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MUM’S LIST (CERT TBC)

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FRI 27

LA LA LAND (12A) PASSENGERS (CERT TBC) DON’T BREATHE (15) - LATE NIGHT HORROR

3PM 6PM 9PM

SAT 28

MOLLY MOON & THE INCREDIBLE BOOK OF HYPNOTISM (U) PASSENGERS (CERT TBC) LA LA LAND (12A)

2PM 5PM 8PM

SUN 29

BLUE VELVET (18) - PRE FILM TALK LA LA LAND (12A) PASSENGERS (CERT TBC)

2PM 5PM 7.30PM

MON 30

PASSENGERS (CERT TBC) LA LA LAND (12A)

5PM 8PM

TUE 31

LA LA LAND (12A) BLEED FOR THIS (15)

5PM 8PM

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Seat K13 reserved for usher during live theatre performances.

5PM 8PM

AMADEUS – NT LIVE

7PM

SAT 4

BALLERINA (U) 100 STREETS (15) ALLIED (15)

2PM 5PM 8PM

SUN 5

SWAN LAKE – BOLSHOI BALLET ENCORE

3PM

MON 6

ALLIED (15) HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE (12A) 100 STREETS (15)

2PM 5PM 8PM

TUE 7

OUT OF AFRICA (PG) - LIT AT LUNCH FILM ALLIED (15) HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE (12A)

2.30PM 6PM 8.30PM

WED 8

AMERICAN PASTORAL (15) ALLIED (15)

5PM 8PM

THU 9

ALLIED (15) AMERICAN PASTORAL (15)

5PM 8PM

SAT 11

MOANA (PG) AMERICAN PASTORAL (15) CHI- RAQ (15)

2PM 5PM 8PM

SUN 12

MOANA (PG) CHI- RAQ (15) NOCTURNAL ANIMALS (15)

2PM 5PM 8PM

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TUE 10

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - LIT AT LUNCH FILM ARRIVAL (12A) IN PURSUIT OF SILENCE (PG)

WED 11

THE TEMPEST – RSC LIVE

7PM

THU 12

NO MAN’S LAND – NT ENCORE BURN BURN BURN (15) ARRIVAL (12A)

1PM 5PM 8PM

SAT 14

PHANTOM BOY (PG) ARRIVAL (12A) BURN BURN BURN (15)

2PM 5PM 8PM

MON 13

MOANA (PG) NOCTURNAL ANIMALS (15) COLLATERAL BEAUTY (12A)

2PM 5PM 8PM

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NABUCCO – MET OPERA

2PM

TUE 14

5PM 8PM

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FIND US

SULLY (12A) PATERSON (15)

MOANA (PG) COLLATERAL BEAUTY (12A) 20TH CENTURY WOMEN (15)

TUE 17 THU 19

PATERSON (15) SULLY (12A)

5PM 8PM

WED 15

ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) 20TH CENTURY WOMEN (15) COLLATERAL BEAUTY (12A)

1PM 5PM 8PM

SULLY (12A) A UNITED KINGDOM (12A)

5PM 8PM

THU 16

ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY (12A) SAINT JOAN – NT LIVE

11AM 7PM

FRI 20 SAT 21 SUN 22 MON 23

A UNITED KINGDOM (12A) SULLY (12A)

5PM 8PM

FRI 17

ROMEO ET JULIETTE - MET OPERA

5.55PM

MINIONS (U) A MONSTER CALLS (12A) 20TH CENTURY WOMEN (15)

3PM 5.30PM 8PM 1PM 5PM 8PM 2PM

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BRIDGET JONES’S BABY (15) CAPTAIN FANTASTIC (15) BRIDGET JONES’S BABY (15) CAPTAIN FANTASTIC (15) STARFISH (15) STARFISH (15) QUEEN OF KATWE (PG) THE BEATLES – EIGHT DAYS A WEEK (12A) THE BEATLES – EIGHT DAYS A WEEK (12A) QUEEN OF KATWE (PG) NO MAN’S LAND – NT LIVE STARFISH (15) BRIDGET JONES’S BABY (15) L’AMOUR DE LOIN – MET OPERA THE NUTCRACKER – BOLSHOI BALLET DOCTOR STRANGE (12A) FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM (12A) FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM (12A) DOCTOR STRANGE (12A) DOCTOR STRANGE (12A) FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM (12A) KUBO & THE TWO STRINGS (PG) FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM (12A) ETHEL AND ERNEST (PG) KUBO & THE TWO STRINGS (PG) ETHEL AND ERNEST (PG) FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM (12A) FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM (12A) TROLLS (PG) JACK REACHER: NEVER GO BACK (12A) A STREET CAT NAMED BOB (12A) TROLLS (PG) A STREET CAT NAMED BOB (12A) JACK REACHER: NEVER GO BACK (12A) TROLLS (PG) MAGNUS (12A) A STREET CAT NAMED BOB (12A) TROLLS (PG) RELAXED SCREENING A STREET CAT NAMED BOB (12A)

