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Boyhood

15
  • Richard Linklater
  • In English, Spanish
  • 166 mins

Richard Linklater worked with his cast on and off over a staggering 12-year period to produce this highly anticipated coming-of-age drama. The film tracks Mason throughout his formative years, from his life as a six year-old-boy to adulthood, through a familiar whirl of family moves, controversies, faltering marriages, re-marriages, new schools, first loves, lost loves, good times, scary times and a constantly unfolding mix of heartbreak and wonder. Boyhood builds into a deeply personal experience of the incidents that shape us as we grow up and the ever-changing nature of our lives.

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Screening times

  • Fri 18
    Jul
    13:3016:2017:2019:40
  • Sat 19
    Jul
    13:3016:2017:2019:40
  • Sun 20
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    13:3015:1017:20
  • Mon 21
    Jul
    17:2019:40
  • Tue 22
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    13:3016:2017:2019:40
  • Wed 23
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    13:3016:2017:2019:40
  • Thu 24
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    13:1016:2017:2019:40
  • Fri 25
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    13:3016:2017:2019:40
  • Sat 26
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    13:0516:2019:40
  • Sun 27
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    13:3016:2017:2019:40
  • Mon 28
    Jul
    17:2019:40
  • Tue 29
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    13:0516:2019:40
  • Wed 30
    Jul
    13:4017:0019:40
  • Thu 31
    Jul
    13:3016:2017:2019:40

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Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon

15
  • Mike Myers
  • In English
  • 85 mins

In his directorial debut, Mike Myers documents the astounding career of Hollywood insider, the loveable Shep Gordon, who fell into music management by chance after moving to LA straight out of college, and befriending Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix.

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Screening times

  • Fri 18
    Jul
    14:00
  • Sat 19
    Jul
    20:40
  • Sun 20
    Jul
    20:40
  • Mon 21
    Jul
    20:45
  • Tue 22
    Jul
    14:00
  • Wed 23
    Jul
    20:40
  • Thu 24
    Jul
    14:00

Finding Vivian Maier

12A
  • Charlie Siskel, John Maloof
  • In English
  • 84 mins

Finding Vivian Maier is a critically acclaimed documentary about a nanny with a secret life and an inspirational talent. Throughout her life, Vivian Maier took over 100,000 photographs, that remained hidden in storage lockers and unseen by the public until they were discovered decades later. Vivian Maier is now considered to be among the 20th century’s greatest photographers and this enlightening documentary reveals her strange and riveting life and art through never before seen photographs, films, and interviews with dozens of people who thought they knew her.

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Screening times

  • Fri 18
    Jul
    20:40
  • Sat 19
    Jul
    14:00
  • Sun 20
    Jul
    13:10
  • Mon 21
    Jul
    17:30
  • Tue 22
    Jul
    20:40
  • Wed 23
    Jul
    14:00
  • Thu 24
    Jul
    20:40
  • Fri 25
    Jul
    20:40
  • Sat 26
    Jul
    16:25
  • Sun 27
    Jul
    20:40
  • Mon 28
    Jul
    20:40
  • Tue 29
    Jul
    16:25
  • Wed 30
    Jul
    17:45
  • Thu 31
    Jul

Grand Central

15
  • Rebecca Zlotowski
  • In French
  • 95 mins

Gary arrives at a nuclear power plant in the countryside, hoping to make money by working on a series of jobs, in spite of the dangers. He joins Giles and Toni on a cleaning operation that sees them threatened with exposure to radiation. Outside of their work, Gary begins to fall for Toni’s fiancée Karole, a situation that places him in a very different, but no less hazardous, danger.

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Screening times

  • Fri 18
    Jul
    13:2015:5018:1020:20
  • Sat 19
    Jul
    13:2015:5018:1020:20
  • Sun 20
    Jul
    13:2015:5018:1020:20
  • Mon 21
    Jul
    18:3020:40
  • Tue 22
    Jul
    13:2015:5018:1020:20
  • Wed 23
    Jul
    13:2015:5020:20
  • Thu 24
    Jul
    13:2015:5018:1020:20

For many artists, hues and tones play an important role in the composition of an artwork. This programme explores the use of colour as a narrative device to influence mood and rhythm in a cross-section of moving image work.

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Screening times

  • Fri 18
    Jul
  • Sat 19
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  • Sun 20
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  • Mon 21
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  • Tue 22
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  • Wed 23
    Jul
    18:20
  • Thu 24
    Jul

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