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The Secret Garden (U)
Forgotten about in colonial India, ten-year-old prickly Mary is packed up and sent to the Yorkshire moors to live in a hundred-room house with an uncle she has never known.
1 upcoming showing on Sat 1 April 13.00
Joan Collins and Petra Collins, The Time of Their Lives
Time of Their Lives, The (12A)
A former Hollywood sex-symbol hears about the death of a former lover and decides to hot-tail it out of her retirement home to gate-crash the funeral.
Showing from Fri 31 Mar 2017
Mindhorn + Q&A (15)
A special preview screening of latest comedic brain-child of Julian Barratt and long-time collaborator Simon Farnaby that will not let fans down; a farcical take on washed-up celebrity and 80’s crime drama (think Bergerac & MacGyver).
1 upcoming showing on Fri 28 April 20.00
Stop Making Sense
Stop Making Sense (PG)
Frequently heralded as one of the greatest concert films ever made, Stop Making Sense is a remarkable display of the frenzied energy and artistic prowess of the band Talking Heads.
1 upcoming showing on Tue 18 April 20.40
The Marriage of Maria Braun
Marriage of Maria Braun, The (15)
This story of a newlywed woman forced to find her feet in post-war Germany after the assumed-death of her soldier husband propelled Fassbinder into the international spotlight and remains one of his most revered films.
1 upcoming showing on Sun 16 April 15.00
Petra von Kant
Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant, The (12A)
An undeniable portrait of Fassbinder's own destructive relationships. Petra von Kant, a narcissistic and manipulative fashion designer becomes besotted with a dismissive young model, while her relationship with her assistant is tainted with abuse.
1 upcoming showing on Tue 25 April 18.00
Effi Briest
Effi Briest (U)
A true-to-source adaptation of Fontane’s novel of the same name. Chronicling the life of a young girl sold into a loveless marriage to an older Baron, Effi Briest is a unique example of Fassbinder’s ability to deconstruct social codes.
1 upcoming showing on Wed 19 April 17.20
Whos Gonna Love Me Now
Who's Gonna Love Me Now
At 21, Saar Maoz arrived in London after being kicked out of his religious kibbutz. After 19 years, Saar reaches out to reconcile with his conservative family.
1 upcoming showing on Sun 2 April 15.50
Glyndebourne hamlet
Glyndebourne 17 - Hamlet
Brett Dean’s colourful, energetic, witty and richly lyrical music expertly captures the modernity of this timeless tale, while Matthew Jocelyn’s libretto is pure Shakespeare.
1 upcoming showing on Thu 6 July 18.00 as part of Stage on Screen
la clem
Glyndebourne 17 - La clemenza di Tito
Spurned by Tito, Vitellia seeks revenge. Besotted Sesto agrees to avenge her as a token of Vitellia’s path to the throne is thwarted by the man who deposed her father, so she presses her admirer Sesto to murder him.
1 upcoming showing on Thu 3 August 18.00 as part of Stage on Screen
la traviata
Glyndebourne 17 - La traviata
Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, La traviata is the perfect introduction to Glyndebourne.
1 upcoming showing on Thu 8 June 18.00 as part of Stage on Screen
Cien años de perdón
Cien Anos de Perdon (15)
In this stylish thriller set in Valencia, a meticulously planned bank heist goes dangerously wrong when torrential rain floods the escape route.
1 upcoming showing on Thu 13 April 18.15 as part of ¡Viva!
Pasaje de vida
Pasaje de vida + Q&A (15)
A tense political thriller based on real events that lays bare the devastating after effects of an oppressive regime on future generations.
1 upcoming showing on Tue 4 April 18.00 as part of ¡Viva!
Rara (12A)
Another excellent debut feature: a coming-of-age story within a non-traditional family, where two sisters live happily with their mother and her female partner.
1 upcoming showing on Mon 10 April 18.30
Bunch of Kunst
Bunch of Kunst (18)
A gritty, no holds barred documentary from newcomer Christine Franz, documenting the two year journey of Guardian-dubbed ‘Angriest band in Britain’ The Sleaford Mods from bedroom sessions to chart success.
Showing from Fri 21 Apr 2017
Clash (15)
Set entirely in a police riot van during one day of protests after the 2011 Egyptian revolution, Clash is a visually charged and emotionally unsettling film about a group of detainees from warring backgrounds forced to share a contained space.