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DECEMBER

SUN 11, 2PM & 5PM | MON 12, 2PM | FRI 16, 8PM

BRIDGET JONES’S BABY (15)

SUN 11, 8PM | MON, 12, 5PM

CAPTAIN FANTASTIC (15) Dir: Matt Ross USA 2016 1hr 58mins With: Viggo Mortensen, Samantha Isler

DECEMBER

DECEMBER

BOLSHOI BALLET

MON 12, 8PM SOLD OUT | TUE 13, 2PM | FRI 16, 5PM

STARFISH (15)

A second chance to see this heartbreaking story of local man Tom Ray who was afflicted with sepsis and within days suffered harrowing life-saving surgery. A remarkable film.

DECEMBER

THE NUTCRACKER

TROLLS (PG)

DOCTOR STRANGE (12A)

Dir: Scott Derrikson USA 2016 1hr 55mins With: Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton

Dir: Mira Nair USA 2016 2hrs 4mins With: David Oyelowo, Lupita Nyong’o

Benedict Cumberbatch pulls out all the stops to deliver this spectacular origin story of a former top surgeon who discovers his mystical powers and is soon saving the world from some very dark forces.

Disney’s rags-to-riches tale of a Ugandan chess champion might leave you with a lump in your throat but also with a sense of admiration for a girl from the slums of Kampala who rose to the pinnacle of her game.

DECEMBER TUE 13, 8PM | WED 14, 5PM

THE BEATLES – EIGHT DAYS A WEEK (12A) Dir: Ron Howard USA/UK 2016 2hrs

This engrossing documentary covers the touring years of The Beatles from 1962 to 1966 via remarkable footage of the band and their fans. A deeply satisfying portrait of “Beatlemania”.

B O O K O N L I N E 2 4 / 7 WWW.STAMFORDARTSCENTRE.COM

MON 19, 8PM | TUE 20, 5PM | WED 21, 8PM | THU 22, 5PM FRI 23, 8PM | SAT 24, 11AM & 2PM

WED 28, 2PM | THU 29, 2PM | FRI 30, 2PM SAT 31, 11AM – RELAXED SCREENING

An all-new adventure returning us to the wizarding world created by J. K. Rowling.  Set in 1926 New York, Eddie Redmayne plays Newt, a collector of magical creatures, who stumbles into a war between competing wizards that he must win at all costs.

This all-action sequel to 2012’s Jack Reacher sees Lee Child’s resourceful enemy of the bad-guys (Cruise on steely top form) uncover a US Army conspiracy while on the run to clear his name. An escapist treat.

Dir: David Yates UK/USA 2016 2hrs 12mins With: Eddie Redmayne, Colin Farrell

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TUE 10, 2.30PM LITERTURE AT LUNCHTIME FILM

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (U)

Two young gentlemen living in 1890’s England use the same pseudonym on the sly, which is fine until they fall in love with women using that name, which leads to a comedy of mistaken identities. Don’t miss the talk at 12.30pm

by Dr Jane Mackay. Film ticket £5.50 (£5) Talk ticket £6.50 (£6)

At our relaxed screenings, low lights will be left on and the volume of the soundtrack is reduced. It’s fine to move around or take a break during the film. Screenings are suitable for families with children who have an autistic condition, sensory and communication disorders or a learning disability. Tickets: £5 Co-promoted by Grantham Autistic Information Network.

JACK REACHER: NEVER GO BACK (12A)

JANUARY

Dir: Oliver Parker UK 2002 1hr 37mins With: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth

SAT 31, 11AM – RELAXED SCREENING

FANTASTIC BEASTS & WHERE TO FIND THEM (12A)

MAGNUS (U)

“REMARKABLE, AND TRULY INSPIRATIONAL” HOLLYWOOD NEWS

From the makers of the Shrek movies this colourful family film pits the happy-golucky trolls against their unhappy and dangerous cousins the Bergens. A lovely comedy filled with music, heart and hairraising adventures.

