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#Female Pleasure (PG)


The Circle


The Circle's Global Feminist Series presents the first UK Public Screening of Barbara Miller’s feature documentary #Female Pleasure portraying five courageous, smart and self-determined women, breaking the silence imposed by their archaic-patriarch societies and religious communities. With incredible strength and positive energy, Deborah Feldman, Leyla Hussein, Rokudenashiko, Doris Wagner and Vithika Yadav are fighting for sexual liberation and autonomy for women, beyond religious rules and cultural barriers. But their victory comes at a high price: they all have experienced public defamation, threats and prosecutions, have been excommunicated by the society they grew up in and even received death threats by religious leaders and fanatics.


#Female Pleasure shows the universal mechanisms at work that have determined the position of women until now, spanning cultures, religions and continents: from Japan and India and the Somali Muslim diaspora to the Hasidic community in Brooklyn and the Catholic clergy in Europe. All protagonists have come to the same conclusion: the female body is subjected to male lust and first and foremost meant for procreation, without any regard for female sexual pleasure and autonomy.  These women decided to speak up and are the ultimate example on how courage, strength and zest for life can indeed alter societal structures.


Followed by a Q&A with Leyla Hussein, moderated by Denise Parkinson.



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Wednesday 15 Apr 202019:00 (Closed)
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*Film 1: The Great Buster - A Celebration (PG)

The film celebrates the life and career of one of America’s most influential and celebrated filmmakers and comedians, Buster Keaton, whose singular style and fertile output during the silent era created his legacy as a true cinematic visionary. Filled with stunning restored archival Keaton films.


“In a way, Buster Keaton is the essence of movies. He is one of the inventors of cinema” - Werner Herzog

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Sunday 12 Apr 202017:45 (Closed)
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*Film 1: The Great Buster: A Celebration (PG)

The film celebrates the life and career of one of America’s most influential and celebrated filmmakers and comedians, Buster Keaton, whose singular style and fertile output during the silent era created his legacy as a true cinematic visionary. Filled with stunning restored archival Keaton films.


“In a way, Buster Keaton is the essence of movies. He is one of the inventors of cinema” - Werner Herzog

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Saturday 11 Apr 202014:00 (Closed)
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*Film 2: The General (U)

Many critics consider The General to be the last great comedy of the silent era, and it consistently ranks as one of the greatest comedies of all time on international critics' polls. Set during the Civil War and based on a true incident, the film is also an authentic looking period piece. The title refers not to Keaton's character, but to his engine, 'The General' which figures prominently in one of the most harrowing and hilarious chase scenes ever filmed.

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Saturday 11 Apr 202016:15 (Closed)
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Calm With Horses (15)


St Patrick's Day Festival


In dark rural Ireland, ex-boxer Arm has become the feared enforcer for the drug-dealing Devers family, while at the same time desperate to be a good father to his five-year-old son. Torn between these two families, Arm's loyalties are tested when he is asked to kill for the first time.


Executive produced by Michael Fassbender and based on a gripping novella from Irish writer Colin Barrett, from a collection of Barrett’s short stories which won The Guardian’s prestigious First Book Award.


"A blistering debut" - The Observer


Followed by a Q&A with Niamh Algar and Nick Rowland.


This March 13th festival screening is a part of the Mayor of London's St. Patrick's Parade and Festival 2020. #StPatsDayLDN

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Tuesday 14 Apr 202018:30 (Closed)20:40 (Closed)
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Christie Malry's Own Double Entry (18)

Heavenly Films present

Christie Malry’s Own Double Entry

followed by a Q&A with director Paul Tickell & musician Luke Haines


Adapted from the novel by the revered experimental writer BS Johnson, Christie Malry’s Own Double Entry is a thrillingly innovative attempt to capture on film a particularly English strain of frustration, resentment and despair. Starring Nick Moran as the eponymous anti-hero and with a terrific soundtrack by Luke Haines of The Auteurs, Black Box Recorder fame, it is a powerful, politically committed tale of credit and debit, as trainee accountant Christie sets out to balance the books with society, moving from minor transgressions to major acts of urban terrorism.


