Listings: Cinema

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September 4 - September 10 2015

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

www.showroomworkstation.org.uk

Film screening times Friday 4 September – Thursday 10 September 2015

NEW RELEASES

45 YEARS (15)

Kate and Geoff are about to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary, but party plans might be held off when the body of Geoff’s first love is found and preserved in the ice of the Swiss Alps. Can their marriage survive the emotional journey to come?

FRI 16.15 18.30 20.45

SAT 14.00 16.15 18.30 20.45

SUN 14.00 16.15 18.30 20.45

MON 11.00* 14.00 16.15 18.30 20.45

TUE 14.00 16.15 18.30 20.45

WED 13.30 18.30

THU 11.00** 13.30 18.30

*Kino Bambino

**Early Doors

LEGEND (18)

Special Preview Screenings

Tom Hardy plays both Ronald and Reginald Kray, two twin brothers who used London as their criminal playground in the 50s and 60s.

FRI

SAT

SUN

MON

TUE

WED 15:40 20:30

THU 15:40 20:30

ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL (12A)

An awkward high schooler wants to keep under the radar whilst remaking versions of classic films with his best friend Earl. His life changes when his mum insists that he befriend a lonely girl who has been diagnosed with leukaemia.

FRI 16.00 18.25 20.45

SAT 13.40 16.00 18.25 20.45

SUN 13.40 16.00 18.25 20.45

MON 13.00 15.20 17.45 20.45

TUE 13.40 16.00 18.25 20.45

WED 13.35 15.55 18.20 20.40

THU 17.30 20.45

RICKI AND THE FLASH (12A)

Meryl Streep straps on the guitar and dons a leather jacket becoming Ricki, a woman that gave up everything to live her rock n roll dream. Ricki returns home now though, in a hope to make peace with her family.

FRI 16.00 18.20 20.40

SAT 13.45 16.00 18.20 20.40

SUN 13.45 16.00 18.20 20.40

MON 13.45 16.00 18.20 20.40

TUE 13.45 16.00 18.20 20.40

WED 13.10 15.25 17.40 20.40

THU 18.20 20.40

CONTINUING

AMY (15)

From the director of Senna, Amy is a documentary based on the life of acclaimed musical artist Amy Winehouse. It provides us with a glimpse into the singer’s life and ultimate downward spiral into drugs and alcoholism.

FRI

SAT

SUN

MON 12:30

TUE 15:05

WED

THU

STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON (15)

Set in 1987, the story of a group of young men who have become disillusioned with life and use rap music to try and change their lives and spread a message.

FRI 16:50 20:00

SAT 16:50 20:00

SUN 12:15 20:00

MON 15:15 20:00

TUE 12:00 20:10

WED 17:30

THU 20:00

THE WOLFPACK (15)

Kept away from society and sheltered in their Manhattan apartment the Agulo brothers long to experience the outside world.

FRI

SAT 12:00

SUN 18:00

MON 12:00

TUE 12:00

WED

THU

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

TOUCH OF EVIL (12A)

Sunday 6 September, 15:30

Tuesday 8 September, 17:45

Set on the Mexican border and with one of the most recognisable opening scenes in cinematic history, it tells the story of Mike Vargas (Charlton Heston) who takes on the case of a mysterious car explosion. Along the way he deals with a local Police Captain (Orson Welles) and uncovers a tale of corruption and deceit.

Showing as part of Orson Welles Centenary and Eye Openers

PROVINCIAL ACTORS

(Aktorzy prowincjonalni)

Monday 7 September, 18:30

The story of a trendy young theatre director attempting a politically controversial reinterpretation of a well-known Polish play provides both an allegorical study of cultural interference and a lacerating portrait of a withering marriage.

Showing as part of Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema and Eye Openers

HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD + Q&A

Wednesday 9 September, 20:00

In 1971 a brave group of young activists set sail from Vancouver in an old fishing boat. Their mission: to stop Nixon’s atomic bomb tests. It was from these humble but courageous beginnings that Greenpeace was born.

Followed by Q&A with Mariella Fostrup, Vivienne Westwood and director Jerry Rothwell

ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD + Q&A (18)

Thursday 10 September, 18:15

Former West Bank settler Lia Tarachansky looks at Israelis’ collective amnesia of the fateful events of 1948 when the state of Israel was born and most of the Palestinians became refugees. She follows the transformation of Israeli veterans trying uncover their denial of the war that changed the region forever.

Followed by Filmmaker Q&A

YOUNG CINEMA

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG (U)

Saturday 5 September, 12:00 craft activity, film at 13:00

Hop aboard toot sweet for a truly scrumptious adventure that will fly you up to a faraway land where the sky’s the limit!

Showing as part of Saturday Club

 

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