Back Past Screenings
Tue
21
Jan
2020
 
  • Horror, Mystery, Thriller
  • South Korea
  • Colour
  • 156 mins.
When a mysterious sickness causes a spate of horrifically brutal murders in a remote village, the media blames poisonous mushrooms. But detective Jong-Goo (Do Wan Kwak), whose young daughter appears afflicted, has cause to suspect an elderly stranger (Jun Kunimura) recently arrived from Japan. Despite plunging us…
Tue
13
Nov
2018
 
  • Advernture, Fantasy
  • USA
  • Colour
  • 102 mins.
Follow the yellow brick road! Young Dorothy lives on a farm in Kansas where a large tornado picks her house, and her dog up and deposits them in the Land of Oz where things are strange and beautiful, but Dorothy just wants to get back home. She's…
Tue
13
Sep
2016
 
  • Silent fantasy adventure
  • USA
  • B&W
  • 155 mins.
With live accompaniment from Forrester Pyke. A crafty thief (Douglas Fairbanks) sneaks into the palace of Bagdad, where, passing himself off as a nobleman, he falls in love with the beautiful princess (Julanne Johnston). But thieves can’t simply marry princesses! A test is devised to select a…
Tue
19
Mar
2013
 
  • Comedy/Drama/Romance
  • USA
  • Colour
  • 118 mins mins.
  "With witty dialogue, endearing characters and an all star performance by the film's lead men, A Thousand Clowns is a sure winner for all audiences. The film is made all the more classic due to its handling of a subject we can all relate to: To…
Tue
12
Jul
2011
 
  • Drama
  • France/Switzerland/Poland
  • Colour
  • 93 mins.
Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski already had the sublime and unsurpassable Dekalog series to his credit when he embarked upon this trilogy, named after the colours of the French flag and derived from the Revolutionary principles of liberty, equality and fraternity. Juliette Binoche gives an intense yet sensitive…
Tue
09
Aug
2011
 
  • Drama
  • France/Switzerland/Poland
  • Colour
  • 99 mins.
Earning Krzysztof Kieslowski Oscar nominations for both script (co-written by Krzysztof Piesiewicz) and direction, this concluding part of his tricolour trilogy has much in common with his earlier The Double Life of Véronique. Not only does it reunite him with Irène Jacob, but it also explores the…
Tue
20
Feb
2007
 
  • Colour
A woman returns an injured dog to its owner, a retired judge who repays the favour by secretly arranging her a date with a lawyer. Drama exploring the theme of friendship, concluding Krysztof Kieslowski's trilogy, starring Irene Jacob, Jean-Louis Trintignant and Jean-Pierre Lorit. In French.
Tue
26
Jul
2011
 
  • Comedy drama
  • France/Switzerland/Poland
  • Colour
  • 91 mins.
The second film in Krzysztof Kieslowski's trilogy inspired by the ideals of the French Revolution is the slightest of the series, yet there is still much to admire in a movie intended as a tribute to Charlie Chaplin. Although a comedy, White is an examination of the…
Tue
12
Aug
2008
 
Tue
13
Jan
2015
 
  • Second World War romantic drama
  • USA
  • B&W
  • 96 mins.
When 19 year old Lauren Bacall made her screen debut opposite Humphrey Bogart in To Have and To Have Not Bogart met his match both on and off screen. Set on the island of Martinique during Nazi occupation, the skipper of a charter boat Harry Morgan (Bogart)…
Tue
08
Jul
2014
 
  • Classic drama
  • USA
  • B&W
  • 129 mins.
Based on Harper Lee's much loved Pulitzer Prize winning novel and featuring Gregory Peck's Oscar winning performance as Alabama lawyer Atticus Finch, To Kill A Mockingbird is simply the finest screen adaptation in cinema history. Seen through the eyes of Finch's young daughter Scout, Harper Lee's story…
Page 31 of 34
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z