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Alice in Wonderland (U)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

Lewis Carroll's beloved fantasy tale is brought to life in this Disney animated classic. When Alice falls down a rabbit hole, she enters a magical world full of exciting characters such as the Mad Hatter and the grinning Cheshire Cat. 

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Saturday 27 Jan 201811:30
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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (PG)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

A down-on-his-luck inventor turns a broken-down Grand Prix car into a fancy vehicle for his children, and then they go off on a magical fantasy adventure to save their grandfather in a far-off land.

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Saturday 17 Feb 201811:30
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Ferdinand (U)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

After Ferdinand, a bull with a big heart, is mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and torn from his home. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate adventure.

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Saturday 10 Feb 201811:30
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The Band Wagon (U)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75

Movie star Tony Hunter is feeling that his career is stalling.  But when his old friends Lily and Les Martin have an idea for a Broadway show, he agrees to do it. But things begin to get out of hand, when bigshot Director, Jeffrey Cordova joins the production.

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Wednesday 24 Jan 201814:00
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*Film 1: The Philadelphia Story (U)

Tracy Samantha Lord is the daughter of a wealthy family and about to marry for the second time. On the eve of her wedding, her ex-husband appears, with a tabloid reporter by his side in an attempt to kill a character-damning news-story of her father. This evolves into a love triangle (or square) and Tracy is forced to take an unflinching look at herself to realise who she truly loves.

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Sunday 7 Jan 201814:00
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*Film 2: North by Northwest (PG)

Cary Grant stars as the immaculately suited Roger O. Thornhill, a Madison Avenue advertising exec who becomes embroiled in a foreign espionage plot after he is mistaken for another man and kidnapped. Evading the law and the murderous intentions of Phillip Vandamm (James Mason), Roger travels across the United States in a bid to clear his name and solve the mystery, accompanied by the enigmatic Eve Kendall (Eva Marie Saint) – the quintessential Hitchcock blonde.

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Sunday 7 Jan 201816:15
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A Christmas Story (PG)

Kids' Kino Club.
Tickets for children and accompanying adults just £1.75

In this hilarious, family Christmas classic, a young boy tries to convince everyone around him to buy him his perfect present, but things don't always go to plan. 

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Saturday 23 Dec 201711:30
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A Matter of Life and Death (U)

Powell and Pressburger’s most moving film and a technical experiment in the hands of a young Jack Cardiff. A British wartime aviator who cheats death must argue for his life before a celestial court.

“The opening scenes of A Matter of Life and Death are among the most audacious and moving ever confected by the cinematic magicians Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger.” – The Guardian

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Sunday 31 Dec 201715:0017:00
Tuesday 2 Jan 201818:3020:30
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Aladdin (U)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

When a street urchin vies for the love of a beautiful princess, he uses a genie's magic power to make himself off as a prince in order to marry her. A disney classic with a stunning musical score.

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Saturday 24 Feb 201811:30
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An Affair to Remember (U)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75

When Nickie Ferrante meets a charming nightclub singer he finds himself falling in love despite being in a relationship. Not knowing if what they are feeling is real, they arrange to meet, six months later, at the top of the Empire State Building. A classic love story. 

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Wednesday 17 Jan 201814:00
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BAA: Public Choice 1

Don’t miss your chance to vote for winners in the British Animation Awards 2018!

BAA invites you, the audience, to vote for your favourite Short Film and Music Video, from 3 programmes put together from entries to BAA 2018, including several international festival award winners.

Following this 90 minute programme there will be a short break after which there will be a Q&A with the filmmakers

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Programme 3

Limoeiro/Lemon Tree | Joana Silva | Royal College of Art | 04:40

How to make a person out of a box, four walls and half a lemon.

Epic Fail | Greg Barth | Blink Ink | 05:30

Greg Barth puts World Peace to the public vote in a satirical look at how we perceive truth, information and politics, seen through the dual lenses of our real and virtual identities.

Maybe It's Me | Dimitris Simou | Independent | 06:00

An animator tries to recreate his childhood memories.

Inner House | Yuriko Ogawa | Royal College of Art | 06:40

A girl lives in a house in which the family members live isolated in separated spaces. She tries to find pleasure in life despite her parents’ neglect. Then makes a decision…

A Love Story | Anushka Naanayakkara | National Film & Television School | 10:00

Set in a universe entirely made of wool. It's love at first sight for our two beings...but will their relationship survive the onslaught of depression that takes over their lives?  

Yours Faithfully, Edna Welthorpe (Mrs) | Chris Shepherd | Polkadot | 05:15

A tribute to playwright Joe Orton, who used to write letters of complaint as ‘Edna Welthorpe’ to wind up vicars, various companies, and even ridicule his own plays.

Matchstick Zombies | Jake Blakestone | UCLAN | 03:00

Matchstick man Sparky struggles through a city wreathed in flames, avoiding zombies as he goes.

The Grey Hound | Josh Saunders | Royal College of Art | 04:50

A woman struggles with her grey hound. Her partner struggles to understand.

Tete a Tete | Natasha Tonkin | National Film & Television School | 08:00

A young woman visits her family. Over the weekend tensions fray, whilst technology provides an easy respite. As her gaze shifts from the screen, she discovers a deeper kind a connection.

3 Cane Whale: Eggardon Hill | Mark Taylor, Duncan Fraser & Paul Hill | A Productions for Idyllic Records

An abstract visual interpretation of the track by UK folk artists, celebrating the beauty and mystery of the iron age hill fort in Dorset across the seasons.

Sparks: Edith Piaf (Said it Better Than Me) | Joseph Wallace | Cardel for BMG

Sparks find themselves in 1930s Paris in pursuit of something just beyond their grasp.

Reel of Fortune | Jack Grace | The Arts University at Bournemouth | 04:30

What would you risk to reel in that perfect catch?

Bump Classique | Ben Wheele | Ben Wheele Studio | 03:40

Please don’t explode…

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Thursday 4 Jan 201819:30
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BAA: Public Choice 2

Don’t miss your chance to vote for winners in the British Animation Awards 2018!

BAA invites you, the audience, to vote for your favourite Short Film and Music Video, from 3 programmes put together from entries to BAA 2018, including several international festival award winners.

Following this 90 minute programme there will be a short break after which there will be a Q&A with the filmmakers

Programme 2

Programme 3

G-AAAH | Elizabeth Hobbs | Independent | 01:25

Amy Johnson worked as a solicitor’s typist before her record- breaking Croydon to Australia solo flight in 1930. The film was created with an Underwood 315 typewrite,r as a celebration of her journey.

Spindrift | Selina Wagner | Blobina Animations | 11:40

A girl, more eagle than human, must decide between life on the wing and her humanity when a stranger arrives on the tide.

