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Mothers' Instinct (15)

Mothers' Instinct

In this Hitchcockian psychological thriller set in 1960s suburban USA, a pair of best friends and neighbours who seem to have it all, have their lives turned upside down after a life-changing accident.


Housewives Alice (Jessica Chastain) and Celine (Anne Hathaway) live a traditional lifestyle with successful husbands (Josh Charles & Anders Danielsen Lie) and sons of the same age. Life's perfect harmony is suddenly shattered after a tragic accident. Guilt, suspicion and paranoia combine to unravel their sisterly bond. As the story progresses from drama to suspense, the interplay between the two women becomes increasingly tense, but delicately balanced out for the viewer with the immaculate 1960’s suburbia set production.

USA 2024 Benoît Delhomme 94m


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Wednesday 24 Apr 202413:00 Book Now
Thursday 25 Apr 202415:45 Book Now

The Trouble with Jessica (15)

The Trouble with Jessica

Sarah and Tom, a successful London professional couple, panic after their friend Jessica kills herself in their garden just as they are on the brink of selling the house for some urgently-needed cash.


Their situation takes a terrifying nosedive with the sudden death of their uninvited guest, Jessica (Indira Varma). Panicking that the buyer will pull out of the sale if they find out what happened, Sarah (Shirley Henderson) and Tom (Alan Tudyk) persuade their best friends, Richard (Rufus Sewell) and Beth (Olivia Williams), to help them relocate Jessica’s body. Faced with the moral dilemma of their lives, they make a series of choices that could be either their salvation or their destruction. This is a delicious black comedy, and as the title suggests, it has echoes of Hitchcock's ‘The Trouble with Harry’. Premiered at the 2023 Chichester International Film Festival.

UK 2022 Matt Winn 90m


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Wednesday 24 Apr 202415:00 Book Now
Thursday 25 Apr 202418:00 Book Now

Ryuichi Sakamoto: Opus (U)

Ryuichi Sakamoto: Opus

Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto leaves his fans with a moving send-off. All the better here with stunning cinema sound.


On 28 Mar 2023, legendary composer Ryuichi Sakamoto passed away after his struggle against cancer. In the years leading up to his death, Sakamoto could no longer perform live. Single concerts, not to mention sprawling global tours, were too taxing. Despite this, in late 2022, Sakamoto mustered all of his energy to leave the world with one final performance: a concert film, featuring just him and his piano. This film lets Sakamoto deliver an elegy, and in the process, an autobiography of his creative journey, as captured through the precision and poetry of director Neo Sora’s camera.

Japan 2023 Neo Sora 103m


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Wednesday 24 Apr 202417:00 Book Now

John Singer Sargent: Fashion & Swagger (PG)

John Singer Sargent: Fashion & Swagger

Exhibition on Screen

John Singer Sargent is known as the greatest portrait artist of his era. What made his 'swagger' portraits remarkable was his power over his sitters, what they wore and how they were presented to the audience.

Tue 16 Apr 15:45

Fri 19 Apr 18:00

Thu 25 Apr 13:30

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Thursday 25 Apr 202413:30 Book Now

CineCircle (PG)

CineCircle

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

Choose a warming drink, a glass of wine or beer at Brasserie Blanc.

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

Brasserie Blanc, Chichester

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Thursday 25 Apr 202416:00 Book Now

Naked Lunch (18)

Naked Lunch

In association with the Oxmarket Gallery’s ‘Burn Burn Burn: the Beats light up the Ox’ exhibition (2-14 Apr), and as a perfect selection for our second ‘Cult of Cinema’ presentation, we bring you David Cronenberg’s legendary take on William S. Burrough’s “unfilmable” novel.


Blank-faced bug killer Bill Lee (Peter Weller) and his dead-eyed wife, Joan (Judy Davis), like to get high on Bill's pest poisons while lounging with Beat poet pals. After meeting the devilish Dr. Benway (Roy Scheider), Bill gets a drug made from a centipede. Upon indulging, he accidentally kills Joan, takes orders from his typewriter-turned-cockroach, ends up in a constantly mutating Mediterranean city and learns that his hip friends have published his work - which he doesn't remember writing. Cronenberg's stylistically ambitious interpretation of William S. Burroughs's twisted genius may even inspire you to pick up the book. Wild cinema from even wilder source material.

