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Film 1: Up For Love

Two comedies about loving in the modern era, one sparkling and light, the other spinning into dramatic territory. Diane is brilliant, beautiful, and a formidable lawyer. She's just put an end to a toxic, unhappy marriage and is finally considering the idea of meeting someone new. A series of fateful events lead Diane to receive a phone call from the mysterious Alexandre and before she knows it, she's agreed to a date. But society might not look to kindly on their relationship

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Wednesday 31 Aug 201618:30
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Film 2: The Commune (15)

The Commune reunites Danish director Thomas Vinterberg with scriptwriter Tobias Lindholm (The Hunt, A Hijacking) in a story that focuses on the clash between personal desires versus the solidarity and tolerance in a commune in the mid-1970s.

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Wednesday 31 Aug 201620:30
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The Man Who Knew Too Much (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

1956 version. A family vacationing in Morocco accidentally stumble on to an assassination plot and the conspirators are determined to prevent them from interfering.

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Wednesday 31 Aug 201613:55
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The Deep Blue Sea (12A)

National Theatre Live

Helen McCrory (Medea and The Last of the Haussmans at the National Theatre, Penny Dreadful, Peaky Blinders) returns to the National Theatre in Terence Rattigan's devastating masterpiece, playing one of the greatest female roles in contemporary drama. Tom Burke (War and Peace, The Musketeers) also features in Carrie Cracknell's critically acclaimed new production.

A flat in Ladbroke Grove, West London. 1952. When Hester Collyer is found by her neighbours in the aftermath of a failed suicide attempt, the story of her tempestuous affair with a former RAF pilot and the breakdown of her marriage to a High Court judge begins to emerge. With it comes a portrait of need, loneliness and long-repressed passion. Behind the fragile veneer of post-war civility burns a brutal sense of loss and longing.

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Thursday 1 Sep 201619:00
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Black (18)

15 year old Mavela (Martha Canga Antonio) is a member of the Black Bronx gang who falls madly in love with Marwan (Aboubakr Bensaihi) a member of rival Moroccan gang the 1080s. Divided by race and with limited prospects in inner city Brussels, the young couple are forced to make a brutal choice between love and loyalty.

"Adapted from two books by Flemish author Dirk Brache. It is worth noting that nearly all the film’s role models (the concerned cops and the protective parents) are also people of colour. It’s not race that makes these people monsters, rather their behaviour is a reaction to the racism they feel directed against them, asserting a strength they don’t feel as outsiders"


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Friday 2 Sep 201620:00
Saturday 3 Sep 201614:0016:0018:0020:00
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Into the Woods (PG)

Kids' Kino Club - tickets from £1.75

Our Spooky Season begins with the tale of a witch who tasks a baker and his wife with collecting magical items from classic fairy tales to reverse a curse put on their family…

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Saturday 3 Sep 201611:30
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Film 1: La Verite

"I have been very happy, very rich, very beautiful, much adulated, very famous and very unhappy." Brigitte Bardot took the world by storm, and not without reason A young French provincial girl finds herself involved in a murder charge in Paris as a result of a series of unfortunate circumstances dating from her early childhood.

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Sunday 4 Sep 201614:00
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Film 2: Le Mepris (15)

A screenwriter and his wife drift apart during the filming of one of the screenwriter’s stories.

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Sunday 4 Sep 201616:30
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Stalker (PG)

In a future world that has been seemingly ravaged by war and poverty there exists a myth of hope amongst the people - a forbidden place known as the Zone, the heart of which, if reached, grants one’s innermost desires. Two men, a writer and a professor, hire someone known as a Stalker, a guide who can navigate the treacherous and confounding path that leads them to the centre of the Zone.

"Visually unforgettable and possibly Tarkovsky’s finest work"

Philip French, The Guardian

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Sunday 4 Sep 201619:30
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Film 1: Too Late For Tears (PG)

Two of the best film noirs to come out of the '40s When Jane Palmer’s husband Alan (Kennedy) accidentally gets his hands on $60,000 in stolen money she insists he keep it only to have her subterfuge exposed by a two-bit private detective (Duryea) who insists she hand over the money to him and this is only the start. Scott puts in a memorable turn in this rarely screened film noir.

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Monday 5 Sep 201618:30
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Film 2: Laura (U)

An Oscar winning adaptation of Vera Caspary’s suspense novel. A police detective falls in love with the woman whose murder he is investigating.

"A highly polished and debonair whodunit"

Time Magazine

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Monday 5 Sep 201620:30
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Architecture x Fashion x Film

RIBA Regent Street Windows

Presented by the Royal Institute of British Architects. The evening of short films will explore cross-disciplinary production and how creative practices such as architecture, fashion and film, cross, merge and divide, constantly challenging our understanding of them.
Followed by a speaker from ShowStudio.

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Tuesday 6 Sep 201619:00
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Words and Music (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

An all star cast feature in this eulogy to Larry Hart seen through the eyes of his song-writing partner, Richard Rodgers. From the gutter to the stars, the film spans their successes on Broadway, London, through to Hollywood.

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Wednesday 7 Sep 201614:00
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CinemaItaliaUK presents:

Flavia is 50 years old, and after two failed marriages and a complicated relationship with a married man, she is now single again after a very long time. Not an easy endeavour for any woman her age, and for her in particular, due to her pathological lack of confidence which causes her to constantly depend on the people around her: her two ex-husbands, her two sons, her tyrannical friends and her husbands’ new wives, seen as unreachable role models that she tries to emulate without success.

With the help of a wise and seraphic psychoanalyst, Flavia struggles regaining independence and self-confidence, tackling numerous driving tests and awkward approaches to auto-eroticism. 

Followed by Q&A with actor and director Laura Morante.

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Thursday 8 Sep 201619:30
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Jovan is back at college, dating casually with no strings attached. But when he finds signs in the facebook videos of current fling Maja that she is lying to him and seeing other people Jove begins to feel the first tendrils of jealousy.

Passion and deceptions both begin to rise as Jovan starts to lose himself in Maja.