Unfortunately appearing around the time of the 9/11 attacks, the film virtually disappeared on release, despite the likes of the Sunday Times declaring: "If you don’t like this, stop going to the cinema." A genuine cult classic, this rarely screened masterpiece will be shown in its original 35mm print (tbc) and followed by a Q&A with director Paul Tickell and musician Luke Haines.

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Tuesday 28 Apr 202019:30 (Closed)
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Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan (15)

London Australian Film Society

ANZAC DAY


ANZAC Day, 25 April, is the day when all Australians and New Zealanders stop to remember the service and sacrifices of their veterans.


To commemorate this, the London Australian Film team present the UK premiere of a new Australian film, Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan.


In August 1966, in a Vietnamese rubber plantation, 108 young and mostly inexperienced Australian and New Zealand soldiers came nose-to-nose with more than 2,000 Main Force Viet Cong & North Vietnamese soldiers. This is their untold story.

The Battle of Long Tan is one of the most savage and decisive engagements in ANZAC military history, earning both the United States and South Vietnamese Presidential Unit Citations for gallantry along with many individual awards. An Australian Unit Citation for Gallantry was finally awarded in 2009 after a number of government inquiries.


This incredibly moving and immersive film, anchored by superb cinematography, extremely detailed production design and a haunting original score, is a nail-biting tale of how war can bring men from all races, classes and backgrounds together – and how they can work together to achieve the unthinkable.


“Will go down as one of the iconic and legendary ANZAC films – up there with classics such as Gallipoli and The Lighthorsemen.” Tim Mayne, The Examiner.


Starring an A-list Australian cast including Travis Fimmel (Vikings), Luke Bracey (Point Break, Hacksaw Ridge), Daniel Webber (The Punisher, The Dirt), Nicholas Hamilton (IT), Stephen Peacocke (Hercules, Me Before You), and Richard Roxburgh (Breath, Rake), Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan is directed by Kriv Stenders (Red Dog), from a script by Stuart Beattie (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Australia).

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Saturday 25 Apr 202018:30 (Closed)
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Dark Waters (12A)

Dark Waters tells the shocking and heroic true story of  attorney Rob Bilott (Mark Ruffalo) who risks his career and family to uncover a dark secret hidden by one of the world’s largest corporations and to bring justice to a community dangerously exposed for decades to deadly chemicals.


“the first corporate thriller that's a call to action because you'll emerge from it feeling anything but safe.” - Variety

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Tuesday 7 Apr 202018:15 (Closed)20:45 (Closed)
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Deliverance (18)

J B Priestley Society

Preceded by a talk with editor Tom Priestley and followed by a Q&A


This screening of the classic and controversial 1970s film Deliverance comes with an added bonus - a personal appearance by renowned film editor Tom Priestley, the only son of iconic author and playwright J B Priestley.


A gripping, notorious American thriller set in the isolated Deep South Appalachian Mountains sees four city-dwelling friends go on an adventure canoe trip, their experience turning into a battle for survival at the hands of the antagonistic locals.


In a half-hour, pre-film presentation, Tom will reveal his insight into the filming and editing of Deliverance, which starred Jon Voight, Burt Reynolds and Ned Beatty. Tom's list of edits range from This Sporting Life to 1984, from The Great Gatsby to Return of the Pink Panther, from Exorcist II to Lord of the Flies. Tom, who handles the J B Priestley Estate, and who is President of the J B Priestley Society, will talk about his technique of film editing, his criteria for accepting a commission, and his distinguished career.


Tom's early achievements began with the celebrated Whistle Down The Wind, starring a young Hayley Mills, with Tom cutting his teeth as assistant film editor. In 1965, he was sound editor on Dr Who and the Daleks, and he won a BAFTA award a year later with Morgan - a Suitable Case For Treatment. Although he read Classics and English at Cambridge, he never wanted to follow his father as an author, playwright, script writer and broadcaster. 'JB,' as he is affectionately known, is perhaps most famous for An Inspector Calls, The Good Companions, When We Are Married, Angel Pavement and English Journey. Tom spent much of his time at university watching films in the local cinema. In velvet jacket and corduroy hat, he cut a bohemian figure, going on to cut film by hand when he worked at Ealing Studios in the pre-digital era. On location with Deliverance in rural Georgia, he claimed that he felt at home with the Appalachian hillbillies, while the Californian film crew "were terrified."


