New releases this week include the uncompromisingly fierce cartel thrillera nostalgic tale of small town tyranny based on Penelope Fitzgeralds much-loved novelDebra Graniks sensitive and intelligent portrait of outsiderism and rural communitiesLeave No Trace; a sci-fi chiller set against the backdrop of a New Age cultintimate portrait of the renowned composer of
On Thursday come along to a very special preview of superstar biopic
followed by a Q&A with Academy Award-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald.
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The Happy Prince offers a very timely reminder of the shame society cast on those who dared to…
Today12.5515.0517.4020.15; Tomorrow13.1015.1017.4520.20; Thu13.0015.3017.4520.20more timesDrama about cartels trafficking terrorists across the US border, starring Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro.Studio 54 was the epicentre of 70s hedonism – a place that not only redefined the nightclub, but…Today13.0518.10; Tomorrow15.4520.25; Thu12.50Years after fleeing the New Age cult in which they were raised, brothers Justin and Aaron (played by…Today13.1015.3518.0520.30; Tomorrow13.1515.4018.0520.30; Thu13.0515.2518.0520.30more timesDirector Debra Graniks follow-up to Winters Bone is another sensitive and intelligent portrait of outsiderism and rural communities.Today15.1520.25; Tomorrow12.5518.15; Thu15.2020.35Set in 1959, The Bookshop sees a young widow (Emily Mortimer) foil local opposition to expand her communitys…Today15.3017.45; Tomorrow17.55; Thu15.05Ari Aster unleashes a nightmare vision of a domestic breakdown, transforming a familial tragedy into something ominous and…Jane Campion became the first female director to win the Palme dOr for The Piano, her extraordinary, triumphant…Mirroring the savage beauty, boldness and vivacity of his design, McQueen is an intimate revelation of Alexander [Lee]…Cant decide what to watch on the big screen? Let the trailers help you decide.Ryuichi Sakamoto has had a prolific career spanning over four decades, from techno-pop stardom with Yellow Magic Orchestra…An unprecedented and unique look into Whitney Houstons life directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald.We will be joined by director Kevin Macdonald for a Q&A following our preview screening of Whitney at…The HOME Film Podcast 35: June 2018his month, Jason and Andy discuss My Friend Dahmer, Andrew Köttings Lek And The Dogs, the archive-tastic Arcadia…Inspired by a true story, Everybodys Talking About Jamie is the new award-winning five-star hit musical for today…An intoxicating proto-feminist tale which depicts author Mary Shelley as a fiercely modern 19th-century woman.A documentary film made by and featuring those who voted Remain in the 2016 British EU Referendum vote.We will be joined by director David Wilkinson for a Q&A following the screening on Sat 7 July…My Best is the story of Calum Bests journey to better understand his father, a man that Calum…Finlay Pretsells compelling documentary following the final races of cyclist David Millars career, leading up to his last…Well-known internationally as Geordie Jazz Man, Keith Crombie was a mystery to many of his Jazz Caf patrons…The first feature-length portrait of the renowned percussionist who has performed internationally since 1964, both as a soloist…A heartrending fairy tale about strength and vulnerability and the relationship between a mother and a daughter.Shot in colour and black and white by Seamus McGarvey, Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction explores the actors…One of the cult entries in the vast Stanton filmography, John Carpenters dystopian thriller echoes Romeros Dawn of…Starring the Afrofuturism jazz star Sun Ra, this loosely-based biopic offers the uninitiated a tantalising glimpse into his…All These Sleepless Nights chronicles several months in the lives of art school friends Kris and Michal as…A trio of shorts from filmmakers of both deaf and hearing backgrounds presenting a unique representation of the…Romeo and Juliet is about a generation of young people born into violence and ripped apart by the…Shot in Greater Manchester the first feature from director Daniel Kokotajlo is set in a Jehovahs Witness community.Set in 1959, The Bookshop sees a young widow (Emily Mortimer) foil local opposition to expand her communitys…Young punk Otto becomes a repo man after helping to steal a car, and stumbles