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December 4 - December 10 2015

Showroom Cinema: Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX. 0114 275 7727.

www.showroomworkstation.org.uk Friday 4 December – Thursday 10 December 2015

NEW RELEASES

THE LESSON (15)

A Bulgarian school teacher struggles against the weight of great debt. As bankruptcy looms, she races against time to find the money to save her house. A gripping, humanistic drama.

FRI 12:15 20:30

SAT 12:15 20:45

SUN 12:15 18:25

MON 12:15 20:30

TUE 12:15 17:55

WED 12:15 17:55

THU 12:00 20:45

SUNSET SONG (15)

Through the coming of age of Chris, the daughter of a Scottish farmer, we see modernity begin to reach a small Scottish community after the war and its ranging effects.

FRI 14:35 17:25 20:15

SAT 14:35 17:25 20:15

SUN 14:35 17:25 20:15

MON 14:35 17:25 20:15

TUE 14:35 17:25 20:15

WED 14:35 17:25 20:15

THU 14:35 17:25 20:15

CONTINUING

BRIDGE OF SPIES (12A)

Steven Spielberg directs Tom Hanks in a dramatic thriller set during the cold war and based on the 1960 U-2 incident.

FRI 14:25 17:20 20:15

SAT 14:25 17:20 20:15

SUN 14:25 17:20 20:15

MON 14:25 17:20 20:15

TUE 12:00 14:55 20:15

WED 12:00 14:55 20:15

THU 14:25 17:20 20:15

BROOKLYN (12A)

A beautiful period drama‑romance set across Ireland and New York in the 1950s. Ellis Lacey is torn between staying close to her Irish roots where a comfortable life is waiting for her or to build herself a new one in Brooklyn.

FRI 13:20 15:45

SAT 11:50

SUN 12:15

MON 13:45

TUE 14:00

WED 13:30

THU 13:00

CAROL (15)

Based on the Patricia Highsmith novel originally named ‘The Price of Salt’, ‘Carol’ is a Stylish drama set in 1950’s New York. The film tells the story of a young girl working in a department store who falls for an older woman. Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara.

FRI 12:45 15:20 17:55 20:30

SAT 15:20 18:00 20:35

SUN 12:45 15:20 18:00 20:40

MON 11:00* 12:45 15:20 18:00 20:35

TUE 12:45 15:20 18:00 20:35

WED 12:45 15:20 18:00 20:35

THU 11:00** 12:45 15:20 18:00 20:35

* Kino Bambino

** Early Doors

THE LADY IN THE VAN (12A)

Based on Alan Bennett’s own experiences, an educated outcast comes to live in a van parked on a residential street and becomes friendly with its residents. Initially intending to only stay for 3 weeks and finding herself still there 15 years later.

FRI 12:10 18:15

SAT 18:25

SUN 12:00 20:45

MON 16:15

TUE 16:30

WED 16:00

THU 15:30

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE WITH ILLUSTRATED TALK (12A)

Saturday 5 December, 14:15

A very special event featuring a screening of the 1962 classic The Manchurian Candidate and an illustrated talk by Adrian Wootton, CEO of Film London, on the life and career of Frank Sinatra.

BOLSHOI – THE LADY OF THE CAMELLIAS

Sunday 6 December, 15:00

A young bourgeois, Armand Duval, falls madly in love with Marguerite Gautier, a gorgeous courtesan celebrated by Parisian high society. Despite her infidelity, Armand will do all he can to win the beautiful woman’s heart.

CARRY GREENHAM HOME (15)

Monday 7 December, 18:45

Velvet fist in iron glove Greenham Common Women’s Peace formed in 1981 to protest the Government’s decision to allow cruise missiles to be based in Berkshire. In April 1983, tens of thousands of women came together to form a 14 mile human chain.

Showing as part of The Time is Now – see it for just £5 with the Now Then Discounts app!

NTL: JANE EYRE (12A)

Tuesday 8 December, 19:00

Almost 170 years on, Charlotte Brontë’s story of the trailblazing Jane is as inspiring as ever. This bold and dynamic production uncovers one woman’s fight for freedom and fulfilment on her own terms.

Showing as part of Stage on Screen

PUSSY RIOT: A PUNK PRAYER

Wednesday 9 December, 18:30

In 2012, three women activists performed a 40 second “punk prayer” inside Russia’s main cathedral. They were arrested on charges of religious hatred and entered a trial that reverberated around the world and transformed the face of Russian society forever.

Showing as part of The Time is Now – see it for just £5 with the Now Then Discounts app!

NTL: OF MICE AND MEN (12A)

Wednesday 9 December, 20:30

Golden Globe® winner and Academy Award® nominee James Franco (127 Hours, Milk) and Tony Award® nominee Chris O’Dowd (Bridesmaids, Girls) star in the highly anticipated screening of this riveting, powerful production.

Showing as part of Stage on Screen

IN THE TURN WITH PANEL DISCUSSION (18)

Thursday 10 December, 18:00

A documentary about a 10 year old transgender girl who finds acceptance and empowerment in the company of a queer roller derby collective. Featuring guest speakers from Sheffield Steel Roller Girls.

Showing as part of The Time is Now – see it for just £5 with the Now Then Discounts app!

YOUNG CINEMA

FROZEN (U)

Saturday 5 December, 12:00 Craft activity, 13:00 Film

An uproarious, big hearted adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson’s The Snow Queen. Two brilliant heroines, a classic sidekick and the accidental outbreak of a never ending Narnia style winter.

Showing as part of Young Cinema

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