Feb
19
Tue
Coco (U)
Feb 19 @ 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm

Half Term Children’s Matinee Screening

Despite his family’s baffling generations-old ban on music, Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colourful Land of the Dead following a mysterious chain of events. Along the way, he meets charming trickster Hector, and together, they set off on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel’s family history.

“This is a charming and very memorable film.” **** The Guardian

USA  2017  105 mins (Animation) 

Subsidised Film Tickets:  Film tickets £2 per person (adult and child).

 

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Soft drinks bar, with bar snacks, available from 1.30 pm.

Advance tickets available from Foxlowe Gallery or online.

Tickets normally also available on the door.

 

BBFC Classification guidelines

The Wife (15)
Feb 19 @ 7:45 pm – 9:30 pm

Glenn Close gives a truly masterful performance in award-winning Swedish filmmaker Björn Runge’s hugely enjoyable drama. She is Joan Castleman, an elegant woman who has spent forty years sacrificing her own talent, dreams and ambitions to support her charismatic husband Joe (Jonathan Pryce) and his high profile literary career. But from the moment the couple arrive in Stockholm, where Joe is about to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature, tensions arise as long-kept secrets are in danger of being revealed by an insistent would-be biographer and past indiscretions are brought to the fore.

UK/Sweden/USA  2017  100 mins

 

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.

Advance tickets available from Foxlowe Gallery or online.

Tickets normally also available on the door.

 

BBFC Classification guidelines

Feb
26
Tue
Wind River (15)
Feb 26 @ 7:45 pm – 9:30 pm

When game tracker, Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner) discovers a body in the wilderness of the Wild River Indian Reservation, the FBI sends out rookie agent Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen) to investigate. Enlisting the taciturn Lambert to assist with her investigation, Agent Banner must contend with a haunted past and a community beset by drugs, violence and the elements in their search for a predator. Sicario and Hell or High Water writer, Taylor Sheridan, moves into the director’s chair to create an acclaimed, riveting thriller set at the fringes of the American West in the wintry vastness of Wyoming.

“One terrific, offbeat and heart-pounding thriller.” The Observer.

UK/Canada/USA  2017  107 min

 

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.

Advance tickets available from Foxlowe Gallery or online.

Tickets normally also available on the door.

 

BBFC Classification guidelines

Mar
5
Tue
Cold War (15)
Mar 5 @ 7:45 pm – 9:15 pm

Pawel Pawlikowski (director of Oscar winning Ida) returns with an exquisite monochrome drama told against the backdrop of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris, winning best director award at Cannes in the process. In the ruins of post-war Poland, pianist Wiktor and singer Zula fall obsessively in love, after being thrown fatefully together by a Soviet sponsored talent contest seeking authentic Polish folk singers. When their touring company appears in East-Berlin they spot their chance to make a break for Paris, each making a split second decision that will mark their lives forever.  Pawlikowski tells a breathtaking, impossible love story in impossible times, with a stunning soundtrack that takes you from the rustic folk songs of rural Poland to the sultry jazz of a Paris basement bar.

Poland/France/UK (subtitled)  2018  88 mins (Black and White)

 

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.

Advance tickets available from Foxlowe Gallery or online.

Tickets normally also available on the door.

 

BBFC Classification guidelines

Mar
12
Tue
Under the Tree (U)
Mar 12 @ 7:45 pm – 9:15 pm

When Baldwin and Inga’s neighbours complain that a tree in their backyard casts a shadow over their sundeck, what starts off as a typical spat unexpectedly and violently spirals out of control. Family drama and black comedy mix in a distinctive and freewheeling picture of suburban warfare. One side views the tree as a beautiful piece of nature; the other, an obstruction to sunbathing.

“Skillfully whips absurdist comedy and chilling tragedy into a froth of surging hostilities.”  The New York Times.

Iceland  2017 89 mins  (subtitled) (Director: Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurasson)

 

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.

Advance tickets available from Foxlowe Gallery or online.

Tickets normally also available on the door.

 

BBFC Classification guidelines

Mar
13
Wed
Bikes vs. Cars
Mar 13 @ 7:45 pm – 9:15 pm

The bicycle, an amazing tool for change. Activists and cities all over the world are moving towards a new system. But will the economic powers allow it? Bikes vs Cars, the latest film project from Bananas!* and Big Boys Gone Bananas!* director Fredrik Gertten, looks into and investigates the daily global drama in traffic in five major cities around the world. Bike advocates have their say but so do people who love their cars.