into a strange,…Herbert Kilpin was the founder of AC Milan FC, one of the worlds biggest football clubs. He emigrated…1943, occupied Paris. Django Reinhardt is at the pinnacle of his art.In 1956 at the rebirth of Brazilian democracy, visionary architect Oscar Niemeyer and urbanist Lcio Costa invented an…One Hour Intro/ 60 Years of Cinema: Revisiting the works of Agns VardaThis talk focuses on Agns Vardas evolution as a film director, from precursor of the French New Wave…A graceful, penetrating study of a marriage on the rocks, set against the backdrop of a small Mediterranean…Agns Varda and JR have things in common: their passion for images in general and more particularly questioning…Scouring 100 years of footage from the BFI National Archive, BAFTA®-winner Paul Wright constructs an exhilarating study of…A stellar cast present the story of a doctor in the Welsh Valleys who, confronted with the illness…WHITE CORRIDORS is one of celebrated wartime documentary maker Pat Jacksons later forays into the world of fiction….One of Stantons more mainstream films, and representative of his ability to add to a project his trademark…Alexander Mackendricks Ealing drama Mandy is a film whose sentiments remain as pertinent today as they did in…A double bill of two of the best loved Carry On NHS set films, both of which gently…A black comedy that commented on Thatchers Britain. On the eve of a Royal visit, a strike at…The story of Welles visual thinking, never before told.This new version of August Strinbergs play Miss Julie, written by Polly Stenham, remains shocking and fiercely relevant…RSC Live: The Merry Wives of WindsorDown on his luck in the suburbs, John Falstaff plans to hustle his way to a comfortable retirement…Broadcast live from Londons West End, see Ian McKellens extraordinarily moving portrayal (Independent) of King Lear.Film Critic Mark Kermode recounts his utterly foolhardy attempts to fulfill his dreams of becoming a pop star.NT Live/ The Madness of George III (As Live)Multi-award-winning drama The Madness of George III will be broadcast live, in National Theatre Lives first ever broadcast…If youve previously bought tickets or signed up on the website, then youll already have an account with…A major return to form for Paul Schrader that is partly informed by his script for Taxi Driver,…A haunting and atmospheric work about four siblings who seek refuge in an old house after their mothers…Ex Libris: The New York Public LibraryFilmmaker Frederik Wiseman channels his passion for books to get inside the New York Public Library.The Goalies Anxiety at the Penalty KickWim Wenders 1972 classic, restored and remastered in stunning 4k.A deftly executed heist thriller from Belgian director Michaël R. Roskam.Pin Cushion Post-screening discussionJoin Birds Eye View for a post-screening discussion following the 18:10 showing of Pin Cushion on Fri 13…Deaf Shorts Programme Post-screening discussionThere will be a post-screening discussion with special guests. This will include BSL and spoken English with full…We will be joined by director Daniel Kokotajlo and actresses Molly Wright and Sacha Parkinson for a Q&A…This screening will be introduced by Jason Wood, our Artistic Director of Film.A former detective with a fear of heights is hired to follow a woman apparently possessed by the…Lauren Greenfields postcard from the edge of the American Empire captures a portrait of a materialistic, image-obsessed culture.A film that brings the prison drama to new levels of intensity while sensitively portraying life in an…A fascinating expose of the sex industry, director Jenny Lus remarkable debut feature feels incredibly relevant and essential.Priscilla Camerons debut feature starring Melissa George as Evelyn, a burlesque queen, who bewitches single dad Al and…In a gorgeous rural setting, where the children roam the forest and play in barns, and with some…This double bill will be introduced by Dr Lloyd Peters, Senior Lecturer and MA Media Production Programme Leader…The Eyes of Orson Welles + QAWe will be joined by director Mark Cousins for a Q&A following the 17:50 screening on Fri 17…Discover short films from all genre that are being produced in our region and meet the filmmakers.Discover short films from all genre that are being produced in our region and meet the filmmakers.
The HOME Film Podcast 36: July 2018
The HOME Film Podcast 35: June 2018
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