The Eight Mountains (12A)

The Eight Mountains

Le otto montagne

A meditation on our capacity for love shapes this sweeping story of two friends, torn apart by family and life’s journeys but bound by something deeper.

This rich, beautiful and inexpressibly sad film is about the friendship between men who can’t talk about their feelings and about winning and losing at the great game of life. Set in the Italian Alps, two boys become firm friends until parents separate them. But fate reunites Bruno and Pietro as tough, bearded young men, played with subtlety and gentleness by Alessandro Borghi and Luca Marinelli. After a reticent, wary start Bruno suggests that, as neither have any work on, they spend an Alpine summer building a shack in the valley that will be their special place. This is a movie with air in its lungs and love in its heart. (Subtitles)

Italy 2022 Felix van Groeningen/Charlotte Vandermeersch 147m

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Thursday 8 Jun 202312:30 Book Now

Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret (PG)

Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret

When her family moves from the city to the suburbs, 11-year-old Margaret navigates new friends, feelings, and the beginning of adolescence.

Margaret (Abby Ryder Fortson) is uprooted from her life in New York City for the suburbs of New Jersey, going through the messy and tumultuous throes of puberty with new friends in a new school. She relies on her mother, Barbara (Rachel McAdams), who is also struggling to adjust to life outside the big city, and her adoring grandmother, Sylvia (Kathy Bates), who isn't happy they moved away and likes to remind them every chance she gets. Adapted from Judy Blume’s coming-of-age classic.

USA 2023 Kelly Fremon Craig

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Thursday 8 Jun 202315:30 Book Now

The Knight of the Mean Streets (PG)

The Knight of the Mean Streets

Philip Marlowe on Screen

A talk exploring the portrayals on screen of the legendary private eye, illustrated by a range of clips.

Marlowe is back on the big screen - 45 years after the last Marlowe feature film, Liam Neeson has taken on the role and this talk will consider the merits of this latest interpretation and those of his predecessors.

Thu 8 June 18:00 – In the Auditorium

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Thursday 8 Jun 202318:15 Book Now

Plan 75 (15)

Plan 75

Government program Plan 75 encourages senior citizens to be euthanized to remedy an aged society.

A low fertility rate combined with a high life expectancy, healthy lifestyles, and excellent medical care — not to mention the insularity of the nation and a strict immigration policy — have conjured the perfect storm and won Japan the menacing record of being the oldest country in the world. An elderly woman, Michi, whose means of survival are vanishing, a pragmatic Plan 75 salesman, and a young Filipino labourer face choices of life and death. As Michi is slowly sucked into the euthanasia program, the whole thing is couched in bland, gently patronizing tones that perfectly mimic the language of Japanese bureaucracy and public information campaigns. A fascinating indictment of ageism. (Subtitles)

Japan 2022 Chie Hayakawa 113m

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Thursday 8 Jun 202320:15 Book Now

Love Again (12A)

Love Again

What if a random text message led to the love of your life?

In this romantic comedy, dealing with the loss of her fiancé, Mira Ray sends a series of romantic texts to his old cell phone number... not realizing the number was reassigned to Rob Burns' new work phone. A journalist, Rob is captivated by the honesty in the beautifully confessional texts. When he's assigned to write a profile of megastar Celine Dion (playing herself in her first film role), he enlists her help in figuring out how to meet Mira in person... and win her heart. If you're a fan of similarly unrealistic but oh-so-romantic movies like ‘P.S. I Love You’’ and ‘Dear John’, ‘Love Again’ is definitely for you.

USA 2023 Jim Strouse

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Under the Fig Trees (12A)

Under the Fig Trees

In northwest Tunisia, young women work the summer harvest, flirting, teasing, arguing. Throughout the day, the orchard becomes a theatre of emotions, where everyone's dreams and hopes are played out.

