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WELCOME Hello, Peering into my crystal ball, as I do at this time of year, I have a fairly clear idea about the runners and riders of the forthcoming awards’ season. You need not cross my palm with silver, merely explore the current programme. It will take a lot to stop The Shape of Water winning Best Picture: Amélie meets The Creature from the Black Lagoon, it will chill and enchant in equal measure. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri stands a good chance of taking the Best Screenplay prizes as Martin McDonagh takes the acerbic wit and daftness of In Bruges to America. Frances McDormand will lead the Best Actress nominees for her delivery of McDonagh’s script, placing her in direct competition with Sally Hawkins for The Shape of Water.

The Dinner

Battle of the Sexes

The Post has Oscar nominations stamped all over it: Spielberg, Hanks and Streep challenging presidential corruption – in this case, Nixon and the Vietnam War. The ghost of ‘Nam hangs over Last Flag Flying too, with a trio of very fine performances in a funny and insightful drama about the fallout of the Iraq War. And what about Phantom Thread? Surely one of the most anticipated events of the New Year; Paul Thomas Anderson is reunited with Daniel Day-Lewis in what may be his final film. British attention will be focused on Gary Oldman as he embodies Churchill in Darkest Hour, providing the flipside to Nolan’s Dunkirk: while the boys were stranded on the beach, this was the crisis in Westminster. World cinema is well represented with Michael Haneke’s Happy End, Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Takashi Miike’s 100th film, Blade of the Immortal, and Kornél Mundruczó’s dazzling Jupiter’s Moon. Don’t miss some classic favourites, including The Silence of the Lambs, North by North West and A Matter of Life and Death; and Film Talks on Ingmar Bergman and Sidney Lumet.

John Gore Film Programmer


Battle of the Sexes 12A Tue 2 – Thu 4 Jan Dir: Valerie Faris, Jonathan Dayton USA 2017 121mins Cast: Emma Stone, Steve Carrell, Bill Pullman, Sarah Silverman In the wake of the sexual revolution, Billie Jean King’s (Stone) triumph at the 1972 US Open is overshadowed by the National Tennis League’s decision to refuse equal pay for men and women. In an act of rebellion, King launches the Women’s Tennis Association, designed to provide a more equal working environment for female tennis players. This irks the misogynistic ex-pro Bobby Riggs (Carrell), who challenges her to the ultimate test, a match between the pair that will, in his mind, prove that women are lesser players than men. “A SEDUCTIVELY ENJOYABLE, SMART AND WELL-ACTED FILM.”

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Loving Vincent 12A

Tue 2 – Thu 4 Jan Dir: Oren Moverman USA 2017 120mins Cast: Steve Coogan, Laura Linney, Richard Gere, Rebecca Hall

Fri 5 – Sun 7 Jan Dir: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman UK 2017 95mins Cast: Douglas Booth, Aidan Turner, Helen McCrory, Saoirse Ronan

Paul Lohman (Coogan) and his wife Claire (Linney) go to dinner at a remarkably fancy restaurant with Paul’s relatively-estranged brother Stan (Gere), a high-powered politician, and his wife Katelyn (Hall) to discuss an incident involving their children. As secrets are unveiled through a series of flashbacks, what starts as a civilised get-together descends into sophisticated carnage as the characters reveal themselves layer by layer until the hidden violence at the core of civility is laid bare.

In 1890, Vincent Van Gogh died of complications resulting from a gunshot wound to the stomach. Unsatisfied with the conclusion that it was suicide, Armand Roulin (Booth), a postmaster’s son who sat for Van Gogh portraits, becomes obsessed with finding out the truth and understanding how a man could go from being calm to suicidal in six weeks.


The first feature-length film to be made entirely from oil paintings on canvas, Loving Vincent was made by 125 painters and over 62,000 paintings.


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Rolling Stone Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi 12A Fri 5 – Thu 11 Jan Dir: Rian Johnson USA 2017 152mins Cast: Daisy Ridley, Mark Hamill, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Adam Driver The second film in the trilogy of sequels to George Lucas’ intergalactic classics, Star Wars: The Last Jedi picks up right where The Force Awakens left off, as Jedi-in-training Rey (Ridley) tracks down the mysterious, self-exiled Luke Skywalker (Hamill) and begins to learn the ways of the Force. However, Skywalker is concerned by the raw strength of her power, and may not be the teacher Rey had hoped to find.


