: Bibo Bergeron. 90 mins. Cert U. Cast: Vanessa Paradis, Adam Goldberg, Catherine O’Hara, Danny Huston.

An exquisite portrait of Rome with echoes of Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.

An animated comedy featuring a mean police chief and a musical flea!

Jep Gambardella is an ageing arts journalist with a taste for parties and alluring women. When his 65th birthday coincides with a shock from the past, Jep takes stock of his life and begins to uncover the great beauty beneath the city’s extravagant parties.

When a wacky inventor, his camera crazy best friend and a madcap monkey are let loose in a laboratory they unwittingly create a giant flea named Franc.

Thursday 6 February 7.30pm (bar open 6.45pm) Tickets: £7, £6 members

“A simply breathtaking work of art with a very human, intensely cinematic heart” Little White Lies

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Saturday 15 February 11am Tickets: £4, £3 members

While the mean-spirited police chief hunts for the monster bug, feisty singer Lucille discovers the gentle flea has a wonderful talent. Can she and the gang save their new friend?

“This is one of those rare films that may change the way you view the world.” The Guardian

Museum Hours

Thursday 20 February 7.30pm (bar open 6.45pm) Tickets: £7, £6 members Dir: Jem Cohen. 104 mins plus film short. Cert 12A. German with subtitles. Cast: Mary Margaret O’Hara, Bobby Sommer, Ela Piplits.

An absorbing story exploring the power of art to both mirror and alter our lives. When a museum guard befriends an enigmatic visitor, the Kunsthistorisches Art Museum becomes a crossroads that leads the pair to explore their lives, Vienna and the Old Masters. Exquisitely photographed, Museum Hours reveals an unseen Vienna and offers a heartwarming ode to friendship.

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Like Father, Like Son

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Dir: Hirokazu Koreeda. 121 mins. Cert PG. Japanese with subtitles. Cast: Masaharu Fukuyama, Machiko Ono, Yoko Maki, Lily Franky.

Dir: Mamoru Hosoda. 117 mins. Cert PG. Cast: Kumiko Asô, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Megumi Hayashibara, Takuma Hiraoka.

Thursday 6 March 7.30pm (bar open 6.45pm) Tickets: £7, £6 members

Jury Prize Award Winner, Cannes 2013 A poignant yet playful film exploring the age old nature versus nurture debate. Like Father, Like Son tells the story of two families who discover their six-year-old boys were switched at birth. Suddenly the boys are thrown into very different lives and the adults are forced to question what it is to be a parent. “...watching Like Father, Like Son feels like paddling in a clear, sunlit spring” The Telegraph

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Sunday 9 March 11am Tickets: £4, £3 members

A beautifully romantic anime fairytale. Wolf Children is the touching coming-ofage story of a mother who moves to the countryside to raise her two werewolf children, Yumi and Ame. It’s a story of family life, growing up and choosing your own path. “The film works as the simplest of fairy tales, so scrumptious you’ll want to devour it whole.” This is London

“Le Week-end is barbed, funny and poignant.” The Independent

Le Week-end

Sunday 16 March 7.30pm (bar open 6.45pm) Tickets: £7, £6 members Dir: Roger Michell. 93 mins. Cert 15. Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Jim Broadbent, Lindsay Duncan, Olly Alexander.

A funny and poignant story of love, marriage and one couple’s mission to recover the fearlessness of youth. When Meg and Nick revisit Paris to revitalise their marriage they run into an old friend who gives them a new vision on life and love. Special French Platters available. Please order no later than 48 hours in advance.

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“At the centre of the film is Paulina Garcia’s brilliant, funny, moving performance, which won her the Best Actress award in Berlin earlier this year.” London Evening Standard on Gloria

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Kill Your Darlings

Dir: Sebastián Lelio. 110 mins plus film short. Cert 15. Spanish with subtitles. Cast: Paulina Garcia, Sergio Hernández, Diego Fontecilla.

Dir: John Krokidas. 104 mins. Cert 15. Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Michael C.Hall, Dane DeHaan, Ben Foster.

Thursday 3 April 7.30pm (bar open 6.45pm) Tickets: £7, £6 members

Sunday 13 April 7.30pm (bar open 6.45pm) Tickets: £7, £6 members

Venice Days International Award Winner 2013

Starring Silver Bear Best Actress winner Paulina Garcia as Gloria. An inspiring comedy drama about loneliness, self-discovery, relationships and female independence. Gloria fills her nights seeking love in ballrooms and making a party out of her solitude. Her fragile happiness changes when she meets Rodolfo, but he leaves her dancing between hope and despair. Can she find the strength to realise that all life’s lessons will leave her shining brighter?

