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THE FALL GUY
2024 | Dir David Leitch | 126m | USA

Thursday 13 June 2024 at 2.30pm *HOH
*HOH – Descriptive subtitles for those with hearing loss.

Thursday 13 June 2024 at 7.30pm
Saturday 15 June 2024 at 11.00am (Relaxed screening for young people living with autism or other neurodivergent conditions)

Ryan Reynolds and Emily Blunt star as stunt-man and director in an Hollywood action film. Can they find their missing leading man, and rekindle their broken romance, in this action comedy delight.

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Stuntman Ryan Gosling and camera operator Emily Blunt are super cute as exes who are brought back together for her first feature as director. When the star goes missing, Colt Seavers (Gosling) is told it’s his job to find him, as he’s the only crew member not needed until the star returns. Colt gets into lots of trouble while he tries to find him. A great, funny, romantic action-adventure film. Will Colt find the star and get the girl? You’ll have to come along and find out.

CHALLENGERS (Babes In Arms Screening)
2024 | Dir Luca Guadagnino | 131m | USA

Friday 14 June 2024 at 11.00am (Babes In Arms)
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A tennis love-triangle has Zendaya as an ex-player turned coach, trying to end ex-boyfriend and ex-best mate Josh O’Connor’s losing streak by pitching him against Mike Faist, her ex-husband.

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Art is a six-times Grand Slam winner, while Patrick is scraping a living on the lower Challenger circuit. When Art’s coach and ex-wife Tashi pushes him into a Challenger tournament to regain form, he meets Patrick in the final. Art and Patrick were once inseparable best friends and doubles partners, when Tashi was the biggest prospect in tennis… Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino serves us an ace in this intense, exhilarating and often very funny movie.

WICKED LITTLE LETTERS
2023 | Dir Thea Sharrock | 102m | UK

Saturday 15 June 2024 at 2pm

Littlehampton, 1920s. When various respectable citizens start receiving letters full of obscenities, free-spirit Rose quickly falls under suspicion. Can WPC Gladys Moss find the real culprit?

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A superb British cast shine in this comic dramatization of a real-life incident from 1920s Littlehampton. When exotically insulting poison-pen letters were sent to spinster Edith Swan (Olivier Colman), her fiery Irish neighbour Rose Gooding (Jesse Buckley) was quickly accused of libel. Suspecting there was more to this than met the eye, Sussex’s first WPC (Anjana Vasan) set out to find the true culprit… “Hilariously creative swearing [and] Thea Sharrock’s confident direction” make this “a cheeky pleasure that never tires” (Metro).

LA CHIMERA
2023 | Dir Alice Rohrwacher | 133m | Italy | France

Tuesday 18 June at 7.30pm

Josh O’Connor’s ancient history scholar uses his knowledge to nefarious ends, while pining for the young woman who he loved when he was a student staying at her mother’s Tuscan manor.

“Alice Rohrwacher’s uproarious adventure teems with life” Peter Bradshaw in The Guardian

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Arthur was once a respectable archaeology student in love with the daughter of a local aristocrat (played by Isabella Rossellini). But his love has died, and in his grief, he has turned to using his skills to help a local gang discover Etruscan antiquities and sell them on the black market. A hit with critics at last year’s Cannes festival, Alice Rohrwacher’s film is part comedy, part magic-realist fantasy, part sad romance, and totally captivating. Italian with English subtitles.

CHALLENGERS
2024 | Dir Luca Guadagnino | 131m | USA

Thursday 20 June 2024 at 2.30pm
Thursday 20 June 2024 at 7.30pm *HOH
*HOH – Descriptive subtitles for those with hearing loss.

A tennis love-triangle has Zendaya as an ex-player turned coach, trying to end ex-boyfriend and ex-best mate Josh O’Connor’s losing streak by pitching him against Mike Faist, her ex-husband.

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Art is a six-times Grand Slam winner, while Patrick is scraping a living on the lower Challenger circuit. When Art’s coach and ex-wife Tashi pushes him into a Challenger tournament to regain form, he meets Patrick in the final. Art and Patrick were once inseparable best friends and doubles partners, when Tashi was the biggest prospect in tennis… Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino serves us an ace in this intense, exhilarating and often very funny movie.

