CINEMA SEP - OCT 2013
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HELLO September and October bring in a rich harvest of wise comedies, modern biographies and inspired adaptations which focus on some of the leading writers of the day. Thanks for Sharing takes the edgy subject of addiction and finds a humour and humanity amid the damage, in the first film directed by Stuart Blumberg, writer of The Kids Are All Right, another thoughtful wry drama. Woody Allen is back with his 43rd(!) feature, Blue Jasmine and gives Cate Blanchett and Stephen Baldwin room to deliver elegant, shaded performances. Richard Curtis returns to familiar romcom territory with a tale of time travel and misunderstanding in About Time whilst obsession with Pride and Prejudice drives the hapless Jane Hayes to the Austenland theme house in search of her own Mr Darcy. What Maisie Knew is, in spite of its comedy credentials (including an illuminating performance from Steve Coogan) quite a serious updating of Henry James’ novel of a child in a disintegrating family.
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Modern icons presented to us include those of Julian Assange, pioneer of WikiLeaks and the world’s greatest data leak in The Fifth Estate, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Brühl. Brühl also appears as Niki Lauder, embroiled in ruthless competition with James Hunt in the Peter Morgan scripted F1 drama, Rush. Stephen Jeffreys, whose portrayal of the poet John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester in The Libertine was suitably stark and truthful, shapes the story of Diana.
Fri 6 – Thu 12 Sep Dir: Scott McGehee, David Siegel US 2012 99mins Cast: Julianne Moore, Steve Coogan, Alexander Skarsgård
As well as all of that, classic reissues, Saturday Film Talks, the Off Screen Film Course and post-screening discussions all resume this Autumn.
As her parents attempt to restructure their new lives in the wake of divorce, new partners appear, in the shape of Maisie’s former nanny Margot and her mother’s new lover Lincoln (Skarsgård). Maisie’s relationships with the four adults in her life becomes more confused as new roles and responsibilities develop for each of them. An intriguing drama that gets to the heart of how adult issues impact on a child’s world.
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Based on Henry James’ novel, What Maisie Knew is a touching drama about a custody battle as seen through the eyes of a couple’s six year old daughter. Featuring a mesmerising central performance from newcomer Onata Aprile as Maisie, the film also stars Julianne Moore as her ageing rock-star mother and Steve Coogan as her art dealer father.
Looking for Hortense 12a Cherchez Hortense
Fri 6 – Sun 8 Sep Dir: Pascal Bonitzer France 2012 100mins subtitled Cast: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Kristin Scott Thomas, Isabelle Carré A light French comedy of manners about a Parisian couple on the verge of a breakup. Whilst the downbeat Damien (Bacri) teaches Chinese business practice to French entrepreneurs, his theatre director wife Iva (Scott Thomas) starts an affair with one of her stage actors. When Iva asks Damien to help out an illegal immigrant, Damien is forced to approach his father, an egocentric, high ranking judge. “A PLEASINGLY INTELLIGENT PICTURE.”
Bonjour Tristesse PG Mon 9, Tue 10 & Sat 14 Sep Dir: Otto Preminger US 1958 90mins Cast: Deborah Kerr, David Niven, Jean Seberg, Mylene Demongeot Starring the then relatively unknown actress Jean Seberg, Otto Preminger’s seminal 1958 film, Bonjour Tristesse influenced JeanLuc Godard to create his debut, Breathless four years later. It’s summer in the sun-drenched French Riviera, and amoral teenager Cecile (Seberg) and her rich playboy father Raymond (Niven) are living the high life. When Cecile’s carefree lifestyle is threatened by Raymond’s plan to marry his late wife’s best friend (played by Deborah Kerr), she plans to break up the pair with disastrous consequences.
