Monday 17 June at 1.30pm & 7.45pm
Tuesday 18 June at 7.45pm
Wednesday 19 June at 7.45pm
Running time: 93 minutes
Director – Bo Burnham
Kayla is living the dream…or so her YouTube channel would have you think. In fact, she struggles with anxiety, making friends, and forming relationships. Directed by Bo Burnham, Eighth Grade follows the emotional rollercoaster of a middleschooler battling the problems of 21st century adolescence, starring Elsie Fisher, Emily Robinson, and Josh Hamilton.
All tickets £3
Friday 14 June at 5pm
Saturday 15 June at 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm
Sunday 16 June at 11am & 1.30pm
Monday 17 June at 5pm (Relaxed Screening)
Tuesday 18 June at 5pm
Runningtime – 104 minutes
The story begins when ace private eye Harry Goodman goes mysteriously missing, prompting his 21-year-old son Tim to find out what happened. Aiding in the investigation is Harry's former Pokemon partner, Detective Pikachu: a hilariously wise-cracking, adorable super-sleuth who is a puzzlement even to himself.
Finding that they are uniquely equipped to communicate with one another, Tim and Pikachu join forces on a thrilling adventure to unravel the tangled mystery.
Chasing clues together through the neon-lit streets of Ryme City - a sprawling, modern metropolis where humans and Pokemon live side by side in a hyper-realistic live-action world - they encounter a diverse cast of Pokemon characters and uncover a shocking plot that could destroy this peaceful co-existence and threaten the whole Pokemon universe.
Thursday 20 June at 7.45pm
Running time: 94 minutes, in Hindi & English with English subtitles
Director – Danis Tanovic
Ayan, a pharmaceutical sales man in Pakistan, takes on the multinational health care corporation he works for after he realizes they knowingly marketed a baby formula that's responsible for the death of hundreds of babies everyday.
Monday 24 June at 1.30pm & 7.45pm
Tuesday 25 June at 7.45pm
Wednesday 26 June at 1.30pm & 7.45pm
Running time: 112 minutes
Director – Dome Karukoski
As a young student, J.R.R. Tolkien finds love, friendship and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts. Their brotherhood soon strengthens as Tolkien weathers the storm of a tumultuous courtship with Edith Bratt and the outbreak of World War I. These early life experiences later inspire the budding author to write the classic fantasy novels "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings."
Monday 1 July at 7.45pm
Tuesday 2 July at 7.45pm
Wednesday 3 July at 3pm & 7.45pm
Running time: 89 minutes
Starring – Aretha Franklin
Imagine travelling back to 1972, to a Baptist Church in Los Angeles, just in time for Aretha Franklinto deliver a performance that would go down in history. That’s what watching Amazing Grace feels like. The astonishing documentary – a lost film finally unearthed and restored – captures the moment the Queen of Soul revisited her roots. The songs she recorded at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church became the best-selling gospel album of all time, but few knew that Academy Award-winning director Sydney Pollack was there, filming. For technical reasons, the footage was shelved and almost forgotten until after Pollack’s death – and its painstaking resurrection results in spine-tingling stuff.
Thursday 4 July at 7.45pm
Running time: 87 minutes
Director – Jamie Adams
Happily married,mid-thirties, and without children, Gillian (Jemima Kirke) and Oliver (RichardElis) may not be moving at the pace of other couples, but they’re happy.However, parents and friends have been pestering Gillian to move past hermeandering writing career and get a new more stable job.
Despite Oliver’s initial doubts, their decision to mount a “Shakespeare by theSea” festival starts to take shape. It seems like a winning idea, yet it’s notall a midsummer night’s dream, as cracks in their organisational skills startto surface, and reveal the fragile nature of their relationship. Will this newstep in life prove fruitful for them, or will it become akin to someShakespearean tragedy?
Tuesday 9 July at 7.45pm
Wednesday 10 July at 7.45pm
Thursday 11 July at 1.30pm & 7.45pm
Running time: 121 minutes
Director – Dexter Fletcher
Based on a true fantasy, Rocketman is an epic musical fantasy about the incredible human story of Elton John's breakthrough years. The film follows the fantastical journey of transformation from shy piano prodigy Reginald Dwight into international superstar Elton John.
Monday 15 July at 7.45pm
Tuesday 16 July at 7.45pm
Wednesday 17 July at 1.30pm & 7.45pm
Running time: 102 minutes
Director – Sebastián Lelio
Sebastián Lelio (Disobedience, A Fantastic Woman) pairs with Julianne Moore for a sophisticated romantic comedy. Gloria (Julianne Moore) is a free-spirited divorcée who spends her days at a straight-laced office job and her nights on the dance floor, joyfully letting loose at clubs around Los Angeles. After meeting Arnold (John Turturro) on a night out, she finds herself thrust into an unexpected new romance, filled with both the joys of budding love and the complications of dating, identity and family.
Lelio creates a feel-good tale of later love which shows love can strike at any time, relationships are never simple, and nothing can get you down as long as you keep dancing.
Thursday 18 July at 7.30pm, screened in aid of Velindre Cancer Care
Sing-along version of the classic musical starring Doris Day and Howard Keel.
Beat away the January blues by joining us (in good voice) for a sing-a-long version of the 1953 classic western musical, Calamity Jane. Doris Day is spectacular as the eponymous hero. We follow Jane’s life in the Wild West, her saloon and her romance with Wild Bill Hickock.