Heist | Ed Leicester | UWE, Bristol | 02:15

Inspired by classic heist movies from the 80s and 90s, abstracted motion graphics recount a robbery from start to finish.

Mamoon | Ben Steer | Blue-Zoo Productions | 06:30

Using projected animation onto real, polystyrene film sets, the film was inspired by the plight of Syria’s refugees, following the story of a mother and child whose lives descend into darkness when the moon mysteriously loses its light.

The Ship | Natasha Price | Calling The Shots | 03:10

A cautionary tale of nationalism (and the relative merits of pasties).

Fishwitch | Adrienne Dowling | National Film & Television School | 09:00

Tootega, a witch, living in isolation on an iceberg adrift, and merman Derek – more fish than man really –joyously rollicking around the ocean, oblivious to the fact that his dreadful singing is the very reason he remains friendless…. When these characters come together, Derek begins to unlock the secret Tootega has kept hidden for a long, long time…

A Little Grey | Steve Smith & Simon Hewitt | Beakus | 05:20

Is there any cure for being ‘a little grey’? One man’s search takes him through bars, churches, doctor’s surgeries, tattoo parlours and beyond, but will he find what he’s looking for? A colourful story about losing your spark and finding redemption.

Adrift | Roxana Bentu | Royal College of Art | 04:50

Social media, romantic expectations, ecological issues and the existential search for power and control over one’s destiny.

Tough | Jennifer Zheng | Kingston University | 04:50

Some things can only be understood with maturity. New light is shed on childhood cultural misunderstandings when a Chinese mother and her British born daughter speak as adults for the first time.

James: Dear John | Peter Vacz | Picasso Pictures for BMG | 04:10

Two characters on a surreal and life changing journey.

Pentakill: Mortal Reminder | Pete Candeland | Friends Electric | 04:40

From the director of the seminal Gorillaz music videos.

Poles Apart | Paloma Baeza | National Film & Television School | 12:00

An unlikely meeting between Nanuk, a tough female polar bear, and Aklak, an enthusiastic male grizzly, brought together by their changing habitats.

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Thursday 11 Jan 201819:30
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BAA: Public Choice 3

Don’t miss your chance to vote for winners in the British Animation Awards 2018!

BAA invites you, the audience, to vote for your favourite Short Film and Music Video, from 3 programmes put together from entries to BAA 2018, including several international festival award winners.

Following this 90 minute programme there will be a short break after which there will be a Q&A with the filmmakers

Programme 1

Programme 2

Have Heart | Will Anderson | | 12:10

A looping GIF has an existential crisis.

Wednesday with Goddard | Nicolas Ménard | Nexus Productions | 04:30

Eugene goes on a personal quest for spiritual enlightenment that leads to romance and despair. Intricate pencil drawings juxtaposed with simple, geometric characters.

The Full Story | Daisy Jacobs & Christopher Wilder | Life-Size Film | 07:30

When the dad next door walks out, 5 year old old Toby discovers that parents leave. As the shock hits, the entire room catapults skywards, morphs in mid-air and lands as a different space, then keeps pace with Toby's volatile emotions as home life spirals out of control in the divorce boom of the 1970s and 80s. 40 years on, kaleidoscopic scraps of memory still cling to the walls; Toby clings to these fragments, trying to piece together the full story.

The Day After the Party | Diyala Muir | Royal College of Art | 05:50

An anxious young girl makes her way through Brixton market. Memory and fantasy slowly weave themselves into the chaotic street scene.

Attraction | Emily Scaife | Royal College of Art | 04:30

Urges in the undergrowth, erupting fungal fantasies, bursting botanicals; the dust and desires of a tiny alternative universe. An experimental animation imagining attraction and pleasure in insects, and the seduction methods of the plants and fungi that beckon.

Johnno’s Dead | Chris Shepherd | Polkadot Films 8:30

Serving 12 years s for a crime you didn't commit focuses the mind. Everything becomes crystal clear. All of the injustice poisons the soul and there's nothing left but to settle old scores. The sequel to 'Dad's Dead'.

Looper: Farfisa Song | Iain Gardner | Animation Garden for Mute Records | 03:10

Mustard and Ketchup are tasked with producing a music video on a very tight


Andreya Triana: Branches of Life | Katerina Athanasopoulou | Independent for Cast Iron Radio and Recording | 04:15

A woman sinks inside her unconscious, during a lung operation. The instruments are ready for the cut that will let her breathe again – or fall into eternal sleep. We find ourselves at that dreamy beginning of anaesthesia, where your mind drifts helplessly into the darkness and hopes to see the light again.

Katie Melua: Perfect World | Karni and Saul | Sulkybunny for BMG | 04:25

A ‘sugary’ film that follows a mother and her young son on their emotional journey, inadvertently delving into a magical wintery forest full of wonder and danger.

To Build a Fire | Fx Goby | Nexus Productions | 13:00

A trapper crosses the Yukon with his dog in harsh midwinter. Struggling to survive, he attempts to build a simple fire. Adapted from the classic Jack London tale.

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Monday 22 Jan 201819:30
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Barry Lyndon (PG)

Based on William Makepeace Thackeray's novel 'The Luck of Barry Lyndon', the film recounts the exploits of a fictional 18th century Irish rogue and social climber. Winner of 4 Oscars.

"Barry Lyndon is something to rediscover"

The Times

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Sunday 28 Jan 201819:00
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Basically, Johnny Moped

Presented by Heavenly Films
Followed by a Q&A

A funny and often moving account of one of UK music's great lost treasures. Johnny Moped were custom made for the punk movement. Formed in 1970, it took a decade for the rest to catch up.

Formed by a group of school friends from Croydon, Johnny Moped were the band fronted by, and named after the enigmatic Paul Halford (aka Johnny Moped). By 1977 the group found themselves at the heart of the burgeoning punk scene in London and for a brief moment even looked like contenders.

‘When I first met Johnny,’ Captain Sensible - the band’s original guitarist - says, ‘I just thought, this guy is a bundle of frenetic energy; he’s a megastar waiting to happen.’

By 1978, after an intense year of activity, the band were completing their first record with Chiswick Records and things were looking promising. But whilst adding the final touches to the record, Johnny - who had recently married - started to become evasive as his mother-in-law exerted pressure on him to leave the group. “In the end we had to basically kidnap him every time we had a gig or needed to record!’ said Dave Berk, the bands drummer.

Despite being able to count both Chrissie Hynde and Captain Sensible as past members, success was not to come their way and Johnny Moped are now largely forgotten - punk rock's great lost band!

The film includes previously unseen footage shot at the Roxy along with interviews with Captain Sensible, Don Letts, Chrissie Hynde, Billy Childish, Shane MacGowan and the band themselves.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Johnny Moped himself and director Fred Burns

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Wednesday 20 Dec 201719:30
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Beauty and the Beast (PG)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

Disney's animated classic takes on a new form, with a widened mythology and an all-star cast. A young prince, imprisoned in the form of a beast, can be freed only by true love. What may be his only opportunity arrives when he meets Belle, the only human girl to ever visit the castle since it was enchanted. A magical musical adventure. 