The Big City 15 Mahanagar
Wed 11 & Thu 12 Sep Dir: Satyajit Ray India 1964 133mins subtitled Cast: Madhabi Mukherjee, Anil Chatterjee A must-see masterpiece of Indian cinema, Satyajit Ray’s The Big City is a wonderful portrait of 1950s life in Calcutta. The film follows a three-generation middle class family consisting of housewife Arati, her husband Subrata, their children and his parents. When Arati gets a job to help provide for the family, Subrata’s parents react with shame and indignation and Subrata’s initial support of his wife soon turns to jealousy. “ONE OF THE MOST REWARDING SCREEN EXPERIENCES OF OUR TIME.” Roger Ebert
The Big City
Looking for Hortense
Fri 13 – Sun 15 Sep Dir: Laurent Cantet France 2012 144mins Cast: Raven Adamson, Katie Coseni, Madeleine Bisson Based on the novel by Joyce Carol-Oates, Foxfire is the name given to the gang formed by a group of girls in 1950s small town America, as they rebel against the misogyny they experience in their everyday lives. Spurred on by town outsider Legs, the group begin to rise up against the boys who treat them like toys, the teachers that abuse their authority, and their parents that think they are only destined for marriage or secretarial college. As their campaign against repression escalates, events start to get out of hand, and the members of the group begin to question themselves and each other.
The Kings of Summer 15 Fri 13 – Tue 17 Sep Dir: Jordan Vogt-Roberts US 2013 95mins Cast: Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, Moises Arias, Nick Offerman
The Kings of Summer
Off Screen Film Course Wed 2 – Wed 30 Oct Taking place every Wed for 5 weeks between 2pm – 3.30pm. Price £40. Fees include admission to the film that immediately follows each session. To book, please contact Box Office. Sue Porter of De Montfort University returns to lead participants through a wealth of films, exploring the themes in contemporary cinema in this 5 week course.
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Joe is standing on the brink of adolescence, and sick of the way he is treated by his sarcastic father. Along with his best friend Patrick and local weird kid Biaggio, he heads off into the woods to live life by his own rules. Plans to become masters of their own destiny are complicated by snakes, girls, and concerned parents, as local police are enlisted to track the teenagers down. With excellent performances from the relatively unknown teen cast, and some pitch-perfect comedy from American TV stalwarts like Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation), Alison Brie (Community) and Megan Mullally (Will and Grace), The Kings of Summer promises to be the feel-good hit of the season. “TENDER CHARACTERISATION, GOOD PERFORMANCES AND FABULOUS DEADPAN HUMOUR FROM NICK OFFERMAN.”
The Artist and the Model
The Artist and the Model tbc El artista y la modelo
Mon 16 – Thu 19 Sep Dir: Fernando Trueba Spain/France 2012 105mins subtitled Cast: Jean Rochefort, Aida Folch, Claudia Cardinale Written by Jean-Claude Carrière and Fernando Trueba (Belle Epoque, Chico & Rita), this black and white film is an exquisitely crafted reflection on art, life and death. It’s summer 1943 and veteran sculptor Marc Cros (Rochefort) is living and working in occupied France, close to the Spanish border. Hoping to inspire her ageing husband, wife Léa (Cardinale) brings home a beautiful young Spanish refugee to be his muse. Whilst the artist and his model slowly develop a bond, the chaos of the world outside the studio soon begins to seep in.
Winter of Discontent 15 El sheita elli fat
Wed 18 & Thu 19 Sep Dir: Ibrahim El-Batout Egypt 2012 96mins subtitled Cast: Salah Hanafy, Moataz Mosallam, Amr Waked The personal pain and suffering behind the Arab Spring is brought to the fore in this Egyptian drama about police brutality. Set a few years before the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, computer programmer Amr is arrested and viciously tortured by police before being suddenly released. Haunted by his experience, Amr retreats into fear and solitude but becomes increasingly active online in the run up to the 2011 revolution.
Winter of Discontent
Call Girl 18 Fri 20 – Sun 22 Sep Dir: Mikael Marcimain Sweden/Norway/Finland/Ireland 2012 140mins subtitled Cast: Sofia Karemyr, Simon J Berger, Pernilla August Inspired by a real-life scandal involving Swedish politicians and prostitutes in the 1970s, this political thriller weaves together multiple stories to create a damning portrait of government hypocrisy. At the centre of the web of scandal is Madam Dagmar Glans (August), who keeps a black book of government officials, foreign ambassadors and criminals. Using gifts and alcohol, Dagmar grooms troubled 14 year olds Iris and Sonja for clients, including men running for parliament in the upcoming general elections. Meanwhile the activities of Dagmar and her cohort are being investigated by the police. Call Girl
About Time 12a Fri 20 Sep – Thu 3 Oct Dir: Richard Curtis UK 2013 123mins Cast: Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy, Domhnall Gleeson The indisputable king of the British romantic comedy Richard Curtis delivers his latest offering – a story of boy meets girl, with a bit of time-travel thrown in. Domhnall Gleeson (Anna Karenina) is Tim, a young man who discovers at the age of 21 that the men in his family can travel in time. Rather than using his powers for good, the hopeless romantic sets about securing the affections of Mary (McAdams), with some time-slip mishaps along the way.