BACK TO BLACK
2024 | Dir Sam Taylor Johnson | 120m | UK

Saturday 22 June 2024 at 2.00pm

Sam Taylor-Johnson’s bio-pic about the late Amy Winehouse, her battles with drugs and her family, and who she created the songs for one of the best-selling albums of our time.

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Celebrating the unforgettable legacy of a homegrown star lost too soon, Back to Black delves into the remarkable journey of Amy Winehouse. Set against the backdrop of her beloved Camden streets, the film captures her early rise to fame and the trials of overnight international stardom, while paying homage to Amy’s unparalleled artistry, wit, and candour. Offering an unfiltered glimpse into the complexities of modern fame, it stands as a moving tribute to a talent of rare magnitude.  

JOHN SINGER SARGENT: FASHION AND SWAGGER
2024 | Dir David Bickerstaff | 90m | UK

Tuesday 25 June 2024 at 2.30pm

The latest Exhibition on Screen documentary looks at Sargent’s work using examples from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tate Britain.

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JS Sargent was the greatest society portraitist of the Gilded Age that preceded the First World War, using the “swagger” of his posing and brushwork to show more than just the wealth of his subjects. Accompanying both Tate Britain’s ongoing exhibition and a similar show at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, this polished documentary shows his shimmering paintings – including Boston murals that will never travel here – in illuminating detail, amidst the context of the fashion world of his era.  

BLACKBIRD BLACKBIRD BLACKBERRY
2023 | Dir Elene Naveriani | 110m | Switzerland | Georgia

Tuesday 25 June 2024 at 7.30pm

The life of a happily single, 48 year old woman, living in a remote Georgian village, is turned upside down when a man enters her life. Is her cherished independence in danger?

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Eke Chavleishvili is a revelation as Etero in this coming-of (middle) age movie about a Georgian woman living alone with her own business, doing as she pleases, not concerned with men and relationships… until she almost falls to her death picking blackberries. This incident makes her braver and more adventurous. She starts to enjoy the simple pleasures of life, speaking her mind and making the first move with a man she has admired. This newfound zest for life is bittersweet. Strange symptoms make her fear she may be very sick, and she prepares to end her days at the hospital. Her doctor, however, has a wonderful and surprising diagnosis for her. “A marvellously tender story of loneliness and love. A gentle, sensual gem of a movie” (Peter Bradshaw in The Guardian). Georgian with English subtitles.

CIVIL WAR
2024 | Dir Alex Garland | 109m | USA

Wednesday 26 June 2024 at 7.30pm
Saturday 29 June 2024 at 2.00pm

In Alex Garland’s vision of a fractured future America, a group of journalists race to reach the capital before rebel factions descend upon the White House.

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From Alex Garland, the sci-fi writer-director behind Ex-Machina and Annihilation, comes a new dystopian thriller about a not too distant future where civil war has broken out in the United States. The film follows a group of journalists as they travel across the country documenting the horrors they witness along the way. As they encounter rising tensions amongst the country’s citizens and betrayals lurking at their every turn, will they make it in time to expose its secrets?

TWO TICKETS TO GREECE
2022 | Dir Marc Fitoussi | 110m | France | Greece

Thursday 27 June 2024 at 2.30pm
Thursday 27 June 2024 at 7.30pm

School mates Blandine and Magalie are re-united for a trip to the Greek islands, but can these two mismatched characters re-discover their old friendship, with the help of Magalie’s friend Bijou?

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Blandine and Magalie were schoolfriends who once planned to run away to a Greek island, and are now middle-aged, divorced and estranged. Blandine’s son finds Magalie online and books his mother’s dream trip for them. Blandine is uptight, and Magalie is a free spirit, so they don’t hit it off, and have soon drifted off-course in the Greek islands. They then bump into an old friend of Magalie’s, and their relationship changes. Great performances and dreamy Greek landscapes make this the ideal summer escape film. French with English subtitles.

I KNOW WHERE I’M GOING (Dementia Friendly)
1945 | Dir Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger | 92m | UK

Tuesday 02 July 20924 at 11am (Dementia Friendly)

A young Englishwoman goes to the Hebrides to marry her older, wealthier fiancé, but when the weather keeps them separated on different islands, she begins to have second thoughts.

