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Sat, 20 Apr

Dumbo

From Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, the all-new grand live-action adventure Dumbo expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight.

Circus owner Max Medici (Danny DeVito) enlists former star Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) and his children Milly (Nico Parker) and Joe (Finley Hobbins) to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback, attracting persuasive entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton), who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland.

Missing Link

Meet Mr. Link: 8 feet tall, 630 lbs, and covered in fur, but don't let his appearance fool you... he is funny, sweet, and adorably literal, making him the world's most lovable legend.

Tired of living a solitary life in the Pacific Northwest, Mr. Link recruits fearless explorer Sir Lionel Frost to guide him on a journey to find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, our fearless trio of explorers encounter more than their fair share of peril as they travel to the far reaches of the world to help their new friend. Through it all, the three learn that sometimes you can find a family in the places you least expect.

Happy as Lazzaro

This tender film plays out in an isolated village separated from the world by a broken bridge that no one has sought fit to repair. Within the insular community lives the beautiful, sweet natured Lazzaro (talented newcomer Adriano Tardiolo) whose people-pleasing personality is often mistaken for simple-mindedness. Lazzaro is persuaded by the village ruler’s son to help him fake his own kidnapping and steal the ransom. However, the unlikely duo’s plans are soon derailed.

Beautifully shot on Super 16mm by Rohrwacher’s regular cinematographer Hélène Louvart and with echoes of Pasolini, Fellini and Jarman, this heady concoction of folk tales, biblical allegory, social critique and pop culture references, deservedly won the Best Screenplay award at this year’s Cannes.

The Sisters Brothers

Paying homage to the classic Western, director Jacques Audiard tells the story of Eli (Reilly) and Charlie (Phoenix) Sisters, a couple of fraternal assassins in the Old West underworld of the 1850s. The pair are travelling from Oregon to California to find a chemist (Riz Ahmed) who has developed a substance that makes gold easy to spot on the riverbed. Their mission is to finish him off, having extracted the formula first.

Often hilariously ribald, with its share of blood, guts, saloons and shootouts, The Sisters Brothers will also surprise you with its tenderness. Based on the novel by Patrick deWitt.

Us

After sending shockwaves across the film industry and setting a new standard for provocative, socially-conscious horror films with his directorial debut, Get Out, Academy Award winner Jordan Peele returns with Us.

Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a Slave) plays Adelaide Wilson, a woman returning to her beachside childhood home with her husband, Gabe (Winston Duke, Black Panther), and their two children for a summer getaway.

Haunted by a mysterious trauma from her past, something made worse by a string of eerie coincidences, Adelaide feels her paranoia rise as she grows increasingly certain that something bad is going to happen to her family.

After spending a tense beach day with their friends, the Tylers (inc. Elisabeth Moss), Adelaide and her family return to their vacation home. When darkness falls, the Wilsons discover the silhouette of four figures holding hands as they stand in the driveway…

Us pits an endearing American family against a terrifying and uncanny opponent: doppelgängers of themselves.

Wild Rose

Rose-Lynn Harlan, played by BAFTA Rising Star nominee Jessie Buckley (Beast), is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek.

Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Her mum Marion (Julie Walters) has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn's Nashville nonsense.

Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house (Sophie Okonedo).

Directed by Tom Harper, Wild Rose is an uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth.

Sun, 21 Apr

Missing Link

Meet Mr. Link: 8 feet tall, 630 lbs, and covered in fur, but don't let his appearance fool you... he is funny, sweet, and adorably literal, making him the world's most lovable legend.

Tired of living a solitary life in the Pacific Northwest, Mr. Link recruits fearless explorer Sir Lionel Frost to guide him on a journey to find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, our fearless trio of explorers encounter more than their fair share of peril as they travel to the far reaches of the world to help their new friend. Through it all, the three learn that sometimes you can find a family in the places you least expect.

Dumbo

From Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, the all-new grand live-action adventure Dumbo expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight.

Circus owner Max Medici (Danny DeVito) enlists former star Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) and his children Milly (Nico Parker) and Joe (Finley Hobbins) to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback, attracting persuasive entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton), who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland.

Us

After sending shockwaves across the film industry and setting a new standard for provocative, socially-conscious horror films with his directorial debut, Get Out, Academy Award winner Jordan Peele returns with Us.

Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a Slave) plays Adelaide Wilson, a woman returning to her beachside childhood home with her husband, Gabe (Winston Duke, Black Panther), and their two children for a summer getaway.

