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Show times:
 27th October - 8:15pm
 28th October - 4:30pm
29th October - 7:45pm
30th October - 8:15pm
31st October - 7:30pm
1st November - 8:15pm
 2nd November - 8:15pm
Director: Denis Villeneuve.
Starring: Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Jared Leto, Ana de Armas, Robin Wright.
USA/UK/Canada 2017. TBC mins.
One of the decade’s most anticipated films, the sequel to Ridley Scott’s seminal 1982 neo-noir, Blade Runner, is finally upon us. Scott himself returns as producer, freeing up the director’s chair for the supremely talented Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Sicario), while Harrison Ford reprises his role as Rick Deckard. In 2049, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Gosling), uncovers a terrible secret that could throw what’s left of an already broken society into terminal chaos. His discovery leads him on a quest to find former replicant hunter Deckard, who has been missing for 30 years. In true Blade Runner style, K wants to ask him some questions – the answers to which may have a lot to do with a chilling creator of ‘disposable workforces’, Niander Wallace (Leto).


Show times:
19th October - 6:00pm
Director: Janus Metz Pedersen.
Starring: Sverrir Gudnason, Shia LaBeouf, Stellan Skarsgård, Tuva Novotny. Sweden 2017.
TBC mins. English and Swedish with English subtitles.
Björn Borg (Gudnason) has the tennis world at his feet. Ranked number one and playing at the top of his game, the calm, ascetic Swede is on the verge of a record-breaking fifth consecutive Wimbledon Championship. Only one man stands in his way – John McEnroe (LaBeouf), a young American firebrand with a swagger brazen enough to unsettle even Borg’s icy composure. As the final approaches, both men delve into their formative memories to find the strength and answers they’ll need to triumph on the hallowed turf of SW19. As much a character study as a sports movie, Borg Vs. McEnroe reveals the personalities and inner demons that would shape one of the sporting world’s most riveting dramas – the thrilling high point of a compelling rivalry.


Show times:
20th October - 6:00pm & 8:30pm
21st October - 5:00pm
22nd October - 8:15pm
23rd October - 6:00pm
24th October - 2:00pm & 5:00pm & 7:30pm
25th October - 6:00pm
26th October - 6:00pm & 8:30pm
Director: Simon Curtis.
Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald, Will Tilston.
UK 2017. 107 mins.
The adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh may have captured the hearts of children for almost a century, but it’s the fascinating, moving story behind this honey-loving bear that steals the spotlight in Goodbye Christopher Robin. After the Great War, a shell-shocked A. A. Milne (Gleeson) is keen to write, and to “do something worthwhile”. His days spent with his young son, Christopher Robin (Tilston), divert him towards children’s literature – and it’s his son’s collection of toys that inspires the magical world of Pooh Bear and friends. C. R. Milne and family, including his mother, Daphne (Robbie), and nanny, Olive (Macdonald), are swept up in the international success of the books, but the fame it brings comes at a price.


Show times:
20th October - 3:45pm
21st October - 2:45pm
Director: David Alaux.
Voices: Kirk Thornton, André Gordon, Cam Stance.
France 2017. 97 mins.
This kids’ animation is a colourfully bonkers mix of Kung-Fu Panda, Madagascar and The Jungle Book. Our hero is Maurice, who, although he may look like a penguin, is a great tiger warrior inside, with grand dreams of being a kung-fu master and ruling wisely. However Igor the evil koala is on a mission to destroy the jungle with his dastardly band of silly baboons. Maurice and his friends – a goldfish, a tarsier and a gorilla – will have to team up with the Champions, mythical defenders of the jungle, long before the appointed time in order to preserve peace and justice. In the course of the struggle we come to understand Igor’s past, and Maurice’s origins and complicated relations with his mother, Natacha the tigress. Adapted from a hit French-American CGI cartoon series, which aired on Boomerang over here.


