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January 2022 @ RBCFT

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January Films
 
DATE FILM TIME (pm)
     
Tue 4 Clifford The Big Red Dog (PG) 2.00 & 4.15
Wed 5 Clifford The Big Red Dog (PG) 11.15am
Wed 5 West Side Story (12A) 1.30 & 7.00
Thu 6 Clifford The Big Red Dog (PG) 1.45 & 5.00
Thu 6 West Side Story (12A) *SOLD OUT* 7.00
Fri 7 Mothering Sunday (15) 7.00
Sat 8 Mothering Sunday (15) 4.45
Sun 9 All About Eve (12A) 2.00
Mon 10 C'mon, C'mon (15) Monday Night Film Club (Captioned Screening) 7.00
Tue 11 C'mon, C'mon (15) 7.00
Wed 12 The Lost Daughter (15) 7.00
Thu 13 The Lost Daughter (15) 7.00
Fri 14 The Tragedy Of Macbeth (15) 7.00
Sat 15 The Tragedy Of Macbeth (15) 7.30
Sun 16 West Side Story (12A) Extra just added 2.00
Mon 17 The Tragedy Of Macbeth (15) Monday Night Film Club 7.00
Tue 18 The Tragedy Of Macbeth (15)  7.00
Wed 19 The Tragedy Of Macbeth (15) Coffee Club 10.45am
Wed 19 West Side Story (12A) Extra just added 7.00
Thu 20 Drive My Car (15) 6.45
Fri 21 The Matrix Resurrections (15) 7.00
Sat 22 The Matrix Resurrections (15) 7.00
Sun 23 The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain (12A) 2.00
Mon 24 Boiling Point (15) Monday Night Film Club 7.00
Tue 25 The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain (12A) 5.00
Tue 25 Boiling Point (15) 7.30
Wed 26 The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain (12A) 7.30
Thu 27 The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain (12A) Coffee Club 10.45am
Fri 28 Belfast (12A) 7.30
Sat 29 Belfast (12A) (Captioned screening) 7.00
Sun 30 Belfast (12A) 2.00
Mon 31 Belfast (12A) 2.00
Mon 31 Memoria (12A) Monday Night Film Club 7.00
     

 Wed 29 Dec - Thu 6 Jan

Clifford The Big Red Dog
Walt Becker | UK, USA, Canada | 2021 | 96m | PG

Family film based on the best-selling books.
When Emily Elizabeth meets a magical animal rescuer who gives her a little red puppy, she never anticipated waking up to find a giant, 10-foot hound in her small New York City apartment. With her single mother away on business, Emily and her fun but impulsive uncle set out on an adventure that takes a bite out of the Big Apple.

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 Fri 31 Dec to Wed 19 Jan

West Side Story
Steven Spielberg | USA | 2021 | 156m | 12A

Inspired by the original 1957 musical, West Side Story brings the classic romance ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to the harsh and gritty streets of Upper West Side, New York. During a tense gang rivalry between the Jets and the Sharks, Tony finds himself falling in love with his rival’s sister, Maria. As the turf war between the two gangs grows more violent by the day, their love blossoms and threatens to rip apart the neighbourhood.

Steven Spielberg brings this epic musical to the big screen in spectacular cinematic fashion, including the timeless songs “Maria”, “America”, “Tonight”, “I Feel Pretty”, and the stunning “Somewhere”, to delight all-ages audiences everywhere this New Year. 

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 Fri 7 & Sat 8 Jan

Mothering Sunday
Eva Husson | UK | 2021 | 104m | 15

On a warm spring day in 1924, housemaid and foundling Jane Fairchild (Odessa Young) finds herself alone on Mother’s Day. Her employers, Mr and Mrs Niven (Colin Firth and Olivia Colman), are out and she has the rare chance to spend an afternoon of abandon with her secret lover. Paul (Josh O’Connor), the boy from the manor house nearby, is Jane’s long-term love despite the fact that he’s engaged to be married to another woman. But events that neither can foresee will change the course of Jane’s life forever.
Based on the novella by Graham Swift, Mothering Sunday is a sensual period romance with a dazzling cast.based on the best-selling books.
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 Sun 9 Jan

All About Eve
Joseph L. Mankiewicz | USA | 1950 | 138m | 12A

“Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night.”
A film in which Davis does a great deal of drinking and smoking, gown-wearing, and hair-tossing (and was voted her best film in The Guardian in 2020), All About Eve is the Golden Age of Hollywood at its cynical best. A seemingly timid but secretly ruthless ingénue insinuates herself into the lives of an aging Broadway star (Davis) and her circle of theatre friends.
 

Contains suicide references and scenes of smoking

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 Mon 10 & Tue 11 Jan

C'mon, C'mon
Mike Mills | USA| 2021 | 108m | 15


Johnny (Joaquin Phoenix) and his young nephew (Woody Norman) forge a tenuous but transformational relationship when they are unexpectedly thrown together in this delicate and deeply moving story about the connections between adults and children, the past and the future, from writer-director Mike Mills

The screening on Monday 10 January is part of the Monday Night Film Club. A volunteer or RBC staff member will give a short introduction to a latest release, and everyone is welcome to stay for a post-film discussion.
Free tea, herbal and fruit teas, and coffee will be made available.