Haunted by a mysterious trauma from her past, something made worse by a string of eerie coincidences, Adelaide feels her paranoia rise as she grows increasingly certain that something bad is going to happen to her family.

After spending a tense beach day with their friends, the Tylers (inc. Elisabeth Moss), Adelaide and her family return to their vacation home. When darkness falls, the Wilsons discover the silhouette of four figures holding hands as they stand in the driveway…

Us pits an endearing American family against a terrifying and uncanny opponent: doppelgängers of themselves.

Wild Rose

Rose-Lynn Harlan, played by BAFTA Rising Star nominee Jessie Buckley (Beast), is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek.

Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Her mum Marion (Julie Walters) has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn's Nashville nonsense.

Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house (Sophie Okonedo).

Directed by Tom Harper, Wild Rose is an uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth.

Happy as Lazzaro

This tender film plays out in an isolated village separated from the world by a broken bridge that no one has sought fit to repair. Within the insular community lives the beautiful, sweet natured Lazzaro (talented newcomer Adriano Tardiolo) whose people-pleasing personality is often mistaken for simple-mindedness. Lazzaro is persuaded by the village ruler’s son to help him fake his own kidnapping and steal the ransom. However, the unlikely duo’s plans are soon derailed.

Beautifully shot on Super 16mm by Rohrwacher’s regular cinematographer Hélène Louvart and with echoes of Pasolini, Fellini and Jarman, this heady concoction of folk tales, biblical allegory, social critique and pop culture references, deservedly won the Best Screenplay award at this year’s Cannes.

The Sisters Brothers

Paying homage to the classic Western, director Jacques Audiard tells the story of Eli (Reilly) and Charlie (Phoenix) Sisters, a couple of fraternal assassins in the Old West underworld of the 1850s. The pair are travelling from Oregon to California to find a chemist (Riz Ahmed) who has developed a substance that makes gold easy to spot on the riverbed. Their mission is to finish him off, having extracted the formula first.

Often hilariously ribald, with its share of blood, guts, saloons and shootouts, The Sisters Brothers will also surprise you with its tenderness. Based on the novel by Patrick deWitt.

Mon, 22 Apr

Dumbo

From Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, the all-new grand live-action adventure Dumbo expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight.

Circus owner Max Medici (Danny DeVito) enlists former star Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) and his children Milly (Nico Parker) and Joe (Finley Hobbins) to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback, attracting persuasive entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton), who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland.

Missing Link

Meet Mr. Link: 8 feet tall, 630 lbs, and covered in fur, but don't let his appearance fool you... he is funny, sweet, and adorably literal, making him the world's most lovable legend.

Tired of living a solitary life in the Pacific Northwest, Mr. Link recruits fearless explorer Sir Lionel Frost to guide him on a journey to find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, our fearless trio of explorers encounter more than their fair share of peril as they travel to the far reaches of the world to help their new friend. Through it all, the three learn that sometimes you can find a family in the places you least expect.

Wild Rose

Rose-Lynn Harlan, played by BAFTA Rising Star nominee Jessie Buckley (Beast), is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek.

Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Her mum Marion (Julie Walters) has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn's Nashville nonsense.

Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house (Sophie Okonedo).

Directed by Tom Harper, Wild Rose is an uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth.

Us

After sending shockwaves across the film industry and setting a new standard for provocative, socially-conscious horror films with his directorial debut, Get Out, Academy Award winner Jordan Peele returns with Us.

Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a Slave) plays Adelaide Wilson, a woman returning to her beachside childhood home with her husband, Gabe (Winston Duke, Black Panther), and their two children for a summer getaway.

Haunted by a mysterious trauma from her past, something made worse by a string of eerie coincidences, Adelaide feels her paranoia rise as she grows increasingly certain that something bad is going to happen to her family.

After spending a tense beach day with their friends, the Tylers (inc. Elisabeth Moss), Adelaide and her family return to their vacation home. When darkness falls, the Wilsons discover the silhouette of four figures holding hands as they stand in the driveway…

Us pits an endearing American family against a terrifying and uncanny opponent: doppelgängers of themselves.

The Sisters Brothers

Paying homage to the classic Western, director Jacques Audiard tells the story of Eli (Reilly) and Charlie (Phoenix) Sisters, a couple of fraternal assassins in the Old West underworld of the 1850s. The pair are travelling from Oregon to California to find a chemist (Riz Ahmed) who has developed a substance that makes gold easy to spot on the riverbed. Their mission is to finish him off, having extracted the formula first.