A biographical drama starring Daniel Radcliffe as Beat Generation icon Allen Ginsberg. For Allen Ginsberg university was Mecca: a portal to art, intellect, culture and freedom. There he met Lucien Carr, William Burroughs and Jack Kerouac. This is their true story of friendship, love and murder and the pivotal year that sparked Ginsberg’s creative revolution. “...a dark beauty of a film that gets inside your head and stays there.” Rolling Stone

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The Metropolitan Opera Live in HD Tickets: £16 / £14 concessions (Members: £15 / £13) Doors open 45 minutes prior to the performance Dvořák’s Rusalka

Puccini’s La Bohème

Borodin’s Prince Igor

Mozart’s Così Fan Tutte

Saturday 8 February 5.55pm The great Renée Fleming returns to one of her signature roles, singing the enchanting “Song to the Moon” in Dvorák’s soulful fairy-tale opera. Saturday 1 March 5pm Dmitri Tcherniakov’s new production of Borodin’s Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, is a brilliant journey through the mind of its conflicted hero. Ildar Abdrazakov plays the title role.

Massenet’s Werther

Saturday 15 March 4.55pm Jonas Kaufmann stars as Werther in Massenet’s sublime adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary romance. The production is directed and designed by Richard Eyre and Rob Howell.

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Saturday 5 April 5.55pm Anita Hartig stars as Mimì with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover Rodolfo in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production of Puccini’s moving story of young love. Saturday 26 April 5.55pm Music Director James Levine conducts Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love.

Rossini’s La Cenerentola

Saturday 10 May 5.55pm Rossini’s Cinderella-inspired opera is conducted by Met Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi and stars mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato in the title role.

Delicious platters available to order in advance. See page 2.

Images from left to right: Werther and Rusalka

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Be part of the magic... Love Indie film? Become a Salisbury Arts Centre Member and you’ll be helping independent arts thrive in Salisbury and saving yourself up to £2 per film as a reward (£4 Family Members). For just £24 per year you’ll receive: • £1 off up to 2 tickets per show (4 for family members) • Exclusive café discounts • Invites to special events • A chance to opt in and vote at our AGM • Automatic entry into our loyalty card scheme to earn points to give you 1 free ticket for every 10 you buy Family membership is £36 Where will your money go? • Towards building a future for Salisbury Arts Centre and film in Salisbury • Towards providing free events and activities like Magic Lantern and Live Lunches • Towards subsidising arts activity to ensure as many people as possible have access to the arts • Towards keeping our beautiful building vibrant and alive Simply call the Box Office, pop in or visit the Support Us section of

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filmmakers Magic Lantern

Tuesdays 21 January, 18 February, 18 March and 15 April 7.30pm (bar open 7.15pm) This event is FREE

Filmmakers Anonymous

Thursdays 16 January - 27 March (not 20 February) 4.30 - 6pm • £63

A regular gathering of filmmakers and film fans for screenings, masterclasses and networking.

A ten week course for young people aged 13 - 19 years to work behind the camera, act in a film or help out on set to create their own group film.

This is your chance to learn from guest speakers and tutors and make new contacts who share your interest in film.

About the tutor:

Young Filmmakers Wednesdays 15 January 26 March (not 19 February) 4.30 - 6pm • £63

A ten week course for young people aged 10 - 13 years to enjoy a taste of filmmaking, learn exciting camera tricks and create fun stories for the big screen.

Simon Davison is a TV and Film writer, director and composer. His previous work has included documentaries, adverts and feature films including Captain Eager and the Mark of Voth, starring Tamsin Grieg. He is currently directing the feature 5 Greedy Bankers with Pippa Haywood and Ramon Tikaram.

About the tutor: Matthew Dean studied Film and Animation at the Arts Institute in Bournemouth and has been teaching animation at Salisbury Arts Centre for nearly 9 years. He has had plenty of experience entertaining young people and creating quality films and animations.

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Booking Book online at from Monday 9 December or call 01722 321744 from Tuesday 10 December (Open Tuesday - Sunday, 10am - 3pm). Tickets may be posted for 50p. Essential Companions go free. Children under 8 must be accompanied. Reservations may be made for films for up to 4 working days. Refunds and Exchanges only apply if a film is cancelled.

Access We live in the deconsecrated Church building on Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT. You can park in College Street or Salt Lane car parks, which are free after 6pm. We have two Disabled Parking spaces at the rear of the Arts Centre, accessed via Bedwin Street. Public transport is easily accessible with the bus station just 5 minutes away and the train station a 15 minute walk away. Public areas are accessible by ramps or lift. A disabled toilet is situated on the ground floor with full baby changing facilities. Infrared or Induction Loop systems are available.

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Salisbury Arts Centre Film Brochure Spring 2014  
Salisbury Arts Centre Film Brochure Spring 2014  

A guide to all the films and filmmaking workshops coming up at Salisbury Arts Centre in spring 2014.