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What's On Sat 29 August - Fri 4 September 2015

More films and times are added each Monday for the following Friday to Thursday - please check back

straight outta compton

Straight Outta Showroom

To celebrate the launch of Straight Outta Compton, we are hosting a night playing the best of '80s & '90s West Coast Hip-Hop.

  • Fri 28 Aug
    • 20.00

Straight Outta Compton (15)

Set in 1987, the story of a group of young men who have become disillusioned with life and use rap music to try and change their lives and spread a message.



The Treatment (18)

This gritty mystery thriller is based on a series of best-selling novels by Mo Hayder. Inspector Nick Cafmeyer is investigating a disturbing case involving a missing child.


gemma bovery

Gemma Bovery (15)

Showing as part of Kino Bambino!, Subtitled Mondays, Early Doors

Based on Posy Simmonds’ graphic novel of the same name, the films centres on Gemma and Charles Bovery who move to a small Normandy town.


the wolfpack

The Wolfpack (15)

Kept away from society and sheltered in their Manhattan apartment the Agulo brother’s long to experience the outside world.


Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (PG)

Showing as part of Studio Ghibli

Years after the world’s ecosystem as we know it has been destroyed, Princess Nausicaä struggles to save the fragile balance of the earth amid warring clans and giant toxic insects.

Japanese with English subtitles

  • Sat 29 Aug
    • 12.00
  • Sun 30 Aug
  • Mon 31 Aug
inside out

Inside Out (U)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

Smart, sweet, dazzling, inventive and joyfully funny - a coming-of-age treat for all ages.


L'eclisse (PG)

Antonioni directs the style and destruction of wealth and romance in this capturing Italian drama. Vittoria, a literary translator, leaves her writer boyfriend and heads off on her own, but she is soon to find love again with a stock broker, Piero.

Italian, French


Falstaff Chimes at Midnight (PG)

Showing as part of Eye Openers, Orson Welles Centenary at the Showroom

Orson Welles takes the legendary Shakespearean character Sir John Falstaff and creates a leading man.


Amy (15)

From the director of Senna, Amy is a documentary based on the life of acclaimed musical artist Amy Winehouse.


the president

The President (15)

A brutal dictator comes face to face with the injustices committed by his regime when his country is taken over by revolutionists.



Mistress America (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

After the critical success of Frances Ha, Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig team up to write the script for Mistress America.


promised land

The Promised Land (15)

Ziemia obiecana

Showing as part of Eye Openers, Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema

A viscerally vivid adaptation of Nobel Prize-winner Władysław Reymont's late-19th-century novel is a ruthlessly clear-eyed anatomising of the industrial revolution from the perspective of three young entrepreneurs vying to be the most ruthless.


The Beaux Stratagem

NTL: Beaux Stratagem (12A)

Showing as part of Stage on Screen

The ‘Beaux’: Mr Aimwell and Mr Archer, two charming, dissolute young men who have blown their fortunes in giddy London. Shamed and debt-ridden, they flee to provincial Lichfield. Their ‘Stratagem’: to marry for money.

me earl and the dying girl

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (12A)

An awkward high schooler wants to keep under the radar whilst remaking versions of classic films with his best friend Earl. His life changes when his mum insists that he befriend a lonely girl who has been diagnosed with leukaemia.

ricki and the flash

Ricki and The Flash (12A)

Meryl Streep straps on the guitar and dons a leather jacket becoming Ricki, a woman that gave up everything to live her rock n roll dream. Ricki returns home now though, in a hope to make peace with her family.


45 years

45 Years (15)

From the director of Weekend and HBO series Looking, Andrew Haigh now brings us a story not at the start of love, but 45 years in.


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