Happy End 15

The Greatest Showman

Mon 8, Tue 9 & Thu 11 Jan Dir: Michael Haneke France/Germany/Austria 2017 107mins French with subtitles Cast: Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Franz Rogowski, Toby Jones, Fantine Harduin Director Michael Haneke (Amour, The White Ribbon) returns with an anxious mediation on familial dysfunction. Having recently taken over the family’s estate and business, Anna (Huppert) also juggles planning her wedding to a British lawyer (Jones), caring for her dementia-afflicted father (Trintignant), chasing her troubling son (Rogowski) and dealing with a new arrival, her self-possessed and secretive niece, Eve (Harduin). Happy End

Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars 15

The Killing of a Sacred Deer 15

Wed 10 Jan Tickets: £12.50 (£10) Dir: Lili Fini Zanuck UK 2017 128mins

Fri 12 – Sun 14 Jan Dir: Yorgos Lanthimos Ireland/UK/USA 2017 121mins Cast: Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Barry Keoghan

Eric Clapton has proven himself to be an extraordinary guitar virtuoso, with his career spanning five decades and bands including The Yardbirds, Cream, Blind Faith, as well as outstanding solo success. Drawing on an extensive archive of performances, home movies and audio interviews, this intimate, revealing documentary is told by those who have known him best, including BB King, Jimi Hendrix, and George Harrison, exploring the career and tumultuous life of this talented musician.


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A renowned cardiovascular surgeon, Dr Steven Murphy (Farrell) lives with ophthalmologist Anna (Kidman) and their two perfect children. Steven’s odd friendship with fatherless teen Martin (Keoghan) begins to take a dark turn as Martin manoeuvres himself into the family’s life. When he confronts Steven with a longforgotten transgression, the full scope of his intention becomes menacingly clear. A sensational thriller brimming with unsettling humour, this is part Greek tragedy, part Hitchcockian psychodrama.


The Greatest Showman TBC

The Silence of the Lambs 15

Fri 12 – Thu 18 Jan Dir: Michael Gracey USA 2017 102mins Cast: Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron, Zendaya

Mon 15 & Tue 16 Jan Dir: Johnathan Demme USA 1991 114mins Cast: Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins

A bold and original musical that celebrates the birth of show business, The Greatest Showman is inspired by the true story of 1800s pioneer P.T. Barnum (Jackman). Ambitious and imaginative, Barnum harnessed his extraordinary vision to rise from nothing to create the first circus in New York. Mesmerising and sensational, it was not without controversy at a time when such entertainment was considered immoral. Featuring songs from Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land), this promises to be one of the most magical musicals of the year. Killing of a Sacred Deer

FBI agent Clarice Starling (Foster), a specialist in serial killers, is fresh out of training and on the hunt for psychopath Buffalo Bill. Taking a risk, she uses imprisoned, highly intelligent, psychiatrist Dr Hannibal Lecter (Hopkins) for his insight, but he draws her into his dangerous game. Remastered for the BFI’s Who Can You Trust? season, Jonathan Demme’s award-winning thriller is as unnerving and horrific as ever. “STILL MAKES THE PULSE RACE”

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The Silence of the Lambs




Good Time

Gauguin 15 (Gauguin – Voyage de Tahiti) Wed 17 & Thu 18 Jan Dir: Édouard Deluc France 2016 102mins French with subtitles Cast: Vincent Cassel, Tuheï Adams, Malik Zidi 1891. On a quest for absolute creative freedom, struggling French artist Eugene Henri Paul Gauguin (Cassel) exiles himself to Tahiti and breaks away from Western civilisation. Here he meets Tehura (Adams), with whom he falls madly in love and is finally inspired to create his most influential works of art.

Molly’s Game

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Fri 19 & Sat 20 Jan Dir: Josh Safdie & Benny Safdie USA 2017 102mins Cast: Robert Pattinson, Benny Safdie

Fri 19 – Thu 25 Jan Dir: Aaron Sorkin USA 2017 140mins Cast: Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba

After a botched bank robbery lands his younger, mentally disabled brother Nick (Safdie) in prison, Constantine ‘Connie’ Nikas (Pattinson) embarks on a mad descent into violence and mayhem through New York City’s underworld in an increasingly desperate and dangerous attempt to save them both. This hypnotic crime thriller features a career-defining performance from Pattinson, and is an intoxicating portrait of desperation and destruction. “A THROWBACK TO THE SORT OF GRITTY, CHARACTER-DRIVEN THRILLER THEY DON’T MAKE ANYMORE”

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Based on a true story, Molly’s Game follows renowned ‘poker princess’ Molly Bloom (Chastain), an Olympic-class skier who ran the world’s most exclusive high-stakes poker game for a decade before being arrested in the middle of the night by 17 FBI agents wielding automatic weapons. Her players included Hollywood royalty, sports stars, business titans and finally, unbeknownst to her, the Russian mob. Her only ally is criminal defence lawyer Charlie Jaffey (Elba), who learns that there is more to Molly than the tabloids led the public to believe.