Frontiers woman Calamity Jane (Day) would rather hit targets than chase men - until she falls for Wild Bill Hickok (Keel), who would rather shoot Indians than chase after a tomboy like Calamity Jane. The film features the Oscar-winning song 'Secret Love'.
All tickets £3
Monday 22 July at 11am, 2pm & 5pm
Tuesday 23 July at 11am & 5pm (Relaxed Screening)
Running time – 128 minutes
Aladdin is a lovable street urchin who meets Princess Jasmine, the beautiful daughter of the sultan of Agrabah. While visiting her exotic palace, Aladdin stumbles upon a magic oil lamp that unleashes a powerful, wisecracking, larger-than-life genie. As Aladdin and the genie start to become friends, they must soon embark on a dangerous mission to stop the evil sorcerer Jafar from overthrowing young Jasmine's kingdom.
Monday 22 July at 7.45pm
Tuesday 23 July at 2pm & 7.45pm
Running time: 142 minutes, in Hungarian with English subtitles
Director – László Nemes
From László Nemes, the Oscar-winning director of Son of Saul comes this sublimely evocative recreation of 1913 Budapest, a city at the crux of world history. Irisz Leiter (Juli Jakab) arrives in the capital eager to become a milliner at her late parents’ legendary hat shop. But she is drawn into the mystery of what happened to herlong-missing brother. Her search will lead her into a dazzling panorama of thedying gasps of the Austro-Hungarian empire.
Perfectly pitched between dream and nightmare, with real lives caught in the web of history, Sunset is a worthy successor to Son of Saul.
All tickets £3
Friday 26 July at 11am
Saturday 27 July at 11am & 1.30pm
Monday 29 July at 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm
Tuesday 30 July at 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm (Relaxed Screening)
Wednesday 31 July at 11am
Thursday 1 August at 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm
Running time– 88 minutes
Ever wonder what your pets get up to when you’re not at home? Following the adventurous exploits of Max, Chloe, Snowball, Daisy and friends, The Secret Life of Pets 2 features the voice talent of Lake Bell, Tiffany Haddish, Patton Oswalt, and Kevin Hart. Perfect for the whole family, you’ll find The Secret Life of Pets 2 just as hilarious as the first instalment.
Monday 29 July at 7.45pm
Thursday 30 July at 7.45pm
Wednesday 31 July at 1.30pm & 7.45pm
Running time: 125 minutes, in German with English subtitles
Director – Michael Herbig
1979, East Germany at the height of the Cold War. Günter Wetzel (David Kross, The Reader), a bricklayer, and his friend Peter Strelzyk (Friedrich Mücke), an electrician, can no longer bear the oppressive regime. The two men and their wives resolve to undertake a mission to secretly build a hot air balloon from scratch that will carry them and their families over the border fence to freedom. Over the course of the next 18 months they sew 1,000 square metres of cloth and gather countless weather reports from West German radio with the Stasi (State Police) hot on their heels. A nerve-racking battle against the clock begins…
All tickets £3
Friday 2 August at 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm
Saturday 3 August at 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm
Monday 5 August at 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm
Tuesday 6 August at 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm
Wednesday 7 August at 11am & 4pm (Relaxed Screening)
Thursday 8 August at 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm
Running time – 100 minutes
Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang embark on a road trip with Bonnie and a new toy named Forky. The adventurous journey turns into an unexpected reunion as Woody's slight detour leads him tohis long-lost friend Bo Peep. As Woody and Bo discuss the old days, they soon start to realize that they're worlds apart when it comes to what they want from life as a toy.
Monday 5 August at 7.45pm
Tuesday 6 August at 7.45pm
Wednesday 7 August at 1.30pm & 7.45pm
Running time: 90 minutes
Director – Todd Douglas Miller
From director Todd Douglas Miller comes a cinematic experience fifty years in the making. Crafted from a newly discovered trove of 70mm footage, and more than 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio recordings, Apollo 11 takes us straight to the heart of NASA's most celebrated mission — the one that first put men on the moon, and forever made Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin into household names. Immersed in the perspectives of the astronauts, the team in Mission Control, and the millions of spectators on the ground, we vividly experience those momentous days and hours in 1969 when humankind took a giant leap into the future.
Monday 12 August at 7.45pm
Tuesday 13 August at 7.45pm
Wednesday 14 August at 1.30pm & 7.45pm
Running time: 116 minutes
Director – Danny Boyle
Jack Malik is a struggling singer-songwriter in an English seaside town whose dreams of fame are rapidly fading, despite the fierce devotion and support of his childhood best friend, Ellie. After a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, Jack wakes up to discover that The Beatles have never existed. Performing songs by the greatest band in history to a world that has never heard them, Jack becomes on overnight sensation with a little help from his agent.
Monday 19 August at 7.45pm
Tuesday 20 August at 7.45pm
Wednesday 21 August at 1.30pm & 7.45pm
Running time: 114 minutes
Director – Ron Howard
A celebratory but thoughtful overview of Luciano Pavarotti’s life, loves and career, “Pavarotti” skillfully chronicles the larger-than-life performer’s transformative impact on the opera industry, as well as upon the people that he encountered, professionally and personally, during his more than 50-year career.