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The Rape of Recy Taylor (15)

A harrowing story about the rape of African American Recy Taylor by six white men in 1940s Alabama, and the shocking lack of indictment of the men who confessed to the attack.

17th October 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Ocean's Eight (12A)

With an ensemble cast, this all-female spin-off of Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean's trilogy follows Debbie Ocean as she pulls together a team of experts to rob the Met Gala. With the potential payoff of $150 Million, she soon discovers that every con has its pros.

19th October 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Odyssey Film Club: In The Fade (18)

The story of a woman whose family are murdered by a neo-nazi bombing in the heart of Hamburg. Soundtracked by Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age), this enthralling revenge thriller stars Diane Kruger in a Cannes-winning role.

24th October 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Bring Along Baby: Tully (15)

A matinee screening exclusively for mums, dads and carers with babies under 1 year. Discover the painfully honest depiction of motherhood in one of 2018’s most heartfelt films, Tully.

Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Halloween Special: A Quiet Place (15)

Join Screen25 for our Halloween screening of groundbreaking horror film, A Quiet Place. Following a family living in a dystopian world of isolation, this will leave you anxiously unsettled by the looming threat of attack they face and the constant sound of silence throughout.

31st October 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Man and Beyond + Q&A (PG)

Join us in celebrating World Vegan Day with an exclusive preview of Man and Beyond, a documentary that takes an original look at the ethical implications of eating animal products, and the positive outcome achieved through a plant-based diet.

2nd November 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

The Rider (15)

After a tragic riding incident, young cowboy Brady, once a rising star of the rodeo circuit, is warned that his competition days are over. A visually stunning and landmark film, The Rider searches for what it means to be a man in the heartland of America.

7th November 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Tully (15)

Starring Charlize Theron as Marlon, a mother of three who is gifted a 'night nanny' by her extravagant brother, this fearless and painfully honest depiction of motherhood is one of 2018's most heartfelt and relatable films.

9th November 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Family Film Club: Coco + Sound Effects Workshop (PG)

Celebrate the Day of the Dead with an interactive screening of Disney’s Oscar-winning Coco, including a "foley" workshop where the kids create the sound effects for scenes from the film using percussion and instruments. The kids can then take part in performing during the screening of the film! In partnership with The Cabinet of Living Cinema

10th November 2018, 2pm
Tickets: Adult £5 • Child £5

Apostasy (PG)

What would you do if you had to choose between your faith and your family? Daniel Kokotajilo’s brazen and honest debut lifts the veil on life in a tight-knit community of Jehovah’s Witnesses, told through the eyes of a family entrenched in a crisis of faith.

14th November 2018, 7.45pm 
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. (18)

A revealing documentary that opens a window into the life of refugee, musician and revolutionary’s daughter, MIA. With a trove of video shot by MIA over the course of her life, this raw and subjective record gives a never-before-seen insight into the enigma of one of music’s most controversial artists.

16th November 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

On Note at a Time + Director Q&A (PG)

A multi-award winning documentary that pays homage to the musicians who courageously returned to their hometown of New Orleans after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

21st November 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Leave No Trace (PG)

From the acclaimed writer/director of Winter’s Bone comes a story of father and daughter who’s life of survival in the wild of Oregon’s forest is shattered as they’re forced to assimilate into modern-day society.

23rd November 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Faces Places (12A)

Marking a long-awaited return in the year of her 90th birthday, Faces Places sees iconic filmmaker Agnès Varda forging an unexpected collaboration with photographer JR as they embark on a road trip through a side of France you’ve never seen before.

28th November 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

McQueen (15)

Through exclusive interviews with his closest friends and family, recovered archives, exquisite visuals and music, McQueen is an authentic celebration and thrilling portrait of an inspired yet tortured fashion visionary.

30th November 2018, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari with Live Score (PG)

Screen25 and The Cabinet of Living Cinema join forces to bring you a Winter’s eve double bill of gothic and surrealist cinema. Join us for iconic German horror The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari paired with the living graphic novel Mary Shelley’s Future Shocks, both live scored by The Cabinet of Living Cinema.

9th December 2018, 7pm
Tickets: Standard £12 • Concession £10 • Members £9 • 25 & under £8.50