A question and answer session will follow the screening, with Lindsay Sutton in the chair.

Lindsay Sutton - chair of the J B Priestley Society - says: "The Society thought Tom's presence would give the film audience real added value. Like his father, he has made his mark, but in a different medium. Film editing is often the forgotten or overlooked component in the making of great films. Tom is a top-class professional, who was in demand for all of his working life. He has authority, knowledge and charm."

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Sunday 26 Apr 202015:00 (Closed)
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Dogs Don't Wear Pants (18)

Juha develops an unexpected but powerful connection with a dominatrix named Mona, following a tragic event in his life that has left him emotionally paralyzed. A darkly humorous story of loss, love and the sweet pain of being.


★★★★

"comes with a maverick streak and a tonne of raw emotional energy" - Time Out

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Friday 10 Apr 202018:30 (Closed)20:45 (Closed)
Saturday 11 Apr 202018:00 (Closed)20:30 (Closed)
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Film 1: The Great Buster; A Celebration (PG)

The film celebrates the life and career of one of America’s most influential and celebrated filmmakers and comedians, Buster Keaton, whose singular style and fertile output during the silent era created his legacy as a true cinematic visionary. Filled with stunning restored archival Keaton films.


“In a way, Buster Keaton is the essence of movies. He is one of the inventors of cinema” - Werner Herzog

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Sunday 12 Apr 202014:00 (Closed)
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Film 2: Sherlock Jr. (U)

A film projectionist longs to be a detective, and puts his meagre skills to work when he is framed by a rival for stealing his girlfriend's father's pocketwatch.

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Sunday 12 Apr 202020:00 (Closed)
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Film 2: The Navigator (U)

“A comedian does funny things. A good comedian does things funny.” – Buster Keaton.


The Navigator is a hilarious comedy in which Buster and his sweetheart are cast adrift on a deserted ocean liner. The ship runs aground on a desert island, where the two unfortunates are chased by cannibals.

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Sunday 12 Apr 202016:15 (Closed)
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Life of a Mountain: Helvellyn (PG)


Life of a Mountain: Helvellyn is the much-anticipated third and final part of film-maker Terry Abraham’s Lake District mountain trilogy. The critically acclaimed Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike (2015) and Life of a Mountain: Blencathra (2017) have been enjoyed by millions of viewers on the BBC and beyond.


A love-letter to our country’s most popular mountain it's a must for anyone with a love or connection with the Lake District, or a passion for mountains and hill-walking. A spectacular documentary, the film looks at the lives of local residents, wildlife and visitors to the mountain with contributions from many experts and household names.


Terry Abraham's breathtaking photography and stunning time-lapse sequences of this unique landscape will inspire Lakeland newcomers and regular visitors alike. Terry is a self-taught filmmaker and photographer with a passion and interest for the outdoors that is second to none.


An exclusive presentation from London Mountain Film Festival. This London Premiere will include a Q&A with the director.


The film contains flashing lights that may affect people who suffer photosensitivity.

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Thursday 18 Jun 202019:30
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Looking for Chekhov (15)

CinemaItaliaUK

Followed by a Q&A with the director


Actor Vinicio Marchioni, inspired by Chekhov's masterpiece Uncle Vanya, reimagines the play's tragic narrative following the destructive earthquakes that hit Italy in 2009 and 2016, reproducing it on stage in Narni. Seeing himself in the writings and correspondence of the Russian playwright, he starts a journey across Russia to learn more about the life and times of Anton Chekhov. The result is a fascinating documentary which explores the themes of Chekhov's 19th Century narrative, and how Marchioni manages to reconnect them with the dramatic earthquakes that shook Italy.

