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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

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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Wednesday 17 Jul 202414:45 Book Now
Thursday 18 Jul 202416:30 Book Now

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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Wednesday 17 Jul 202417:00 Book Now
Thursday 18 Jul 202413:00 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

Present Laughter (PG)

Present Laughter

NT Live

The multi award-winning production of Noël Coward’s provocative comedy featuring Andrew Scott (‘Vanya’, ‘Fleabag’) and Indira Varma (‘Macbeth’).

Thu 18 Jul 19:00

Sun 21 Jul 13:30

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Thursday 18 Jul 202419:00 Book Now

Rose (12A)

Rose

Two sisters have their relationship challenged on an anticipated coach trip to Paris. Based on the true story of the director’s own two sisters, this is a heartwarming movie about love and devotion.


Inger (Sofie Gråbøl) and Ellen (Lene Maria Christensen) are on a trip to Paris. When Inger announces her struggles with mental health to the group, the sisters are faced with pity from some and discrimination from others. On arrival in Paris, it soon becomes clear that Inger has a hidden agenda concerning a figure from her past, ultimately involving the entire group in her hunt for answers. This is a film about love and care for each other, in spite of our differences, as much as it is a film about not judging a book by its cover. The trip itself brings out many sides of Inger, and director Arden Oplev does a wonderful job ensuring Inger's humanity stays in the spotlight whether through drama or comedy. Because, despite the pitfalls of the subject matter, this is a very funny movie. (Subtitles)

Denmark 2022 Niels Arden Oplev 86m


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Friday 19 Jul 202413:00 Book Now
Saturday 20 Jul 202415:00 Book Now
Sunday 21 Jul 202415:15 Book Now
Tuesday 23 Jul 202418:15 Book Now

The G (15)

The G

A mysterious older woman seeks revenge on the corrupt legal guardian who destroyed her life.


Ann Hunter (aka "The G", played by Dale Dickey) and her husband retired to an unnamed American suburb 10 years ago. But one day out of the blue they are snatched from their home by a corrupt legal guardian who believes they have hidden wealth. Their home and assets are legally stripped from them and they are put in a prison-like "eldercare facility". Trapped in a corrupt and terrifying system, The G begins to show her true mettle as she and her loyal granddaughter fight to get them out... and get revenge on the people who did this. “I’m not a good person”, she says “But I do have other qualities.” This turns out to be something of an understatement. Dickey is remarkable in this very smart and not run-of-the-mill revenge thriller.

Canada 2023 Karl R. Hearne 106m


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Friday 19 Jul 202415:00 Book Now
Saturday 20 Jul 202417:45 Book Now
Monday 22 Jul 202415:30 Book Now
Tuesday 23 Jul 202420:15 Book Now

Kinds of Kindness (18)

Kinds of Kindness

Yorgos Lanthimos and Emma Stone team up for a third time (‘The Favourite’, ‘Poor Things’) in this triptych fable which features the usual brave filmmaking mixed with dark comedy. A film where the director once again puts up a mirror to our flawed society and shows us the worst, and also the best, that humanity has to offer.


A man seeks to break free from his predetermined path and tries to take control of his own life; a policeman is alarmed that his wife who was missing-at-sea has returned and seems a different person; and a woman determined to find a specific someone with a special ability, is destined to become a prodigious spiritual leader. There is always a clamouring of A-listers to get into a Lanthimos film, and this one has a few regulars (Emma Stone, Willem Dafoe, Margaret Qualley) and a couple of newcomers (a brilliant Jesse Plemmons, Hong Chau). For those of you who discovered Lanthimos with ‘The Favourite’ or ‘Poor Things’, get ready to meet the original ‘Dogtooth’ version - unfiltered, uncut, old-school Yorgos. One of the highlights at the recent 2024 Cannes Film Festival.

Ireland/UK 2024 Yorgos Lanthimos 164m


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Friday 19 Jul 202417:15 Book Now
Saturday 20 Jul 202420:00 Book Now
Sunday 21 Jul 202417:15 Book Now
Monday 22 Jul 202419:45 Book Now
Tuesday 23 Jul 202413:00 Book Now

Blur: To the End (15)

Blur: To the End

Brit-pop pioneers Blur's recent reunion, captured across a year in which they made a surprise return with their first record in eight years.


