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In this new take on the tragic love story, Bradley Cooper plays seasoned musician Jackson Maine, who discovers--and falls in love with--struggling artist Ally (Gaga). She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer... until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally's career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jack fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.
Part of our Kids' Kino Club.
Tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults.
The riveting story of NASA's mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the years 1961-1969. A visceral, first-person account, based on the book by James R. Hansen, the movie will explore the sacrifices and the cost on Armstrong and on the nation of one of the most dangerous missions in history.
"An intimate portrait of a reluctant hero" - New York Post
A small town among the mountains of Trentino. A group of old ladies ("Funne" stands for "girls" in local dialect) who dedicated their lives to the family and have never seen the sea. Erminia, their leader, decides to start a crowdfunding to finance a trip to the seaside. An apparently simple journey but with a strong idealistic meaning. A funny and poetic documentary which tells a true story like the fairytale it became.
The screening will be introduced by Journalist and Writer Daniela De Rosa.
Psychology at the Movies
Christopher Nolan launched his career with this mind-bending neo-noir. Guy Pearce stars as the amnesiac who can’t form new memories. On the hunt for revenge, but only able to retain information for a short period, he relies on polaroids and tattoos to track his own investigation.
After the film there will be an audience discussion with a panel of guest speakers to discuss issues and themes from the film.
“There's grade A work from all concerned, especially Pearce, but in the end this is Nolan's film. And he delivers, with a vengeance.” - Time Out
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director Jack Bond
The first feature-length film starring the Pet Shop Boys, It Couldn’t Happen Here finds Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe on an extraordinary odyssey from the coast to London encountering the likes of Barbara Windsor, Gareth Hunt and Joss Ackland on a journey that is in turns brightly comic and darkly sinister.
Inventively directed by Jack Bond (An Artist’s Eye, Anti-Clock), the only filmmaker ever invited to collaborate on a documentary with Salvador Dali, It Couldn't Happen Here is a mordantly funny prime slice of pop surrealism and a deeply English take on the road movie. The film is chock full of songs from the group’s classic first two albums, including the hits “West End Girls: and "What Have I Done to Deserve This?"
Hardly ever screened and, to date, never issued on DVD, this is a rare chance to catch this unique late eighties cinematic gem from synth-pop’s most intelligent, enduring and much-loved performers. As the critic Anthony Nield has observed: ‘What other film offers up muscle men, mud wrestlers, thigh-flashing nuns and the fleeting glimpse of Neil Tennant in a tasselled gold lame suit?’ Miss this screening at your peril.
A darkness swirls at the centre of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the artistic director, an ambitious young dancer, and a grieving psychotherapist. Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up.
"Suspiria is a film of rare and unfettered madness, and it leaves behind a scalding message that's written in pain and blood: The future will be a nightmare if we can't take responsibility for the past." - David Ehrlich, indieWire