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    Love Sarah (Matinee)

    01/11/2020

    Starring Celia Imrie, Shannon Tarbet, Rupert Penry-Jones and Bill Paterson, this film is about a young woman setting up a bakery in Notting Hill with the help of her grandma and an old friend. Full of charm and nice cakes.




    Love Sarah

    02/11/2020

    Starring Celia Imrie, Shannon Tarbet, Rupert Penry-Jones and Bill Paterson, this film is about a young woman setting up a bakery in Notting Hill with the help of her grandma and an old friend. Full of charm and nice cakes.




    I am Greta

    04/11/2020

    Documentary film directed by Nathan Grossman, following climate change activist Greta Thunberg from her school strikes to addressing the United Nations in an attempt to get the world to wake up to the reality of its environmental problems.




    The Secret Garden

    06/11/2020 - 07/11/2020

    Starring Colin Firth and Julie Walters, this newest version of the classic children’s story was filmed at the National Trust’s Bodnant Gardens, as well as Iford Manor and Helmsley Walled gardens.




    The Secret Garden (Matinee)

    08/11/2020

    Starring Colin Firth and Julie Walters, this newest version of the classic children’s story was filmed at the National Trust’s Bodnant Gardens, as well as Iford Manor and Helmsley Walled gardens.




    La Haine

    09/11/2020

    French film with sub-titles. In black and white.
    25th anniversary cinema re-release of Mathieu Kassovitz’s visceral and inventive film, starring Vincent Cassel, Hubert Koundé, Saïd Taghmaoui.
    Based on real events, La Haine focuses on three friends over the course of one day in the housing projects of suburban Paris in the aftermath of a riot. With tension in the air and the police on constant surveillance, it’s not long before prejudice and hostility turns into violence, with tragic consequences.




    Saint Maud

    13/11/2020 - 14/11/2020

    Morfydd Clark is Maud, a nurse with saintly ambitions, who is caring for a terminally ill former dancer (Jennifer Ehle), Maud’s faith becomes an obsession as she tries to save the soul of her patient at any cost,
    A psychological horror, the debut film of director Rose Glass has been given 4 star reviews (including by Will Gompertz on the BBC website) and Mark Kermode – “Saint Maud is a taut, sinewy treat, blessed with an impressively fluid visual sensibility and boosted by two quite brilliant central performances”.




    Parasite (Black & White version)

    16/11/2020

    Black & white version of Bong Joon-ho’s award-winning film.
    Korean film with sub-titles. An unemployed family struggling to make ends meet infiltrate the lives of a wealthy family living in a luxurious modern house.
    “The black and white presentation of his major motion picture is a life-long dream fulfilled for Bong, with monochromatic films like F.W Murnau’s silent horror Nosferatu and Kim Ki-young’s 1960 Korean classic The Housemaid cited as some of his major influences”.




    Two by Two: Overboard

    21/11/2020

    Children’s animated film.
    On Noah’s ark, the peace between the herbivores and the carnivores is wearing thin. Two young unusual animals, a Nestrian and a Grymp, fall off and discover an island; the only problems the inhabitants are not welcoming and there is a volcano rumbling…




    A Call to Spy

    24/11/2020

    In the beginning of World War II, with Britain becoming desperate, Churchill orders his new spy agency – SOE – to recruit and train women as spies. Written by and starring Sarah Megan Thomas, the film is based on real-life women spies who were trained by the “spymistress”.




    The King's Speech and Q&A

    27/11/2020

    Ever wanted to see a real live Oscar? Well on Friday 27th November 2020 you can. The Producer of The King’s
    Speech, Gareth Ellis-Unwin, is doing a Q and A at the Corn Exchange and he’s going to bring along his Best
    Picture Oscar!
    The film portrays King George VI’s struggle with his speech impediment and highlights the work of Lionel Logue,
    an Australian speech and language therapist who helped him make his first wartime radio broadcast upon
    Britain’s declaration of war on Germany in 1939.
    The film won four Oscars, seven British Academy Awards and many others including Best Actor at the Golden
    Globe awards and Screen Actors Guild Awards, and the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film
    Festival.
    This is a wonderful human drama with Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter, amongst
    many other notable names.
    Gareth will be talking to Gloria Wright, Chair of the Sinodun Players, who will introduce Gareth before the film is shown and the Q&A will follow it.




    Honest Thief

    01/12/2020

    Liam Neeson stars in this action thriller about a notorious bank robber who wants to transform his life and turns himself in, only to be double-crossed by two crooked FBI agents.




    Come Away

    04/12/2020 - 05/12/2020

    Angelina Jolie, David Oyelowo and Gugu Mbatha-Raw star as the adults in this whimsical mash-up of Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan. Two siblings, Alice and Peter, trying to comfort their grieving parents, enter the worlds of Wonderland and Neverland.




    Space Dogs: Return to Earth

    05/12/2020

    Russian children’s animated film (the third in a series), with English dialogue. Belka and Strelka ( the names of two of the real dogs used in the Russian space programme) are on their way back from Saturn when they discover a plot to steal all Earth’s water.