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Dementia Friendly screening. Ambitious and independent, Joan knows where she’s going – or at least she thinks she does. Travelling to the Hebrides to marry her older, wealthy fiancé, she’s forced to wait out bad weather on the Isle of Mull, where an encounter with Torquil, a naval officer on shore leave, sets her compass spinning… With a haunted castle, a ceilidh and the stunning island scenery, legendary director duo Powell & Pressburger conjured one of the most enchanting romances in movie history, now restored and re-released through the BFI. “My favourite film of all time” – Tilda Swinton.

THAT THEY MAY FACE THE RISING SUN
2023 | Dir Pat Collins | 111m | Ireland | UK

Tuesday 02 July 2024 at 2.30pm
Tuesday 02 July 2024 at 7.30pm

A young artistic couple have returned to rural Ireland from London, where they share a rural idyll with a group of memorable local characters over the course of a year.

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This gently heartfelt adaptation of John McGahern’s 1980s-set novel follows a London couple to a lakeside village in the Irish countryside. As a year goes by, the community come together for haymaking, market days, lambing and the seasonal festivals, and we get to know its people through their work, play and religious observance. Set to birdsong and a piano score, this Best Film winner at the Irish Film and TV Awards reveals “under its quiet surface the human condition writ delicate but deep” (Financial Times).

MADE IN ENGLAND: THE FILMS OF POWELL AND PRESSBURGER
2024 | Dir David Hinton | 131m | GB

Wednesday 03 July 2024 at 7.30pm

Martin Scorsese gives a very personal view of the work of Powell and Pressburger, the director/writer team that produced a string of cinema masterpieces in the 1940s and 1950s.

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This is really an illustrated lecture by Martin Scorsese, who admired the films of Powell and Pressburger from childhood, and later worked with Michael Powell. Using lavish clips from masterpieces like The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, Black Narcissus and The Red Shoes, Made In England shows how the pair responded to the Second World War and its aftermath through their truly great body of work that has continued to influence filmmakers and delight audiences with their intensity of emotion and colour.

FURIOSA: A MAD MAX SAGA
2024 | Dir George Miller | 148m | Australia | UK

Tuesday 09 July at 7.00pm
Saturday 13 July 2024 at 11am (Relaxed Screening)

This latest episode in the apocalyptic saga created by George Miller gives us the backstory of Imperator Furiosa, the character played by Charlize Theron in Mad Max: Fury Road.

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In a radioactive wasteland, the Green Place of Many Mothers is one of the last remaining areas with fresh water and arable land. Furiosa, played by Anya Taylor-Joy, is captured by raiders who deliver her to their leader the Warlord Dementus. As Furiosa is forced to join Dementus’s Biker Horde, they scour the Wasteland, and their journey brings them to the Citadel ruled by The Immortan Joe and his followers. Caught between warring factions, Furiosa fights for survival in the Wasteland, all the while plotting her escape as she seeks to return to the place she called home.

IN FLAMES
2023 | Dir Zarrah Khan | 98m | Pakistan | Canada

Wednesday 10 July 2024 at 7.30pm

A highly original horror film from Pakistan, based around the effect of the patriarchal society on a mother and daughter who find themselves without male family members to protect them.

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Pakistan’s official entry for Best International Film at the 2024 Academy Awards, In Flames delves into Pakistani culture, examining patriarchal customs and morality through a gripping ghost story. The film follows Mariam (Ramesha Nawal) as she and her family face immense pressure after her grandfather’s death. Mariam, her mother Fariha (Bakhtawar Mazhar), and younger brother Bilal (Jibran Khan) are coerced by Uncle Nasir (Adnan Shah) to relinquish their apartment. As Mariam confronts her traumatic past, she and Fariha battle both real and supernatural threats in a male-dominated world. In Flames is a beautiful and sobering film, offering a powerful narrative of resilience. Urdu with English subtitles.

(TBC) ROSE
2022 | Dir Niels Arden Oplev | 106m | Denmark

Thursday 11 July 2024 at 2.30pm
Thursday 11 July 2024 at 7.30pm

The Killing’s Sofie Gråbøl plays Inger, a troubled woman who is persuaded by her sister and brother-in-law to join a coach trip to France, where the secrets of her past are revealed.