Often hilariously ribald, with its share of blood, guts, saloons and shootouts, The Sisters Brothers will also surprise you with its tenderness. Based on the novel by Patrick deWitt.

Happy as Lazzaro

This tender film plays out in an isolated village separated from the world by a broken bridge that no one has sought fit to repair. Within the insular community lives the beautiful, sweet natured Lazzaro (talented newcomer Adriano Tardiolo) whose people-pleasing personality is often mistaken for simple-mindedness. Lazzaro is persuaded by the village ruler’s son to help him fake his own kidnapping and steal the ransom. However, the unlikely duo’s plans are soon derailed.

Beautifully shot on Super 16mm by Rohrwacher’s regular cinematographer Hélène Louvart and with echoes of Pasolini, Fellini and Jarman, this heady concoction of folk tales, biblical allegory, social critique and pop culture references, deservedly won the Best Screenplay award at this year’s Cannes.

Tue, 23 Apr

Wild Rose

Rose-Lynn Harlan, played by BAFTA Rising Star nominee Jessie Buckley (Beast), is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek.

Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Her mum Marion (Julie Walters) has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn's Nashville nonsense.

Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house (Sophie Okonedo).

Directed by Tom Harper, Wild Rose is an uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth.

Dumbo

From Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, the all-new grand live-action adventure Dumbo expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight.

Circus owner Max Medici (Danny DeVito) enlists former star Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) and his children Milly (Nico Parker) and Joe (Finley Hobbins) to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback, attracting persuasive entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton), who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland.

Us

After sending shockwaves across the film industry and setting a new standard for provocative, socially-conscious horror films with his directorial debut, Get Out, Academy Award winner Jordan Peele returns with Us.

Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a Slave) plays Adelaide Wilson, a woman returning to her beachside childhood home with her husband, Gabe (Winston Duke, Black Panther), and their two children for a summer getaway.

Haunted by a mysterious trauma from her past, something made worse by a string of eerie coincidences, Adelaide feels her paranoia rise as she grows increasingly certain that something bad is going to happen to her family.

After spending a tense beach day with their friends, the Tylers (inc. Elisabeth Moss), Adelaide and her family return to their vacation home. When darkness falls, the Wilsons discover the silhouette of four figures holding hands as they stand in the driveway…

Us pits an endearing American family against a terrifying and uncanny opponent: doppelgängers of themselves.

Happy as Lazzaro

This tender film plays out in an isolated village separated from the world by a broken bridge that no one has sought fit to repair. Within the insular community lives the beautiful, sweet natured Lazzaro (talented newcomer Adriano Tardiolo) whose people-pleasing personality is often mistaken for simple-mindedness. Lazzaro is persuaded by the village ruler’s son to help him fake his own kidnapping and steal the ransom. However, the unlikely duo’s plans are soon derailed.

Beautifully shot on Super 16mm by Rohrwacher’s regular cinematographer Hélène Louvart and with echoes of Pasolini, Fellini and Jarman, this heady concoction of folk tales, biblical allegory, social critique and pop culture references, deservedly won the Best Screenplay award at this year’s Cannes.

The Sisters Brothers

Paying homage to the classic Western, director Jacques Audiard tells the story of Eli (Reilly) and Charlie (Phoenix) Sisters, a couple of fraternal assassins in the Old West underworld of the 1850s. The pair are travelling from Oregon to California to find a chemist (Riz Ahmed) who has developed a substance that makes gold easy to spot on the riverbed. Their mission is to finish him off, having extracted the formula first.

Often hilariously ribald, with its share of blood, guts, saloons and shootouts, The Sisters Brothers will also surprise you with its tenderness. Based on the novel by Patrick deWitt.

Wed, 24 Apr

Dumbo

From Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, the all-new grand live-action adventure Dumbo expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight.

Circus owner Max Medici (Danny DeVito) enlists former star Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) and his children Milly (Nico Parker) and Joe (Finley Hobbins) to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback, attracting persuasive entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton), who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland.

Missing Link

Meet Mr. Link: 8 feet tall, 630 lbs, and covered in fur, but don't let his appearance fool you... he is funny, sweet, and adorably literal, making him the world's most lovable legend.

Tired of living a solitary life in the Pacific Northwest, Mr. Link recruits fearless explorer Sir Lionel Frost to guide him on a journey to find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, our fearless trio of explorers encounter more than their fair share of peril as they travel to the far reaches of the world to help their new friend. Through it all, the three learn that sometimes you can find a family in the places you least expect.

