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What's On Tuesday 21 - Monday 27 February 2017

Manchester by the sea

Manchester by the Sea (15)

Showing as part of Audio Description

Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams star in this emotionally overwhelming and critically acclaimed drama. About a brooding handyman who must face his painful past when he returns to his hometown after the sudden death of his beloved older brother.


Fences (12A)

Showing as part of Dementia Friendly Screenings

August Wilson’s play Fences won the Pulitzer Prize in 1987 and talk of a film has been afoot ever since.

20th century women

20th Century Women (15)

Showing as part of Kino Bambino!

Dorothea is a single mother living with her son Jamie. Anxious that she might not be enough for him, Dorothea calls upon two women - neighbour Julie and lodger Abbie - to share their lives with her, introducing him to punk rock and feminist literature.


Moonlight (15)

Showing as part of Early Doors

Moonlight follows the life of its protagonist, Chiron, in three stages. Through this timeline, Jenkins is able to explore universal themes of family, identity and sexuality with the lens firmly on black American life in film.


I claude monet

I, Claude Monet

Showing as part of Exhibition on Screen

Monet’s life is a gripping tale about a man who, behind his sun-dazzled canvases, suffered from feelings of depression, loneliness, even suicide.


Sing (U)

To save his beloved theatre from ruin, charismatic koala Buster Moon announces a singing contest to find the best voice in the city, and an all-star cast compete to sing their way to the top prize.

toni erdmann

Toni Erdmann (15)

Concerned for the happiness of his management consultant daughter, father Winfried follows her on a business trip to Romania. As the two find themselves on a crash course towards the realisation that they are not quite so different after all.


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la la land

La La Land (12A)

Showing as part of Audio Description

An unapologetically romantic whirlwind of a homage to Hollywood musicals gone by, La La land is just the ticket for those dark wintery days


Jackie (15)

Showing as part of Audio Description

A week after the assassination of her husband, Jacqueline Kennedy gave an interview to journalist Theodore H White. Larraín’s biopic uses this meeting to explore the trauma and grief in the immediate aftermath of Kennedy’s death.


Denial (12A)

Showing as part of Audio Description

Based on the book "History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier", Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall star in this account of the 1996 case in which discredited author David Irving accused American historian Deborah E.

Sullivan's travels

Sullivan's Travels (PG)

Showing as part of Film Studies

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.


T2 Trainspotting (18)

Showing as part of Audio Description

“Choose a zero-hour contract; a two-hour journey to work and choose the same for your kids, only worse.”


Lion (PG)

Showing as part of Audio Description

Lost and alone on the streets of Calcutta, 5-year-old Saroo (Sunny Pawar) finds himself in an orphanage and adopted by a couple from Australia. Dev Patel portrays Saroo twenty-five years later, on a journey to find his home and family in India.

road house

Road House (18)

Showing as part of Philosophy at the Showroom

In this late 80s classic Patrick Swayze plays a bouncer (or, as he insists, a cooler) with a degree in Philosophy from NYU. Is this just a random bit of strangeness, or are there actually philosophical themes to be found?

hidden figures

Hidden Figures (PG)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big. An irresistible joyous biopic about real superheroes. Mathematitans anyone?

the fits

The Fits (12A)

A mysterious ailment starts to effect members of an all-girl dance troupe. Could it be something in the water..? A dazzlingly original debut, The Fits is a gem of surrealist coming-of-age cinema.


Best (12A)

Sheffield filmmaker Daniel Gordon delivers a heart-breaking portrait of the charismatic but troubled boy from Belfast.

The Cat Returns

Studio Ghibli Forever - The Cat Returns (U)

Showing as part of Young Cinema

Haru rescues a cat on her way home from school, setting an extraordinary adventure in motion.

Hedwig & the angry inch

Hedwig & The Angry Inch (15)

Showing as part of LGBT History Month

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! Spinning vinyl with gay abandon – DJ Tink and DJ Cock. Party Games guaranteed!


Gourmet Food Night - Abbeydale Brewery Beer & Food

A celebration of all things beer and food with local beermakers Abbeydale Brewery.

east west street

Off The Shelf: East West Street

Part of Off the Shelf

Human rights lawyer Philippe Sands discusses his book, a personal and political study of war crimes and their prosecution. Part historical detective story, part family history, part legal thriller.

my Nazi legacy

My Nazi Legacy (PG)

Showing as part of Off the Shelf

This outstanding documentary about history and guilt from author and human rights lawyer Philippe Sands concerns the two elderly sons of prominent officials in Nazi Germany and explores the relationship between them both.

the problem with perspective 2

The Problem of Perspective (18)

Supported by Film Hub North, led by Showroom Workstation. Proud to be part of the BFI Film Audience Network.

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