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Friday 9 Sep 201619:30 (Closed)
Sunday 23 Oct 201619:30
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Fantasia (U)

Kids' Kino Club - tickets from £1.75

Classic Mickey Mouse as wizard fantasy flick; the film features Disney studio's animation artists at the height of their powers. Viewed by many as the best ever Disney film!

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Saturday 10 Sep 201611:30
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Film 1: Born To Be Blue (15)

Two icons of jazz get the biopic treatment, with deliriously dizzy soundtracks, obviously. In the 1950s, Chet Baker (Ethan Hawke) was one of the most famous trumpeters in the world, renowned as both a pioneer of the West Coast jazz scene and an icon of cool. By the 1960s, he was all but washed up, his career and personal life in shambles due to years of addiction.

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Saturday 10 Sep 201616:0021:00
Sunday 11 Sep 201616:00
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Film 2: Bird (15)

A compassionate portrait of jazz visionary Charlie "Yardbird" Parker, starring Forest Whitaker and directed by Clint Eastwood.

"sensitively acted, beautifully planned visually and dynamic musically"


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Saturday 10 Sep 201618:00
Sunday 11 Sep 201613:00
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Film 1: The Confession (15)

Go behind the scenes on the war on terror with these docs that look at two men defined by it: a journalist, and an accused terrorist. From supporting the Bosnian Mujahideen to being imprisoned in Bagram and Guantanamo, from the rebel training camps in Syria to the prison cells of Belmarsh in Britain, Moazzam Begg has experienced a generation of conflict. This is his first-hand account, a chronicle of the rise of modern jihad, its descent into terror and the disastrous reaction of the West.

The film is based on a recorded interview and is a fascinating insight into a man who has been detained in several countries on suspicion of terrorism without ever being convicted of a crime.

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Monday 12 Sep 201618:30
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Film 2: Jim: The James Foley Story

In August, 2014, a video of the public execution of American photojournalist James Foley rippled across the globe. That image challenged the world to deal with a new face of terror. And it tested one American family. Seen through the lens of filmmaker Brian Oakes, Foley’s close childhood friend, Jim takes us from small-town New England to the adrenaline-fueled front lines of Libya and Syria, where Foley pushed the limits of danger to report on the plight of civilians impacted by war.

Brilliantly constructed with unparalleled access, Jim is a harrowing chronicle of bravery, compassion, and pain at the dawn of World War ISIS.



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Monday 12 Sep 201620:25
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Film 1: When a Woman Ascends the Stairs (PG)

A pair of classics from the Japan, one old, one new, both exquisite. The widowed Keiko (Hideko Tanake) manages a hostess bar in Tokyo’s Ginza district. She remains faithful to the memory of her husband and supports her mother, brother and his son. The smiling mask she wears allows her to make a living, but the pressure to sell herself is unrelenting. Her business is failing and she must decide whether to raise the money to buy her own bar or marry one of her admiring affluent patrons.

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Tuesday 13 Sep 201618:30
Wednesday 14 Sep 201618:30
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Film 2: Sweet Bean (PG)

Struggling street food vendor Sentaro finds himself confronted with Tokue, an odd but sympathetic elderly lady looking for work. When he reluctantly accepts, it’s not long before Tokue proves to have an extraordinary gift when it comes to making 'an' the sweet red bean paste filling used in his dorayakis - which starts a relationship that is about much more than just street food.

One of the most acclaimed figures in modern Japanese cinema, Naomi Kawase followed up her remarkable 2014 Still the Water with Sweet Bean, a small-town drama of culinary redemption, which opened the prestigious Un Certain Regard strain of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

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Tuesday 13 Sep 201620:40
Wednesday 14 Sep 201620:40
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The Country Girl (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

Stellar drama where we see the Crosby's true acting chops realised. An alcohoic singer/actor Frank (Crosby) becomes employed by a director who views the actor's wife, Georgie (Kelly) to be the crux of his problems….

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Wednesday 14 Sep 201614:00
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The Beatles: Eight Days a Week

World Premiere event broadcast live.

February 9th, 1964, 8:12pm EST – after a brief commercial break, four young men from Liverpool step onto the Ed Sullivan stage, changing culture forever.

Seventy-three million people watched The Beatles perform that night, the largest audience in television history. But it is what the band did next that would introduce them to the entire world, permanently transforming the music industry and forever engraining them into the fabric of popular culture...

They went on tour. By the time the band quit touring in August of 1966, they had performed 166 concerts in 15 countries and 90 cities around the world. The cultural phenomenon their touring helped create, known as "Beatlemania," was something the world had never seen before and, arguably, hasn't since.

This is the not-to-missed story of the band's exceptional touring years – an intimate portrait of the band, and a behind-the-scenes look at The Beatles on tour. Exploring the effect it had on their relationships, as well as their musical evolution, and looking at how they transformed the world of music, the film features interviews, unheard music and exclusive concert footage from the biggest band of all time.

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Thursday 15 Sep 201619:30
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Foxy Brown (18)

Soul Jazz Records presents Blaxploitation Classic Films#1: Foxy Brown starring Pam Grier. Pam Grier is Foxy Brown.

Made in 1974, Foxy Brown is one of the quintessential Blaxploitation films. 25 years later Foxy Brown’s character became the basis for Quentin Tarentino’s Jackie Brown (which also starred Pam Grier after she came back from retirement). Pam Grier defines and subverts Blaxploitation cinema as a cinema of black female empowerment. Foxy Brown is a highly moral, sexual, stylish, violent character in a sea of immorality.

Enduring forced heroin injections, torture, prostitution and more in order to achieve her aims. She is never a victim and always wins her fights. Foxy Brown is out for revenge after her husband (an ex-policeman recovering from plastic surgery to alter his identity) is killed by hitmen for the local drugs mafia (headed by a white woman) tipped off after Foxy’s own drug-dealing brother (Antonio Fargas, later to play Huggy Brown in the TV show Starsky and Hutch) snitches on him. 

