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gentlemen prefer blondes

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (U)

Showing as part of Dementia Friendly Screenings

These glamorous showgirls have everything a girl could want - except engagement rings! In a quest for true love, Lorelei and Dorothy set sail on a luxury-liner bound for France.

King Of Thieves

King of Thieves

Showing as part of Early Doors

A caper based on the unbelievable true story, Michael Caine leads a pedigree cast of retired crooks who pull off one of the biggest robberies in British history

The RiderF-Rated

The Rider (15)

What does a cowboy become when he can no longer ride? That’s the question at heart the of The Rider, a stunning work that observes the aftermath of a life-threatening head injury.

Lucky

Lucky (15)

The directorial debut of acclaimed actor John Carroll Lynch.

M.I.AF-Rated

Matangi / Maya / M.I.A (18)

Drawn from an archive of personal tapes shot over the last 22 years, MATANGI/MAYA/M.I.A captures the remarkable journey of the immigrant teenager in London who became international pop star M.I.A

BlacKkKlansman

BlacKKKlansman (15)

Ron Stallworth: black, police officer and member of the Ku Klux Klan.

A Simple FavourF-Rated

A Simple Favour (15)

A camp and stylish Gone Girl-esque thriller from director Paul Feig (Bridesmaids, The Heat); filled with twists and betrayals, secrets and revelations, love and loyalty, murder and revenge.

The Little StrangerF-Rated

The Little Stranger (12A)

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

During the long hot summer of 1948, Dr. Faraday is called to a patient at a crumbling manor where his mother once worked as a housemaid. When strange things begin to occur, it seems the family living at the hall are haunted by something deeply ominous.

Cold War

Cold War (15)

Pawel Pawlikowski (Ida) returns with the exquisite Cold War: a tumultuous love story between two people who, despite their overwhelming passion for each other, are fatefully mismatched.

Polish

Faces, PlacesTriple F-Rated

Faces Places (12A)

Showing as part of Gleaning Truths: The films of Agnes Varda

At 90 years old, after a ten-year hiatus, Varda returned to her cameras and created this Oscar nominated documentary, a film that is as expressive and free as her very first film.

French

ClimaxF-Rated

Climax

An electrifying techno dance-horror set to the soundtrack of Daft Punk and Aphex Twin.

French

WajibF-Rated

Wajib

Written and directed by renowned Palestinian poet, actor, writer and filmmaker Annemarie Jacir, Wajib explores what it means to be a Palestinian abroad vs. a Palestinian at home.

Arabic

platform sept 2018

The Platform

Our monthly creative and digital social

  • Thu 27 Sep
    • 17.30
NTL: king lear

NTL: King Lear (CTBA)

Showing as part of Stage on Screen

Broadcast live from London’s West End, see Ian McKellen’s ‘extraordinarily moving portrayal’ (Independent) of King Lear in cinemas.

Skate KitchenTriple F-Rated

Skate Kitchen (18)

Showing as part of The National Lottery Cinema Day

Shy skateboarder Camille discovers ‘The Skate Kitchen’ on Instagram - a subculture of girls whose lives revolve around skating - and builds up the courage to seek them out

Black 47

Black 47

Showing as part of The National Lottery Cinema Day

Ireland in 1847, a hardened Irish Ranger fighting for the British Army abandons his post to return to his family..

the wife image 2F-Rated

The Wife (15)

Showing as part of The National Lottery Cinema Day

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

jamie1

Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn’t quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. He is going to be a sensation.

curse of the were rabbit

Sensoria Presents - Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of The Were-Rabbit Scratch n Sniff (U)

Showing as part of Young Cinema, KicStart, The National Lottery Cinema Day

With only days to go before the annual Giant Vegetable Competition (the coveted Golden Carrot), our two enterprising chums are cashing in with their humane pest-control outfit, ‘Anti-Pesto.’

One Sings The Other Doesn'tTriple F-Rated

One Sings The Other Doesn't (12A)

Showing as part of Gleaning Truths: The films of Agnes Varda , The National Lottery Cinema Day

When Agnès Varda made One Sings, the Other Doesn’t in 1977, abortion was only two years legal in France – thanks to the Veil law, for which Varda herself had taken to the streets

French

Soft Cell

Soft Cell: One Final Time Live Concert from London (15)

The final and sold-out concert from Synth-pop pioneers Soft Cell will be broadcast live from London to cinemas across Europe on Sunday 30 September.

Cafe Scientifique

Cafe Scientifique

Sharpen your interest and knowledge of science in an informal and friendly atmosphere.

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