Every morning in northwest Tunisia, a truck drives around picking up day laborers for the nearby fig orchard. While some are old and experienced, “Under the Fig Trees” follows a group of teenage girls who take on this job during their summer school break. When we first meet them, as they giddily (if wearily) walk up onto the pickup truck, it’s clear this has all become routine for them. The day that follows, as chronicled in Erige Sehiri’s sun-dappled film, offers a rare glimpse into their seemingly mundane life and their even richer inner lives. (Subtitles)

Tunisia 2021 Erige Sehiri 92m

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Full Time (12A)

Full Time

À plein temps

A breathlessly tense portrait of modern labor, this French drama stars Laure Calamy as a single mother who hits her breaking point during a nationwide strike.

Single mother Julie (César award-winning actress Laure Calamy) works a grueling job as a head chambermaid in a five-star Parisian hotel. Julie's daily balance of commuting from her remote suburb into Paris, tenuous childcare and search for a new job to get her out of debt, becomes unmanageable during a paralyzing transport strike in Paris. Laure Calamy gives a one-woman show performance as she is front and centre for nearly every frame of the film.This relentless, heart-in-your-throat, ticking-clock thriller about precarious single-motherhood could not be more timely or more intimate. As real, and as recognizably stressful, as the genre gets. (Subtitles)

France 2021 Eric Gravel 88m

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Beau is Afraid (15)

Beau is Afraid

A paranoid man embarks on an epic odyssey to get home to his mother in this bold and ingeniously depraved new film from writer/director Ari Aster (‘Midsommer’)

Joaquin Phoenix’s balding and frumpy-looking Beau stating that he’s going to visit his mom tomorrow. He seems fearful to even leave his house, and when he does, he’s met with inexplicable obstacles that stop him from getting to his mother. It then transforms out of the mundanity of reality and into a fantastical world of surrealism.

Canada/Finland/USA 2023 Ari Aster 179m

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La Syndicaliste (15)

La Syndicaliste

Special Preview Screening

We are delighted to be one of three UK cinemas in the country privileged to screen this Special Preview - a thrilling drama set in the world of nuclear power and politics.

Based on a shocking true story, La Syndicaliste is a nail-biting cat-and-mouse thriller set in a world of whistleblowing, corporate skulduggery and relentless misogyny. ‘La Syndicaliste’ is the true story of Maureen Kearney (Isabelle Huppert) - head trade union representative of a French multinational nuclear powerhouse turned whistleblower by denouncing top-secret deals that shook the sector. Kearney’s life is suddenly turned upside-down when she is violently assaulted in her own house which leads to an investigation that shifts her position from victim to suspect. From acclaimed writer/director Jean-Paul Salomé and based on the book by Caroline Michel-Aguirre.

France 2023 Jean-Paul Salomé 121m

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Portrait of a Lady on Fire (15)

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Portrait de la Jeune Fille en Feu

A vivid 18th century portrait of the stolen romantic relationship between two young women, played by Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel, who have a persuasive onscreen connection which gives this affair a life of its own.


Brittany 1760. Painter Marianne (Merlant) is commissioned to do the wedding portrait of Héloïse (Haenel). Héloïse is a reluctant bride-to-be and Marianne must paint her without her knowing. She observes her by day and secretly paints her at night. Intimacy and attraction grow between the two as they share Héloïse’s first and last moments of freedom, all whilst Marianne paints the portrait that will end it all. One of the hits at Cannes 2019. "Sciamma brings the erotic together with the cerebral … I was on the edge of my seat.” - The Guardian. (Subtitles)

France 2019 Céline Sciamma 119m

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Il Trovatore (ROH 23) (PG)

Il Trovatore (ROH 23)

The Royal Opera

Adele Thomas’s energetic staging sets Verdi’s tale in a Hieronymus Bosch inspired universe of medieval superstition. On the podium, Antonio Pappano conducts Verdi’s dramatic score, in the last event of this outstanding 2022/2023 season form the Royal Opera House.

Tue 13 Jun 19:15 (Live)

Sun 18 Jun 14:15 (Encore)

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Fleabag (15)


When ‘Fleabag’ was first released in 2019 it was a smash hit and rapidly became the highest grossing UK Event Cinema title of all time. It recently won 'Event Cinema Release of the Decade', so we are delighted to give audiences across the country another chance to watch Phoebe Waller-Bridge's iconic one-woman show.  