The film features the super-funky music of Willie Hutch (Motown Records), wicked clothes, car chases, sex, drugs and the righteous violence of Foxy Brown’s sweet revenge. Delivering the final line in the film to the female drug lord she simply states ‘Death is too easy for you, bitch. I want you to suffer.’

Foxy Brown is the first in a once-a-month season of Blaxploitation Cinema classics presented by Soul Jazz Records who will be introducing the films and also playing 70s funk and soul in the cinema bar before and after the main feature.

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Friday 16 Sep 201619:30
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Coraline (PG)

Kids' Kino Club - tickets from £1.75

An extraordinary and imaginative animation of a gutsy young girl Coraline, who moves house with her parents to a place that opens up a magical and spooky world.

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Saturday 17 Sep 201611:30
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I am the Gorgon: Bunny 'Striker' Lee and the Roots of Reggae

Uptown Rockers
Reggae Film Festival

I Am The Gorgon tells the story of how Jamaican music spread from the ghettoes of Kingston to the furthest reaches of the globe. The principle focus is on the rise of legendary producer Bunny 'Striker' Lee, from car mechanic and record plugger to reggae's most successful producer in the 1970s.

Bunny Lee was a prime agent for spreading reggae music internationally, carving out new markets in Britain and America, as he became the most prolific record producer on the planet. His journey involves politics, arguments, gangs and guns, and an amazing cast of musical talent in the extraordinary story of how and island of fewer than 3 million people spread its musical message across the world.

Followed by a Q&A with star of the film, the legendary Bunny 'Striker' Lee in person.

Part of the Uptown Rockers Reggae Festival.

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Saturday 17 Sep 201617:00
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Rockers (15)

Uptown Rockers
Reggae Film Festival

A riotous burst of energy and colour, almost documentary in style, Rockers is a cameo- packed gutsy thriller of the dread-locked, ganja-smoking drummer Leroy 'Horsemouth' Wallace's attempts to succeed in the cut-throat Jamaican music biz which provides much insight, amusement and education.

The film captures reggae at its musical apex with a magnificent soundtrack and a cast reads like the ultimate Reggae Hall Of Fame, featuring some of the leading musicians and producers of the day: Peter Tosh, Gregory Isaacs, Lee Perry, Dennis Brown, Bunny Wailer, Third World, Big Youth, The Heptones, Robbie Shakespeare, Leroy Smart, Dillinger and the fantastic Burning Spear.

"One of the most chilled things ever put on film"

Mail on Sunday

Part of the Uptown Rockers Reggae Festival.

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Saturday 17 Sep 201619:00
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The Harder They Come (15)

Uptown Rockers
Reggae Film Festival

Without doubt, the greatest reggae film of all-time, directed by the great Perry Henzell. The Harder They Come is the essential rebel-reggae story of a young, gifted and black Kingston musician whose attempt to lift himself out of poverty leads to meddling with drug-dealing and murder.

Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff plays the young outlaw who fights back against a corrupt system, finally achieves fame, fortune and hit records but ultimately spends his days on the run from gangstas. A cult hit that inspired a worldwide album soundtrack hit featuring Cliff singing The Harder They Come, You Can Get It If You Really Want and Many Rivers To Cross.

Part of the Uptown Rockers Reggae Festival.

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Saturday 17 Sep 201621:00
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Reggae + Reggae in Babylon (U)

Uptown Rockers
Reggae Film Festival
Documentary Double

Rarely seen and never released on DVD or VHS, British film maker and writer Horace Ove's Reggae was the first documentary to capture the early days of reggae's UK invasion and its growing popularity outside of Jamaica. In this mix of performances filmed at Wembley Arena in 1970 combined with footage shot in the West Indies and interviews providing social and political context, we are introduced to reggae as an art form that transcends music and becomes an articulation of a complex culture and a powerful medium for change. Featuring performances from the Pyramids, Pioneers, John Holt, The Heptones, Bob & Marcia, Laurel Aitken, Desmond Dekker.

Reggae in Babylon
In the late 1970's the young, gifted and black generation of Thatcher's Britain fused the Revolutionary zeal of Punk with their Rastafarian roots to create a new sound system that defined their struggle. Reggae was the saviour in their modern 'Babylon' and this acclaimed film charts the birth of urban British Reggae.

Followed by a Q&A with director Wolfgang Blud

Part of the Uptown Rockers Reggae Festival.

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Sunday 18 Sep 201615:30
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Pressure (15)

Uptown Rockers
Reggae Film Festival

Hailed as Britain's first black feature film, Pressure is a hard-hitting, honest document of the plight of disenchanted British-born black youths.

Set in 1970s London, it tells the story of Tony, a bright school-leaver, son of West Indian immigrants, who finds himself torn between his parents' church-going conformity and his brother's Black Power militancy. As his initially high hopes are repeatedly dashed - he cannot find work anywhere; potential employers treat him with suspicion because of his colour - his sense of alienation grows. In a bid to find a sense of belonging, he joins his black friends who, estranged from their submissive parents, seek a sense of purpose in the streets and in chases with the police.

An angry but sincere and balanced film, Pressure deals with the identity struggles that children of immigrants have to face and Horace Ove makes the most of his combination of professional actors and local non-actors from the from the streets of London.

Followed by a Q&A with the legendary Wilf Walker, original Notting Hill Carnival committee member and booker at Acklam Hall.

Part of the Uptown Rockers Reggae Festival.

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Sunday 18 Sep 201617:30
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Babylon (15)

Uptown Rockers
Reggae Film Festival

The film centres around Blue as he fronts a reggae sound system, hoping to rise above the trials of his daily life and win a Sound System competition, and captures the trials and tribulations of young black Londoners in the Thatcherite early eighties.

Starring Brinsley Forde (Blue), Karl Howman Trevor Laird, Brian Bovell, Victor Romero Evans, and set in London in 1980

Followed by a Q&A with star of the film, Trevor Laird.

Part of the Uptown Rockers Reggae Festival.

