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Show times:
21st July - 6:00pm
23rd July - 6:30pm
24th July - 6:00pm
25th July - 5:15pm
Director: Vincent Perez.
Starring: Emma Thompson,  Brendan Gleeson, Daniel Brühl.
UK/France/Germany 2016. 103 mins.
Based on a true story, Hans Fallada’s bestselling novel Alone In Berlin was described by Primo Levi as “the greatest book ever written about German resistance to the Nazis”. Vincent Perez brings this powerful story to the big screen in an atmospheric film that boasts outstanding performances from its three leads. After learning that their only son has died in battle, and witnessing the persecution of an old Jewish woman living in their building, a working-class couple in Berlin (Gleeson and Thompson) risk execution with an extraordinary act of rebellion. They begin printing and circulating postcards attacking the Nazi regime, hoping to inspire others to take a stand. But in a city paralysed by fear, the postcards soon end up in the hands of Gestapo officer Escherich (Brühl), and so a dangerous game of cat and  mouse unfolds. Contains moderate violence, threat and injury detail.


Show times:
28th July - 6:00pm
29th July - 8:15pm
30th July - 7:45pm
31st July - 6:00pm
1st August - 5:30pm
2nd August - 6:00pm
3rd August - 8:45pm
Director: Sofia Coppola.
Starring: Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning.
USA 2017. 94 mins.
Academy Award-winner Sofia Coppola’s latest is a seductive drama with an all-star cast. A new adaptation of Thomas P. Cullinan’s Southern Gothic novel, A Painted Devil, the story unfolds at an all-girls boarding school in rural Virginia during the American Civil War. When the headmistress (Kidman) agrees to provide temporary refuge for a wounded Union soldier (Farrell), his sudden presence stirs up sexual tensions in the remote  mansion. As each of the women falls for his charms, their tight-knit sisterhood buckles under the weight of deceit and jealousy, and taboos are broken in a dark and unexpected turn of events.


Show times:
28th July - 1:00pm & 3:30pm
29th July - 12:30pm & 3:00pm
30th July - 12:00pm & 2:30pm
31st July - 1:00pm & 3:30pm
1st August - 12:30pm & 3:00pm
2nd August - 1:00pm & 3:30pm
3rd August - 1:00pm & 3:30pm
Director: Brian Fee.
Voices: Owen Wilson, Armie Hammer, Nathan Fillion, Cristela Alonzo.
USA 2017. TBC mins.
Blindsided by the brash, hi-tech racer Jackson Storm (Hammer) and a new generation of sleek challengers, Lightning McQueen (Wilson), the plucky hero of the Cars franchise, struggles to keep up in the sport he loves. Hoping to get back in the game, he heads home to Radiator Springs, where he finds a willing accomplice in the spirited technician Cruz Ramirez (Alonzo). Tuned up, and inspired by words from his original mentor Doc Hudson, ‘the little red race-car that tried harder’ sets out to prove that he’s still the best in the world.


Show times:
15th July - 1:00pm & 3:15pm
16th July - 2:30pm & 4:45pm
17th July - 1:30pm & 3:45pm
18th July - 1.00pm & 3:15pm
19th July - 1:30pm & 3:45pm
20th July - 2:30pm & 4:45pm
21st July - 1:30pm & 3:45pm
22nd July - 2:30pm & 4:45pm
23rd July - 12:45pm
24th July - 1:30pm & 3:45pm
25th July - 12:30pm & 2:45pm
26th July - 1:30pm & 3:45pm
27th July - 2:30pm & 4:45pm
Directors: Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin, Eric Guillon.
Voices: Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Trey Parker.
USA 2017. TBC mins.
One-time dastardly supervillain Felonious Gru (Carell) seems to have hung up his ‘evil’ cape for good. Having settled in the ‘burbs with his feisty super agent wife (Wiig) and three adorable, unicorn-loving, adopted daughters, he’s now out actively to fight crime, not cause it. Until, that is, a long lost, enviably hirsute twin brother pops out of the woodwork to tempt him back to the dark side

DOUGH (15)

Show times:
17th July - 6:00pm
19th July - 8:15pm
Director: John Goldschmidt.
Starring: Jonathan Pryce,  Jerome Holder, Phil Davis, Pauline Collins.
UK 2015. 95 mins.
Times are hard for Jewish baker Nat (Pryce). Faced with a dwindling customer base and a rapacious landlord, he struggles to keep his London bakery afloat. He agrees to take on a Muslim apprentice, Ayyash (Holder), who just happens to sell cannabis on the side and one day inadvertently drops his stash in the dough. When word gets around that Nat’s challah has miraculous properties, business soon perks up, sparking an unlikely friendship between the baker and his apprentice.


