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The new live-action adaptation of Disney’s classic Cinderella is a visually-dazzling spectacle for a whole new generation.
Based on a true story, this comedy from the director of Kinky Boots follows the young Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret as they celebrate VE Day icognito on the streets of London.
Jim Parsons and Rihanna lend their voices to this animated feature about a lonely alien who goes on an unlikely road trip with a girl who is trying to find her mother.
Starring Tom Hardy as secret police agent Leo Demidov who uncovers evidence of a serial killer in this gripping thriller set in a Soviet Russia ruled by paranoia and fear.
Filmed at the Musée du Luxembourg Paris, National Gallery London and Philadelphia Museum of Art, this film focuses on the great Impressionists of history.
In this update of the 1930s comic strip, Flash Gordon struggles to save the world from the Emperor Ming the Merciless.
The ultimate team of superheroes must reassemble when an experiment in artificial intelligence threatens to destroy Earth.
Ridley Scott’s sci-fi masterpiece and undoubtedly one of the most influential sci-fi movies of all time starring Harrison Ford.
This documentary feature offers a powerful insight into Kurt Cobain, using art, music, home movies and interviews to tell his story.
This masterful thriller follows a disfigured Auschwitz survivor as she searches ravaged post-war Berlin for the husband who might have betrayed her to the Nazis.
A second chance to see the new adaptation of the romantic classic.
Juliette Binoche stars as a veteran actress who comes face-to-face with an uncomfortable reflection of herself when she agrees to take part in a revival of the play that launched her career 20 years earlier.
n inspirational British underdog tale in the vein of Pride and Billy Elliot, Dark Horse is a triumphant celebration of a working-class Welsh community and the horse they bred for glory.
One of the most successful screen musicals of all time, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s beloved tale is presented here in a gorgeous new digital restoration to mark its 50th anniversary.
Desiree Akhavan directs and stars in this New York comedy as Shirin, a young woman struggling to become all of her identities: an ideal Persian daughter, politically correct bisexual and
hip young Brooklynite.
To celebrate the release of the film adaptation of London Road, the National Theatre presents an unmissable premiere event live from London that will feature an exclusive Q&A following the screening with the key cast and crew.
The Oscar-nominated Argentinian black comedy consists of six stories linked by common themes of vengeance and violence.
In this twisting thriller, a woman who has recently lost her sight retreats to the safety of her home, and enters her own internal world where the lines between fantasy and reality are blurred.
Adaline is a woman born in the late 1890s who is rendered ageless after a tragic accident. After years of solitude she falls for a young man who could change her life forever.
Jon Stewart’s directorial debut tells the true story of journalist Maziar Bahari who was detained by Iranian forces under suspicion that he was a spy.
Presented in association with The University Of Northampton, the classic musical starring and directed by Gene Kelly.
Joshua Oppenheimer’s powerful companion piece to his Oscar-nominated 2012 documentary The Act Of Killing.
A documentary that reveals how the unlikely partnership between aspiring filmmakers Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert produced one of the greatest rock bands in history: The Who.
In this award-winning drama, a young girl changes her name, her dress code, and quits school to be accepted in a gang of free-spirited girls, hoping that this will be a way to freedom.
Master Swedish director Roy Andersson takes up the theme of ‘being a human being’ with this meticulously crafted, dreamlike black comedy.
John Boorman’s hilarious follow-up to his 1987 Oscar-nominated comedy Hope And Glory.
Dr Frankenstein tempts fate by creating a companion for his monster (Boris Karloff) in this 1935 horror classic.
Michael Fassbender stars a a laconic gunslinger journeying across the American Frontier in search of the woman he loves.
This profound documentary explores the life of songwriter and musician Elliott Smith through a visual journey of images, songs and exclusive interviews before his tragic death in 2003 aged 34.
This 1984 cult classic stars Prince as a young singer on the rise to stardom, featuring hits When Doves Cry, Let’s Go Crazy and the titular Purple Rain.
A special preview screening of Asif Kapadia’s documentary telling the incredible story of six-time Grammy-winner Amy Winehouse. Our contribution to the Northampton Music Festival.
A Young investigating magistrate arrives in Marseille with his wife and children to find a city riddled with organised crime.
Nominated for Best Foreign Language film at this year’s Oscars, this haunting French-Mauritanian drama is set in the early days of the jihadist takeover of Mali in 2012.
In a new twist on the Sherlock Holmes story set in 1947, Ian Mckellen plays the aging detective as he revisits the unsolved case that forced him into retirement.
Complementing our screenings of Mr Holmes we screen the 1979 classic starring Christopher Plummer.
Live broadcast of the Grateful Dead concert from Soldier Field, Chicago.
BAFTA winner Chiwetel Ejiofor takes the title role in this dynamic new production of one of English drama’s oldest plays, directed by Rufus Norris.
RSC live presents its new production of Shakespeare’s Othello with Hugh Quarshie returning to the company in the title role.
Benedict Cumberbatch takes on the title role of Shakespeare’s great tragedy in the National Theatre’s new production.
Gregory Doran directs the Royal Shakespeare Company’s adaptation of Henry V, starring Alex Hassell.