CINEMA MAR - APR 2014
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HELLO Away from the awards candidates, there was a cluster of films that I saw at film festivals last year that made me sit up and take notice: here was something fresh and different. I loved Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive, a wry, romantic, rock’n’roll vampire movie which is not much about rock’n’roll nor vampires, but a glorious piece of romantic decadence with Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton looking wonderful and rejoicing in a droll script. Under the Skin is visually arresting and challenging. It is an updated Man Who Fell to Earth in Glasgow. Jonathan Glazer has created a truly unique film that fuses fantasy with mundane reality. I warmly encourage you to see both of these films as they will take you somewhere new. There’s also the opportunity to see several award contenders that you may have missed the first time round. One that I would highlight is The Great Beauty, the visually rich Felliniesque portrait of Rome which makes as strong a case as you may ever need to see films on the big screen. Other big screen events include a couple of reissues: Gone With the Wind, which sold out at the Christmas screening, and another epic, The Godfather Part II, will be shown at the end of April, allowing us to see it properly for the first time in thirty years. There are also some fascinating documentaries to provoke discussion. Contemporary maverick film-maker Alex Gibney has made The Armstrong Lie, the portrait of cyclist Lance Armstrong which transforms from hymn of praise to damning indictment of a liar and a cheat. The Square is a view of the Egyptian revolution from street level in Tahrir Square, which is by turns exhilarating and terrifying.
John Gore Film Programmer
Cover image: The Book Thief (p07)
Her 15 Fri 28 Feb & Sun 2 – Thu 6 Mar Dir: Spike Jonze US 2013 120mins Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Scarlett Johansson Director Spike Jonze (Being John Malkovich) tackles the issue of intimacy in the digital age, with Joaquin Phoenix as Theodore Twombly, a newly-divorced man living in LA in the not-too-distant future. Anxious and borderline anti-social, he finds himself falling in love with his computer operating system, the artificiallyintelligent Samantha (voiced by Scarlett Johansson, who won the Best Actress award at the Rome Film Festival). As Theodore becomes more involved with Samantha, the issue of society’s dependence on technology and its impact on personal development is explored to its limits.
American Hustle 15
The Armstrong Lie 15
Tue 4 & Wed 5 Mar Dir: David O. Russell US 2013 129mins Cast: Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence
Wed 5 & Thu 6 Mar Dir: Alex Gibney US 2013 124mins
Director David O. Russell’s reteams with his Silver Linings Playbook stars Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence in this award-winning crime drama inspired by Abscam, the US government sting operation in the 1970s and 80s. Cooper stars as an FBI agent who hires con artist Irving (Bale) as well as his wife (Lawrence) and his girlfriend (Adams) to get information on gangsters and corrupt politicians.
La Belle et la Bête
La Belle et la Bête PG
Winner of three Golden Globes, and nominated for 10 Academy Awards.
In 2009, Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney (We Steal Secrets) began filming on what started out as a documentary on Lance Armstrong’s return to competitive cycling. Gibney was allowed unprecedented access to the cyclist as he prepared for the Tour de France. When the doping allegations turned into a federal investigation and the truth came out, Gibney changed his former ‘comeback’ movie into a character study about lies, power and the desire to believe a myth. “CRITICAL, SOBERING AND, NATURALLY, FASCINATING FILM.” Variety
Mon 3 & Tue 4 Mar Dir: Jean Cocteau France 1946 99mins subtitled b&w Cast: Jean Marais, Josette Day, Mila Parely Sixty-eight years after its first release, Jean Cocteau’s La Belle et la Bête remains an exquisitely magical and heartfelt film. With primitive but still disturbingly effective special effects, Cocteau creates a surreal fable filled with dark erotic and Freudian undertones.
The Armstrong Lie
Don’t miss the opportunity to catch this digitally restored version of Jean Cocteau’s masterpiece on the big screen. “FULL OF WONDER AND MYSTERY... IT’S CINEMA’S ULTIMATE LOVE STORY.”
THE LIGHT PROGRAMME
The Monuments Men 12a
A series of weekday matinee films complementing our classical music programme, themed by concert subject matter or detailing the life of a composer.