North by Northwest PG Sun 21 & Mon 22 Jan Dir: Alfred Hitchcock UK 1959 133mins Cast: Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason, Leo G. Carrol In Hitchcock’s classic, Cary Grant plays the original Don Draper. Dragged into a world of intrigue and political corruption, it’s all Roger O’Thornhill can do to survive. Will the aid of his secretary (Saint) and his sharp, madmen wits be enough for him to outrun foreign spies and aeroplane chases? With all the style of the late 50s, imbued with a sense of the American Dream and both the anticipation and excitement of the Cold War, North by Northwest is a magnificent, often funny, thriller.

North by Northwest

Love, Cecil 12A

Human Flow 12A

Tue 23 Jan Dir: Lisa Immordino Vreeland USA 2017 99mins Cast: Cecil Beaton, Rupert Everett

Wed 24 & Thu 25 Jan Dir: Ai Weiwei Germany 2017 140mins German with subtitles Cast: Israa Abboud, Hiba Abed, Rami Abu Sondos

This captivating documentary examines the life and work of Sir Cecil Walter Hardy Beaton CBE, an English fashion, portrait and war photographer, diarist, painter, interior designer and Oscar-winning set and costume designer. Throughout his incredible 70-year career, Beaton photographed some of the biggest stars and was the favoured photographer for the Royal Family for over four decades. Using archive interviews and readings of Beaton’s diaries by Rupert Everett, Love, Cecil provides unparalleled insight into a fascinating life.

Shot in an astonishing 23 countries with the aid of drone technology, political dissident and prolific artist Ai Weiwei brings startling clarity to the worst human crisis of our time. With 65 million people displaced and searching for home, the refugee crisis is framed with a sublime touch, startling clarity, and terrifying beauty that touches the heart and reminds us all of the communal need to belong.

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Human Flow


Exhibition on Screen Cézanne Portraits of a Life TBC Fri 26 Jan Tickets: £12.50 (£10) Dir: Phil Grabsky 85mins It is difficult to fully appreciate 20th century art without understanding the significance and genius of Paul Cézanne. Featuring interviews with curators and experts from the National Portrait Gallery, MoMA New York, National Gallery of Art Washington, and Musée d’Orsay Paris, and correspondence from the artist himself, this beautiful film takes audiences beyond one of the most talked about exhibitions of the year to the places Cézanne lived and worked.

Blade of the Immortal 18 (Mugen no jûnin) Fri 26 & Mon 29 Jan Dir: Takashi Miike Japan 2017 141 mins Japanese with subtitles Cast: Takuya Kimura, Hana Sugisaki Famously prolific and controversial director Takashi Miike returns with his brilliantly choreographed, outlandishly violent 100th film. Based on the manga series by Hiroaki Samura, it follows Shogunate era samurai Manji (Kimura) who is given eternal life by a witch. Haunted by the memory of his sister, Manji sees an opportunity for vengeance when he meets a young girl (Sugisaki) orphaned by a team of master swordsmen and hunts them down one by one.

Brad’s Status

Brad’s Status TBC Sat 27 – Mon 29 Jan Dir: Mike White USA 2017 102mins Cast: Ben Stiller, Austin Abrams, Jenna Fischer, Michael Sheen

Cézanne Portraits of a Life

Blade of the Immortal

Brad Sloan (Stiller) has a satisfying career and a comfortable life in suburban Sacramento where he lives with his lovely wife Melanie (Fischer) and their talented son Troy (Abrams). A tour of potential colleges for Troy triggers a crisis of confidence as Brad compares his life with those of four of his college-mates who have all been incredibly successful. As he imagines their glamorous lives and obsessively follows them on social media, Brad wonders if middle-class domesticity is the best he will ever achieve. “BEN STILLER IN ONE OF HIS BEST... PERFORMANCES” Rolling Stone


In Between 15 (Bar Bahar) Tue 30 Jan Dir: Maysaloun Hamoud Israel/France 2016 101mins Hebrew/Arabic with subtitles Cast: Mouna Hawa, Sana Jammelieh, Shaden Kanboura Away from the constraints of their families, three Israeli-Palestinian women sharing an apartment in Tel Aviv find themselves caught between the lives they’re aspiring to lead and societal restrictions. Free-spirited lawyer Laila (Hawa) and DJ Salma (Jammelieh) initially clash with traditional Nour (Kanboura), but soon they are rocked by a series of events that will change their lives forever. “HAMOUD’S SLYLY SUBVERSIVE DRAMA DRAWS US DEEP INTO AN OFTEN HIDDEN WORLD”     The Guardian

