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Parasite (15)

Parasite

Kim Ki-teak’s family are all unemployed and living in a squalid basement. When his son gets a tutoring job at the lavish home of the Park family, the Kim family’s luck changes. One by one they gradually infiltrate the wealthy Parks’ home, attempting to take over their affluent lifestyle. Winner of the Palme d’Or, Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film, and four Oscars, including Best Picture.


Cast: Kang-Ho Song, Sun-kyun Lee, Yeo-jeong Jo

Director: Bong Joon-ho


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The Public (15)

The Public

An act of civil disobedience turns into a standoff with police when homeless people in Cincinnati take over the public library to seek shelter from the bitter cold.


Cast: Emilio Estevez,  Alec Baldwin, Taylor Schilling,

Director: Emilio Estevez


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Wednesday 26 Feb 202020:30 Book Now

A Streetcar Named Desire (4k Restoration) (15)

A Streetcar Named Desire (4k Restoration)

Disturbed Blanche DuBois moves in with her sister in New Orleans and is tormented by her brutish brother-in-law while her reality crumbles around her.


Cast: Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter

Director: Elia Kazan


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Sunday 23 Feb 202015:00 Book Now

Daniel Isn't Real (15)

Daniel Isn't Real

A very stylish trip to the dark side from the SpectreVision production outfit that brought us last year’s similarly wild audience favourite Mandy. Miles Robbins, so memorable in a small role from last year’s Halloween, plays a troubled youngster whose imaginary friend from childhood – Daniel, played by Patrick Schwarzenegger – returns to raise Hell when he reaches college. The simple scenario opens out into a whole underworld of surprises, complete with ingeniously-staged shocks and some clever special-effects.


Cast: Miles Robbins, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Mary Stuart Masterson

Director:  Adam Egypt Mortimer


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Sunday 23 Feb 202018:00 Book Now

Reclaim the Frame Presents: Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am (12A)

Reclaim the Frame Presents: Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am

This artful and intimate meditation on the legendary storyteller examines her life, her works and the powerful themes she has confronted throughout her literary career.


Following the screening Birds' Eye View will be joined by writer and activist Suriya Aisha plus Khadijah Ibrahiim and Rheima Robinson from Leeds Young Authors, who following the film will be reading their favourite passages from Morrison's famed writings.


Director:  Timothy Greenfield-Sanders


Reclaim The Frame is a mission to bring ever-greater audiences to films by women to widen and enrich cinema’s perspective of the world, run by charity Birds’ Eye View, and backed by the British Film Institute’s Audience Fund.



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Monday 24 Feb 202018:30 Book Now

Just Mercy (12A)

Just Mercy

World-renowned civil rights defense attorney Bryan Stevenson works to free a wrongly condemned death row prisoner.


Cast: Brie Larson, Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx

Director: Destin Daniel Cretton


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Tuesday 25 Feb 202019:30 Book Now

Fando & Lis (18)

Fando & Lis

Fando and his partially paralyzed lover Lis search for the mythical city of Tar. Based on Jodorowsky's memories of a play by surrealist Fernando Arrabal.


Cast: Tamara Garina, Sergio Kleiner, Diana Mariscal

Director: Alejandro Jodorowsky


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Thursday 27 Feb 202017:30 Book Now

The Lighthouse (15)

The Lighthouse

Director Robert Eggers follows up his 2015 folk-horror debut The Witch with another eerie period tale.


Set in the 1890s, the film stars Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson as lighthouse keepers battling the elements, isolation, inner demons and possibly some form of mythical supernatural force during a four-week posting on a rocky Maine island.


Atmospherically shot in black-and-white, this is strange, scary, funny and very much a perfectly-formed world unto itself, making for a unique horror experience.


Cast: Robert Pattinson, Willem Dafoe, Valeriia Karaman

Director: Robert Eggers


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Friday 28 Feb 202019:30 Book Now

Stand By Me (15)

Stand By Me

After the death of one of his friends, a writer recounts a boyhood journey with his friends to find the body of a missing boy.


Cast: Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman

Director: Rob Reiner


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Saturday 29 Feb 202015:00 Book Now

The Lost Boys (4k Restoration) (15)

The Lost Boys (4k Restoration)

After moving to a new town, two brothers discover that the area is a haven for vampires.


Cast: Jason Patric, Corey Haim, Dianne Wiest

Director: Joel Schumacher


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Saturday 29 Feb 202018:00 Book Now

Undocument (15)

Undocument

Undocument bears witness to four journeys of love and loss, immigration and identity across three continents as one cinematic journey.


Cast: Julia Krynke, Nabil Elouahabi, Molly Jones

Director: Kyla Simone Bruce


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Sunday 1 Mar 202018:00 Book Now

Small World Cinema Club Presents: Apostasy (PG)

Small World Cinema Club Presents: Apostasy

As devout Jehovah's Witnesses, sisters Alex and Luisa and their mother, Ivanna, are united in The Truth. Alex looks up to her confident older sister, while striving to follow in Ivanna's footsteps as a 'good Witness'. But when Luisa starts to question the advice of the Elders, she makes a life-altering transgression that threatens to expel her from the congregation. Unless Ivanna and Alex can persuade her to return, they must shun her completely. This challenge becomes more painful when their family is faced with another heartbreaking test of faith.


Written and directed by Daniel Kokotajlo, a former Jehovah's Witness, Apostasy is a remarkable and authentic debut film, providing rare insight into the complex nature of faith, family, duty and love.


"With remarkable poise and control, this intimate and compelling drama manages to explore and expose authoritarian religion without, ironically, being judgemental.” - Nev Pierce, Empire Magazine


Small World Cinema Club celebrates the best independent film from around the world. The titles we screen tend not to be the freshest new releases, but rather a selection of those from the last decade that deserve a second screening. All our profits from ticket sales go to rainforest conservation charity coolearth.org.



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Wednesday 4 Mar 202018:30 Book Now

Everything: The Real Thing Story (15)

Everything: The Real Thing Story

The Real Thing are extremely proud to announce the premiere of their long-awaited movie Everything – The Real Thing Story, directed by Simon Sheridan, and distributed by Screenbound International Pictures.


The ‘other four lads from Liverpool’ tell their story from the tough streets of Toxteth to the bright lights of New York, and international stardom as Britain’s first million-selling soul and funk band.  Against a backdrop of racism and social and political turmoil, The Real Thing were the first all-black British band to hit #1 in the pop charts – with the perennial ‘You To Me Are Everything’ – and as a result became the original black pin-ups for teenage fans in the UK.


Other hits like ‘Can’t Get By Without You’, ‘You’ll Never Know What You’re Missing’ and ‘Can You Feel the Force’ set dancefloors alight, but their proudest moment was composing their anthemic ‘Children of the Ghetto’ – the first ever song to address the plight of black people in the UK, and is now a staple of Mary J Blige’s live stage act.


The band’s massive success has also been tempered with personal tragedy, but for the very first time Eddy, Chris and Dave tell their incredible story of a 45-year-long career. After five decades, they remain the true pioneers of British soul.


Narrated by Game of Thrones actor Jacob Anderson, Everything – The Real Thing Story also stars Billy Ocean, David Essex OBE, Trevor Nelson MBE, Kim Wilde, Paul Barber, Denise Pearson and Louis Emerick.


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Wednesday 11 Mar 202019:00 Book Now