Film and Live Screenings
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March â€“ April 2017 www.southhillpark.org.uk Âˇ 01344 484123 The creative heart of Berkshire
Dementia-Friendly Screenings at South Hill Park
All tickets £5.50 each
In partnership with South Hill Park, Bracknell Film Society is delighted to present dementia-friendly screenings specially-designed for people living with dementia and their carers. With lights left on low and sound level reduced, these relaxed screenings will be in the afternoon on the second Monday of each month. Doors open 1.30pm for a 2pm start, with a short interval. Complimentary refreshments will be provided after each film screening. All staff and volunteers are Dementia Friends
Mon 13 March
Mon 10 April
Mon 8 May
Dir. Norman Taurog, US, 1961, 97 mins Elvis Presley, Angela Lansbury, Joan Blackman
Dir. Randal Kleiser, US, 1978, 100 mins Olivia Newton-John, John Travolta, Stockard Channing, Frankie Avalon, Joan Blondell
Dir. Peter Yates, UK, 1963, 107 mins Cliff Richard, Lauri Peters, Melvyn Hayes
Fabulous musical comedy with Elvis as an ex-GI who comes home to Hawaii to work as a tour guide. Featuring Blue Hawaii, Rock-A-HulaBaby, Can’t Help Falling in Love... and more! Elvis, lovely scenery, lovelier girls and rock-a-hula songs – now that’s paradise!
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Dir. Ron Howard, US, 2016, 120 mins Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon
The cinema is fitted with an audio induction loop. Customers can use the T-setting on their hearing aids for clear film sound.
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The Beatles: Eight Days a Week
Wed 1 March 7.45pm
Family tickets (2+2) £18 Child price £2 (15yrs and under)
Oscars · BAFTAs Golden Globes
Good girl Sandy and greaser Danny fell in love over the summer. When they unexpectedly discover they’re now in the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their romance? An energetic and exciting musical homage to the age of rock ‘n’ roll!
The Beatles’ touring years, from the beginning of their career through to their last concert in San Francisco in 1966. Exceptional restored archive material and exclusive interviews make this the must-see documentary of the year. BAFTA Nominee
Four mechanics strike a deal – do up a double decker, drive it around Europe as a hotel and if successful they will be in charge of a whole fleet. Get in the holiday mood with Cliff and toe-tapping songs Bachelor Boy, The Next Time and, of course, Summer Holiday.
Thu 2 March 6.30pm (total programme approx 120 mins) Dir. Steven Cantor, UK/Ukr/Rus, 2016, 85 mins, English/Russian/Ukrainian Jade Hale-Christofi, Sergei Polunin
Broadcast live from the London Palladium, this exclusive event features the UK première of Dancer plus a live performance and Q&A with Sergei Polunin. A vibrant portrait of Sergei Polunin, one of the most sought-after male principals in the ballet world. With exclusive footage, this emotionally honest film depicts Polunin coming to terms with his own guilt regarding his family’s sacrifices, a process that consumes much of his adult life. Part of Lift Off Dance Festival 2017, see website for more information
Booking dates: Members from Mon 13 Feb, Non-members from Mon 20 Feb
Fri 3 March 10.30am Fri 3 March 2.30pm Fri 3 – Sun 5 March 7.45pm Sat 4 March 3pm
Dir. Garth Davis, Aus, 2016, 118 mins, English/Bengali/Hindi some subtitles Dev Patel, Sunny Pawar, Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara
A five-year-old Indian boy finds himself lost in Kolkata, thousands of miles from home. Years after being adopted in Australia he returns to India to find his real family. An amazing tale of resilience and determination. Golden Globe, BAFTA Nominee, OSCAR nominee
The Eagle Huntress
Sun 5 March 3pm
Inspirational story of a young girl who defies tradition to become the first ever female entrant in the Golden Eagle competition in her Mongolian homeland. Does the patriarch of the family stand by her decision or block her ambitions?
