Show Times

Monday 25, March

Never Look Away

Never Look Away

Rfor graphic nudity, sexuality and brief violent images.

Monday 25, March

The Wedding Guest

The Wedding Guest

Rfor language, some violence and brief nudity

Woman at War

Woman at War

TBC

Apollo 11

Apollo 11

G

Monday 25, March

Tuesday 26, March

Never Look Away

Never Look Away

Rfor graphic nudity, sexuality and brief violent images.

Tuesday 26, March

The Wedding Guest

The Wedding Guest

Rfor language, some violence and brief nudity

Woman at War

Woman at War

TBC

Apollo 11

Apollo 11

G

Tuesday 26, March

Wednesday 27, March

Never Look Away

Never Look Away

Rfor graphic nudity, sexuality and brief violent images.

Wednesday 27, March

The Wedding Guest

The Wedding Guest

Rfor language, some violence and brief nudity

Wednesday 27, March

Woman at War

Woman at War

TBC

Wednesday 27, March

Apollo 11

Apollo 11

G

Wednesday 27, March

Thursday 28, March

Never Look Away

Never Look Away

Rfor graphic nudity, sexuality and brief violent images.

Thursday 28, March

The Wedding Guest

The Wedding Guest

Rfor language, some violence and brief nudity

Woman at War

Woman at War

TBC

Apollo 11

Apollo 11

G

Thursday 28, March

Apollo 11

Apollo 11

G

“This meticulously conceived documentary is both a definitive account of the voyage as well as a creative, cinematic you-are-there unfolding of the events that transpired.” –Screen International

Director Todd Douglas Miller’s film is a cinematic event 50 years in the making. Crafted from a newly discovered trove of 65mm footage, and more than 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio recordings, APOLLO 11 takes us straight to the heart of the most astonishing scientific and engineering feat of all time—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, and we were, for one short moment, united. (U.S., 2019, 93m)

Monday 25, March

Tuesday 26, March

Wednesday 27, March

Thursday 28, March

Show Future Dates
Never Look Away

Never Look Away

Rfor graphic nudity, sexuality and brief violent images.

“Gorgeous, engaging ... a cohesively integrated collage of many genres (history, war, crime, medical drama with romance and spectacle) and a feast of fine acting and magnificent visuals.” –Film Journal

A sweeping romantic historical drama from the Academy Award®-winning director and writer Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck (THE LIVES OF OTHERS), NEVER LOOK AWAY follows 30 years in the life of a great artist loosely based on Gerhard Richter (played by Tom Schilling). From a childhood witnessing Nazi Germany to post-war East Berlin, where he falls in love with a young woman (Paula Beer, FRANTZ) whose father is an ex-Nazi murderer in hiding (the great Sebastian Koch). Escaping to the West at the time of the Berlin Wall, he immerses himself into a radical new movement in contemporary art. (Germany, 2018, 189m)

Monday 25, March

Tuesday 26, March

Wednesday 27, March

Thursday 28, March

Show Future Dates
The Wedding Guest

The Wedding Guest

Rfor language, some violence and brief nudity

”It’s all quite gorgeous, and surprisingly moving … shows just how much you can do with a wisp of a story and a whole lot of cinematic vision.” –New York Magazine

Jay (Dev Patel, LION, SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE) is a man with a secret who travels from Britain to Pakistan to attend a wedding, armed with duct tape, a shotgun, and a plan to kidnap the bride-to-be. Despite his cold efficiency, the plot quickly spirals out of control, sending Jay and his hostage on the run across the border and through the railway stations, back alleys, and black markets of New Delhi. The latest from Michael Winterbottom (as all the while attractions simmer, loyalties shift, and explosive secrets bubble to the surface. (U.K., 2019, 94m)

Woman at War

Woman at War

TBC

“Erlingsson’s genius lies in how he puts it all together with such witty intelligence, arranging beautifully shot picaresque episodes around a central figure who lives the ideals of the heroes she has hanging on her wall, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela.” –Variety

Behind her quiet daily routine, Halla leads a double life as a passionate environmental activist, known to others only by her alias “The Woman of the Mountain,” and waging a secret one-woman-war on the local aluminum industry. After succeeding in pausing the negotiations between the Icelandic government and the corporation building a new aluminum smelter, she receives an unexpected letter that changes everything. Benedikt Erlingsson’s biting satire (Sweden, 2018, 101m)