Showing from Fri 21 Apr 2017
Zip and Zap & the Marble Gang
Zip & Zap and The Marble Gang (PG)
A pair of rebellious twins, trapped in a strict correctional boarding school run by the villainous, fun-hating, eye-patch-sporting Falconetti form a children’s resistance and go head to head with the institution in a search for hidden treasure.
Showing from Fri 7 Apr 2017
Smurfs The Lost Village
Smurfs: The Lost Village (U)
Smurfette (Demi Lovato) is struggling to find her place as the only female Smurf in the whole of Smurf village. When she discovers a mysterious map, she heads off on a daring adventure to find the legendary lost village.
Showing from Fri 14 Apr 2017
Their Finest
Their Finest (12A)
In the midst of WWII Britain, the country’s morale is at stake – enter Gemma Arterton, a young screenwriter hoping to boost the morale of a nation with a propaganda film that will lift spirits and inspire Americans to join the war.
Showing from Fri 21 Apr 2017
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The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki (12A)
Sports-biopic seamlessly swirled with a charming romance, Olli Maki is a remarkable and honest film about a young boxer with the world at his feet and a shot at the World Featherweight title, who is falling hopelessly in love.
Showing from Fri 21 Apr 2017
Peppa Pig My First Cinema Experience
Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience (U)
Chuckle and snort along with the little ones on Peppa’s big screen premiere, featuring adventure-filled trips and tours around the globe and filled with never-seen-before episodes of this pre-school favourite. Peppa Pig is sure to be a half term hit.
Showing from Fri 7 Apr 2017
Raw (18)
Tipped to be the most exciting horror of 2017, Raw is a gruesome, seductive and fierce film about a promising student enduring hazing rituals during her first week at veterinary school, forced to abandon principals she grew up with.
Showing from Fri 7 Apr 2017
The Sense of an Ending
The Sense of an Ending (15)
Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling are brought together in this mysterious and thoughtful drama. Tony is leading a quiet life as a retired divorcee when he learns about an old friend’s diary that he must recover, and is forced to face up to his past.
Showing from Fri 14 Apr 2017
Fear Eats the Soul
Fear Eats the Soul (12A)
A breakthrough hit for Fassbinder; a biting and emotionally raw portrait of doomed love. Emmi is a widowed cleaning lady who falls for a young Morrocan worker, their relationship exposes underlying racial prejudices and in West Germany.
Showing from Fri 31 Mar 2017
free fire
Free Fire (15)
A lively action-comedy with sharp performances from a fantastic ensemble cast. When shots are fired at an arms trade deal in a deserted warehouse, a heart-stopping game of survival ensues.
Showing from Fri 31 Mar 2017 as part of Subtitled Mondays
The Handmaiden
The Handmaiden (18)
A Korean con-artist and a pickpocket go undercover in 1930’s Japan to steal the riches of a wealthy heiress, but what follows is a twisty tale of robbery, secrecy and sexual exploration.
Showing from Fri 14 Apr 2017
I am Not Your Negro
I Am Not Your Negro
A stylish but stark documentary tackling the complex subject of American race relations through the words of black revolutionary James Baldwin, and his unfinished manuscript on the lives of his three friends Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King
Showing from Fri 7 Apr 2017
Mulholland Drive
Mulholland Drive (15)
Aspiring actress, Betty (Naomi Watts) finds a young woman hiding in an apartment who is apparently suffering from amnesia following a car accident and offers to help discover her identity. Lynchian nightmare ensues.
Showing from Fri 14 Apr 2017
Neruda (15)
A portrait of the famed Chilean poet that negates the traditional biopic structure, choosing to weave fact and fiction to create a truly Nerudian tale.
Showing from Fri 7 Apr 2017
The eagle huntress
The Eagle Huntress (U)
Deep in the snow-capped Altai Mountains of northwest Mongolia, a girl trains to become an Eagle Hunter. 13-year-old Aisholpan is the first female in 12 generations to break with convention to tame a golden eagle, to hunt and provide for her family.
Showing from Fri 7 Apr 2017
A Quiet Passion
A Quiet Passion (12A)
An intelligent portrait of a woman frustrated with a lack of recognition and ever-increasing loneliness, feeling trapped by the deeply patriarchal society that surrounds her.
Showing from Fri 7 Apr 2017
A Silent Voice
A Silent Voice (12A)
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?
Showing from Fri 31 Mar 2017


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