In Between

A Matter of Life and Death U Sun 28 & Wed 31 Jan Dir: Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger UK 1946 100mins Cast: David Niven, Kim Hunter Following a raid, World War II pilot Peter Carter’s (Niven) Lancaster is heavily damaged as he tries to return home. With no parachute, Carter is forced to bail out but miraculously survives and is found by American radio operator, June (Hunter). However, he was supposed to die and, unwilling to let him live just because he has fallen in love, the custodians of the afterlife demand a celestial trial. Painstakingly restored over 70 years after its release, Powell and Pressburger’s classic has never looked so glorious.

A Matter of Life and Death


Jupiter’s Moon 15 Wed 31 Jan & Thu 1 Feb Dir: Kornél Mundruczó UK 2017 129mins Hungarian with subtitles Cast: Merab Ninidze, Zsombor Jéger When young migrant Aryan (Jéger) is shot fleeing Syria, he surprises everyone by rising from the dead and discovering that he can fly. Soaring out of danger, he finds himself in the hands of dubious Doctor Stern (Ninidze) who immediately realises the moneymaking potential of offering salvation from an ‘angel’ to patients for an extra fee. Part social satire, part superhero origin story, Jupiter’s Moon is a musing on faith, the refugee crisis and society’s fear of The Other.

A Woman’s Life 12A (Une Vie) Wed 31 Jan & Thu 1 Feb Dir: Stéphane Brizé France/Belgium 2015 119mins French with subtitles Cast: Judith Chemla, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Yolande Moreau, Swann Arlaud When Jeanne (Chemla) returns to her family home after leaving school, she spends idyllic days with her mother and father (Moreau and Darroussin). When handsome Viscount Julien de Lamare (Arlaud) asks for her hand, the young baroness imagines her future to be bright and prosperous. However, as winter comes, Jeanne realises that her husband is cruel, frosty and foreboding. A Woman’s Life

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Jupiter’s Moon

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Fri 2 – Thu 8, Mon 12, Tue 13 & Thu 15 Feb Dir: Martin McDonagh UK 2017 115mins Cast: Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell After months have passed without any progress in her daughter’s murder case, enraged Mildred Hayes (McDormand) commissions three billboards outside the town demanding action from revered chief of police, William Willoughby (Harrelson). When violent, blundering sidekick, Officer Dixon (Rockwell), gets involved, the battle between Mildred and Ebbing’s law enforcement ignites in Martin McDonagh’s (In Bruges) latest pitch-black comedy. “AN UPROARIOUS DELIGHT OF A FILM”


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Darkest Hour PG Fri 9 – Thu 15 Feb Dir: Joe Wright UK 2017 125 mins Cast: Gary Oldman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Ben Mendelsohn, Lily James May, 1940. With Allied troops stranded at Dunkirk and mounting pressure to surrender, it is Winston Churchill (Oldman) who is tasked with convincing a reluctant nation that the fight for freedom is worth everything. Delving into the perilous political waters of parliament and exploring the pressures of his marriage to Clemmie (Scott Thomas), this electrifying historical drama proves just how close history came to taking a terrifyingly different direction. “CHURCHILL’S DARKEST HOUR IS GARY OLDMAN’S FINEST.”     Empire Darkest Hour

The Post 12A

The Post

Fri 2 – Sun 11 Feb Dir: Steven Spielberg UK 2017 116mins Cast: Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks Based on a true story, The Post examines the Washington Post’s legal battle to publish the leaked Pentagon Papers in 1971, containing damning classified information about the Vietnam War and a cover-up that spanned three decades and four U.S. Presidents. The Post’s Katherine Graham (Streep), the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, and editor Ben Bradlee (Hanks) risked their careers and their freedom to help bring long buried truths to light. Featuring an all-star cast, director Steven Spielberg’s film about journalists challenging government corruption is a timely comment on current events.


Last Flag Flying 15

Phantom Thread 15

Fri 16 – Thu 22 Feb Dir: Richard Linklater USA 2017 125mins Cast: Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston, Laurence Fishburne

Fri 23 Feb – Thu 1 Mar Dir: Paul Thomas Anderson UK 2017 130mins Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lesley Manville, Vicky Krieps

Based on the novel by Darry Ponicsan, in 2003, 30 years after they served together in the Vietnam War, former Navy Corps medic Larry ‘Doc’ Shepherd (Carell) reunites with ex-marine Sal Nealon (Cranston) and Reverend Richard Mueller (Fishburne) to bury Doc’s son, a young marine killed in the Iraq War. Doc rejects the standard military burial and so the trio take the casket on a bittersweet trip up the East Coast to New Hampshire, coming to terms with the war that continues to shape their lives along the way.