Fri 7 – Thu 13 Mar Dir: George Clooney US/Germany 2014 118mins Cast: Matt Damon, George Clooney, Cate Blanchett
George Clooney directs and stars in this war-time adventure, based on the true story of the greatest treasure hunt in history. It’s World War II, and the Nazis are stealing priceless artworks for the Führer’s personal collection on their rampage across Europe. On the orders of President Roosevelt, a small group of slightly over-thehill art historians, museum directors and curators with no combat experience are given the task of retrieving the art in order to preserve it for future generations.
The Madness of King George
The Madness of King George PG
The Monuments Men
Thu 6 Mar 2.30pm Dir: Nicholas Hytner UK 1994 106mins Nigel Hawthorne shines in this Oscar-winning adaptation of Alan Bennett’s acclaimed play The Madness of George III. This darkly comic look at the mental decline of the King is lifted by a soundtrack which features George Frideric Handel’s Water Music and Zadok the Priest. “AN UNMISSABLE TREAT.” Radio Times
SATURDAY FILM TALKS
Taste & Decency: Film Classification
A chance to spend the day exploring particular themes in film guided by a specialist in that field.
Sat 8 Mar 11am – 3.30pm
Fred Zinnemann created some of the most controversial films of the 20th century, including High Noon and Julia. But From Here to Eternity is arguably Zinnemann’s best-loved film, a fierce tribute to individual survival and an unforgettable portrait of American misfits in the final days before Pearl Harbour.
£10 (£7). Film members £8.50 (£5.75)
This Film Talk from Lucy Brett, Head of Education at the BBFC, explores the history of film age ratings, public opinion on cinema, taste and decency, and how responses to issues like sex, violence and discrimination have changed over time. It will feature clips from contemporary and historical works and a complete screening of Steve McQueen’s Shame, followed by a Q&A about the film and current film ratings.
Sat 26 Apr 11am – 3.30pm
This Film Talk by History Professor Jennifer Smyth will include an interview with Fred Zinnemann’s son, Tim and will be followed by a screening of From Here to Eternity.
Dallas Buyers Club 15 Fri 7 – Thu 13 Mar Dir: Jean-Marc Vallée US 2013 117mins Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto, Jennifer Garner Matthew McConaughey gives the best performance of his career in this film based on a real life story of an AIDS activist’s fight against the US government in the 1980s. McConaughey is Ron Woodruff, a straight Texan cowboy diagnosed as HIV-positive and given 30 days to live. Determined to delay his fate, Ron discovers alternative but unapproved drugs in Mexico and teams up with transsexual Rayon (played superbly by Jared Leto) to sell the drugs to AIDS patients back in the US. A sensitive and riveting account of how a man’s selfish perseverance paved the way for change in the early days of the American AIDS epidemic. “HIS (MCCONAUGHEY) EXPLOSIVE, UNERRING PORTRAYAL DEFINES WHAT MAKES AN ACTOR GREAT.” Rolling Stone Dallas Buyers Club
FAMILY FILMS Cinema £5 (£3)
The Artist PG Sat 1 Mar 1.45pm France/Belgium/US 2011 98mins Introduce the children in your life to the wonder of silent cinema with this recent Oscar-winning film. It’s 1927 and George Valentin is a silent movie megastar whose fame is threatened by the advent of the ‘talkies’. With reverential nods to celebrated Hollywood insider stories such as Singin’ in the Rain and Sunset Boulevard, The Artist is a pure delight.
Up U Sat 15 Mar 1.45pm US 2009 92mins The only animated film to have ever opened the Cannes Film Festival, Up is a modern classic, full of life and colour, as well as moments of sadness. This charming and visually stunning family film follows grumpy old widower Carl, as he (and his house) travels to Venezuela with the help of thousands of balloons.
