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This month we present a ‘Bleak Midwinter’ programme – a stark alternative to the usual Christmas fare.
PROGRAMME 1: BEFORE... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.10
Now we’re all more foodie-conscious than ever before, there’s never been a better time to revisit Denmark’s 1987 Oscar-winner, which enticingly suggests that even the most ascetic of palates can find sensual and spiritual affirmation in the glories... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 16.10
Terry Zwigoff (Ghost World) gives a unique spin to celluloid depictions of the joyful holiday season in this gleefully profane and very funny story of Willie Stokes (Billy Bob Thornton), who works as a store Santa every year just so... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.30
Co-writer Rashida Jones (The Social Network) also plays Celeste in this gently bittersweet and amusing study of a modern unconventional relationship in which she and Jesse (Andy Samberg), friends since childhood, are coming to an amicable end to their marriage... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 14.10|16.10|21.00
The second in a three-part programme presented by the IFI and the Experimental Film Club, Sarah Turner’s Perestroika (2009) explores further the relationship between experimental cinema and the train.
The train can serve as a “mechanical double” for the cinema,... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.30
He’s played a Viking warrior in Valhalla Rising, a revolutionary physician in A Royal Affair and even set about 007’s gentlemanly parts in Casino Royale; clearly, there are few limits to Mads Mikkelsen’s abilities, and winning the Best Actor Award... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.40|20.40
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After Hitchcock upped the ante on screen sensation in 1960’s Psycho, the challenge was for Hollywood to try and match it, prompting director Robert Aldrich to conjure up this novel shocker featuring genuine old-school movie stars. Taking... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 20.30
A traditional Bordeaux winery makes a fascinating context for a dynastic drama as conflict rages between fearsome father Niels Arestrup and his hard-working but wimpy son Lorànt Deutsch. When their experienced estate manager (favourite crinkly character type Patrick Chesnais) is... Read More
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