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1917 (SCENE)

By 1917, Britain had been ravaged by the First World War, with countless young men still putting their lives on the line for their country. Included among those are Schofield (George MacKay) and Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman), two young Privates.

As the horrors of battle cloud Ypres, Belgium, the British discover some deadly news – there’s a plot that could take the lives of 1,600 soldiers. With the danger of losing an entire battalion, a warning message is written immediately, in the desperate hope that it might save the men from massacre.

Called upon, Schofield and Blake are tasked with delivering the crucial message. The journey to their countrymen, though, is a perilous one. Taking them across enemy territory, they’ll be endangering their lives every step of the way.

The war is at stake and chances of survival look slim, but Blake’s brother is among those set to be caught in the ambush, and Blake must take on the seemingly impossible to save him.

Brought to us by Sam Mendes (Skyfall), this intense war drama is based in part on true accounts and stars Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange, The Imitation Game, August: Osage County), George MacKay (How I live Now, Peter Pan, Captain Fantastic), Dean-Charles Chapman (The Commuter, Before I go to Sleep) and Richard Madden (Rocketman, Bodyguard, Game of Thrones).

1917 (IMAX)

By 1917, Britain had been ravaged by the First World War, with countless young men still putting their lives on the line for their country. Included among those are Schofield (George MacKay) and Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman), two young Privates.

As the horrors of battle cloud Ypres, Belgium, the British discover some deadly news – there’s a plot that could take the lives of 1,600 soldiers. With the danger of losing an entire battalion, a warning message is written immediately, in the desperate hope that it might save the men from massacre.

Called upon, Schofield and Blake are tasked with delivering the crucial message. The journey to their countrymen, though, is a perilous one. Taking them across enemy territory, they’ll be endangering their lives every step of the way.

The war is at stake and chances of survival look slim, but Blake’s brother is among those set to be caught in the ambush, and Blake must take on the seemingly impossible to save him.

Brought to us by Sam Mendes (Skyfall), this intense war drama is based in part on true accounts and stars Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange, The Imitation Game, August: Osage County), George MacKay (How I live Now, Peter Pan, Captain Fantastic), Dean-Charles Chapman (The Commuter, Before I go to Sleep) and Richard Madden (Rocketman, Bodyguard, Game of Thrones).

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2040

With the world bickering about climate change and the rapidly deteriorating state of our planet, one Australian filmmaker chose to pursue an optimistic outlook on the future by targeting ways we can make positive changes for future generations.

Desperate for his four-year-old daughter to live in a thriving and healthy world, Damon Gameau’s latest documentary explores what the future could look like by 2040 if we all simply embraced modern, sustainable technologies and ideas.

With a mission to make a difference, Damon tackles the issue head-on and embarks on a journey in search of straightforward solutions. Discovering like-minded people across the world who share his passion, the environmentalist grows confident that his daughter will be part of a new chapter as we start to truly make a difference to our home.

Styled as a hopeful letter to his daughter, this inspiring documentary brought to us by Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) combines interviews with dramatisation to offer a refreshing outlook on the climate change crisis.

Sunday 17th November Book this film

21 Bridges (SCENE)

When a city-wide manhunt calls on the services of New York cop Andre Davis (Chadwick Boseman) he must hunt down a pair of cop killers before they can escape Manhattan island. 
However, as Andre begins the hunt for the killer, he unearths a huge and unexpected conspiracy surrounding the NYPD.
With the night unfolding and the hunt heating up, the net begins to close in on the killers. But as the lines of morality become increasingly blurred, Andre begins to question everything…
Brian Kirk (Game of Thrones, Luther) directs this thrilling crime drama, which stars Sienna Miller (The Lost City of Z, American Sniper, Layer Cake), Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther, 42, Marshall), Taylor Kitsch (Only the Brave, John Carter, X-Men Origins: Wolverine), and JK Simmons (Whiplash, Life Support, Spider-Man).