Thu 15 Jun 20:15

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Vermeer: The Greatest Exhibition (PG)

Vermeer: The Greatest Exhibition

Exhibition on Screen

In the spring of 2023, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam will open its doors to the largest Vermeer exhibition in history. With loans from across the world, this major retrospective will bring together Vermeer’s most famous masterpieces including ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’, ‘The Geographer’, ‘The Milkmaid’, ‘The Little Street’, ‘Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid’, and ‘Woman Holding a Balance’.

Tue 18 Apr 16:00

Sun 23 Apr 15:45

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Mad About the Boy (12A)

Mad About the Boy

The Noel Coward Story

An exploration of Coward's expansive career which features credits across the stage and screen, including 'Brief Encounter', 'Blithe Spirit', and 'Private Lives'.

Noel Coward was one of the most important figures of the 20th Century. He was not only a great playwright, but also one of the best songwriters, directors and performers. Noel Coward’s triumphs across theatre, film and music mark him out as one of only a handful of artists whose mastery moulded the spirit of a nation.

Narrated by Alan Cumming with Coward voiced by Rupert Everett.

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The Laureate (15)

The Laureate

A married couple on the brink of disillusion allows a stranger to live with them in their idyllic cottage. Will this stranger push their fragile state over the edge?

Robert Graves is the poet traumatised and creatively blocked by his experiences in the great war, Nancy Nicholson is his forward-thinking feminist wife, and Laura Riding is the charismatic American writer who comes to live with them in a scandalous menage. Movies about poets are always in danger of being precious, but here the preciousness is offset by a certain combination of eroticism and creepiness, particularly in regard to Riding herself who is not just the disrupter and life-force inspiration that everyone needed, but is also a predator and parasite. Brilliantly entertaining melodrama with bags of jazz age decadence and erotic undertones.

UK 2021 William Nunez 104m

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Master Gardener (15)

Master Gardener

A meticulous horticulturist who is devoted to tending the grounds of a beautiful estate and pandering to his employer, the wealthy dowager. His past life catches up with him with the arrival of an apprentice.

Things between employer and gardener get tense when Norma (Sigourney Weaver) asks Narvel (Joel Edgerton) to take on her young grand-niece, Maya, as an apprentice. Maya does well in the job and when she starts getting threatened by a drug gang in her tough neighbourhood, Narvel’s own secret past in violent crime rises to the surface as he sets out to protect her. ‘Gardening is a belief in the future,’ Narvel Roth preaches, but it’s the character’s shocking past that forms the beating heart of this edgy drama from writer-director Paul Schrader. Weaver’s crackling grande dame imperiousness adds another layer of brilliance.

USA 2023 Paul Schrader 107m

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Life of Pi (NT23) (12A)

Life of Pi (NT23)

NT Live

Puppetry, magic and storytelling combine in a unique, Olivier Award-winning stage adaptation of the best-selling novel. After a cargo ship sinks in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, a 16-year-old boy named Pi is stranded on a lifeboat with four other survivors – a hyena, a zebra, an orangutan and a Royal Bengal tiger. Time is against them, nature is harsh, who will survive?

Thu 30 Mar 19:45

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Rushmore (15)


The dazzling sophomore film from Wes Anderson is equal parts coming-of-age story, French New Wave homage, and screwball comedy.

When a beautiful first-grade teacher (Olivia Williams) arrives at a prep school, she soon attracts the attention of an ambitious teenager named Max (Jason Schwartzman), who quickly falls in love with her. Max turns to the father (Bill Murray) of two of his schoolmates for advice on how to woo the teacher. However, the situation soon gets complicated when Max's new friend becomes involved with her, setting the two pals against one another in a war for her attention. A true original: a film that stands apart from the crowd, goes its own way and all but dares you not to like it.

