Programme Notes

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Dunkirk marks a decisive new phase in Nolan's filmography, Marc David Jacobs discusses why.

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The Midwife

Sophie Tupholme explores the themes in the latest film from Martin Provost

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CineMasters: Sofia Coppola

“I just feel like I have a feminine point of view and I’m happy to put that out there. We certainly have enough masculine ones.”

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My Cousin Rachel

Fiona Barnett discusses the new adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's novel.

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My Life As a Courgette

'Animation, at its best, is a medium that can use drawings, or stop motion, or computer generated-images, to create unforgettable images.'

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The Other Side of Hope

Aki Kaurismäki never does things conventionally. Nathanael Smith looks at his latest feature, The Other Side of Hope.

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CineMasters: Fassbinder Programme Note

Dr Martin Brady discusses the work and influences of one of the most prolific and important directors in the Federal Republic of Germany

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Frantz Programme Note

Exploring François Ozon’s repeated and remarkably consistent motifs in Frantz

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Nothing Up Their Sleeves - The Handmaiden

With a story revolving around the intricacies of the long con, it seems appropriate that few films readily evade precise classification in the way that The Handmaiden does.

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CineMasters: David Lynch Programme Note

‘In a sense all film is entering into someone else's dreams. Maybe we can even share the same dreams, exchange the same experiences.’

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The Salesman Programme Note

The Salesman asks its audience a queasy question, one with no easy answers: what would you do?

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Elle programme note

Elle is one of the year's most provocative and challenging films. Sean Welsh provides some context, with perspectives on the film from cast, crew and critics.

All Monday to Friday shows before 5pm have capacity capped at 50% (unless otherwise stated). All other screenings have full unlimited seating capacity (unless otherwise stated).

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