Moshi Monsters U Sat 12 Apr 1.45pm UK 2013 81mins The virtual pets in the hugely popular online game Moshi Monsters have made their way to film for a big screen adventure. When baddie Dr Strangeglove runs off with the priceless Great Moshling Egg, the Moshi heroes must journey through Monstro City and Jollywood to retrieve the egg and save the day. 05
The Wolf of Wall Street 18 Fri 14 & Sun 16 – Tue 18 Mar Dir: Martin Scorsese US 2013 180mins Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey Based on stockbroker Jordan Belfort’s memoir, Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street is an exhilarating, excessive and unflinching look at the excesses of the financial system in the 1980s and 1990s.
The Wolf of Wall Street
Starting from a disused garage in Long Island, Belfort (DiCaprio) grows his investment firm Stratton Oakmont into a multi-million dollar organisation, and in doing so begins to indulge the high-rolling lifestyle that goes with it. But soon, his astronomical financial gains catch the attention of the FBI, and his lavish lifestyle begins to crumble. “A JET-BLACK SEX AND DRUG-SOAKED COMEDY FEATURING A BRAVURA PERFORMANCE BY LEONARDO DICAPRIO.” Empire Gravity
The Great Beauty
Gravity 12a Fri 14, Sun 16, Wed 19 & Thu 20 Mar Dir: Alfonso Cuarón US/UK 2013 91mins Cast: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney This ground-breaking and awardwinning film features an outstanding performance from Sandra Bullock. Acclaimed director Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men) crafts a film that is at once both intimate and infinite, as two astronauts get literally lost in space. Dr Ryan Stone (Bullock) is a medical engineer on her first space-walk under the watchful eye of Matt Kowalsky (Clooney), an astronaut on his final mission before retirement. When space debris damages their craft and cuts them off from contact with Earth, the battle begins to return home before their limited oxygen supply runs out.
The Great Beauty 15 La grande bellezza
Wed 19 & Thu 20 Mar Dir: Paolo Sorrentino Italy/France 2013 141mins subtitled Cast: Toni Servillo, Carlo Verdone, Sabrina Ferilli Following in the cinematic footsteps of his fellow countrymen, Fellini, Antonioni and Rossellini, Paolo Sorrentino’s (Il Divo) new film is set in the Eternal City of Rome. Ensconced in the Italian capital is Jep Gambardella, a sexagenarian playboy journalist famed for a novel he wrote in his twenties. Shortly after his outrageous 65th birthday party, a revelation from his past causes Jep to rethink his life in the city he loves. A La Dolce Vita for the modern era.
Only Lovers Left Alive 15
The Book Thief 12a
Fri 21 – Tue 25 Mar Dir: Jim Jarmusch UK/Germany/France/Cyprus/USA 2013 123mins Cast: Tom Hiddleston, Tilda Swinton, Mia Wasikowska, John Hurt Indie director Jim Jarmusch’s (Broken Flowers) new film is a poetic twist on the vampire genre starring Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton as undead lovers Adam and Eve. Adam lives in Detroit whilst Eve is in Tangiers with her mentor and bloodsupplier, the playwright Christopher Marlowe (Hurt). The lovers’ eternal affair is rekindled when Eve rejoins Adam in Detroit but their idyllic nocturnal lifestyle is soon disrupted by the arrival of Eve’s reckless younger sister Ava (Wasikowska).
Fri 21 – Thu 27 Mar Dir: Brian Percival US/Germany 2013 131mins Cast: Sophie Nélisse, Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson This highly anticipated adaptation of the best-selling novel by Markus Zusak sees Nazi Germany through the eyes of 12 year old girl Liesel, in a tale that is intriguingly narrated by Death (Roger Allam). Sent to live with foster parents, Liesel learns to read with the help of her surrogate father Hans (Rush), stealing books from the mayor’s house in order to feed her growing addiction. When the family begin hiding a young Jewish man named Max in their cellar, Liesel shares her books with him, and escapes from a reality that is getting bleaker by the moment.