Wednesday 18th December Book this film

42nd Street

Fresh off the bus from small-town America Peggy is just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. But when the leading lady gets injured, Peggy might just have the shot at stardom she’s always dreamed of… 

Monday 25th November Book this film

7 Uczuc

Sunday 4th November Book this film

9 (NINE)

Sunday 24th February Book this film

A Clockwork Orange

Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of Anthony Burgess's decline-of-civilisation novel remains a chilling, thrilling and unsettling cinematic vision of nihilistic violence and social control.Set in a flamboyantly stylised near-future where gangs of disenfranchised teenagers indulge in narcotic cocktails and revel in acts of 'ultraviolence', the film centres on Alex (McDowell) and his band of droogs.

Thursday 11th April Book this film

A Dog’s Journey (SCENE)

Bailey (voiced by Josh Gad) is a special dog – his soul carries on beyond a regular canine lifetime, travelling from body to body. But every time he’s born as a new dog, he always works his way back to his original owner, Ethan (Dennis Quaid).

As Bailey grows old, Ethan introduces him to his new granddaughter, CJ, and the pair hit it off straight away, having plenty of fun together. But soon enough, CJ’s mother (Betty Gilpin) takes her far away, which breaks Bailey’s heart. It isn’t long before the ailing Bailey can’t continue any longer, and he passes away.

When he wakes up a few years later, Bailey realises he has been born again as a young pup. The young CJ (Abby Ryder Fortson) has grown older, but Bailey still feels the same connection to his dear friend.

As CJ (Kathryn Prescott) grows up, Bailey takes on many forms and has many lifetimes, but he always manages to come back to her, protecting her and making sure he’s there exactly when she needs him.

This heart-warming tale of adventure is perfect for all the family, and stars Kathryn Prescott (Dude, Finding Carter), Betty Gilpin (Isn’t it Romantic, Future ’38, GLOW), Josh Gad (Beauty and the Beast, Frozen, The Angry Birds Movie) and Dennis Quad (The Pretenders, The Day After Tomorrow, In Good Company).

Tuesday 11th June Book this film

A Dog’s Way Home

From puppyhood, Bella (Bryce Dallas Howard) is inseparable from her owner, Lucas (Jonah Hauer-King). Despite a mischievous personality, Lucas and Bella work together tirelessly so that Bella can join Lucas at his role as a VA hospital volunteer, bringing joy to everyone they meet.
Needless to say, as Bella grows from a puppy to a fully-grown adult dog, the pair develop a bond that feels as though it will never be broken. That is until one fateful day, when Bella is distracted by a critter in the window and chases it far down the street.
Discovering Bella has disappeared, Lucas does what he can to bring her home – but to no avail. Little does he know that Bella has accidentally travelled far away from home, and she faces a long, tough journey ahead of her to get back to her beloved owner.
Over the many miles, rough terrain, and occasionally unfriendly faces, Bella touches the lives of countless people on her journey, thanks to her unique spirit and comforting presence. But can Bella herself find the ultimate comfort of her owner’s arms once more?
A Dog’s Way Home is a touching family drama starring the voice of Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), alongside Edward James Olmos (Coco), Alexandra Shipp (Love, Simon), Ashley Judd (Divergent), and Jonah Hauer-King (Little Women).

Wednesday 27th March Book this film

A Hidden Life

As the Second World War ripples through Europe, men across Germany and neighbouring Austria are called up to fight for their country and the Nazi regime. But while most sign up willingly, Franz Jägerstätter (August Diehl) stands firm against the rule of the Third Reich.

Questioning the morality of the war and troubled by the actions of his nation, the Catholic farmer seeks help and advice from the church. But, despite his prayers, Franz is told that nothing can be done against the Fatherland.

Resolute against playing a part in the atrocities, Franz is persecuted and imprisoned for his opposition, facing death for his treason.

With nothing but bleakness ahead of the conscientious Austrian, he must rely on the love of his wife (Valerie Pachner) and family and his unmoving faith to find strength and keep going in his struggle against those in power.