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Sunday 26 Apr 202018:30 (Closed)
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Midnight Family (15)

The Ochoa family runs a for-profit ambulance in Mexico City, competing with other EMTs for patients in need of urgent help. While making a living in this cutthroat industry, they struggle to keep their financial needs from jeopardizing the people in their care. When a crackdown by corrupt police forces into questionable practices, Midnight Family explores urgent questions around healthcare, the failings of government and the complexity of personal responsibility.


“Portraits of institutional dysfunction don't come much more urgent, and quietly bleak, than this...” - Variety


This film contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect customers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.

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Wednesday 8 Apr 202020:30 (Closed)
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NT: Jack Absolute Flies Again

National Theatre Live


It’s July 1940 and Pilot Officer Jack Absolute flies home from a raid on the Luftwaffe to RAF Fontwell. He’s surprised to find his old flame Lydia at the base, and sets his sights on winning back her heart. But Lydia demands to be loved on her own terms, and the riotous comedy of misunderstandings and preposterous confrontations begins.


A new play by Richard Bean (One Man, Two Guvnors) and Oliver Chris, based on Sheridan’s 1775 Restoration masterpiece The Rivals.

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Thursday 23 Jul 202019:00
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Once Upon A Time In The West (15)

Sergio Leone's landmark spaghetti western with an unforgettable Morricone score. A mysterious stranger joins forces with another desperado to protect a beautiful widow from a ruthless assassin working for the railroad.

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Sunday 19 Apr 202019:30 (Closed)
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Onward (PG)

Kids Kino Club

Tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults


Set in a suburban fantasy world, two teenage elf brothers, Ian and Barley Lightfoot, go on an journey to discover if there is still a little magic left out there in order to spend one last day with their father, who died when they were too young to remember him.

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Saturday 25 Apr 202011:30 (Closed)
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Other Music (12A)

Soul Jazz Cinema Club


Other Music was not just a record store in New York’s East Village. it was a place where a generation discovered groundbreaking artists who became larger than life icons in the music scene. It was a destination for music lovers, musicians, and industry representatives, where bands were formed and careers were launched. Other Music was and remains a symbol of independent music. It was a place that not only spotlighted those in independent music, but also served as a great influence on the music scene in New York City.


The film chronicles the store’s 20-year history, featuring bands such as Animal Collective, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Vampire Weekend, the Strokes, Interpol, The National, TV On The Radio, Anohni (formerly Antony And The Johnsons), and more. As retail stores continue to disappear, the film is an example of how the community and spirit of one much-loved independent record store lives on.


Sounds of the Universe will be selling records in the bar


“An exciting reminder of what culture-retailers can be.” – The Hollywood Reporter

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Thursday 16 Apr 202019:30 (Closed)
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Real (15)

Special Q&A Preview with director and cast


In inner city Portsmouth, an unremarkable newsagent’s sits between a courthouse and a business centre. It’s here that sparks fly between well-dressed Kyle (Aki Omoshaybi) and equally poised Jamie (Pippa Bennett-Warner). Yet despite their outward appearances, both are struggling to move on from hardship they’d rather keep hidden. As their feelings for one another blossom, their pasts resurface, threatening to break them apart before their relationship has even begun.


An authentic and touching love story from a place where second chances are hard to come by, this impressive debut feature marks actor turned writer-director Aki Omoshaybi as a talent to watch.

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Tuesday 21 Apr 202020:30 (Closed)
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S.O.S. Titanic (PG)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s


In April 1912 the most famous ship of all, Titanic, sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. S.O.S. Titanic is considered one of the best 'action' films telling the story of that ill-fated night. We screen this film on the 108th anniversary of the sinking.

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Wednesday 15 Apr 202012:00 (Closed)15:30 (Closed)
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Seven Chances (U)

Live Soundtrack


Buster gets word that if he can be married by seven o’clock that evening he will inherit seven million dollars. When his sweetheart refuses, he proposes to everyone in a skirt….


Accompanied by a live soundtrack, performed by Donald MacKenzie on our 1936 Compton cinema organ.



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Monday 13 Apr 202019:00 (Closed)
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Sonic the Hedgehog (PG)

Kids Kino Club

Tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults


A cop in the rural town of Green Hills will help Sonic escape from the government who is looking to capture him.

