Robert Burns Centre
FILM THEATRE
  

MARCH 2017 @ RBCFT

Tel: 01387 264808  

March Quick View - click on a film for full film details:

 

 

 

 

 
DATE FILM TIME (pm)
Wed 1 La La Land (12A) (baby friendly) 10.30am
Wed 1 La La Land (12A) Additional screening at 1.15pm Limited Availability at 8.00pm 1.15 & 8.00
Thu 2 La La Land (12A) SOLD OUT 10.45am
Thu 2 La La Land (12A) Limited Availability at 8.00pm 5.30+8.00
Fri 3 Jackie (15) Limited Availability for both screenings 5.30 + 7.30
Sat 4 Wee Film Club (see Learning at RBCFT) 10.30am + 11.30am
Sat 4 Jackie (15) 5.30 + 7.30
Mon 6 Your Name (12A) 7.00
Tue 7 Jackie (15) 7.30
Wed 8 Jackie (15) 7.30
Thu 9 Jackie (15) Additional screening at 10.45am 10.45+7.30
Fri 10 + Sat 11 T2: Trainspotting  (18) 7.30
Sun 12 La La Land (12A) Additional screening 6.00
Mon 13 Toni Erdmann (15) 6.30
Tue 14 T2: Trainspotting  (18) 7.30
Wed 15 T2: Trainspotting  (18) 7.30
Thu 16 La La Land (12A) Additional screening 10.45am
Thu 16 T2: Trainspotting  (18) 7.30
Fri 17 & Sat 18 Denial (12A) 7.30
Sat 18 The Lego Batman Movie (U) 11.00 & 2.00
Sun 19 The Lego Batman Movie (U) 11.30
Mon 20 Denial (12A) 7.00
Tue 21 Denial (12A) 7.30
Wed 22 Denial (12A) 10.45 & 7.30
Thu 23 Denial (12A) 5.30
Sun 26 Lion (PG) 5.15
Mon 27 Prevenge (15) 7.00
Tue 28 & Wed 29 Lion (PG) 5.30
Wed 29 I, Daniel Blake (15) 7.45
Thu 30 Lion (PG) 10.45 & 7.45
Thu 30 The Eagle Huntress (U) 6.00
     

Wed 1 – Thu 2 March

La La Land
Damian Chazelle | USA | 2016 | 128m | 12A - Contains infrequent strong language.

La La Land In the heart of Los Angeles, aspiring actress Mia (Emma Stone) serves lattes to movie stars in between auditions while dedicated jazz musician Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) plays in dingy bars in order to scrape by. The two meet and fall in love, but, as success mounts, the dreams they worked so hard to maintain threaten to rip them apart.

Bring a Baby  Bring a Baby (only for parents/guardians with babies aged 18 months and under) - 10.30pm on Wednesday 1 March - Please phone the RBCFT  on 01387 264808 to book.

Coffee Club  Coffee Club - 10.45pm on Thursday 2  & 16 March

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Fri 3 - Thu 9 March

Jackie
Pablo Larrain | USA | 2016 | 100m | 15

JackieA searing and intimate portrait of one of the most important and tragic moments in American history, seen through the eyes of the iconic First Lady, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy (Natalie Portman). ‘Jackie’ places us in her world during the days immediately following her husband’s assassination as the First Lady struggles through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband's historic legacy.

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Fri 9 - Thu 16 March

T2 Trainspotting (18)
Danny Boyle | UK | 2016 | 117m | 18

Jackie

Sequel to the 1996 smash hit. 20 years after ‘Trainspotting’, Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) returns to Scotland to make amends with his friends, Spud and Sick Boy, whilst avoiding the psychopathic Begbie, who has recently been released from prison.

Choose life. Choose Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and hope that someone, somewhere cares. Choose looking up old flames, wishing you'd done it all differently. And choose watching history repeat itself. Choose your future. Choose reality TV, slut shaming, revenge porn. Choose a zero hour contract, a two hour journey to work. And choose the same for your kids, only worse, and smother the pain with an unknown dose of an unknown drug made in somebody's kitchen. And then... take a deep breath. You're an addict, so be addicted. Just be addicted to something else. Choose the ones you love. Choose your future. Choose life”.

