Forthcoming films at Aldeburgh Cinema
In Walmington-on-Sea, Captain Mainwaring’s Home Guard suffers from low morale. This is until a glamorous journalist arrives, to report on the platoon’s exploits...
Renoir – Revered and Reviled From the Barnes Foundation
Tuesday 16 Feb 2016 at 7:30pm
A new examination of one of the world’s most influential artists, instrumental in creating the Impressionist movement before totally rejecting it – with extraordinary results. The Barnes Collection in Philadelphia has more Renoirs than any other gallery in the world and it’s there that the search begins to tell the story of this remarkable artist.
Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie
Fri 19 & Sat 20 Feb at 3:00pm
Lovingly co-scripted by his son Craig and grandson Bryan, Charles M. Schulz’s endearing cartoon characters’ adventures are brought to the big screen in a well-balanced blend of nostalgia and state-of-the-art 3D animation by director Steve Martino (Ice Age: Continental Drift).corrective feathered friend, Woodstock.
Fri 19 to Tue 23 Feb at 7:30pm, Wed 24 Feb at 3:00pm
Sorrentino follows his Oscar-winning The Great Beauty with an equally lush meditation on life, love and loss. Caine stars as a mysterious, curmudgeonly retired composer residing at a Swiss spa in this beguiling film.
Iconic Stories Retold in 5 Minutes
Saturday 13 February 12noon & Sunday 14 February 2016 12noon
Short Film Competition Premiere & Award Ceremony ● Premiere and Awards Ceremony at Aldeburgh Cinema MAIN THEATRE Saturday 13 February 12noon – FREE ENTRY! ● Repeat screening at Aldeburgh Cinema STUDIO Sunday 14 February 2016 12noon – FREE ENTRY!
Sat 13 Feb 2016 at 2.00pm
With Special Guest, car racing champion MARAH ZAHALQA! The world’s first all-female racing team from Palestine. Classy, sassy, funny, memorable film that proved incredibly inspirational for young people at its Aldeburgh Documentary Festival Premiere screening.
The Big Knights
Sat 13 Feb at 2.00pm
In the far off land of Borovia, where dragons are fierce, witches are wicked, scientists are insane, the economy is bad and television is in black & white, stands Castle Big: home of The Big Knights.
East Anglian Student Film Festival Short Film Programme
Sat 13 Feb at 4.00pm and Sun 14 Feb at 2.00pm
Held annually since 2012, the East Anglian Student Film Festival creates opportunities for students to learn from one another and from talented industry professionals.
Shorts for Middle Ones
Sun 14 Feb at 12.00pm
With their distinctive glances at the world (and solar system) in which we live, this diverse collection of short films will excite and inspire those aged 8 and older.
Sun 14 Feb at 2.00pm
We visit the Kaltenbach riding stables and feisty German teenager Mika Schwarz and her trusty stable-dwelling companion Windstorm for a well-told tale of teenagers struggling to find their way in the contemporary world.
Antboy: Revenge of the Red Fury
Sun 14 Feb at 4.00pm
Extremely smart and funny take on the ‘superhero’ genre. Bitten by a mutant ant, 13-year old Pelle gains superpowers (including acidic pee which isn’t always all that useful …) but begins to struggle to have a normal teenage life.
The Aldeburgh and Suffolk Coastal Young People’s Film Festival – February 2016
5th – 19th February.
The Aldeburgh Cinema Trust has initiated and organised the first Aldeburgh and Suffolk Coastal Young People’s Film Festival as part of an ongoing project to develop the provision of high quality film and creative activity offers for children, young people and their families in the Suffolk Coastal area.
Jonas Kaufmann: An evening with Puccini
Wed 24 Feb at 7.30pm
On 14 Jun 2015 German tenor Jonas Kaufmann walked onto the stage at La Scala Milan, the home of Italian opera, for one of the most highly anticipated performances of the year.