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1917 (15)

Two young British privates during the First World War are given an impossible mission: deliver a message deep in enemy territory that will stop 1,600 men, and one of the soldier's brothers, from walking straight into a deadly trap.

"This phantasmagoric first world war nightmare from the British director is ambitious and unshakeable storytelling" - The Guardian

Oscar Winner

Best Cinematography

7 BAFTA wins, including:

Best Film

Best Director

Outstanding British Film

Best Cinematography

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Sunday 23 Feb 202019:30
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A Hidden Life (12A)

Based on real events, from visionary writer-director Terrence Malick, A Hidden Life is the story of an unsung hero, Franz Jägerstätter, who refused to fight for the Nazis in World War II.  When the Austrian peasant farmer is faced with the threat of execution for treason, it is his unwavering faith and his love for his wife Fani and children that keeps his spirit alive.


"a sombre spiritual war epic which surges up to claim its place among the director’s most deeply felt, sturdily hewn achievements." - The Telegraph

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Friday 21 Feb 202019:30
Saturday 22 Feb 202016:4020:00
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A Place in the Sun (U)

The winner of 6 Academy Awards including Best Director, this film is a powerful story about a working class man who falls for an upper class wealthy girl. Based on Theodore Dreiser's An American Tragedy. One of the great studio dramas of the period.

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Saturday 22 Feb 202014:10
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Bachelor Flat (U)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

When a British college professor heads to a beach house for some peace and quiet, his plans are ruined when his female neighbour and a whole host of American women have other plans!

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Wednesday 19 Feb 202012:0015:30
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Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché (18)

An energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché who at 23 was the first female director, became a powerful figure in film, then vanished. This documentary, narrated by Jodie Foster, is both a tribute and a detective story, tracing the circumstances by which this extraordinary artist faded from memory and the path toward her reclamation.


"a timely celebration of a true pioneer of early cinema - Total Film

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Tuesday 18 Feb 202020:50
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Bombshell (15)

Based on the real scandal, Bombshell is a revealing look inside the most powerful and controversial media empire of all time; and the explosive story of the women who brought down the infamous man who created it.

Oscar Winner

Best Hair & Make Up

BAFTA Winner

Best Make Up/Hair

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Monday 24 Feb 202020:30
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Boy, Did I Get A Wrong Number! (U)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

A Hollywood starlet has had enough of having a career in a bubble bath and wants to be taken more seriously as an actress. She finds herself in Oregan and accidentally meets Tom, a real estate agent whose world she is about to turn upside down!

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Wednesday 26 Feb 202012:0015:30
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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

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Friday 13 Mar 202019:30
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Carve Her Name With Pride (PG)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

During World War II a recently widowed young woman is recruited to work as a spy in France.

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Wednesday 18 Mar 202012:0015:30
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Crip Camp (12A)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A

Directors Nicole Newnham and Jim LeBrecht deliver a rousing film about a summer camp for teens with disabilities who turned activists - shaping the future of the disability-rights movement and changing accessibility legislation for everyone.

Q&A to follow the screening with  filmmakers (TBC), Carlos Ríos Espinosa, Snr. Researcher & Advocate, Disability Rights, Human Rights Watch, moderated by Shantha Rau Barriga, Disability Rights Director, Human Rights Watch

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Wednesday 18 Mar 202018:15
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Cyrano de Bergerac - NT (15)

National Theatre Live

James McAvoy returns to the stage in an inventive new adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac, broadcast live to the cinema from the West End in London. Fierce with a pen and notorious in combat, Cyrano almost has it all - if only he could win the heart of his true love Roxane. There’s just one big problem: he has a nose as huge as his heart. Will a society engulfed by narcissism get the better of Cyrano - or can his mastery of language set Roxane’s world alight?

Edmond Rostand’s masterwork is adapted by Martin Crimp, with direction by Jamie Lloyd (Betrayal). This classic play will be brought to life with linguistic ingenuity to celebrate Cyrano’s powerful and resonant resistance against overwhelming odds.


"James McAvoy left me speechless" - The Telegraph

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Thursday 20 Feb 202019:00
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Days of Wine and Roses (PG)

Jack Lemmon in...