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Mon 6 March

Your Name
Makoto Shinkai | Japan | 2016 |106m | 12A | Dubbed into English

Your Name

The highest grossing Japanese anime ever, ‘Your Name’ is a fantasy drama about two strangers who find themselves linked in a bizarre way. A young man living in Tokyo and a young girl living in the countryside suddenly start switching bodies on a regular basis. When a connection forms, will distance be the only thing to keep them apart?

Contains moderate language, sex references

 

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Mon 13 March

Toni Erdmann
Maren Ade | Germany/Austria/Romania | 2016 | 162m | 15 | Subtitles

JackieWinfried - a retiree with a penchant for practical jokes - doesn't see much of his workaholic daughter Ines. After an impulsive visit to see her in Bucharest, causing much embarrassment, he agrees to go home to Germany where he creates "Toni Erdmann" - Winfried's smooth-talking alter ego. Disguised in a tacky suit, weird wig and even weirder fake teeth, Toni barges into Ines' professional life, claiming to be her CEO's life coach….

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Fri 17 - Thu 23 March

Denial
Mick Jackson | UK/USA | 2016 | 109m | 12A

denial

Based on the true story of acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt (Rachel Weisz), who fought to prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irving (Timothy Spall), a renowned denier, sued her for libel.

Contains infrequent strong and racist language

 

Coffee ClubCoffee Club - 10.45pm on Wednesday 22 March

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Sat 18 - Sun 19 March

The Lego Batman Movie
Chris McKay | USA | 2016 | 104m | U

Jackie

The self-described leading man of ‘The Lego Movie’ now gets his own big-screen adventure. There are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker's hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up.

FAMILY FRIENDLY SCREENINGS
"The Lego Batman Movie" is our Family Friendly film for March.
Tickets for all performances are only £4.60 per person, irrespective of size or age or screening time! We normally disapprove of talking during films but as these shows are primarily for children grown-ups should expect a little bit of noise.

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Sun 26 - Thu 30  March

Lion
Garth Davis | Australia | 2016 | 118m | PG | Contains Subtitles

JackieAn uplifting and heart-warming true story of one man's search for home. Saroo, a five-year-old Indian boy, gets lost on the streets of Calcutta, thousands of miles from home before ending up in an orphanage. Eventually adopted by an Australian couple he finds love and security as he grows up in Hobart. A chance meeting with some fellow Indians 25 year later stirs up long forgotten memories and Saroo sets out to find his lost family.

Coffee ClubCoffee Club - 10.45pm on Thursday 30 March

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Mon 27  March

Prevenge
Alice Lowe | UK | 2016 | 15 | 87m

Jackie

Written, directed by and starring Alice Lowe (‘Sightseers’) as Ruth, a widow who is seven months pregnant and, believing herself to be guided by her unborn baby, embarks on a homicidal rampage, dispatching anyone who stands in her way.

“‘Prevenge’ is a sharp, dark comedy of pregnancy and serial killing”, Variety.

 

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Wed 29  March

I, Daniel Blake
Ken Loach | UK/France/Belgium | 2016 | 100m | 15

I, Daniel BlakeWinner of this year’s BAFTA award for Outstanding British Film.

Daniel is a middle-aged widower in the North East who can’t work or get benefits after a near-fatal heart attack. He befriends a single mother and her two children and together they attempt to navigate their way through the Kafkaesque bureaucracy of the current day benefits system.

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Thu 30 March

The Eagle Huntress
Otto Bell | UK/Mongolia/USA | 2016| 87m | U

The Eagle HuntressAnother chance to see the award winning documentary about Aisholpan, a 13-year-old nomadic Mongolian girl who is fighting to become the first female eagle hunter in twelve generations of her Kazakh family. Through breath-taking aerial cinematography and intimate vérité footage, the film captures her personal journey while also addressing universal themes like female empowerment, the natural world, coming of age and the onset of modernity.

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