DECEMBER

FRI 30, 5PM

A fascinating portrait of the Norwegian child chess genius Magnus Carlsen who became a Grandmaster at the age of 13 and is currently the World’s No 1 Champion of the game.

Dirs: Mike Mitchell, Walt Dohrn USA 2016 1hr 32mins Voiced by: Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake

MON 19, 5PM | TUE 20, 8PM | WED 21, 5PM

DECEMBER Dir: Benjamin Ree Norway 2016 1hr 18mins Documentary

SUN 18, 3PM - ENCORE

DECEMBER

QUEEN OF KATWE (PG)

THU 22, 8PM | FRI 23, 5PM

Based on Snowman creator Raymond Brigg’s graphic novel about his loving parents and their ordinary lives during extraordinary times, this hand-drawn animation is utterly charming.

2hrs 15 mins £14 (£12) Family of four £48 TUE 13, 5PM | WED 14, 8PM

The film of the bestseller about a recovering drug addict whose life is literally saved by a ginger cat called Bob is both a powerful statement about self-belief and how the love of a furry animal can bring genuine solace.

Dir: Roger Mainwood UK 2016 1hr 34mins Voiced by: Brenda Blethyn, Jim Broadbent

Hurry for tickets for this yuletide treat! Danced by the Bolshoi’s principals, Hoffmann’s fairy tale staged by Russian ballet master Yuri Grigorovich will transport children and adults alike to a world of magic and wonder for the Christmas season. Captured live on 21 Dec 2014.

Dir: Bill Clark UK 2016 1hr 32mins With: Joanne Froggatt, Tom Riley

DECEMBER

WED 28, 8PM | THU 29, 5PM | FRI 30, 8PM | SAT 31, 2PM

Dir: Roger Spottiswoode UK 2016 1hr 43mins With: Luke Treadaway, Ruta Gedmintas

ETHEL AND ERNEST(PG)

Commissioned by the Salzburg Festival, Kaija Saariaho’s breakthrough opera finally has its Metropolitan Opera premiere in a dazzling new production by Robert Lepage. Eric Owens is the knight on a quest of love and Susanna Phillips is his lover. 2hrs 58mins £20 (£18)

“CHARMINGLY ECCENTRIC, SWEET, AND FUNNY” ENTERTAINMENT

DECEMBER

SAT 17, 7PM - ENCORE

DECEMBER

A STREET CAT NAMED BOB (12A)

A truly gorgeous animation, this captivating story of a boy, a monkey, and a magical stringed instrument is a delight throughout.

L’AMOUR DE LOIN

Ben is the father of six kids living amidst the remote glories of the Pacific Northwest, far from modern life. But ultimately forced to compromise his views, Ben and the family embark on a revealing trip back to society.

THU 22, 2PM | FRI 23, 2PM

Dir: Travis Knight USA 2016 1hr 41mins Voiced by: Charlize Theron, Matthew McConaughey, Ralph Fiennes

2hrs 30mins approx - £14 (£12) £10 students/groups

DECEMBER

DECEMBER

KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS (PG)

Following their hit run on Broadway, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart return to the West End in Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land. Don’t miss this glorious revival of Pinter’s comic classic. The broadcast will be followed by an exclusive Q&A with the cast and director Sean Mathias.

Responding to our many customers who can’t get enough of the new Bridget Jones movie we’ve put on some extra screenings in the run-up to Christmas. Enjoy!

DECEMBER

THU 15, 7PM – LIVE | THU 12 JAN, 1PM – ENCORE

NO MAN’S LAND (15)

Dir: Sharon Maguire UK/Fr/Ire/USA 2hrs With: Renée Zellweger, Patrick Dempsey, Colin Firth

DECEMBER

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WED 28, 5PM | THU 29, 8PM

Dir: Edward Zwick USA 2016 1hr 58mins With: Tom Cruise, Cobie Smulders

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JANUARY

TUE 10, 5.30PM | THU 12, 8PM | SAT 14, 5PM

ARRIVAL (12A)

Dir: Denis Villeneuve USA 2016 1hr 56mins With: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner After several gigantic spacecraft land around the globe and appear to be capable of communication, it falls to an American linguist to crack their language and reveal their astonishing message. Impressive and intelligent sci-fi.