USA 1998 Wes Anderson 93m

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Summer Concert: Berliner Philharmoniker 2023 (U)

Summer Concert: Berliner Philharmoniker 2023

Berlin Philharmonic

Conductor Zubin Mehta and pianist Yefim Bronfman reunite this Summer in Berlin for a wonderful evening of Bartók and Tchaikovsky. Features Béla Bartók’s highly virtuosic Piano Concerto No. 2, and Peter Tchaikovsky’s dramatic Fourth Symphony.

Sat 17 Jun 18:00

This event is a pre-recorded encore performance captured the previous day.

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The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (15)

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

In a colourful bus named Priscilla, three drag performers travel across the Australian desert performing for enthusiastic crowds and homophobic locals. A sure-fire cult classic!

When drag queen Anthony (Hugo Weaving) agrees to take his act on the road, he invites fellow cross-dresser Adam (Guy Pearce) and transsexual Bernadette (Terence Stamp) to come along. But when the other two performers learn the truth about why Anthony took the job, it threatens their act and their friendship. While its premise is ripe for comedy - and it certainly delivers its fair share of laughs – ‘Priscilla’ is also a surprisingly tender and thoughtful road movie with some outstanding performances. Especially Terence Stamp who is a revelation, giving a performance of near-perfect restraint and dignity.

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Saturday 17 Jun 202320:30 Book Now
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A History of British Queer Cinema (15)

A History of British Queer Cinema

A century of British film focusing on LGBTQ+ lives on screen from the silent era to the present day, illustrated by a range of clips. To complement Chichester Pride, Pride Month and our three LGBTQ+ films, this talk looks at the development of British queer cinema over more than a hundred years.

Thu 22 June 18:00

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Thursday 22 Jun 202318:00 Book Now

CineCircle (PG)


Sign up for the next CineCircle to discuss films seen at New Park.

Choose a warming drink, a glass of wine or beer and one of Wagtail Cafe's excellent snacks.

TICKETS ARE FREE, but bookings are essential as we have limited numbers.

Wagtail Cafe

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Thursday 22 Jun 202318:00 Book Now

The Other Fellow (15)

The Other Fellow

A fascinating documentary exploring the impact of sharing a name with one of the most famous fictional characters of our times – James Bond.

When author Ian Fleming needs a name for his suave, sophisticated secret agent, he steals one from an unaware birdwatcher and creates a pop-culture phenomenon about the ultimate fictional alpha-male. Seventy years after the publication of the first Bond novel and as all eyes turn to who could be the seventh 007, Australian filmmaker Matthew Bauer is on a global mission to discover the lasting, contrasting and very personal impacts of sharing such an identity with James Bond. It probes larger questions of identity and privacy, throwing in a haunting tale of domestic abuse in its final act. We emerge by the end both shaken and stirred.

UK 2022 Matthew Bauer 80m

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A Crack in the Mountain (PG)

A Crack in the Mountain

Hang Son Doong is the world’s largest cave discovered in Vietnam in 1990. This magnificent documentary reveals the beauty of the cave as well as the tensions brought by fame and tourism.

Hang Son Doong translates as ‘mountain river cave’ is so large it could fit an entire New York block inside, including skyscrapers. Since its discovery it has been at the centre of controversial schemes to develop it as a tourist destination. This film examines the conflicting themes of exploration, environmental conservation and sustainability and the perils of operating as an activist in a country where freedom of speech is severely curtailed. Beautifully shot and scored, A powerful exposé about how good and bad intentions can ultimately lead to one of the world’s greatest natural wonders being exploited for money.

Hong Kong 2022 Alastair Evans 100m

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Chevalier (15)


The story of Joseph Bologne, often crudely referred to as ‘Black Mozart’, is finally given the spotlight it deserves in this rousing new historical drama.

Inspired by the incredible true story of composer Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges. The illegitimate son of an African slave and a French plantation owner, Bologne (Kelvin Harrison Jr. in a tour de force performance) rises to improbable heights in French society as a celebrated violinist-composer and fencer, complete with an ill-fated love affair and a falling out with Marie Antoinette (Lucy Boynton) and her court. The violin duel with Mozart is particularly exhilarating if not historically accurate. Bologne seems to have been erased from history but this superbly enjoyable romp puts him firmly back in the musical landscape.