Joe (Lemmon) and Kirsten (Remick) are young newlyweds with a bright future. Joe is an up and coming PR man whose meetings increasingly involve booze. Kirsten joins the party and it is only a matter of time….

One of Hollywood’s best films about the devastating effects of alcoholism.

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Sunday 8 Mar 202016:15
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Dial M For Murder (15)

Amazing Grace

Based on the popular mystery play by Frederick Knott. A British tennis pro (Millard) suspects his wealthy wife (Kelly) is fooling around with handsome American (Cummings). He blackmails a disgraced former army comrade into murdering her but does not take into account that she might fight back….

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Sunday 8 Mar 202014:00
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Dracula A.D. 1972 (15)

Followed by a Q&A with Caroline Munro

Dracula and vampire hunter Van Helsing battle it out in Hyde Park 1872. Both are killed in the struggle, and a noblemen on horseback collects the dried blood of the Count and buries it in a churchyard. 100 years on and it’s swinging London. A group of partygoing teenagers, one of whom is a descendant of Van Helsing, hold a satanic black mass for kicks in an old graveyard and abandoned church. The leader of the group - Johnny Alucard - mixes his blood with that of the Count’s remains, resurrecting Dracula.

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Thursday 5 Mar 202019:30
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Farming (18)

Psychology at the Movies

Followed by an audience discussion

Based on the writer/director's childhood, Farming tells the story of a young Nigerian boy, 'farmed out' by his parents to a white British family in the hope of a better future. Instead, he becomes the feared leader of a white skinhead gang.

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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Thursday 27 Feb 202019:00
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From Here (12A)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A

From Here is a hopeful story of four young activists, Tania, Sonny, Miman, and Akim - whose futures, as their countries grapple with racism, nationalism and a fight against diversity, hang in the balance of immigration and integration debates.

Q&A to follow the screening with filmmaker Christina Antonakos-Wallace and Kartik Raj, Researcher, Europe & Central Asia, HRW

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Tuesday 17 Mar 202018:00
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Gone With The Wind (PG)

"David O Selznick's production of Margaret Mitchell's best seller remains the pinnacle of polished Hollywood storytelling and craftsmanship. The completed film is a remarkably coherent account of the novel and successfully balances the larger backdrop - the seismic changes affecting the South at the time of the American Civil War with the more intimate story of Scarlett O'Hara (Leigh), a petulant belle wrecking havoc on the lives of others"

Geoff Andrew, BFI

There will be a short intermission.

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Sunday 1 Mar 202018:30
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High Noon (U)

Amazing Grace

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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Sunday 1 Mar 202014:00
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I Could Go On Singing (PG)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

A successful singer, working in London, visits her son whilst his father is away to attempt to build her relationship with him.

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Wednesday 11 Mar 202012:0015:30
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Jihad Jane (15)

In March 2010, the arrest on terror charges of a blonde haired, blue-eyed, American woman who called herself ‘Jihad Jane’ made headlines world wide and was described as the 'new front in the war on terrorism.' The story of Coleen LaRose, a forty six-year-old woman, who had radicalised in rural Pennsylvania led the evening news bulletins. What made the case more surreal and confusing was the arrest of another American woman, Jamie Paulin Ramirez, a Colorado native — this time in Waterford, Ireland. One American woman caught up in a terror cell based out Ireland seemed incredible but two....

Amid a backdrop of NSA surveillance, media hysteria and online radicalization — Jihad Jane is the never before told story of marriage proposals, a murder plot and the world’s most unlikely terror cell.

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Thursday 12 Mar 202020:50
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Juliet of the Spirits (15)

Giulietta grows suspicious of her husband, Giorgio when his behaviour grows increasingly questionable. One night when Giorgio initiates a seance amongst his friends, Giulietta gets in touch with spirits and learns more about herself and her painful past.

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Sunday 23 Feb 202014:30
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La Dolce Vita (12A)

Federico Fellini’s exquisite tale of celebrity casts an adoring yet critical eye towards post-war Rome. Set over seven decadent days, the film follows Marcello Mastroianni’s philandering journalist, pursuing a happiness that’s always just out of reach.

A new 4K restoration marks the film’s 60th anniversary and screens as part of the official 2020 celebrations for the centenary of Federico Fellini.

