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Forty years after its original release, audiences will get the chance to experience Apocalypse Now Final Cut, a never-before-seen and newly restored cut of Coppola’s spectacular cinematic masterpiece in a way which the director believes looks better than it has ever looked and sounds better than it has ever sounded.
Restored from the original negative for the first time ever, Apocalypse Now Final Cut is Coppola’s most realized version of his multi-awarded classic - a haunting journey into madness that fascinated generations of movie lovers.
Screening on a stunning 4K restoration.
Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for adults.
On the 60th anniversary of the much-adored comic book series, Asterix and Obelix embark on a quest across Gaul looking for a young druid worthy of learning the secret of the magic potion – a formula which has long helped to keep the Gaulish village safe against Julius Caesar and his invading army. However, once Asterix and Obelix begin their quest, all hell breaks loose at home as the Romans start attacking the village and an evil wizard named Sulfurix does everything he can to steal the potion's secret recipe.
Frustrated in his desire to bring the teachings of Buddha to the tough denizens of London, a disillusioned young Chinese man, loses himself in the reveries of opium mists until the plight of a young waif startles him back to reality
Accompanied by a live soundtrack on our original 1936 Compton Organ performed by Donald MacKenzie.
A university-educated musician rejects his wife's middle-class aspirations and chooses to work at the local flea market. As time goes on, Jimmy becomes more and more bitter, and his treatment of Allyson worsens. Their already troubled marriage reaches a crisis point when an old friend of Allyson lodges with the couple and begins the object of Jimmy's aggression and attention.
Based on a novel by D.H. Lawrence. An artistically talented young man living in an English coal mining town is inhibited by his domineering and emotionally manipulative mother.
Matinee Classics - tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s
A musical comedy about a Brooklyn boy (Eddie Cantor) who inherits a fortune from his archaeologist father, but has to go to Egypt to claim it.
The latest film from Pedro Almodovar, Pain and Glory explores the tumultuous life of an aging director as he comes face to face with his life choices. In a semi-autobiographical cinematic experience, the film is a candid roundup of key moments within the auteur’s personal and professional past. and also reunites him with Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas.
From the team behind the worldwide success The Beatles: Eight Days a Week comes two time Academy Award® winning director Ron Howard's documentary celebrating the life of the beloved opera star Luciano Pavarotti, who sold over 100 million records in his lifetime.
The 1990 World Cup in Italy was the moment opera left the elite and hit the masses. Opera star Pavarotti joined fellow tenors Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras onstage in Rome watched by 1.4 billion worldwide. Their powerful rendition of 'Nessun Dorma' lives on as one of the most popular and famous pieces of music the world has ever heard, and Pavarotti realised his long held dream of bringing opera into the mainstream. Ron Howard takes an intimate approach in telling Pavarotti’s story, going beyond the iconic public figure to reveal the man himself.
Heavenly Films present... Springsteen and I
+ Q&A with director Baillie Walsh
“I always believed, well, the fans are there for something. It’s more than a personality cult. They’re there because there’s certain music that — the music they love. There’s ideas that perhaps you have in common.” — Bruce Springsteen
Combining personal videos from more than 2000 fans from around the world and rare archive footage, Springsteen and I is a unique music documentary. Directed by Baillie Walsh, and produced by Ridley Scott, it provides a powerful exploration of the bond between an extraordinary artist, a man who has sold over 120 million albums worldwide and whose music has soundtracked the lives of whole generations, and his often even more remarkable admirers. A love letter from his fans, lovingly assembled by Walsh, it is a must-see movie for any Springsteen aficionado and for everyone who has ever scrawled a rock star’s name on their pencil case, pinned a poster to their wall, or bought a tour t-shirt.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Baillie Walsh, conducted by the writer Travis Elborough