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Sunday 18 Sep 201620:30
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Built in Moving Image

An evening of short films curated by the RIBA Regent Street Windows architects. Hear from young, emerging architects currently working at the intersection of architecture, design and fashion, about the media beyond architecture that inspires them.

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Tuesday 20 Sep 201618:30
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Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (PG)

The definitive concert movie documentary filmed on 3rd July 1973 at Hammersmith Apollo. David Bowie effectively killed his on stage persona Ziggy Stardust in this his last concert as Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. Featuring tracks such as ‘All The Young Dudes’ and ‘White Light White Heart’ The footage is raw and real. Bowie at his best.

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Tuesday 20 Sep 201620:20
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Bells Are Ringing (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

A lighthearted musical revolving around Ella, who works at an answering service and the characters that she meets there.

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Wednesday 21 Sep 201614:00
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The Threepenny Opera - NT Live (15)

National Theatre Live

Mack the Knife is back in town.
A darkly comic new take on Brecht and Weill's raucous musical broadcast live from the stage of the National Theatre.

London scrubs up for the coronation. The thieves are on the make, the whores on the pull, the police cutting deals to keep it all out of sight. Mr and Mrs Peachum are looking forward to a bumper day in the beggary business, but their daughter didn't come home last night and it's all about to kick off… With Olivier Award-winner Rory Kinnear (Hamlet, Othello, James Bond) as Macheath, alongside Rosalie Craig (As You Like It, My Family and other Animals) as Polly Peachum and Haydn Gwynne (The Windsors, Drop the Dead Donkey) as Mrs Peachum.

This bold, anarchic production is brought to you by a creative powerhouse: adapted by Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), and directed by Rufus Norris (Everyman, London Road). Contains scenes of a sexual nature, violence and filthy language.

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Thursday 22 Sep 201619:00
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Beyond Citizen Kane

Presented by Dirty Movies

Documentary denouncing the manipulative tactics of the Brazilian TV giant Rede Globo to the world. The film revealed that Globo has virtually a monopoly over the opinions of Brazilians, and it is far more powerful than its American counterpart Fox News. The group supported the military coup of 1964 and it grew because of its unequivocal support of the regime. Globo tried to prohibit the film for decades, and it has never been shown in Brazilian cinemas.

There is renewed interest in this exciting doc now because Brazil saw another coup earlier this year, with Globo again playing a pivotal role. Following the screening, Dirty Movies, film producer John Ellis and special guests will debate the modern relevance of the film.

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Friday 23 Sep 201618:30
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The Cliff (12A)

London Spanish Film Festival

Gabriel has to put his promising political career on hold when a mass suicide of members of a sect takes place and his little sister seems to be involved. With the help of his sister's former lover and the police inspector he'll try to find her, and the sect's leader.

Preceded by the short 36 Hours, by Vincent Lacrocq and Kristell Chenut, with Jon Kortajarena, Clément Chabernaud
US/France | 9 min | col | cert. PG | In Spanish and French with English subtitles
Against the stunning backdrop of Lanzarote, a poetic reflexion on life and unexpected encounters.

Followed by a Q&A with Jon Kortajarena

Presented in collaboration with Fashion & Cinema

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival.

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Friday 23 Sep 201620:45
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Frankenweenie (PG)

Kids' Kino Club - tickets from £1.75

A heartwarming tale about a boy Victor and his dog. Victor conducts a science experiment to bring his beloved dog Sparky back to life, only to face sometimes unexpected and monstrous, consequences for his friends and neighbours.

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Saturday 24 Sep 201611:30
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Ebre. From the Cradle to the Battle

London Spanish Film Festival

Ebre. Del Bressol a la Batalla
The Spanish Civil War was a war of attrition. In 1938 the War had already worn out both armies and the spirit of the whole population. The National army however had the support provided by Hitler and Mussolini whereas the Republican army was ignored by the rest of Europe as these countries were more worried about a possible world war. It is in these conditions that, in an effort to stop the National army from crossing the river Ebre, the Republic called to arms thousands of youths aged 17 and 18. The story of some of these youngsters is narrated by Parrado with fresh enthusiasm and passion, all the while staying true to the facts.

Preceded by an introduction by Hispanist Prof. Paul Preston (London School of Economics)

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival.

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Saturday 24 Sep 201616:30
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Falling (12A)

London Spanish Film Festival

Alma and Aslan, now separated, meet in the place where they spent their best years while married. While they remember their shared dreams and try to figure out what went wrong, Aslan tries to change Alma's memories and make sense of them for a new life. Shot with a very small crew in the dream setting of the Dominican Republic, Falling is a very intimate film where the enormous talent of the actors thrives under the perceptive and sensitive direction of Rodríguez Rosell, who visited us with her debut film, Buscando a Eimish, also featuring Suárez and Ünel, a few years ago.

Followed by a Q&A with Ana Rodríguez Rosell, Emma Suárez and Birol Ünel

With the support of Goethe Institut

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival.

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Saturday 24 Sep 201618:30
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Andrei Rublev (15)

Widely regarded as Tarkovsky’s finest film, ‘Andrei Rublev’ charts the life of the great icon painter through a turbulent period of 15th Century Russian history, which was marked by endless fighting between rival Princes and Tatar invasions. Made on an epic scale, it does not flinch from portraying the savagery of the time, from which, almost inexplicably, the serenity of Rublev’s art arose. The great set-pieces - the sack of Vladimir, the casting of the bell, the pagan ceremonies of St. John’s Night and the Russian crucifixion are tours-de-force of visceral filmmaking.

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Sunday 25 Sep 201615:00
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A Perfect Day (15)

London Spanish Film Festival

Fernando León de Aranoa's film revolves around the efforts of a group of aid workers to remove a corpse from a well in an armed conflict zone in the Balkans. What initially seemed like a relatively simple task turns out to be a nearly impossible mission complicated by bureaucracy and the stubbornness of the population in conflict. The director achieves, with remarkable skill, consistency between the different yearnings of the international, polyglot array of characters in a frustratingly complicated context. Like a Russian doll, the film is a drama inside a comedy, inside a road movie, inside a war movie....

