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What's On Monday 15 - Sunday 21 October 2018

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A Star Is Born

A Star Is Born (Baby Friendly Screening) (15)

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

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

  • Mon 15 Oct
    • 11.00
the wife image 2F-Rated

The Wife (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

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

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.

First Man

First Man (12A)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

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.

A Star Is BornF-Rated

A Star Is Born (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays, Early Doors

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

Le BonheurTriple F-Rated

Le Bonheur (15)

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

Young François leads a happy life, spending long days in his carpentry shop and peaceful evenings at home with his wife and children. Their relationship is simple and uncomplicated, until one day François falls helplessly in love with a postal worker.

French

Film Still: 1945

1945 (12A)

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

Blindspotting

Blindspotting (15)

A daring portrait of race relations that is wildly entertaining without skirting around deep-rooted issues.

BlacKkKlansman

BlacKKKlansman (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

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

  • Mon 15 Oct
    • 11.10
  • Tue 16 Oct
  • Thu 18 Oct
They Shall Not Grow Old

They Shall Not Grow Old + Satellite Q&A

This unique film brings into high definition the human face of the First World War as part of a special London Film Festival presentation, alongside a live Q&A with director Peter Jackson hosted by Mark Kermode.

The Devil's Backbone

The Devil's Backbone (15)

El espinazo del diablo

Showing as part of Film Studies

Guillermo del Toro directs this atmospheric film about an orphaned boy who encounters a ghost.

Spanish

peterloo

Peterloo Live Event (12A)

An epic portrayal of the events surrounding the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre, where a peaceful pro-democracy rally at St Peter’s Field in Manchester turned into one of the bloodiest and most notorious episodes in British history.

Mandy

OPENING GALA: MANDY (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Chainsaws at the ready, it’s payback time...

Halloween

Halloween (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

On the eve of its nationwide release, we’re thrilled to present your first chance to witness the return of Michael Myers as he terrorises the town of Haddonfield once again

Fahrenheit 11/9

Fahrenheit 11/9

A furiously provocative look at the times we live in.

Dogman

Dogman (15)

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

What Keeps You Alive

What Keeps You Alive (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

A tense thriller which keeps you guessing until the final moments.

Knife + Heart

Knife + Heart (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Anne is a ruthless producer working in the gay porn industry. When her relationship with her film editor girlfriend Lois breaks down, Anne tries to win back the affections of her former lover by embarking upon her most ambitious film yet

French

Nightmare Cinema

Nightmare Cinema (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Five strangers converge at a deserted movie theatre operated by a mysterious projectionist. Once inside, the audience members witness a series of screenings that shows them their deepest fears and darkest secrets across five tales.

The Crescent

The Crescent (UK PREMIERE) (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Crescent evokes a quiet intensity in its chilling portrait of death, grief, loneliness and isolation; a haunting dimension where the line between life and death ebbs and flows with the tide on the shoreline

Tigers Are Not Afraid

Tigers Are Not Afraid (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Young Estrella has been orphaned by the horrific violence of the Mexican cartels. Lost and alone, she finds companionship in a gang of fellow drug war orphans, and together they fight for survival on the streets

Spanish

Wolfman's Got Nards

Wolfman's Got Nards + Q&A (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

The Monster Squad came along in 1987 to expose a young generation of movie fans to what, for many, was their first taste of the dark side of cinema.

Wellington Paranormal

Wellington Paranormal Special Screening (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Get ready to follow these two normal cops into extraordinary situations and unearth a side of Wellington you might have only heard about in stories.

assassination nation

Assassination Nation (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

Four instagram-obsessed teenage girls are flung into the middle of a modern-day witch hunt when the town of Salem’s residents are victim to a widespread data hack, revealing a plethora of sensitive information to their friends and neighbours.

Celluloid Screams

Celluloid Screams Secret Film (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

For our tenth anniversary edition, we’ve selected another top secret film that we think you’ll really enjoy. As always, the film will be revealed mere moments before it begins, so settle in and prepare for a surprise…

Lifechanger

Lifechanger (18)

Showing as part of Celluloid Screams

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

possum

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

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.

Jacquot de NantesF-Rated

Jacqout De Nantes (PG)

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

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.

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.

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.

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