The Book Thief
The General U Wed 26 & Thu 27 Mar Dir: Clyde Bruckman, Buster Keaton US 1926 90mins b&w Cast: Buster Keaton, Marion Mack, Glen Cavander As the first ever action film, Buster Keaton’s pioneering 1926 silent comedy is a masterpiece in ambition, athleticism and comic timing. Set at the start of the American Civil War, Keaton plays Johnnie Gray, a railway engineer in the south whose train ‘The General’ is stolen by northern enemies with his girlfriend on board. What ensues is an epic chase as Johnnie tries to get both his beloved girl and his beloved train back.
Only Lovers Left Alive
“A JAW-PLUNGING BLEND OF PHYSICAL DEXTERITY AND BRAVURA MOVIEMAKING.” Total Film 07
The Grand Budapest Hotel tbc Fri 28 Mar – Thu 3 Apr Dir: Wes Anderson US/Germany 2014 100mins Cast: Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Saoirse Ronan, Jude Law Moonrise Kingdom director Wes Anderson returns with a star-studded tale set in an opulent European hotel. The film focuses on the titular hotel’s concierge M. Gustave (Fiennes), known for his charm and his amorous relationships with the guests in his care. Amongst the hotel’s throng of zany residents, is ancient patron and object of Gustave’s affections Madame D (a virtually unrecognisable Tilda Swinton), whose sudden demise sets in motion a mad-cap story involving a valuable painting and a fight for an enormous family fortune.
12 Years a Slave
12 Years a Slave 15
Fri 28 Mar – Tue 1 Apr Dir: Steve McQueen US/UK 2013 134mins Cast: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Michael K. Williams
Wed 2 & Thu 3 Apr Dir: Matt Wolf US/Germany 2013 78mins Cast: Jena Malone, Ben Whishaw Alden Ehrenreich
Chiwetel Ejiofor is Solomon Northup, a free black man from New York who is abducted and sold into slavery and finds himself under the watchful eye of the disturbed plantation owner Edwin Epps (Fassbender). The film garnered awards and rave reviews for its unflinching portrayal of a brutal period in American history that has been long ignored by the Hollywood film industry. “THIS IS AN IMPORTANT STORY, TOLD WITH PASSION, CONVICTION AND GRACE. SEE IT NOW.” The Observer 08
The Grand Budapest Hotel
In this fascinating documentary inspired by the Jon Savage book of the same name, filmmaker Matt Wolf sets out to explore the birth of the teenager. Before the Second World War, the concept of the teenager did not exist, but after this period in history this middle ground between childhood and adulthood became an important source of revitalisation for a damaged world. This living collage of rare archival material, filmed portraits, and voices lifted from early 20th Century diary entries, highlights a struggle between adults and adolescents to define a new idea of youth.
Cuban Fury 15 Fri 4 & Mon 7 – Thu 10 Apr Dir: James Griffiths UK 2014 98mins Cast: Chris O’Dowd, Ian McShane, Nick Frost, Rashida Jones Writer of TV’s Fresh Meat and Misfits, Jon Brown brings his fresh comic style to film in this British comedy about a former dancing prodigy. Nick Frost is Bruce, a former teen salsa champion who must return to the dancefloor in order to win the heart of his new American boss played by Rashida Jones (Parks & Recreation). The film features some of the best British comic actors including Olivia Coleman, Kevin Eldon, Kayvan Novak as well as Chris O’Dowd as the office sleaze and Bruce’s love rival.
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom 12a Fri 4 – Tue 8 Apr Dir: Justin Chadwick UK/South Africa 2013 146mins Cast: Idris Elba, Naomie Harris, Tony Kgoroge British actors Idris Elba and Naomi Harris step into the shoes of the former South African president Nelson Mandela and his wife Winnie, in this new biopic from director Justin Chadwick (The Other Boleyn Girl) from a script by Williams Nicholson (Gladiator, Shadowlands). Based on Mandela’s autobiography, this epic film chronicles his early life, education and 27 years imprisonment before his election as South Africa’s president and his work to heal the country’s oncesegregated society.
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
Gone With the Wind
Gone With the Wind PG Sun 6 Apr 6.30pm Dir: Victor Fleming US 1940 233mins Cast: Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard This multi-Oscar-winning romance pairs together feisty Southern belle Scarlett O’Hara (Leigh) with self-made Rhett Butler (Gable) against the chaotic backdrop of the American Civil War. Back by popular demand after a sell-out screening at Christmas.