Followed by a Q&A (tbc)

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival.

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Sunday 25 Sep 201618:30
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London Spanish Film Festival

When Hugo Vartán, a struggling writer, finds out that someone he vaguely knows was connected to a murder, the next thing he does is to set out to investigate the facts and use the story to write his next book - which needs to be delivered in a few weeks. As his investigation progresses, Hugo finds himself entering an enigmatic, dangerous world that he doesn't belong in. Will he go ahead with the investigation for the sake of his new book or will he stay away aware of the consequences it may have in this life? Hernando's second feature film is an accomplished and compelling thriller balanced with graceful suspense.

Preceded by the short El Corredor / The Runner
dir. José Luis Montesinos, with Miguel Ángel Jenner, Lluís Altés | Spain | 2014 | 12 min | col | In Spanish with English subtitles | UK premiere
Five years ago the boss closed the company and fired 300 workers. The first day that he goes out to run he meets one of them.

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival.

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Sunday 25 Sep 201620:40
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London Spanish Film Festival

Amaia grew up on a farm with her parents, brother and grandmother. A video-artist, she finds inspiration in the context in which she grew up and, particularly, in her amama (grandmother) and in the conflicting relationship with her father, who remains firm in his traditional farmer beliefs. A poetic homage to the Basque rural world and matriarchy, a world that is disappearing, Altuna's Amama is a film with several layers, which, in the end, aims for reconciliation between tradition and modernity.

Preceded by the short Lost Village, by George Todria, with Kakkha Kobaladze, Lia Abuladze
Spain | 2015 | 15 min | Without dialogues | UK premiere
A middle-aged man and a woman are the only people living in an abandoned village when lights start appearing in some of the empty houses. Their lives will never be the same again.

Followed by a Q&A (tbc)

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival.

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Monday 26 Sep 201618:30
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Sour Grapes

With pockets full of cash, charisma and a preternatural memory for vintages, an unassuming young Rudy Kurniawan earns the reputation of a wine savant, surrounding himself with some of high society’s most fervent wine connoisseurs. But when Bill Koch, a top US collector, and, Laurent Ponsot, a Burgundian wine producer, discover suspicious bottles, a humorous and suspenseful investigation begins into one of the most ingenious cons of our time.

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Monday 26 Sep 201620:45
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Far From the Sea

London Spanish Film Festival

Lejos del Mar
When Marina, a doctor living in Almería, leaves her work place one day, the last thing she expects to see is Santi, who she had a terrible encounter with when she was a child. Recently released, Santi, who has been in prison since then, has come to visit an old cell mate, who is terminally ill and who Marina is taking care of. One of the most established filmmakers in Spain, with unforgettable films like La muerte de Mikel (1983), Días contados (1994) or El viaje de Carol (2002), Uribe offers us a wonderful meditation on love, loss and absence with the support of the superb performances of two of Spain's best actors, Fernández and Anaya.

Followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival.

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Tuesday 27 Sep 201618:30
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Dirty Wolves

London Spanish Film Festival

Lobos Sucios
Manuela and the poor population of her small village in Galicia work in the mines retrieving and processing wolfram for the Nazis, who need this rare metal for the Third Reich's war machine. When some of the miners plan a revolt against Franco's military men and the Nazis, and her sister starts helping Jews cross the border into Portugal, she must decide if she can remain neutral in a time of war. Inspired by real events in the early 1940s, Casal manages to also infuse the Galician mountains, forests and wolves with a mysticism and magic very much in line with the mythology of that part of Spain. Marian Álvarez, as usual, delivers a powerful and nuanced performance.

Preceded by the short Eco / Echo
dir. Xacio Baño, with Xosé Barato, Rocío González
Spain | 2015 | 20 min | col | In Spanish and Galician with English subtitles | UK premiere
Echo's voice was stolen and she was sentenced to repeat what everyone else said. Trapped, she decides to take shelter in a cave and to distance herself from human touch.

Followed by a Q&A with Lobos sucios's Executive Producer and Scriptwriter Paula Cons and Nir Cohen, Film Programmer at UK Jewish Film

Enjoy a glass of wine from 8pm courtesy of Pincipe de Viana

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival.

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Tuesday 27 Sep 201620:40
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Show Boat (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

1936, black and white version of the classic musical. A naive young daughter of a show boat captain is thrust into the limelight as the company's new leading lady, much to her parents protestations.

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Wednesday 28 Sep 201614:00
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Film 1: The Blue Room (18)

Two new films from a pair of the most exciting directors currently working in France: Mia Hansen-Love and Mathieu Amalric. Based on a novel by Georges Simenon. A man and a woman, secretly in love, alone in a room. They desire each other, want each other and share sweet nothings. Now the man finds himself being investigated by the police.

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Wednesday 28 Sep 201618:30
Thursday 6 Oct 201618:30
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Film 2: Things to Come (12A)

Nathalie teaches philosophy at a high school in Paris. She is passionate about her job and particularly enjoys passing on the pleasure of thinking. Married with two children, she divides her time between her family, former students and her very possessive mother. One day, Nathalie's husband announces he is leaving her for another woman. With freedom thrust upon her, Nathalie must reinvent her life.

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Wednesday 28 Sep 201620:05
Thursday 6 Oct 201620:05
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Light Years

One hot summer’s day, Rose (newcomer Zamira Fuller) longs to see her mum (Beth Orton) but nobody will take her. Her father, struggling to cope, disappears to work, her sister waits to meet a boy on the local golf course and her brother is preoccupied at home communing with spirits online.

Taking destiny into her own hands she sets off alone deep into England’s forgotten edge lands to reach her. Rose’s odyssey provokes her disconnected, fractured siblings and parents into a poignant reunion to face their challenges together.

Light Years is the debut feature from BAFTA award winning film maker and photographer Esther May Campbell and features the acting debut of acclaimed singer/songwriter Beth Orton and a cast of young newcomers. Light Years is a poetic and startling story of loss, hope and the deepest of human connections.