USA 2022 Stephen Williams 108m

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Suzume (PG)


With terrific animation and a story that'll make you laugh and move you to tears, Suzume is anime that viewers of almost any age can enjoy.

Suzume tells the tale of how high schooler Suzume Iwato discovers the secret, mystical causes behind the earthquakes that plague Japan and becomes wrapped up in an epic race to save her country from an impending tectonic cataclysm. What Suzume finds is a single weathered door standing upright in the midst of ruins as though it was shielded from whatever catastrophe struck. Seemingly drawn by its power, Suzume reaches for the knob....This is a visually stunning piece of popular anime. Director Makoto Shinkai continues to add to his legacy alongside ‘Your Name’ and ‘Weathering With You’. (Subtitles)

Japan 2022 Makoto Shinkai 122m

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Moonrise Kingdom (12A)

Moonrise Kingdom

Wes Anderson is bang on form in this sprightly tale about two unpopular kids who fall in love and run away.

The year is 1965, and the residents of New Penzance, an island off the coast of New England, inhabit a community that seems untouched by some of the bad things going on in the rest of the world. Twelve-year-olds Sam (Jared Gilman) and Suzy (Kara Hayward) have fallen in love and decide to run away. But a violent storm is approaching the island, forcing a group of quirky adults (Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray) to mobilize a search party and find the youths before calamity strikes. It's an adventure, a love story, a biblical allegory complete with approaching storm and a profoundly touching discourse on the needs of troubled children.

USA 2012 Wes Anderson 94m

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Pride (15)


Pride Month

During the Miners’ strike two seemingly contrasting communities come together to form a surprising and ultimately triumphant partnership. Based on the extraordinary and uplifting true story.

Set in the summer of 1984 – Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is on strike. At the Gay Pride March in London, a group of gay and lesbian activists decides to raise money to support the families of the striking miners. But there is a problem. The Union seems embarrassed to receive their support. This film moves effortlessly from some pretty intense dramatic moments to hilarious scenes showcasing the contrasting lifestyles of the gay and straight worlds to some vignettes of incredible poignancy. This is truly a joyful experience.

UK 2014 Matthew Warchus 119m

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Good (15)


NT Live

David Tennant is riveting, witty and intensely human in this play by C.P. Taylor, and directed by Dominic Cooke.

Tennant ('Doctor Who') makes a much-anticipated return to the West End in a blistering reimagining of one of Britain’s most powerful, political plays.

As the world faces its Second World War, John Halder, a good, intelligent German professor, finds himself pulled into a movement with unthinkable consequences.

Olivier Award-winner Dominic Cooke ('Follies') directs C.P. Taylor’s timely tale, with a cast that also features Elliot Levey ('Coriolanus') and Sharon Small ('The Bay').

Filmed live at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London.

160m inc Interval

Tickets £17.50

Friends/Students £15

Thu 20 Apr 19:30

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Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty (PG)

Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty

Coming to the big screen as part of its 10th anniversary celebrations, this production is now established as a firm favourite in the New Adventures repertoire. This ‘utterly brilliant’ (★★★★★ Sunday Mirror) award-winning production has enchanted audiences throughout the UK and across the globe.

Wed 28 Jun 20:30

Sun 2 Jul 15:00

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Greatest Days (12A)

Greatest Days

‘Greatest Days’ is a screen adaption of the West End musical (previously called) The Band also known as the Take That musical.

‘Greatest Days’ follows five best friends who have the night of their lives seeing their favourite boy band in concert. Twenty-five years later their lives have changed in many different ways as they reunite for one more epic show by their beloved band, to relight their friendship and discover that maybe their greatest days are ahead of them. Directed by Coky Giedroyc and written by Calendar Girls' Tim Firth, Greatest Days stars This Way Up's Aisling Bea, Strictly Come Dancing star Jayde Adams. It features memorable Take That songs such as Patience, Back For Good, A Million Love Songs, Shine, Relight My Fire and Could It Be Magic.