Set in the glamour of 1950s postwar London, renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock (Day-Lewis) and his sister Cyril (Manville) are at the centre of British fashion, dressing royalty, movie stars and socialites in their distinct style. Women come and go through Woodcock’s life, providing the bachelor with inspiration and companionship, until he comes across a young, strong-willed woman, Alma (Krieps). As she becomes a fixture in his life as his muse and lover, Woodcock finds his once controlled and planned life disrupted by love.

Early Man

Early Man TBC

Last Flag Flying

Fri 16 – Thu 22 Feb Dir: Nick Park UK/France 2017 Cast: Tom Hiddleston, Eddie Redmayne, Maisie Williams Wallace and Gromit’s Nick Park returns with an unforgettable cast of hilarious new characters. At the dawn of time, when prehistoric creatures and woolly mammoths roamed the earth, plucky, big-hearted caveman Dug (Redmayne) and his tribe are forced out of their beloved Valley by evil Bronze Age Governor, Lord Nooth (Hiddleston). Along with his faithful hog, Hognob, Dug must unite his tribe and lead them in the biggest challenge they have ever faced in a battle to beat the Bronze Age at their own game. 12

Phantom Thread

Journey’s End

Journey’s End 12A Fri 23 Feb – Thu 1 Mar Dir: Saul Dibb UK 2017 108mins Cast: Sam Claflin, Paul Bettany, Asa Butterfield Set in the trenches of World War I, Journey’s End follows idealistic new recruit Lieutenant Raleigh (Butterfield) as he wrangles his way onto the front line to fight alongside Captain Stanhope (Claflin), his childhood hero. Stanhope - fallen from grace and into a bottle, but kept alive by the memory of his beloved, Raleigh’s sister Margaret - is dismayed to find him in the horror and claustrophobia of the dugout.

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Sun 18 Feb Dir: Jennifer Brea UK/USA 2017 98mins Cast: Jennifer Brea, Omar Wasow, Jessica le Taylor When Harvard PhD student Jennifer Brea is struck down by a fever that leaves her bedridden, she sets out on a virtual journey to document her story as she fights a disease that medicine forgot.


The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water 15 Fri 2 – Sun 11 Mar Dir: Guillermo del Toro UK 2017 123 mins Cast: Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones 1962. Deep in a classified government lab an aquatic creature is hidden, the likes of which no one has ever seen. Isolated from the world around him, his loneliness is broken by mute cleaner Eliza (Hawkins), tapping on the glass of his cage. A love letter to classic cinema, Guillermo del Toro’s newest release is a stunning fable about love and belonging. 13

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Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

The Liberal American: The Films of Sidney Lumet 15 Sat 17 Feb 11am – 3.30pm (including lunch break) The day includes a full screening of Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead. Persona

Matters of Life (and Death): The Films of Ingmar Bergman 15 An illustrated talk by Geoff Andrew

After Martin Scorsese and Woody Allen, Sidney Lumet is the third great New York filmmaker. If he is less known, his films are not: chronicling the city in Twelve Angry Men, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon and Network and looking further afield with The Hill, Murder on the Orient Express and Equus. This talk looks at Lumet’s five-decade career, celebrating one of the great actors’ directors and his wide-ranging body of work.

Sat 27 Jan 11am – 3pm (including lunch break) The day includes a full screening of Persona. 2018 marks the centenary of the birth of the Swedish writer-director, Ingmar Bergman. Recognised as one of the greatest artists to have worked in film, television and theatre, he is the creator of classics like The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, Persona, and Cries and Whispers. In this talk illustrated with film clips, critic and programmer Geoff Andrew will look at what made Bergman’s work so special.


Coming Soon

French Popular Cinema Sat 3 Mar 11am – 3.30pm (including lunch break) Many of the most successful French films of the past few years have been colourful comedies such as Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis and Untouchable. Beyond the stereotypes, this is a fascinating and amusing snapshot of how France is addressing its new diversity. Taking a closer look at several recent films, Charlie Michael of the Institut National de l’Audiovisuel identifies themes and directions, directors and stars.