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Saturday 11 Apr 202011:30 (Closed)
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Spellbound (PG)

Matinee Classics
Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

A psychiatrist protects the identity of an amnesia patient accused of murder while attempting to recover his memory.

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Wednesday 29 Apr 202012:00 (Closed)15:30 (Closed)
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System Crasher (15)


Benni, a wild 9-year-old girl has already become what child protection services call a "system crasher", expelled wherever she goes. Anger management trainer Micha is hired as Benni's school escort and suddenly there is a seed of hope. Through the commitment of an excellent cast and with its powerful narrative of a young girl who has lost her place in society, Fingscheidt challenges conventional attitudes towards innocence, systems of support and, ultimately, the role of the welfare state.


"Suffused with sympathy but also a dose of bitter realism and shot with a freewheeling energy." – Screen International

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Thursday 23 Apr 202020:50 (Closed)
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The African Queen (PG)

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After a religious spinster's missionary brother is killed in WWI Africa a dissolute steamer captain offers her safe passage. Fleeing from the Germans, the two spend most of their time fighting with each other.

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Sunday 26 Apr 202012:30 (Closed)
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The Australian Dream (15)

In the final three years of his playing career, Indigenous Australian Adam Goodes was named Australian of the Year, publicly called out racism, and celebrated a goal by performing an on-field Indigenous war dance, similar to the Māori haka. He quickly emerged as a champion for the Australian Indigenous community, intent on helping to heal the divide that has dogged Australia since European colonisation. But after he had a young supporter of a rival team ejected from the arena for racial abuse, the cheers very quickly turned to jeers as football crowds turned on him. The searing press attention that followed only fuelled the fire, and he eventually walked away from the game without any of the fanfare he deserved. A rare and powerful first-hand insight into the effects of racism in sport and across wider society.

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Wednesday 29 Apr 202018:30 (Closed)
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The Fortune Cookie (U)

Jack Lemmon in...


An insurance salesman concocts a scheme to cash in on his brother-in-law's injury.


"The friction between the laughs and the cynicism generates more heat than most Hollywood comedies even aim at" - Time Out

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Sunday 19 Apr 202016:45 (Closed)
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The Glenn Miller Story (U)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s


Wonderful biography of band leader Glenn Miller from his beginnings to his death over the English Channel in 1944.

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Wednesday 8 Apr 202012:00 (Closed)15:30 (Closed)
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The Great Buster: A Celebration (PG)

The film celebrates the life and career of one of America’s most influential and celebrated filmmakers and comedians, Buster Keaton, whose singular style and fertile output during the silent era created his legacy as a true cinematic visionary. Filled with stunning restored archival Keaton films.


“In a way, Buster Keaton is the essence of movies. He is one of the inventors of cinema” - Werner Herzog

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Monday 13 Apr 202016:30 (Closed)
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The Painted Bird (18)

A young boy is entrusted by his Jewish parents to an elderly foster mother in an effort to escape persecution. Following a tragedy, the boy is on his own.  Wandering through the desecrated countryside, the boy encounters villagers and soldiers whose own lives have been brutally altered, and who are intent on revisiting this brutality on the boy. When the war ends, the boy has been changed, forever.


Directed, written and produced by Marhoul, The Painted Bird, features a staggering central performance from the young Petr Kotlár alongside a star-studded international ensemble including Udo Kier, Stellan Skarsgård, Harvey Keitel, Julian Sands and Barry Pepper. The film has won ecstatic acclaim as an unflinching examination of the very worst of humanity.


★★★★★

“a monumental piece of work” Xan Brooks, The Guardian

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Friday 24 Apr 202019:30 (Closed)
Saturday 25 Apr 202015:00 (Closed)
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The Welkin

National Theatre Live


Rural Suffolk in England, 1759. As the country waits for Halley’s comet, a young woman is sentenced to hang for a heinous murder. When she claims to be pregnant, a jury of 12 matrons are taken from their housework to decide whether she’s telling the truth, or simply trying to escape the noose. With only midwife Lizzy Luke prepared to defend the girl, and a mob baying for blood outside, the matrons wrestle with their new authority, and the devil in their midst.