La La Land
Mon 6 March 2.30pm & 7.45pm Dir. Damian Chazelle, US, 2016, 128 mins Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, JK Simmons
A jazz pianist and an aspiring actress fall in love in contemporary Los Angeles. With a light tone, the chemistry and sheer charisma supplied by Stone and Gosling, who radiate charm, sincerity and vulnerability, make this a beguiling musical romance. Golden Globe – winner, OSCAR nominee
Notes on Blindness
Tue 7 March 7.45pm
Dir. Otto Bell, UK/Mong/US, 2016, 87 mins, Kazakh with subtitles and English narration Daisy Ridley (voice), Aisholpan Nurgaiv, Rys Nurgaiv
Bracknell Film Society Dirs. Pete Middleton/James Spinney, UK, 2016, 88 mins Dan Renton Skinner, Simone Kirby, John M Hull (voice), Marilyn Hull (voice)
Dir. Martin Scorsese, US, 2016, 161 mins Andrew Garfield, Liam Neeson, Adam Driver
Martin Scorsese has hit a career high with this searing, thoughtful literary adaptation about two Jesuit priests venturing into seventeenth-century Japan to locate their mentor and propagate Catholicism. Brutal spiritual epic to scald – and succour – your soul TELEGRAPH
Theologian and writer John Hull began to lose his sight shortly after the birth of his first son. A series of audio recordings of his experience create this intimate and acutely insightful account of one man’s sense of loss that is both cerebral and deeply heartfelt.
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Wed 8 March 7.45pm Fri 10 March 2.30pm
Fri 10 & Sun 12 March 7pm early start Sat 11 March 3pm
Wed 15 March 7.45pm Fri 17 March 10.30am
Dir. Ken Loach, UK/Fr/Bel, 2016, 100 mins Dave Johns, Hayley Squires, Dylan McKiernan
A 59-year-old joiner, unable to work, befriends a young single mother as they both struggle with the UK benefits system. This fierce, emphatic drama is overwhelmingly moving and a stark reminder of the profound injustices of life in contemporary Britain.
A wife records her thoughts and memories to help create the best life possible for her sons. Avoiding mawkishness and capturing the devotion of the couple, with Spall’s bluff charm and unexpected resourcefulness keeping the film rooted in reality.
A Streetcat Named Bob
Thu 16 March 7.45pm Fri 17 March 2.30pm
Fri 10 March 10.30am Sat 11 March 7.45pm Sun 12 March 3pm
Dir. Roger Spottiswoode, UK, 2016, 103 mins Luke Treadaway, Bob the Cat, Ruta Gedmintas, Joanne Froggatt
Heart-warming, cheering film, based on the international best-selling autobiography of James Bowen, a busker and recovering drug addict, whose life was transformed when he met a stray ginger cat.
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Dir. Niall Johnson, UK, 2016, 101 mins Rafe Spall, Emilia Fox, Elaine Cassidy
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Dir. Tate Taylor, US, 2016, 104 mins Emily Blunt, Hayley Bennett, Justin Theroux, Rebecca Ferguson
A divorcee becomes entangled in a missing persons investigation that promises to send shockwaves throughout her life. Based on Paula Hawkins’ hugely popular novel, this is drama at its gripping best. BAFTA Nominee
Wed 22 March 7.45pm
Mon 27 March 2.30 & 7.45pm
Dir. James Schamus, US, 2016, 108 mins Logan Lerman, Sarah Gadon, Tracy Letts
Dir. Clint Eastwood, US, 2016, 96 mins Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney
1951. A working-class student attends a small college where he struggles with sexual repression and cultural disaffection. Engaging adaption of Philip Roth’s 2008 novel, exposing entrenched attitudes, and the perils both of independence and doing what you’re told.
An American pilot becomes a hero after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order to save the flight’s passengers and crew. A true and truly heroic story told with elegance by a master filmmaker.
Thu 23 March 7.45pm
Fri 17 – Sun 19 March 7.45pm Sat 18 – Sun 19 March 3pm
Dir. Jim Jarmusch, US/Fr, 2016, 118 mins Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani, Helen-Jean Arthur
Dir. Pablo Larrain, Chil/Fr/US, 2016, 100 mins Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, Billy Crudup, John Hurt
Following the assassination of her husband, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith and define her husband’s historic legacy. A smart script and an outstanding central performance capture the film’s theme of sudden, shocking change. A singular vision GUARDIAN Golden Globe, BAFTA Nominee, OSCAR nominee
A bus driver-cum-poet writes verse on his lunch-break, taking inspiration from his passengers’ conversations. A picture of Paterson’s life is built through small, amusing details in this paean to the gentle delights afforded by small-town life. A balm to watch SIGHT & SOUND ★
Fri 24 March 7.45pm Sat 25 – Sun 26 March 3pm Dir. Mel Gibson, Aus/US, 2016, 139 mins Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Luke Bracey
A United Kingdom Mon 20 March 7.45pm Fri 24 March 10.30am Fri 24 March 2.30pm
Dir. Amma Asante, UA/UK, 2016, 111 mins David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike, Laura Carmichael
In the late 1940s, Prince Seretse Khama of Botswana caused an international stir when he married a white woman from London. Handsomely-made, superbly acted and genuinely moving story of forbidden romance and political intrigue.