With a wedding that takes place early on in the film, the plot moves beyond courtship to reveal a touching portrait of family life, and a focus on Tim’s relationship with his father (Nighy).
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints tbc Mon 23 – Wed 25 Sep Dir: David Lowery US 2013 106mins Cast: Rooney Mara, Ben Foster, Casey Affleck Sprawling American landscapes and award-winning cinematography herald a passionate addition to the outlaw movie genre, a brooding slow-burner starring Rooney Mara (Side Effects) and Casey Affleck (Gone Baby Gone). Outlaws Bob Muldoon (Affleck) and Ruth Guthrie’s (Mara) crime spree comes to an abrupt end with a shoot-out with local police, in which Ruth injures a cop. Bob takes the blame and receives a stiff prison sentence. Whilst he’s inside, Ruth gives birth to the couple’s daughter, and quietly waits for her husband’s release, all the time under the watchful eye of local law-enforcer Patrick, who clearly hopes to be something more to Ruth. Avoiding the usual outlaw movie clichés, the film focuses on the atmospheric Texan landscape and the tensions that come from the anxiety of waiting. “DAVID LOWERY’S TRIUMPHANT TALE OF ESTRANGED LOVE IS DEFTLY PACED, STUNNINGLY SHOT AND BENEFITS FROM SOME SUPERB PERFORMANCES.” The Guardian 06
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints
Thanks for Sharing 15 Fri 27 Sep – Thu 3 Oct Dir: Stuart Blumberg US 2012 112mins Cast: Gwyneth Paltrow, Mark Ruffalo, Pink, Tim Robbins Stuart Blumberg, the man who penned 2010’s The Kids Are All Right, steps behind the camera for the first time to direct Mark Ruffalo, Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim Robbins in a tale of sex-addiction in a New York. Ruffalo is recovering sex-addict Adam, who (after encouragement from his sponsor) begins seeing fitness fanatic Phoebe (Paltrow). Soon issues of intimacy and trust impact on the development of their relationship. Treading a lighter path than Steve McQueen’s Shame, Blumberg provides comic relief in the form Sex Addicts Anonymous members Neil (Josh Gad) and Dede (Pink) and their attempts to have a platonic friendship. Thanks for Sharing
Cinema £5.10 To complement our classical music programme, a series of films themed by the subject matter of our concerts, or detailing the life of a composer will be shown in our cinema on weekday matinees.
Brief Encounter PG
Mozart’s Sister 12a
Thu 3 Oct 2.30pm Dir: David Lean UK 1945 86mins Cast: Celia Johnson, Trevor Howard, Stanley Holloway
Thu 17 Oct 2.30pm Dir: René Féret France 2010 118mins Cast: Marie Féret, Marc Barbé, Delphine Chuillot
David Lean’s 1945 classic stars Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard as a couple who meet at a railway station and fall in love but soon find themselves torn between family loyalties and mutual passion. Memorably, the film features Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No 2.
Nannerl, La Soeur de Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus’ talented sister fights for her own recognition in a male-dominated 18th Century France. An intimate portrait of a family bound by genius, love and ambition. “A TREAT FOR CLASSICAL MUSICAL LOVERS AND CINEPHILES ALIKE.” Variety 07
SATURDAY FILM TALKS
The African Queen
A chance to spend the day exploring particular themes in film guided by a specialist in that field. £10 (£7). Film members £8.50 (£5.75)
Humphrey Bogart Sat 5 Oct 11am – 3.30pm Humphrey Bogart (1899-1957) was a late developing actor who went from second-rank tough guy gangster roles to become one of the greatest romantic movie legends in history of Hollywood. In this illustrated talk, Adrian Wootton, CEO of Film London, will present a number of iconic film clips to explore the life and career of Humphrey Bogart and the behind the scenes stories of classic movies such as Casablanca and The Big Sleep.
The talk will be followed by a screening of the Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn classic, The African Queen.
