Robert Burns Centre
FILM THEATRE
  

MAY 2019 @ RBCFT

Tel: 01387 264808  

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May Films
 
DATE FILM TIME (pm)
Mon 20 Happy As Lazzaro (12A) FILM CLUB 7.00
Tue 21 EVENT CINEMA Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake 7.00
Wed 22 Wild Rose (15) BABY FRIENDLY 10.30am
Wed 22 Wild Rose (15) *Limited Availability* 5.45
Thu 23 Wild Rose (15) *Extra Screening at 5.30pm* *Limited Availability at 7.30pm* 5.30 + 7.30
********* Please Note New ticket prices for films below *********
Fri 24 Red Joan (12A) *Limited Availability* 7.30
Sat 25 Missing Link (PG) 11.00am
Sat 25 The Sisters Brothers (15) 7.30
Sun 26 Missing Link (PG) 11.00am
Mon 27 The Sisters Brothers (15) FILM CLUB 7.00
Tue 28 Red Joan (12A) Captioned Screening (Hard of Hearing) 5.45
Wed 29 Red Joan (12A) *Limited Availability* 7.00
Thu 30 Red Joan (12A) COFFEE CLUB *Limited Availability* 10.45am
Thu 30 Red Joan (12A) *Limited Availability* 7.30
Fri 31 Eighth Grade (15) 7.30
     

Mon 20 May

Happy As Lazzaro (Lazzaro felice)
Alice Rohrwacher | Italy | 2018 | 127m | 12A - Infrequent moderate violence, language(Italian with English subtitles)

Lazzaro (talented newcomer Adriano Tardiolo) is a peasant whose sweet nature makes people mistake him for simple-minded. He happily does the bidding of anyone in his local village, which is ruled over by tobacco baroness Marchesa, and finds an unlikely friend in Marchesa's petulant, spoiled son Tancredi, who convinces his hapless ally to help him stage a dramatic incident.

Writer-director Alice Rohrwacher delivers a magic-realist fable, rich in exotic beauty and exquisite imagery, that doubles as an origin myth for a modern Italy consumed by corruption and decline.

Screening as part of the Monday Night Film Club.
The film will be preceded by a short intro and all are welcome to stay on for the post-film discussion, complimentary tea and coffee will be made available.

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Tue 21 May

Event Cinema: Matthew Bourne's Swan lake
 UK | 2019 | 127min | 

Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake comes to cinemas with a fresh look for the 21st century and is ‘as bold and beautiful as ever’ (Telegraph). 

This thrilling, audacious and witty production is perhaps still best known for replacing the female corps-de-ballet with a menacing male ensemble, which shattered convention, turned tradition upside down and took the dance world by storm.

Retaining the iconic elements of the original staging loved by millions around the world, Matthew Bourne and award-winning designers Lez Brotherston (Set & Costumes) and Paule Constable (Lighting) have created a ‘spellbinding’ ( Independent) re-imagining of this classic New Adventures production. Filmed live at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake stars Will Bozier as The Swan/The Stranger, Liam Mower as The Prince and Nicole Kabera as The Queen.

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Wed 22 & Thu 23 May

Wild Rose
Tom harper | UK | 2018 | 100m | 15

A musician from Glasgow dreams of becoming a Nashville star. Jessie Buckley stars as Rose-Lynn Harlan who, fresh out of jail, is desperate to break into the country music scene, much to the chagrin of her mother, played by Julie Walters. 

"Jessie Buckley gives a star-making performance in a music fable that has more than music on its mind", Variety

Bring a babyBaby Friendly, 10.30am Wed 22 May
For parents & guardians with baby under 18 months

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Fri 24 - Thu 30 May

Red Joan
Trevor Nunn| UK | 2018 | 101m | 12A - Contains moderate sex, suicide references

British drama in which an elderly woman (Dame Judi Dench) recalls her past as a Russian spy.

Access: the film features Audio Description (AD) for people with sight loss. Headsets to access the AD are available upon request, please ask at time of booking or at the front desk.

Coffee ClubCoffee Club - 10.45am on Thu 30 May

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Sat 25 & Sun 26 May

Missing Link
Chris Butler| USA | 2019 | 95m | PG

Hugh Jackman voices a gentleman adventurer in an exquisite stop-motion animation.

Tired of living a solitary life in the Pacific Northwest, Mr Link, who is 8 feet tall and covered in fur, recruits fearless explorer Sir Lionel Frost (Hugh Jackman) to guide him on a journey to find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, the trio encounters their fair share of peril as they travel to the far reaches of the world. Through it all, they learn that sometimes one can find a family in the places one least expects.

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Sat 25 & Mon 27 May

The Sisters Brothers
Jacques Audiard | USA | 2018 | 122m | 15 

Joaquin Phoenix, John C. Reilly, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Riz Ahmed headline Audiard’s adaptation of Patrick deWitt’s award-winning novel set against the backdrop of the 1851 gold rush. The two brothers are sent to kill a prospector accused of stealing from a tyrannical crime boss. Audiard delivers a brutal but very funny, eccentric and poetic western.

Screening as part of the Monday Night Film Club.
The film will be preceded by a short intro and all are welcome to stay on for the post-film discussion, complimentary tea and coffee will be made available.

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Fri 31 May & Sat 1 June

Eighth Grade
Bo Burnham | USA | 2018 | 94m | 15 

Writer/director Bo Burnham, making his feature film debut, delivers a keenly observed and achingly funny portrait of the insecurities and absurdities of being 13 in a world where one’s private experience is lived publicly online. While ‘Eighth Grade’ depicts the seeming impossibility of making it through middle school alive, it also celebrates the debut of its star, Elsie Fisher, who anchors the film with a dynamic portrayal that feels both incredibly specific and heartbreakingly universal.

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