JANUARY

TUE 10, 8PM

IN PURSUIT OF SILENCE (PG)

Dir: Patrick Shen Belg/China/USA/Jap/UK 2015 1hr 21mins Documentary Allow yourself some post Christmas quiet time with this thoughtful meditation on the impact of noise on our lives and our need to find silence to survive.

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JANUARY

DECEMBER - FEBRUARY 2016/17

JANUARY

WED 11, 7PM – LIVE

THE TEMPEST

3hrs approx + 20 mins interval £14 (£12) £10 students/groups

BURN BURN BURN (15)

Dir: Chanya Button UK 2016 1hr 46mins With: Laura Carmichael, Chloe Pirrie Two women agree to tour the country spreading the ashes of their recently dead friend Dan from a Tupperware jar. This very British black comedy is funny, sad, and surprisingly affecting.

PHANTOM BOY (PG)

A non-CGI animation about a boy recovering from cancer who can leave his body in order to fight a master criminal in New York, Phantom Boy has thrills and spills a plenty for all the family.

JANUARY

The first animated film to appear in Official Competition at the London Film Festival this remarkable cinematic experience follows the intertwined lives of two teenagers after the arrival of a comet. Astonishing. THU 19, 8PM | FRI 20, 5PM

Somerset couple Singe and Kate are devastated when Kate is diagnosed with incurable breast cancer. Yet over her final days she creates a list that will help her family live their lives to the full.

SAT 21, 5.55PM – LIVE

ROMEO ET JULIETTE

The legendary Plácido Domingo brings another new baritone role to the Met under the baton of his longtime collaborator James Levine. Liudmyla Monastyrska is Abigaille, the warrior woman determined to rule empires, and Jamie Barton is the heroic Fenena in Verdi’s rich treasure.

3hrs 4mins £20 (£18)

MON 16, 5PM | TUE 17, 8PM | THU 19, 5PM | FRI 20, 8PM

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY

In this resplendent and magical classic, the Bolshoi dancers take us on a dreamlike journey through the famous fairy tale, complete with jewel fairies, a magical kingdom, a youthful princess and a handsome prince. A must-see!

2hrs 20mins £14 (£12)

MON 23, 5PM | TUE 24, 8PM | WED 25, 5PM

THE INNOCENTS (15)

SULLY (12A)

In 2009, Capt “Sully” Sullenberger was forced to make an emergency landing on New York’s Hudson River after his plane was struck by a flock of birds. This life-changing event is astutely recreated by Eastwood and Hanks is on top form. Superb.

Based on the true story of a French Red Cross worker who discovered a convent where several nuns had been impregnated by Nazi soldiers in Poland during the war, this powerful film poses many emotional questions.

Dir: Clint Eastwood USA 2016 1hr 36mins With: Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart

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FRI 27, 3PM | SAT 28, 8PM | SUN 29, 5PM | MON 30, 8PM TUE 31, 5PM | WED 1 FEB, 8PM

Dir: Damien Chazelle USA 2016 2hrs 8mins With: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone

JANUARY

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Feast your eyes on this timely digital restoration of David Lynch’s luxuriously dark masterpiece wherein a nice young man finds a severed ear that leads him into the company of depraved psychopaths. You have been warned.

Stamford’s film programmer Alan AldersonSmith will deliver a brief introduction.

JANUARY

TUE 31, 8PM | WED 1 FEB, 5PM

BLEED FOR THIS (15)

Dir: Ben Younger USA 2016 1hr 56mins With: Miles Teller, Katey Sagal

FRI 27, 6PM | SAT 28, 5PM | SUN 29, 7.30PM | MON 30, 5PM

The inspirational story of World Champion Boxer Vinny Pazienza who, after a near fatal car crash which left him not knowing if he’d ever walk again, made one of sport’s most incredible comebacks.