Happy as Lazzaro

This tender film plays out in an isolated village separated from the world by a broken bridge that no one has sought fit to repair. Within the insular community lives the beautiful, sweet natured Lazzaro (talented newcomer Adriano Tardiolo) whose people-pleasing personality is often mistaken for simple-mindedness. Lazzaro is persuaded by the village ruler’s son to help him fake his own kidnapping and steal the ransom. However, the unlikely duo’s plans are soon derailed.

Beautifully shot on Super 16mm by Rohrwacher’s regular cinematographer Hélène Louvart and with echoes of Pasolini, Fellini and Jarman, this heady concoction of folk tales, biblical allegory, social critique and pop culture references, deservedly won the Best Screenplay award at this year’s Cannes.

The Sisters Brothers

Paying homage to the classic Western, director Jacques Audiard tells the story of Eli (Reilly) and Charlie (Phoenix) Sisters, a couple of fraternal assassins in the Old West underworld of the 1850s. The pair are travelling from Oregon to California to find a chemist (Riz Ahmed) who has developed a substance that makes gold easy to spot on the riverbed. Their mission is to finish him off, having extracted the formula first.

Often hilariously ribald, with its share of blood, guts, saloons and shootouts, The Sisters Brothers will also surprise you with its tenderness. Based on the novel by Patrick deWitt.

Wild Rose

Rose-Lynn Harlan, played by BAFTA Rising Star nominee Jessie Buckley (Beast), is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek.

Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Her mum Marion (Julie Walters) has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn's Nashville nonsense.

Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house (Sophie Okonedo).

Directed by Tom Harper, Wild Rose is an uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth.

Us

After sending shockwaves across the film industry and setting a new standard for provocative, socially-conscious horror films with his directorial debut, Get Out, Academy Award winner Jordan Peele returns with Us.

Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a Slave) plays Adelaide Wilson, a woman returning to her beachside childhood home with her husband, Gabe (Winston Duke, Black Panther), and their two children for a summer getaway.

Haunted by a mysterious trauma from her past, something made worse by a string of eerie coincidences, Adelaide feels her paranoia rise as she grows increasingly certain that something bad is going to happen to her family.

After spending a tense beach day with their friends, the Tylers (inc. Elisabeth Moss), Adelaide and her family return to their vacation home. When darkness falls, the Wilsons discover the silhouette of four figures holding hands as they stand in the driveway…

Us pits an endearing American family against a terrifying and uncanny opponent: doppelgängers of themselves.

Science Fiction Theatre presents: Iceman

On an Arctic expedition, Stanley Shephard (Timothy Hutton) discovers "Charlie" (John Lone), a Neanderthal man frozen in ice for 40,000 years. With a team of scientists, Shepard revives Charlie and begins to observe the man and learn about his prehistoric culture. But when the media catches on to the discovery, Stanley must protect Charlie from fellow scientists who want to use his corpse for scientific research…

This special screening is presented by Science Fiction Theatre - a monthly film club dedicated to the exploration and celebration of classic science fiction cinema.

Thu, 25 Apr

Happy as Lazzaro

This tender film plays out in an isolated village separated from the world by a broken bridge that no one has sought fit to repair. Within the insular community lives the beautiful, sweet natured Lazzaro (talented newcomer Adriano Tardiolo) whose people-pleasing personality is often mistaken for simple-mindedness. Lazzaro is persuaded by the village ruler’s son to help him fake his own kidnapping and steal the ransom. However, the unlikely duo’s plans are soon derailed.

Beautifully shot on Super 16mm by Rohrwacher’s regular cinematographer Hélène Louvart and with echoes of Pasolini, Fellini and Jarman, this heady concoction of folk tales, biblical allegory, social critique and pop culture references, deservedly won the Best Screenplay award at this year’s Cannes.

Dumbo

From Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, the all-new grand live-action adventure Dumbo expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight.

Circus owner Max Medici (Danny DeVito) enlists former star Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) and his children Milly (Nico Parker) and Joe (Finley Hobbins) to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback, attracting persuasive entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton), who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland.

Wild Rose

Rose-Lynn Harlan, played by BAFTA Rising Star nominee Jessie Buckley (Beast), is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek.

Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Her mum Marion (Julie Walters) has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn's Nashville nonsense.

Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house (Sophie Okonedo).