Followed by a Q&A

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Thursday 29 Sep 201619:30
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Song of the Sea (PG)

Part of our Kids' Kino Club
For children under 16 and accompanying adults tickets are just £1.75

Song of the Sea blends Celtic legends, bravura design and animation, and intelligent storytelling that understands but never patronises young viewers, to create an exquisite and rewarding work.

Leslie Felperin, The Guardian

"This superb Irish animation is a treat...gorgeous." *****

The Observer

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Saturday 1 Oct 201611:30
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Film 1: What Have I Done to Deserve This? (18)

Pedro Almodovar has been an unstoppable and utterly unique force on world cinema for over 40 years. Pedro Almodovar’s perversely funny take on modern urban living stars Carmen Maura as a housewife surrounded on all sides by wildly eccentric relatives including forgers, drug dealers, cup-cake addicts and lizards.

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Sunday 2 Oct 201614:3018:30
Monday 3 Oct 201618:30
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Film 2: Julieta (15)

Julieta decides to try to reconnect with her estranged daughter by moving back into their old apartment building, the only contact address her daughter will know. She begins a journal to explain the events that led to their separation. Based on three short stories from the book by Alice Munro, this is Almodovar’s 20th feature.

"A sombre, ravishing study of grief, guilt and burden."

Dave Calhoun, Time Out

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Sunday 2 Oct 201616:3020:30
Monday 3 Oct 201620:30
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Film 1: The Purple Rose of Cairo (PG)

Nobody makes films quite like Woody Allen - we pair his latest with one of his most fun. New Jersey, 1935. Waitress Cecelia escapes her dull job and abusive husband at the movies. After several visits to see The Purple Rose of Cairo, one of the film’s characters notices her and walks off the screen and into the real world. As romance begins to blossom, the world of the film is thrown into turmoil.

"It's a sweet, lyrically funny, multi-layered work"

New York Times

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Tuesday 4 Oct 201618:30
Wednesday 5 Oct 201618:30
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Film 2: Cafe Society (12A)

A glittering valentine to the movie stars, socialites, playboys, debutantes, politicians, and gangsters of the 1930s, Café Society follows the young Bobby Dorfman (Jesse Eisenberg) from the Bronx to Hollywood and back.

Buoyed by the nuanced performances of Stewart and Eisenberg, the 80-year-old Woody Allen creates a ravishing romance shot through with humor and heartbreak

Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

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Tuesday 4 Oct 201620:10
Wednesday 5 Oct 201620:10
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Belle of the Yukon (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

An invigorating musical set during the Canadian gold rush. Belle da Valle (Gypsy Rose Lee) has a piece of work on her hands keeping Honest John Calhoun (Randolph Scott), con artist cum dancehall owner, in line. Eye popping outfits and a rare film outing for the legendary Gypsy Rose Lee.

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Wednesday 5 Oct 201614:00
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Film 1: Maggie's Plan (15)

New York takes centre-stage in this pair of quietly moving stories of modern life in the big city. Greta Gerwig portrays Maggie Hardin, a vibrant and practical thirty-something New Yorker working in education, who without success in finding love, decides now is the time to have a child on her own. But when she meets John Harding (Ethan Hawke), an anthropology professor and struggling novelist, Maggie falls in love for the first time, and adjusts her plans for motherhood. Complicating matters, John is in an unhappy marriage with Georgette Harding (Julianne Moore).

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Friday 7 Oct 201618:30
Saturday 8 Oct 201618:30
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Film 2: Little Men

Jake is a quiet, sensitive 13yr old with dreams of being an artist. He meets the affably brash Tony at his grandfather’s funeral, and the unlikely pair soon hit it off. The budding friendship is put at risk, however, when a dispute between Jake’s parents threatens to become contentious.

"A beautiful rites of passage tale"

 Little White Lies

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Friday 7 Oct 201620:30
Saturday 8 Oct 201620:30
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Hotel Transylvania (U)

Kids' Kino Club - tickets from £1.75

Count Dracula owns a fancy holiday resort! He becomes very protective over his daughter, who is falling in love with a young boy and does everything he can to stop the romance from blooming. Fun for all the family.

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Saturday 8 Oct 201611:30
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The Clan

Within a typical family home in a wealthy suburb of Buenos Aires, a sinister clan makes its living off kidnapping and murder. Arquímedes heads and plans the operations. His eldest son Alejandro is a star rugby player at a prestigious local club and the Argentine mythical national team Los Pumas. The son gives in to his father’s will and identifies possible candidates for kidnapping; his popularity shields him from suspicion. 

Based on the true story of the Puccio family, Venice Silver Lion winner Pablo Trapero’s thrilling film is full of suspense and intrigue - taking place in the final years of the Argentine military dictatorship and incipient return to democracy in the early 80s.

"Pablo Trapero's audaciously entertaining true-crime saga will put a grin on the face of any Goodfellas fan"

Robbie Collin, The Telegraph

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Sunday 9 Oct 201614:0016:10
Tuesday 11 Oct 201619:30
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Un Homme Qui Dort

Based on a novel by Georges Perec, the Jean Vigo prizewinning Un Homme Qui Dort turns its back on conventional narrative or dialogue, instead telling its story through voiceover and inventive black and white cinematography.

Animat have composed and produced a new soundtrack, which they will be playing live, that uses elements from the original narration (in both English and French) and creates a hypnotic, ambient electronic soundscape that fits perfectly with the pace and mood of the film.

"an astonishing tour de force"

Time Out

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Sunday 9 Oct 201619:30
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Bitter Sweet (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

Noel Coward play made into moving image. Sarah Millick runs off to Vienna with her sweetheart & music teacher, Carl Linden, to escape an arranged marriage. They struggle to make a living by making music together in Vienna.

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Wednesday 12 Oct 201614:00
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Film 1: Mother and a Guest (12A)

Extraordinary double bill comprising the documentary about the kidnapping of South Korea's film industry power couple together with one of their biggest films.