The Unknown Girl Tue 21 March 7.45pm Dirs. Jean-Pierre Dardenne/Luc Dardenne, Bel/Fr, 2016, 107 mins, French with subtitles Adèle Haenel, Olivier Bonnaud, Jérémie Renier
A gifted idealistic doctor attempts to uncover the identity of a patient who died after she was refused treatment. Featuring a fine script and compelling performance from rising French star, Adèle Haenel, this is social realism at its finest. Morally challenging SIGHT & SOUND
Tue 28 March 7pm
A father tries to reconnect with his workaholic daughter as he accompanies her on a business trip. The charm and genius of this highly original, outrageously funny film is in what you don’t see coming. A humane, hilarious triumph VARIETY Golden Globe, BAFTA Nominee OSCAR nominee
Fri 31 March 10.30am Fri 31 March 2.30pm Fri 31 March 7.45pm Sat 1 April 3pm
True story of a conscientious objector who refused to carry arms during the Second World War. With a strong anti-war sentiment, Gibson wrestles with important subject matter and manages an adrenalin rush that’s hard to resist. Bruising, fantastically moving TELEGRAPH
Dir. Mick Jackson, UK/US, 2016, 110 mins Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall, Tom Wilkinson
Golden Globe, BAFTA Nominee, OSCAR nominee
T2 Trainspotting Sat 25 – Sun 26 March 7.45pm Dir. Danny Boyle, UK, 2017, 117 mins Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Jonny Lee Miller, Kelly Macdonald
Twenty years have gone by and Mark Renton returns home. Old friends are waiting: sorrow, loss, joy, vengeance, hatred, friendship, love, longing, fear, regret, diamorphine, self-destruction and mortal danger. A seductive sequel you won’t want to miss.
An acclaimed writer and historian must battle for historical truth to prove the Holocaust occurred when a renowned denier sues her for libel. Documenting a necessary triumph of truth, reason and forensic fact over ignorance and prejudice.
Birth of a Nation Sat 1 April 7.45pm Dir. Nate Parker, US, 2016, 120 mins Nate Parker, Armie Hammer, Aja Naomi King
A literate slave and preacher in the antebellum South, orchestrates an uprising. This incendiary drama won awards at Sundance Film Festival last year and defiantly asks viewers to review honestly America’s brutal racial past.
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Dir. Marin Ade, Ger, 2016, 162 mins, German with subtitles Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller, Michael Wittenborn
Fri 14 – Sat 15 April 7.45pm Sun 16 April 3pm Dir. Jeff Nichols, US, 2016, 123 mins Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga, Marton Csokas
Manchester by the Sea
True story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple in 60s Virginia, whose marriage led to a legal battle. Daringly underplayed drama that quietly brings to light a significant indelible part of American history. A touching tribute to love SIGHT & SOUND
Sun 2 April 3pm Sun 2 April 7.45pm
Dir. Roger Ross William, US, 2016, 92 mins Owen Suskind, Ron Suskind, Jonathan Freeman
Documentary about a child with autism whose family used Disney animated films to communicate with him. We follow Owen Suskind as he graduates to adulthood and to independence in an emotional story about love, loss and kinship. Irresistibly moving TELEGRAPH
Golden Globe Nominee, OSCAR nominee
Fri 7 April 2.30pm Sat 8 – Sun 9 April 7.45pm Sun 9 April 3pm
Mon 17 April 7.45pm
Dir. Stephen Gaghan, US, 2016, 121 mins Matthew McConaughey, Edgar Ramírez, Bryce Dallas Howard
Two men venture to the Indonesian jungle in search of gold. Based on a true story, this rags-to-riches saga entertains with its unpredictable and crafty turns. ★
Manchester by the Sea
Wed 12 – Thu 13 April 7.45pm
Dir. Kenneth Lonergan, US, 2016, 137 mins Casey Affleck, Michelle Williams, Kyle Chandler
Tue 4 April 7.45pm Dir. Robin Pront, Bel/Fr, 2016, 92 mins Veerle Baetens, Jan Bijvoet, Eric Godon
A man tries to prevent his brother being drawn back into a criminal lifestyle on his release from prison. This gripping slow-build crime film moves toward a Biblical showdown of resentment and revenge. ★
Wed 5 & Fri 7 April 7.45pm Fri 7 April 10.30am Sat 8 April 3pm
Dir. Morten Tyldum, US, 2016, 116 mins Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen
A spacecraft travelling to a distant planet malfunctions, and two passengers awakens 90 years early. Space romance with scorching chemistry between its leads and some breath-stopping zero gravity hijinks. OSCAR nominee
A man is asked to take care of his teenage nephew. This drama about love, loss and loneliness is so well written it is both devastatingly sad and acutely funny, and features a complex, brooding central performance. Possibly the best film you will see this year. A profound, meaningful gift TIMEOUT Golden Globe Winner Best Actor, BAFTA Nominee, OSCAR nominee
Fri 14 April 10.30am Fri 14 April 2.30pm Sat 15 April 3pm Sun 16 April 7.45pm
Dir. Theodore Melfi, US, 2016, 127 mins Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe
The true story of three black women who revolutionised computing and engineering to put Americans in space. This joyous film quietly reveals the extent to which the women depended on sympathetic allies, accidents of fortune, and sheer bloody mindedness.
Dir. Thomas Lilti, Fr, 2016, 102 mins, French with subtitles François Cluzet, Marianne Denicourt, Christophe Odent
A country doctor with a life-threatening illness is forced to concede that he needs help. Will he warm to the new doctor come to replace him? This persuasively low-key drama builds in intensity. Substantial, complex central characters GUARDIAN
Tharlo Tue 18 April 7.45pm Bracknell Film Society Dir. Pema Tseden, Chin 2015, 124 mins Tibetan/Mandarin with subtitles Shide Nyima, Yangshik Tso
In the city to obtain an ID card, shepherd Tharlo encounters a distinctly modern young Tibetan woman who changes his life. Striking black and white photography captures Tharlo’s sense of alienation, in an allegory for Tibet’s identity crisis and struggle to reconcile deep-rooted tradition with the inevitable march of modernity. Intense and measured… demands and rewards investment NY TIMES Plus short film Don’t Feed the Ducks Dir. Tom Edmondson, UK, 2015, 2 mins
First they’re coming for your bread, then they’re coming for you…
Golden Globe, BAFTA Nominee OSCAR nominee
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Fri 21 April 10.30am Fri 21 April 2.30pm Fri 21 & Sun 23 April 7.45pm
Dir. Denzel Washington, US, 2016, 139 mins Denzel Washington, Viola Davis, Mykelti Williamson
In Pittsburgh in the 1950s, a working class black man struggles to make ends meet. Viola Davis steals the film from a charismatic Washington, to deliver a heart-breaking performance of great emotion. Performances that set the screen ablaze AUSTIN CHRONICLE Golden Globe Winner, BAFTA Nominee OSCAR nominee
Sat 22 – Sun 23 April 3pm
Paths of Glory Thu 27 April 7.45pm Bracknell Film Society Dir. Stanley Kubrick, US, 1957, 87 mins Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker, Adolphe Menjou
After refusing to attack an enemy position, a group of French soldiers face execution. Banned in France for some 18 years on account of its anti-militarist sentiments, this searing film continues to impress with its striking blend of formal brilliance, economical storytelling and emotional directness. Kubrick’s best film GUARDIAN
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Dir. Garth Jennings, US/UK/Jap, 2016, 108 mins Voices: Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson
To save his beloved theatre an entrepreneurial koala holds auditions for a great singing competition. With refreshing ‘can do’ attitude, this never-predictable animation is a non-stop cavalcade of laughs, thrills, heart and terrific music. Golden Globe Nominee
Patriots Day Sat 22 April 7.45pm Dir. Peter Berg, US, 2016, 133 mins Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Bacon, John Goodman, JK Simmons
Dramatic account of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and aftermath, including the city-wide manhunt to find the terrorists responsible. An intelligently-cast and scripted re-creation, vivid and gripping. ★
Fri 28 April 10.30am Fri 28 April 2.30pm Fri 28 April 7.45pm Sat 29 April 3pm
Engaging and knowing film of the true story of Ray Kroc, a salesman who turned small-time fast food eatery McDonald’s into one of the biggest restaurant businesses in the world. Absorbing and subtle GUARDIAN ★
20th Century Women