“Probably the greatest film ever made” - Nicolas Winding Refn

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Tuesday 3 Mar 202019:30
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Lenny Abrahamson & Normal People: Talk & Taster

St Patrick's Day Festival

Irish Film London Patron Lenny Abrahamson returns to Regent Street Cinema for a taster and chat about his latest creation: A 12-part BBC/Hulu adaptation of Sally Rooney's award-winning Normal People. Stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal.

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Sunday 15 Mar 202017:30
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Little Women (U)

Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird) directs this new adaptation of the novel by Louisa May Alcott following the lives of four sisters in 19th Century America.

“If this isn't the Little Women you remember, either on page or screen, that's understandable. But it's likely the one you felt, and that's more important” - Time Out.

Oscar Winner

Best Costume Design

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Tuesday 18 Feb 202018:10
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London Transport Double Bill (PG)

Heavenly Films presents BBC Arena's Little Platform, Big Stage and Underground

Two classic BBC Arena documentaries about London Transport + Q&A with director Zimena Percival, BBC Radio London’s Robert Elms and Anthony Wall, Arena Series Editor, hosted by Travis Elborough, author of The Bus We Loved.

Little Platform, Big Stage

(dir Zimena Percival 2005)

Produced for the BBC's acclaimed Arena strand and to mark the extinction of London’s bus conductors, triggered by the demise in 2005 of the capital’s classic Routemasters, Zimena Percival’s enchanting Little Platform, Big Stage, packed with great old clips  and music, meets five conductors from decades past with a billion tales to tell.


(Zimena Percival 2007)

Ever wondered what the underground looks like from the drivers seat? Look no further than Arena's 2007 documentary Underground, a celebration of the world's oldest underground system. Zimena Percival's inventive film begins 150 years ago in a Victorian London of slums and gaslight and takes us on a mysterious adventure through tube history, with contributions from some of the Underground's very own staff.

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Wednesday 26 Feb 202019:30
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Love Child (15)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A with director Eva Mulvad

An intimately filmed, epic love story meets Leila and Sahand escaping from Iran so they can be together. Suddenly living together in a strange new land battling tightening asylum laws, they face hurdles that test the strength of their relationship.

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Tuesday 17 Mar 202020:30
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Mai Khôi & The Dissidents (12A)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A

Dubbed “Vietnam’s Lady Gaga” and likened to Pussy Riot, Vietnamese pop star Mai Khôi must go to great lengths to disseminate her music which champions women’s rights, LGBT rights and free speech, having fallen foul of the ruling Communist party.

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Monday 16 Mar 202019:30
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Maxima (15)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A

Maxima tells the incredible story of Máxima Acuña, a fearless Indigenous farmer from the Peruvian highlands, who is standing up to one of the largest goldmining companies in the world in the face of violent intimidation.

Q&A to follow the screening with director Claudia Sparrow and Senior Campaigner, Global Witness Land and Environmental Defenders Campaign, Ben Leather

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Wednesday 18 Mar 202020:45
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Midnight Traveler (15)

In 2015, after Hassan Fazili’s documentary Peace aired on Afghan national television, the Taliban assassinated the film’s main subject and put a price on Hassan’s head. Hassan looked at his wife and his daughters, and he knew they had to flee their home.

Over the course of their multi-year saga in search of safety, the family grasped onto the only means they had to assert control over their situation: their camera-phones.Hassan and his wife Fatima are both filmmakers, and they are educating their daughters and encouraging them to be artists. The whole family shot this autobiographical film, which began when they sought and were rejected for refugee protection and follows them along the notorious Balkan smuggling route. As they experienced increasingly degrading circumstances, the family latched on to filmmaking as a way to not just survive, but retain their humanity.

Midnight Traveler is a gripping vérité story made by a family on the run. Their unique access and artistic vision provide an intimate portrait of a loving family and the myriad fellow travellers they meet on their odyssey.

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Monday 2 Mar 202018:3020:30
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Mirror Mirror - A Symposium on Body Image (18)

Shorts on Tap

This February 19th Shorts On Tap will explore body image and self-awareness via a selection of eye-opening short films from all around the world, followed by Q&As with attending filmmakers and panel discussion with special guest speakers.

