Robert Burns Centre
FILM THEATRE
  

September 2019 @ RBCFT

Tel: 01387 264808  

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September Films
 
DATE FILM TIME (pm)
Sun 1 The Lion King (PG) 11.00am
Tue 3 The Lion King (PG) Baby Friendly 10.00am & 7.00
Wed 4 The Lion King (PG) 5.45
Thu 5 Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love (12A) 7.30
Tue 10 Afghan Cycles (12+) plus Discussion 7.00
Fri 13 Don't Look Now (15) 7.30
Sat 14 Blinded By The Light (12A) 7.30
Tue 17 Blinded By The Light (12A) 5.45
Wed 18 Blinded By The Light (12A) 7.30
Thu 19 Blinded By The Light (12A) 10.45 & 7.30
Fri 20 Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood (18) 7.30
Sat 21 Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood (18) 7.30
Tue 24 Yesterday (12A) 7.30
Wed 25 Yesterday (12A) 7.30
     

1 - 4 Sept

The Lion King
Jon Favreau | USA | 2019 | 118m | PG

The Lion KingLive action version of the Disney family favourite.

Relaxed Screening, 2pm Sat 31 August
This is a relaxed screening and is autism friendly. The auditorium lights won't be fully dimmed and the sound will be at a slightly lower volume than normal.

Bring a babyBaby Friendly, 10.30am Tuesday 3 September: For parents & guardians with baby under 18 months

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Thu 5 Sept

Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love
Nick Broomfield | USA | 2019 | 99m | 12A | In English and Norwegian with partial subtitles

Marianne & Leonard: Words of LoveDocumentary about the enduring love between Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse, Marianne Ihlen. Filmmaker Nick Broomfield chronicles their relationship, from the early days in Greece to how their love evolved when Leonard became a successful musician.

Contains drug references, moderate sex references, infrequent strong language.

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Tue 10 Sept

Afghan Cycles plus Discussion
Sarah Menzies | USA | 2018 | 90m | 12+ 

Afghan Cycles is a feature documentary about Afghan women who are pedalling their own revolution, challenging gender and cultural barriers by using the bicycle as a vehicle for freedom, empowerment and social change.
The film follows a diverse and growing group of women who are risking their honour and their lives for the joy and liberation of riding a bicycle. From rural cycling clubs to a National Cycling Team, these women are ushering in a new era for a country slowly awakening to global influence and inevitable cultural change.


Join us for a post film chat about many of the issues raised in the film with fellow cycling enthusiasts and, we hope, a few novices. Tea and coffee will be made available.

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13 Sept

Don't Look Now
Nic Roeg | UK | 1973 | 110m | 15

The Lion KingSuperb 4K restoration for one of the greatest British films ever made. Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie star in Nic Roeg’s brilliantly atmospheric adaptation of a short story by Daphne Du Maurier. Following the death of their daughter, John and Laura Baxter travel to Venice to oversee the restoration of an old church. Here they encounter a pair of elderly sisters: one of them a blind psychic who claims to have been in communication with the couple’s dead child. Whilst Laura is intrigued John resists the idea, despite the possibility he is having his own visions that threaten to put his life in danger….

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14 - 19 Sept

Blinded By The Light
Gurinder Chadha | UK | 2019 | 117m | 12A

1987. When music fanatic Javed discovers Springsteen his world is turned upside down and his passion for music and writing is set alight by the songs of the working-class poet. Yearning to escape the rules of his traditional Pakistani household, Javed finds himself caught in between two worlds and must discover if he too is ‘Born to Run…’ Directed by Gurinder Chadha (Bend It Like Beckham, Bhaji on the Beach) and based on the memoir of journalist Sarfraz Manzoor, this timely coming-of-age story proves that the right song has the capacity to transcend race, religion and place.

Contains racist language and behaviour, moderate bad language.

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20 & 21 Sept

Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood
Quentin Tarantino | USA | 2019 | 163m | 18

Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood visits 1969 Los Angeles, where everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore. The ninth film from the writer-director features a large ensemble cast and multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age.

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Tue 24 & Wed 25

Yesterday
Danny Boyle | UK | 2019 | 116m | 12A

YesterdayComedy written by Richard Curtis and directed by Danny Boyle. A struggling musician realises he’s the only person on Earth who can remember The Beatles after waking up in an alternate timeline where the Fab Four never existed.

Contains infrequent strong language, drug references, moderate sex references.

 

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