Canada/UK/Japan 1991 David Cronenberg 115m


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Thursday 25 Apr 202420:00 Book Now

Evil Does Not Exist (12A)

Evil Does Not Exist

Aku Wa Sonzai Shinai


This is the new feature – an eco parable - from the director of ‘Drive My Car’, which won the 2021 Best Foreign Film Bafta and Oscar.


Takumi (Hitoshi Omika) and his daughter Hana (Rio Nishikawa) live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. Like generations before them, they live a modest life according to the cycles and order of nature. One day, the village inhabitants become aware of a plan to build a glamping site near Takumi's house, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to nature. When two company representatives from Tokyo arrive in the village to hold a meeting, it becomes clear that the project will have a negative impact on the local water supply, causing unrest. The agency's mismatched intentions endanger both the ecological balance of the nature plateau and their way of life, with an aftermath that affects Takumi's life deeply. This ecological parable stands on the battle lines between modern civilization and the natural world, offering a perspective that's as quietly measured as it is entrancing. (Subtitles)

Japan 2023 Ryûsuke Hamaguchi 106m


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Friday 26 Apr 202412:30 Book Now

Close Your Eyes (12A)

Close Your Eyes

Cerrar Los Ojos


A near-masterpiece for director Víctor Erice, this film ends his long gap between films with a moving meditation on memory, identity and cinema itself.


A famous Spanish actor, Julio Arenas, disappears during the filming of a movie. Although his body is never found, the police conclude that he has suffered an accident at the edge of a cliff. Many years later, the mystery is brought up once more by a TV program that tries to evoke the actor, offering as a scoop, images of the last scenes in which he participated, shot by his close friend, director Miguel Garay (Manolo Solo). This is Erice’s first feature in 31 years - and only his fourth overall - arriving as something between a desert oasis and a mirage: a shimmery, nourishing culmination of ideas and ellipses in a career so elusive as to have taken on a mythic quality, to the point that his latest feels almost dreamed into being. Nominated for an amazing 11 Goya Awards – the Spanish film industry’s highest accolade. (Subtitles)

Spain 2023 Víctor Erice 169m


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Friday 26 Apr 202414:45 Book Now

Poor Things (18)

Poor Things

Yorgos Lanthimos has created an incredible tale of the fantastical evolution of Bella Baxter, a young woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter.


Under Baxter's (Willem Dafoe) protection, Bella (Emma Stone in a career defining performance) is eager to learn. Hungry for the worldliness she is lacking, Bella runs off with Duncan Wedderburn (Mark Ruffalo), a slick and debauched lawyer, on a whirlwind adventure across the continents. Free from the prejudices of her times, Bella grows steadfast in her purpose to stand for equality and liberation. ‘Poor Things’ is an awe-striking visual feast that satisfies the eyes, tantalizes the loins, and feeds the soul. Both incredibly funny and disturbing, sometimes in the same beat, it will surely be knocking on the door of awards voters in a host of categories. Lanthimos (‘Dogtooth’, ‘Killing of a Sacred Dear’, The Favourite’) continues to surprise and astound with every film. (Some subtitles)

Ireland/UK 2023 Yorgos Lanthimos 141m


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Friday 26 Apr 202418:00 Book Now

Seize Them! (15)

Seize Them!

In this hilarious British comedy, an arrogant queen becomes a fugitive in her own land after being overthrown by a charismatic revolutionary, and must face hardship and danger as she embarks on a voyage to win back her throne.


Dark Ages Britain. Queen Dagan (Aimee Lou Wood) is master of all she surveys, with an ego to match - until she's toppled by a revolution led by the charismatic Humble Joan (Nicola Coughlan). The Queen becomes a fugitive in her own land, a hefty bounty on her head. With the help of Shulmay (Lolly Adefope), a former servant with a lot of secrets - and Bobik (Nick Frost), a shit-shoveller who wants more out of life - Queen Dagan must face every conceivable hardship and danger as she embarks on a voyage to win back her throne. She also has to face up to the very worst parts of herself. Can she become Queen again? And can she become a better person while she does it? And what if she has to choose? Look out for many of the UKs best comedians popping up, including James Acaster and Jessica Hynes.

UK 2024 Curtis Vowell Time TBC


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Friday 26 Apr 202420:30 Book Now