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Inger (Sofie Gråbøl) , a schizophrenic, lives in a Danish care home, but her sister Ellen has persuaded her to come on a coach holiday to France, much to their mother’s annoyance. Aided by her new husband, Ellen must combat the antipathy of their fellow travellers, especially middle-aged father Andreas (played by Søren Malling, Gråbøl’s co-star in The Killing), while Inger goes looking for her romantic past in Paris. Anchored by a superb performance from Gråbøl, this is a deeply personal project for writer/director Niels Arden Oplev, whose sister has schizophrenia, and he shows how society struggles to deal with Inger’s of this world. Danish with English subtitles.

FOUR LITTLE ADULTS
2023 | Dir Selma Vilhunen | 122m | Finland

Tues 16 July 2024 at 7.30pm

When Juulia, the wife of respected local parish priest Matias, finds out that he is having an affair, she suggests they begin an open marriage. He agrees, but is then less than happy with her new partner…

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After discovering that husband Matias is having an affair (she’s an MP, he’s a priest!), Juulia suggests an open marriage. Matias’s lover Enni is joined in the polyamorous arrangement by non-binary nurse and drag performer Miska… Will the four find a way forward, or will they be derailed by jealousy and social disapproval? Selma Vilhunen’s mature exploration of relationship dilemmas is inspired by her hero Ingmar Bergman, and led by a typically strong performance from Alma Pöysti (Tove; Fallen Leaves). Finnish with English subtitles.

THE DEAD DON’T HURT
2023 | Dir Viggo Mortensen | 129m | Mexico | Canada

Wednesday 17 July 2024 at 7.30pm

Viggo Mortensen is writer, director, producer, composer and star of this drama set during the American Civil War, about two independent-minded pioneers, who fall in love, but then find themselves on either side of the conflict.

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Viggo Mortensen’s second directorial effort, The Dead Don’t Hurt, is a well-executed western set in the 1860s. Mortensen stars alongside Vicky Krieps in this tale of immigrants striving to build a life in a corrupt Nevada town. Krieps shines as Vivienne Le Coudy, an irreverent and fiercely independent French-Canadian flower seller who refuses to wed but travels with Danish carpenter Holger Olsen (Mortensen) to Elk Flats. Facing the town’s corruption, led by Mayor Rudolph Schiller (Danny Huston) and rancher Alfred Jeffries (Garret Dillahunt), Vivienne’s resilience and passion highlight her determination to defy an unforgiving, male-dominated world.

AMA GLORIA
2023 | Dir Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq | 84m | France

Thursday 18 July 2024 at 2.30pm
Thursday 18 July 2024 at 7.30pm

Six year old Cléo and her beloved Cape Verdean nanny Gloria are inseparable. When Gloria’s mother dies, and she must return to Africa, she persuades Cléo’s widowed dad to let the girl join her for the summer, but not everyone welcomes her.

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Bubbly little Cléo lives with her widowed father Arnaud and her beloved nanny Gloria. When Gloria’s mother dies and she is forced home to Cape Verde, she persuades Arnaud to send Cléo out for a holiday. Most of Gloria’s family and the local children welcome the youngster, but Gloria’s son César resents that his mother left them to look after a foreign child. An insightful look at colonialism and a moving rite-of-passage story, elevated by an exceptional performance by Mauroy-Panzani as the little girl. French with English subtitles.

TWO TICKETS TO GREECE  (Babes In Arms Screening)
2022 | Dir Marc Fitoussi | 110m  France | Greece

Friday 19 July 2024 at 11am

School mates Blandine and Magalie are re-united for a trip to the Greek islands, but can these two mismatched characters re-discover their old friendship, with the help of Magalie’s friend Bijou?

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Blandine and Magalie were schoolfriends who once planned to run away to a Greek island, and are now middle-aged, divorced and estranged. Blandine’s son finds Magalie online and books his mother’s dream trip for them. Blandine is uptight, and Magalie is a free spirit, so they don’t hit it off, and have soon drifted off-course in the Greek islands. They then bump into an old friend of Magalie’s, and their relationship changes. Great performances and dreamy Greek landscapes make this the ideal summer escape film.

THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
1975 | Dir Jim Sharman | 100m | UK | USA

Friday 19 July 2024 at 7.30pm
All tickets priced at £12

In Richard O’Brien’s camp, cult, sci-fi musical, young and innocent lovers Brad and Janet suffer the misfortune of their car breaking down outside the mansion of mad scientist Dr. Frank-N-Furter.