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Saturday 30 Dec 201711:30
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Blade Runner 2049 (15)

A visually stunning sequel to Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner (1982). Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what's left of society into chaos. K's discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.

“the most spectacular, provocative blockbuster of our time” – Robbie Collin, The Telegraph

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Friday 22 Dec 201714:00
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Blade of the Immortal (18)

Manji, a highly skilled samurai, becomes cursed with immortality after a legendary battle. Haunted by the brutal murder of his sister, Manji knows that only fighting evil will regain his soul. He promises to help a young girl named Rin avenge her parents, who were killed by a group of master swordsmen led by ruthless warrior Anotsu. The mission will change Manji in ways he could never imagine...

“It’s got more style to burn than almost any recent Hollywood actioner “ The Hollywood Reporter

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Friday 5 Jan 201819:30
Saturday 6 Jan 201814:0016:4519:30
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Breakfast at Tiffany's (PG)

Valentine's Day Special

Breakfast at Tiffany's tells the story of two bohemians falling in love against a Manhattan backdrop. When aspiring writer Paul Varjak (Peppard) moves to his new apartment, he is both intrigued by and drawn to his unconventional neighbour Holly Golightly (Hepburn). A Givenchy-clad free spirit, Holly is a party girl whose intensely stylish facade masks an inner despair and a hidden past.

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Wednesday 14 Feb 201818:30
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Call Me By Your Name (15)

Written by James Ivory and based on a novel by Andre Aciman. Elio, a young Italian finds himself falling for Oliver, an American academic who has come to stay at his parents’ villa.

“In attaching sinuous style and casual sexiness to a universal ache, [Luca] Guadagnino has come away with real wisdom. Sweet and salty, his movie burns like a suntan.” - Time Out

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Saturday 30 Dec 201715:00
Sunday 4 Feb 201820:30
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Casablanca (U)

Valentine's Day Special

An undisputed masterpiece and perhaps Hollywood's quintessential statement on love and romance, Casablanca has only improved with age, boasting career-defining performances from Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.

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Wednesday 14 Feb 201820:45
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Christmas in Connecticut

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over 55s

A food writer who has lied about being the perfect housewife must try to cover her deception when her boss and a returning war hero invite themselves to her home for a traditional family Christmas.

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Wednesday 27 Dec 201714:00
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CinemaItaliaUK present the best contemporary and classic Italian films on the silver screen for the Italy-addicted and film lovers in London. Film to be announced.

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Tuesday 16 Jan 201819:30
Tuesday 20 Feb 201819:30
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Clash of the Titans (12)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75

In this star studded classic, Perseus, son of Zeus, wishes to marry Princess Andromeda, who will someday rule the city of Joppa. But after the god Thetis demands the life of Andromeda, he must face mystical and murderous creatures and defeat the feared Kracken to save his city and woman he loves. 

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Wednesday 3 Jan 201814:00
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Disney's A Christmas Carol (PG)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

In this animated family Christmas film, Disney take on the tale of Charles Dicken's classic 'A Christmas Carol' and the story of Ebeneezer Scrooge. 

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Friday 22 Dec 201711:30
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Nolan’s take on the true story of codename “Operation Dynamo”, the mass evacuation of more than 338,000 British, Belgian, French and Canadian troops from a tiny patch of France, surrounded on all sides by German forces.

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Monday 19 Feb 201820:30
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Film 1: Jane (PG)

The story of Jane Goodall, a woman whose chimpanzee research challenged the male-dominated scientific consensus of her time and revolutionized our understanding of the natural world. Drawn from over 100 hours of never-before-seen footage that has been tucked away in the National Geographic archives for over 50 years and set to a rich orchestral score from legendary composer Philip Glass, the film offers an unprecedented, intimate portrait of Jane Goodall — a trailblazer who defied the odds to become one of the world’s most admired conservationists.

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Tuesday 23 Jan 201818:30
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Film 1: In a Lonely Place (PG)

Dixon Steele, a moody, volatile Hollywood screenwriter who's had his heyday, is accused of murdering a coat check girl from a showbiz restaurant. Laurel, an actress who lives in Dixon's apartment complex, provides an alibi for her neighbour when questioned by the police, and the pair start a relationship. But the chief of police is unconvinced of Dixon's innocence and, after learning of his violent past, Laurel begins to question if she is putting herself in danger by staying with him.

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Sunday 17 Dec 201714:0018:30
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Film 1: The Mirror (U)

An astounding, semi-autobiographical filmic composition of a dying man’s dreams, memories and emotional states during various moments in his life. Undeniably one of the most innovative, visually striking and intellectually rigorous films ever made, an unprecedented use of the cinematic medium to portray the nature of human memory and how it profoundly speaks on a person’s existence.

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Saturday 27 Jan 201814:00
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Film 1: The Party (15)

Janet hosts a party to celebrate her new promotion, but once the guests arrive it becomes clear that not everything is going to go down as smoothly as the red wine.

“This is a comedy that bites because it is utterly and urgently of our moment.” - Sophie Mayer, Sight and Sound

Winner Best Supporting Actress at the British Independent Film Awards

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Monday 8 Jan 201818:30
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Film 1: The Red Shoes (U)

The tragic and romantic story of Vicky Page (Moira Shearer), the brilliant young dancer who must give up everything if she is to become a great ballerina. Once seen, never forgotten.

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Saturday 23 Dec 201713:30
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Film 1: The Rose Tattoo (PG)

Based on a play by Tennessee Williams, this classic drama centres on Serafina (Anna Magnani), a widowed Sicilian woman living in the American South who is left devastated by the death of her husband. Grief turns her into a recluse, however she is drawn back into the world when she learns of her late husband's infidelities. Meanwhile, the arrival of a new lodger, handsome truck driver Alvaro (Burt Lancaster), offers hope of a new love in her life.

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Sunday 21 Jan 201818:00
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Film 1: Your Name (12)

A beautiful masterpiece about time, the thread of fate, and the hearts of two young souls. The day the stars fell, two lives changed forever. High schoolers Mitsuha and Taki are complete strangers living separate lives. But one night, they suddenly switch places. Mitsuha wakes up in Taki's body, and he in hers. What does their newfound connection mean? And how will it bring them together?

"What a thing of beauty this film is" – Cath Clarke, Time Out

“this splendid movie… will leave audiences in a heady reverie long after its mysterious light has faded from the screen” - Mark Kermode, The Guardian

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Tuesday 9 Jan 201818:30
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Film 2: Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool (15)

A film based on the true story of the love affair between Gloria Graham and a young aspiring actor Peter Turner played to perfection by its two stars.