FEBRUARY

PASSENGERS (CERT TBC)

BOLSHOI BALLET

Dir: Anne Fontaine France 2016 1hr 55mins Subtitled With: Lou de Laâge, Agata Buzek

Dir: David Lynch USA 1986 2hrs With: Kyle MacLachlan, Dennis Hopper

La La Land is a film that reinvents the classic Hollywood musical in contemporary terms. Singing, dancing, breaking our hearts, this film will cure you of gloomy thoughts and send you swooning with love from and for the joy of cinema. Outstanding. SUN 22, 3PM - ENCORE

JANUARY

LA LA LAND (12A)

SUN 29, 2PM

BLUE VELVET (18)

Dir: Niall Johnson UK 2016 1hr 38mins With: Rafe Spall, Emilia Fox

JANUARY

Georgia Byng’s delightful children’s book is turned into a film where the smart Molly Moon and her special book become rich and famous until a crook forces her to share its secrets.

JANUARY

London in 1948 was a drab place for the future King of Botswana to be studying but it was there that he fell in love and married Ruth, a white office worker. This marvellous film shows the consequences of their actions following their return to Africa.

Dir: Amma Asante UK 2016 1hr 51mins With: Rosamund Pike, David Oyelowo

SAT 28, 2PM

Dir: Christopher N. Rowley UK 2016 1hr 38mins With: Anne-Marie Duff, Emily Watson

WED 25, 8PM | THU 26, 2PM

MUM’S LIST (CERT TBC)

JANUARY

NABUCCO

JANUARY

A UNITED KINGDOM (12A)

3hrs 30mins £20 (£18)

SUN 15, 2PM - ENCORE

JANUARY

Cult film-maker Jim Jarmusch continues to amaze with this beautifully constructed ode to small people leading simple lives - here a bus-driver/poet and his girlfriend - in the sleepy city of Paterson, New Jersey.

JANUARY

MOLLY MOON & THE INCREDIBLE BOOK OF HYPNOTISM (U)

Dir: Makoto Shinkai Japan 2016 1hr 46mins Subtitled

Diana Damrau and Vittorio Grigolo are back as opera’s classic lovers, in Gounod’s lush Shakespeare adaptation. Bartlett Sher’s production has won acclaim for its vivid 18thcentury milieu and stunning costumes.

Dirs: Jean-Loup Felicioli, Alain Gagnol Fr/Belg 2015 1hr 24mins Voiced by: Robert Creighton, Vincent d’Onofrio

MON 23, 8PM | TUE 24, 5PM

YOUR NAME (12A)

JANUARY SAT 14, 2PM

JANUARY

PATERSON (15)

JANUARY THU 12, 5PM | SAT 14, 8PM

JANUARY

MON 16, 8PM | TUE 17, 5PM

Dir: Jim Jarmusch USA 2016 1hr 53mins With: Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani

In a unique partnership with Intel, the RSC will be using today’s most advanced technology in a bold reimagining of Shakespeare’s magical play, creating an unforgettable theatrical experience. Simon Russell Beale returns to the RSC after 20 years to play Prospero in a production directed by Artistic Director Gregory Doran.

JANUARY

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THU 2, 7PM – LIVE | SUN 26 FEB, 2PM - ENCORE

Dir: Morten Tyldum USA 2016 TBC With: Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt

AMADEUS

Essentially a love story set in space, Passengers recounts the interaction between a man and a woman travelling on a 120 year voyage who are accidentally woken up from hyper-sleep still 90 years from their destination. Awesome.

Lucian Msamati (Game of Thrones) plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast with orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia. Mozart, a rowdy young prodigy, arrives in Vienna determined to make a splash. Jealous court composer Salieri begins a war with Mozart, with music, and ultimately, with God. 3hrs 30mins approx including

LATE NIGHT HORROR

JANUARY

MUSIC | POWER | JEALOUSY

FRI 27, 9PM

DON’T BREATHE (15)

Dir: Fede Alvarez USA 2016 1hr 28mins With: Stephen Lang, Jane Levy After a trio of young petty thieves break into a house occupied by a blind ex-war veteran little do they know that they have entered an inner ring of hell and cannot escape.

“A MUSCULAR EXERCISE IN BRUTAL, RELENTLESS PERIL” VARIETY

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interval - £14 (£12) £10 students/groups

FEBRUARY

BALLERINA (U)

Dirs: Eric Summer, Éric Warin USA 2016 1hr 30mins Voiced by: Elle Fanning, Dane DeHaan Set in 19th century France, aspiring ballerina Félicie, escapes her rural background and arrives in Paris pretending to be a ballet student at the famous Opera. A lovely, lively, animated sweetie.