A journey through self-love and self-acceptance, ‘Mirror Mirror’ sets out to explore themes of psychology, physical appearance and the notion of ‘beauty’ in Western society and its relationship with social and cultural ideals.

The screenings will be followed by a panel discussion with experts on mental health and issues relating to body dysmorphic disorder.


Adam Pearson - Award-winning disability rights campaigner, actor, presenter and speaker.

Michelle Elman - 5 board accredited life coach, presenter and award-winning activist.

Stephanie Yeboah - Author, freelance writer, public speaker and fat acceptance advocate, and multi-award nominated plus size fashion blogger.


ADALAMADRINA (09:22") Spain, 2019 - by Carlota Oms

ADAM (04:42") UK, 2016 - by Balan Evans

BREAKFAST (09:54") USA, 2016 - by Tyler Byrnes

DAILY MANTRA (02:00") USA, 2017 - by Kara Hakanson

DIC PIC (11:43") UK, 2019 - by Kit Griffiths

DYSMORPHIA (02:00") UK, 2019 - by Wiktoria Kocan

EVERYONE CALLS ME ORI (04:40") Venezuela, 2019 - directed by Vadim Lasca

LIKE MOTHER LIKE (15:47") USA, 2019 - by Marcela Biven

NIL BY MOUTH (03:35") USA, 2017 - by Kaye Tuckerman

STRIP IT (04:55") UK, 2020 - by Lucrezia Pollice

STRANGER (02:39") USA, 2017 - by Rina Gluckman

TINA (08:50") USA, 2019 - by Gayatri Bahl

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Wednesday 19 Feb 202019:30
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Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (PG)

Kids Kino Club

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

Warrior and pacifist Princess Nausicaa desperately struggles to prevent two warring nations from destroying themselves and their dying planet. A classic from Studio Ghibli.

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Saturday 29 Feb 202011:30
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New Irish Short Films 1 (15)

A collection of Ireland's newest short films from established and emerging filmmakers.

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Friday 13 Mar 202017:30
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New Irish Short Films 2 (15)

A collection of Ireland's newest short films from established and emerging filmmakers.

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Sunday 15 Mar 202019:30
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Olivia (15)

Another Gaze

Seventy years on, Jacqueline Audry’s romantic period piece remains a landmark of lesbian representation long overdue for rediscovery. Set in a 19th century French finishing school, new English boarder Olivia (Marie-Claire Olivia) quickly finds herself hot for her teacher—the migraine-prone Mademoiselle Clara (Cat People’s Simone Simon)—and her headmistress, Mademoiselle Julie (Edwige Feuillere). Lace and repressed lust abound as affections and attachments fly and the students’ greatest lessons prove to be those of love and attraction.

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Tuesday 10 Mar 202019:30
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Parasite (15)

Brilliant class critique. The Kim family all live in a tiny basement flat and all four are unemployed. When the son gets a chance to bluff his way into a well-paid tutoring job, hopes of a regular income for all start to blossom.

Winner of the Palme d’Or, Bong Joon-ho reminds us that he is one of the world’s most exciting, talented and entertaining directors with the hilarious, scathing, thrilling and utterly unique Parasite.

"Bong is back and on brilliant form, but he is unmistakably, roaringly furious, and it registers because the target is so deserving, so enormous, so 2019: Parasite is a tick fat with the bitter blood of class rage.” - Variety

Oscar Winner

Best Picture

Best Director

Best Original Screenplay

Best International Film

2 BAFTA wins:

Best Original Screenplay

Best Film Not in the English Language

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Saturday 14 Mar 202017:0019:45
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Princess Mononoke (PG)

Kids Kino Club
Tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults

A magical tale that follows the young Emishi warrior Ashitaka on a quest to find a cure for a curse put on him. A struggle unravels between forest gods and the humans, and an allegiance forms between the young warrior and the Princess Mononoke.

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Saturday 22 Feb 202011:30
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Queen & Slim (15)

A couple's first date takes an unexpected turn when a police officer pulls them over. Queen & Slim is a powerful, consciousness-raising love story that confronts the staggering human toll of racism and the life-shattering price of violence.