Directed by Tom Harper, Wild Rose is an uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth.

The Sisters Brothers

Paying homage to the classic Western, director Jacques Audiard tells the story of Eli (Reilly) and Charlie (Phoenix) Sisters, a couple of fraternal assassins in the Old West underworld of the 1850s. The pair are travelling from Oregon to California to find a chemist (Riz Ahmed) who has developed a substance that makes gold easy to spot on the riverbed. Their mission is to finish him off, having extracted the formula first.

Often hilariously ribald, with its share of blood, guts, saloons and shootouts, The Sisters Brothers will also surprise you with its tenderness. Based on the novel by Patrick deWitt.

Cine-real presents: Being There

A simple-minded gardener named Chance has spent all his life in the Washington D.C. house of an old man. When the man dies, Chance is put out on the street with no knowledge of the world except what he has learned from television. After a run in with a limousine, he ends up a guest of a woman (Eve) and her husband Ben, an influential but sickly businessman. Now called Chauncey Gardner, Chance becomes friend and confidante to Ben, and an unlikely political insider.

Cine-real is one of the only film clubs in the UK to exclusively play films in their original 16mm format. Cine Real is a non-profit organisation which aims to unite film makers and enthusiasts in their appreciation of classic film.

Fri, 26 Apr

Dragged Across Concrete

When disillusioned old-time cop Brett Ridgeman (Mel Gibson) and his cocky younger partner Anthony Lurasetti (Vince Vaughn) are caught on camera forcefully strong-arming a suspect, their renegade approach to law enforcement gets them both suspended. With their egos bruised, and their finances depleted, the pair impulsively resort to a criminal plan which sees them cross paths with Henry Johns, a recently released ex-con desperate to rescue his family from poverty, by any means available.

Punctuated by moments of distressingly savage violence (and a dose of wickedly black humour), Zahler's latest masterwork is an impeccably styled, daringly unconventional genre exercise, likely to enthral and appal in equal measures. Brace yourselves, crime thrillers are rarely boiled quite so hard.

Yuli: The Carlos Acosta Story

Carlos Acosta changed dance forever when he became the first black principal dancer of The Royal Ballet. Born in Cuba, travelling to London and becoming one of the most celebrated performers of our times, this film captures both his incredible life story and footage of Acosta himself interpreting his history through dance.

With beautiful recreations of Cuba under Castro, and with a script from Paul Laverty, the writer of I, Daniel Blake, we follow young Acosta as he bridles against a strict training regime to discover his own voice and unique talent, making sense of himself in the unfamiliar world of London. A stunning tribute to the power of dance.

Mid90s

A spiky coming-of-age movie steeped in the sights, sounds and spirit of ’90s Los Angeles, MID90s follows Stevie, a 13-year-old outcast who spends his summer navigating his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.

Jonah Hill’s time capsule of a directorial debut is an ambitious and authentic portrayal of youthful rebellion, led by a breakout performance from Suljic as Stevie and a glorious soundtrack of tunes from the era.

Loro

The late reign of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is the focus of Paolo Sorrentino's (The Great Beauty) latest film.

Sergio is a guileful businessman who manages a group of young escorts whom he uses to bribe local politicians and authority figures. With a desire for increased political leverage, he sets his eyes on bigger game and makes it his duty to work his way into the ranks of a man with a taste for both hedonism and corruption - the notorious Silvio Berlusconi.

Full of satire and scandal - biopics don’t come more unauthorised than this.

Sat, 27 Apr

Yuli: The Carlos Acosta Story

Carlos Acosta changed dance forever when he became the first black principal dancer of The Royal Ballet. Born in Cuba, travelling to London and becoming one of the most celebrated performers of our times, this film captures both his incredible life story and footage of Acosta himself interpreting his history through dance.

With beautiful recreations of Cuba under Castro, and with a script from Paul Laverty, the writer of I, Daniel Blake, we follow young Acosta as he bridles against a strict training regime to discover his own voice and unique talent, making sense of himself in the unfamiliar world of London. A stunning tribute to the power of dance.

Mid90s

A spiky coming-of-age movie steeped in the sights, sounds and spirit of ’90s Los Angeles, MID90s follows Stevie, a 13-year-old outcast who spends his summer navigating his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.

Jonah Hill’s time capsule of a directorial debut is an ambitious and authentic portrayal of youthful rebellion, led by a breakout performance from Suljic as Stevie and a glorious soundtrack of tunes from the era.

