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Horizon: An American Saga - Chapter 1 (15)

Horizon: An American Saga - Chapter 1

Chronicles a multi-faceted, 15-year span of pre-and post-Civil War expansion and settlement of the American west. Chapter 2 will follow in late Summer.


In the great tradition of the iconic Westerns, this Kevin Costner film (he both directs and acts) explores the lure of the Old West and how it was won - and lost - through the blood, sweat and tears of many. This ambitious cinematic adventure will take audiences on an emotional journey across a country at war with itself, experienced through the lens of families, friends and foes all attempting to discover what it truly means to be the United States of America. The cast includes Sienna Miller, Sam Worthington, Jena Malone and Owen Crow Shoe.

USA 2024 Kevin Kostner 181m


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Monday 15 Jul 202412:00 Book Now (Subs for HoH)
Monday 15 Jul 202419:45 Book Now
Tuesday 16 Jul 202415:00 Book Now
Wednesday 17 Jul 202417:00 Book Now

Treasure (12A)

Treasure

Following the fall of the iron curtain in 1991, a laissez-faire father and tightly strung daughter set out on a road trip to Poland to revisit his youth, and her roots. A touching and resonant drama that treats a difficult subject with just the right amount of comedy and light-heartedness.


This father-daughter road trip set in 1990s Poland, follows Ruth (Lena Dunham), an American music journalist, and her father Edek (Stephen Fry), a charmingly stubborn Holocaust survivor, on a journey to his homeland. While Ruth is eager to make sense of her family’s past, Edek embarks on the trip with his own agenda. This emotional, funny culture clash of two New Yorkers exploring post-socialist Poland is a powerful example of how reconnecting with family and the past can be an unexpected treasure. The film addresses the holocaust very differently to other recent films and TV series, using whimsy and anecdote instead of shock. The two leads make an appealing odd couple, with Dunham as the grumpy Walter Matthau-type to Fry’s ever optimistic Jack Lemmon. (Some subtitles)

Germany/France 2024 Julia von Heinz 112m


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Monday 15 Jul 202415:15 Book Now
Monday 15 Jul 202417:30 Book Now
Tuesday 16 Jul 202412:45 Book Now
Tuesday 16 Jul 202420:15 Book Now
Wednesday 17 Jul 202414:45 Book Now

Àma Gloria (12A)

Àma Gloria

Six-year-old Cléo loves her nanny Gloria more than anything. When Gloria must return to Cape Verde to care for her own children, the two must make the most of their last summer together.


Gloria (Ilça Moreno Zego) has looked after Cléo (Louise Mauroy-Panzani) since the child was a baby. The pair adore each other, so when Gloria’s mother’s passing calls her to return home to her native Cape Verde, their world is thrown into a spin. Cléo single dad (Arnaud Rebotini) who works long hours daily, sees how much his daughter misses her nanny and finally agrees that she spends her Summer holiday with Gloria. Most of the film takes place on the beautiful island in Cape Verde as Cléo shares a roof in Gloria’s tiny home with her two children, Nanda and César. This is an exceptional solo directorial debut from Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq who based the story on her own childhood experience with her nanny. Critics have been raving about this remarkable, feel-good piece of cinema (100% on Rotten Tomatoes), and Mauroy-Panzani as six-year-old Cléo is a revelation.

France 2023 Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq 83m


Book Tickets

Tuesday 16 Jul 202418:30 Book Now

Slow (15)

Slow

Dancer Elena and sign language interpreter Dovydas meet and form a beautiful bond. As they dive into a new relationship, they must navigate how to build their own kind of intimacy.


Elena (Greta Grineviciute) is a contemporary dancer, living her life freely bouncing from relationships and sexual encounters without a serious commitment. When she meets interpreter Dovyda (Kęstutis Cicėnas), someone who joins to interpret for a hearing-impaired group of teenagers she’s teaching, there’s an instant spark. When he discloses that he is asexual, she is unsure how to respond. This peels back a layer of modern dating that is not often seen in film, and it is done so in a way that feels natural and poignant. It emphasises the vulnerability of its characters from a deft vision by Kavtaradze, ‘Slow’ is a subtle but impactful film. Moving and beautiful. (Subtitles)

Lithuania 2023 Marija Kavtaradze 108m


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Wednesday 17 Jul 202412:30 Book Now

Stromboli (PG)

Stromboli

Stromboli (Terra di Dio)


In this visually rich and unique film (the second in our Italian Neo-Realism season), a young woman marries a fisherman to escape from a prison camp. But she cannot get used to the tough life in their volcano-threatened village, Stromboli.


Lithuanian Karin (Ingrid Bergman) flees her war-ravaged home country and winds up in Italy, where she is sent to an internment camp. There, she meets Antonio (Mario Vitale), a POW who has just been freed. They enjoy a brief romance, punctuated by Antonio's marriage proposal, and Karin, seeing her chance to escape the camp, accepts. But Antonio takes her back to Stromboli, the volcanic island he lives on, and Karin struggles with a language barrier, brutal living conditions and her outsider status. This partnership (professional and romantic) between Bergman and Rossellini started when she sent a letter to the director after seeing his ‘Rome, Open City’ (also screening this season), saying that if he could use a Swede who could speak good English, but could only say “ti amo” in Italian, to get in touch with her. The rest is history.

Italy 1950 Roberto Rossellini 81m


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Wednesday 17 Jul 202420:30 Book Now