Special Presentation from the Korean Cultural Centre UK

A six-year-old girl, Ok-hui lives with her mother and grandmother. People refer to their house as the "Widow House". When Mr Han, a friend of Ok-hui's uncle, moves in as a lodger, the dynamics of the house begin to change.

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Wednesday 12 Oct 201618:30
Thursday 13 Oct 201618:30
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Film 2: The Lovers and the Despot (PG)

An informative, alluring documentary about the 1978 kidnapping of two of South Korea’s famous film industry figures – esteemed director Shin Sang-ok and his star and ex-wife Choi Eun-hee by movie crazy dictator Kim Jong-il. Forced to make films in Jong-il’s state they get a second chance at love.

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Wednesday 12 Oct 201620:30
Thursday 13 Oct 201620:30
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Film 1: Star Trek the Motion Picture (PG)

Love Star Trek? Make a Friday night of it! When an alien spacecraft of enormous power is spotted approaching Earth, Admiral James T Kirk resumes command of the Starship Enterprise in order to intercept, examine and hopefully stop the intruder.

Part of our special Star Trek at 50! celebration.

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Friday 14 Oct 201618:30
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Film 2: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (PG)

With the help of the Enterprise crew, Admiral Kirk must stop an old nemesis, Khan Noonien Singh, from using the life creating Genesis Device as an ultimate weapon.

Part of our special Star Trek at 50! celebration.

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Friday 14 Oct 201621:00
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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (PG)

Admiral Kirk and his crew risk their lives and their careers by stealing the decommissioned USS Enterprise to return to the restricted Genesis planet to recover Spock’s body.

Part of our special Star Trek at 50! celebration.

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Saturday 15 Oct 201612:00
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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (PG)

To save Earth from an alien probe, Kirk and crew time travel back to 1986 San Francisco to retrieve the only beings who can communicate with it, two humpback whales.

Part of our special Star Trek at 50! celebration.

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Saturday 15 Oct 201614:00
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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (PG)

Kirk and his crew must deal with Mr Spock’s long lost half brother who hijacks the Enterprise in an obsessive search to find God at the centre of the galaxy.

Part of our special Star Trek at 50! celebration.

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Saturday 15 Oct 201616:30
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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (PG)

The original crew boldly go one final time – On the eve of retirement, Kirk and McCoy are charged with assassinating the Klingon high Chancellor and are imprisoned, the Enterprise crew must help them escape to thwart a conspiracy aimed at destroying the last hope for peace.

Part of our special Star Trek at 50! celebration.

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Saturday 15 Oct 201618:40
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Secret Star Trek Screening

A very special secret screening we are sure you will not want to miss!

Part of our special Star Trek at 50! celebration.

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Saturday 15 Oct 201621:00
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Film 1: Rebecca (PG)

Laurence Olivier - perhaps the finest actor of his generation - wows in this double bill. The second Mrs. de Winter is a shy and naive young woman, swept of her feet and into marriage by the charming Maxim de Winter. Upon return to Manderly, his English estate however, she receives a frosty reception from the staff who adored his first wife, Rebecca, who died in a mysterious boating accident. One of Hitchcock’s masterpieces.

An altogether brilliant film, haunting [and] suspenseful

New York Times

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Sunday 16 Oct 201615:00
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Film 2: Wuthering Heights (U)

Heathcliff (Olivier) is adopted into a wealthy family and forms a close bond with the daughter, Cathy. When he is turned out and forced to work as a stable boy however, the barrier of class comes between them. Laurence Olivier is brilliant as the brooding Heathcliff in this poetic adaptation of Emily Bronte's novel.

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Sunday 16 Oct 201617:30
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PoetryFilm Lumiere

PoetryFilm partners with the birthplace of cinema, Regent Street Cinema, and is delighted to present a new selection of short film artworks curated from The PoetryFilm Archive, chosen for their alignment with poetic structures and experiences, and with the visual, verbal and aural languages of poetry in various forms. The event will also feature live poetry readings by poets from Eyewear Publishing.

Curated and introduced by Zata Banks FRSA, founder of PoetryFilm.
PoetryFilm is one of the British Council's listed Experimental Film organisations and is an accredited member of Film Hub London, part of the BFI Audience Network. Since 2002, PoetryFilm has produced over 90 international events at cinemas, galleries, literary festivals and academic institutions - including Tate Britain, The ICA, Southbank Centre, CCCB Barcelona, O Miami, and Curzon Cinemas.

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Sunday 16 Oct 201619:30
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Film 1: A Good American (15)

Pair of documentarties about vast institutions doing things almost too staggeringly absurd to be true. Bill Binney was the best codebreaker in US history. After the Cold War he developed a revolutionary surveillance tool called ThinThread that was cheap and efficient, and didn’t invade anyone’s privacy. He developed it right up until the NSA scrapped it – 3 weeks before 9/11. In its place the NSA chose a surveillance system that generated profit and spied on its own citizens instead of its enemies. The system remains in place today. A Good American tells one of the most important stories of the information society, and dissects the inner workings and ties of a politico-economic network whose reach goes way beyond America.

"The film is a fascinating, sometimes jaw-dropping account"


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Monday 17 Oct 201618:30
Tuesday 18 Oct 201618:30
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Film 2: My Scientology Movie

Following a long fascination with Scientology, and with much experience in dealing with eccentric, unpalatable and unexpected human behaviour, Louis Theroux won’t take no for an answer when his request to enter the Church’s headquarters is turned down. In a bizarre twist, it subsequently becomes clear that the Church appears to be making their own film about Louis...

"Gloriously funny, a Pythonesque delight"

The Telegraph

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Monday 17 Oct 201620:30
Tuesday 18 Oct 201620:30
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Be Yourself! (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

A classic black and white oldie. In the nightclub where entertainer Fannie Field sings, two rivals for her favours, Jerry Moore and Mac McCloskey, come to blows before either realises the other is a boxer.

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Wednesday 19 Oct 201614:00
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Charity Preview of Sonita

Charity Preview of Sonita in memory of Gayle Griffiths.
In support of Cancer Research.

