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Margot Robbie gives a deliciously exuberant performance as disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in Craig Gillespie’s imaginative riff on the scandals circulating around the 1994 Winter Olympic Games, culminating with the brutal... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.20
Writer/actor Greta Gerwig (Frances Ha, Mistress America) effortlessly transitions to the role of director for her début feature, a semi-autobiographical account of coming-of-age in Sacramento in 2002. Working from her own script,... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 14.50, 20.50
This event will include a live satellite Q&A with narrator/star Michael Caine and director David Batty from BFI Southbank, hosted by Edith Bowman.
This engaging and playful documentary, narrated by and starring the inimitable Michael Caine, chronicles the cultural revolution... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.30
The Northern Territories of Australia, 1929. Rancher Fred Smith (Sam Neill) is a devout Christian with a paternal relationship to his Aboriginal workers; ‘all men are equal in the eyes of the lord’, he believes.
When his head stockman Sam... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 16.00, 20.30
Guillermo del Toro’s beautiful, romantic fairy tale centres on mute Elisa (the superb Sally Hawkins), who, although she has close friendships with neighbour Giles (a reliably excellent Richard Jenkins) and co-worker Zelda... Read More
Woody Allen’s 48th feature takes its inspiration from playwrights Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller and Eugene O’Neill. In 1950s Coney Island, waitress Ginny (Kate Winslet) dreams of former glories and an escape from her current existence in a dead-end job, coping... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.45, 18.20
Lynne Ramsay’s bracing, violent new film, her long-delayed follow up to We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011), stars Joaquin Phoenix in a coiled performance as Joe, a traumatised ex-army private contractor... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.00, 19.00, 21.10
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME JANUARY 2019: PROGRAMME 2
13.10, 15.40, 18.00 (FC), 20.40
MONSTERS AND MEN
STAN & OLLIE
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