“Breezy, intelligent, diffuse but uncluttered, Fredrik Gertten’s documentary “Bikes vs Cars” could be called a tale of congestion-plagued cities. The film, which examines the high cost that urban centers, especially Los Angeles and São Paulo, Brazil, pay for accommodating automobiles, benefits greatly from a range of viewpoints.” New York Times.

Sweden 2015  90 min 

 

Free entry – donations welcome.

There will be a Fairtrade stall in the bar before the start of the film.

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.

NB Documentary screenings are now on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.

Mar
19
Tue
Disobedience (15)
Mar 19 @ 7:45 pm – 9:45 pm

Disobedience is director Sebastián Lelio’s (A Fantastic Woman) English language debut, a rich and rewarding British drama about forbidden love and fighting for what you truly believe in. Rachel Weisz stars as Ronit, a photographer happily living a bohemian life in New York, who returns to London after the death of her father. Once back, and again the black sheep of the Orthodox Jewish community, she discovers that her childhood friend Esti, with whom she once shared a complicated romantic bond, is now the wife of the young rabbi most likely to replace her father at the synagogue.

“This is richly satisfying and powerfully acted work.” The Guardian.

UK/Ireland/USA 2018 114 mins  

 

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.

Advance tickets available from Foxlowe Gallery or online.

Tickets normally also available on the door.

 

BBFC Classification guidelines

Mar
26
Tue
Wildlife (15)
Mar 26 @ 7:45 pm – 9:30 pm

When teenager Joe and his parents move to suburban Montana, a fresh start seems to be on the cards, but cracks soon show when his volatile father Jerry loses his job and then leaves to fight forest fires raging around the city. Actor Paul Dano makes his directorial debut, adapting Richard Ford’s novel, to create a sober, beautifully realised postwar American drama, meticulously performed by Ed Oxenbould, Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal.

“A beautifully observed study … an extraordinary performance by Mulligan.” Empire.

USA  2018  104 mins 

 

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.

Advance tickets available from Foxlowe Gallery or online.

Tickets normally also available on the door.

 

BBFC Classification guidelines

Apr
2
Tue
Shoplifters (15)
Apr 2 @ 7:45 pm – 9:45 pm

Hirokazu Kore-eda’s (Like Father, Like Son, Our Little Sister) Palme d’Or winning new film is a profoundly moving drama about the forces holding a struggling family together.  It’s being hailed as among the very best in the celebrated writer-director’s career and has inspired rave reviews.  The Shibatas are poverty-stricken and routinely turn to petty thieving to make ends meet, but nonetheless, when they happen upon Yuri, a little girl sheltering from the cold, she is welcomed into the family. Kore-eda’s trademark subtlety and nuanced moral inquiry, give rare prominence to Japanese society’s urban underclass with compassion and insight. “Kore-eda’s audacious latest steals the heart. A rich, satisfying and deeply intelligent film.” ***** The Guardian.

Japan (subtitled) 2018 115 mins       

 

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.

Advance tickets available from Foxlowe Gallery or online.

Tickets normally also available on the door.

 

BBFC Classification guidelines

Apr
9
Tue
A Star is Born (15)
Apr 9 @ 7:45 pm – 10:00 pm

Bradley Cooper directs and co-stars in this supremely watchable update, playing Jackson Maine, a gravel-voiced superstar country-rocker running on empty personally and emotionally. One night, when low on booze, he makes a detour to a nondescript bar, where he discovers an unconventionally beautiful and talented young singer. Lady Gaga is bewitching in Streisand’s shoes as Ally, whose glorious career soars while Jackson’s spirals downwards.

“By dumping the usual Hollywood bull for something that feels raw, scrappy and lived in, Cooper and Gaga knock it out of the park.  Their movie, one of the year’s very best, is a modern musical classic. The Oscar race is officially on.” The Rolling Stone.

UK/USA 2018  136 mins     

 

Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.

Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.

Advance tickets available from Foxlowe Gallery or online.

Tickets normally also available on the door.

 

BBFC Classification guidelines

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