Robert Burns Centre
FILM THEATRE
  

JULY 2020 @ RBCFT

Tel: 01387 264808  

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July Films
 
DATE FILM TIME (pm)
     
Thu 1 Peter Rabbit 2 (U) Bring A Baby Screening 10.30am
Thu 1 EVENT CINEMA Faust: Opéra de Paris (12+) 6.45
Fri 2 Cruella (12A) 5.45
Sat 3 Cruella (12A) 2.15
Sat 3 Ahead Of the Curve (12A) plus discussion 7.00
Sun 4 Cruella (12A) 2.00
Tue 6 Cruella (12A) 4.15
Tue 6 First Cow (12A) 7.00
Wed 7 Cruella (12A) 4.15
Wed 7 First Cow (12A) 7.00
Thu 8 Cruella (12A) 1.30
Thu 8 Dear Comrades! (15) plus introduction 7.00
Fri 23 Black Widow (12A) 4.15
Sat 24 Black Widow (12A) Relaxed Screening 11.15am
Sat 24 Black Widow (12A) 2.00 & 5.00
Sun 25 Black Widow (12A) 1.45
Mon 26 Black Widow (12A) 6.00
Tue 27 Black Widow (12A) 2.45
Wed 28 Black Widow (12A) 4.15
Thu 29 Black Widow (12A) 7.00
     

Thu 1 July 

Peter Rabbit 2
Will Gluck | Australia, India, USA, UK, France, Canada | 2021 | 93m | U

This screening is exclusively for parents and/or guardians with babies aged 18 months and under as well as their older children.


In PETER RABBIT 2, the lovable rogue is back. Bea, Thomas, and the rabbits have created a makeshift family, but despite his best efforts, Peter can’t seem to shake his mischievous reputation. Adventuring out of the garden, Peter finds himself in a world where his mischief is appreciated, but when his family risks everything to come looking for him, Peter must figure out what kind of bunny he wants to be.

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Thu 1 July

EVENT CINEMA Faust: Opéra de Paris
Running Time 205m | 2021 | 12+ | With English Subtitles

 

This production was filmed live in Paris on March 22, 2021

Frustrated by the futile quest for knowledge, the erudite old Faust sells his soul to the devil in exchange for eternal youth and the beautiful Marguerite… Reworking the legend which Goethe popularised, Gounod focuses on the love story and elevates the significance of Marguerite’s fall and ultimate salvation. His decision to lighten the philosophical scope of the narrative allowed him to balance scenes where the supernatural called for something visually spectacular with a parallel microcosm governed by inner actions and feelings. Gounod’s score is a tour de force of melodic invention whose vocal composition reveals the composer’s skill at conveying sincere and immediate emotion.


For his Paris Opéra debut, German director Tobias Kratzer reflects on contemporary society’s obsession for eternal youth. With its sophisticated scenography, his production oscillates between hyperrealism and magic, the world of today and the eerie atmosphere of German romanticism.

 

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Fri 2 - Thu 8 July

Cruella
Craig Gillespie | USA, UK | 2021 | 134m | 12A


Disney comedy crime drama in which an orphaned young woman seeks a career in London as a fashion designer.
Estella (Emma Stone) is a young and clever grifter who's determined to make a name for herself in the fashion world. She soon meets a pair of thieves who appreciate her appetite for mischief, and together they build a life for themselves on the streets of London. However, when Estella befriends fashion legend Baroness von Hellman (Emma Thompson), she embraces her wicked side to become the raucous and revenge-bent Cruella.

Rated 12A (Contains moderate threat).

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Sat  3 July

Ahead Of The Curve plus post film discussion
Jen Rainin, Rivkah Beth Medow | USA  | 2020 | 98m | 12A

 

We are delighted to be screening the documentary about the long-running lesbian magazine Curve in conjunction with local magazine D&G Queerier, which recently celebrated its third birthday. D&G Queerier is a community magazine created by and for the LGBT+ community in Dumfries & Galloway.

All are welcome to stay on for a post-film discussion with staff from the magazine.


With a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track, and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. Ahead Of The Curve tracks the power of lesbian visibility and community from the early '90s to the present day through the story of Franco's founding of Curve magazine. Decades later, in the wake of a disabling injury, Franco learns that Curve will fold within the year and questions the relevance of the magazine in the face of accelerating threats to LGBTQ+ community. To forge a path forward, Franco reaches out to women working in today's queer spaces to understand what queer women need today and how Curve can continue to serve the community.

Film contains infrequent strong language, moderate sex references, nudity, discrimination.

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Tue 6 & Wed 7 July

First Cow
Kelly Reichardt | USA  | 2019 | 122m | 12A

 
In the 1820s, a taciturn loner and skilled cook travels west to Oregon Territory, where he meets a Chinese immigrant also seeking his fortune. Soon the two team up on a dangerous scheme to steal milk from the wealthy landowner’s prized Jersey cow – the first, and only, in the territory.
 

Rated 12A (Contains infrequent strong language).

 

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Thu 8 July

Dear Comrades! plus introduction
Andrey Konchelovsky | Russia  | 2020 | 121m | 15 | In Black & White | In Russian with English Subtitles

 
Russian drama based on real events. When the communist government raises food prices in 1962, the rebellious workers from the small industrial town of Novocherkassk go on strike. The massacre which then ensues is seen through the eyes of a devout party activist
“Andrei Konchalovsky’s account of the day Red Army soldiers and KGB snipers opened fire on strikers is a rage-filled triumph” ***** The Guardian


The film will be introduced by Ian Gasse. Ian is a member of Dumfries TUC and the Scottish Labour History Society. In 2020, Ian produced a booklet about labour history in Dumfries, copies of which are available at the RBCFT.

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Fri 23 - Thu 29 July

Black Widow
Cate Shortland | USA, UK | 2021 | 133m | 12A


Sat 24 July at 11.00am screening of BLACK WIDOW is a relaxed screening and is aimed at children and adults who are on the autism spectrum as well as their families. Lights will not be fully dimmed and the volume will be at a lower level than usual.

In Marvel Studios’ action-packed spy thriller BLACK WIDOW, Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger. Scarlett Johansson reprises her role as Natasha/Black Widow, Florence Pugh stars as Yelena, David Harbour portrays Alexei/The Red Guardian, and Rachel Weisz is Melina. Directed by Cate Shortland and produced by Kevin Feige, BLACK WIDOW is the first film in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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