Blue Jasmine tbc Fri 4 & Sun 6 – Tue 15 Oct Dir: Woody Allen US 2013 98mins Cast: Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Sally Hawkins Woody Allen’s latest film features an Oscar-worthy performance from Cate Blanchett as Jasmine, a broke and broken socialite. After the government took away all her fraudulent husband’s assets, Jasmine moves in with her free-spirited and working-class sister Ginger (Hawkins). When she’s not wallowing in self-pity and swallowing anti-depressants, Jasmine constantly criticises Ginger’s choice of men. With echoes of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire and the recent Madoff scandal, Blue Jasmine has been hailed by many as one of Allen’s best film in years. “HERS (BLANCHETT) WILL BE THE PERFORMANCE TO BEAT COME AWARDS SEASON.” The Independent
Fri 4, Sun 6 – Thu 10 & Sat 12 Oct Dir: Oliver Hirschbiegel UK 2013 approx 113mins Cast: Naomi Watts, Naveen Andrews, Douglas Hodge Naomi Watts steps into the limelight to play one of the most iconic women of the 20th century – Princess Diana. The film focuses on the final two years of her life, as her work campaigning against landmines intensifies, and she becomes involved in relationships with heart surgeon Dr. Hasnat Khan (Andrews) and the son of Harrods owner Mohamed Al Fayed, Dodi. A reverential look at the scrutiny endured by the woman who was known as the People’s Princess, from the director of Downfall, Oliver Hirschbiegel.
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Just Do It
Just Do It 15 A Tale of Modern-day Outlaws Tue 8 Oct 1.30pm Dir: Emily James UK 2011 90mins Filmmaker Emily James places herself amidst the action in this documentary on environmental activism in the UK. Gaining exclusive access to the secretive world of climate change protest groups, the film follows the activists protesting outside coal power stations and corporate bank headquarters, getting into scuffles and offering cups of tea to police officers. “A TERRIFIC STORY PACKED WITH CHARACTERS AND TOLD WITH PASSION.” Empire
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the film’s producer Chris Atkins. 09
Rush 15 Fri 11 – Mon 14, Wed 16 & Thu 17 Oct Dir: Ron Howard US/Germany/UK 2013 122mins Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Brühl, Olivia Wilde, Natalie Dormer Following the success of 2010 documentary Senna, comes a film about another Formula One legend, James Hunt. Rush focuses on the dramatic events of the 1976 F1 season and the passionate rivalry between Austrian champion Niki Lauda (Brühl) and British rising star James Hunt (Hemsworth, who delivers an impeccable English accent). The rivalry comes to a head when six weeks after Lauda’s near-fatal crash in the Nurburgring, the pair find themselves vying for the world title in the very last race of the season. Directed by Ron Howard (Frost/Nixon) from a script by Peter Morgan (The Queen), the film is an intelligent and thrilling look at one of sport’s greatest rivalries.
Plein Soleil 15 Tue 15 & Wed 16 Oct Dir: René Clément France/Italy 1960 113mins subtitled Cast: Alain Delon, Maurice Ronet, Marie Laforêt French director René Clément’s (Les Jeux Interdits) thriller stars Alain Delon as Patricia Highsmith’s charming psychopath, Tom Ripley. Sent on an all-expenses paid mission to convince his friend Philippe to go back home to America, Tom enjoys the good life in the Mediterranean with Phillippe. When Tom’s money runs dry and Phillippe is adamant not to return to the US, Tom resorts to more nefarious means to maintain his new extravagant lifestyle.
The Great Beauty 15 La grande bellezza
Tue 15 - Thu 17 Oct 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 Dolce Vita of the modern era. “A SHIMMERING COUP DE CINEMA TO MAKE YOUR HEART BURST, YOUR MIND SWIM AND YOUR SOUL ROAR.” The Telegraph
The Great Beauty
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Ernest and Celestine U
Ernest et Célestine Ernest and Celestine
Sat 19 Oct 1.45pm Dir: Vincent Patar, Stéphane Aubier, Benjamin Renner France 2012 77mins subtitled Cast: Pauline Brunner, Anne-Marie Loop, Lambert Wilson Based on the books by Gabrielle Vincent, Ernest and Celestine is a charming animation about the unlikely friendship between a bear called Ernest and a young mouse named Celestine. With a style reminiscent of A.A. Milne’s original Winnie the Pooh books, this is a sweet story where friendship is tested against prejudice and intolerance.