“First rate performances from the two leads, and a fine supporting cast, confirms this as an awards season contender.” – Screen International

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Sunday 17 Dec 201716:0020:30
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Film 2: Lu Over The Wall (PG)

The life of Kai, a student whose parents recently divorced, changes dramatically when he meets Lu, a mermaid. This quirky, award-winning anime is a joy to behold.

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Tuesday 9 Jan 201820:45
Sunday 14 Jan 201813:30
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Film 2: Nostalgia (12A)

Gorchakov is a Russian poet travelling through Italy researching the life of a Russian composer. Whilst there, he meets a man who once imprisoned his entire family to save them from the evils of the outside world. His conversations with this man, along with his research project subject, slowly rekindle Gorchakov’s longing for his homeland and send him into a deep, melancholic reverie.

A profoundly personal film, filled with unforgettable imagery, Tarkovsky’s film is a testament of the filmmaker’s own conflicting thoughts regarding Russia as he considered self-imposed exile.

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Saturday 27 Jan 201816:15
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Film 2: The Final Year

A unique insiders’ account of President Barack Obama’s foreign policy team during their last year in office. Featuring unprecedented access inside the White House and State Department, the film offers an uncompromising view of the inner workings of the Obama Administration as they prepare to leave power after eight years.

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Tuesday 23 Jan 201820:30
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Film 2: The Florida Project (15)

Set amongst families living on the poverty line in a series of budget motels in Orlando, The Florida Project follows the summer adventures of two 6-year-old girls, Moonee and Jancey. Living in neighbouring motels, Moonee and Jancey, and their friends Scooty and Dickey run amok unsupervised, frequently getting under the feet of Bobby (Willem Dafoe), the tough-but-tender manager of the Magic Castle Motel, where Moonee lives with her explosive 22-year-old mother Halley. The perils and pleasures of childhood have never felt so vivid or alive.

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Monday 8 Jan 201820:15
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Film 2: The Fugitive Kind (12)

Based on Tennessee Williams’ play Orpheus Descending. Trouble prone drifter Valentine Xavier (Brando) wanders into a corrupt Mississippi town and catches the eye of two complicated women, unhappily married Lady Torrance (Magnani) and sexy alcoholic Carol Cutrere (Woodward).

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Sunday 21 Jan 201820:30
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Film 2: The Tales of Hoffman (U)

Based on the 1881 opera by Jaques Offenbach. An anthology of fantastic and romantic adventures recounted by the fabelist Hoffman. Martin Scorsese has singled this film out as a major influence on his craft.

"As a work of pure, imaginitive cinema, it comes close to genius" - Time Out

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Saturday 23 Dec 201716:15
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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (U)

Part of our 'Matinee Classics' season

Singers Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw travel to Paris, pursued by a private detective hired by the disapproving father of Lorelei's fiancé to keep an eye on her, as well as a rich, enamored old man and many other doting admirers.

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Wednesday 14 Feb 201814:00
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Good Time (15)

After a heist goes awry a bank robber spends a night trying to free his mentally ill brother from being sent to Rikers Island. Brilliantly energising cinema.

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Thursday 1 Feb 201820:45
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Goodfellas (18)

Psychology at the Movies

"As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster." Martin Scorsese’s stone-cold classic takes you through New York's mob organisation via Henry Hill, from young boy through Made Man and beyond.

Followed by a panel discussion with psychologists and psychiatrists

"Definitive, sky-high Scorsese, and the one towards which all his subsequent films have been reaching, Goodfellas is, put bluntly, the best movie of the director's career."

Kevin Maher, The Times

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Thursday 8 Feb 201819:00
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Happy End

A drama focusing on a well-off French family living in a bourgeois bubble in northern France, oblivious to the human suffering unfolding in migrant camps in Calais, a few miles from their home.

“a satirical nightmare of haute-bourgeois European prosperity: as stark, brilliant and unforgiving as a halogen light” - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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Friday 29 Dec 201718:3020:40
Saturday 30 Dec 201718:3020:40
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High Noon (U)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75

A town marshal, despite the disagreements of his newlywed bride and the townspeople around him, must face a gang of deadly killers alone at high noon when the gang leader, an outlaw he sent up years ago, arrives on the noon train.

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Wednesday 31 Jan 201814:00
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In 1892, a legendary Army captain reluctantly agrees to escort a Cheyenne chief and his family through dangerous territory.

“A mournful, sorrowful, persistently powerful Western set in a world of beauty, tears and blood.” - Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter

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Friday 9 Feb 201818:3021:00
Saturday 10 Feb 201814:0016:3019:30
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Human Flow (12A)

Over 65 million people around the world have been forced from their homes to escape famine, climate change and war in the greatest human displacement since World War II. Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei, gives a powerful visual expression to this massive human migration. The documentary elucidates both the staggering scale of the refugee crisis and its profoundly personal human impact. Captured over the course of an eventful year in 23 countries, the film follows a chain of urgent human stories that stretches across the globe

“weighs on your heart like a cannonball” – Robbie Collins, The Telegraph

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Monday 18 Dec 201719:30
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In Another Life

Adnan is a refugee from Syria, a former teacher who finds himself trapped in the sprawling encampment outside Calais. Separated from his wife, he is gradually brutalised by the corruption of ruthless people smugglers and the discrimination he faces.

“Powerful and vivid” - Tim Robey, The Telegraph

Winner Discovery Award at the British Independent Film Awards

Winner Best UK Feature at the 2017 Raindance Film Festival

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Tuesday 6 Feb 201819:30
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In Conversation with Cecilia Stenbom

Regent Street Cinema presents Rules of Engagement – a new film by artist filmmaker, Cecilia Stenbom. Rules of Engagement tells the stories of Jack, Robin and Nadia through a mix of dramatic re-enactment and chamber play of encounter and emotion; the film explores the innate human desire to ‘belong.’

Rules of Engagement will be screened alongside four other shorts by Cecilia, based upon the idea of the everyday on screen; the mundaneness of daily life as social commentary; where fictional content permeates real life. Total run time: 58 minutes.

Film screenings will be followed by a Q&A hosted by Philip Ilson.

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Wednesday 31 Jan 201819:30
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It's A Wonderful Life (U)

The enduring Christmas film. George Bailey (James Stewart) is saved from suicide by his guardian angel and begins to re-evaluate his life. Once seen never forgotten.

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Wednesday 20 Dec 201714:00
Saturday 23 Dec 201719:30
Sunday 24 Dec 201713:0016:00
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Jason and the Argonauts (U)

After saving the life of his royal father's usurper, Pelias (Douglas Wilmer), whom he fails to recognize, Jason (Todd Armstrong) is encouraged by the conniving murderer to begin a quest in search of the Golden Fleece. In doing so, Pelias hopes for Jason's death to thwart the prophecy that he will reclaim the throne.

