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Taxi Driver
Taxi Driver (18)
Martin Scorsese's iconic 1976 masterpiece, frequently voted one of the best films of all time.
Showing from Fri 10 Feb 2017
Long Way North
Long Way North (PG)
Unpredictable, bold Sacha embarks upon a wild journey across the continent to find her explorer Grandad’s lost ship.
4 upcoming showings from Sat 21 January 13.00 as part of Young Cinema and KicStart
ziggy1
Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars (PG)
Directed by pioneering rock film-maker D.A. Pennebaker, this documentary and concert film captures Bowie and his band, The Spiders From Mars, performing at London’s Hammersmith Odeon on July 3, 1973.
1 upcoming showing on Tue 7 March 20.30
Christine
Christine (15)
Based on the true story of Christine Chubbuck, Rebecca Hall delivers an arresting performance as the Sarasota journalist.
Showing from Fri 3 Feb 2017
belle and sebastian
Belle and Sebastian: The Adventure Continues (PG)
English
Two years after they bravely stood up to the Nazis, World War Two is over and Sebastian and his loyal canine companion Belle can start getting back to normal
1 upcoming showing on Sat 14 January 13.00 as part of Young Cinema
t2
T2 Trainspotting (18)
“Choose a zero-hour contract; a two-hour journey to work and choose the same for your kids, only worse.”
Showing from Fri 27 Jan 2017 as part of Subtitled Mondays
a sparkle of life
A Sparkle of Life (18)
Tae, a 77-year-old widow, signs up with a matchmaking service in pursuit of a last chance at love in this romantic comedy, following one pensioner’s attempt to inject a ‘spark’ into her life.
1 upcoming showing on Mon 27 March 18.45 as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2017
Destruction babies
Destruction Babies (18)
Delinquent runaway Taira (Yuya Yagira, Nobody Knows) aimlessly roams the streets picking fights with random bystanders. Rallied on by a high schooler, Taira’s street-side scuffles soon turn into a sinister game.
1 upcoming showing on Mon 13 March 18.15 as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2017
odd obsession
Odd Obsession (18)
Winner of the Cannes Special Jury Prize in 1960, this darkly comic drama follows an elderly man with a decreased libido who attempts to sexually satisfy his captivating, younger wife.
1 upcoming showing on Thu 23 March 18.15 as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2017
flying colours
Flying Colours (18)
Based on a nonfiction bestseller, this film depicts Japan’s highly competitive and demanding university entrance exams.
1 upcoming showing on Tue 14 March 18.15 as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2017
darklight
Best Of ShAFF 2016 - Shorts (12A)
A chance to catch up on the best short films from ShAFF 2016, an eclectic collection of the most visually amazing, jaw droppingly outrageous, and adrenaline fuelled madness. Whet your appetite for the forthcoming festival on March 17-19.
1 upcoming showing on Mon 6 March 20.30 as part of ShAFF
rocky mountain traverse
Best of SHAFF 2016 - Spirit of Adventure (15)
A chance to watch the best films from 2016 and whet your appetite for the forthcoming festival (March 17-19).
1 upcoming showing on Mon 20 February 20.30 as part of ShAFF
prevenge
Prevenge + Q&A (15)
Driven by the voice of her unborn child, a pregnant woman takes revenge for the death of her boyfriend, embarking on a killing spree that is both vicious and funny.
1 upcoming showing on Mon 13 February 18.00
Hedwig & the angry inch
Hedwig & The Angry Inch (15)
Put on some music! Turn on the 8 Track! Grab your golden go-go boots and pull the wig down from the shelf because ‘internationally ignored song stylist’ Hedwig is in town!
1 upcoming showing on Sat 25 February 16.30 as part of LGBT History Month
a silent voice
A Silent Voice (18)
An emotional and beautifully animated film following young Shoya, a boy tormented by his past bullying of deaf classmate Shoko. Shoya decides he must see Shoko once more to atone for his sins, but is it already too late?
1 upcoming showing on Sat 11 February 15.15 as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2017
flora and the sand
Flora on the Sand (18)
An innovative and erotically charged drama about Ichiro, a man who stumbles into an unsettling affair with a young woman, Akiko, and her sister. Based on a novel by Junnosuke Yoshiyuki, the film foreshadows Nikkatsu’s lucrative ‘Roman Porno’ genre.
1 upcoming showing on Thu 2 March 18.30 as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2017
Pale moon
Pale Moon (18)
Ordinary housewife and bank employee Rika (Rie Miyazawa) turns to a life of crime by embezzling money from clients’ accounts in order to please her young lover. A mischievous dark drama adapted from the bestselling novel by Mitsuyo Kakuta.
1 upcoming showing on Tue 14 February 18.15 as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2017
pieta in the toilet
Pieta in the Toilet + Q&A (18)
Young failed painter Hiroshi falls into the depths of despair when he discovers he is incurably ill. Having given up on his dreams, everything changes when he encounters bold and outspoken Mai Her.
1 upcoming showing on Tue 7 February 17.45 as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2017
Sullivan's travels
Sullivan's Travels (PG)
Preston Sturges' sparkling screwball comedy contains some unusually dark material and provides one of Hollywood's starkest representations of the economic catastrophe that was the Great Depression.
1 upcoming showing on Wed 22 February 18.30 as part of Film Studies
day of the locust
The Day of The Locust (18)
The Day of the Locust follows the lives of several residents of the crumbling San Bardino Arms apartments up in the hills at the edge of Hollywood.
1 upcoming showing on Wed 25 January 18.30 as part of Film Studies
mommie dearest
Mommie Dearest (12A)
Frank Perry’s 1981 film Mommie Dearest is based on the memoir written by Joan Crawford’s adopted daughter, Christina: a ‘tell-all’ account that documented her childhood and alleged abuse suffered at the hands of the actress.
1 upcoming showing on Wed 8 February 18.30 as part of Film Studies
barton fink
Barton Fink (15)
Set in 1941, John Turturro is Barton Fink, left-wing playwright from New York who has just released his first play on Broadway to critical acclaim.
1 upcoming showing on Wed 11 January 18.30 as part of Film Studies

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