Sat 29 April 7.45pm Sun 30 April 3pm Dir. Mike Mills, US, 2016, 118 mins Annette Bening, Greta Gerwig, Elle Fanning
Three women explore love and freedom in Southern California during the late 1970s. Delightful, funny and sometimes desperately sad, this tender, searching film is something to be cherished. Golden Globe Nominee, OSCAR nominee
Dir. Paul Verhoeven, Fr/Ger/Bel, 2016, 130 mins French with subtitles Isabelle Huppert, Laurent Lafitte, Anne Consigny
Sun 30 April 7.45pm
A successful businesswoman becomes caught up in a game of cat and mouse as she tracks down the man who raped her. Outrageous and violent black comedy, volatile and provocative, with Huppert and Verhoeven at the top of their game. A dangerous delight GUARDIAN
Dir. Barry Jenkins, US, 2016, 111 mins Alex Hibbert, Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris
The life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood, as he struggles to find his place in the world. A timeless story of human selfdiscovery and connection, Moonlight evokes clichés of African-American masculinity in order to shatter them Heart-breaking and deeply relevant GUARDIAN
All times shown are the curtain-up times. Please be seated 15 minutes before. Latecomers will not be admitted. Live transmitted live by satellite, delivered to the cinema during the actual performance through the cinema’s satellite system. Encore additional showings recorded live by satellite and transmitted within one month of the live event. Recorded live performances, pre-recorded and delivered by our digital system for optimum quality.
National Theatre Live Hedda Gabler Thu 9 March 7pm
160 mins including interval £20, Conc £19, Member £18
“I’ve no talent for life.” Just married. Bored already. Hedda longs to be free, tries to control those around her, only to see her own world unravel. Ruth Wilson plays the title role in a modern production of Ibsen’s masterpiece; a new version by Patrick Marber.
All’Opera Season Manon Lescaut Tue 14 March 7pm
210 mins TBC £20, Conc £19, Member £18
Puccini’s passionate adaptation of the classic novel about a free-spirited country girl who becomes the toast of Paris and finds herself torn between true love and a life of luxury. It was in 1893 on this very same stage of the Teatro Regio Turino that Puccini revealed himself as a masterful operatic composer.
Golden Globe Winner Best Drama, BAFTA Nominee, OSCAR nominee
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Dir. John Lee Hancock, US, 2016, 115 mins Michael Keaton, Linda Cardellini, Patrick Wilson
Tue 25 April 7.45pm
Golden Globe Winner Best Actress/ Best Foreign Language Film, OSCAR nominee
Live and recorded screenings
Royal Opera House Madama Butterfly Thu 30 March 7.15pm
165 mins incl 1 interval Sung in Italian with subtitles £20, Conc £19, Member £18
Puccini’s ravishing music brings alive this heart-breaking story of the seduction by a naval officer of a young, innocent geisha. Well known moments include the impassioned aria ‘Un bel dì’ (One fine day) as the abandoned Cio-Cio-San clings vainly to her dreams.
National Theatre Live Twelfth Night Thu 6 April 7pm
210 mins TBC £20, Conc £19, Member £18
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. in this joyous new production Tamsin Greig is Malvolia giving a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity.
Royal Opera House Ballet Jewels Tue 11 April 7.15pm
150 mins incl 2 intervals £20, Conc £19, Member £18
George Balanchine’s evocation of the sparkle of jewels is a brilliant ballet classic. The French Romantic music of Fauré provides the lyricism of ‘Emeralds’, while the fire of ‘Rubies’ comes from Stravinsky. Grandeur and elegance complete the ballet with the splendour of Imperial Russia and the peerless music of Tchaikovsky in ‘Diamonds’.
The Australian Ballet – The Fairy Tale Series Coppélia Wed 19 April 7.45pm RECORDED 135 mins incl interval £16.50, Conc £15.50, Members £14.50
Swanilda and Franz are in love... until a beautiful stranger appears in town. But Dr Coppelius’ haughty daughter is not what she seems, and Swanilda must rescue Franz from the magician’s sinister doll-filled lair – with the help of some fancy footwork! A sparkling tale of magic and mischief.