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Sunday 11 Feb 201815:00
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LSFF 2018: Animation Variety Show

London Short Film Festival

The best in animation from the UK and around the world, exploring worldly concerns in a variety of otherworldly, kaleidoscopic ways. This eclectic selection of stories spans Belarusian folk tales, the dark fable of a cherished pot-plant and a surreal look at female sexuality.

Sore Eyed For Infinity

Terhi Väänänen / Finland / 12

Nothing to Lose

Mingzhu Geng / UK / 5


Laura Owens / UK / 4

Between Sands and Tides

Ruifan Wang / Singapore / 5

Terry & Tiara

Guy Larsen / UK / 8

And the Moon Stands Still

Yulia Ruditskaya / Belarus / 11

Big Finds a Trumpet

Dan Castro / UK / 5


Altea Cleveras / UK / 3


Marta Swiatek / Poland / 8


Mario Radev / UK / 7

America, I Think

Matthew Armitage / UK / 2


Trevor Jimenez / US / 15

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Sunday 14 Jan 201818:00
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LSFF 2018: Based on True Events

London Short Film Festival

A specially selected programme of International short films screening as part of London Short Film Festival 2018

The tension between fact and fiction has long been fertile ground for filmmakers across the globe. In this programme we explore the exciting, groundbreaking ways in which the two intersect. From stop motion explorations of historical trauma to an avant-garde re-telling of the life of Nikolai Tesla, these films showcase visual and formal innovation with powerful stories pulled straight from the world around us.

Because The World Never Stops

Axel Danielson, Maximilien Van Aertryck / Sweden / 12

The Disinherited

Laura Ferrés / Spain / 19


Terril Calder / Spain / 19


Alán González / Cuba / 15

After The Volcano

Léo Favier / France / 18

The Tesla World Light

Matthew Rankin / Canada / 9

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Friday 19 Jan 201819:00
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LSFF 2018: Creative England Showcase

London Short Film Festival

As part of the BFI NETWORK, Creative England present a mixture of UK and London premiere work awarded from their Emerging Talent Fund over the past year. The programme presents the best in new drama and documentary, as well as Oscar-nominated and BAFTA winning animator Daisy Jacobs with her new film The Full Story.


Catriona MacInnes / UK / 16


Duncan Christie / UK / 15

The Full Story

Daisy Jacobs / UK / 8

The Escape

Paul Franklin / UK / 15

Only My Voice

Myriam Rey / UK / 12


Joe Moan / UK / 19

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Wednesday 17 Jan 201818:30
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LSFF 2018: Dawn Shadforth: Spinning Around

London Short Film Festival

Plus director's Q&A and special guests.

Presented with Somesuch and Direct Digital

We present a retrospective of one of music video’s most quietly prolific auteurs, Dawn Shadforth, who will be in conversation with a special guest following a screening of her seminal music videos featuring Kylie Minogue, Sugababes, Björk, The Streets Peaches, Oasis, Primal Scream, Moloko and more.

Dawn Shadforth on Kylie Minogue (onepointfour, 2014):

“Kylie is the kind of artist who is confident enough to give a director the freedom to create freely, but also I like to be a conduit for an artist, and I try to let them express themselves through me. I think that’s why it works well between us. We have respect for each other’s creativity. The more we have worked together the more interesting and fun it has become.

She’s very instinctive and decisive and knows what she likes and what will work for “Kylie”. She is experienced enough to know which elements need her attention and which to leave to me. She is so busy and so has to work like that. All of this means she’s great to work with, I can use her as a sounding board. It’s definitely a real collaboration."

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Sunday 14 Jan 201816:00
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LSFF 2018: In Dreams

London Short Film Festival

A specially selected programme of International short films screening as part of London Short Film Festival 2018.

Delving into the sensual, provocative and addictive world of love, lust and desire. Moving from Freudian dreamscapes to first-love fumblings via the carnal pleasures of cannibalism, these films explore the romantic, erotic and at times disturbing behaviour that fuels our base and lustful urges.

When You Awake

Jay Rosenblatt / US / 11

I Want Pluto To Be A Planet Again

Marie Amachoukeli, Vladimir Mavounia Kouka / France / 13


Jan Soldat / Germany / 20

Beautiful Figure

Hajni Kis / Hungary / 17

I Like Girls

Diane Obomsawin / Canada / 9


Yann Gonzalez / France / 24

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Wednesday 17 Jan 201820:30
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LSFF 2018: In Passing

London Short Film Festival

A specially selected programme of International short films screening as part of London Short Film Festival 2018.

In Canada a woman’s life is thrown into turmoil after a trip to the cinema; in Portugal a boy learns from his teacher that if the heart stops, people die; whilst in Columbia a group of girls are held in a jungle prison camp, enduring the oppressive, harsh terrain. Time ticks on and the shadow of death looms large. From tense real time drama to meditative, languid panoramas, this programme explores the myriad ways in which time and loss intertwine.

Small Town

Diogo Costa Amarante / Portugal / 19

A Gentle Night

Qiu Yang / China / 15

It's Him

Sophy Romvari / Canada / 13

You Will Be Fine

Céline Devaux / France / 15


Andrés Ramírez Pulido / Colombia / 15

Jodilerks Dela Cruz, Employee Of The Month

Carlo Francisco Manatad / Phillipines / 14

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Saturday 13 Jan 201818:00
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LSFF 2018: Lo-Budget Mayhem

London Short Film Festival

A rare chance to see what DIY filmmakers can achieve with minimal cash and a genius idea. A heady mix of genres straddling drama, comedy, docs and the downright bizarre, taking in Instagram culture, menstruation, Martin Scorsese, skateboarding and a low-budget remake of The Terminator. Includes new work by Jennifer Reeder, Johnny Kelly and Benjamin Bee.


Cary Mason / UK / 12

Repeat Viewing
Daniel Cockburn / UK / 5

I Know I Shouldn't Like It But I Do

Ben Williams-Butt / UK / 12

3 Sinks

Paul Burt / UK / 5

I Hear You

Andi Haw Shuan Chu / UK  7

The Naked Screaming Man

Alain Kramer / UK / 19


Benjamin Lee / UK / 2

A Magician

Max Blustin / UK / 4


Jennifer Reeder / US / 5

That Time Of The Month

Hanna Mansson / UK / 5

It Girl

Simon Lex / UK / 7


Edward Lomas / UK / 3

Bless You

Daryl Grizzle / UK / 2

Keep Right

Michael Dziennik / UK / 3


Johnny Kelly / UK / 6

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Monday 15 Jan 201820:30
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LSFF 2018: The Witching Hour

London Short Film Festival

Presented by The Final Girls

The Final Girls bring an evening of two of the original 1970s documentaries that showcase the cultural obsession with witchcraft and the occult.

