Welcome to our Spring Season of films. Now that the evenings are getting lighter why not come and enjoy a film in our unique cinema
Latest 007 outing with Daniel Craig, Christopher Waltz, Ralph Fiennes and Lea Seydoux. A cryptic message from the past sets Bond on the trail of the sinister organisation.
To rediscover his US roots, writer Bill Bryson and his old friend trek along the Appalachian Trail. With Robert Redford as the author, Nick Nolte, the old friend and Emma Thompson, his wife.
Steven Spielberg directs Tom Hanks and Mark Rylance in the true Cold War tale of a lawyer defending a Russian spy to get a swap for the U2 spy plane pilot Gary Powers.
Michael Fassbender as the legendary and troubled Apple chief and his creation of some of the high-tech products that changed our lives. With Kate Winslet.
From Patricia Highsmith’s novel, Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara in the 1950s New York story of a young, aspiring photographer and her relationship with an older woman.
Love, revenge and haute couture. Kate Winslet as Tilly Dunnage who returns to her native Australia in 1951 with a sewing machine and innovative dressmaking ideas.
Matt Damon as an astronaut inadvertently marooned on Mars when a mission goes wrong and he is left to his own ingenuity to contact Earth and survive.
Set in the East End of the 1960s the largely true story of the Kray twins, Ronnie and Reggie, both played excellently by Tom Hardy. There is inevitably some violence - note the 18 certificate.
Imaginative French comedy in which a group of “steampunk” junkyard inventors destroy two weapons manufacturers responsible for the injury of their new friend. With Dany Boon.
French with subtitles
The old team re-assemble for another go at the Dark Side of the Force. Can it really be 39 years since the first one? With Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill. Don’t miss Eddie Izzard’s Death Star Canteen on Youtube.
Alec Guinness, Glynis Johns, Valerie Hobson and Petula Clark in Arnold Bennett tale of a charming and ambitious social climber. Entertaining comedy directed by Ronald Neame. bw
In 1926 a Danish artist, Gerda Wegener, paints her husband as a woman. Eddie Redmayne in a transgender role that develops from this and Alice Vikander. as Gerda, both actors winning Oscars..
Romantic comedy, in the Love Actually tradition, set entirely in Suffolk. An exploration of love in all its guises and compiled by local film-makers including our projectionist Adam Mondon.
When a room becomes the whole world. Surreal and moving story of a kidnapped mother and her child. Oscar winning film with Brie Larson.
Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keating and Stanley Tucci in the true story of a Boston Globe reporter who unmasks the high level long-term cover-up of child abuse in the Catholic Church.
Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel as two old friends – a composer/conducter and film director on holiday in the Alps. Well-acted, engaging and thought provoking film
Entertaining but alarming expose of the US sub-prime mortgage banking disaster that nearly ended the world economy in 2007. With Christain Bale and Brad Pitt. A short is a “gamble” in Wall Street parlance. And the world is still listening to Goldman Sachs & Co!
Toby Jones, Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon, Tom Courtenay, Alison Steadman and Catherine Zeta Jones in the brave and successful resurrection of the classic TV characters. 2016. 100m. PG