UK 2023 Coky Giedroyc 112m

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War Pony (15)

War Pony

The tenderness, wisdom and instinct to survive of two teenage males is beautifully observed in actor-turned-director Riley Keough’s debut feature.

The interlocking stories of 12-year-old Matho and the older Bill both from the Lakota community. Matho wants approval from his father leads to a series of impulsive decisions while Bill tries to hustle his way to the ‘American Dream’.  Both characters share a flair for entrepreneurship The drama plays out at a slow and steady pace, designed to get viewers invested in both characters’ plights. Yet there is in their lives something genuinely uplifting and heroic. They want to give love and they have an untrained aptitude for it – but they are both let down. Yet there is in their lives something genuinely uplifting and heroic.

USA 2022 Riley Keough / Gina Gammell 115m

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Sisu (15)


A grizzled loner discovers a huge vein of gold in Lapland only to be tormented by a platoon of retreating Nazis. Cue 90 minutes of glorious  blood-splattered mayhem.

When the Nazis steal his gold, they quickly discover that they have just tangled with no ordinary miner. While there is no direct translation for the Finnish word "sisu", this legendary ex-commando will embody what sisu means: a white-knuckled form of courage and unimaginable determination in the face of overwhelming odds. Should you want to spend 90 minutes watching Nazis get shot, stabbed, gutted, blown up, run over, and beaten with a variety of inanimate objects, in the most violent and gory manner possible, this war movie is the answer to your pulp-cinema prayers.

Finland 2022 Jalmari Helander 91m

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Hypnotic (15)


Ben Affleck is Daniel, a cop finds a clue to his daughter’s disappearance at the scene of a reality-defying bank robbery. A mind-bending thriller with dashes of ‘The Matrix’ and ‘Inception’

Minnie is abducted and the perp is caught but her body is never found. Determined to find his missing daughter, Austin detective Danny Rourke finds himself spiralling down a rabbit hole investigating a series of reality-bending crimes where he will ultimately call into question his most basic assumptions about everything and everyone in his world. The villains of the piece are hypnotics who are able to bend people to their will often with terrible results. ‘Hypnotic’ is a slick, brisk and surprisingly inventive thriller that showcases Affleck’s action chops and director Robert Rodriguez’s B-movie affinity.

USA 2023 Robert Rodriguez 92m

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Journey to the Stars (Wes Anderson Talk) (PG)

Journey to the Stars (Wes Anderson Talk)

Exploring Wes Anderson’s Cinematic Universe from ‘Bottle Rocket’ to ‘Asteroid City’

With the release of his latest film ‘Asteroid City’ and a season of his earlier films running through June and July, join us for this talk on a filmmaker whose distinctive style renders his work instantly recognisable.

Sat 1 July 11:00

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Hairspray (12A)


Hairspray is perhaps John Waters' most accessible film, and as such, it's a gently subversive slice of retro hilarity.

Divine, Ricki Lake, Sonny Bono and Debbie Harry star in this musical comedy set in 1960s Baltimore from director John Waters. Overweight teenager Tracy Turnblad's (Lake) dreams come true when she becomes the newest star on a television dance program. She is soon the most popular dancer and finds herself the focus of some dirty tricks at the hands of rival Amber Von Tussle (Fitzpatrick) and her pushy parents.  Waters tones down his usual excesses, but his mischievous black sense of humour is still very much to the fore in this affectionate salute to Z-grade teen movies.but Tracy is more concerned with her campaign to have her black friends accepted on the all-white show.

USA 1988 John Waters 92m

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The French Dispatch (15)

The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson’s love letter to journalists set in the French outpost of an American newspaper that brings to life a collection of stories published in ‘The French Dispatch’.

This is Wes Anderson at his most Wes Anderson – breezy, cheeky vignettes that are arch, whimsical and melancholically humorous. The three stories in the anthology begin with Benicio del Toro’s imprisoned artist and smooth-talking art dealer Adrian Brody trying to make him a success. The second concerns Timothée Chalamet as a student radical while the third is a rollicking crime caper in which the son of a police chief is kidnapped by a gangster in the shape of Edward Norton. This is unlikely to sway any Anderson sceptics however, one thing's for sure: there is nothing quite like ‘The French Dispatch’ – except Anderson's other films, of course.