Depicting the true story of Franz Jägerstätter, this breathtaking historical drama stars Valerie Pachner (The Ground Beneath My Feet, Bad Luck, Egon Schiele: Death and the Maiden), August Diehl (Inglorious Basterds, Salt, Love in Thoughts) and the late Michael Nyqvist (John Wick, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo).

Tuesday 21st January Book this film
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A Million Little Pieces

Waking up confused and dazed, with a beaten face and no memory of the past few weeks, young writer and drug addict James Frey (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) discovers he’s on a plane destined for Minneapolis.

Arriving in a state, James is taken to a rehabilitation centre by his desperate brother (Charlie Hunnam), determined to put his sibling right.

James first insists he doesn’t belong there, but the centre’s doctor hopes to change his mind by revealing the severity of his case. For someone so young, he is in dire straits; he’s just one moment of weakness from immediate and fatal cardiac arrest.

Finally accepting help, James comes across a range of interesting characters, including the inspirational Leonard (Billy Bob Thornton) and gentle Lilly (Odessa Young), who teaches him that even in his decrepit existence, love can still exist. As he progresses through treatment, each of his newfound friends play vital roles in helping to heal his broken mind.

This powerful drama is based on the semi-fictional memoir of author and businessman James Frey and explores his incredible road to recovery from rock bottom. Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy, Fifty Shades of Grey), A Million Little Pieces stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Godzilla, Nocturnal Animals, Kick-Ass), Billy Bob Thornton (Armageddon, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, The Judge), and Charlie Hunnam (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, Pacific Rim, Sons of Anarchy).

Tuesday 17th September Book this film

A Minuscule Adventure

As the winter wind creeps closer, it’s time for the insects of the valley to gather supplies before the snow begins to settle, and the black ants are craving something sweet.

Sneaking into a grocery store, the ants head for the sugar. However, the operation hits a complication when they encounter a group of much bigger red ants, who attack.

Overwhelmed, the black ants call for their ladybug friend for backup. But they don’t expect his baby son to follow him into the madness.

Amid the chaos, disaster strikes when the eager young bug is knocked aside by a swinging lamp, landing in a parcel destined for the distant Caribbean.

With a rescue squad of insects, the desperate father must follow his frightened son halfway around the world to keep him safe against strange new dangers. But with a greater threat about to hit the faraway island, the gang must also join forces with the local insects if they’ve any chance of saving the day.

Sequel to Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants, the gang are back. Based on the popular French television series, Minuscule, this English presentation of the charming adventure combines live-action and animation. Directed by Thomas Szabo and Helene Giraud, this family feature has no dialogue but is still heart-warmingly hilarious and aesthetically stunning.

Sunday 8th September Book this film

A Prayer Before Dawn

The true story of an English boxer incarcerated in one of Thailand’s most notorious prisons as he fights in Muay Thai tournaments to earn his freedom.

Monday 23rd July Book this film

A Private War + Q&A with cast

In a world where journalism is under attack, Marie Colvin (Rosamund Pike) is fearless and determined in her convictions, desperate to unearth the truth in the deadliest warzones around the world.

After being caught up in grenade fire in Sri Lanka that renders her blind in one eye, things might be over for most reporters – but not for Marie.

Wounded and traumatised, Marie has experienced more war than most soldiers, but she refuses to give in and remains as driven as ever to reach the heart of conflict and tell the story of the real people affected. Her grit takes her to Syria with photographer Paul Conroy (Jamie Dornan), where she faces her worst conflict yet.

In an effort to expose the crippling real-life damage of the civil war, Marie goes deeper and further into danger than before, pushing the boundaries of the job – but at what cost?

Starring Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl), Tom Hollander (In the Loop), and Jamie Dornan (The Fifty Shades trilogy), A Private War tells the harrowing and daring true story of Marie Colvin, celebrated war reporter who dared to expose the truth.

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