James Macdonald (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?) directs Maxine Peake (The Theory of Everything, Funny Cow) and Ria Zmitrowicz (Three Girls, Mr. Selfridge) in this bold and gripping thriller from Tony Award-nominated writer Lucy Kirkwood (Chimerica, Skins).

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Thursday 21 May 202019:00
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To Catch A Thief (PG)

Amazing Grace


When a reformed jewel thief is suspected of returning to his former occupation, he must ferret out the real thief in order to prove his innocence.

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Sunday 19 Apr 202014:30 (Closed)
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Trolls World Tour (U)

Kids Kino Club

Tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults


Poppy and Branch discover that they are but one of 6 different troll tribes scattered over 6 different lands devoted to 6 different types of music. Their world is about to get a lot bigger and a lot louder!

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Saturday 18 Apr 202011:30 (Closed)
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True Grit (PG)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s


A drunken, hard-nosed U.S. Marshal and a Texas Ranger help a stubborn teenager track down her father's murderer in Indian territory.

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Wednesday 22 Apr 202012:00 (Closed)15:30 (Closed)
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True History of the Kelly Gang (18)

This film shatters the mythology surrounding Ned Kelly (George MacKay, 1917) to reveal the essence behind the life of the notorious icon. Hero to some, outlaw to others, Kelly throws a long shadow over a specific period of Australian history. Spanning his life from his younger years to the time leading up to his death, the film explores the story behind this legendary figure.


Nurtured by the notorious bushranger Harry Power (Russell Crowe) and fuelled by the unfair arrest of his mother, Kelly recruits a wild bunch of warriors to plot a campaign of anarchy and rebellion that will grip the entire country. Youth and tragedy collide in the Kelly Gang, and at the beating heart of this tale is the fractured and powerful love story between a mother and son.


True History of the Kelly Gang is a visceral, blazing and utterly unforgettable telling of the legendary story.


★★★★

"One of the best cinematic surprises of the year"  THN

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Friday 17 Apr 202018:20 (Closed)20:50 (Closed)
Saturday 18 Apr 202015:00 (Closed)17:30 (Closed)20:00 (Closed)
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Turning 18 (12A)

Queer East Film Festival


This documentary explores the struggles of two indigenous Taiwanese teenagers: Chen, who looks after her alcoholic mother, and Pei, who moves in with her boyfriend to escape an abusive home. Director Ho Chao-ti approaches their experiences from a female perspective, addressing issues of sexual abuse, LGBTQ rights, and rural poverty.


Presented in partnership with Westminster School of Arts, University of Westminster. With support from the Ministry of Culture (Taiwan), Taiwan Film Institute and Taiwan Docs.


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Monday 27 Apr 202020:30 (Closed)
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Up In The Air (15)

Psychology at the Movies

Followed by a panel discussion


Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) a corporate downsizer and modern business traveller has lived his life in transit for many years. Suddenly he finds himself ready to make a real connection.


The screening will be followed by a panel discussion covering the themes and issues raised in the film, hosted by psychologist Bryan Bonaparte.

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Wednesday 22 Apr 202019:00 (Closed)
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Villetta Con Ospiti (15)

CinemaItaliaUK


Every small town has its secrets - and so does this small community living in the mountains in Northern Italy. In the space of two days, all the small hypocrisies, prejudices and suspicions hidden in the lives of these people will soon culminate in a dramatic life changing event. Ivano de Matteo directs an amazing ensemble of Italian actors in this captivating drama.

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Tuesday 19 May 202019:30
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straight 8 2020 (18)

the best short films from straight 8 2020


8 films are fresh from their cannes film festival premiere, and the rest will be seen for the first time ever – even by the people who made them.


each of these films were shot on one 3 minute 20 second roll of super 8mm film. they had no brief, only in-camera edits and no post-production. soundtracks were made without having seen the film.


arrive early for pre-drinks in the cinema bar, and an after-party follows the screening.

Book Tickets

Saturday 23 May 202017:30