Loro

The late reign of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is the focus of Paolo Sorrentino's (The Great Beauty) latest film.

Sergio is a guileful businessman who manages a group of young escorts whom he uses to bribe local politicians and authority figures. With a desire for increased political leverage, he sets his eyes on bigger game and makes it his duty to work his way into the ranks of a man with a taste for both hedonism and corruption - the notorious Silvio Berlusconi.

Full of satire and scandal - biopics don’t come more unauthorised than this.

Dragged Across Concrete

When disillusioned old-time cop Brett Ridgeman (Mel Gibson) and his cocky younger partner Anthony Lurasetti (Vince Vaughn) are caught on camera forcefully strong-arming a suspect, their renegade approach to law enforcement gets them both suspended. With their egos bruised, and their finances depleted, the pair impulsively resort to a criminal plan which sees them cross paths with Henry Johns, a recently released ex-con desperate to rescue his family from poverty, by any means available.

Punctuated by moments of distressingly savage violence (and a dose of wickedly black humour), Zahler's latest masterwork is an impeccably styled, daringly unconventional genre exercise, likely to enthral and appal in equal measures. Brace yourselves, crime thrillers are rarely boiled quite so hard.

Sun, 28 Apr

Yuli: The Carlos Acosta Story

Carlos Acosta changed dance forever when he became the first black principal dancer of The Royal Ballet. Born in Cuba, travelling to London and becoming one of the most celebrated performers of our times, this film captures both his incredible life story and footage of Acosta himself interpreting his history through dance.

With beautiful recreations of Cuba under Castro, and with a script from Paul Laverty, the writer of I, Daniel Blake, we follow young Acosta as he bridles against a strict training regime to discover his own voice and unique talent, making sense of himself in the unfamiliar world of London. A stunning tribute to the power of dance.

Mid90s

A spiky coming-of-age movie steeped in the sights, sounds and spirit of ’90s Los Angeles, MID90s follows Stevie, a 13-year-old outcast who spends his summer navigating his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.

Jonah Hill’s time capsule of a directorial debut is an ambitious and authentic portrayal of youthful rebellion, led by a breakout performance from Suljic as Stevie and a glorious soundtrack of tunes from the era.

Dragged Across Concrete

When disillusioned old-time cop Brett Ridgeman (Mel Gibson) and his cocky younger partner Anthony Lurasetti (Vince Vaughn) are caught on camera forcefully strong-arming a suspect, their renegade approach to law enforcement gets them both suspended. With their egos bruised, and their finances depleted, the pair impulsively resort to a criminal plan which sees them cross paths with Henry Johns, a recently released ex-con desperate to rescue his family from poverty, by any means available.

Punctuated by moments of distressingly savage violence (and a dose of wickedly black humour), Zahler's latest masterwork is an impeccably styled, daringly unconventional genre exercise, likely to enthral and appal in equal measures. Brace yourselves, crime thrillers are rarely boiled quite so hard.

Cine-real presents: Being There

A simple-minded gardener named Chance has spent all his life in the Washington D.C. house of an old man. When the man dies, Chance is put out on the street with no knowledge of the world except what he has learned from television. After a run in with a limousine, he ends up a guest of a woman (Eve) and her husband Ben, an influential but sickly businessman. Now called Chauncey Gardner, Chance becomes friend and confidante to Ben, and an unlikely political insider.

Cine-real is one of the only film clubs in the UK to exclusively play films in their original 16mm format. Cine Real is a non-profit organisation which aims to unite film makers and enthusiasts in their appreciation of classic film.

Loro

The late reign of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is the focus of Paolo Sorrentino's (The Great Beauty) latest film.

Sergio is a guileful businessman who manages a group of young escorts whom he uses to bribe local politicians and authority figures. With a desire for increased political leverage, he sets his eyes on bigger game and makes it his duty to work his way into the ranks of a man with a taste for both hedonism and corruption - the notorious Silvio Berlusconi.

Full of satire and scandal - biopics don’t come more unauthorised than this.

Mon, 29 Apr

Dragged Across Concrete

When disillusioned old-time cop Brett Ridgeman (Mel Gibson) and his cocky younger partner Anthony Lurasetti (Vince Vaughn) are caught on camera forcefully strong-arming a suspect, their renegade approach to law enforcement gets them both suspended. With their egos bruised, and their finances depleted, the pair impulsively resort to a criminal plan which sees them cross paths with Henry Johns, a recently released ex-con desperate to rescue his family from poverty, by any means available.

