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What's On Saturday 3 - Friday 9 December 2016

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

frozen

Frozen (PG)

Showing as part of Young Cinema

An uproarious, big-hearted adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson’s The Snow Queen. Two brilliant heroines, a classic sidekick and the accidental outbreak of a never-ending Narnia-style winter.

  • Sat 3 Dec
    • 13.00
dead man's shoes

Dead Man's Shoes + Hate Crime short film (18)

The cult classic film directed by acclaimed British director Shane Meadows (This is England) and co-written/starring Paddy Considine takes a stark look at the effects of disability hate crime.

  • Sat 3 Dec
    • 14.30
gourmet vegetarian

Gourmet Vegetarian Food Night

Our vegetarian evenings are extremely popular and sell out quickly so book fast!

  • Sat 3 Dec
    • 19.00
Bleed for this

Bleed for This (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

The incredible true story of boxer Vinny Pazienza (Miles Teller), a world champion boxer whose world is crushed after a near-fatal car accident leaves him with a broken neck. Doctors say he might not walk again – but Vinny has other plans.

the unknown girl

The Unknown Girl (15)

Dr. Jenny Davin sets out to find the identity of an unknown young woman who died mysteriously after after calling at her clinic one night.

I, Olga

I, Olga (18)

An exploration of the psychological roots behind a mass murder, investigating the life of Olga Hepnarová before she intentionally killed eight strangers with a truck in Prague in 1973. A dark look at a the mindset of a killer with a death wish.

a united kingdom

A United Kingdom (12A)

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

A fiercely romantic true story from Amma Asante. In late 1940s London, young law student Seretse, and typist Ruth are drawn together one night via a mutual appreciation of jazz. Chemistry is instant but the reaction changes the world forever.

I, Daniel Blake

I, Daniel Blake (15)

Showing as part of Audio Description, Subtitled Mondays

Ken Loach won the Palme D’or at this years Cannes Film Festival for his deeply moving, starkly realistic portrayal of a man thrust into the benefits system after suffering a heart attack.

arrival

Arrival (12A)

Showing as part of Audio Description, Subtitled Mondays

They have arrived. Vast alien spacecraft touch down across the world, silent monoliths containing unknown inhabitants. It’s up to expert linguist Louise Banks (Amy Adams) to attempt communication, translation and salvation on behalf of Planet Earth.

paterson

Paterson (15)

Showing as part of Audio Description, Subtitled Mondays

From cult American independent filmmaker Jim Jarmusch and staring the man of the moment Adam Driver; Paterson, a poet and a bus driver in Paterson, New Jersey goes about his daily life with his eccentric wife Laura and comedic dog.

Napoleon 2

Napoleon (PG)

This mammoth film depicts the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte - an undisputed landmark in cinema.

chi-raq

Chi-Raq (15)

This satirical musical drama is politically relevant and hugely ambitious. Directed by Spike Lee, Chi-Raq sees the influential filmmaker back at the top of his game, as he examines the violence of gangland Chicago with frantically charged energy and wit.

The Coming War on China

The Coming War on China + Satellite Q&A (12A)

In John Pilger's 60th documentary film, he reveals what the news doesn't - that the world's greatest military power, the United States, and the world's second economic power, China, both nuclear-armed, may well be on the road to war.

Third Angel

Third Angel 21st Anniversary Screening: The Small Celebrations (18)

An eclectic evening of comedy, documentary, performance and music-based short films, from this internationally acclaimed, Sheffield-based theatre and film company.

Trip Along Exodus 3

Trip Along Exodus + Q&A (12A)

Showing as part of Cinema Palestino

A recreation of Palestinian history through archive footage, film, family photos and poetry. This unique cinematic journey takes the viewer from 1948 Palestine via Washington D.C. and New York City back through to Lebanon, Jordan, and Syria.

sour grapes

Sour Grapes + Q&A (15)

Showing as part of The Best of Doc/Fest

In the noughties heyday of the financial boom, the rich turned to collecting vintage wines as a display of wealth. A young, charismatic connoisseur named Rudy Kurniawan appears on the scene, selling some of the finest burgundies.

Snowden

Snowden (15)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Edward Snowden, the infamous contractor who left his job at the National Security Agency and leaked classified information to The Guardian, detailing extensive illegal cyber observation on millions of unsuspecting citizens.

The Birth of a Nation

The Birth of a Nation (15)

The story of a slave rebellion in the antebellum South, as an enslaved Baptist preacher inspires an uprising on a Virginia plantation. A biographical drama that packs a punch, stirring emotion and terror in equal measure.

It's a Wonderful Life 2

It's a Wonderful Life (U)

George Bailey is saved from despair by Clarence, an elderly angel. The quintessential Hollywood Christmas film.

The Incident

The Incident + Q&A (15)

A successful young couple see their comfortable lives disrupted and their relationship unravel when they each make a decision to ignore the plight of a troubled teenage girl.

The Pass

The Pass (15)

Two young Premier League footballers share a hotel room the night before a big game – their first ever Champions League match. Out of nowhere, one kisses the other. This one act will echo through the next ten years of their careers.

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