SATURDAY FAMILY SAVERS £5.50 (Adults) £3.50 (Children)

Captain Underpants The First Epic Movie U

NT LIVE (Encore Screening) Follies 12A


Sat 13 Jan 1.30pm Dir: David Soren USA 2017 84mins

Goldman/Sondheim Sun 7 Jan 1.30pm 2hrs 30mins £18, £11 (restricted view)



Puccini Sung in Italian with English surtitles Sat 27 Jan 5.55pm 3hr 18mins £27 (£22), £11 (restricted view)

COMÉDIE-FRANCAISE ¸ (Encore Screening) Le Mis

Le Misanthrope






Donizetti French with subtitles Tue 30 Jan 7.30pm 3hrs £18, £11 (restricted view)


George Beard and Harold Hutchins accidently hypnotise their school principal into believing he is Captain Underpants and, when a disgraced evil scientist is bent on exacting revenge on their school, they must all work to stop him.

Mulan U Sat 20 Jan 1.30pm Dir: Tony Bancroft, Barry Cook USA 1998 88mins Mulan is a loving girl who is always brave and bold. When her country needs it most, she disguises herself as a man and goes off to fight using courage and determination to win the day.

MET OPERA LIVE (Encore Screening)

L’Elisir d’Amore

Donizetti Sung in Italian with English surtitles Sun 11 Feb 1pm 2hr 59mins £27 (£22), £11 (restricted view)


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William Shakespeare Wed 14 Feb 7pm 2hrs 55mins approx. £18, £11 (restricted view)


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Puccini Sung in Italian with English surtitles Sat 24 Feb 5.30pm 3hrs 16mins £27 (£22), £11 (restricted view)

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Paddington 2 PG Sat 3 Feb 1.30pm Dir: Paul King UK 2017 100mins When an unusual pop-up book is stolen from Mr. Gruber’s antique shop and Paddington is framed for the crime, it’s up to him, the Browns and some new friends to unmask the thief.

Tennessee Williams Sun 25 Feb 1pm 3hrs approx £18, £11 (restricted view)



An Introduction to Virtual Reality Arts Tue 30 Jan – Sun 4 Feb Step into a range of boundary-pushing Virtual Reality experiences. Throughout the week, Limina’s Catherine Allen will lead exciting discussions about VR, alongside screenings of Empire Soldiers VR and Bosch and Magritte VR. Come along, dig a little deeper and get a sense of the VR creation process and its creative relevance to theatre, film and fine art.

Empire Soldiers VR by Metro Boulot Dodo Empire Soldiers is a breathtaking new show that blends performance and technology to tell the compelling stories of the forgotten Caribbean soldiers of World War 1. After the VR show, join us for a discussion on the exciting crossover between VR and theatre.

Bosch and Magritte VR by BDH Immersive Experience surrealism and its evolution like never before by flying through Bosch and Magritte’s mesmerising work. Join us after your VR session for a discussion about the origins of surrealism and how VR might become fine art’s next frontier. For more details see



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Clare Woods, English Murder, 2017 © the artist, courtesy Simon Lee Gallery, London/Hong Kong

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Reality Dimmed Sat 6 Jan – Sat 10 Mar


Tony Allen

A tribute to Art Blakey with Nubiyan Twist Thu 8 Feb 7.30pm


Point of Echoes

by Ben Wright Mon 12 & Tue 13 Feb 8pm


Translunar Paradise Tue 27 & Wed 28 Feb 7.45pm

Translunar Paradise


Jonathan Pie Back To The Studio Wed 7 Mar 7.30pm


Monstersaurus! Sat 31 Mar – Mon 2 Apr 11.30am & 2.30pm



Strauss Sung in German with English titles Thu 3 May 7.30pm


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QUICK GUIDE FILMS A–Z A Matter of Life and Death p09 A Woman’s Life p10 Battle of the Sexes p02 Blade of the Immortal p08 Brad’s Status p08 Captain Underpants The First Epic Movie p15 Cezanne: Portraits of a Life p08 Darkest Hour p11 Early Man p12 Eric Clapton: A Life in 12 Bars p04 Gauguin p06 Good Time p06 Happy End p04 Human Flow p07 In Between p09 Journey’s End p13 Jupiter’s Moon p10 Last Flag Flying p12 Love, Cecil p07 Loving Vincent p03 Molly’s Game p06 Mulan p15 North By Northwest p07 Paddington 2 p15 Phantom Thread p12 Star Wars: The Last Jedi p03 The Dinner p03 The Greatest Showman p05 The Killing of a Sacred Deer p04 The Post p11 The Shape of Water p13 The Silence of the Lambs p05 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri p10

