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What's On Wednesday 22 - Tuesday 28 May 2019

tootsieF-Rated

Tootsie 15

Showing as part of Film Studies: Not Just Dumb Blondes

This classic comedy of errors features Jessica Lange in one of her best loved roles. Endlessly quotable and still hilarious, this is the final film in our Film Studies collection.

  • Wed 22 May
    • 18.00
Asbury Park

Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption & Rock and Roll 12A

Showing as part of Special Screenings

“Asbury Park” returns native sons Southside Johnny, David Sancious, Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt, to the legendary Upstage, the psychedelic after hours club where they got their start.

  • Wed 22 May
    • 19.45
Rocketman

Rocketman 15

A larger-than-life musical fantasy like no other, Rocketman captures the life of one of the world’s best-loved living legends, Elton John.

Birds of Passage

Birds of Passage 15

Pájaros de verano

Centring the Wayúu indigenous people during the violent origins of drug trafficking in Columbia, Birds of Passage is a fiery exploration of the erosion of tradition in pursuit of power and wealth.

Wayuu/Spanish/English

Beats 2

Beats 18

A universal story of friendship, rebellion and the irresistible energy of youth, set to an eclectic and electrifying 90s rave soundtrack, Beats is a bittersweet coming-of-age story from Scottish director Brian Welsh.

arethaF-Rated

Amazing Grace U

Showing as part of Early Doors

An electrifying never-before seen concert film capturing the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, at the height of her powers in a Baptist Church in 1972.

Woman at WarF-Rated

Woman at War 12A

A passionate environmental activist wages a one-woman-war on the destructive aluminium industry in Iceland. A brilliantly biting but heartfelt dark comedy.

Arctic

Arctic 12A

Showing as part of Last Chance

Nail bitingly tense arctic survival thriller starring Mads Mikkelsen (The Hunt) in an intense, career best performance.

  • Wed 22 May
    • 13.00
  • Thu 23 May
Tolkien

Tolkien 12A

Showing as part of Last Chance

Tolkien explores the formative years of the orphaned author as he finds friendship and inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school.

English

High LifeTriple F-Rated

High Life 18

Claire Denis: director, auteur and master of bold, sensual, boundary-breaking cinema returns with this daring sci-fi drama.

English

Wild Rose F-Rated

Wild Rose 15

Showing as part of Last Chance

An uplifting story about a young woman balancing her dreams of being a country music star with the responsibilities of motherhood.

  • Wed 22 May
    • 15.40
  • Thu 23 May
After Life

After Life PG

Showing as part of Of Flesh and Blood: The Films of Hirokazu Kore-eda

Considered by many critics to be Kore-eda’s masterpiece, After Life takes place in a waystation for the recently deceased, where the dead are invited to choose a single memory to spend eternity with.

madTriple F-Rated

Madeline's Madeline 15

Showing as part of Last Chance

A mentally ill teenager’s raw talent is discovered by a prestigious theatre director, but the lines between performance and reality soon begin to blur.

  • Wed 22 May
    • 18.00
  • Thu 23 May
PP

Paw Patrol: Mighty Pups U

The Paw Patrol help stop a radioactive meteor from hitting Adventure Bay but are showered with mysterious green energy that gives them superpowers!

Memoir of War F-Rated

Memoir of War 12A

This ambitious and artfully realised period drama tells the story of celebrated French writer Marguerite Duras’s experiences during World War II.

Dr Strangelove

Dr Strangelove + Stanley Kubrick Considers the Bomb PG

1964 was the year Stanley Kubrick released his extraordinary satire, which takes as its explosive target the insanity of the nuclear arms race.

too late to die youngF-Rated

Too Late to Die Young 15

Tarde Para Morir Joven

Set in a rural commune in Chile in the aftermath of the Pinochet regime, this is a beautifully observed drama about different generations adapting to new freedoms and an uncertain future.

Spanish

Ponyo

Ponyo U

Showing as part of Reel Adventures - Family Film Club

Acclaimed animator Hayao Miyazaki's spellbinding adventure of Ponyo, the goldfish princess who wants to become human.

English Dub

shopliftersF-Rated

Shoplifters 15

Showing as part of Special Screenings , Of Flesh and Blood: The Films of Hirokazu Kore-eda

When Osamu and his son happen upon a little girl, alone in the cold, they take her back to their ramshackle home. Although the family are themselves relying on petty theft to make ends meet, they welcome this forgotten child as one of their own.

too late to die youngF-Rated

Too Late to Die Young + Q&A 15

Tarde Para Morir Joven

Showing as part of Special Screenings

Set in a rural commune in Chile in the aftermath of the Pinochet regime, this is a beautifully observed drama about different generations adapting to new freedoms and an uncertain future.

Spanish

Rocketman

Rocketman (Baby Friendly Screening) 15

Showing as part of Kino Bambino! For parent/guardians + babies under 1 only

A larger-than-life musical fantasy like no other, Rocketman captures the life of one of the world’s best-loved living legends, Elton John.

The Iron Giant

The Iron Giant U

When a giant robot alien lands on Earth, it is up to 9-year-old Hogath Hughes to keep him a safe and hidden.

BooksmartTriple F-Rated

Booksmart 15

Two academic overachievers realize that could have spent less time studying and more time being young. With one night of high school left, the girls try to cram four years of fun into one wild night.

42

42nd Street U

Showing as part of Relaxed Screenings

The story of an ailing Broadway director who returns to produce one final show, but when his leading lady is injured she must be replaced by a novice. Featuring dazzling choreography, this classic musical has aged to perfection.

Beth Gibbons

Beth Gibbons: Henryk Górecki - Symphony No 3 (Symphony of Sorrowful Songs) U

Showing as part of Special Screenings

Domino Recording Company is extremely proud to present Henryk Górecki: Symphony No. 3 (Symphony of Sorrowful Songs) performed by Beth Gibbons and the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Krzysztof Penderecki.

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