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Tue
07
Jan
2014
 
  • Period drama
  • UK
  • Colour
  • 111 mins.
Be transported to sun-drenched Florence by one of Merchant Ivory’s best loved films! A young Englishwoman’s Grand Tour of Europe is transformed into a journey of self-discovery in this warm and totally captivating Romantic comedy/drama. An all-star cast, including Helena Bonham Carter, Daniel Day Lewis, Maggie Smith,…
Sat
31
Oct
2015
 
  • Classic horror
  • USA
  • Colour
  • 138 mins.
When young couple Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse move into a New York apartment building with a disturbing history, strange things begin to happen. As the bad dreams and unexplained noises intensify, Rosemary becomes pregnant and begins to suspect that their friendly circle of neighbours are not what…
Tue
21
Aug
2012
 
  • Comedy / Romance
  • France
  • Colour
  • 77 mins.
If this movie does not put a smile on your face, you're made of stone! Dave Sturm IMDB Writers/ directors/actors Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon prove worthy heirs to the gangly genius of Jacques Tati in this surreal comic gem about two primary school teachers with a…
Tue
10
Jul
2007
 
  • Colour
Audacious in conception and breathtaking in execution, this compelling compendium of historical incident and cultural ideas will thrill anyone with a passion for film. The manner in which director Aleksandr Sokurov has choreographed Tilman Büttner's single-take Steadicam waltz around St Petersburg's Hermitage museum is pure cinematic poetry.…
Sun
30
Aug
2015
 
  • Documentary
  • France/Brazil/Italy
  • Colour
  • 110 mins.
VIEWING SESSION In July and August we've chosen screenings of new releases in the Eden Court Cinema programme for viewing and informal discussion. We'll be joining the Eden Court Cinema audience at this performance and then chatting it over afterwards in informal discussion, lead by arts writer…
Tue
01
Dec
2015
 
  • Documentary, music
  • USA
  • Colour
  • 102 mins.
Be transported around the Globe and immerse yourself in scenes of natural beauty, sacred places and man-made landscapes in this stunning documentary. Filmed in 25 countries, (including USA, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Kenya, Denmark, Brazil, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Italy, Ghana, Egypt, China, Japan) on five…
Tue
18
Jul
2006
 
  • Colour
Ingmar Bergman closed one of cinema's most significant careers with this sequel to 1973's Scenes from a Marriage. Divided into ten, book-ended chapters, this made-for-TV film starts off focusing on Liv Ullmann's long-overdue reunion with ex-husband Erland Josephson. But it soon shifts to the tensions between Josephson's…
Mon
21
Sep
2015
 
  • Crime drama
  • USA
  • B&W
  • 93 mins.
When Chicago crime boss Big Louis Costello is murdered, Johnny Lovo becomes head of the mob with ruthless hitman Tony Camonte as his second in command. Tony soon becomes a loose cannon, ignoring orders from the boss, stirring up trouble with a rival gang and getting rid…
Tue
29
Mar
2016
 
  • Crime mystery
  • Argentina/Spain
  • Colour
  • 129 mins.
Retired criminal investigator Benjamín Espósito (Ricardo Darín) is writing a novel in an attempt to put an unsolved case to rest. He enlists the help of a former colleague, Irene (Soledad Villamil) who is now a judge and the case is reopened, leading to stunning revelations of…
Tue
07
Apr
2015
 
  • Drama
  • UK
  • Colour
  • 142 mins.
Nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress (Marianne Jean-Baptiste), Best Actress (Brenda Blethyn) and winner of the Palme d'Or award at the Cannes Film Festival, Secrets and Lies is one of Mike Leigh's most critically acclaimed films and a…
Tue
28
Jul
2015
 
  • UK
  • B&W
  • 116 mins.
Aristocrat Tony (James Fox) hires a seemingly loyal manservant, Hugo Barnett (Dirk Bogarde) who slowly turns the tables of power on his master. Barnett brings his alluring sister Vera (Sarah Miles) to the house to work as a maid, embarking on a sinister, psychological game of deceit…
Tue
04
Nov
2014
 
  • Classic action drama
  • Japan
  • B&W
  • 190 mins.
One of the most influential films ever made, Kurosawa's thrilling epic adventure features stunning action sequences, memorable characters and an engrossing story of heroism and humanity. The tale of a poor village under attack by bandits and the seven Samurai employed to defend them has inspired countless…
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