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DECEMBER - FEBRUARY 2016/17

FEBRUARY

SAT 4, 5PM | MON 6, 8PM

100 STREETS (15)

SAT 4, 8PM | MON 6, 2PM | TUE 7, 6PM | WED 8, 8PM | THU 9, 5PM

ALLIED (15)

SUN 5, 3PM - ENCORE

SWAN LAKE

FEBRUARY

SAT 11, 8PM | SUN 12, 5PM

CHI-RAQ (15)

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE (12A) 

FEBRUARY

NOCTURNAL ANIMALS (15) Fashion designer turned film-maker Tom Ford’s second feature is a multi-layered thriller that flits between the artificial world of LA art galleries and the grungy wastes of West Texas wherein a woman reads a novel by her exhusband that takes on a bloody life of its own.

A boy and his foster father become the subjects of a manhunt after they get stranded in the New Zealand wilderness. Waititi’s offbeat comedy is one of the unlikeliest buddy movies since Planes, Trains and Automobiles. TUE 7, 2.30PM LITERTURE AT LUNCHTIME FILM

Dir: Sydney Pollack US/Den 1986 2hrs 41mins With: Robert Redford, Meryl Streep Academy award winning film set in 20th-century colonial Kenya, where a Danish baroness/ plantation owner has a love affair with a freespirited big-game hunter. Don’t miss the talk

at 12.30pm by Dr Jane Mackay

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FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY

THU 16, 7PM - LIVE

Gemma Arterton is Joan of Arc, broadcast live from the Donmar Warehouse. Bernard Shaw’s classic play follows the life and trial of a young country girl who declares a bloody mission to drive the English from France. Josie Rourke directs Gemma Arterton as Joan of Arc in this electrifying production. SUN 12, 8PM | MON 13, 5PM

TUE 14, 8PM | WED 15, 5PM | FRI 17, 8PM | SAT 18, 5PM

20th CENTURY WOMEN (15) Dir: Mike Mills USA 2016 1hr 58mins With: Elle Fanning, Annette Bening

California 1979. Determined single mum Dorothea is in her mid-50s and trying to raise her teenage son. But when she invites two younger female friends to set the boy right, will their influence help or hinder him? An impressive comedy drama.

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Running time TBC - £14 (£12) £10 students/groups

FEBRUARY

FAMILY OPEN DAY FILM

FRI, 17, 3PM

MINIONS (U)

ARTSCENE MEMBERSHIP

FILMS Evenings £6.50 (£6) Artscene member £5.50 Matinees £5.50 Artscene member £5 Family of 4 matinee ticket £20 - £1 lap tickets available from the box office for under 2s for family films.

Become an Artscene member and get a priority booking period and discounted tickets for cinema and other live events. Membership is £19 per year for one person or £24 for two people. Please call the box office for further information.

SATELLITE SCREENINGS These are individually priced.

There is a platform lift to the cinema. We have an accessible toilet and induction loop. Please advise the box office if a wheelchair space is required. There is parking for disabled badge holders in St Mary’s Street and St George’s Square. CEA cards are now accepted. See website for terms and conditions.

Hot and cold drinks, ice-creams and sweets are on sale at our Kiosk before each film. The Coffee Shop is open Mon to Sat 9.30am to 8pm (and some Sundays) for a range of food and drinks. The Cellar bar is open from 7pm on film nights and a discount is available on presentation of your ticket! The Gallery bar will be open for all satellite screenings.

ACCESS

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

BOX OFFICE

Under 12s must be accompanied by an adult. A £1 (per transaction) fee is charged for online tickets. We cannot do cash refunds, but for a sold out film we can try to re-sell unwanted tickets. (£1 admin fee).

Open Mon to Sat 9.30am to 8pm Sundays from one hour before screenings.

The management reserves the right to change the programme if necessary.

FOR A LARGE PRINT VERSION PLEASE TELEPHONE 01780 763203 OR EMAIL MARKETING@STAMFORDARTSCENTRE.COM FILM CLASSIFICATIONS

Dir: Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin USA 2015 1hr 30mins Voiced: Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm

Join us for a special screening of Minions as a fitting end to our Family Open Day!