“The 'rhetoric' of Queen & Slim reverberates with anger and love and mourning.” - Sheila O'Malley,

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Friday 6 Mar 202018:1520:50
Saturday 7 Mar 202014:3017:1520:00
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Radioactive (12A)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A with director Marjane Satrapi

Young and ambitious Maria Skłodowska (Rosamund Pike) emigrates from Poland to Paris, where she studies physics, chemistry and mathematics at the Sorbonne. As a young woman working in a scientific world dominated by men, nobody takes her very seriously until she is awarded the Nobel Prize alongside her fellow researcher and husband Pierre Curie (Sam Riley). Adapted from Lauren Redniss’s graphic novel of the same title and directed by Marjane Satrapi, Radioactive charts the life and legacy of the first person to win two Nobel Prize awards.

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Thursday 19 Mar 202019:00
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Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall (15)

The documentary chronicles the infamous photographer’s life behind and outside the camera. A child of immigrants and a life battling inner demons, Jim fought his way to become one of the most trusted mavericks behind a lens throughout 60’s history. A passion for music led him to capture some of the most iconic figures in music history from Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, to the infamous image of Jimi Hendrix burning his guitar....

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Wednesday 11 Mar 202020:30
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Some Like It Hot (12A)

Jack Lemmon in...

When two male musicians witness a mob hit, they flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women, but further complications set in when they meet the beautiful Sugar Kane and hilariously compete for her affections.

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Sunday 1 Mar 202016:00
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The Champion (15)


The screening will be followed by a drinks reception

Christian is a young and talented football player, a genius on the pitch but also a complete unpredictable loose cannon. After his last screw-up, the President of his football team decides to hire a tutor to teach him some discipline. The task will fall on Valerio, a solitary and grumpy professor. Sparks will fly at the beginning but there may be a chance that this improbable duo may become a big help the one for the other.

Directed by Leonardo D'Agostini and starring Stefano Accorsi (L'ultimo bacio, Veloce come il vento) and Andrea Carpenzano (Tutto quello che vuoi, La Terra dell'Abbastanza), Il Campione is a captivating dramatic comedy about football and friendship which won the Silver Ribbon for Best New Director.

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Tuesday 25 Feb 202019:30
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The Country Girl (PG)

Amazing Grace

An adaptation of Clifford Odets' play. Bing Crosby stars as Frank Elgin, a once-famous Broadway star who's hit the skids. Hotshot young director Bernie Dodd, a long-time admirer of Elgin, tries to get the old-timer back on his feet with a starring role in a new play, annoying the actor’s wife at the same time. Grace Kelly won a best actress Oscar for her role in this film.

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Sunday 15 Mar 202015:00
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The Ladykillers (U)

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

An oddball group of bank robbers planning their next job decide to rent rooms from an innocent old lady who believes they are musicians. But when one of the gang's case falls open and reveals a stash of banknotes, their landlady vows to report the men to the police.

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Wednesday 4 Mar 202012:0015:30
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The Lighthouse (15)

A hypnotic and hallucinatory tale of two lighthouse keepers – Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe - trying to maintain their sanity on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s.

“It leaves you dazed, terrified and elated, and it signals Eggers as one of the most exciting directors working today.” – Time Out

Oscar Nominated

Best Cinematography

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Friday 28 Feb 202020:50
Saturday 29 Feb 202014:0016:1518:3020:45
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The Nights of Cabiria (PG)

Giulietta Masina plays an eternally optimistic Rome prostitute with a heart of gold and a head of cotton candy in Fellini's Oscar-winning masterpiece. This funny, poignant classic inspired the musical Sweet Charity.

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Sunday 23 Feb 202017:00
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Weathering With You (12A)

Kids Kino Club

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

A high school boy who has run away to Tokyo befriends a girl who seems to be able to control the weather.

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Saturday 7 Mar 202011:30
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Women's Day

Astounding stories by women born in the USSR - pioneers and survivors - who reveal their lives from the 1917 revolution to the present day. Intimate, surprising, funny, painful and contradictory - the untold history of women in Russia.

The Nobel Laureate, the ‘Voice of the USSR’, the beauty blogger, the cyber security boss, veterans of Stalingrad and the Leningrad Siege, the exiled feminist, the Tractorist Heroine and many more.

These women were forged in a culture that had officially proclaimed women equal to men. They were told they could achieve it all, but at what cost - and what was the reality?

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Sunday 8 Mar 202019:00