DIGITAL SCREENINGS NT Live: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Encore Screening) p15 NT Live: Follies (Encore Screening) p15 Met Opera Live: La Bohème p15 Met Opera Live: L’Elisir d’Amore (Encore Screening) p15 Comédie Françasie: Le Misanthrope (Encore Screening) p15 Met Opera Live: Tosca p15 RSC Live: Twelfth Night p15

FILM EVENTS French Popular Cinema Matters of Life (and Death): The Films of Ingmar Bergman The Liberal American: The Films of Sidney Lumet


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Battle of the Sexes 4pm The Dinner 7.30pm The Dinner 6pm Battle of the Sexes 8.40pm Battle of the Sexes 6.10pm The Dinner 8.40pm Loving Vincent 6.10pm Star Wars: The Last Jedi 8.15pm Star Wars: The Last Jedi 3pm Star Wars: The Last Jedi 6pm Loving Vincent 8.50pm NT Live: Follies (Encore Screening) 1.30pm Loving Vincent 4.30pm Star Wars: The Last Jedi 7pm Happy End S 6pm Star Wars: The Last Jedi 8.15pm Star Wars: The Last Jedi 6pm Happy End S 9pm Star Wars: The Last Jedi 4pm Eric Clapton: A Life in 12 Bars 7pm Star Wars: The Last Jedi 6pm Happy End S 9pm The Killing of a Sacred Deer 6pm The Greatest Showman 8.30pm Captain Underpants 1.30pm The Greatest Showman 3.45pm The Greatest Showman 6.15pm The Killing of a Sacred Deer 8.30pm The Killing of a Sacred Deer 4pm The Greatest Showman 7.30pm The Greatest Showman S/HOH 6.15pm Silence of the Lambs 8.30pm The Greatest Showman 3.45pm Silence of the Lambs 6.15pm The Greatest Showman 8.45pm Off Screen Film Course 2pm The Greatest Showman 4pm The Greatest Showman 6.15pm Gauguin S 8.30pm Gauguin S 6.15pm The Greatest Showman 8.30pm Good Time 6.15pm Molly’s Game 8.30pm Mulan 1.30pm Molly’s Game 3.15pm Molly’s Game 6pm Good Time 8.50pm North By Northwest 4pm Molly’s Game 7pm Molly’s Game S/HOH BACKCHAT 6pm North By Northwest 8.50pm Molly’s Game 3.30pm Love, Cecil 6.15pm Molly’s Game 8.30pm Off Screen Film Course 1.30pm Molly’s Game 4pm Human Flow S 7pm Human Flow S 5pm Molly’s Game 8.30pm Cezanne Portraits of a Life 6.30pm Blade of the Immortal S 8.30pm Film Talk: Matters of Life and Death 11am Brad’s Status 3.15pm Met Opera Live: Tosca S 5.55pm

Sun 28 Mon 29 Tue 30 Wed 31

A Matter of Life and Death 4pm Brad’s Status 7.30pm Brad’s Status 6.15pm Blade of the Immortal S 8.30pm In Between Q&A 5pm Comédie-Française: Le Misanthrope S 7.30pm (Encore Screening) Off Screen Film Course 2pm A Matter of Life and Death 3.45pm Jupiter’s Moon S 6pm A Woman’s Life S 8.40pm

