A documentary of an ancient city and its unique people, seen through the eyes of the most mysterious and beloved animal humans have ever known, the Cat.
Sat 3/25 & Sun 3/26, 1:45, all ages, non-alcoholic showing.
A riotous classic featuring two blazing stars of the screen, Peter O'Toole and Katherine Hepburn.
The year is 1183. Like many a modern day politician, Britain's King Henry II (O'Toole) finds it occasionally useful to take his wife out of mothballs and parade her before the public. Henry's Queen Eleanor (Hepburn), long exiled to a faraway castle, is invited to join Henry and their three sons for a family reunion. In this way, Henry hopes to maintain a stronghold on his empire and to prevent the balance of power from shifting to Eleanor or to one of his sons. New 4K restoration.
Ohad Naharin is one of the most prominent, innovative and productive choreographers in the world. The film follows Naharin between Japan, Holland, Sweden and Israel - through the uncompromising work with dancers and draws a unique portrait of the 60-year old artist at the most critical point of his personal life.
A silent film production company and cast make a difficult transition to sound.
A one-time highly successful business woman, Harriet Lawler (Shirley MacLaine) has micro-managed every single aspect of her life. Why would her obituary be any different? And so she assigns the task to a local writer, Anne Sherman (Amanda Seyfried). When the first draft doesn't meet her expectations, Harriet sets out to rewrite her life's story before it's too late, with Anne dragged along as an unwilling accomplice. But as Anne slowly comes to realize, it's not Harriet's legacy she's helping to shape, it's her own.