Show times:
21st July - 8:15pm
25th July -7:30pm
26th July - 8:15pm
Director: Mark Webb.
Starring: Chris Evans,  McKenna Grace, Lindsay Duncan.
USA 2017. 101 mins.
Frank Adler (Evans) is a single man raising a child prodigy – his spirited young niece Mary (Grace) – in a coastal town in Florida. Frank’s plans for a normal school life for Mary are foiled when the seven-year old’s mathematical abilities come to the attention of Frank’s formidable mother, Evelyn (Duncan), whose plans for her granddaughter threaten to separate Frank and Mary. Family is pitted against family as a custody battle ensues, and as the pair debate what is best for Mary, the truth about her mother begins to emerge. From the director of (500) Days Of Summer, Gifted is a moving story about choices, compassion and family, all underscored by a wicked sense of humour. As Mary, McKenna Grace is a revelation – sparky, spirited, full of character and with perfect comic timing, she’s definitely one to watch.


Show times:
14th July - 6:00pm
18th July - 8:30pm
19th July - 6:00pm
Director: Mark Pellington.
Starring: Shirley MacLaine,  Amanda Seyfried, Anne Heche.
USA 2017. 107 mins.
America’s national treasure, Shirley MacLaine is sharp-tongued retired businesswoman Harriet, who clearly enjoys bossing friends and hirelings around in her comfortable suburban mansion. But a chance glance through the local newspaper’s obituaries column triggers concerns about how her demise will be recorded, so she marches into the editor’s office and demands that his obit writer, Anne (Seyfried, Mamma Mia!), does the groundwork under her direction. Unfortunately, Harriet proves unpopular with those she’s brushed with during her eventful life, and Anne’s initial attempts to cast her in a warm glow prove both fruitless and hugely funny. As Harriet’s journey to redress the balance unfolds, the two women form a unique bond that alters both Harriet’s legacy and Anne’s future.


Show times:
24th July - 8:15pm
26th July - 6:00pm
Director: Roger Michell.
Starring: Rachel Weisz,  Sam Claflin, Iain Glen.
USA/UK 2017. 106 mins.
Roger Michell’s enticing adaptation of Du Maurier’s novel follows Philip (Claflin), an orphan who leads a happy life in Cornwall with his wealthy older cousin and guardian, Ambrose (Glen). After Ambrose dies mysteriously not long after marrying a distant relation of theirs, Rachel (Weisz), Philip confronts her, racked by suspicion. But he  soon finds himself under her beguiling spell. Is she a femme fatale?  A gold-digger? A tease? My Cousin Rachel keeps the audience guessing throughout. Contains infrequent strong language and moderate sex.


Show times:
28th July - 8:15pm
29th July - 5:30pm
30th July - 5:00pm
31st July - 8:15pm
1st August - 7:45pm
2nd August - 8:15pm
3rd August - 6:00pm
Director: Matt Reeves.
Starring: Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Judy Greer, Steve Zahn.
USA 2017. TBC mins.
In the third instalment of the rebooted Planet Of The Apes franchise, a new threat looms over the peaceful simian civilisation built among the redwood trees: an army of humans led by the ruthless Colonel (Harrelson), who believes he is mankind’s last hope. After a battle in which the apes suffer devastating losses, Caesar (Serkis), their noble, hyper-intelligent leader, fears he may have to abandon the path of mercy he has so far shown to humans. Wrestling with his darker instincts, Caesar embarks on a quest to avenge his kind that brings him face to face with the Colonel in the ultimate battle for dominion over Earth. Director Matt Reeves raises the stakes with his second film in the critically acclaimed franchise, blending spectacular graphics and emotion to thrilling effect.


Show times:
14th July - 8:15pm
15th July - 5:30pm
17th July - 8:00pm
18th July - 5:30pm
Director: Patty Jenkins.
Starring: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen.
USA 2017. 141 mins.
Gal Gadot takes centre stage as the legendary Amazon warrior princess after a breakout turn last year in Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Raised as a fearless defender of her island paradise in the early 20th century, young Diana meets Steve Trevor (Pine), an American pilot who informs her of the mighty war raging beyond her shores. Inspired to right the world’s wrong, she leaves for London to discover her true destiny and her full, unearthly powers. Contains moderate violence.