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We are presenting The Rocky Horror Picture Show! A newly-engaged couple’s car breaks down in an isolated area, forcing them to seek shelter at the bizarre residence of Dr. Frank-n-Furter. As an interactive event, this will not be a sit quietly-in your-chair night. We will be encouraging audience members to dress up as their favourite characters, join in with the songs and actions and have a great night out on the eve of Croydon’s Pride activities. Will you come as Brad? Janet? Or…….? In conjunction with Croydon Pride.

KES
1969 | Dir Ken Loach | 111m |   UK

Saturday 20 July 2024 at 2pm

Ken Loach’s much loved and lauded portrait of a young schoolboy, seemingly with no future, who finds solace and meaning training a young falcon chick that he steals from a nest.

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Often cited as one of the greatest British films ever made, Kes tells the tale of young Billy Casper and his beloved kestrel. Based on the book A Kestrel for a Knave by Barry Hines, this South Yorkshire-set story paints a picture of Billy’s poverty-stricken present and seemingly bleak future, which is still relevant today. As Time Out said “Kes is one of the most astute, engaged films about education and what it takes for kids to be excited about learning or passionate about anything, really.” A 35mm presentation in association with The Cinema Museum.

(Cert TBC) NEXT SOHEE
2022 | Dir July Jung | 134m | Korea

Tuesday 23 July 2024 at 2.30pm
Tuesday 23 July 2024 at 7.30pm

Detective Yoo-jin is sent to investigate the death of a high-school internee at a call centre company, and in doing so, lifts the lid on the world of contemporary exploitative labour practices in South Korea.

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High school student Sohee starts training for a job at a call centre, but it’s full-on and the pressure won’t let up. Pushed over the edge by her own pride and the pride of those around her, the company’s greed leads to her death. Detective Oh Yu-jin starts to probe Sohee’s demise and finds an unsettling truth as she finds she has something in common with Sohee. A thriller/drama which takes an insightful look at the pressures of internships and externships on Korean youth. Korean with English subtitles.

(Cert TBC) A QUIET PLACE DAY ONE
2024 | Dir Michael Sarnoski | 100m | USA

Wednesday 24 July 2024 at 7.30pm *HOH
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Thursday 25 July 2024 at 7.30pm

This prequel to John Krasinski’s chiller, based on his original story, shows how the invasion of the bloodthirsty alien creatures with ultrasonic sound hearing took place.

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As New York City is invaded by alien creatures who hunt by sound, a woman named Sammy fights to survive. A prequel to the smash hit post-apocalyptic horror film A Quiet Place, this new instalment is set during the first days of the alien invasion, as the world learns to live in their new reality. Experience the day the world went quiet.

A GREYHOUND OF A GIRL
2023 | Dir Enzo D’Alò | 85m | Estonia | Ireland

Thursday 25 July 2024 at 2.30pm
Saturday 27 July 2024 at 2.00pm

Based on a story by Roddy Doyle, this animated films tells the story of four generations. Mary is learning to cook, using the recipes of her beloved grandmother, who is gravely ill. Mary is befriended by a mysterious old lady full of family tales.

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Eleven-year-old Mary dreams of becoming a great chef, inspired by the delicious meals created by her beloved grandmother. However, Mary and her family must come to terms with her granny’s illness, helped by a mysterious visitor and a road trip across Ireland. Adopted from a novel by Roddy Doyle, this colourful animation provides some touching life lessons and a little bit of magic. Marvellous Makers – in association with Croydon Libraries and Leisure.

ROSALIE
2023 | Dir  Stéphanie Di Giusto | 115m | France | Belgium

Tuesday 30 July 2024 at 2.30pm
Tuesday 30 July 2024 at 7.30pm

In 1870s Brittany, Abel, a bar owner deep in debt, marries Rosalie for her dowry, without knowing that she has an embarrassing secret. But she is determined to use her secret to their advantage.

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If you enjoyed Benoit Magimel’s delicious performance in our recent screenings of A Taste Of Things with Juliet Binoche, you will love him in this historical drama about a café owner who unknowingly marries a hirsute woman for her dowry. Rosalie has been keeping her secret for her whole life, but things are about to change. His embarrassment of her looks initially puts a wedge between them and he thinks she will put his customers off their drinks. Inspired by the true story of the first Bearded Woman in France. French with English subtitles.