This feature-length documentary depicts the extraordinary and emotional return of Blur, captured across a year in which the band made a surprise return with their critically acclaimed number one album ‘The Ballad of Darren’. The film follows the unique relationship of four friends and band mates of over three decades - Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James and Dave Rowntree - as they come together to record ten new songs ahead of their sold-out, first ever shows at London’s Wembley Stadium in 2023. This coming Autumn, look out for a cinematic two-hour concert film immortalising last summer’s historic show.

UK 2024 Toby L. 105m


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Friday 19 Jul 202420:30 Book Now

Ordinary People (15)

Ordinary People

Remembering Donald Sutherland:


The accidental death of the older son of an affluent family deeply strains the relationships among the bitter mother, the good-natured father and the guilt-ridden younger son.


Tormented by guilt following the death of his older brother, Buck, in a sailing accident, alienated teenager Conrad Jarrett (Timothy Hutton) attempts suicide. Returning home following an extended stay in a psychiatric hospital, Conrad tries to deal with his mental anguish and also reconnect with his mother, Beth (Mary Tyler Moore), who has grown cold and angry, and his emotionally wounded father, Calvin (Donald Sutherland), with the help of his psychiatrist, Dr. Berger (Judd Hirsch).


USA 1980 Robert Redford 124m



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Saturday 20 Jul 202412:30 Book Now

Fancy Dance (15)

Fancy Dance

Following her sister's disappearance, a Native American hustler kidnaps her niece from the child's white grandparents and sets out for the state powwow in hopes of keeping what is left of their family intact.


Since her sister's disappearance, Jax (Lily Gladstone from ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’) has cared for her niece Roki (Isabel Deroy-Olson) by scraping by on the Seneca-Cayuga reservation in Oklahoma. Every spare minute goes into finding her missing sister while also helping Roki prepare for an upcoming powwow. At the risk of Jax losing custody to Roki's grandfather, Frank (Shea Whigham), the pair hit the road and scour the backcountry to track down Roki's mother in time for the powwow. What begins as a search gradually turns into a far deeper investigation into the complexities and contradictions of Indigenous women moving through a colonized world while at the mercy of a failed justice system. This is both a shrewd familial drama and a slow-burning road film with the cinematic taste of a crime-thriller. Gladstone gives a tremendous performance.

USA 2023 Erica Tremblay 90m


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Sunday 21 Jul 202413:15 Book Now
Monday 22 Jul 202417:45 Book Now

Bye Bye Tiberias (PG)

Bye Bye Tiberias

Bye Bye Tibériade


Years after leaving her Palestinian village to pursue an acting career in France, Hiam Abbass returns home with her daughter, in this intimate documentary about four generations of women and their shared legacy of separation.


By telling their story, director Abbass hopes to reclaim and question the personal, historical and visual legacies she inherited and to answer the question “How does a woman find her place when caught between worlds”? A question that applies equally to her and her mother. If there is any one takeaway from the film, it’s the importance of family attachments and the succour they provide. After its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, the essay film, with its mix of the personal and the political, has been a festival favourite, going on to win the Grierson award for best documentary in London and the jury prize ex aequo in Marrakech. It represented Palestine in the Oscar international feature competition. (Subtitles)

France/Palestine 2023 Lina Soualem 82m


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Sunday 21 Jul 202420:30 Book Now
Monday 22 Jul 202413:00 Book Now

The Present (PG)

The Present

When a young boy discovers he can use an enchanted grandfather clock to go back in time, he teams up with his siblings on a quest to bring their separated parents back together again.


Taylor (Easton Rocket Sweda), one of three siblings in a suburban American family, discovers that he can make time run backwards, going as far as 12 hours into the past. All he must do is physically move the hands of an heirloom upright clock. This proves useful because his parents – mum Jen (Isla Fisher) and dad Eric (Greg Kinnear) – are on a path towards separation, which they hope to announce at a family dinner that evening. So Taylor, who is electively mute, brings out his best ‘Groundhog Day’ tactics, and keeps rewinding time each time tweaking the parents’ day. This is a fun family film that could be enjoyed by all and includes a scene-stealing performance by Arturo Castro as a highly unprofessional therapist.

USA 2024 Christian Ditter 86m


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Tuesday 23 Jul 202416:15 Book Now