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 Wed 12 & Thu 13 Jan

Lost Daughter
Maggie Gyllenhaal | USA, Greece | 2021 | 121m | 15

Adapted from the novel by Elena Ferrante, The Lost Daughter is a powerful and quietly simmering debut from director Maggie Gyllenhaal.
Alone on a seaside vacation, Leda becomes consumed with a young mother and daughter as she watches them on the beach. Unnerved by their compelling relationship, (and their raucous and menacing extended family), Leda is overwhelmed by her own memories of the terror, confusion, and intensity of early motherhood. An impulsive act shocks Leda into the strange and ominous world of her own mind, where she is forced to face the unconventional choices she made as a young mother and their consequences.
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 Fri 14 -  Wed 19 Jan

The Tragedy Of Macbeth
Joel Coen | USA| 2021 | 105m | 15


A Scottish lord (Denzel Washington) becomes convinced by a trio of witches that he will become the next King of Scotland, and his ambitious wife (Frances McDormand) supports him in his plans of seizing power. Directed by Joel Coen and based on the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare. It is the first film directed by one of the Coen brothers without the other's involvement.

The screening on Monday 17 January is part of the Monday Night Film Club. A volunteer or RBC staff member will give a short introduction to a latest release, and everyone is welcome to stay for a post-film discussion.
Free tea, herbal and fruit teas, and coffee will be made available.

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 Thu 20 Jan

Drive My Car
Ryusuke Hamaguchi | Japan | 2021 | 179m | 15 | Various languages with English subtitles

Inspired by Haruki Murakami’s short story, Ryusuke Hamaguchi takes us on an unpredictable and self-revelatory journey in this serene yet riveting drama.
Theatre director Yusuke and his TV screenwriter wife Oto have a special bond as creative partners, sharing a life punctuated by private rituals. This is shattered by a sudden incident and the appearance of Yusuke’s new chauffeur Misaki and Koji, an actor from Oto’s TV series. As the film gradually peels back the unspoken layers of their marriage, parallels form with Yusuke’s ongoing production of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya. 

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 Fri 21 & Sat 22 Jan

The Matrix Resurrections
Lana Wachowski | USA | 2021 | 148m | 15 | In English, french, Spanish and Japanese with English subtitles

Return to a world of two realities: one, everyday life; the other, what lies behind it. To find out if his reality is a construct, to truly know himself, Mr. Anderson will have to choose to follow the white rabbit once more. 

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 Mon 24 & Tue 25 Jan

Boiling Point
Philip Barantini | UK | 2021 | 92m | 15 | 

Exhilarating one-take drama which takes place on the busiest night of the year at one of the hottest restaurants in London. Commanding head chef Andy Jones (Stephen Graham) balances along a knife's edge as multiple personal and professional crises threaten to destroy everything he's worked for. A surprise visit from a health and safety inspector sets the staff on edge as the overbooked hot spot fills with guests. Jones tries his best to diffuse tensions between management and crew while catering to the ridiculous demands of customers.  

The screening on Monday 24 January is part of the Monday Night Film Club. A volunteer or RBC staff member will give a short introduction to a latest release, and everyone is welcome to stay for a post-film discussion.
Free tea, herbal and fruit teas, and coffee will be made available.

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 Wed 26 & Thu 27 Jan

The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain
Will Sharpe | UK | 2021 | 111m | 12A

The true story of eccentric British artist Louis Wain (Benedict Cumberbatch), whose playful, psychedelic pictures transformed the public's perception of cats forever. Set in the early 1900s, we follow Wain as he seeks to unlock the "electrical" mysteries of the world and, in so doing, to better understand his own life and the profound love he shared with his wife Emily Richardson (Claire Foy).


Contains infrequent strong language.

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 Fri 28 Jan - Thu 3 Feb

Belfast
Kenneth Brannagh | UK | 2021 | 98m | 12A

One of the most anticipated releases of the year, Kenneth Branagh's Belfast is a personal and joyful story about the power of memory. It's a semi-autobiographical film which chronicles the life of a working-class family and their young son's childhood during the tumult of the late 1960s in the Northern Ireland capital.

Contains moderate threat, discrimination, infrequent strong language. 

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 Mon 31 Jan

Memoria
Apichatpong Weerasethakul | Colombia, Thailand, France, Germany, Mexico, Qatar, UK, China, Switzerland | 2021 | 136m | 12A | In Spanish with English subtitles

The latest film from Palme d’Or winning director Apichatpong Weerasethakul (Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives) stars Tilda Swinton as a Scottish woman, who, after hearing a loud ‘bang’ at daybreak, begins experiencing a mysterious sensory syndrome while traversing the jungles of Colombia.
Winner of the 2021 Cannes Jury Prize.

Contains unsettling scenes.

The screening on Monday 31 January is part of the Monday Night Film Club. A volunteer or RBC staff member will give a short introduction to a latest release, and everyone is welcome to stay for a post-film discussion.
Free tea, herbal and fruit teas, and coffee will be made available.

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