Sun 18 Unrest 2pm Early Man 4pm Last Flag Flying 8pm Mon 19 Early Man 6pm Last Flag Flying 8pm Tue 20 Early Man 4pm Early Man 6pm Last Flag Flying 8pm Wed 21 Off Screen Film Course 2pm Last Flag Flying 3.30pm Early Man 6pm Last Flag Flying 8pm Thu 22 Early Man 4pm FEBRUARY Early Man 6pm Thu 1 A Woman’s Life S 6pm Last Flag Flying 8pm Jupiter’s Moon S 8.30pm Fri 23 Phantom Thread 6.10pm Fri 2 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 6pm Journey’s End 8.50pm The Post 8.30pm Sat 24 Journey’s End 2pm Sat 3 Paddington 2 1.30pm Met Opera Live: La Bohème S 5.30pm The Post 3.30pm Phantom Thread 9.10pm The Post 6pm Sun 25 NT Live: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Encore Screening) 1pm Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 8.40pm Journey’s End 4.30pm Sun 4 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 4pm Phantom Thread 7.30pm The Post 7.30pm Mon 26 Journey’s End 6.10pm Mon 5 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, S/HOH 6pm Phantom Thread 8.30pm Missouri Tue 27 Journey’s End 4pm The Post 8.30pm Journey’s End 6.10pm Tue 6 The Post 3.30pm Phantom Thread 8.30pm The Post S/HOH BACKCHAT 6pm Wed 28 Off Screen Film Course 2pm Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 8.40pm Phantom Thread 3.30pm Wed 7 Off Screen Film Course 2pm Phantom Thread 6.10pm The Post 3.30pm Journey’s End 8.50pm Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 6pm The Post 8.30pm COMING SOON MARCH Thu 8 The Post 3.30pm The Post 6pm Thu 1 Journey’s End 4pm Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 8.40pm Journey’s End 6.10pm Fri 9 Darkest Hour 6pm Phantom Thread 8.30pm The Post 8.40pm Fri 2 The Shape of Water 6.05pm Sat 10 The Post 3.30pm Darkest Hour 8.40pm The Post 6pm Sat 3 Film Talk: French Popular Cinema 11am Darkest Hour 8.30pm The Shape of Water 3.30pm Sun 11 Met Opera Live: L’Elisir d’Amore S 1pm Darkest Hour 6pm (Encore Screening) The Shape of Water 8.30pm The Post 4pm Sun 4 The Shape of Water 4pm Darkest Hour 7pm Mon 5 The Shape of Water S/HOH BACKCHAT 6.05pm Mon 12 Darkest Hour S/HOH BACKCHAT 6.05pm Darkest Hour 8.40pm Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 8.40pm Tue 6 Darkest Hour 3.30pm Tue 13 Darkest Hour 3.30pm Darkest Hour 6.05pm Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 6pm The Shape of Water 8.30pm Darkest Hour 8.30pm Wed 7 Off Screen Film Course 2pm Wed 14 Off Screen Film Course 2pm The Shape of Water 3.30pm Darkest Hour 4pm The Shape of Water 6.05pm RSC Live: Twelfth Night 7pm Thu 8 Darkest Hour 3.30pm Thu 15 Darkest Hour 3.15pm The Shape of Water 8.30pm Darkest Hour 6.05pm Fri 9 The Shape of Water 8.30pm Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 8.40pm Sat 10 The Shape of Water 3.30pm Fri 16 Early Man 6pm The Shape of Water 6.05pm Last Flag Flying 8pm Sun 11 The Shape of Water 7.30pm Sat 17 Film Talk: The Liberal American 11am Early Man 4pm S/HOH Subtitled for hard of hearing. S Subtitled. Early Man 6pm BACKCHAT A chance to talk about what you have seen with Last Flag Flying 8pm Julia Jones in a series of informal discussions on key new films. NB. Where certificates show TBA the information was unavailable at the time of going to print. Please check website for updated information.

Warwick Arts Centre reserves the right to change the film programme without notice. Please check our website or contact Box Office for updated information.


OFF SCREEN FILM COURSE box office 024 7652 4524 Box Office Opening Times Mon to Sat: 10am – 9pm Sun: 2pm – 8pm

Standard Ticket Prices Unless otherwise stated Full price: £9 Concessions: £7.50 (Over 60s in full time retirement, recipients of job seekers allowance, Passport to Leisure holders)

University of Warwick Students: £4.50 Under 18s and Full Time Students: £6.25 Groups of 5+: £6.45 each Other Ticket Prices and Discounts Weekday Matinees: £6 all tickets Saturday Film Talks: £15 (£12.50) Saturday Family Film: £5.50 (£3.50) Special Events: £12.50 (£10) Join our Film Club for ticket discounts and offers.

Do you love cinema and enjoy talking about films? Join our Off Screen Film Course, which runs every Wednesday over a 4 week period. Our expert facilitator will lead an interactive 90-minute discussion about the forthcoming film, whilst also reflecting on the previous week’s film. After the discussion there will be a short break before the screening begins.

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COURSE DIARY Wed 17 Jan The Greatest Showman Wed 24 Jan Molly’s Game Wed 31 Jan A Matter of Life and Death Wed 7 Feb The Post Wed 14 Feb Darkest Hour Wed 21 Feb Last Flag Flying Wed 28 Feb Phantom Thread Wed 7 Mar The Shape of Water

Price: £48 including admission to the film discussed in each session. Please note the 4 week film course must be purchased as a package and missed sessions cannot be refunded. See website for updates. To book your place please call Box Office on 024 7652 4524.

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Brochure available in large print on 024 7652 4524 Subtitles for the hard of hearing available on selected film screenings. Look for the S/HOH symbol next to film times in the quick guide.


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Warwick Arts Centre Film Diary Jan - Feb 2018  
Warwick Arts Centre Film Diary Jan - Feb 2018  

Our Film Diary for Jan -Feb 2018. Featuring lots of new releases, foreign films and special events.