SPECIAL FILM PRICE £1

FEBRUARY

TICKET PRICES

KIOSK, COFFEE SHOP AND BAR

SAINT JOAN

Dir: Tom Ford USA 2016 1hr 57mins With: Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams

Dir: Taika Waititi New Zealand 2016 1hr 41mins  With: Sam Neill, Julian Dennison

ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY (12A)

Set in the Star Wars universe shortly before the events of the original film, this first standalone story centres on a group of Rebel spies out to steal the plans for the Empire’s new weapon, the Death Star.

Aristophanes’ classic play Lysistrata is recast amidst the black on black gang wars of modern day Chicago (or Chi-raq) as the wives and girlfriends of violent men withhold their sexual favours until peace is restored. Strident and powerful. MON 6, 5PM | TUE 7, 8.30PM

WED 15, 1PM | THU 16, 11AM | SAT 18, 1PM

Dir: Gareth Edwards USA 2016 2hrs 30mins With: Felicity Jones, Mads Mikkelsen

Dir: Spike Lee USA 2016 2hrs 7mins With: Angela Bassett, Samuel L Jackson

In the dual role of Odette and Odile, prima ballerina Svetlana Zakharova exudes both vulnerability and cunning through superb technical mastery. Including breathtaking scenes with the Bolshoi’s corps de ballet, this is classical ballet at its finest. Captured live on 25 Jan 2015. 2hrs 30mins £14 (£12)

OUT OF AFRICA (PG)

SAT 11, 2PM | SUN 12, 2PM | MON 13, 2PM | TUE 14, 2PM

Half term fun! Moana is an adventurous teenager who, with help from Pacific Ocean demigod Maui, sails out on a daring mission to prove herself a master wayfinder and save her people.

BOLSHOI BALLET

FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY

Dirs: Ron Clements, John Musker Voiced by: Dwayne Johnson, Auli’i Cravalho

During WW2 a British intelligence officer teams-up with a female French Resistance fighter in North Africa and they jointly take on a deadly mission. But later, back in London, their relationship is tested when the woman is suspected of disloyalty.

FEBRUARY

When a successful advertising executive retreats from life after losing his daughter, his colleagues devise a drastic plan to force him to confront his grief in a surprising and profoundly human way.

MOANA (PG) (TBC)

Dir: Robert Zemeckis USA 2016 2hrs With: Brad Pitt, Marion Cotillard

MON 13, 8PM | TUE 14, 5PM | WED 15, 8PM

Dir: David Frankel USA 2016 1hr 34mins With: Will Smith, Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren

Ewan McGregor’s directorial debut weaves a fine film out of Philip Roth’s troubling novel about a pillar of the community whose world falls apart when his daughter becomes a terrorist in the late 1960s. Compelling.

FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY

COLLATERAL BEAUTY (12A)

Dir: Ewan McGregor USA 2016 1hr 48mins With: Ewan McGregor, Jennifer Connelly, Dakota Fanning

Telling a trio of stories about three people living within a hundred London streets of each other, their interconnecting stories paint a picture of a society where a person is often loneliest within a crowd.

FEBRUARY

WED 8, 5PM | THU 9, 8PM | SAT 11, 5PM

AMERICAN PASTORAL (15)

Dir: Jim O’Hanlon UK 2016 1hr 33mins With: Idris Elba, Gemma Arterton

FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY

DECEMBER - FEBRUARY 2016/17

FRI 17, 5.30PM | SAT 18, 8PM

A MONSTER CALLS (12A)

Dir: J.A. Bayona Spain/USA 2016 1hr 48mins With: Sigourney Weaver, Felicity Jones, Liam Neeson

An astonishing film about our capacity to cope with the ultimate fact of death, this intense, miraculous, and absorbing tale of a boy trying to deal with his mother’s passing is profound and emotionally shattering.

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Universal.

Suitable for all.

Parental Guidance.

General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children.

12 Advisory.

May be unsuitable for children under 12. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Passed for persons aged 15 and over.

May contain strong language and/or sexual nudity and/or violence.

Passed for persons aged 18 and over.

Likely to contain very strong language and/or strong sexual nudity and/or strong violence.

Please consider the classification of films carefully. Although you may be over 18, if you are easily offended please do not choose films with this certificate. We cannot be held responsible in the event that a patron is offended by the content of any film. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. We now allow under 2s into the auditorium to family films with a £1 lap ticket.

BOX OFFICE 01780 763203 WWW.STAMFORDARTSCENTRE.COM


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