Secret Rites (1971) is a pseudo documentary that illustrates a series of initiation rites for a newbie witch into a Notting Hill-based coven. Much more straightfaced, The Power of the Witch (1971) is a rarely-seen documentary that works as a capsule of an era, featuring interviews with King and Queen of the witch craze themselves, Alex and Maxine Sanders. Both are fascinating artifacts of the 1970s London counterculture that clash with the witchsploitation film craze of the same era.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussed hosted by The Final Girls about the figure of the witch in British documentary and horror cinema, illustrated with clips.

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Monday 15 Jan 201818:30
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LSFF 2018: Welcome II the Terrordome (18)

London Short Film Festival

Presented by Cigarette Burns

Archive screening of the uncompromising feature debut from pioneering Black British filmmaker Ngozi Onwurah.

In a futuristic city, racial tensions explode in the wake of a child’s death.

What I got better get some

Get on up, hustler of culture

Snake bitten, been spit in the face

But the rhymes keep fitting

Respect’s been given’, how’s ya living

Now I can’t protect a paid off defect

Check the record and reckon an intentional wreck

Played off as some intellect

Made the call, took the fall, broke the laws

Not my fault that they’re falling off

Known as fair square throughout my years

So I growl at the living foul

Black to the bone my home is your home

But welcome to the Terrordome

(Chuck D, Public Enemy, Fear of a Black Planet, Def Jam Records 1990)

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Friday 19 Jan 201821:00
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Lady Macbeth

Rural England, 1865. Katherine (Florence Pugh) is stifled by her loveless marriage to a bitter man twice her age, and his cold, unforgiving family. When she embarks on a passionate affair with a young worker on her husband’s estate, a force is unleashed inside her so powerful that she will stop at nothing to get what she wants.

"Imagine Hitchcock directing Wuthering Heights" - Indiewire

Winner of 5 British Independent Film Awards, including Best Actress and Best Screenplay

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Monday 19 Feb 201818:30
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Last Flag Flying (15)

30 years after they served in Vietnam, Doc (Steve Carell) reunites with former Marines Sal (Bryan Cranston) and Mueller (Laurence Fishburne) on a sombre new mission that becomes a bittersweet roadtrip up the east coast of America. Linklater’s all-star cast are given room to shine in the script co-written with Darryl Ponicsan as a loose sequel to 1973’s The Last Detail.

“a movie of enormous humanity and heart.” – Washington Post

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Monday 26 Feb 201820:45
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Laurel & Hardy - Silent Magic (PG)

The magic of Laurel and Hardy, back on the big screen for Christmas. These silent comedies will be accompanied by a live soundtrack from Donald MacKenzie on our original 1936 cinema Compton organ.

Tickets just £5 for children under 16

The films played will be:

- Two Tars

- You’re Darn Tooting

- Putting Pants on Philip

- Big Business

There will be a short intermission at the halfway-point.

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Thursday 21 Dec 201719:30
Friday 22 Dec 201719:30
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Lawrence of Arabia (PG)

One of the screen's grandest epics, this monumental story recounts the true life experiences of T.E. Lawrence, better known to the world as Lawrence of Arabia. A young, idealistic British officer in WWI, Lawrence (Peter O'Toole) is assigned to the camp of Prince Feisal (Alec Guinness), an Arab tribal chieftain and leader in a revolt against the Turks.

In a series of brilliant tactical maneuvers, Lawrence leads fifty of Feisal's men in a tortured three weeks crossing of the Nefud Desert to attack the strategic Turkish held port of Aqaba. And following his successful raids against Turkish troops and trains, Lawrence's triumphant leadership and unyielding courage gain him nearly god-like status among his Arab brothers.

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Sunday 11 Feb 201819:00
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Leaving Home, Coming Home: A Portrait of Robert Frank

Presented by The Photographers’ Gallery

This first ever, feature-length documentary of legendary photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank enters his world in a complex, humorous and unflinchingly honest way. Shot in New York and Nova Scotia where he lives, at age 80 Frank reflects on a lifetime of image making, his richly textured photographs and personal films.

A Q&A with its British director Gerald Fox follows this Grierson Award winner for Best Arts Documentary.

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Thursday 25 Jan 201819:30
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Life of Brian (15)

Monty Python delivers an anarchic satire of both religion and Hollywood's depiction of all things biblical with their second film. Brian Cohen, born in Bethlehem in the stable next door, by a series of absurd circumstances is caught up in the new religion and reluctantly mistaken for the promised messiah. Just remember - He’s not the Messiah. He’s a very naughty boy!

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Wednesday 3 Jan 201818:3020:30
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Love Me or Leave Me (PG)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75

A fictionalized account of the career of jazz singer Ruth Etting and her tempestuous marriage to gangster Marty Snyder, who helped propel her to stardom.

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Wednesday 7 Feb 201814:00
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Loveless (15)

A couple’s son disappears just as they are about to divorce.

This Russia has the accoutrements of material prosperity ... within the ugly superstructure left by the Soviet state, but no heart, no soul. Zvyagintsev shows us this with great formal clarity, a kind of mortified calm.” - David Sexton, London Evening Standard

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Tuesday 27 Feb 201818:3021:00
Wednesday 28 Feb 201818:3021:00
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Matthew Bourne's Cindarella (12A)

Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella is a thrilling and evocative love story set in London during the Second World War. The internationally acclaimed choreographer’s interpretation of the classic fairy tale has, at its heart, a true war-time romance. A chance meeting results in a magical night for Cinderella and her dashing young RAF pilot, together just long enough to fall in love before being parted by the horrors of the Blitz.

This special dance screening will be followed by a live Q&A with Matthew Bourne exclusively for cinemas.

"A dazzling spectacle" -The Times

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Tuesday 15 May 201819:00
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Murder on the Orient Express (12A)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75

Celebrated detective, Hercule Poirot, takes a trip on the world famous train, Orient Express, only for the train to be stopped because of heavy snow. When a gruesome murder is committed on board, Poirot begins the task of unmasking the killer, but finds this mystery goes deeper than he anticipated.

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Wednesday 10 Jan 201814:00
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My Life Story

Is it a Drama? A Comedy? Or Music Hall dream?

Director Julien Temple (The Great Rock n Roll Swindle, Absolute Beginners) takes a stage show, adds some drama, archive, animation and music, then shakes it all up for My Life Story where singer Suggs, takes a hilarious, yet moving, look back at his life in music & words.

The death of Suggs’ beloved cat on his 50th birthday triggers a personal quest to discover what happened to the father he never knew. Stunned by what he learns Suggs is taken back through his life to a childhood on the streets of Soho featuring music written by The Kinks, Ian Drury and, of course, his beloved Madness.

Followed by a Q&A with director Julien Temple

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Thursday 18 Jan 201820:45
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My Little Pony: The Movie (U)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy and Rarity embark on an epic journey to save Ponyville from a dark force. 

