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What's On Sunday 14 - Saturday 20 February 2016

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peanuts movie

Snoopy & Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie (U)

Showing as part of Young Cinema

A big-screen debut for Charlie Brown - the world’s most treasured underdog embarks upon an epic and heroic quest, while his best pal, lovable beagle Snoopy, takes to the skies to pursue his arch-nemesis, the Red Baron.

  • Sun 14 Feb
    • 11.45
a bigger splash

A Bigger Splash (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

A sun-soaked erotic thriller starring Tilda Swinton, Matthias Schoenaerts and Ralph Fiennes. A couple recuperating on an Italian island have their idyll shattered by the arrival of an ex-partner and his ingénue daughter.

spotlight

Spotlight (15)

A thriller based on the true story of the Pulitzer-winning Boston Globe news team that exposed systemic child abuse and cover-ups within the Catholic Church.

dads army

Dad's Army (PG)

A gloriously British tribute to the much-loved TV series. The end of WW2 is in sight, and Captain Mainwaring's platoon is suffering from low morale. The arrival of a glamorous journalist boosts their spirits, but who is she...?

janis

Janis: Little Girl Blue (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

Amy Berg brings us a striking documentary about the ultimate songbird. A detailed and intimate look into Janis Joplin’s life as an astounding and often misunderstood artist

trumbo

Trumbo (15)

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

Brina Cranston dazzles as Dalton Trumbo, one of Hollywood’s top screenwriters whose successful career comes to a grinding halt when he was blacklisted for his political beliefs.

English

miss hokusai

Miss Hokusai (12A)

百日紅~Miss HOKUSAI~ (Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai)

Showing as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2016

This new animation from director Keiichi Hara (Colorful) is a tale of a free-spirited woman overshadowed by her larger-than-life father.

Japanese

rams

Rams (15)

What breaks a 40 year silence between two brothers? Their sheep. A beautifully told story about two Icelandic award winning sheep famers whose herd of pride and joy is under threat.

youth

Youth (15)

Come on holiday to the most exclusive hotel in the Swiss Alps with Michael Cane and Harvey Keitel as they explore youth, ageing and art surrounded by an eccentric and eclectic group of guests and staff.

room

Room (15)

A mother and her son are held captive in a single room. When they emerge into a changed outside world they are unprepared and alone. A stunning performance from Brie Larson makes this an Oscar contender.

ill give it my all tomorrow

I'll Give it My All Tomorrow (18)

俺はまだ本気出してないだけ (Ore wa mada honki dashitenai dake)

Showing as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2016

Fed-up forty-something Shizuo (Shinichi Tsutsumi) quits his secure job to become a full-time slacker, embarking on a reluctant pursuit to follow his true dreams.

Japanese

revenant

The Revenant (15)

A hunter (Leonardo DiCaprio) is left for dead by his companions after being wounded by a bear. He survives, setting out for home across an unforgiving frozen landscape to seek revenge.

Renoir reviled and revered

Renoir- Reviled and Revered

Showing as part of Exhibition on Screen

From the Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia

Showroom Shorts

Showroom Shorts

A night of short films by talented filmmakers, all for free!

  • Tue 16 Feb
    • 20.45
elegant life of mr everyman

The Elegant Life of Mr Everyman (18)

江分利満氏の優雅な生活 (Eburi man shi no yugana seikatsu)

Showing as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2016

Based on the popular magazine series by Hitomi Yamaguchi, this classic film depicts the life of Eburi (played by Keiju Kobayashi in a career-defining role), showing his mixed feelings about Japan’s social and economic outcome of the Second World War.

Japanese

priscilla

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (15)

Showing as part of LGBT History Month

Priscilla took three drag queens (Terence Stamp, Guy Peace and Hugo Weaving) in an infamous lavender bus across Australia, turning Stephan Elliott’s wild, glittering and fabulously queer road movie into a watershed moment for the LGBT movement.

bone tomahawk

Bone Tomahawk (18)

When people start to disappear from his town, the Sherriff and a motley crew of outlaws and cowboys set out into unknown territory across the desert and towards a horror none of them can imagine.

the big short

The Big Short (15)

Four savvy outsiders become embroiled in the US financial crash, coming together to bet against the banks and media who refused to see the oncoming storm. A sharp and intelligent study of the dark underbelly of modern banking.

triple 9

Triple Nine (15)

A criminal gang plots their biggest heist yet - and plans to murder one of their own. The difference with this gang is that they are cops - embroiled in a world of violence and blackmail. A stunning high velocity thriller with a stellar cast.

survivalist

The Survivalist (18)

A post-apocalyptic tale of loneliness and survival. The Survivalist lives alone in the forest, tending to a small plot of land and fending off intruders. When two women come to him for help, the delicate balance is shattered.

freeheld

Freeheld (15)

Captivating and emotional drama based on a true story. The exceptional Julianne More stars as Police Lieutenant Laurel Hester who falls terminally ill and spends the rest of her life fighting to change the Domestic Partnership Act with her partner.

My Neighbor Totoro

My Neighbour Totoro (U)

Showing as part of Young Cinema, Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2016

While their mother recovers from an illness, Satsuki and her little sister Mei get away from it all in an idyllic rural retreat. Far from the bustle of the city, they discover a mysterious place of spirits, magic and woodland creatures.

Japanese / English

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