This screening will include an interval. 09
The Rocket 12a
August: Osage County 15
Wed 9 & Thu 10 Apr Dir: Kim Mourdant Australia/Thailand/Laos 2013 96mins subtitled Cast: Sitthiphon Disamoe, Loungnam Kaosainam
Fri 11 – Mon 14 Apr Dir: John Wells US 2013 130mins Cast: Meryl Streep, Ewan McGregor, Julia Roberts, Benedict Cumberbatch
Winner of the Best Debut Film at the Berlin International Film Festival, this feel-good coming of age film centres on an unlucky 10 year old boy in Laos. Born as a twin whose sibling died at birth, Ahlo is believed to be cursed by his grandmother. After a nearby dam project forces the family to relocate, tragedy strikes, and more people (including Ahlo’s father) start to point the finger at Ahlo. A rocket-building contest offers Ahlo the chance to redeem himself in his family’s eyes. “GREAT VISUALS AND STRONG PERFORMANCES COMBINE TO DELIVER A GENTLY MEMORABLE FILM.” Screen International The Rocket
With an astonishing 23 Oscar nominations between them, the cast of this dark comedy drama is a powerhouse of acting talent. Adapted from the Pulitzerwinning play of the same name, Meryl Streep delivers a barn-storming performance as Violet, the mouthy matriarch of the extended Weston family. Coming together for the funeral of Violet’s husband Beverley, simmering family tensions are brought to the fore as Violet’s relationships with her three daughters reach breaking point, and their significant others try to avoid getting caught in the cross fire. August: Osage County
A Long Way Down 15 Fri 11 – Thu 17 Apr Dir: Pascal Chaumeil UK 2014 96mins Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Toni Collette, Imogen Poots, Aaron Paul Four individuals find themselves unexpectedly sharing space on the roof of the same building as they all congregate there to kill themselves on New Year’s Eve.
A Long Way Down
Forming a pact to try and postpone their decision to end it all, at least until Valentine’s Day, the unlikely group bond in an attempt to support each other on the path to possible redemption. Based on Nick Hornby’s bestselling book, Pierce Brosnan, Aaron Paul, Toni Collete and Imogen Poots form the central core of a surprisingly life-affirming movie.
The Railway Man 15
The Railway Man
Tue 15 – Thu 17 Apr Dir: Jonathan Teplitzky Australia/UK 2013 116mins Cast: Nicole Kidman, Stellan Skarsgård, Colin Firth The Railway Man tells the story of a 22 year-old British Army officer captured by Japanese forces in Singapore in 1942. Forced to work on the Burma Railway as a prisoner of war, Lomax was subjected to torture when they found him in possession of a radio. The film itself begins some years after the ordeal with Lomax (Firth) now living in Berwick-Upon-Tweed and married to Patti (Kidman). Still haunted by his past, Lomax decides to track down his torturer. “COLIN FIRTH TURNS IN A PERFORMANCE OF IMMENSE EMOTIONAL COMPLEXITY.” The Guardian
The Invisible Woman
The Invisible Woman 12a
Labor Day 12a
Fri 18, Sat 19 & Mon 21 Apr Dir: Ralph Fiennes UK 2013 111mins Cast: Ralph Fiennes, Felicity Jones, Michelle Fairley
Fri 18 – Thu 24 Apr Dir: Jason Reitman UK 2013 111mins Cast: Kate Winslet, Josh Brolin, Tobey Maguire
Ralph Fiennes’ directorial follow up to 2011’s Coriolanus explores the little-known relationship between the young actress Nelly Ternan and Charles Dickens. From their first meeting during the first staging of Wilkie Collins’ (Tom Hollander) The Frozen Deep, the film follows Nelly and Dickens as they embark on a reticent but inevitable love affair.
Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin deliver nuanced performances in this film about finding compassion in unexpected places.
Alongside strong lead performances from Ralph Fiennes and Felicity Jones is a terrific supporting cast including Joanna Scanlan as Catherine Dickens and Kristin Scott Thomas as Mrs Ternan.