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Saturday 3 Feb 201811:30
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Night and Day

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the BBC’s arts documentary strand Arena, the programme’s Series Editor Anthony Wall and Film Editor Emma Matthews created Night and Day - The Arena Time Machine, a 24-hour audio-visual experience evoking a day in the life of the planet in early summer. Drawn exclusively from Arena’s archive of over 600 films, Night and Day is edited to link the time in the film to the time in the location of the screening – if it’s dawn on the screen, it’s dawn outside the gallery.

“To begin at the beginning…” recites Dylan Thomas, as the darkest hour gives way to dawn over Laugharne, the Welsh fishing village of Under Milk Wood. The sun rises on Mandela’s Robben Island, Van Morrison’s Ulster, Eric Sykes’s London, Sonny Rollins’s New York, Bluefields Nicaragua, the Mali desert and the Iron Curtain; scenes all drawn from Arena films.

The day progresses through work and school, to Lady Naipaul preparing lunch, in parallel with the Rasta community of Bull Bay, Jamaica; and Anita Ekberg who muses over the most beautiful women in cinema, as she seasons the chicken. In Mexico City, Buñuel gives his recipe for the perfect dry Martini; in Montserrat, George Martin gives his. Burroughs and Warhol enjoy Lapin au Moutarde in the Chelsea Hotel; Galton and Simpson take us to their favourite restaurant in Twickenham; Elvis’s relatives catch squirrels in Mississippi; and rock star Cui Jian, whose songs were the anthems of the students in Tiananmen Square, sits at the table with his family in Beijing.

And so the day goes on through the afternoon, to the strange and beautiful hour of the gloaming; to dinner and the attractions of the night through the dreams of George Wendt’s latter day Oblomov, Edna Everage, Ionesco, Roy Plomley, Jean Genet and David Bowie; before returning to the darkest hour just before dawn and Dylan Thomas.

This screening will run for 8.5 hours in perfect sync for the afternoon, evening and night-time. Come and go as you please.

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Saturday 3 Feb 201814:00
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Paddington (PG)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

After an earthquake destroys his home in the Peruvian rainforest, a young bear makes his way to England in search of a new home. After being found in Paddington station, he finds shelter with the Brown family.

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Saturday 6 Jan 201811:30
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Paddington 2 (PG)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

Settled in with the Brown family, Paddington Bear is a popular member of the community who spreads joy and marmalade wherever he goes. After a pop-up book he buys for his beloved aunt's 100th birthday is stolen, he embarks on an epic quest to unmask the culprit before Aunt Lucy's big celebration.

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Saturday 13 Jan 201811:30
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Can fashion save the planet? Through awareness, we evolve.

Following international river conservationist, Mark Angelo, Riverblue spans the globe to infiltrate one of the world’s most pollutive industries, fashion. Narrated by clean water supporter Jason Priestley, this groundbreaking documentary examines the destruction of our rivers, its effect on humanity, and the solutions that inspire hope for a sustainable future.

Through harsh chemical manufacturing processes and the irresponsible disposal of toxic chemical waste, one of our favourite iconic products has destroyed rivers and impacted the lives of people who count on these waterways for their survival. Riverblue brings awareness to the destruction of a some of the world’s most vital rivers through the manufacturing of our clothing, but will also act as a demand for significant change in the textile industry from the top fashion brands that can make a difference.

Through awareness we can help propel positive change and protect the world’s rivers.

Hosted by Advaya Initiative.

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Wednesday 10 Jan 201819:30
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Rockers (15)

Soul Jazz Records are presenting the classic reggae film Rockers (1978) in this rare one-off screening at Regent Street Cinema.
Of the trio of classic reggae films released in the 1970s - Rockers, The Harder They Come and Babylon - Rockers remains the coolest, hippest, grooviest and most fun of all.

Rockers stars Leroy ‘Horsemouth’ Wallace playing a drummer (!) living in a Kingston ghetto making plans to make some extra money by selling and distributing records. He buys a motorcycle to carry them to the sound systems around the island. Get ready for a whirlwind trip through the Jamaican music business – made into a fantastic gripping narrative featuring a host of legendary reggae superstars!

Filmed in Kingston, Jamaica in 1978, the film opens with a stunning sequence – Rastafarian musicians performing the classic Satta Massagana while a roots poet performs to camera. Featuring a mind-blowing list of reggae artists guesting or starring in the film - Peter Tosh, Gregory Isaacs, Lee Perry, Dennis Brown, Bunny Wailer, Third World, Big Youth, The Heptones, Robbie Shakespeare, Leroy Smart, Dillinger and Burning Spear – this really is the one to see.

The film also features the best ever scene in a record store you will ever see – forget Hi-Fidelity this is the real deal!
Unbelievably, fantastically entertaining film with a wicked soundtrack!

The film will be introduced by Stuart Baker (head of Soul Jazz Records) and also followed by a free pre-xmas reggae and funk DJ-set from Soul Jazz Records Soundsystem DJs in the bar.

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Tuesday 19 Dec 201719:30
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Romeo and Juliet

Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema

In Verona, Romeo and Juliet fall madly in love while their respective families, the Montagues and the Capulets, are caught in a bitter rivalry ending in heart-wrenching tragedy…

Alexei Ratmansky, former artistic director of the Bolshoi Ballet, stages the company’s premiere of his production with dramatic urgency and a fresh re-telling of Shakespeare’s beloved classic. His brilliant and detailed adaptation set to Prokofiev’s romantic and cinematic score, reignites the story of literature’s most celebrated star-crossed lovers like no other classical ballet choreographer today.

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Sunday 21 Jan 201815:00
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Shot Caller (15)

The epic journey of successful businessman Jacob Harlon (Nicolaj Coster-Waldau) who is transformed into ruthless gangster kingpin after a tragic traffic accident sends him down the rabbit hole of the American prison system.

“a haunting psychological portrait of an intelligent man forced to completely reinvent himself before he can even dream of seeking redemption for his previous sins.” - Variety

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Saturday 20 Jan 201818:1520:45
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Song of Granite

Acclaimed filmmaker Pat Collins brings the dramatic life story of legendary seannós singer Joe Heaney to the screen with in audacious exploration of the man and his music. With an approach that marries traditional narrative episodes with documentary footage, the film will celebrate the music Joe Heaney created while painting an unflinching portrait of Heaney, the man.

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Friday 2 Feb 201818:3020:45
Sunday 4 Feb 201813:0018:30
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Sorcerer (15)

Four desperate men are persuaded by a large sum of money to drive a truck of high explosives across miles of jungle; explosives that will detonate if handled roughly. So begins William Friedkin’s white-knuckle ride, now digitally restored on its 40th anniversary.