Punctuated by moments of distressingly savage violence (and a dose of wickedly black humour), Zahler's latest masterwork is an impeccably styled, daringly unconventional genre exercise, likely to enthral and appal in equal measures. Brace yourselves, crime thrillers are rarely boiled quite so hard.

Mid90s

A spiky coming-of-age movie steeped in the sights, sounds and spirit of ’90s Los Angeles, MID90s follows Stevie, a 13-year-old outcast who spends his summer navigating his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.

Jonah Hill’s time capsule of a directorial debut is an ambitious and authentic portrayal of youthful rebellion, led by a breakout performance from Suljic as Stevie and a glorious soundtrack of tunes from the era.

Yuli: The Carlos Acosta Story

Carlos Acosta changed dance forever when he became the first black principal dancer of The Royal Ballet. Born in Cuba, travelling to London and becoming one of the most celebrated performers of our times, this film captures both his incredible life story and footage of Acosta himself interpreting his history through dance.

With beautiful recreations of Cuba under Castro, and with a script from Paul Laverty, the writer of I, Daniel Blake, we follow young Acosta as he bridles against a strict training regime to discover his own voice and unique talent, making sense of himself in the unfamiliar world of London. A stunning tribute to the power of dance.

Loro

The late reign of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is the focus of Paolo Sorrentino's (The Great Beauty) latest film.

Sergio is a guileful businessman who manages a group of young escorts whom he uses to bribe local politicians and authority figures. With a desire for increased political leverage, he sets his eyes on bigger game and makes it his duty to work his way into the ranks of a man with a taste for both hedonism and corruption - the notorious Silvio Berlusconi.

Full of satire and scandal - biopics don’t come more unauthorised than this.

Tue, 30 Apr

Dragged Across Concrete

When disillusioned old-time cop Brett Ridgeman (Mel Gibson) and his cocky younger partner Anthony Lurasetti (Vince Vaughn) are caught on camera forcefully strong-arming a suspect, their renegade approach to law enforcement gets them both suspended. With their egos bruised, and their finances depleted, the pair impulsively resort to a criminal plan which sees them cross paths with Henry Johns, a recently released ex-con desperate to rescue his family from poverty, by any means available.

Punctuated by moments of distressingly savage violence (and a dose of wickedly black humour), Zahler's latest masterwork is an impeccably styled, daringly unconventional genre exercise, likely to enthral and appal in equal measures. Brace yourselves, crime thrillers are rarely boiled quite so hard.

Yuli: The Carlos Acosta Story

Carlos Acosta changed dance forever when he became the first black principal dancer of The Royal Ballet. Born in Cuba, travelling to London and becoming one of the most celebrated performers of our times, this film captures both his incredible life story and footage of Acosta himself interpreting his history through dance.

With beautiful recreations of Cuba under Castro, and with a script from Paul Laverty, the writer of I, Daniel Blake, we follow young Acosta as he bridles against a strict training regime to discover his own voice and unique talent, making sense of himself in the unfamiliar world of London. A stunning tribute to the power of dance.

Mid90s

A spiky coming-of-age movie steeped in the sights, sounds and spirit of ’90s Los Angeles, MID90s follows Stevie, a 13-year-old outcast who spends his summer navigating his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.

Jonah Hill’s time capsule of a directorial debut is an ambitious and authentic portrayal of youthful rebellion, led by a breakout performance from Suljic as Stevie and a glorious soundtrack of tunes from the era.

Loro

The late reign of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is the focus of Paolo Sorrentino's (The Great Beauty) latest film.

Sergio is a guileful businessman who manages a group of young escorts whom he uses to bribe local politicians and authority figures. With a desire for increased political leverage, he sets his eyes on bigger game and makes it his duty to work his way into the ranks of a man with a taste for both hedonism and corruption - the notorious Silvio Berlusconi.

Full of satire and scandal - biopics don’t come more unauthorised than this.

Wed, 1 May

Loro

The late reign of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is the focus of Paolo Sorrentino's (The Great Beauty) latest film.

Sergio is a guileful businessman who manages a group of young escorts whom he uses to bribe local politicians and authority figures. With a desire for increased political leverage, he sets his eyes on bigger game and makes it his duty to work his way into the ranks of a man with a taste for both hedonism and corruption - the notorious Silvio Berlusconi.

Full of satire and scandal - biopics don’t come more unauthorised than this.

