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Big screen classics

A collection of the best the big screen has to offer.

Tickets for these screenings are only £8

December

  • Dance, Girl, Dance

    Dance, Girl, Dance

    Dorothy Arzner’s classic comedy-drama about the rivalry between two dancers is also an astute critique of the male gaze.

  • Sebastiane

    Sebastiane

    Derek Jarman’s remarkable debut turns the legend of the martyred saint into a reverie about homoerotic desire.

  • How Green Was My Valley

    How Green Was My Valley

    John Ford’s deeply moving account of the hardships suffered by a Welsh mining family in the late 19th century.

  • The River

    The River

    Jean Renoir’s visually beautiful, almost documentary-like drama about an English family living in Bengal towards the end of the Raj.

  • High Sierra

    High Sierra

    Bogart and Lupino excel in this classic heist movie about a loner ex-con making mistakes about who to trust.

  • To Sleep with Anger

    To Sleep with Anger

    This bold, beguiling blend of melodrama, suspense, satire and mysticism is a classic of African-American cinema.

  • The Magnificent Ambersons

    The Magnificent Ambersons

    Orson Welles’ elegiac masterpiece charts the decline of a Midwestern dynasty with wit, wisdom and cinematic brilliance.

  • All About My Mother

    All About My Mother

    Pedro Almodóvar’s touching, stylish and exhilaratingly bold portrait of a woman’s attempts to come to terms with grief.

  • Still Walking

    Still Walking

    A delicate, sensitive, but sharply insightful study of a family’s enduring grief and anger at the death of a son.

  • Wild Strawberries

    Wild Strawberries

    An ageing academic undertakes an illuminating odyssey – through Southern Sweden and his own past.

  • 35 Shots of Rum

    35 Shots of Rum

    Claire Denis’ wondrously delicate, impressionistic portrait of a father and daughter facing changes in their lives.

  • All That Heaven Allows

    All That Heaven Allows

    Douglas Sirk’s tale of a ‘controversial’ romance is a scathing attack on American conformism and materialism.

January

  • Robin and Marian

    Robin and Marian

    Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn star in a mellow and moving interpretation of the Robin Hood tale.

  • Cutter’s Way

    Cutter’s Way

    A superb noir thriller about an obsessive Vietnam veteran and a perilous murder mystery.

  • Le Silence est d’or

    Le Silence est d’or

    Maurice Chevalier is superb in Clair’s classic comedy of sexual manners.

  • Bright Star

    Bright Star

    The troubled relationship of John Keats and Fanny Brawne is sensitively and imaginatively explored by Jane Campion and a fine cast.

  • Rear Window

    Rear Window

    Hitchcock’s magnificent, multi-layered thriller stars James Stewart and Grace Kelly as a couple investigating a neighbour’s disappearance.

  • Only Angels Have Wings

    Only Angels Have Wings

    Hawks’ evergreen classic about a group of pilots flying perilous missions in the Andes.

  • Thelma and Louise

    Thelma and Louise

    Sarandon and Davis are unforgettable in Ridley Scott’s much-loved buddy-movie.

  • 42nd Street

    42nd Street

    This seminal backstage musical boasts lavish, lurid Busby Berkeley sequences of spectacular, innuendo-laden extravagance.

  • The Big Lebowski

    The Big Lebowski

    Jeff Bridges abides as the Dude in the Coens’ inspired updating of the world of Chandler’s Philip Marlowe.

  • Boyz N the Hood

    Boyz N the Hood

    Singleton’s powerful debut demonstrates the trials and tribulations of growing up in South Central LA in the 80s and 90s.

  • Matewan

    Matewan

    This powerful political drama about a 1920s miners’ strike in West Virginia imaginatively reworks western motifs.

  • The New World

    The New World

    A visually extraordinary reworking of the Pocahontas story, Malick’s masterpiece is a meditation on love, life and paradises lost and found.

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