Doctor Who The Five Doctors U Sat 26 Oct 1.45pm Dir: Peter Moffatt UK 1983 101mins Cast: Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison, Patrick Troughton, Tom Baker, Richard Hurndall, Janet Fielding As Doctor Who approaches its 50th anniversary, we’ll be screening the series’ 20th birthday special, The Five Doctors, in which Peter Davison’s Doctor discovers a dark secret on his home planet. Joined by his previous incarnations and companions, the Doctor must face the deadly Cybermen and renegade Time Lord, the Master.
How I Live Now 15 Fri 18 – Thu 24 Oct Dir: Kevin Macdonald UK 2013 101mins Cast: Saoirse Ronan, Tom Holland, Sophie Ellis, George MacKay Award-winning director Kevin Macdonald’s (The Last King of Scotland) latest feature is an adaptation of the acclaimed novel by Meg Rosoff starring Saoirse Ronan. American 15 year old Daisy (Ronan) is sent to stay with her cousins on a remote farm in the English countryside when World War III breaks out. Amidst the chaos and food shortages, Daisy and her cousins are left to fend for themselves and Daisy begins to fall for her cousin Edmond. A unique mix of tense apocalyptic thriller, great teenage romance and an excellent cast make this one of the most anticipated films of the year. How I Live Now
Austenland 12a Fri 18 – Thu 24 Oct Dir: Jerusha Hess UK/US 2013 97mins Cast: Keri Russell, JJ Feild, Jennifer Coolidge, Bret McKenzie Socially awkward, 30-something Jane (Russell) is obsessed with the world of Jane Austen. Blowing all her savings on a trip to the British theme park Austenland, Jane arrives to find she can only afford the ‘copper’ package meaning dowdy dresses and sleeping in the servant’s quarter. Despite this, Jane soon catches the eyes of farmhand Matthew (McKenzie) and the Darcy-esque Mr Nobley (Feild). “A WARM, LITERATE TREAT.” The Guardian Austenland
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Fri 25 & Sun 27 – Thu 31 Oct Dir: Roger Michell UK 2013 93mins Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Jim Broadbent, Olly Alexander, Lindsay Duncan Director of Notting Hill and Hyde Park on Hudson Roger Michell decamps to Paris for his latest film. Le Week-end tells the story of long-married British couple Nick and Meg (played by Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan) who revisit Paris for the first time since their honeymoon in an attempt to revitalise their marriage. While there they run into an old academic friend of Nick’s, Morgan (Goldblum) and the encounter prompts the couple to re-imagine what life and marriage could be like.
A Magnificant Haunting
This film is the latest collaboration between Michell and writer Hanif Kureishi, following on from The Mother and Venus, which starred Peter O’Toole.
The Fifth Estate tbc Fri 25 & Sun 27 – Thu 31 Oct Dir: Bill Condon US 2013 tbc Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Brühl, Carice van Houten Benedict Cumberbatch inhabits the pallid complexion and white-blonde hair of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, to portray his humble hacker beginnings and his remarkable rise to power.
The Fifth Estate
This period in Assange’s life is viewed through his relationship with Daniel Domscheit-Berg (Brühl), his closest collaborator in the early days of WikiLeaks; a relationship that soon turned sour as Berg accused Assange of an obsession with money and power. A strong American cast including Laura Linney and Stanley Tucci represent the other side of the story, as the government personnel desperately scrabbling to prevent further US secrets being leaked.
A Magnificent Haunting tbc Magnifica presenza
Thu 31 Oct 6.15pm Dir: Ferzan Özpetek Italy 2012 105mins Cast: Elio Germano, Margherita Buy, Vittoria Puccini A Hallowe’en special. A one-off screening of an unusual ghoulish tale from Turkish-Italian director Ferzan Özpetek. 28 year old Pietro is a gay wannabe actor working in a bakery. Shortly after moving into a large but surprisingly cheap apartment in Rome, he discovers he’s not its only occupant. Eight ghosts from the 1940s also reside in the apartment - the trouble is, they don’t know they’re dead. 13
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The World Turned Upside Down Buster Keaton, Sculpture and the Absurd Fri 4 Oct - Sat 14 Dec FREE ENTRY
Simon Faithfull. Still from 0º00 Navigation 2008, Super8 and video transfered to DVD, 55min. Courtesy the Artist