As a female rapper in conservative Iran, Sonita's talents are a liability. But Sonita insists on dreaming big. It was only a matter of time before her charismatic presence and spirited eyes changed her fortune, and she is suddenly offered a scholarship that leads her on a dangerous trip back to Afghanistan and ultimately to Utah.

An intimate portrait of creativity and womanhood, Sonita won Best Documentary Film and the Audience Award at Sundance

"Absorbing... endlessly suprising"

The Guardian

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Thursday 20 Oct 201619:30
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Film 1: Bicycle Thieves (U)

Two classics looking at father-child relationships. A landmark neorealist film set in post-World War II Italy where a working class man and his son set out to find his stolen bicycle.

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Friday 21 Oct 201618:30
Saturday 22 Oct 201614:0018:00
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Film 2: El Sur (PG)

Recalling her youth in northern Spain in the 1950s and her relationship with her beloved father, Estrella realises how little she knew about him. Raised in the south, he’d had his secrets. Delicate, nuanced, mysterious, Erice’s film reveals his abiding fascination with memory and missed opportunities, longing and loss, the passing of time and the links between private dreams and political realities. The performances – like the meticulously lit compositions and the evocative soundtrack – are superb throughout; Omero Antonutti is especially charismatic as Agustín, while Sonsoles Aranguren and Icíar Bollaín shine, respectively, as the young and teenaged Estella. Exquisitely beautiful, profoundly moving."

Geoff Andrew

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Friday 21 Oct 201620:30
Saturday 22 Oct 201616:0020:00
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Maleficent (PG)

Kids' Kino Club - tickets from £1.75

A favourite of the programmer- this gorgeous Disney fantasy tale is about a young fairie and the story behind why she grows up to be the Wicked Witch in Sleeping Beauty. A feast for the eyes!

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Saturday 22 Oct 201611:30
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Hell or High Water

Confident and beautifully shot thriller where a divorced dad and his ex-con brother resort to a desperate plan to save their family’s farm in West Texas.

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Sunday 23 Oct 201614:30
Monday 24 Oct 201618:30
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Anthropoid (15)

Anthropoid is based on the extraordinary true story of "Operation Anthropoid," the code name for the Czechoslovakian operatives' mission to assassinate SS officer Reinhard Heydrich. Heydrich, the main architect behind the Final Solution, was the Reich's third in command behind Hitler and Himmler and the leader of Nazi forces in Czechoslovakia. The film follows two soldiers from the Czechoslovakian army-in-exile, Josef Gab?ík (Cillian Murphy) and Jan Kubi (Jamie Dornan), who are parachuted into their occupied homeland in 1941.With limited intelligence and little equipment in a city under lock down, they must find a way to assassinate Heydrich, an operation that would change the face of Europe forever.

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Sunday 23 Oct 201616:30
Monday 24 Oct 201620:30
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The Goldwyn Follies (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

The film centres on a movie producer who chooses a simple girl to be "Miss Humanity" and to critically evaluate his movies from the point of view of the "ordinary joe". In a similar vein to "Gold Diggers" series and others of the era.

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Wednesday 26 Oct 201614:00
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The Knack (15)

A Richard Lester adaptation of an Ann Jellicoe play, originally performed at the Royal Court Theatre in 1962, The Knack stars Rita Tushingham (A Taste of Honey, Girl with the Green Eyes and The Leather Boys) as a young, single woman arriving by train in London who ends up sharing a house with Ray Brooks (an immaculately dressed, very hip and predatory musician) Michael Crawford (a sex-starved teacher) and Donal Donnelly (an eccentric artist).

Beautifully made and the epitome of cool, swinging London, the film projects an optimistic feeling that almost anything might be possible and is brilliantly shot in the style of Lester’s previous mega-success A Hard Day’s Night.

Unlike preceding dramas in which anyone under 30 was, at best, just a supporting figure in a larger cast, The Knack – in which Crawford and Tushingham explore newly available sexual freedoms and clumsily try to get ‘the knack’ of successfully establishing relationships with the opposite sex – is almost entirely orientated towards young people. The Knack thus makes a good claim to be considered the first feature film to adopt this typically 60’s youth centric approach to its storyline whilst still being firmly targeted at the wider adult audience.

Hugely liked at the time, it won the Palme d’Or at Cannes. The very jazzy soundtrack was by John Barry, with contributions from Alan Haven and Johnny de Little (formerly vocalist in The John Barry Seven). Haven was an ideal choice – a jazz organist married to the then Miss World who had simultaneously composed and released ‘Image’ the popular instrumental used as a theme by Radio Caroline.

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Friday 28 Oct 201619:45
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The Corpse Bride (PG)

Part of our Kids' Kino Club
For children under 16 and accompanying adults tickets are just £1.75

A Halloween treat! To celebrate Halloween in spooky style we have a make-up artist extraordinaire coming after the film for free freaky face painting in the cafe bar. Come and join us!

When a shy groom practices his wedding vows in the inadvertent presence of a deceased young woman, she rises from the grave assuming he has married her.

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Saturday 29 Oct 201611:30
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Angels in Notting Hill


Christopher Lee's voice stars twice in his last film, in two main characters – the boss of the universe and Mr. President, a sarcastic toy dog. This unique and poetic fantasy film is a surreal love story between angels, humans and human angels. A young angel trainee with a hot temper and a shady human past on an almost impossible job in Notting Hill. Dream and reality melt. Nothing is what it seems - not even the angel herself.

"Christopher Lee's legacy of love and peace"

Film Echo

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Saturday 29 Oct 201619:30
Sunday 30 Oct 201616:0018:3020:30
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Halloween (18)

Halloween, 1963. A young boy called Michael Myers stabs his sister to death. 15 years later he escapes the mental hospital and returns to his home town to wreak havoc.

This cinema classic, digitally restored and remastered by the original cinematographer, features an exclusive extended interview and retrospective with filmmaker John Carpenter.

"Halloween is an absolutely merciless thriller, a movie so violent and scary that, yes, I would compare it to Psycho."

Roger Ebert

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Monday 31 Oct 201619:30