Sorcerer is a stunning reimagining of a masterpiece, one that crucially doesn't try to replicate what came before. Instead, it follows its own dangerous path.” – Little White Lies

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Sunday 7 Jan 201819:30
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Spartacus (PG)

Based on a screenplay by Dalton Trump. The slave Spartacus leads a revolt against the decadent Roman Republic.

“Arguably the greatest sword n sandal movie of them all” - Film 4

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Sunday 28 Jan 201815:00
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Star Wars - The Last Jedi (12A)

Having taken her first steps into the Jedi world, Rey joins Luke Skywalker on an adventure with Leia, Finn and Poe that unlocks mysteries of the Force and secrets of the past.

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Friday 12 Jan 201819:30
Saturday 13 Jan 201814:3020:00
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The real life story of Jeff Bauman, an ordinary man who captured the hearts of his city and the world to become a symbol of hope after surviving the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

“It's a film about heroes and what we require from them, and why that often leads to wounds that may never heal. For Gyllenhaal, that amounts to a riveting and raw performance that never hits a false note.” - indieWire

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Wednesday 27 Dec 201718:3020:45
Thursday 28 Dec 201718:3020:45
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Tawai: A Voice from the Forest (U)

Join us for evening exploring the forests of Borneo with Advaya Initiative and explorer Bruce Parry, who will be hosting a post screening Q&A.

Tawai is the word used by nomadic hunter-gatherers of Borneo to describe their inner feeling of connection to nature. In this dreamy, philosophical and sociological look at life, Bruce Parry travels the world to explore the ways in which different people imagine the relationship between humans and the natural world. From the jungles of Malaysia to the tributaries of the Amazon, Tawai is a quest for reconnection, evoking the powerful voice of the forest itself.

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Monday 12 Feb 201819:30
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The Bells of St Mary's (U)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75

Father O'Malley (Bing Crosby) is transferred to the Roman Catholic inner-city school St. Mary's, where he quickly falls into conflict with its headmistress, Sister Mary (Ingrid Bergman)

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Wednesday 28 Feb 201814:00
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The Big Heat (15)

Police Sergeant Bannion is investigating the apparent suicide of a corrupt cop, then is suddenly ordered to stop the investigation. Driven to unravel the mystery, Bannion continues probing until an explosion meant for him kills his wife. He resigns from the force and soon learns that behind it all is a powerful underworld organisation led by Mike Lagana and his cold-blooded henchman, Vince Stone.

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Sunday 14 Jan 201820:00
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The Disaster Artist (15)

When Greg Sestero, an aspiring film actor, meets the bizarre Tommy Wiseau, they form a unique friendship and travel to Hollywood to make their dreams come true. Based on the true story of “the worst film ever made”: The Room.

“[Boasts] a genuine capacity to delight, whether or not the audiences in question have seen The Room.” - Variety

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Saturday 20 Jan 201814:0016:00
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The Eddy Duchin Story (U)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75

The life story of the famous pianist and band-leader of the 1930s and 1940s.

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Wednesday 21 Feb 201814:00
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The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (U)

Followed by a Q&A with Caroline Munro

Sinbad and his crew intercept a flying homunculus carrying a golden tablet. But this is one third of a puzzle that leads to untold riches, and the evil magician Koura is hell-bent on being the first to solve it…

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Sunday 25 Feb 201815:0019:00
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The Lady of the Camellias

Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema

As he arrives in Paris for the first time, the young and naive Armand is utterly captivated after meeting the ravishing and most desirable courtesan Marguerite Gautier. Their encounter gives birth to a passionate yet doomed love…

Alexandre Dumas fils’s novel comes to life on the Bolshoi stage, with prima Svetlana Zakharova as the ailing Marguerite seeking love and redemption from her life as a courtesan. The Bolshoi brings choreographer John Neumeier’s work of rare beauty and tragic depth to new emotional heights, accompanied by Chopin’s romantic piano score.

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Sunday 4 Feb 201815:00
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The Post

Steven Spielberg directs Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks in this timely film about a cover-up that spanned four U.S. Presidents and pushed the country's first female newspaper publisher and a hard-driving editor to join an unprecedented battle between journalist and government. Inspired by true events.

“a mature, rousing, resonant newsroom procedural with proper Spielbergian swell” – Robbie Collins, The Telegraph

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Friday 23 Feb 201814:0016:1518:3020:45
Saturday 24 Feb 201813:3015:4518:0020:15
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The Son of Bigfoot (PG)

Kids Kino Club - Tickets available from £1.75

In this family film, a teenage boy journeys to find his missing father only to discover that he's actually Bigfoot.

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Saturday 20 Jan 201811:30
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The Work (15)

Crime and Injustice Series

Set inside a single room in Folsom Prison, The Work follows three men from outside as they participate in a four-day group therapy retreat with level-four convicts. Over the four days, each man in the room takes his turn at delving deep into his past. The raw and revealing process that the incarcerated men undertake exceeds the expectations of the free men, ripping them out of their comfort zones and forcing them to see themselves and the prisoners in unexpected ways. The Work offers a powerful and rare look past the cinder block walls, steel doors and the dehumanising tropes in our culture to reveal a movement of change and redemption that transcends what we think of as rehabilitation.

"Will break the hardest of hearts" - ★★★★★ Total Film

"It’s a damn privilege to watch this movie." - Little White Lies

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Wednesday 7 Feb 201819:30
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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (15)

After months have passed without a culprit in her daughter’s murder case, Mildred Hayes makes a bold move, painting three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at William Willoughby, the town’s revered chief of police. When his second-in-command Officer Dixon, an immature mother’s boy with a penchant for violence, gets involved the battle between Mildred and Ebbing’s law enforcement is only exacerbated.

Winner of 2 British Independent Film Awards

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Saturday 17 Feb 201815:0017:3020:00
Sunday 18 Feb 201814:0016:3019:00
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Walk With Me (PG)

Followed by a Q&A

Slow down and breathe. This contemplative journey follows in the steps of Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh and is a rare insight into life within a monastic community. This sun rises. Everything is calm and still. Life is beautifully serene as Benedict Cumberbatch's composed, meditative voice reads an extract from Thich Nhat Hanh's early journals. So begins this fascinating and immersive exploration of what it means to devote one's life to mindfulness.

With unprecedented access to the famous secluded monastery of Plum Village in the South West of France, Walk With Me captures the daily routine and rituals of monks and nuns on a quest to develop a deep sense of presence. It is an insightful rumination on the pursuit of happiness, living in the present and our attachment to material things - a welcome remedy to the stresses of city life and a world in turmoil.

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Monday 29 Jan 201819:30
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White Christmas - members (U)

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Bing Crosby stars in this Christmas classic. A successful song-and-dance team become romantically involved with a sister act and team up to save the failing Vermont inn of their former commanding general.

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Sunday 17 Dec 201711:30