Show times:
19th October - 8:15pm
Director: Matthew Vaughn.
Starring: Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Julianne Moore.
UK/USA 2017. 141 mins.
Three years ago Kingsman: Secret Service, a spy action-comedy about ‘Kingsman’, an independent, international intelligence agency was a smash hit, raking in over $414 million at the global box office. In this sequel, again written/directed by Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman (Kick-Ass, X-Men: First Class), special agent ‘Eggsy’ (Egerton), the council estate kid, chosen as a recruit for this mysterious organisation, is reunited with his pin-striped mentor (Firth) and they head over the Pond to meet their opposite numbers at ‘Statesman’. A spangly cast includes Halle Berry, Channing Tatum, Mark Strong, Jeff Bridges and Elton John while Oscar-winner Julianne Moore gets to flex her baddie muscles as Poppy, a notorious criminal mastermind, whose personal bodyguard is the inimitable Vinnie Jones. Once again the agents’ wits and nerve are tested to the limit in this cheeky, ever-so-British, pastiche-Bond caper


Show times:
19th October - 3:30pm
Directors: Ron Clements, John Musker.
Voices: Auli’i Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson, Rachel House.
USA 2016. 113 mins.
On the mythical and mystical island of Motuni in the South Pacific lives Moana (delightful newcomer Cravalho), daughter of the tribal chief and last in a long line of navigators. Her family have long since abandoned their fabled oceanic adventuring, but with encouragement from her grandma (House), the teenage Moana sets off to sea in search of a mysterious island, accompanied by a spiky demigod (Johnson) and a pet rooster. In their first digital animation – which involved much specially written software – and with a starry voice cast including actors with Pacific island roots, legendary Disney directors Clements and Musker (Aladdin, The Little Mermaid) have created a visually stunning work, adding music and humour to the tale of an unlikely but endearing friendship.


Show times:
27th October - 6:00pm
28th October - 2:00pm
29th October - 5:30pm
30th October - 6:00pm
31st October - 2:00pm & 5:00pm
1st November - 6:00pm
2nd November - 6:00pm
Director: Hany Abu-Assad.
Starring: Idris Elba, Kate Winslet
USA 2017. TBC mins.
Strangers until their commercial flight out of Salt Lake City is cancelled, Dr Ben Bass (Elba) and journalist Alex Martin (Winslet) impulsively charter a light aircraft together. Unfortunately for them its jovial pilot (Beau Bridges) fails to file a flight plan, so when they crash in the snow-clad High Uintas Mountains, no one knows to come looking. An epic survival drama ensues, all the more onerous since Alex has busted her leg and they face just about every physical treachery the mountains can throw at them. United by their survival instincts, an unlikely romance builds between the steely Bass and the very-much-engaged Alex, whose fiancée (Dermot Mulroney) frets furiously back home. Director Hany Abu-Assad (2006’s Oscar-nominated Paradise Now) keeps us on the edge of our seats with this two-pronged ‘will-they, won’t they’ story


Show times:
21st October - 7:30pm
23rd October - 8:30pm
25th October - 8:30pm
Director: Darren Aronofsky.
Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris, Michelle Pfeiffer.
USA 2017. 121 mins.
Darren Aronofsky (Pi, Black Swan) wades back into the darkness with his latest psychological-horror movie, which catapults superstar Jennifer Lawrence into wildly different territory to her Hunger Games, X-Men and David Russell-directed roles (Joy, American Hustle). Lawrence plays one half of an apparently happy young couple – Javier Bardem being the slightly sinister other – whose tranquil existence at their remote country home is disrupted in terrifying fashion by some unexpected visitors (Harris and Pfeiffer).


Show times:
28th October - 7:45pm & 10:00pm
Director: Jim Sharman.
Starring: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Richard O’ Brien, Meat Loaf.
UK/USA 1975. 100 mins.
All-American couple Janet and Brad get holed up in an Old Dark House belonging to transvestite scientist Frank N. Furter, and find their morals put to the test and their dress sense going west. Put your best high-heeled foot forward and do the time warp again! Contains moderate sex references.