Weekend Matinees at 11:30am

<cite>The Seventh Seal</cite>


Sat 28 May

Sun 29 May


The Seventh Seal [35mm]

directed by Ingmar Bergman in Swedish starring Max von Sydow, Gunnar Björnstrand, Bengt Ekerot (1957)

Disillusioned and exhausted after a decade of battling in the Crusades, a knight (Max von Sydow) encounters Death on a desolate beach and challenges him to a fateful game of chess. Much studied, imitated, even parodied, but never outdone, Bergman’s stunning allegory of man’s search for meaning, The Seventh Seal was one of the benchmark foreign imports of America’s 1950s art-house heyday, pushing cinema’s boundaries and ushering in a new era of moviegoing.



Sun 29 May


directed by Ben Wheatley in English starring Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans, Elisabeth Moss (2015)

Official Selection at Toronto International Film Festival 2015

Life for the residents of a tower block begins to run out of control.

“Visionary film-making, wildly ambitious, very caustic and hitting the bull's eye of almost every target in its sights.” —Independent

<cite>The Red Shoes</cite>


Sat 4 Jun

Sun 5 Jun


The Red Shoes [35mm]

directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger in English starring Moira Shearer, Marius Goring, Anton Walbrook (1948)

A glorious Technicolor epic that influenced generations of filmmakers, artists, and aspiring ballerinas, The Red Shoes intricately weaves backstage life with the thrill of performance. A young ballerina (Moira Shearer) is torn between two forces: the composer who loves her (Marius Goring), and the impresario determined to fashion her into a great dancer (Anton Walbrook).

“The movie that plays in my heart.” —Martin Scorsese

<cite>Renoir: Revered and Reviled</cite>


Sat 18 Jun

Sun 19 Jun


Renoir: Revered and Reviled

directed by Phil Grabsky in English (2016)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir is known and loved for his impressionist paintings of Paris. These paintings count among the world’s favourites. Renoir, however, grew tired of this style and changed course. This stunning film – based on the remarkable collection of 181 Renoirs at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia – examines the direction he then took and why it provokes such extreme reactions right up to today.



Sat 18 Jun

Sun 19 Jun


Yojimbo [35mm]

directed by Akira Kurosawa in Japanese starring Toshirô Mifune, Eijirô Tôno, Tatsuya Nakadai (1961)

The incomparable Toshiro Mifune stars in Akira Kurosawa’s visually stunning and darkly comic Yojimbo. To rid a terror-stricken village of corruption, wily masterless samurai Sanjuro turns a range war between two evil clans to his own advantage. Remade twice, by Sergio Leone and Walter Hill, this exhilarating genre-twister remains one of the most influential and entertaining films of all time.



Sat 25 Jun

Sun 26 Jun



directed by Fritz Lang in German starring Peter Lorre, Ellen Widmann, Inge Landgut (1931)

In his harrowing masterwork M, Fritz Lang merges trenchant social commentary with chilling suspense, creating a panorama of private madness and public hysteria that to this day remains the blueprint for the psychological thriller. A psychopathic murderer of young girls terrorizes a German city causing public hysteria and intense police investigations, which in turn disrupts organized crime. The contrasting worlds of the police and the underworld are juxtaposed as they both resolve to hunt, capture, and try the murderer.

<cite>NT Live: One Man, Two Guvnors</cite>


Sat 25 Jun

NT Live: One Man, Two Guvnors

directed by Richard Bean in English starring James Corden, Jemima Rooper, Oliver Chris

For a limited time only, National Theatre Live’s Encore Series brings a selection of award-winning British theatre productions to your local cinema.

Featuring a Tony Award-winning performance from host of the The Late Late Show, James Corden, the uproarious One Man, Two Guvnors was a runaway hit both in London’s West End and on Broadway.

Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe, a small time East End hood, now in Brighton to collect £6,000 from his fiancée’s dad. But Roscoe is really his sister Rachel posing as her own dead brother, who’s been killed by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers. Holed up at The Cricketers’ Arms, the permanently ravenous Francis spots the chance of an extra meal ticket and takes a second job with one Stanley Stubbers, who is hiding from the police and waiting to be re-united with Rachel. To prevent discovery, Francis must keep his two guvnors apart. Simple.

“Slapstick, satire and gags galore: a comedy classic hilariously updated.” —New York Times

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