Germany/USA 2021 Wes Anderson 103m

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Amanda (15)


A wealthy young woman, friendless and lost after studying abroad, sets about recovering an old friendship she thinks she once had.

Amanda has finished an unsatisfying period in Paris studying and returned to her wealthy family home in Italy, the scene of a near-drowning childhood accident in the swimming pool and the base for her extended dysfunctional clan. Like someone awakening from a dream, Amanda realises she has no boyfriend, no job and no friends. So when her mother (Monica Nappo) tells her that she once played as a little kid with a local girl called Rebecca, the daughter of her mother’s friend (Giovanna Mezzogiorno), Amanda sets out with fanatical determination to re-befriend this now adult woman. A refreshingly unconventional and acidic deadpan comic portrait of an offbeat female friendship.

Italy / France 2022 Carolina Cavalli 93m

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Ziggy Stardust: The Global Premiere (PG)

Ziggy Stardust: The Global Premiere

Fifty years on from Bowie’s last performance as Ziggy Stardust, his celebrated alter-ego returns to the stage of the Hammersmith Apollo (then Odeon) and cinemas worldwide. Will be preceded by Bowie’s fans and friends live in conversation from the Apollo, who will address the original show’s legacy and Ziggy’s pan-generational resonance. This is the closest audiences will come to being there on that fateful night 50 years ago.

Mon 3 Jul 19:00

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Asteroid City (12A)

Asteroid City

Wes Anderson dips a toe into the world of kitsch 50s sci-fi. With an incredible cast, beautiful pastel colours this looks to become one of Anderson’s finest films.

Set in a fictional American desert town circa 1955. The itinerary of a Junior Stargazer / Space cadet convention (organised to bring together students and parents from across the country for fellowship and scholarly competition) is spectacularly disrupted by world-changing events involving aliens and flying saucers. The cast includes Tom Hanks, Margot Robbie, Scarlett Johansson, Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton and Edward Norton. Prepare to be charmed as only Anderson can.

USA 2023 Wes Anderson 104m

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My Imaginary Country (15)

My Imaginary Country

Mi país imaginario

One day, without warning, a revolution exploded. It was the event that master documentarian Patricio Guzmán had been waiting for all his life: a million and a half people in the streets of Santiago, Chile.

The people demanded justice, education, health care, and a new constitution to replace the strident rules imposed on the country during the Pinochet military dictatorship. Urgent and inspired, The documentary features harrowing front-line protest footage and interviews with dynamic activist leaders and powerfully connects Chile's complex, bloody history to contemporary revolutionary social movements and the election of a new president. With unassuming, generous elegance, the Chilean doc master finds hope and political optimism in his homeland's 2019 protest movement.

Chile / France 2022 Patricio Guzmán 83m

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Reality (12A)


Using the transcript of the arrest of whistleblower Reality Winner, Tina Satter’s superb piece of verbatim cinema asks questions about how power is wielded in real life.

A former American intelligence specialist was given the longest sentence for the unauthorized release of government information to the media about Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections via an email operation. The transcript of an audio recording of the FBI officers’ arrest and questioning of Winner became public; now Satter has used it, to the letter, as the basis of a movie. It shows us the moment-by-moment situation as Winner, superbly played by Sydney Sweeney, is politely confronted outside her house by the two federal agents. Reality can be stranger than fiction, but ‘Reality’ fuses the two to become stranger, and more riveting, still.

USA 2023 Tina Satter 83m

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The Artist's Garden: American Impressionism (PG)

The Artist's Garden: American Impressionism
Exhibition on Screen
Following the smash hit ‘Vermeer: The Greatest Exhibition’ we bring back two of the best Exhibition on Screen films of the last few years. This is based on the hugely popular exhibition 'The Artist's Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement' from the Florence Griswold Museum in Connecticut, widely considered a home of American impressionism.
Sat 8 Jul 13:30
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