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What's On Wed 26 April - Tue 2 May 2017

Night Moves

Night Moves (15)

Showing as part of Film Studies

Radical environmentalists Josh and Dena join forces with an ex-marine, Harmon to bomb a hydroelectric dam along Oregon’s Santiam River, a facility they believe is irreversibly harming local wildlife.

  • Wed 26 Apr
    • 18.30
Julius Caesar

RSC: Julius Caesar (12A)

Showing as part of Stage on Screen

Caesar returns from war, all-conquering, but mutiny is rumbling through the corridors of power.

  • Wed 26 Apr
    • 19.00
The Sense of an Ending

The Sense of an Ending (15)

Showing as part of Audio Description, Early Doors, Subtitled Mondays

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.

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.

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.

get out

Get Out (15)

Showing as part of Audio Description

Get Out follows a young Black man travelling upstate to meet the parents of his Caucasian girlfriend, but their brash kindness has sinister undertones…

Olli Mak1

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.

Their Finest

Their Finest (12A)

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

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.


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.


Nashville (15)

Showing as part of Philosophy at the Showroom

This is not a film about country music. It is a film about America in 1975.

the platform

The Platform

Our regular creative/ digital / social returns

  • Thu 27 Apr
    • 17.30
all this panic

Doc/Fest Presents: All This Panic (15)

Filmed over three years by first-time director Jenny Gage, this empathetic and incisive documentary follows a group of Brooklyn teenagers as they make the sometimes uneasy transition from late childhood to womanhood.

  • Thu 27 Apr
    • 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.

  • Wed 26 Apr
    • 20.55
  • Thu 27 Apr
lady Macbeth

Lady Macbeth (15)

An atmospheric take on a young woman sold into a suffocating and loveless marriage, driven to the edge by oppressive societal norms. Lady Macbeth is a subversive and ruthless period drama from the most exciting newcomer at 2016s London Film Festival.

I am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro (12A)

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

heal the living

Heal The Living (12A)

A young man lies in a coma, while a mother of two is awaiting a chance at life.


Suntan (18)

A dumpy, middle-aged doctor, but when summer rolls in it brings with it golden-skinned young tourists looking for hedonistic escapism. Enter Anna, who’s care-free magnetism will draw Kotis into a dangerous lose-yourself spiral of desire.

The Transfiguration

The Transfiguration (15)

A mysterious and devilishly dark take on the vampire genre, following a young boy obsessed with vampire lore and intent on becoming a vampire himself.


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).

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest (15)

Indisputably renowned as one of the greatest films of the last 50 years, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest is compelling viewing with a superb cast of Jack Nicholson & Louise Fletcher.

Jason argonauts

Jason & the Argonauts (U)

Showing as part of Young Cinema

A colossal adventure for young and old!


2Weeks2Make It Gala Awards Screening (18)

27 Filmmakers. 27 Musicians. They were given exactly two weeks to make a music video, having never met each other before.Competing for cash, distribution deals, equipment, event tickets, merchandise and MUCH more

don't look back

Don't Look Back (15)

Bob Dylan is captured on-screen as he never would be again in this groundbreaking film from D.A Pennebaker. The legendary documentarian finds Dylan in England during his 1965 tour, which would be his last as an acoustic artist.

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