Nervous single mother Adele (Winslet) lives a secluded existence with her son after his father walks out. On a rare outing to the store, they run into escaped convict Frank (Brolin) who forces them to drive him to their home so that he can hide. As Frank and Adele begin to bond, they form a new world for themselves within the confines of the house. But soon, reality asserts itself in the shape of the local police, who are still hunting for Frank. 11
Funny Face U Sat 19 & Sun 20 Apr Dir: Stanley Donen US 1957 103mins Cast: Fred Astaire, Audrey Hepburn The chic 1950s classic starring Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire receives a welcome cinematic re-release.
Jo Stockton (Hepburn) is a book clerk in a New York, who gets “discovered” as a potential model by fashion photographer Dick Avery. Initially sceptical and snobbish about the job offer, she accepts when she finds it involves a trip to Paris for a fashion shoot. Cue much hijinks in the French capital, as Jo’s attitude soon begins to soften towards her new role, and to her handsome photographer. Starred Up
Rome, Open City
Starred Up 18 Fri 25, Mon 28 & Tue 29 Apr Dir: David Mackenzie UK 2013 146mins Cast: Jack O’Connell, Rupert Friend, Ben Mendelsohn TV’s Skins star Jack O’Donnell is making a name for himself away from the small screen, and impresses in this story of a young violent man behind bars. He plays Eric Love, who is moved from a young offenders institute to an adult prison and wastes no time in asserting his disregard for the system with a series of brutal attacks. The only people he relates to are therapist Oliver (Friend) and veteran prisoner Nev, who just so happens turns out to be his father. An uncompromising look at a flawed prison system. “A RAW, COMPELLING DRAMA THAT ONLY GROWS MORE COMPELLING AS IT UNFOLDS.” Screen International
Rome, Open City 12a Roma, città aperta
Tue 22 & Wed 23 Apr Dir: Roberto Rossellini Italy 1945 102mins subtitled b&w Cast: Anna Magnani, Aldo Fabrizi, Marcello Pagliero Set during the Nazi occupation of Rome, Roberto Rossellini’s 1945 masterpiece follows resistance leader Giorgio as he enlists the help of lithographer Francesco, Pina, Francesco’s pregnant fiancée, and priest Don Pietro. Made in the aftermath of Rome’s liberation, Rossellini uses his trademark neorealist style to devastating effect with on location shots of ravaged streets and naturalistic performances from his cast of professional and nonprofessional actors. “THE MOST PRECIOUS MOMENT OF FILM HISTORY.” Martin Scorsese
Under the Skin 15 Fri 25, Sun 27 Apr – Thu 1 May Dir: Jonathan Glazer UK 2013 108mins Cast: Scarlett Johansson, Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Paul Brannigan In Jonathan Glazer’s first film since 2004’s Birth, Scarlett Johansson plays a seductive alien who drives a white van, finding and stalking human prey on the streets of Glasgow.
Under the Skin
Her cycle of picking up unsuspecting men is disrupted when one of her encounters elicits an empathetic response in her. “THIS ASTONISHING FILM WILL LEAVE YOU AT ONCE ENTRANCED AND TERRIFIED.” The Telegraph
The Godfather Part II
The Godfather Part II 15 Sun 27 Apr 6.30pm Dir: Francis Ford Coppola US 1974 192mins Cast: Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro Often hailed as the example where the sequel is better than the original film and the only sequel to have ever won the Best Picture Oscar, The Godfather Part II remains one of the most loved films of all time. The film shifts back and forth between Michael Corleone (Pacino) consolidating his empire in the 1950s and his father Vito (De Niro) escaping Sicily as a boy at the turn of the 20th century. Don’t miss this one-off cinema screening of the best instalment in Francis Ford Coppola’s epic mafia trilogy, and possibly one of the best films ever made.
