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What's On Sunday 21 - Saturday 27 October 2018

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Lifechanger

Lifechanger (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Blood soaked body horror meets existential angst in Justin McConnell’s fascinating debut feature.

  • Sun 21 Oct
    • 10.00
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Possum (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Philip is a children's entertainer with a troubled past. Together with Possum, the hideous hand puppet he keeps concealed inside a black leather case, he returns to his childhood home compelled to confront his demons

  • Sun 21 Oct
    • 12.00
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The Wife (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

A thoughtful drama with sharp female rage bubbling under its surface.

First Man

First Man (12A)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays, Early Doors

The latest film Damien Chazelle (La La Land) swaps dazzling musical numbers for a dizzyingly dangerous space mission. Neil Armstrong risked his life to catapult man-kind into the future of space travel, here we explore the man behind the giant leap.

Summer Of 84

Summer of '84 (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

After the post-apocalyptic mayhem of their debut feature Turbo Kid, Canadian filmmaking collective RKSS return with a sophomore film that is more grounded in reality but no less effective when it comes to its execution.

Dogman

Dogman (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

In this deliciously dark tale, a humble dog-groomer finds himself spiralling into a web of violence after he becomes trapped in a poisonous friendship with a local criminal.

Italian

Jacquot de NantesF-Rated

Jacquot de Nantes (PG)

Showing as part of Gleaning Truths: The films of Agnes Varda , Subtitled Mondays

Jacques Demy was a prestigious filmmaker, another trailblazer of the French New Wave and Agnès Varda’s life partner. In 1990, he died, and in celebration of his life Varda created Jacquot de Nantes

French

Puppet Master: The Little Reich

Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Recently divorced and reeling, Edgar (Thomas Lennon) returns to his childhood home to regroup his life. When he discovers a nefarious-looking puppet in his deceased brother's room, he decides to sell the doll for some quick cash.

Fahrenheit 11/9

Fahrenheit 11/9 (15)

A furiously provocative look at the times we live in.

A Star Is BornF-Rated

A Star Is Born (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

Oscar-nominated Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper star in this passionate tale of two musicians in love.

CAM

Cam (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

There’s plenty to unpack in this candy-coloured cyber-thriller; it’s a frank depiction of digital sex work with an intertwined dialogue about the perils of internet privacy and competitive social media culture, with a good dose of intrigue and synth pop.

Bad Times at the El Royale

Bad Times at the El Royale (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

Seven strangers, each with a secret to bury, meet at Lake Tahoe’s El Royale, a rundown hotel with a dark past.

7 Stages

CLOSING GALA: 7 STAGES TO ACHIEVE ETERNAL BLISS BY PASSING THROUGH THE GATEWAY CHOSEN BY THE HOLY STORSH (UK PREMIERE) (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

A UK premier of a bizarre black comedy which treads a line between dark surrealism and playful absurdity, 7 Stages is a wildly funny ride.

First Man

First Man (Baby Friendly Screening) (12A)

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

The latest film Damien Chazelle (La La Land) swaps dazzling musical numbers for a dizzyingly dangerous space mission. Neil Armstrong risked his life to catapult man-kind into the future of space travel, here we explore the man behind the giant leap.

Film Still: 1945

1945 (12A)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

A pair of mysterious men, clad in black, arrive at a railway station. The year is 1945 and the men are Orthodox Jews, returning to the Hungarian village that betrayed them whilst the country was under Nazi-occupation.

Hungarian, Russian

kiki

Kiki (15)

For New York’s LBGT people of colour, Kiki dance clubs provide a safe haven. Part of New York’s voguing ballroom scene, it offers family and friendship to those who have often have neither.

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Bohemian Rhapsody

A foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who shattered conventions to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet.

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Funny Girl - The Musical (12A)

Showing as part of Stage on Screen

Following its record-breaking, sell-out run in London’s West End and national tour, the critically-acclaimed musical Funny Girl comes to the Showroom, featuring Sheridan Smith in “an unforgettable star turn” (The Times).

Planet of the Apes

Planet of the Apes (1968) (PG)

Showing as part of Philosophy at the Showroom

Charlton Heston discovers an upside-down world where apes rule over man.

Smallfoot

Smallfoot (U)

The world of a young Yeti is turned upside down when he finds something he thought didn’t exit…a human!

The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give (12A)

The Hate U Give is a vital and uncompromising film that addresses blackness, racism, family and community.

Utoya July 22

Utøya - July 22

Seven years ago on 22 July, more than 500 teenagers at a left-wing political summer camp on a small island outside Oslo, Norway, were targeted by a right-wing extremist.

Norwegian

The Guilty

The Guilty (15)

An exhilarating, award-winning thriller from Denmark that marks out director Gustav Moller as one to watch.

They Have Not Grown Old

They Shall Not Grow Old (15)

This unique film brings into high definition the human face of the First World War.

  • Sun 21 Oct
    • 10.45
  • Sat 27 Oct
Been So Long

Been So Long (15)

Romance, rage and revenge. Been So Long is a neon soaked, modern day romance set on the streets of London's musical hot-bed of Camden.

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