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Big screen classics

The timeless films we urge you to see.

Tickets for these screenings are only £8

December

  • Bicycle Thieves

    Bicycle Thieves

    This landmark of neorealism, about the search for a man’s stolen bike, is a must-see for any cinema fans.

  • Bicycle Thieves + intro by Dr Silvia Angeli, Nottingham Trent University

    Bicycle Thieves + intro by Dr Silvia Angeli, Nottingham Trent University

    This landmark of neorealism, about the search for a man’s stolen bike, is a must-see for any cinema fans.

  • Tokyo Story

    Tokyo Story

    Yasujiro Ozu considers what happens when your children leave home and move on with their lives in this thoughtful classic.

  • The House of Mirth

    The House of Mirth

    Gillian Anderson is superb in this period drama about a woman accused of adultery.

  • All That Heaven Allows

    All That Heaven Allows

    When an upstanding woman falls in love with her gardener it causes a scandal in the neighbourhood.

  • All That Heaven Allows + intro by Geoff Andrew, Programmer-at-large

    All That Heaven Allows + intro by Geoff Andrew, Programmer-at-large

    When an upstanding woman falls in love with her gardener it causes a scandal in the neighbourhood.

  • Citizen Kane

    Citizen Kane

    Orson Welles plays a wealthy man who looks back over his life and wonders if it ever meant anything.

  • The Leopard

    The Leopard

    Don’t miss Luchino Visconti’s lush, stunningly shot period drama on the big screen.

  • Brazil

    Brazil

    Terry Gilliam’s brilliantly imaginative dystopian fable tells the 1984-style story of a man in conflict with the authorities.

  • The Wages of Fear

    The Wages of Fear

    In this nail-biting drama, a group of men take on the risky job of transporting nitroglycerine cross country.

  • Meet Me in St. Louis

    Meet Me in St. Louis

    Judy Garland stars in this tale of a family who are leaving their hometown for pastures new.

  • Barry Lyndon

    Barry Lyndon

    Kubrick’s exquisitely elegant, expertly measured adaptation of Thackeray’s novel about the rise and fall of an ambitious young man.

January



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