The Square 15 Wed 30 Apr & Thu 1 May Dir: Jehane Noujaim Egypt/US 2013 148mins subtitled Cast: Khalid Abdalla, Ramy Essam This Oscar-nominated documentary gives a first-hand account of the recent turmoil in Egypt by focusing on the symbolic heart of the revolution, Tahrir Square. Shot over the last three years, the film follows real-life revolutionaries from the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak to the rise to power of the Muslim Brotherhood. Combining hand-held footage of violent clashes with awe-inspiring aerial shots of Tahrir Square, Jehane Noujaim’s film captures the visceral intensity of these turbulent times. “AN IMMERSIVE AND ATMOSPHERIC ACCOUNT." The Guardian
QUICK GUIDE March Films A-Z 12 Years a Slave A Long Way Down American Hustle Armstrong Lie (The) Artist (The) August: Osage County Belle et la Bête (La) Book Thief (The) Cuban Fury Dallas Buyers Club Film Talk: Fred Zinnemann Film Talk: Taste & Decency Funny Face General (The) Godfather Part II (The) Gone With the Wind Grand Budapest Hotel (The) Gravity Great Beauty (The) Her Invisible Woman (The) Labor Day Madness of King George (The) Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Monuments Men (The) Moshi Monsters Only Lovers Left Alive Railway Man (The) Rocket (The) Rome, Open City Square (The) Starred Up Teenage Under the Skin Up Wolf of Wall Street (The)
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The Artist The Invisible Woman Her Her La Belle et la Bête American Hustle La Belle et la Bête Her The Armstrong Lie Her American Hustle The Madness of King George The Armstrong Lie Her The Monuments Men Dallas Buyers Club Film Talk: Taste & Decency The Monuments Men Dallas Buyers Club The Monuments Men The Monuments Men Dallas Buyers Club Dallas Buyers Club The Monuments Men The Monuments Men The Monuments Men S. Dallas Buyers Club Dallas Buyers Club Dallas Buyers Club PSD. The Monuments Men The Monuments Men The Monuments Men Dallas Buyers Club Gravity The Wolf of Wall Street Up Gravity The Wolf of Wall Street The Wolf of Wall Street The Wolf of Wall Street The Great Beauty Gravity Gravity The Great Beauty The Book Thief Only Lovers Left Alive
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The Book Thief Only Lovers Left Alive The Book Thief The Book Thief Only Lovers Left Alive Only Lovers Left Alive The Book Thief The Book Thief S. Only Lovers Left Alive The General The Book Thief The Book Thief The General 12 Years a Slave The Grand Budapest Hotel 12 Years a Slave The Grand Budapest Hotel 12 Years a Slave 12 Years a Slave The Grand Budapest Hotel The Grand Budapest Hotel 12 Years a Slave
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12 Years a Slave The Grand Budapest Hotel The Grand Budapest Hotel Teenage Teenage The Grand Budapest Hotel Cuban Fury Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Gone With the Wind Cuban Fury Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Cuban Fury Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom The Rocket Cuban Fury Cuban Fury The Rocket August: Osage County A Long Way Down Moshi Monsters August: Osage County A Long Way Down August: Osage County
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August: Osage County A Long Way Down A Long Way Down August: Osage County The Railway Man A Long Way Down A Long Way Down The Railway Man The Railway Man A Long Way Down The Invisible Woman Labor Day Funny Face Labor Day The Invisible Woman Funny Face Labor Day Labor Day The Invisible Woman Labor Day S. Rome, Open City Rome, Open City Rome, Open City Labor Day Labor Day Under the Skin Starred Up Film Talk: Fred Zinnemann Under the Skin The Godfather Part II Under the Skin Starred Up Starred Up Under the Skin Under the Skin Under the Skin PSD. The Square
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The Square Under the Skin
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Off Screen Film Course Wed 23 Apr – Wed 21 May 2pm – 3.30pm A 5 week film course taking place every Wednesday. Price £40
Sue Porter (De Montfort University) returns to lead participants through a wealth of contemporary movies, providing context and insight and giving you the chance to talk about what you have been seeing.Films under discussion in this season include Rome, Open City, Under the Skin and many more.
Course price includes admission to the film that immediately follows each session. To book a place on this course, please call Box Office on 024 7652 4524.