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Royal Shakespeare Company Julius Caesar
All’Opera Season Don Carlo Fri 5 May 7pm LIVE £20, Conc £19, Member £18
Wed 26 April 7pm
Royal Shakespeare Company Antony and Cleopatra Wed 24 May 7pm LIVE £20, Conc £19, Members £18
Running time TBC £20, Conc £19, Member £18
National Theatre Live NEW Peter Pan Sun 11 June 2pm recorded £16, Conc £15, Members £14, Family £45 All’Opera Season Die Entfuhrung Aus Dem Serail Mon 19 June 7pm LIVE £20, Conc £19, Member £18 National Theatre Live Salomé Thu 22 June 7pm live £20, Conc £19, Members £18
Royal Opera House Otello Wed 28 June 7.15pm LIVE £20, Conc £19, Member £18 National Theatre Live Angels In America: Millennium Approaches Thu 20 July 7pm LIVE £20, Conc £19, Members £18
Caesar returns from war, allconquering, but mutiny is rumbling through the corridors of power. Live from Stratford-upon-Avon, the Rome season opens as Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy.
Art on Screen Can’t get to those blockbuster art exhibitions at major galleries around the world? South Hill Park brings them to your favourite local cinema through described exhibitions offering access to the best of world art.
Exhibition on Screen The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism Wed 29 March 7.45pm NEW
National Theatre Live NEW Angels In America: Perestroika Thu 27 July 7pm LIVE £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Buy both together £36, Conc £34, Members £32 Royal Shakespeare Company Titus Andronicus Wed 9 Aug 7pm LIVE £20, Conc £19, Members £18
National Theatre Live Yerma Thu 31 Aug 7pmn live £20, Conc £19, Members £18
90 mins £20, Conc £19, Member £18
Taking a lead from French artists, American Impressionism developed a desire to preserve nature in a rapidly urbanising nation. From the hugely popular exhibition at the Florence Griswold Museum in Connecticut, we travel to studios, gardens and famous locations throughout the Eastern United States, UK and France. This mesmerising film is a feast for the eyes.
Exhibition on Screen Michelangelo: Love and Death Wed 14 June 7.45pm 90 mins £20, Conc £19, Member £18
National Theatre Live Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Thu 20 April 7pm
£20, Conc £19, Members £18
Against the backdrop of Hamlet, two hapless minor characters, take centre stage. As the young double act stumble their way in and out of the action, they become increasingly out of their depth as their version of the story unfolds. Starring Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire.
To coincide with a glorious new exhibition at the National Gallery, London, this film offers a full and fresh biography of Michelangelo who 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.
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How to find us South Hill Park is approx 7 mins drive from Bracknell town centre and is easily accessible from the M3 and M4. We are very well signposted – look out for the brown road signs saying ‘Arts Centre’ or showing a comedy mask. There is FREE parking at South Hill Park.
Become a member of South Hill Park Many benefits including priority booking and discount on tickets. See our website for more details. Certification explained Universal Parental guidance – general viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. With parental guidance – 12 years and under must be accompanied by someone over 18 years. Suitable only for persons of 15 years and older. May contain references to strong language, violence, drugs, nudity and sex. Suitable only for persons of 18 years and older. May contain explicit references to strong language, violence, drugs, nudity and sex. More detailed information can be found at www.bbfc.co.uk Concessions Concessions are available to children, students, registered unemployed, registered disabled and those 63 years and above. Please bring proof of status.
Screen Si Silver For those in retirement Come along to our weekly Friday matinées at 2.30pm. £6.60
Film ticket prices Mon–Thu evenings & all matinées £8.60, Conc £7.60, Members £7 Fri–Sun evenings £8.60, Members £7 BFS members £6.60 for BFS films Family (2+2) £18, Child £2
Bringing in Baby BiB Our popular Friday morning screenings for parents and carers of young babies. Fridays at 10.30am. Enjoy some of the best new film releases, screened with the lights up a touch and the sound down a little, just for the comfort of your youngsters.
Cinema hire The Cinema is available for commercial hire. Please call 01344 413514 for details.
Only adults with a baby (up to 1 year) will be admitted. Bottle-warming facilities and buggy parking are available together with baby changing facilities.
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Bracknell Film Society Bracknell Film Society welcomes everyone. Contact Julia Vickers on 0118 961 1392 or see www.bracknellfilmsoc.org
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