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Back to all posts CODA is now showing at No6 on Sat 30th April at 7pm

Just as we were explaining to all and sundry that we couldn’t show the Oscar winning film CODAbecause it was an Apple TV title and only available to stream (bah), the jolly old British Film Institute and all round promoter and caretaker of all that is good and great in film has stepped up to distribute it. So there it is…and we will be screening it on Saturday 30th April.

In 1961, Kempton Bunton, a 60 year old taxi driver, steals Goya's portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London.

Thursday is matinee day and The Duke will be getting its final airing at No6 at 4.15pm with subtitles. Free tea/coffee and a biscuit, matinee prices and tucked up back at home before dark, what’s not to like!

Considered the world’s first documentary feature, this is the story of the 1914-1916 Antarctic exploration mission of Sir Ernest Shackleton.

Thursday evening and the chance to see the incredible South. A startling record of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s gruelling Antarctic odyssey. The recent discovery of The Endurance makes this film even more poignant. Cut off when the ship sank crushed by pack ice this is a lesson in stiff-upper lip optimism.

The true story of Maurice Flitcroft, the worst golfer to ever play the British Open.

Phantom of the Open is right on par with this whimsical comedy-drama and don’t we need some lightheartedness. The 19th hole will be open from 6.15pm for Friday night drinkies.

A cyborg, identical to the one who failed to kill Sarah Connor, must now protect her ten-year-old son John from a more advanced and powerful cyborg.

Terminator 2 Judgement Dayneeds no introduction from me! Saturday night’s film has been selected by our Young Programmers who have exceedingly good taste.

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