Mid90s

A spiky coming-of-age movie steeped in the sights, sounds and spirit of ’90s Los Angeles, MID90s follows Stevie, a 13-year-old outcast who spends his summer navigating his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.

Jonah Hill’s time capsule of a directorial debut is an ambitious and authentic portrayal of youthful rebellion, led by a breakout performance from Suljic as Stevie and a glorious soundtrack of tunes from the era.

Yuli: The Carlos Acosta Story

Carlos Acosta changed dance forever when he became the first black principal dancer of The Royal Ballet. Born in Cuba, travelling to London and becoming one of the most celebrated performers of our times, this film captures both his incredible life story and footage of Acosta himself interpreting his history through dance.

With beautiful recreations of Cuba under Castro, and with a script from Paul Laverty, the writer of I, Daniel Blake, we follow young Acosta as he bridles against a strict training regime to discover his own voice and unique talent, making sense of himself in the unfamiliar world of London. A stunning tribute to the power of dance.

Dragged Across Concrete

When disillusioned old-time cop Brett Ridgeman (Mel Gibson) and his cocky younger partner Anthony Lurasetti (Vince Vaughn) are caught on camera forcefully strong-arming a suspect, their renegade approach to law enforcement gets them both suspended. With their egos bruised, and their finances depleted, the pair impulsively resort to a criminal plan which sees them cross paths with Henry Johns, a recently released ex-con desperate to rescue his family from poverty, by any means available.

Punctuated by moments of distressingly savage violence (and a dose of wickedly black humour), Zahler's latest masterwork is an impeccably styled, daringly unconventional genre exercise, likely to enthral and appal in equal measures. Brace yourselves, crime thrillers are rarely boiled quite so hard.

Thu, 2 May

Mid90s

A spiky coming-of-age movie steeped in the sights, sounds and spirit of ’90s Los Angeles, MID90s follows Stevie, a 13-year-old outcast who spends his summer navigating his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.

Jonah Hill’s time capsule of a directorial debut is an ambitious and authentic portrayal of youthful rebellion, led by a breakout performance from Suljic as Stevie and a glorious soundtrack of tunes from the era.

Yuli: The Carlos Acosta Story

Carlos Acosta changed dance forever when he became the first black principal dancer of The Royal Ballet. Born in Cuba, travelling to London and becoming one of the most celebrated performers of our times, this film captures both his incredible life story and footage of Acosta himself interpreting his history through dance.

With beautiful recreations of Cuba under Castro, and with a script from Paul Laverty, the writer of I, Daniel Blake, we follow young Acosta as he bridles against a strict training regime to discover his own voice and unique talent, making sense of himself in the unfamiliar world of London. A stunning tribute to the power of dance.

Loro

The late reign of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is the focus of Paolo Sorrentino's (The Great Beauty) latest film.

Sergio is a guileful businessman who manages a group of young escorts whom he uses to bribe local politicians and authority figures. With a desire for increased political leverage, he sets his eyes on bigger game and makes it his duty to work his way into the ranks of a man with a taste for both hedonism and corruption - the notorious Silvio Berlusconi.

Full of satire and scandal - biopics don’t come more unauthorised than this.

Dragged Across Concrete

When disillusioned old-time cop Brett Ridgeman (Mel Gibson) and his cocky younger partner Anthony Lurasetti (Vince Vaughn) are caught on camera forcefully strong-arming a suspect, their renegade approach to law enforcement gets them both suspended. With their egos bruised, and their finances depleted, the pair impulsively resort to a criminal plan which sees them cross paths with Henry Johns, a recently released ex-con desperate to rescue his family from poverty, by any means available.

Punctuated by moments of distressingly savage violence (and a dose of wickedly black humour), Zahler's latest masterwork is an impeccably styled, daringly unconventional genre exercise, likely to enthral and appal in equal measures. Brace yourselves, crime thrillers are rarely boiled quite so hard.

Thu, 23 May

Science Fiction Theatre presents: The Box

A suburban couple, Norma (Cameron Diaz) and Arthur (James Marsden), face a moral dilemma when they receive a gift that bears irrevocable consequences. With the press of a button, their simple wooden box will bestow $1 million; however, a stranger somewhere else will die, at the same time. The box will be theirs for only 24 hours, and as time ticks away, Norma and Arthur confront the depth of their humanity as they consider their choices…

This special screening is presented by Science Fiction Theatre - a monthly film club dedicated to the exploration and celebration of classic science fiction cinema.

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