Did you miss out on seeing Moonage Daydream the other day? Well we decided once just wasn’t enough for this amazing film so we have scheduled a second screening on Thursday 10th November at 4.15pm. This gives you a bit of time to work out how to wangle an afternoon off work.
Apart from that piece of good news our November programme is now available on the website and is packed full of the best of the current crop of new releases. We are delighted to be screening My Bones Are Woven, a documentary about the innovative textile artist and designer Ann Sutton; Emily, the story of Emily Bronte the rebel and misfit writer who died too young at the age of 30, and Hilma, which explores the enigmatic life of Hilma af Klint now recognised as one of the Western world’s first abstract artists.
Official Competition on Thursday stars Penelope Cruz as a borderline tyrannical auteur with a bonkers streak. A very funny send up of the film industry.
Are you searching for undemanding escapism? Then look no further than Friday’s film Ticket to Paradise starring Clooney and Roberts on great form in this fun, frolicking, adventure caper.
Led by Florence Pugh in Don't Worry Darling, this glossy thriller with its well built tension and twisty turny plot will have you very well entertained on Saturday night.night.
Classic beats with The Blues Brothers on Saturday 12th November.